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 AJIBM  Vol.9 No.4 , April 2019
Risk Assessment and Governance Strategy of Production Safety Accidents in Jinwan District of Zhuhai City—Based on Integrated Application of Risk Matrix and Borda Count Methods
Abstract:
Based on the literature research and the actual situation of investigation in Jinwan district of Zhuhai city, the risk factors of production safety accidents in Jinwan district of Zhuhai city were constructed, and the risk factors of production safety accidents are divided into 6 secondary indicators and 20 tertiary indicators. According to the risk matrix formula, the risk levels of production safety accidents in Jinwan district of Zhuhai city are evaluated from the two aspects of occurrence probability and consequence severity, and further ranked by the Borda count method. The results show that road traffic accidents, construction accidents, fire accidents, network and information security incidents, maritime traffic accidents and heavy pollution weather are intolerable risks. Finally, this paper puts forward the risk governance strategy from the aspects of advancing the construction of rule of law, strengthening responsibility, enhancing the investigation and rectification of the risk, improving emergency rescue capabilities and consummating the support safeguard system.
Cite this paper: Wang, Y. (2019) Risk Assessment and Governance Strategy of Production Safety Accidents in Jinwan District of Zhuhai City—Based on Integrated Application of Risk Matrix and Borda Count Methods. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 9, 886-897. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2019.94060.
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