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The Application Method of System Safety Analysis Technique (시스템 안전 분석기법 활용방안에 대한 연구)

  • 김병석;임재동
    • Journal of the Korea Safety Management and Science
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    • v.2 no.3
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    • pp.1-11
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    • 2000
  • Avoiding the industrial accidents is one of the goals in manufacturing industries from the top manager to the foremen. Therefore all the companies try to prevent occupational accidents using system safety programs in order to increase the productivity. Korean industries have been tended to depend upon historical information to control risks. The other hand, foreign industries have identified risk factors using system safety techniques to predict future risks. This study presents the method to apply the foreign industries risk control technique to the Korean industries.

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The technology development process in Korean display industry - In the case of TFT - LCD Top Chassis - (한국 디스플레이산업의 기술개발과정에 관한 연구)

  • 류태수
    • Proceedings of the Technology Innovation Conference
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    • pp.82-92
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    • 1999
  • In case of Korea, the entire volume of TFT-LCD Top Chassis was previously imported from Japan. However, Se-jong Hitech in Korea has successfully introduced the mass production system using domestic technology, and even in terms of quality, cost and the delivery timing, the production capability of Korea now becomes superior to that of Japan. Se-jong Hitech has grown to be the most competitive one in the domestic market in Korea, and the current market share of the firm was turned out to be more than 70%. There reasons for the success of Se-jong Hitech might be the effort for fully credible relationship with the large corporations, the effective use of catch-up strategy, the core competence and the manager's business midset, etc.

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Comparative Study on Head Nurses간 Role Perception to own Role and Staff Nurses간 Role Expectation to their Head Nurse between University Hospitals and General Hospitals (수간호사의 역할인식과 간호사의 수간호사에 대한 역할기대 연구(대학부속병원과 일반종합병원의 비교))

  • 이숙현
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.281-299
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    • 1990
  • The organization of nursing department Significantly effects the hospital management. Especially, The head nurse is one of the most important position because head nurse is a first-line manager in the hospital level, a middle manager in nursing service organizations level and the top manager in each nursing unit level. This study was attempted to show the ideal model and nile by compare head nurses' role perception with staff nurses' role expectation according to two types of hospital. The survey was conducted among 94 head nurses and 233 staff nurses who are working at 5 different University Hospitals over 600 beds and 93 head nurses and 218 staff nurses Who are working at 12 different General Hospitals between 100∼300 beds in Seoul. The data was collected in a period from 8th September to 13th October in 1989 and the instrument used for this study was based on Han's one and reffered back to many literary sources and revised. The collected data was analysed by computer using S.P.S.S. program as a Mean, Percentage, Cronbach's alpha, Chi-Square, t-test and ANOVA. 1. The study was compared to the difference of the two subject group's general characteristics according to a type of hospital. As a relult, there were significant differences in age, educational background and career. 2. This Study was compared to the difference of the two subject group's role perception and role expection about each question according to a type of hospital. The result of this comparisons as follows : First, These were the most important issue between both groups : “Head nurse has to know about her staff's events and problems and then help them to solve that promptly.” Second, These were the least important issue between both groups : “Head nurse has an interview with patient's family and visitors”, “Head nurse is interested in her staff's privacy.” 3. This study was compared to the differences of each role areas according to a type of hospital. As a result, there were no significant differences both two subject groups except nursing manager role in staff nurses' group(t=-2.893, df=449.0, p=0.004). 4. This study was tested to the difference of the two subject groups according to general characteristics. As a result, All of that there were no significant differences.

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From JIT to the introduction of a CIM supported by human based systems

  • Nezu, Kazuo
    • 제어로봇시스템학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.1246-1249
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    • 1990
  • Japanese manufacturers have seen the market swing from a sellers' market to a buyers' market by dint of changes in the economic environment. Therefore, they have found the need to establish a production system in which products can be manufactured at the speed at which they are being sold and which achieve a competitive advantage. FA activity in Japan today has begun to change from local automation to totally integrated automation. This paper introduces a bottom to top based JIT-FA system and describes how to approach and introduce a CIM supported by human based systems. A fully automated CIM system is not only flexible but also rigid. However we can realize a flexible production line system by partially introducing human based systems including a decision support system.

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An achievement analysis on information technology adoption-in case of comparison two pharmaceutical companies- (정보기술 활용 성과 분석-B제약회사의 사례를 중심으로-)

  • 한계섭;정진우
    • Proceedings of the Korea Association of Information Systems Conference
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    • pp.283-295
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    • 1997
  • Comparing two pharmaceutical companies which one is adopted a leading-edge information technology for years but the other is still operated by the traditional business styles. This study presented the power of the importance of information technology for improving business foundation for improving business foundation and the top manager have to control the resources of information technology more efficiently for rapid enterprise growth. Information technology adoptions should be considered as an assessing models which could performance the effects of user satisfaction productivity, performance and concentration on the job. The study results revealed that positive attitude toward usage and perceived behavioral control on information technology and helped more other than specific elements in the business. All the outcomes positively related to attitudes toward usage of information technology and its devices.

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An effective approach for the attainment of Environmental Management System certification (환경경영시스템 인증을 위한 효율적 추진방안)

  • 박노국;이성호;황정희
    • Proceedings of the Safety Management and Science Conference
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    • pp.315-321
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    • 2003
  • Under WTO we are confronted with the upcoming of the infinite competition and the opening of education market. In order to meet such new changes, more and more university in education industry participate in the certification of ISO 14000. This paper presents an effective approach to obtain the ISO 14001 environmental management system, summarized as follows: First, the top manager should understand the environmental problems and motivate all personnels. Second, a systematized environmental management system should be constructed in accord with actual circumstances of firms, and should be improved continuously by means of effective operation, internal audit and management review. Third, an environmental policy should be published, the environmental programs should be established following an environmental objective, target and they should be monitored regularly.

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An evaluation of safety organization by analytic hierarchy model (계층분석모형에 의한 안전조직의 평가)

  • 이상도;이병근
    • Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.47-54
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    • 1990
  • These are preisely the controlling foators that we must deal with and measure in order to get relatistic answers. We must stop making simplifying assumptions to suit our quqntitative models man deal with complex situations. To be relistic our models must include and measure all important tangible and intangible, quantitatively measureable, and qualitative factors. This is precisely what we do with the analytic hierarchy process (AHP). In this paper, the statistics of industrial accidents are classified with its causes, and safety organization in D heavy industry company be evaluated by Analytic hierarchy model. The influence weight of level of safety organization can be ordered supervisor (0.364), operator (3.10), top manager (0.232) and executive (o.164) by AHP.

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A study on the operation of effective internal audit for business continuity management system (지속가능경영체제를 지원하는 내부감사의 효과적 운영에 관한 연구)

  • Syn, Dong-Sig;Kang, Kyung-Sik
    • Proceedings of the Safety Management and Science Conference
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    • pp.373-385
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    • 2009
  • In business aspects, the corporate usually confronted with various risks. such as the management problems of the quality, the environment, the safety & health, the ethics, and the social responsibility. Overall monitoring of these aspects is required to the top manager ceaselessly. In the past ways, for these problems, the government has been controlled the corporate to keep them. But nowadays, the needs of self management of these topics is rising up for the business continuity especially to the multi-national corporate. To prove their soundness they issued the management status report periodically. Internal audit will works not only the self confirming tool but also the best supporting tool for the policy managements in such circumstances. So, an effective internal audit will lead the business continuity management to the future.

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A Performance Evaluation Model for TMN EMS with ATM Switching Systems (ATM교환기 TMN EMS의 성능 분석 모델)

  • 강병도;김태완;이길행;우왕돈
    • Journal of the Korea Industrial Information Systems Research
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    • v.4 no.3
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    • pp.44-51
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    • 1999
  • This paper presents the queuing model for evaluating the performance of TMN EMS with ATM switching systems. TMS for managing ATM switching systems has a hierarchical structure that consists of managers at the top level, agents at the middle, and ATM switching systems at bottom. A manager communicates with several agents, and an agent manages an ATM switching system We define a queuing model in order to predict the capacity and performance for managers in EMS. By evaluating the queuing model, we can predict the average service time and capacity of EMS.

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A Case Study on the Innovation of CMS in the public enterprise (공기업의 컨텐츠관리시스템(CMS) 혁신 사례에 관한 연구)

  • Hong, Han-Guk;Park, Ji-Yeong
    • Journal of Korea Technology Innovation Society
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.154-182
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    • 2005
  • Many government agents are willing to provide better service to citizen via information technologies. This is called e-Government, and it needs a CMS to manage numerous contents. However, a CMS doesn't manage contents from the viewpoint of quality. In this research, the QCMS the system to manage contents by using information resource registry, is proposed. Information resource registry includes a flow chart and four matrices. Behavioral patterns of organizations and contents can be got from information resource registry. It makes a top manager understand the state of the business and make proper strategic decisions. The strategies can improve the business. Through the case of a public enterprise, we examine how the QCMS works and makes strategies from behavioral patterns of organizations and contents.

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