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Review on the Inspection System of Facilities Handling Hazardous Chemicals under the Chemicals Control Act

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2015, 11(6), pp.245-262
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

신창현 1 Chung Soo Lee 1 강재은 1 Ma Byung Chol 1 YOONYI 2 Junheon YOON 3 Park, Jai-hak 4

1환경부 화학물질안전원
2인제대학교
3환경부
4충북대학교

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ABSTRACT

For the efficient prevention of chemical accidents, the inspection systems of the facilities under the Chemicals Control Act which have being implemented since January in 2015 has been improved, compared to the previous Toxic Chemical Act. The completion inspection of the facilities which finish being installed must be conducted to check if those are suitable according to the safety standards of the facilities from the inspection agencies. Moreover, The regular or irregular inspection of the facilities must be conducted to check if the legitimately installed facilities are suitably operated. The safety diagnosis must be conducted for facilities which are vulnerable to chemical accidents or which created chemical accidents. The newly applied safety inspection system is expected both to reduce chemical accidents and to have significant effects on settling down the safety culture. But, for more efficient operation of the inspection, additional researches must be conducted to avoid duplicated inspection and make advanced inspection methods regarding the amount of hazardous chemicals.

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