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Conference Paper A Study on the Necessity of Multi-Factor Design for Predicting Safety of Shipyard Workers
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Authors
Hwang Yoon Sook, Jung Woosung, Yoo Dae Seung
Issue Date
202110
Source
International Conference on Information and Communication Technology Convergence (ICTC) 2021, pp.949-951
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICTC52510.2021.9620927
Project Code
21HS4900, Development of 5G-based Shipbuilding and Marine Smart Communication Platform and Convergence Service, Yoo Dae Seung
Abstract
Although various efforts are being made to reduce industrial accidents of shipyard workers, the number of industrial accidents has not been reduced commensurately with its. Therefore, we thought that it is the time to consider the diverse aspects to ensure the safety of shipyard workers from the risk of industrial accidents. In this study, we were checked the studies conducted focusing on the work space of the shipyard and the unsafe behavior of the workers with aimed to ensure the safety of shipyard workers. The results of checking these studies, we confirmed that the need to conduct the convergence researches considering the aspects of interactions that could be occurred when workers behave in a space of a shipyard. Therefore, we will plan to develop an advanced risk prediction algorithm of workers in shipyard by reflecting these findings in current research project.
KSP Keywords
Current research, Factor design, Industrial accidents, Multi-factor, Unsafe behavior, Work space, prediction algorithms, research projects, risk prediction