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Comparison of Domestic Chemical Accident Investigation System
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 Title & Authors
Comparison of Domestic Chemical Accident Investigation System
Kim, Sungbum; Lim, Myunghee; Choi, Sungwoon;
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 Abstract
87 and 104 cases of chemical accidents in 2013 and 2014 respectively have brought enormous damages to people and environment. Also, the industry has significant damages the company reputation and a lot of expense to repair the damage handling. Toxic substance has spread out rapidly in the atmosphere at chemical accidents and that affect to workers as well as neighborhood. In order to analyze the causes of chemical accidents throughly, reliable and systematic investigation procedure should be considered. In this study, the chemical accident investigation system of each government agency in charge of the accident investigation is compared and analysed.
 Keywords
Accident Investigation;Chemical Accident;Field Survey;Cause of Accident;Toxicity;
 Language
Korean
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