Basis of research and information model of fire safety management for territorial entity (for the Republic of Tyva)Journal: Pozharovzryvobezopastnost/Fire and Explosion Safety (Vol.26, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2017-04-25
Authors : Eremina T. Yu. Nazarov A.A.;
Page : 6-14
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Basis of research and information model of fire safety management for territorial entity is analyzed in this work. Subject infrastructure is considered as a complex of industry sectors, manufacturers and organizations. The research is focused on risk factors of the infrastructure which endanger the safety, including fire safety. Main characteristics of the subjects, which can determine risk factor and develop risk prevention measures, are described. Factors are investigated in details to determine potential risks, including fire risks. Each factor should be included in risk assessment and taken into account for development of safety management model. Information on territorial entities is classified for development of safety management model, and strategic infrastructures and objects of critical importance are described and analyzed. Special focus is on facilities with large places of assembly (objects of high risk) in the subject. Also special objects (cultural heritage objects, airports, objects of fuel & energy complex) are considered as objects of high risk. Case study for development of research and information model of safety management is considered for Tyva Republic. Information on risks of technogenic and natural disasters is analyzed based on territory passports, characteristics of republic industry, energetic complex, transport are considered. All special objects are included in this report: places of large assembly, objects with high risks. Schemes of communication, organizing connection and management, emergency response are developed. Comparative analysis of Russian and international normative documents with requirements for risk assessment and risk prevention and reduction measures is performed in the work. International standards for risk management in regions suggest risk probability and risk consequences assessment, then the procedure for identified risk prevention, control and management is developed.
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