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Risk Assessment in the Shipbuilding Industry: Present and the Future
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 Title & Authors
Risk Assessment in the Shipbuilding Industry: Present and the Future
Jeong, Byung-Yong; Kim, Woo-Jin; Jeong, Ye-Seul;
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 Abstract
Objective: The aim of this study is to gain an overview of the risk assessment and management system in the shipbuilding industry. Background: The use of risk assessment techniques has grown significantly in recent years. Method: Various references have been reviewed to evaluate risk assessment and management policy. Results: Adapting the risk assessment system has become an important approach not only to prevent industrial accidents but also to enhance the efficiency of works for shipbuilding workers. Conclusion: Risk assessment is an approved technology for operators to address larger hazards, and to ensure risks have been reduced to appropriate levels cost effectively. Application: These results can be used to provide baseline information for risk assessment and management policy.
 Keywords
Risk assessment;Shipbuilding industry;Matrix ranking assessment;
 Language
Korean
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