عنوان انگلیسی مقاله:
A framework proposal to integrate humanitarian logistics practices, disaster management and disaster mutual assistance: A Brazilian case
ترجمه فارسی عنوان مقاله:
یک پیشنهاد چارچوب برای ادغام اقدامات لجستیکی بشردوستانه ، مدیریت فاجعه و کمک متقابل در برابر فاجعه: یک پرونده برزیل
Sciencedirect - Elsevier - Safety Science, 132 (2020) 104965: doi:10:1016/j:ssci:2020:104965
Eduardo Henrique de Moura
Purpose: Industrial disasters, such as ﬁres, chemical spills and radiation are issues that are often solved through industrial protocols or other internal procedures. Humanitarian logistics, in this context, is characterized by a process based on the ﬂow of materials and people in a limited time. In this project, the focus is to apply the concepts of logistics, ensuring the right service, so that an industrial disaster is solved at the lowest cost and time, considering the characteristics of the actions performed in Brazil. Research: Based on researches, electronic and written materials, the project reviews the temporal linearity of humanitarian logistics and contextualizing the theme with international and national disasters, such as the collapse of the tailings dam in Fundão, in Minas Gerais, or an accident with Césio-137, occurred in Goiânia. Methodology/approach: Interviews with security professionals have made possible the development of a framework, which explains the step-by-step of the proposed logistical model. Originality/value: Based on this, Logistics preparedness and response tactics, aided by the Disaster Mutual Assistance, can guarantee faster and more eﬀective results compared with usual methods of security from companies, as well as ensuring mutual cooperation between companies. Finally, the disasters solutions indicators industry such as Dematel, decision-making ensured the creation of a theoretical model that is distinguished by joining disaster management concepts allied to Humanitarian Logistics and business participation.
Keywords: Disaster Mutual Assistance | Humanitarian logistics | Disasters | Framework | Brazil | Dematel