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Wiśniewski, Michał
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[Journal:] Foundations of Management [ISSN:] 2300-5661 [Volume:] 8 [Year:] 2016 [Issue:] 1 [Pages:] 297-310
This article presents a synthesis of knowledge about safety management procedures for critical infrastructure (CI) in the context of risk management theory and the provisions of the Polish law on emergency management of 26 April 2007. In this paper, the inadequacy of the accepted procedures at present is highlighted, as well as their continuous improvement and adaptation to prevailing political, legal, social and economic conditions. It proposes using the concept of scenario approach and situational management approach and technique analysis of interconnected decision areas (AIDA) and casebased reasoning (CBR) to develop integral situational resource model CI. The considerations presented in this paper lead to a proposed a new method for predicting, preventing and responding to emerging crises within the CI.
critical infrastructure
situational approach
analysis of interconnected decision areas
case based reasoning
crisis management
risk assessment
scenario of events
a domino effect
flat and hierarchical decision problem
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