Research on the Management of Equipment Use Risk Based on “Man-Machine-Environment” Model
There are too much considerable risk factors in military operations because of the use of the largest and most complex equipment system in it. If the risk factors are poorly managed, the risk will be transformed into an accident, which will cause a great loss and seriously affects the combat effectiveness of the army. Equipment use risk management is a logical decision-making process used to identify, assess and control risks while improving operational performance. Through the analysis of the relationship and interaction between the system model of equipment use risk management “man-machine-environment”, the six processes of equipment use risk management are described in detail, and the implementation of risk management is discussed. It is considered that the goal of risk management process is to achieve the optimization of the “man-machine-environment” model.
KeywordsThe management of equipment use risk “Man-Machine-Environment” model Management process
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