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A Study on the development of the safety work manual of a small construction site that takes advantage of the risk assessment methods (위험성평가 기법을 활용한 소규모 건설현장 안전작업메뉴얼 개발에 관한 고찰)

  • Park, Jun Ho;Park, Hai Chun;Lee, Kyoung Hun
    • Proceedings of the Safety Management and Science Conference
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    • pp.301-310
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    • 2013
  • This study compared the disasters in construction field under construction amount of 300,000,000 won and the whole construction fields in order to improve the efficacy of various industrial safety and health policies and services and examined the characteristics of disasters in construction field under 300,000,000 won. It also examined, compared and analyzed the characteristics of disaster in construction field under construction amount of 300,000,000 won that disaster prevention technical experts saw. The subjects of comparison were selected with statistical data of disaster for 2011 and those of disaster in construction field under construction amount of 300,000,000 won from January to August of 2012. And questionnaire was conducted with technical instruction experts of small-sized construction field and priority was drawn, compared and analyzed with AHP. Consequently, the results of different views between actual disaster data and experts' views were obtained. Therefore, this study suggested the characteristics of disaster in construction field under construction amount of 300,000,000 won and presented the methods for improving disaster prevention technical experts.

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Basic Research for Preparation of a Disabled-Inclusive Public Disaster Management System (장애포괄적 재난관리체계 마련을 위한 기초 연구)

  • Kim, Soungwan;Roh, Sungmin
    • 재활복지
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.1-22
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    • 2016
  • This research aimed to examine the problems in a current national emergency management system that does not consider the disabled in the face of manmade catastrophes and natural disasters, and to conduct an expert opinion survey to explore the direction of disabled-inclusive public disaster management system. As a result of the analysis, the respondents of the survey revealed a need for a designated government department for disaster management systems for the disabled and the experts preferred the Ministry of Public Safety and Security (50%) than the Ministry of Health and Welfare (37.5%). However, 12.5% of the surveyed experts perceived cooperation between the two Ministries, rather than selecting a certain ministry, as necessary to establish a disaster management system for the disabled. Additionally, the experts recognized the response period (43.8%) of the disaster management life cycle to be the most important phase. Thus, at the disaster response period, the experts suggested utilizing an emergency alarm system to effectively rescue the disabled in the face of disaster. Based on this discussion, the paper explores ways to establish a disabled-inclusive public disaster management system.

A study on improvements of disaster management with public-private partnerships (재난관리 민관협력 개선방안 연구)

  • Yoo, Soonduck
    • The Journal of the Institute of Internet, Broadcasting and Communication
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.171-180
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this research is to study how efficiently corporate public-private partnerships in disaster management is. The research method involved interviewing fifteen experts in disaster management, who were questioned about assisting disaster-stricken areas in accordance with public-private partnerships. These experts offered the following suggestions for improving disaster management methodology. First, to overcome the lack systematic management in the public-private partnerships for disaster relief to expand and strengthen the role of civil organizations. Second, disaster managers and private organizations should have active communication along secure channels so that private organizations can take advantage of the talents that public and private entities own. Third, for civilian experts to share their information, which should be actively utilized to support disaster management in local government. Fourth, education and training for public-private partnerships should be made on an ongoing basis. Fifth, effective disaster management and recognition of public-private cooperation should be strengthened. Finally, private sector support should be made. This study was applied to the Delphi method and that improvements can be made to a variety of populations, such as questionnaires. The results of this study will contribute to the policy options for establishing public-private partnerships in disaster management.

A Study on Curriculum Development for Disaster Management by DACUM Technique and Expert Committee (DACUM 기법과 전문가회의를 통한 방재분야 교육과정 개발에 관한 연구)

  • Min, Geum-Young;Jeong, Duk-Hoon;Shim, Hyoung-Seop
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Hazard Mitigation
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    • v.11 no.3
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    • pp.63-73
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    • 2011
  • The purpose of this study was to suggest the education and training program for disaster management by comparison between DACUM technique applied curriculum and curriculum by expert committee, and curriculum development. First, DACUM technique applied curriculum development. Job Classification of Disaster management was consisted of four jobs - mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery - by three times discussions of expert panels. Job analysis and curriculum development were performed by the DACUM panels who consisted of three subject-matter experts and one educational expert on each field. Curriculum developed mitigation was nine courses, preparedness was twelve courses, response was seven courses, and recovery was four courses. Second, Expert committee developed curriculum. Expert committee consisted of five experts and three educational expert. Expert committee was held four times. Curriculum developed thirty five courses. Then disaster management curriculum determined by discussion of experts. disaster management curriculum considered (1)mitigation and preparedness was thirty one courses, (2)response and recovery was fourteen courses, (3)man-made was six courses, (4)manager level was four courses.

Core competency and educational needs of paramedic students in disaster management (응급구조(학)과 학생들의 재난관리 핵심역량과 재난교육 요구도)

  • Park, So-Mi;Choi, Eun-Sook
    • The Korean Journal of Emergency Medical Services
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    • v.24 no.3
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    • pp.65-78
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    • 2020
  • Purpose: The purpose of the study was to investigate the core competency and educational needs of paramedic students in disaster management. Methods: A self-reported questionnaire was completed by 207 paramedic students between June 1 and October 29, 2017. The study instrument included disaster preparedness (15 items), disaster management core competency (26 items), disaster education needs (26 items). Data were analyzed using t-test, ANOVA, and Duncan's multiple range test using IBM SPSS 24.0. Results: The students reported that only 13% had experienced or witnessed disasters; however, 95.2% would be willing to help in the event of a disaster. Their disaster preparedness was 1.84 points on a 3-point scale. We did see differences in disaster preparedness by background: hospital practice (F=5.352, p=.001); fire-fighting practice (F=8.994, p=.000). The students had a core competency of disaster management at 3.25 points on a 5-point scale with differences depending on major satisfaction (F=3.760, p=.006). The level of student demands for disaster education was 4.29 points. Conclusion: If variety of educational environments are provided for disaster-related learning and training, the core competency of disaster management for paramedic students will improve. The students will be available as disaster management experts in various fields, even after graduation.

A Curriculum Development on the Disaster Management (재해관리에 대한 교육과정 개발)

  • 강윤숙;이옥철;이계복
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
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    • v.28 no.1
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    • pp.210-220
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    • 1998
  • The various and serious types of disaster occur everyday and everywhere on the earth. There is no doubt that it is very timely to discuss about the effectiveness and preparedness of disaster. The purpose of this study is to develop a curriculum on the disaster management through reviewing disaster concepts and the disaster management system. For the empirical relevance of the study, researchers participated in a couple or more disaster training program, reviewed references, and consulted to the experts working on action parts in the area. As a result, the 'Integrated Disaster Management System Model (IDMSM)' was designed, in which four dimensions were explained. Then the 'Disaster Curriculum Model (DCM)' was explored with its theoretical framework based on the system model. The developed curriculum is composed of four levels ; the introductory course, the fundamental course, the advanced course, and the expert course. From this DCM, basically the course-outlines of two subjects in the introductory course, 18 subjects in the fundamental course (5 of direct services. 13 of indirect services) were developed. Also each course-outline was explored by its course objective, learning objectives, contents, and its length. Finally to make the most of the results, suggestions are proposed. The governmental considerations on the policy should support the systematic and integrated educational program to practice, appointing 「Disaster School」 or 「Disaster Training Center」 of relevance and accountabilities. The further study should explore the higher levels of the DCM through interdisciplinary efforts, and develop the text aterials. ilities. The further study should explore the higher levels of the DCM through interdisciplinary efforts, and develop the text materials.

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Development of a Facet Classification System for Integrated Management and Shared Use of Disaster and Safety Information (재난안전정보의 통합관리 및 공동활용을 위한 패싯 분류체계 개발)

  • Lim, Ji-Hoon;Park, Tae-Yeon;Kim, Soojung
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.48 no.4
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    • pp.375-399
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    • 2017
  • This study aims to suggest a classification system for integrated management and shared use of disaster and safety information, which is currently produced and managed separately in disaster-related organizations. The study conducted a survey with organizations in charge of disaster management to analyze existing disaster-related classification systems and developed the first draft of the classification system. Later, in-depth interviews were conducted with disaster experts and a review was made by library and information science professors for the final touch. As a facet classification system consisting of 7 facets, it will be effective in supporting disaster management tasks as well as representing the complex nature of disaster and safety information.

Study on Design for Training Contents about Disaster Management - Design for Training Courses and Subjects Focus on Disaster Field Preparedness and Response - (방재부문 교육 컨텐츠 설계에 관한 연구 - 현장대비 및 대응 중심의 교육과정, 과목 설계 -)

  • Lee, Yong Jae;Nam, Sang Hoon;Lee, Young Jai
    • Journal of Korean Society of Disaster and Security
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    • v.5 no.2
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    • pp.11-20
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    • 2012
  • Recently, inflicted damage for people's life and property from occurred major disaster that landslide by localized downpour and hydrofluoric acid leak from the Gumi. However public needs about safe society is more increasing from disaster because response is unsatisfactory on that. The purpose of this paper is that establish the core foundation for the education contents system of disaster management through cultivating expert. Therefore first, designed the training of course and subject by demand forecast. Next, designed the training course focus on preparedness and response at on-scene.

Development of Core Module and Web System for a Visualization Platform for the 3D GIS Service of Disaster Information using Unity (재난정보 3차원 GIS 서비스를 위한 Unity 기반 시각화 플랫폼 핵심모듈 개발 및 웹 시스템 구축)

  • Gang, Su Myung;Ryu, Dong Ha;Kim, Tae Su;Park, Hyeon Cheol;Kim, Jin Man;Choung, Yun Jae
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.520-532
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    • 2017
  • Large-scale natural disasters such as typhoon and localized torrential downpour cause widespread human and property damages. Recently, management systems using GIS are being developed to manage such disasters from various angles. Integrated disaster management encompasses diverse areas such as prediction through the computation of disaster information and field support for response. The development of disaster information systems must also consider the installation of various computation modules. Furthermore, GIS is generally included for realistic description of the field situation and for spatial operations. This study aims to develop the core module of a visualization platform for the 3D GIS services of integrated disaster information using Unity engine This system will enable integrated disaster management from various angles, encompassing disaster prevention experts, field support personnel, and citizens.

A study on data standardization and utilization for disaster and safety management in educational facilities (교육시설 재난안전관리를 위한 데이터 표준화 및 활용방안 연구)

  • Kang, Seong-Kyung;Lee, Young-Jai
    • The Journal of Information Systems
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    • v.27 no.2
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    • pp.175-196
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    • 2018
  • Purpose The purpose of this study is to identify problems of current educational facility data management and recommend a standardized terminology classification system as a solution. In addition, the research aims to present a preemptive and integrated disaster and safety management framework for educational facilities by seeking efficient business processes through secured data quality, systematic data management, and external data linkage and analysis. Design/methodology/approach A terminology classification system has been established through various processes including filtering and analysis of related data including laws, manuals, educational facilities accidents, and historical records. Furthermore, the terminology classification system has been further reviewed through several consultations with experts and practitioners. In addition, the accumulated data was refined according to the established standard terminology and an Excel database was developed. Based on the data, accident patterns occurred in educational facilities over the past 10 years were analyzed. Findings In the study, a template was developed to collect consistent data for the standardized disaster and safety management terminology classification system in educational facilities. In addition, the standardized data utilization methods are presented from the viewpoint of 'education facility disaster safety data management', 'data analysis and insight', 'business management through data', and 'leaping into big data management'.