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A Method to Develop for Emergency Response Guidelines using Business Continuity Plan in Chemical Plant
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  • Journal title : Korean Chemical Engineering Research
  • Volume 52, Issue 6,  2014, pp.743-749
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • DOI : 10.9713/kcer.2014.52.6.743
 Title & Authors
A Method to Develop for Emergency Response Guidelines using Business Continuity Plan in Chemical Plant
Yang, Jae-Mo; Seol, Ji Woo; Yong, Jong-Won; Ko, Sang Wook; Park, Chulhwan; Yoo, Byungtae; Ko, Jae Wook;
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 Abstract
Even if many studies for the prevention of accidents in chemical plant have been carried out, recently more severe accidents in chemical plants have occurred continuously. These have a large potential impact and the loss of casualties and economic can vary according to the activities of early emergency responses. Thus, in order to mitigate the impact of accidents, the studies preparing the guidelines for emergency response have to be urgently needed. In this study, the current emergency responses guidelines and regulations in Korea were investigated to find out the drawbacks. And, to tackle these, BCP(Business continuity plan) method was used to improve the activities of early emergency responses as suggesting the basic components, response steps, feedback and procedures of the emergency responses.
 Keywords
BCP;Accident Response;Guideline;Risk Management;Recovery;
 Language
Korean
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