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Safety inspection of ground subsidence

Safety inspection of ground subsidence

  • Background of promotion
    • KISTEC assists in municipal government safety management services by organizing ground probing teams at KISTEC to aid in municipal government safety management services in order to prevent ground subsidence
  • Basic direction
    • Safety inspection is performed on ground subsidence on highways or pedestrian walkways as requested by municipal governments in order to prevent ground subsidence in vulnerable areas; steady monitoring is performed to determine the repair required for jointly checked areas.

Support for the legislation of statutes subordinate to the Underground Safety Act

  • Basic direction
    • Prevent confusion in the early stage of enforcement and enhance implementation power in connection with the enforcement of the Special Act on Underground Safety Control, including research on subordinate statutes and other related matters
Enforcement record
Status of Technical Staff Employment
Year Basic design Detailed design
2015 Research on the development of manual for the control of daily life signs and safety control in preparation against ground subsidence Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Research on developing methods for assessing underground safety (degree of risk) for preventing ground subsidence (sink) Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Research on developing management means for preventing ground sinking in downtown areas Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement (KAIA)
2016 Research on detailed guidelines and model projects for the assessment of underground safety impact KISTEC
Research on developing management means for preventing ground sinking in downtown areas (2nd year) Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement (KAIA)
2017 Research on developing service guidelines for underground safety control system Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Research on developing the National Basic Plan for Underground Safety Control Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Research on developing criteria for computing service rates for the assessment of underground safety impact Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
Project for supplementing detailed guidelines and model projects for the assessment of underground safety impact KISTEC
Research on developing management means for preventing ground sinking in downtown areas (3rd year) Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement (KAIA)