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Fire Science and Engineering 2018;32(4):110-121.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.7731/KIFSE.2018.32.4.110    Published online August 31, 2018.
소방용 화학보호복 착용 현장대원의 일상 훈련용 프로토콜 설계 및 활동성 분석
김시국, 임우섭, 홍성철
1호서대학교 소방방재학과
2한국소방산업기술원
3호서대학교 안전환경기술융합학과
Design of Daily Training Protocol for Field Crews Wearing Chemical Protective Clothing for Firefighting and Analysis of Activity
Kim Si-Kuk, Lim Woo-Sub, Hong SungChul
1Dept. of Fire and Disaster Protection Engineering, Hoseo University
2Korea Fire Institute
3Dept. of Convergence Technology for Safety and Environment, Hoseo University
요약
본 논문은 소방용 화학보호복 착용 현장대원의 일상 훈련용 프로토콜 설계 및 활동성 분석에 관한 연구이다. 화학사고 및 화학테러 현장에 최초 투입되는 소방대원들의 대처능력 향상 및 안전성 확보를 위해 총 10단계의 일상 훈련용 프로토콜을 설계하였다. 설계된 프로토콜은 크게 소방용 화학보호복 일상 적응을 위한 광범위 활동 프로토콜(1, 2, 6, 7, 9단계)과 손을 활용한 정밀작업 프로토콜(3, 4, 5단계) 그리고 강한 신체적 부담을 요구하는 프로토콜(8, 10단계)로 구성하였다. 프로토콜에 따른 활동성 측정결과 소방용 화학보호복 착용 시가 미착용 시보다 평균최대심박수는 1단계 20.32%, 2단계 18.69%, 3단계 25.23%, 4단계 34.77%, 5단계 27.44%, 6단계 30.24%, 7단계 25.33%, 8단계 22.25%, 9단계 22.80%, 10단계 20.85% 증가되는 것으로 나타났다. 평균최대호흡수는 1단계 및 2단계를 제외하고 3단계 1.92%, 4단계 4.11%, 5단계 1.24%, 6단계 3.95%, 7단계 0.93%, 8단계 10.23%, 9단계 3.36%, 10단계 15.10% 증가되는 것으로 나타났다.
Abstract
The present article is concerned with a study on the daily training protocol for field crews wearing chemical protection clothing for firefighting and the analysis of activity. To improve coping ability of & secure safety for firefighting crews initially incorporated in the fields of chemical accident & chemical terror, 10 steps in total of daily training protocol have been designed. The designed protocol is largely composed of the extensive activity protocol for daily adaptation of firefighting chemical protection clothing (steps 1, 2, 6, 7 & 9), the precision operation protocol utilizing hands (steps 3, 4 & 5), and the protocol requiring strong physical burdens (steps 8 & 10). According to the measurement results for activity as a result of the protocol, the average maximum heart rate upon wearing the firefighting chemical protection clothing was shown to increase by step 1 20.32%, step 2 18.69%, step 3 25.23%, step 4 34.77%, step 5 27.44%, step 6 30.24%, step 7 25.33%, step 8 22.25%, step 9 22.80% and step 10 20.85% compared with the time of not wearing them. The average maximum breathing rate was shown to increase by step 3 1.92%, step 4 4.11%, step 5 1.24%, step 6 3.95%, step 7 0.93%, step 8 10.23%, step 9 3.36% and step 10 15.10%, except for steps 1 & 2.
Key Words: Chemical protective clothing, Firefighter, Daily training, Protocol, Activity analysis
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