Ensuring radiation safety in conditions of full-scale combat operations by organizing the management of the civil protection system in the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Keywords: radiation safety, management, emergency, damage, efficiency

Abstract

Purpose: development of recommendations on increasing the effectiveness of the organization of the management of the forces and means of the defense forces during their use and elimination of emergency situations with a radiation damage factor.

Method: probability theory method, synthesis method.

Findings: recommendations have been developed to increase the operational efficiency of the management system during emergency situations and optimize the resources of the defense forces during emergency situations.

Theoretical implications: organization of effective management of defense forces under the influence of the radiation factor.

Papertype: descriptive and research.

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2023-10-31
How to Cite
Tertyshnyy, B., & Meshcheriakov, I. (2023). Ensuring radiation safety in conditions of full-scale combat operations by organizing the management of the civil protection system in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Social Development and Security, 13(5), 210-217. https://doi.org/10.33445/sds.2023.13.5.20
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Civil Security