Supply chain risk identification based on inherent safety
  
View Full Text  View/Add Comment  Download reader
DOI:
KeyWord:Inherent safety, Supply Chain Operation Reference (SCOR) model, Risk identification, Index system
     
AuthorInstitution
Liangfei Sun School of Management Engineering and Business, Hebei University of Engineering, Hebei
Xiao Zhang School of Management Engineering and Business, Hebei University of Engineering, Hebei
Hits: 112
Download times: 83
Abstract:
      As the integrated supply chain is more complex, many risk factors come from the inside and outside of the supply chain. Moreover, setting up additional protection system can not solve the risk loss problem of inherent supply chain fundamentally. Hence we need to consider the inherent safety, and then identify the source of risk. The SCOR model can clearly describe that the entire supply chain's composition, structure, and operation flow. Based on this, the 4 levels of the model top layer, configuration layer, element layer and implementation layer are applied to study the integrated supply chain risk. The overall risk of supply chain is divided into five categories, namely demand risk, supply risk, operation process risk, environment risk and system risk, according to the characteristics of the main components of integrated supply chain. And, in order to identify the supply chain risk of an enterprise we establish a index system of supply chain risk identification.
Close