LAPSE:2024.1317
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LAPSE:2024.1317
Study on the Effectiveness of the Integral Emergency Response System for Coal Mine Water Hazard Accidents Based on Combination Weighting
Yu Hao, Huanhuan Yang, Lijun Zhang, Chaolun Sun
June 21, 2024
Improving the emergency response effectiveness of coal mines in response to water hazard accidents not only plays a vital part in minimizing the resultant losses, but also functions as an important index for evaluating the emergency response capability of coal mines. Therefore, it is of great necessity to test the emergency response capability of coal mines. In this study, an effectiveness measurement index system for the emergency response system that comprises two primary indexes (i.e., response capability and service capability) and six secondary indexes (i.e., accident information transmission, emergency command and control, emergency rescue and mitigation, emergency management, personnel team, and prevention and preparation) was constructed. Additionally, a technique for order preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS) model for evaluating the effectiveness of the integral emergency response system for coal mine water hazard accidents, based on combination weighting, was put forward. Both the empirical evaluation and model validation of the emergency response system for water hazard accidents were carried out by taking five coal mines attached to Henan Coking Coal Group as research objects. The findings suggest that the effectiveness of the emergency response system for water hazard accidents in the Guhanshan Coal Mine and the Zhongmachun Coal Mine is rated as “average”, while those in the Jiulishan Coal Mine, Zhaogu No. 1 Coal Mine, and Zhaogu No. 2 Coal Mine are graded as “good”. This result is consistent with the actual situation, which verifies the capacity of the proposed TOPSIS model to evaluate the emergency response system scientifically and efficiently for coal mine water hazard accidents. This study not only offers new ideas for how to enhance the comprehensive emergency response capability of coal mines with respect to water hazard accidents, but also provides support for making decisions concerning the upgrading of the emergency response capacity of coal mines.
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coal mine safety, effectiveness measurement, emergency response, water hazard accidents
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Hao Y, Yang H, Zhang L, Sun C. Study on the Effectiveness of the Integral Emergency Response System for Coal Mine Water Hazard Accidents Based on Combination Weighting. (2024). LAPSE:2024.1317
Author Affiliations
Hao Y: Emergency Management School, Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo 454000, China; Safety and Emergency Management Research Center, Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo 454000, China
Yang H: Emergency Management Training Center, Party School of the CPC Central Committee (Chinese Academy of Governance), Beijing 100091, China
Zhang L: Emergency Management School, Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo 454000, China; Safety and Emergency Management Research Center, Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo 454000, China
Sun C: Emergency Management School, Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo 454000, China; Safety and Emergency Management Research Center, Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo 454000, China; State Key Laboratory Cultivation Base for Gas Geology and Gas Control,
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Processes
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12
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1
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235
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2024
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2024-01-22
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2227-9717
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