The characteristics of the industry accident evolvement are analyzed in this paper. The preliminary result shows that the industry accident evolvement has some characteristics of chaotic behavior, and its chaotic characteristics are judged by using phase space reconstruction and Lyapunov exponents.
In judicial practice, when facing the rapid economic development accompany with the industrial accidents and injuries, and facing the awakening awareness of the right protection from the people, the statute law and regulations are lagged behind.
The paper analyzes the research trend of risk management mode of industrial accidents,discusses the definition & classification of risks,the improvement on process of risk management and elaborates the way enterprises carry out risk assessment and management based on the summarization and review of the basic concept,procedure and application in accident assessment & prediction of risk assessment.
In this paper,the elements of major accident prevention and control system and the legal requirements of major hazard control and emergency system were introduced lt is describe that the major hazard ldentification and control are the prerequisite and the base for the enterprises to establish accident emergency system and accident prerention and control system,The countermeasures are discussed for the enterprises to control major hazards and to make emergency planning.
The discussion is illustrated by referring to a number of previous industrial accidents.
Three patients fell from a height, 3 were injured in industrial accidents, and 1 was hit by a train.
As a result of the increasing number of pelvic fractures due to traffic and industrial accidents, the obstetrician is confronted increasingly with the subsequent changes of the bony pelvis.
In addition to the 150000 people who are seriously injured on the roads there are 80000 seriously injured in industrial accidents and a round 200000 in domestic and other accidents, giving a total of 430000 serious injured in accidents.
16646 killed in road accidents (1969); 4524 in industrial accidents (1967); 11101 killed in the course of every-day activities; 12743 suicides; and 5440 other forms of violent death.