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Risk Analysis and Management – Trends, Challenges and Emerging Issues

Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Risk Analysis and Crisis Response (RACR 2017), June 5-9, 2017, Ostrava, Czech Republic

Edited by Ales Bernatik, Chongfu Huang, Olivier Salvi

© 2017 – CRC Press

302 pages

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About the Book

This book collects the papers presented at the 6th International Conference on Risk Analysis and Crisis Response (RACR-2017) held in Ostrava/Prague, Czech Republic, on June 5-9, 2017, organized by VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic. The overall theme of the sixth international conference on risk analysis and crisis response is Risk Analysis and Management – Trends, Challenges and Emerging Issues, highlighting science and technology to improve risk analysis capabilities and to optimize crisis response strategy.

This book contains primarily research articles of risk issues. Underlying topics include natural hazards and major (chemical) accidents prevention, disaster risk reduction and society resilience, information and communication technologies safety and cybersecurity, modern trends in crisis management, energy and resources security, critical infrastructure, nanotechnology safety and others. All topics include aspects of multidisciplinarity and complexity of safety in education and research. The book should be valuable to professors, engineers, officials, businessmen and graduate students in risk analysis and risk management.

About the book series

Communications in Cybernetics, Systems Science and Engineering - Proceedings (CCSSEP) is a cross-disciplinary book series devoted to theoretical and applied research contributions, that cater to a rapidly growing worldwide interest in a cybernetic and systemic methodology with an ever-increasing capacity to deal with new challenges in a way that traditional science cannot. The series aims to become a comprehensive reference work on and guide to developments within the field and strategies required for better implementation of advances, with a view to environmental protection and sustainable social and economic development. The CCSSE series targets all working in theoretical and applied fields of cybernetics, systems science and engineering, e.g. academics, researchers and consultants, computer and information scientists, development and systems engineers, mathematicians, management cyberneticists and systemists, medical scientists, and intelligent and manufacturing engineers in industry, as well as leading decision- and policy-makers.

Series editor: Jeffrey ‘Yi-Lin’ Forrest

Table of Contents

RACR

Application of slope unit for rainstorm-induced shallow landslide hazard zonation in South China

Q. Gong, G. Huang, J. Wang & J. Zhang

A study on operational risk factors of hotels and building a risk management system in mountain scenic resorts

Y. He

Local betweenness for risk analysis in network systems

X.-B. Hu, M.-K. Zhang, H. Li & J.-Q. Liao

Towards a general risk assessment on the transmitting efficiency of network systems

X.-B. Hu, M.-K. Zhang, H. Li & J.-Q. Liao

An approach to assess an integrated risk caused by two hazards

C. Huang

Risk assessment of PM2.5-bound Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) during wintertime in Beijing, China

S. Chao, Y. Chen, Y. Jiang & H. Cao

Earthquake risk assessment for urban planning in Songming, China

Z. Jian, C. Kun, W. Jian & X. Wu

A comparative study on spatial vulnerability of European and Chinese civil aviation networks under spatial disruptive events

H. Li & X.-B. Hu

Time-dependent probabilistic seismic hazard assessment for Central Bayan Har Block

C. Li & M. Gao

Exploring the reason for the dynamic problem of earthquake swarm in the Simao-Puer region, southwest Yunnan

T. Li, Y. Bai, D. Shao & G. Chen

Seismic risk analysis of the oil/gas pipeline system

A. Liu, J. Wu & N. Yang

Entropy based streamflow uncertainty analysis using JSS estimator

D. Liu & D. Wang

Water shortage risk assessment in the Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei region

D. Liu & Y. Zhang

Analysis and mitigation of project policy-related risks involving regional construction-purposed sea use in China

S. Liu, W. Xu & X. Teng

Risk analysis and management of countermeasures on sugarcane meteorological disasters under the global climate anomaly

X. Pan, C. Huang, C. Pu & H. Wang

Variations and trends in climatic extremes in China in the period 1959–2010

J. Shi, H. Mu, L. Cui & K. Wen

Implementation of a web based map for the internet of intelligences to analyze regional disaster risks

Y. Sun, C. Huang & Q. Wang

Selection of a research area to construct a virtual case for integrated risk assessment of earthquake and flood

Q. Wang, C. Huang & Y. Sun

Ecological vulnerability assessment of Minjiang River in the Yangtze River Basin, China

Y. Wang, D. Wang & D. Sheng

Using game theory for scheduling patrols in an urban environment

C.-K. Wu

A new approach to the streamflow gauge network design

P. Xu & D. Wang

A study on the evaluation of tourism environmental quality in Huangshan city

L. Yao

An evaluation method for regional disaster loss based on the internet of intelligence technology

F. Zeng, S. Guo & C. Huang

Parameter sensitivity analysis of a seawater intrusion model

X. Zeng, D. Wang, J. Wu & X. Zhu

Heavy rain hazard risk assessment and analysis in Mount Huangshan scenic area, China

J. Zhang, S. Hu, H. Zhu & Q. Gong

Path optimization in typhoon scenarios based on an improved ripple-spreading algorithm

M.-K. Zhang, X.-B. Hu & H. Li & J.-Q. Liao

Recognizing the relationship between weather and yield anomalies and yield risk simulation of crops

S. Zhao & Q. Zhang

CBRN remote sensing using unmanned aerial vehicles: Challenges addressed in the scope of the GammaEx project regarding hazardous materials and environments

M. Monteiro Marques, V. Lobo, R.S. Carapau, A.V. Rodrigues, J. Gouveia-Carvalho, A.J.M. Nogueira Baptista, J. Almeida & C. Matos

A framework for uncertainty analysis of flood risk assessment in the near-response phase

T. Kekez, S. Knezić & R. Andričević

Reaching out: Demonstration of effective large-scale threat and crisis management outside the EU

T. Grzegory

European standardization in nanotechnologies and its relation to international work: How can standardization help the industry and regulators to develop safe products?

P. Conner

ARAMIS heritage, 10 years after the end of the project

Improving the safety management systems at small Seveso establishments through the bow-tie approach

P.A. Bragatto, S.M. Ansaldi, A. Pirone & P. Agnello

ARAMIS heritage and land use planning in the Walloon Region

C. Delvosalle, S. Brohez, J. Delcourt, D. Beaudoint, N. Cornil & F. Tambour

SafetyBarrierManager, a software tool to perform risk analysis using ARAMIS’s principles

N.J. Duijm

Post-ARAMIS project use of the safety climate questionnaire for the process industry

M. Gerbec

Comparison of the ARAMIS risk assessment methodology with traditional approach

K. Lebecki, A.S. Markowski & D. Siuta

The importance of the ARAMIS approach outside the chemical industry: Application of MIMAH methodology to biogas production

V.C. Moreno & V. Cozzani

From ARAMIS methodology to a “dynamic risk” monitoring system

E. Plot, Z. Nivolianitou, C. Leva, V.B.P. Ramany, C. Coll & F. Baudequin

Connection of ARAMIS methodology approach with APELL programme approach in the Czech Republic

P. Ruzickova & A. Bernatik

The methodologies used in France for demonstrating risk control of a major accident: A heritage of the ARAMIS project?

A. Vallee, B. Debray, V. De Dianous & C. Bolvin

About the Editors

Prof. Ales Bernatik, the Vice-Dean for international and social affairs of Faculty of Safety Engineering, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, is a doctor in Methodology for Industrial Risk Assessment and graduated in Environmental Protection, professor in 2015. He has a great experience in risk analysis of industrial accidents, environmental consultancy at the Regional EIA Centre, and now is in charge of research and education in the area of major-accident prevention.

Prof. Chongfu Huang, President of Society for Risk Analysis - China, Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response, is a full professor of Beijing Normal University. He received his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Beijing Normal University in 1993. His significant contributions to society would be that he established Risk Analysis Council of China Association for Disaster Prevention in 2004, which is the unique academic organization authorized by the Chinese government for studying all risk issues.

Olivier Salvi graduated in 1994 as an engineer in Environment and Industrial Risks (Ecole des Mines d’Alès, France). He has been working at INERIS, the French National Institute in charge of industrial risk and environment protection from 1995 to 2013 as Programme Manager in the field of Risk Assessment and Management, then as Scientific Manager and finally as Business Development Manager. In 2013, he became the President of INERIS DÉVELOPPEMENT SAS, the subsidiary company in charge of international business development.

About the Series

Communications in Cybernetics, Systems Science and Engineering – Proceedings

Communications in Cybernetics, Systems Science and Engineering - Proceedings (CCSSEP) is a cross-disciplinary series devoted to theoretical and applied research contributions to cybernetics, systems science and engineering. The series aims to publish the highest quality conference proceedings on the most recent advances and innovative applications in the relevant areas of investigation, catering to a rapidly growing worldwide interest in a cybernetic and systemic methodology with an ever-increasing capacity to deal with new challenges in a way that traditional science can not. The CCSSEP series will consolidate the worldwide findings in systems science and engineering and aims to become a comprehensive theoretical, practical, international, multi- and interdisciplinary database of, reference work on and guide to issues in these fields of research and the strategies required for better implementation in the context of environmental protection and sustainable social and economic development. Carefully edited conference proceedings, featuring contributions from leading scholars and engineers, will make valuable contributions to a deeper understanding of human, artificial and natural systems as well as of issues that confront the modern world. Communications in Cybernetics, Systems Science and Engineering - Proceedings is committed to nurturing worldwide conversations about cybernetic and systemic approaches for the betterment of human lives and aims to make a substantial contribution to rethinking science as well as engineering applications of cybernetic and systemic methods in all types of settings.

The series aims at professionals, academics and students in the theoretical and applied fields of cybernetics, systems science and engineering, researchers and consultants in cybernetics and systems, computer and information scientists, development and systems engineers, mathematicians, librarians, management cyberneticists and systemists, medical scientists, educators, advanced research workers, intelligent and manufacturing engineers in industry and researchers at universities with an interest in the application of modeling, simulation, optimization and control to specific systems. It will also prove useful to leading decision- and policy-makers, governmental policy-makers, business leaders, and international bodies like the United Nations family and the international and regional development banks, financial institutions and donors associated with technical and economic cooperation in developing countries.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCI026000
SCIENCE / Environmental Science
TEC010000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Environmental / General
TEC017000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Industrial Health & Safety