Verification of the Risk Assessment Model through an Expert Judgment

Renáta Turisová, Jozef Mihok, Jaroslava Kádárová

Abstract


In the presented article, it is shown how to implement the theoretical model of expert assessment in the verification model of fire risk evaluation in the particular case of a large metallurgical complex environment. Presented is the way how to evaluate the adequacy of the so called fire assistance, using a probabilistic model which is practically verifyed by the mentioned method of expert assessment.

Keywords


Safety Improvement; probabilistic risk analysis; expert assessment; risk evaluation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12776/qip.v16i1.60

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