Management of Risks in Natural Disasters: A Systematic Review of the Literature on NATECH Events. Nascimento, K. R. & Alencar, M. H. 44:347–359.
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NATECH events have produced great impacts in different parts of the world, and have become a matter of great relevance to modern society. Although the probability of such events occurring is low, they have major impacts and a high level of complexity in terms of risk management, because they are the result of cascading events. In this article, a systematic review of the literature on NATECH events is conducted which presents analysis based on a survey of the specific articles on this subject which were published between 2000 and 2015. The steps of the research are presented throughout the text. Data and information are compiled, interconnected and described including aspects such as the frequency of publication of papers on the subject over the years, types of natural disasters and the sectors of industry most tackled in the articles evaluated, and the tools and methodologies used in managing these risks. The results achieved in this analysis serve as support for the development of future research studies, thereby providing important information on the subject.
@article{nascimentoManagementRisksNatural2016,
  title = {Management of Risks in Natural Disasters: A Systematic Review of the Literature on {{NATECH}} Events},
  author = {Nascimento, Kayo R. and Alencar, Marcelo H.},
  date = {2016-11},
  journaltitle = {Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries},
  volume = {44},
  pages = {347--359},
  issn = {0950-4230},
  doi = {10.1016/j.jlp.2016.10.003},
  url = {http://mfkp.org/INRMM/article/14260604},
  abstract = {NATECH events have produced great impacts in different parts of the world, and have become a matter of great relevance to modern society. Although the probability of such events occurring is low, they have major impacts and a high level of complexity in terms of risk management, because they are the result of cascading events. In this article, a systematic review of the literature on NATECH events is conducted which presents analysis based on a survey of the specific articles on this subject which were published between 2000 and 2015. The steps of the research are presented throughout the text. Data and information are compiled, interconnected and described including aspects such as the frequency of publication of papers on the subject over the years, types of natural disasters and the sectors of industry most tackled in the articles evaluated, and the tools and methodologies used in managing these risks. The results achieved in this analysis serve as support for the development of future research studies, thereby providing important information on the subject.},
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