A different perspective on electricity-related work accidents: prioritizing the causes of accidents in the metals sector - Halici AK, İşleyen SK.

In this study, electrical accidents in the metal industry were examined; the causes of the accidents were determined. The causes of the accident were requested to be prioritized by experts. At this stage, the analytical hierarchy process was used. Actually...
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Source: Dermatologic Surgery - Category: Dermatology Tags: Original Article Source Type: research
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A risk-based framework for targeting investment in prescribed burning in Western Australia is presented. Bushfire risk is determined through a risk assessment and prioritisation process. The framework provides principles and a rationale for programming fue...
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Despite evident advances in knowledge and understanding concerning the application of prescribed burning for delivering benefits in wildfire control and a variety of sociocultural, economic and environmental outcomes, the practical application of prescribe...
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Northern Australia comprises by far the most fire-prone-half of a fiery continent, where fire frequencies range from annual in the tropical savannas to periodic very-extensive fire events following above-rainfall conditions in the central Australian rangel...
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Burn injury has become a major source of mortality and morbidity in countries with low socieonomic status. World energy consumption is mainly based on fossil fuels. This source of energy, if not properly handled, can be a source of major accident to lives ...
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Fire-management agencies invest significant resources to reduce the impacts of future fires. There has been increasing public scrutiny over how agencies allocate fire-management budgets and, in response, agencies are looking to use quantitative risk-based ...
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Modelling the spatial prioritisation of fuel treatments and their net effect on values at risk is an important area for applied work as economic damages from wildfire continue to grow. We model and demonstrate a cost-effective fuel treatment planning algor...
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To address the effect of metro train blockage on the critical ventilation velocity in a long tunnel, a series of scenarios were conducted numerically through this study, including different fire sizes (5-10 MW), metro train lengths (80-120 m), and blockage...
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Forest fire patterns are likely to be altered by climate change. We used boosted regression trees modelling and the MODIS Global Fire Atlas dataset (2003-15) to characterise relative influences of nine natural and human variables on fire patterns across fi...
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