A Legislative Device for the University's Safety Management System in Terms of Crisis Management Perspective

위기관리관점에서 대학의 안전관리 법제 방안

  • Published : 2008.04.28


This research will mainly focus on security issues in a university campus and delve into the risk factors and its characteristics due to the extreme polarization growth, and ultimately conduct research on legislative issues regarding safety & security management. A university campus is a miniature of the society, concentrated with human resources, material resources and knowledge information resources. It is also a region in which various underlying risk factors threaten these resources. However, due to the insensibility of danger and carefree indolence, these risk factors have been ignoring, leaving university campus amidst a "dead zone." Currently, a systematic and synthetic measures not only for safety inside the laboratory but also for the new type of crimes such as cyber crimes and motiveless crime due to extreme polarization, stress, uneasiness about the future, increase of mental illnesses, and drug abuse are urgently required. Therefore, I would like to introduce a legislative program in a crisis management perspective that can prevent universities from danger and protect the resources which would ultimately create a new security system.


University's Safety Management;Disaster Management;Campus Crisis Management


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