The Importance Of Safety And Safety

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Mobility is one of the greatest achievements and challenges in today 's technology world. Import and export goods, business travel or leisure is needed transportation that will commute between homes and workplaces. In all these cases, we strongly rely on the continued functioning of a wide array of complex machinery and equipment for our everyday safety and security. No matter we travel by car, by rail, or by air, we expect all equipment and personnel to function safely wherever and whenever we need them. According to Pietre and Chaudet, (2010), safety is the relative freedom from danger, threat of harm, risk, loss or injury to personnel and/or property, whether caused by accident or deliberately. However security refers to the protection and prevention against assault, fraud, damage, invasion of privacy, theft, unlawful entry as well as occurrences caused by deliberate action. Security also refers to malicious and voluntary actions (“unauthorized”, “access”, “against”, “sabotage”, “achieving”, “actions” and “malicious”) with some specific terms related to information security (example like “confidentiality”, “integrity” and “availability”). According to Matsika (2013), safety defines as the proofs of mitigating the effect of unintentional failures in the system while security is the process of mitigating the effects of intentional attacks on the system. Within the transportation policy perspective, it can be regarded as high risk consideration when there is encountering
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