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nojoumi A. Proposing a Strategic Model for Technological Crisis management - A Case Study on South Pars Gas Complex – Assaluyeh-Bushehr-IRAN . jgs 2020; 20 (56) :205-221
URL: http://jgs.khu.ac.ir/article-1-3203-en.html
1- south pars gas complex , ar.nojoumi@gmail.com
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Quite a lot of people are employed in gas production and refining industry in IRAN. In case of weakness or lack of having an effective management, the associated companies will impose heavy damage to the country. In this regard, to achieve consistency and safety in IRAN, ascendancy of management in these companies is one of the main and effective attempts. In order to manage the crisis of technological hazards in south pars gas complex, this study presents a strategic model. To this end, firstly, a review of all research and previous studies is done. The statistical population of this study is 35 persons including managers, safety experts, HSE, and Passive Defense experts. Effective factors on technological hazards management is defined as: leadership and management, human resource, organizational culture, organization agility, organization systems, local infrastructures, production continuity and, continuum inspection is determined through an exhaustive investigation. Subsequently, a questionnaire using Delphi technique is prepared and conducted over the statistical population. The obtained data was analyzed with SPSS and AMOS software, and the results showed that among the other factors, human resource has more considerable effect on crisis management.
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Received: 2018/06/2 | Accepted: 2018/10/31

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