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Fire Science and Engineering 2018;32(2):110-117.
DOI:    Published online April 30, 2018.
무각본소방훈련 평가시스템 개발에 관한 연구
김승일, 임정원, 김재경, 김준우
A Study on Evaluation System Development for Unexpected Scenarios Fire-Fighting Drill
Kim Seung-Il, Lim Jeong-Won, Kim Jae-Kyeong, Kim Jun-Woo
1Korea Fire Safety Association
2Korea Fire Safety Association
3Korea Fire Safety Association
본 연구는 기존 소방훈련의 문제점을 극복하고, 화재대응능력을 향상시키기 위한 실효성 있는 소방훈련시스템을 구축하고자 수행되었다. 무각본 소방훈련 평가시스템은 계획된 시나리오 없이 훈련을 진행하면서 정량화된 훈련결과를 실시간으로 도출할 수 있어 현재의 훈련수준을 객관화시킬 수 있다는 장점이 있다. 이를 위해 IoT센서 기반의 훈련평가시스템을 구축하였으며 대상처 맞춤형 훈련이 가능하도록 구성하였다. 또한 현장훈련테스트를 통해 평가시스템의 적용성을 검토하여 정량화된 결과를 도출하였다. 이러한 평가시스템을 통해 소방훈련을 체계화, 정량화할 수 있으며 훈련자의 소방안전의식 제고 및 실질적 화재대응능력 향상에 기여할 것이라 판단된다.
This study aims to overcome the problems of existing fire fighting drills and build a practical and effective fire fighting drill system to enhance emergency response capabilities. The unexpected scenarios fire fighting drill is to conduct drills with no scenarios and draw conclusions with quantified outcomes in real time, which provides the object evaluation system. The unexpected scenarios fire fighting drill is based on the IoT sensor-based drill evaluation system to suit individual requirement of drilling spots. This study also includes drill field test conducted to examine the applicability of the evaluation system for quantified outcomes. It is considered that the evaluation system of this paper will contribute to systematization and quantification of fire fighting drill, raise trainees' safety consciousness, and ultimately increase the actual fire fighting response capabilities.
Key Words: IoT based evaluation, Unexpected scenarios fire drill, Emergency response capability, Drill field test, Safety consciousness

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