Integrated Site Investigation Procedure (ISIP) for Managing Infrastructure Development

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Omar R.C.
Taha H.
Baharuddin I.N.Z.
Solemon B.
Roslan R.
Wahab W.A.
Fared M.M.
Hashim W.N.S.W.
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A new approach for landslide risk management and evaluation is presented in this paper as an Integrated Site Investigation Procedure (ISIP) and Landslide Maintenance Management by the application of the Geographic Information System (GIS). This latest technique would identify and generate land zoning for incorporation into the Malaysian Land Planning System for construction approval. ISIP can help develop cost-effective approaches for subsurface studies, site planning, sampling methods, data analysis, simulation prediction, and mitigation strategies for the particular areas. Non-technical decision-makers are often required to help determine the condition before taking necessary technological steps. The main objective of the research was to analyze, improve and evaluate desk studies and mapping methods that would allow fast and accurate landslide evaluations to be exercised from national to site-specific for the management of infrastructure planning. The suggested methods for risk identification and evaluation in this paper would promote risk determination by a potential empirical study of landslide hazards using a case study carried out in the district of Jeli, Kelantan, Malaysia. This latest approach is useful for the evaluation of landslide hazards for land suitability requirements, particularly in Malaysia. � 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
Cost effectiveness; Decision making; Hazards; Information management; Landslides; Risk assessment; Risk management; Zoning; And system; Infrastructure development; Integrated sites; Landslide hazard; Landslide risk managements; Malaysia; Methodology; New approaches; Risk evaluation; Site investigations; Risk analysis