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IJERPH, Vol. 15, Pages 868: Research on Occupational Safety, Health Management and Risk Control Technology in Coal Mines

26 Apr 2018

IJERPH, Vol. 15, Pages 868: Research on Occupational Safety, Health Management and Risk Control Technology in Coal Mines

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health doi: 10.3390/ijerph15050868

Authors:
Lu-jie Zhou
Qing-gui Cao
Kai Yu
Lin-lin Wang
Hai-bin Wang

This paper studies the occupational safety and health management methods as well as risk control technology associated with the coal mining industry, including daily management of occupational safety and health, identification and assessment of risks, early warning and dynamic monitoring of risks, etc.; also, a B/S mode software (Geting Coal Mine, Jining, Shandong, China), i.e., Coal Mine Occupational Safety and Health Management and Risk Control System, is developed to attain the aforementioned objectives, namely promoting the coal mine occupational safety and health management based on early warning and dynamic monitoring of risks. Furthermore, the practical effectiveness and the associated pattern for applying this software package to coal mining is analyzed. The study indicates that the presently developed coal mine occupational safety and health management and risk control technology and the associated software can support the occupational safety and health management efforts in coal mines in a standardized and effective manner. It can also control the accident risks scientifically and effectively; its effective implementation can further improve the coal mine occupational safety and health management mechanism, and further enhance the risk management approaches. Besides, its implementation indicates that the occupational safety and health management and risk control technology has been established based on a benign cycle involving dynamic feedback and scientific development, which can provide a reliable assurance to the safe operation of coal mines.

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