Comparative Study on the Measures to the Safety Management of Bulk Liquid Dangerous Goods Storage in Port Areas
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In this work, the international and Chinese standards of bulk liquid dangerous goods terminal storage and handling are compared and evaluated. The safety management of ship operation in port and the safety management of terminal operation are selected as the key contrasting indexes of the port operation of bulk liquid dangerous goods. Afterwards, a revised proposal for the safety management of bulk liquid dangerous goods in port is proposed.
KeywordsBulk liquid Dangerous goods Terminal storage Safety management
The authors would like to thank professor Xu Hongwei from the China Waterborne Transport Research Institute for his advising and help in this work. This title is funded by National Key R&D Program of China: Research on Key Technologies and Equipment of Transportation Infrastructure Construction Safety (Fund number: 2017YFC0805300).
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