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1 National perspective: Sweden European & national perspective (EU & National policy needs, databases and their objectives/utilization of data) Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency Lessons Learned Section Centre for Climate & Safety Magnus Johansson

2 Swedish Natural Hazards Information System - gathered and holistic learning from past events Aim of the database and general information Supports risk analyses societal planning development in crisis management Education

3 Swedish Natural Hazards Information System - gathered and holistic learning from past events C. 70 events (30 in english) 1950 – present No other tresholds c. 200 are relevant to include Content of the database

4 Swedish Natural Hazards Information System - gathered and holistic learning from past events Place, time, type of hazard Cause Prevention & preparedness Course of event Hazard impact Lessons learned Reports (pdf-files) Other information Graphics / Photo Content of the database

5 Example: Flood at Arvika 2000 Hazard impact Fatalities: 0 Injured: 0 Evacuated: No information Isolated: No information Environmental damage: Yes Physical elements: Yes Business practices: Yes Economic losses: SEK 306 million In Arvika, the town park, the port area with its commercial activities, some low-lying streets and a cemetery were under water. Some strict regulation of traffic was required in the streets closed due to flooding. Rail services were suspended for several weeks, increasing the pressure on bus services. Some commercial activities affected by flooding were transferred to other premises. The tourist information office suffered severe water damage and had to be demolished. Other buildings damaged by water suffered only slight damage. The Värmland road network was badly affected. Many roads were flooded and damaged by erosion and had to be completely or partially closed. County roads 175 and 172 were flooded and the National Road Administration had to carry out extensive repairs and regulate traffic. Flooding or erosion were reported from: road 669 flooding at Bytjärnet, road 66 at Åbrona landslip, road 523 landslip, E18 motorway at Knäsjön landslip, road 530 flooding at Pellerud, road 531 at Bäck, road 529 and road 545 at Kila, road 175 Norra Stömne-Aspsäter, road 667 at Gårstaviksmossen, road 533 at Råglanda, road 547 at Liljendal and flooding on the Odenstad road. Severe damage occurred for private property owners, farmers and other business proprietors. There is no comprehensive account of the damage sustained by this group.

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9 Swedish Natural Hazards Information System Sources: Central authorities County administrative boards Municipalities Evaluations and follow-ups in the aftermath of events Collection of data & technical questions

10 Flood 2000 The National Board of Health and Wellfare Health Critical infrastructure Swedish National Board of Psychological Defence Risk perceptions Svenska Kraftnät Dam security Hydrology Arvika Municipality Critical infrastructure Social vulnerability Swedish Rescue Services Agency Response Swedish Defence Research Agency Crisis management Swedish Armed Forces Response Management Arvika Municipality Response Information to public Research reports: Hydrology Flood control Business Associations: Follow-ups & evaluations Coping capacity Exposed & susceptible elements

11 Storm 2005 The Parliamentary Committee on Transport and Communications Transportation & communication Swedish Rail Administration Railway Swedish Road Administration Transportation Swedish Energy Agency Energy supply Svenska Kraftnät Energy supply Swedish National Institute of Public Health Health National Food Administration Water supply The National Board of Health and Wellfare Social vulnerability The Swedish Board of Agriculture Agriculture & economy Swedish Forest Agency Forestry & Environment Economy, Noxious insects Swedish Rescue Services Agency Risk for forest fires Swedish Work Environment Authority Recovery & work environment Swedish National Electrical Safety Board Recovery & electrical safety Swedish Emergency Management Agency Crisis management Swedish Church Crisis management County Board of Kronoberg Crisis management and response County Board of Jonkoping Crisis management and response Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions Crisis management The National Board of Housing, Building and Planning Prevention & planning Swedish Armed Forces Telecommunications Swedish Rescue Services Agency Technical infrastructure during response Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute Weather forecast & early warning Research reports: Social vulnerability Crisis management x 2 Experience of crisis management Lessons learning Climatology x 2 Business Associations: Swedish Insurance Federation Economy Swedish Forest Industries Federation Economy Follow-ups & evaluations Coping capacity Exposed & susceptible elements

12 Swedish Natural Hazards Information System Sources: Central authorities County administrative boards Municipalities Evaluations and follow-ups in the aftermath of events 45-75% is about crisis management and response MSB collects the documents. MSB uses a guideline on what data to search for and compile. Collection of data & technical questions


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