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建設業の災害予防・応急対策への活用の提案


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Title: 建設業の災害予防・応急対策への活用の提案
Other Titles: Proposal of use of construction industry to disaster prevention measures
Authors: 高橋, 和雄
Authors (alternative): Takahashi, Kazuo
Issue Date: Nov-2010
Publisher: 土木学会 / Japan Society of Civil Engineers
Citation: 安全問題研究論文集, 5, pp.7-12; 2010
Abstract: The number of casualties in natural disasters has been reduced in Japan by implementing both hard and soft aspects of disaster countermeasures. However, the torrential rain damage in Yamaguchi and the north of Kyushu in July 2009 showed that the disaster response in cities, towns, and villages is still inadequate. The cities in the regions are experiencing aging and depopulation, and this has resulted in a lack of personnel for ecacuation support during disasters. As a measure to solve this problem, the author has developed a concept for using the construction industry at the stages of disaster prevention measures and emergency response. lf the local knowledge, equipment, and specialized knowledge of the constuction industry is utilized, strategies for solvving mamy of the present problems can be formulated. This paper describes the process of development of the concept, discusses the potential for applyilg the concept, and summarizes the details of the activities and outstanding issues, etc.
Keywords: construction industry / use to disaster prevention measures / contribution to society / 建設業 / 防災への活用 / 社会貢献
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/30068
Rights: © 社団法人土木学会
Type: Journal Article
Text Version: publisher
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