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Risk Management for Casuality Accident at Urban Railway Stations
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 Title & Authors
Risk Management for Casuality Accident at Urban Railway Stations
Kim, Jin Tae; Kim, Si Gon; Kim, Yeon Kyu;
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 Abstract
The paper suggests risk management methodology for alleviating casuality accidents at urban railway stations. Risk management deals with countermeasures for reducing accident probability or consequences to reach at the certain level of risk. First of all, Economic evaluations using cost and benefit for all the alternatives are performed. The alternatives exceeding B/C ratio greater than 1, each alternative is applied in the order of higher B/C ratio. this process is repeated when the level of risk is reduced as low as reasonably practical (ALARP). In order to determine the level of ALARP, Level of Service (LOS) for casuality risk at urban railway stations is proposed. The ALARP level is set to the LOS "C". Finally, a case study is applied to the Jongno 3-ga station, which is a highest risky station among all the stations operated by Seoul Metro and Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Cooperation (SMRT).
 Keywords
Urban railway stations;Risk management;Cost-benefit analysis;ALARP Level;
 Language
Korean
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 References
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Lim, K. K. and Kim, S. G. (2006). "The classification of railroad accident types and its standardization." Journal of the Korean Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 26, No. 1D, pp. 133-140 (in Korean).