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Research on Evaluation of Emergency Logistics Supply Capacity of Protective Equipment in Emergencies

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DOI: 10.23977/msom.2023.040210 | Downloads: 11 | Views: 430

Author(s)

Qian Luo 1, Huijie Feng 1

Affiliation(s)

1 School of Management, Hunan University of Technology and Business, No. 569 Yuelu Avenue, Changsha, China

Corresponding Author

Qian Luo

ABSTRACT

Large emergencies have had a huge impact on China's economy, and people's health and safety, and in recent years, they have shown a fluctuating rebound trend. The risk situation is severe and complex, and the sudden and abnormal nature of disasters is becoming increasingly evident. As an essential part of emergency rescue, emergency protective equipment plays a pivotal role in ensuring the basic life, health, and safety of the people in the affected areas. To alleviate the problem of insufficient emergency logistics supply capacity of protective articles in China, this paper systematically combed the relevant research of domestic and foreign scholars in this field, established an evaluation index system of emergency logistics supply capacity of protective articles by using fuzzy comprehensive evaluation method, and took the supply of emergency protective articles during the COVID-19 in Wuhan, Hubei Province as an example, empirically tested and analyzed the importance of specific influencing factors on supply capacity, Finally, it proposes countermeasures and suggestions in three aspects: plan and exercise, auxiliary support capabilities, and emergency logistics technology.

KEYWORDS

Emergencies, emergency logistics of protective equipment, supply capacity, fuzzy comprehensive evaluation

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Qian Luo, Huijie Feng, Research on Evaluation of Emergency Logistics Supply Capacity of Protective Equipment in Emergencies. Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (2023) Vol. 4: 70-78. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/msom.2023.040210.

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