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6 Overall, the public’s perception of crime shows that 9 out of 10 citizens feel unsafe in Mexico City. More than half of the population believes that crime has affected their quality of life; for example, Table 2 shows that one in two citizens gave up wearing jewellery, going out at night and taking cash with them. 1 THE MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT RISK TREE (MORT) Overview of the MORT method The Management Oversight and Risk Tree (MORT) is an analytical procedure for determining causes and contributing factors (NRI-1 2002).

To achieve this we will use the BABIECA Simulation Engine to calculate the time evolution state of the plant. Finally we will model the influence of human operator actions by means of SIMPROC. We have modeled the operators influence over the plant state as a separate module to emphasize the significance of operator actions in the final state of the plant. It is possible to plug or unplug SIMPROC to consider the operator influence over the simulation state of the plant in order to compare end states in both cases.

Some preliminary conclusions have been highlighted. However, it should be pointed out that some of the branches of the Tree were not relevant or difficult to interpret in the present case; for example: ‘‘SD2Operational readiness LTA’’, ‘‘SD3-Inspection LTA’’, ‘‘SD4-Maintenance LTA’’, etc. It may be argued that these branches are designed to identify weaknesses in a socio-technical system; however it may be the case that they are not suitable for the case of a human activity system; such as crime.

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