Exploring the earthquake response strategies for buildings from the viewpoints of risk management
|關鍵字:||風險管理;AHP 層級分析法;風險偏好;建築物;震災;Risk Management;AHP (Analytical Hierarchy Process);Risk Preference;Buildings;Earthquake|
Taiwan is located in the Eurasia Plate and the Philippine Sea plate contact zone. Earthquakes occurred frequently. On average, felt earthquakes are recorded more than 200 times a year. If large-scale earthquake happens in Taiwan, it often results in loss of life and property. Hence earthquake prevention should be early planned prior to their occurrences. In the wake of urban development, urban population becomes denser and denser. However, the impact of disaster caused by earthquake is often buildings related. Earthquake is an extremely high uncertainty catastrophe. It makes disaster prevention and risk management planning more difficult. The main purpose of this study is to investigate the priority order of general public recognition in earthquake hazardous factors for buildings; so as to understand what type of risk of harm people are willing to put in risk costs to improve. Therefore, we parse the key earthquake factors in buildings through risk management framework; quantify the inner perception of the public through use of AHP (Analytical Hierarchy Process); understand the public recognition in earthquake risk factors for buildings through questionnaire; and derive out the response strategies according to the general public’s priority order of earthquake risk factors for buildings. In the future, when relevant earthquake laws, regulations, and policies are drawn, these can be served as seismic risk analysis and strategy assessment references.
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