Abstract of SD-90-2
National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Japan
Introduction -Scheme of the Information Retrieval System in the Research Institute of Industrial Safety-
|Yoshimi SUZUKI, Yutaka MAEDA, Shigeo HANAYASU and Takayuki ANDO|
: The development of the Database System for Labour Accident Fact Exploration (abbreviated as Database "SAFE" in this series of studies) has been attempted, and the parts of it were already reported in recent publications of RIIS (The Research Institute of Industrial Safety).
Development of the Deta Entry System to the Detabase of the Information Retrieval System in the Research Institute of Industrial Safety
|Yutaka MAEDA, Yoshimi SUZUKI and Shigeo HANAYASU|
: Five pieces of database are included in the information retrieval system of the Research Institute of industrial Safety, "SAFE-II". They use FAIRS-I as a common D.B.M.S. (database management system). However, they are fundamentally independent of each other. So, the data entry system for each database has been developed in the different way. In this report the detail of such data entry system is discussed.
Improvement of the Datebase of the Labor Accident Report
|Yoshimi SUZUKI and Yutaka MAEDA|
: In the RIIS (Research Institute of Industrial Safety), the Information Retrieval System concerning labour accidents has been developed and was released in service for assisting research activities. This system has been referred to as "SAFE" which stands for "the Database System for Labour Accident Fact Exploration".
Development of the Datebase on Accidents Concerning Explosion and Fire, and Crane Operation
|Takayuki ANDO, Yutaka MAEDA and Yoshimi SUZUKI|
: As is shown in chapter 3, the Database "SAFE" treats the informations described on the first pages of Investigation Reports of labour accidents by the Ministry of Labour.
Devolopment of a Book Registrarion and Datebase System for the Library
|Shigeo HANAYASU, Yoshimi SUZUKI and Yutaka MAEDA|
: The main library in the Research Institute for Industrial Safety was founded to provide centralized processing services for academic publications in the Tamachi head office in 1971. Since then, the collection of books and periodicals related to industrial safety have increased steadly. By the end of 1989, the registration of book collection exceeds more than 10,000 volumes including more than 2,000 foreign books.