ANALYSIS OF SUPPLY CHAIN RISKS USING SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATION REFERENCE (SCOR) HOUSE OF RISK (HOR) AND FUZZY ANALYTICAL NETWORK PROCESS (FANP) METHOD


Irwan Sukendar, Brav Deva Bernadhi, Basri

Abstract: This paper the risk of supply chain systems using the method of Supply Chain Operation Reference (SCOR), House of Risk (HOR) and Fuzzy Analytical Network Process (FANP). The SCOR method is used to identify risks that will appear in the supply chain flow by dividing into five processes, namely plan, source, make, deliver, and return. Furthermore, the HOR method is used to identify risk sources so as to obtain the aggregate risk potential (ARP). As for designing risk handling, the FANP method is used so that it produces a sequence of weights from risk handling. A case in a paralon pipe company was used for the application of research. From this study, 25 risk events and 25 risk sources were identified to get 25 Aggregate Risk Potential (ARP). The Pareto chart is used to get 10 Risk agents. The HOR method is used to obtain 23 alternative risk controls. Furthermore, the FANP method is used to determine the priority of 23 risk controls. And with a table, we get the priority order of risk control.

Keywords: Supply Chain; Risk; House of Risk; Fuzzy Analytical Network Process

DOI: 10.24874/IJQR16.01-15

Recieved: 20.04.2021  Accepted: 01.11.2021  UDC: 005.52:005.334

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