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Improving Emergency Supply System to Ensure Port City Safety
1 Zhenjiang Watercraft College, Jiangsu, Zhengjiang, China
ABSTRACT: To efficiently implement emergency response program to port unexpected incidents, a perfect emergency supply system which including communications supplying, transportation supplying and rescue equipments supplying must be ready-to-used. Considering physical geography, harbor area, possible incident type and incident scale and other factors, using multi-objective fuzzy decision theory to set up emergency supply centers, improving sharing resource mechanism, administrative legislation and other measures are be used to improve port emergency supply system. Shanghai port?s practice prove the improve port emergency supply system is effective.
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Citation note:
Wang Z., Zhu Z., Cheng W.: Improving Emergency Supply System to Ensure Port City Safety. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 279-283, 2011

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