Ocean Journal of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering (ISSN: 2771-2311) | Volume 1, Issue 1 | Review Article | Open Access
1Hephaestus Advanced research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, School of Science, International Hellenic University, St Lucas 65404, Kavala, Greece 2MSc in Analysis and Management of Manmade and Natural Disasters, International Hellenic University – Hellenic Fire Academy, St Lucas 65404, Kavala, Greece
*Correspondence to: Michail ChalarisFulltext PDF
In this paper an attempt is made to compare several methods used for the purpose of risk analysis in cases of water pollution emergencies. The importance of the existence of quality assurance and quality control programs is highlighted. The risk management protocols frequently used for such purposes are thoroughly analyzed and discussed. Various methods aiming to the identification and evaluation of risks are demonstrated, such as the Bayesian formula, the Mortmethod, the Geographic Information System, and the Fuzzy fault tree analysis (FFTA). Action recommendations in order to avoid as much as possible the catastrophic consequences of an accident in the aquatic environment are provided.
Risk analysis; Accident; Risk management; Water pollution; Risk management protocols
Chalaris M, Giannopoulos A, Koufioti G, Stasinopoulos N, Tezari A. Comparative study of the Methods Used For the Risk Analysis of Emergency Water Pollution Accidents. Oce Che Pet Eng Jour. 2021; 1(1):1-19.