Warrnambool exchange fire - resilience and emergency management

Gregory, M, Scholfield, K, Ahmed, K, McLaren, D, Williams, J and Marshall, H 2014, 'Warrnambool exchange fire - resilience and emergency management', Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 72.1-72.17.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Warrnambool exchange fire - resilience and emergency management
Author(s) Gregory, M
Scholfield, K
Ahmed, K
McLaren, D
Williams, J
Marshall, H
Year 2014
Journal name Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy
Volume number 2
Issue number 4
Start page 72.1
End page 72.17
Total pages 17
Publisher Telecommunication Society of Australia Ltd
Abstract Effective emergency management of a disaster at a single point of failure is vital if the effects of the disaster are to be mitigated. The immediate impacts of a disaster highlight stakeholder perspectives. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to every disaster. Nevertheless, analysing features, aftermath, impact and interim services made available after a disaster provide lessons that can be utilised to avert or mitigate the effects of similar events in the future. This paper provides lessons learnt from the a fire that occurred in 2012 in the Warrnambool telephone exchange located in Victoria, Australia and proposes a strategy that provides increased network resilience and more effective emergency management once the copper-based core switching in exchanges is progressively replaced by fibre service area modules.
Subject Optical Networks and Systems
Data Communications
DOI - identifier 10.7790/ajtde.v2n4.72
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ISSN 2203-1693
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