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TitreDecision simulations for safer risk-based land-use recommendations
AuteurStruik, L C; Walker, R
SourceCanadian Risk and Hazards Network 10th Annual Symposium - Abstracts ; 2013 p. 30
LiensPresentation online - Présentation en ligne
Année2013
Séries alt.Secteur des sciences de la Terre, Contribution externe 20130187
ÉditeurCanadian Risk and Hazards Networkb
RéunionCanadian Risk and Hazards Network, Annual Symmposium; Regina; CA; Novembre 5-8, 2013
Documentlivre
Lang.anglais
Mediapapier
Formatshtml; pdf
Sujetsdangers pour la santé; secousses séismiques; risque de tremblement de terre; études séismiques; géophysique
ProgrammeEvaluation quantitiative du risque, Géoscience pour la sécurité publique
Résumé(disponible en anglais seulement)
Exercises that simulate a municipal approval to develop land are being used to write a risk-based land use guide and build risk assessment capacity. The simulation exercises were run at the Dr. Donald B. Rix Simulation Laboratory of the Justice Institute of BC. The exercises guided staff and interested parties from Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, through a decision scenario for development proposals in debris-flood and flood prone areas. The scenarios examined the municipal need to ensure safe development for intended use. The scenarios were used to determine the real-life needs of municipal staff making recommendations for safe development in high risk situations. Potential solutions to those needs were then collated for the risk-based land-use guide. The Justice Institute of BC's simulation technology is designed to deliver interactive, problem-based immersive scenarios. Participants, working in small groups receive information about an incident through scripted streaming video and audio clips, and relevant real-life documentation. Participants work through scenarios by completing tasks and making decisions. Individual groups can interact with each other or work independently depending on the design and objectives of the simulation. All activities are monitored, and all decisions and decision rationales are stored to a database for review. The presentation highlights the benefits of using simulation technology in land-use decision scenarios for professional development, situational awareness, team building, process improvement and finding low-risk solutions for developments proposed for high-risk situations.
Résumé(Résumé en langage clair et simple, non publié)
Comment la technologie de simulation de réponse aux événements de gestion des urgences a été utilisé pour simuler une décision d'affectation des terres municipales aux fins de comprendre comment les décisions sont prises et le développement des capacités dans l'utilisation de l'évaluation des risques de catastrophes pour prendre des décisions de développement plus sûres.
GEOSCAN ID292920