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Journal Articles Australian Journal of Emergency Management Year : 2021

How to improve alert systems: the technical, human, environmental and structural aspects

Abstract

An effective alerting process is annessential component in emergency and disaster management. Based on a qualitative survey conducted in 5 countries (Australia, Belgium, France, Indonesia, the USA), this study looked at the organisational, socio-political, technical and human aspects inherent in the tools used for warning systems currently in place. This work highlights the similarity of organisational objectives, but also the importance of political choices linked to national culture and the disparity in terms of integration of technological tools. It was found that none of the 5 countries had completed the digital transition of its alert systems. In the future, it will be a question of better linking prevention, technical tools and end users.
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hal-03160422 , version 1 (01-09-2023)

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Esteban Bopp, Béatrice Gisclard, Johnny Douvinet, Karine Weiss. How to improve alert systems: the technical, human, environmental and structural aspects. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 2021. ⟨hal-03160422⟩
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