Integrated protection of organizations which have to be transferred for working under war conditions

Authors

  • Aleksandr D. Bulva State Educational Establishment «University of Сivil Protection of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus»; 220118, Belarus, Minsk, ul. Mashinostroiteley, 25 https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9887-8759
  • Evgeniy A. Beznosik Main Department of the State System of Emergency Prevention and Response and Civil Defense of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus; 220030, Belarus, Minsk, ul. Revolyutsionnaya, 5
  • Aleksandr V. Lebedkin State Establishment «Research Institute of the Belarusian Armed Forces»; 220103, Belarus, Minsk, ul. Slavinskogo, 4/3

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33408/2519-237X.2020.4-1.59

Keywords:

wartime, civil defense, engineering and technical measures, comprehensive protection, management, stability

Abstract

Purpose. The purpose of the article is to develop a model, structure and principles for the implementation of integrated protection of the organizations which have to be transferred for working under war conditions.

Methods. General scientific research methods are used: induction and deduction, analysis and synthesis, comparison and generalization, analogy.

Findings. A procedure was developed for implementing integrated protection in organizations that continue to work in wartime; a hierarchical model of the protection system was proposed, the principles of the implementation of protective measures were formulated.

Application field of research. The result of the study is the contribution to the development of the theory of civil defense; it can be used in processing the requirements of technical regulatory legal acts in terms of clarifying the principles of the implementation of protective measures in organizations that would continue to work under wartime conditions, the structure and management system of integrated protection in organizations.

Author Biographies

Aleksandr D. Bulva, State Educational Establishment «University of Сivil Protection of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus»; 220118, Belarus, Minsk, ul. Mashinostroiteley, 25

Chair of Civil Protection, Associate Professor

Evgeniy A. Beznosik, Main Department of the State System of Emergency Prevention and Response and Civil Defense of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus; 220030, Belarus, Minsk, ul. Revolyutsionnaya, 5

Department of Planning and the Organization of SSES and SD, Chief Specialist

Aleksandr V. Lebedkin, State Establishment «Research Institute of the Belarusian Armed Forces»; 220103, Belarus, Minsk, ul. Slavinskogo, 4/3

Chief Researcher; Grand PhD in Military Sciences, Professor

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Published

2020-02-20

How to Cite

Bulva А., Beznosik Е. and Lebedkin А. (2020) “Integrated protection of organizations which have to be transferred for working under war conditions”, Journal of Civil Protection, 4(1), pp. 59–73. doi: 10.33408/2519-237X.2020.4-1.59.

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