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  • 1. <ul><li>Lab for Energy Conversion System(EES) </li></ul><ul><li>Division of Environmental and Energy systems </li></ul><ul><li>School of Engineering, </li></ul><ul><li>Hokkaido University, Japan </li></ul><ul><li>2009-Jan-21 </li></ul>Traffic Safety and Risk Management Presenter: Abu Shadat Muhammad Sayem Student I.D:25083504
  • 2. I Specially Thanks To my Honorable Sensei Dr. Kunihiro Kishi To make subject so much interesting
  • 3. I also thanks to ZAZA to gives a information regarding Risk and safety in Philippine
  • 4. <ul><li>Risk management is a structured approach to managing uncertainty related to a threat, a sequence of human activities including: risk assessment </li></ul><ul><li>Or </li></ul><ul><li>The process of determining the maximum acceptable level of overall risk to and from a proposed activity </li></ul>
  • 5. Safety Management System The organizational structure, processes, procedures and methodologies that enable the direction and control of the activities necessary to meet safety requirements and safety policy objectives. [source - UK MoD Def Stan 00-56]
  • 6. Human Vehicle Road Elements of fatal traffic elements
  • 7. Traffic safety measures(4E) Education Enforcement Engineering Environment
  • 9. What's I learn from Traffic Engineering and Safety Management Course 1.Assessment of risk 2.Value of risk acceptance 3.Thinks about safety/safety sign/ Safety word… Abu nai/ Bipodjonok/delikado 4.Frequency of accident 5.Safety signboard……….. Before making serious decision please call me // 6.Life is more important than time 7.Wrong estimation (Traffic signal) 8.Mobile phone// 9.Tension/// 10.Doctor Heli 11.Cycling over snow 12.Faith to Allah …save your goal/// ethics/// 13.Carefulness /// banana skin 14.Money (risk oriented job) 15. Beliefs (7 th floor) 16. Age (Over speed)
  • 10. Continue…. 17.Poverty 18.Low Income 19. Lottery (JR Tower) 20.Ignorant 21.Kishis logit psm 22.Evaluation of a project 23.Skidding accident in winter 24. Traffic accident in winter 25. Escalator, Elevators 26. Application of management into medical science 27.Analytic hierarchy process 28.Principle of Insurance 29. One of my Professor in my university told Marriage is one types of risk, because in my country generally boys and girls are not known each other before marriage // their parents are usually arrange the program.
  • 12. Self-preservation Risk Or Enjoy?? I am Safe**
  • 17. Q?
  • 20. Just 2009/01/15….. Passengers in an inflatable raft move away from an Airbus 320 US Airways aircraft that has gone down in the Hudson River in New York, Thursday Jan. 15, 2009. It was not immediately clear if there were injuries. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews) More than 200 people have been killed worldwide as a result of wildlife strikes with aircraft since 1988,according to Bird Strike Committee USA, more than 5,000 bird strikes were reported by the U.S. Air Force in 2007.
  • 21. US Airways plane crashes into Hudson River
  • 22. Catastrophic Risk Management Sullenberger
  • 28. Cox’s Bazar : World largest Sea Beach…Length 121 Km.
  • 54. PUT NET ON HERE TO SAVE TOURIST My Research is the justify to ..
  • 56. Methodology I Apply AHP model to justify the project The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is a structured technique for helping people deal with complex decisions. Rather than prescribing a &quot;correct&quot; decision, the AHP helps people to determine one. Based on mathematics and psychology, it was developed by Thomas L.Saaty in the 1970s
  • 57. Put Net in a Sea Beach LOSS OF NATURAL BEAUTY SAVE OF TOURIST COST COAST GUARD NET USING NET ON TIDAL TIME
  • 58. Abu Shadat Muhammad Sayem Is assessment a poject by brain storming // Topics: put a fence or net in a cox’s bazer sea beach to safe life of tourists# Can you accept or not? Choose which one you suggest” A1:Coast Guard A2:NET A3:Using net on Tidal period
  • 59. Hrishikesh Das Gupta wrote at 5:47pm ITS GOOD 2 PUT FENCE, BUT IN OUR COUNTRY PEOPLE MAY NOT CLEARLY UNDERSTAND...MAY NOT TAKE PROPER CARE FOR FENCE. AND IT SHOULD SO STRONG THAT IT CAN TOLERATE STORM. Rupam Das at 11:47am January 8 via Facebook Mobile sir i can't accept it.I thnk fence or net never gonna save life.Morever how long a fence or net can b made to cover the sea!!The possible remedy to save life is: place a signboard in a particular places where should write &quot;danger out there'' or 'bipodjonok' .. .Thatz wht i thnk sir. Raquib Khan at 4:34pm January 8 Formation of BAYWATCH, BEACHGUARD is not a bad option either.   Shaon Sutradhar at 5:45pm January 8 i am also not support fencing. it shall reduce the overall beauty of the beach. and also it is not feasible to make a very long fence in this world's longest sea beach. to save life more cautions may be adopted. like Mr. Raquid Khan said. a consciousness team may be established to make awareness of how to safely swim and what not to do at all among the tourist. …………………….
  • 60. TABLE - 1 0.094 =0.414 1 1/2 1/7 LOSS OF NATURAL BEAUTY 0.166 =0.736 2 1 1/5 SAVE OF TOURIST 0.74 (1*5*7) (1/3) =3.271 7 5 1 COST Weight Geo. Average LOSS OF NATURAL BEAUTY SAVE OF TOURIST COST
  • 61. TABLE - 2 0.164 =0.55 1 1/3 1/2 USING NET ON TIDAL TIME 0.539 =1.817 3 1 2 NET 0.297 (1*.5*2) (1/3) =1 2 1/2 1 COAST GUARD Weight Geo. Average USING NET ON TIDAL TIME NET COAST GUARD COST
  • 62. TABLE - 3 0.297 =1 1 2 1/2 USING NET ON TIDAL TIME 0.164 =0.550 1/2 1 1/3 NET 0.539 (1*3*2) (1/3) =1.817 2 3 1 COAST GUARD Weight Geo. Average USING NET ON TIDAL TIME NET COAST GUARD Save of Tourist
  • 63. TABLE - 4 0.297 =1 1 1/2 2 USING NET ON TIDAL TIME 0.539 =1.817 2 1 3 NET 0.164 (1*.33*.5) (1/3) =0.550 1/2 1/3 1 COAST GUARD Weight Geo. Average USING NET ON TIDAL TIME NET COAST GUARD Loss of Natural Beauty
  • 64. TABLE - 5 0.297 = 0.027 0.297 = 0.049 0.164 = 0.122 USING NET ON TIDAL TIME 0.539 = 0.050 0.164 = 0.027 0.539 = 0.398 NET 0.164 = 0.015 0.539 = 0.089 0.297 = 0.219 COAST GUARD Loss of Natural Beauty (0.094) Save of Tourist (0.166) Cost (0.74)
  • 65. TABLE - 5 0.122+0.049+0.027=0.198 USING NET ON TIDAL TIME 0.398+0.027+0.050=0.475 (Highest) NET 0.219+0.089+0.015=0.323 COAST GUARD Summation
  • 66. RESULT: Analysis Shows that Net is proffered by most people than other option/ Consistency of the project 1 = 0.094 2 = 0.188 7 = 0.658 Loss of Natural Beauty (0.094) 0.282 0.502 2.228 Summation ½ = 0.083 1/7 = 0.105 Loss of Natural Beauty 1 = 0.166 1/5 = 0.148 Save of Tourist 5 = 0.83 1 = 0.74 Cost Save of Tourist (0.166) Cost (0.74)
  • 67. Consistency of the project…..Continue =9.03 TOTAL =9.03/3 =3.01 AVERAGE 0.282/0.094 =3.00 0.502/0.166 =3.02 2.228/0.74 =3.01
  • 68. Consistency of the project…..Continue Consistency= Median-No.of Evaluation Criteria No.of Evaluation Criteria- 1 = 3.01-3 3-1 = 0.005 Since the consistency is positive and less than 0.15 than evaluation process is correct.
  • 69. Thank you for your kind attention AND INVITE YOU TO SEE MY BELOVED COUNTRY BANGLADESH
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