Indonesia is a country located between three tectonic plates which make it very vulnerable to disasters. Ensuring that support arrives on time precisely in quality and quantity is the responsibility of all the supply chain elements. The activities of the supports supply chain when a disaster occurs have several risks that must be asses and the most prioritized risk will have the mitigation design to minimize the impact of these risks. This research was conducted in three government departments that handle support for disaster victims in Aceh, namely Aceh Province Bureau of Logistics, Aceh Province Board For Disaster Management and Aceh Province Social Department. SCOR Model is used to build the mapping of supply chain activities then A Fuzzy-Based HOR method is used to identify and provide a risk assessment which consist of severity, occurence and correlation of each risk events and risk agents. The results shows that there are 25 risk events and 27 risk agents successfully identified in the supports supply chain for disaster victims in Aceh. From the results of the risk evaluation using a Pareto diagram there are three risk agents with the highest Aggregated Potential Risk (APR) value. Those risk agents are the new employees still in the training process, unpredictible demand and error of the management planning. The mitigation strategy built in the form of a mindmap modelling with a long-term solution for each risk agent related to risk events that potentially appear.
Keyword: Disaster, Risk, Supply Chain, SCOR, A Fuzzy-Based HOR Assesment Method, Mitigation Modelling