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A Study on Accident Response Guidelines for Hazardous Materials(HAZMAT) Transport Vehicle
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A Study on Accident Response Guidelines for Hazardous Materials(HAZMAT) Transport Vehicle
Seol, Ji Woo; Yong, Jong Won; Chae, Chung-Keun; Tae, Chan Ho; Ko, Jae Wook;
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 Abstract
Accidents of HAZMAT transport vehicle are generally dealt by unskilled firefighters. As a result, firefighters became 2nd victims of accidents in some case because of this reason, and it is required to prepare an accident response guidelines against HAZMAT transport vehicle accidents. In this study, risk assessment methods and making methods of guidelines were investigated to make accident response guidelines of HAZMAT transport vehicle accidents. and It identifies hazards and combines with guideword for making guideline items. At last, we determine criteria or detailed methods by referring survey regulations and existed methods.
 Keywords
HAZMAT transport;vehicles accidents;emergency response guidelines;
 Language
Korean
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