A risk management framework for maritime Pollution Preparedness and Response: Concepts, processes and tools

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Valtteri Laine, Floris Goerlandt, Osiris Valdez Banda, Michael Baldauf, Yvonne Koldenhof, Jorma Rytkönen. A risk management framework for maritime Pollution Preparedness and Response: Concepts, processes and tools. Marine Pollution Bulletin 171 (2021), 112724, ISSN 0025-326X. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2021.112724

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Title: A risk management framework for maritime Pollution Preparedness and Response: Concepts, processes and tools
Author: Laine, Valtteri; Goerlandt, Floris; Banda, Osiris Valdez; Baldauf, Michael; Koldenhof, Yvonne; Rytkönen, Jorma
Publisher: Elsevier
Date: 2021
Language: en
Belongs to series: Marine Pollution Bulletin 171 (2021), 112724
ISSN: 0025-326X
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/334382
Abstract: Several risk management frameworks have been introduced in the literature for maritime Pollution Preparedness and Response (PPR). However, in light of the actual needs of the competent authorities, there is still a lack of framework that is established on a sound risk conceptual basis, addresses the different risk management decision-making contexts of organizations, and provides tools for various risk management questions of this field. To alleviate the limits of existing approaches, this paper introduces a new risk management framework for this purpose, which was developed in cooperation with the competent authorities and other maritime experts. The framework adopts the risk-informed decision-making strategy and includes three aligned components. The first component provides a unified theoretical risk concept to the framework through an interpretation of the Society for Risk Analysis risk approach. The second consists of four ISO 31000:2018 standard based processes focused on different risk management decision-making contexts of the PPR organizations. The third comprises a set of practical risk assessment tools to generate the needed information. A case study provides an example of the functionality of this framework with integrated data from the northern Baltic Sea. To conclude, a risk concept is provided for the PPR authorities and their stakeholders as well as processes for managing the risk and tools for its assessment.
Description: Highlights • A new risk management framework for maritime Pollution Preparedness and Response is proposed. • The framework aims to comply with the complex reality of Pollution Preparedness and Response risk management. • The framework is based on the current scientific knowledge and practical needs of its end-users.
Subject: marine pollution
pollution preparedness and response
risk management
risk concept
risk assessment
oil pollution damages
oil spill prevention and response
damage prevention
environmental damages
decision making
Baltic Sea
Subject (ysa): öljyvahingot
öljyntorjunta
vahingontorjunta
ympäristövahingot
riskinarviointi
riskienhallinta
päätöksenteko
merien saastuminen
Itämeri


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