publication . Article . 2015

Disaster risk assessment pattern in higher education centers

M. Omidvari; J. Nouri; M. Mapar;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Apr 2015 Journal: Global Journal of Environmental Science and Management, volume 1, issue 2, pages 125-136 (issn: 2383-3572, eissn: 2383-3866, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: GJESM Publisher
Abstract
Disasters are one of the most important challenges which must be considered by every management system. Higher education centers have high disaster risk because of their risk factors (existence of historical and scientific documents and resources and expensive laboratory equipment in these centers emphasizes the importance of disaster management). Moreover, the existence of young volunteers of human resources in universities urges the necessity of making these people familiar with disaster management rules and responses in emergency conditions. Creating appropriate tools for disaster management assessment makes it correct and precise in higher education systems ...
Subjects
free text keywords: AHP, Disaster risk assessment, Educational center, FMEA, lcsh:Environmental sciences, lcsh:GE1-350
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