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A Study on Contents for Safety Training of the Thermal Power Plant to be Applied by Story Viewing
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  • Journal title : Fire Science and Engineering
  • Volume 30, Issue 3,  2016, pp.62-66
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Fire Science and Engineering
  • DOI : 10.7731/KIFSE.2016.30.3.062
 Title & Authors
A Study on Contents for Safety Training of the Thermal Power Plant to be Applied by Story Viewing
Kim, Yoo-sik; Min, Seol-hui; Seong, Yun-hak; Park, Yeong-jae;
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 Abstract
There have been happening small and big fires due to the various causes in the thermal power plants which are the high risk buildings with the high possibility of big sizes of accidents, so the people in the power plants distribute the workers "the site action manuals in thermal power plants" and try to minimize the rate of disasters like fires through the regular education and training. However, in the Five Thermal Power Plants in Korea, there are no the standard of "the site action manuals" and Furthermore, the present educational manuals are mostly the hard copies with poor readability. So the standardization of the manuals are definitely needed. Therefore, in this research, we proceed the standardization of the manuals for the five areas of the site action manual s in the thermal power plants which are oil fires, electric fires, building fires, facility fires and gas leaking reaction SOP to improve the reaction power on the disasters in the power plants which are the national significant infrastructures, thus by using the manual, we propose the safety education contents for the thermal power plants based on the visualization technology using story-viewing method to complement the hard copy type disaster manuals.
 Keywords
Fire safety;Thermal power plant;Standardization;Story-viewing;Visualization;3D contents;
 Language
Korean
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