Research on Emergency Management Ability Evaluation of Sudden Landslide Event

RuiXi LUO, Xue LI


In recent years, landslides occur frequently in China, which has brought great harm to people’s life and social security. Based on the relevant literature on landslide events and emergency management ability evaluation, this study constructs a set of effective landslide emergency management ability evaluation index system. At the same time, this study also comprehensively uses quantitative analysis and qualitative research methods to construct the evaluation model of landslide emergency management ability, and takes the “7.23” Shuicheng landslide event in Guizhou as an example. The results show that our government’s ability to deal with sudden landslides still needs to be improved, and the government should strengthen and improve early warning and prediction, information management and public opinion supervision. This study has certain practical significance and guiding role for the research of emergency management of sudden landslide.


Landslide; Emergency management capability; Index system; Evaluation model

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