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1 Designing of Training Module Of MULTI HAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN Workshop on Blended Learning on Environmental Statistics for Disaster Risk Management

2 Learning Needs Mitigation Plan/ Integration with on going developmental progrmme Evaluation Monitor the implementation with proper coordination Risk Assessment E-learning and preparation of modules

3 Target groups District level officers Block level officers DM Practitioners Non Governmental Organization

4 Module I Physical Parameters (Demography) Module -II Risk / hazard analysis Module-III Risk Assessment Module-IVVulnerability analysis Module-V Mitigation plan

5 The purpose of preparing District Disaster Management Action Plan (DDMAP) is appended To ascertain the status of existing resources and facilities available with the various agencies involved in the management of disaster in the district. Assess their adequacies and short falls if any in providing a multi- disaster response Suggest institutional strengthening, technology support, up gradation of information systems and data management for improving the quality of administrative responses to disasters at the district level and finally.

6 To evolve Blended Learning as an effective managerial tool. In the absence of a defined plan response to a disaster would be arbitrary leading to over emphasis of some actions of other actions which could be critical. Moreover, due to absence of a defined response structure and responsibilities allocations there would be mismanagement of resources and overlap of actions be various agencies which may exacerbate the situation there by compounding the disaster effect.

7 A formal planning for managing disasters is there for necessary to ensure minimize of hardship. This can be achieved only prove through:- Preplanning a proper sequence of response actions Allocation of responsibilities to the participating agencies Effective management of resources, and Developing codes and standard operating procedures for smooth coordination between various departments and relief agencies involved The objectives of any DDMAP should be to localize a disaster and to the maximum extent possible contain it so as to minimize the impact on life, the environment and property.

8 Contents MULTI HAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN Module 1. Physical Parameters (Demography) 1.1Why is it 1.Objective 2.Disaster 1.2Overview of the District 1.3(a)Preliminary Block Profile 1.4(b)Preliminary Sub-Division profile 1.5Demographic details 1.Household details 2.Population 3.Type of workers 4.Literacy Rate in percentage

9 B.TOPOGRAPHICAL DETAILS 1.Claimate & Rainfall 2.Rain Recording Stations 3.Monthwise Highest & Lowest Temperature recorded in the District 4.Gegrophical area (a) Paddy 1.Month wise highest & Lowest Temperature recorded in the district 2.Gegrophical area (a) Paddy 1.Land Holding Pattern 2.Crop Pattern 3.Livelihood details 4.Drinking water 5.River / Canal 6.List of Embankments 7.River carrying capacity 8.Availability of Irrigation 9.Minor Irrigation Projects 10.Irrigation facilities & Sources 11.Infrastructure 12.Industries 13.Financial Institutions 14.Communication facilities 15.Power station & electric installation 16.Communication Network Road Net Work

10 Resource Invention / capacity analysis 1.Energy contingency plan 2.Storage facilities with capacity 3.Public Distribution system 4.PHC 5.Police Station 6.Sub-Post Offices 7.Fire Station information 8.Identificatiion of flood shelters 9.Earth moving and road cleaning equipments 10.Traders 11.Transportation (Road & Water) 12.Alternative energy sources 13.Private Professional 14.List of NGOs 15.Volunteers Profile 16.Trainers profile

11 Module -II Risk / hazard analysis 1.History of disaster and Probability of Disaster in the District 2.Seasonality of Hazard

12 Module-IIIRisk Assessment

13 Module-IVVulnerability analysis 1.Infrastructure vulnerability against Hazard 2.Identification of weak and vulnerable embankments

14 Module-V Mitigation plan Sector wise vulnerability Reduction Measures

15 CRISIS RESPONSE STRUCTURE OF THE BLOCK A.Early warning Dissemination & Response Plan Sample of Message Press Release Evacuation, search and Rescue Medical and First AID Car Cass / Dead Bodies Disposal Shelter Management Water and Sanitation Relief Infrastructure Restoration Cattle camps Check list. B. CHEFKLIST FOR VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS A.Collector and District Magistrate B.CMO C.Executive Engineer Irrigation / Flood Control. D.Deputy Director, Agriculture E.Deputy Director, ARDD F.Executive Engineer (RD/PWD)

16 CHECKLIST : DO’s AND DON’Ts (a) Operational guidelines of what to do in the event of a Flood (b) Operational Guidelines of what to do in the event of a Cyclone ( c)Operational guidelines of what to do in the event of a Heat Wave (d) Operational guidelines of what to do in the event of a Drought. DEVELOPMENT INIATIVES / LINKAGES A. Short term plan B. Long term plan C. Mock Drills plan INPORTANT NAME AND TELEPHONE NO.- LIST OF MER AND CSSR EQUIPMENTS – CRISIS RESPONSE STRUCTURE PREPAREDNESS CHECKLIST FOR VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS

17 Sl.No.NameDesignationAddress Phone number 1. District Magistrate & Collector (Chairman) DM’s office(South) OfficeResidence 2. Addl. District Magistrate & Collector ( Convenor ) 3.Superintendent of police (Member) 4.Project Director (DRDA), Member 5. Dy. Director Agriculture, Member 6.Chief Medical Officer(S), Member 7.SE (PWD ), Member 8.SE (Electrical ), Member 9.Dy. Director Fishery, Member DISTRICT LEVEL

18 SUB-DIVISIONAL COMMITTEE SUB-DIVISIONAL COMMITTEE Name Designation AddressPhone nos. 1. S.D.M, Udaipur (Chief Co-ordinator ) OfficeResidence 2. Block Development Officer ( Member ) 3 Sub-Divisional Police Officer Member. 4. Sub-Divisional Controller, Member 5.Ex. Engineer(PWD), Member 6.Ex. Engineer (PHC), Member 7.SDMO, Member, Udaipur 8. DC & Magistrate of circle, Member 9.SA, Agriculture, Member 10.VAS, ARDD, Member 11.Medical Officer (in charge ), Member

19 BLOCK LEVEL COMMITTEE Designation AddressPhone no Block Development Officer, Co-ordinator OfficeResidence Gram Pradhan, Member Panchyat Secretary, Member Tahasilder, Member One Teacher, Member One Social Worker, Member One Village Mother, Member

20 Overview of the District Longitude-92, 22’ & 91 59’ East. Location:- Latitude 22 56’ & 24% 32’ North. Area:- 2624.35 Sq.km. No. of Sub-Divisions:- 4(four). No. of Blocks :- 11 (eleven). Preliminary block profile

21 Sl.NoName of blockLocation Distance from Sub-Div. H.Q Distance from District Hqa. Phone Number Of the BDO OfficeResidence Sl.No Name of the block Total No.of HH PopulationCategory AdultChildren 5 yrs. TotalSCSTOBCGEN Demography Preliminary block profile House hold information Sl.No.Name of the blockNo. of APL HHNo. of BPL HH STSCOBCGENSTSCOBCGEN

22 Population Sl.NoName of the blockSCSTOBCGENTotal MFMFMFMFMF Type of workers Sl.No.Type of workers Skilled workersSemi Skilled workers.Un-skilled workersTotal workers MFMFMFMF Literacy rate Sl.No. Type of workers Skilled workers Semi Skilled workers. Un-skilled workersTotal workers MF M FMFMF

23 Topographical factor SL.No.Month Average Rainfall (in mm) Actual Rainfall (in mm ) 1January’03 2.February’03 3.March’03 4.April’03 5.May 6.June 7.July 8.August 9.September 10.October 11.November 12.December 13.January’04 14.February’04

24 Rain Recording stations SL.No.Location of rain recording stationsTelephone numbers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Total No. of rain recording stations in the District Location of rain recording stations- Month wise Highest and Lowest Temperature recorded in the District. Month Maximum temperature (in centigrade) Minimum temperature (in centigrade) Remarks. January – December ___ Mazximum and Minimum temperature is not recorded in this District as we are not provided with the facility.

25 Drinking Water Sources:- ( F-Functional, D-Defunct) Name of the BlockShallow tube well Kutccha well RCC WellMasonry well Sanitary wellPHE Hydrant post River / Canal SL.No.Name of the river/ canalName of the placeDanger level List of Embankments SL.No.Name of the EmbankmentsType of Embankments Length of Embankments River carrying Capacity Name of the river Gauge StationZero level ( in Mts.) Danger level (in Mts.)

26 Availability of Irrigation Facility Sl.No.Name of the ProjectArea ( in Acre.) under irrigation. Minor Irrigation Projects SL.No.ParticularsNumbers Infrastructure ( Nos. AND/OR distance in Kms.)

27 Resource Inventory / Capacity Analysis Resource typeDetailsNumberGovernment/Private Contacts/ Owner’s Name with Telephone No. Transportation and Communication Tractor2Govt. Trekker6private Trolley, Rickshaw 105Private Four wheeler705Govt-7/Pvt.698 Boats7Private Telephone358972004 April Any otherNilnil ContainersTankers10Govt. Overhead tanks15Govt. Jerry canes--- Big vessels---

28 Cleaning and cutting equipments Gaiti 700100/600- Kudal 120001000/11000- Sabal 1200500/11500- Rope AvailableGovt/ PrivatePWD Other,if any --- Big saw 190100/ 90 Forest and PWD(South Tripura district) Other Resources Gen set 18Govt./ Private- Pump set 2054 Govt/ PrivatePHE Petromax 250Govt.- Tent house 500Govt.- Gas light 2750Private- Solar light 486 Govt/ Private Science & Technology Biogas 152Private Science & Technology Temporary Shelter Tents 10025 / 75- Tarpaulins/Polythe nes 25050/250- Bamboo 500000Private- Other, if any Nilnil- Resource Inventory / Capacity Analysis (nos.)

29 Emergency Contingency Plan……………District Storage facilities with capacity Sl.No.Type of storage structure locationCapacityContact person Address and phone No. Remarks

30 Public Distribution System Name of the Block No. of FP retailer counters Name of the retailerContact person and address Telephon e Office / Residenc e LocationArea coverage / No. of cards Remark s Police Stations Police StationName of the GP(Location)Staff Available Fire Station information SL.No.Name of the fire stationTelephone No.Disposition of vehicle & Pumps Disposition of Man Power. Identification of flood shelters (single/double storied ) with capacity Sl.No.Type of shelter Capacity (room and plinth area) locationContact person (address and phone No.) Facilities available Remarks (single or double)

31 Earth moving and road cleaning equipments: Sl. No.Type of tradersContact person and address Telephone office/Res. Remarks. Transportation ( Road and Water) Type of vehicles Contact person and address Governmen t / private Telephone Office/ Residence Remarks Alternative energy sources (Bio gas and Solar Energy Cells) Type of sources Contact person and address Phone No.Remarks Private Professionals ExpertiseNameSpecialtyAddressPhone Nos. Service facilities available

32 List of NGOs Name of NGOs and CBOs Area of Operation SectorNo. of volunte rs Other resourc es Contact address Volunteers Profile Sl.N o. Name of the Block Name of the volunteers No. of volunteers trained RescueFirst aidRelief and Co- ordination Damage assessment Trainers Profile SL.No. Name of the Block Name of the TrainersSpecialization RescueFirst AidRelief and Coordinat ion Damage

33 Risk / Hazard Analysis History of Disaster and Probability of Disaster episodes in the District Type of Hazard Year of occurrence Area affected Impact on life LivelihoodLive stock Remarks

34 Type of Hazards Jan- MarApril-JuneJuly-Sept.Oct-Dec HCAIHCAIHCAIHCAI Cyclone Flood Drought Earthquake Sunstroke Fire Seasonality of Hazard H:- Human / C:- Crop / A:- Animals / I :-Infrastructure

35 Risk Assessment Type of HazardsTime of occurrencePotential ImpactVulnerable areas CycloneApril - June Loss of crop, infrastructure,human and bovine life, livelihood system, houses, Pvt. Public property etc. FloodJune – August.-Do- DroughtJune -August Loss of Crop, livelihood EarthquakeAny time Loss of crop, infrastructure,human and bovine life, livelihood system, houses, Pvt. Public property etc. SunstrokeMay- JulyHuman and bovine life

36 FireAny time Loss of property and life Chemical Accident Nil Boat CapsizeNil AccidentAny time Loss of asset and life. LighteningAny timeLoss of property and life

37 Vulnerability Analysis Infrastructure Vulnerability against Hazards Vulnerabilit y Vulnerability against each hazard CycloneFloodChemicalFire Populatio n Area name Populatio n Area name Populatio n Area name Populatio n Area name Identification of weak and vulnerable embankments Name of the weak and vulnerable embankment LocationReason of its vulnerability Mitigation plan Type of Sector Sub-sectorMitigation measures Responsible Deptt. Time Frame

38 Early Warning Dissemination and Response Plan DepartmentResponse system PreparednessPre(after warning)During DisasterPost Disaster Block Police Health Irrigation RD PWD ARDD Power Agriculture NGO’s ICAT

39 EMERGENCY WARNING MESSAGE NO. DT. TO SP (S) / All O/Cs of Police Station / All BDOs /Tehsildars / All DC(S) / All SDMs / EE.RD / EE. PWD / EE. MI / EE.PHE/ EE. FM/ Supdt. Of Agriculture / Supdt. Of Fishery/ Dy. Director,Education / Dy. Director, ARDD / SDO, Telephone / Executive Officer, Nagarpanchayat (South) / All SDPOs / ( Space for message ) CRASH District Magistrate & Collector South Tripura District

40 PRESS RELEASE District Press Note No. Dated:- TotalAffectedRemarks 1.Blocks / towns 2.Villages 3.Population 4.Severely affected areas 5.Rescue measures Boats deployed Army /Navy / Coast Guard Police / Fire brigade Other agencies Exemplary events 6.Relief measuresQuantity/Beneficiaries Villages covered Days covered Free kitchens Rice Chira Other Dry food Kerosene oil Polythene sheets Tents Cattle feed Halogen tablets Medicines 7Casualties 8Missing reports 9Bovine death 10Civil society organisations

41 Damage to propertyNumber Approx value 1.Road 2.Embankment breaches 3.Schools 4.Other public buildings 5.House damage 6.Electrical installations 7.Others Prospects in next 24 hours Message for people Other details ICAT

42 EVACUATION, SEARCH AND RESCUE Departme nt Evacuation, search and rescue response structure and system Prepare dness Pre(after warning) During Disaster Post Disaster MEDICAL AND FIRST AID Departme nts Medical Aid – Response system Preparedn ess Pre(after warning) During Disaster Post Disaster

43 CAR CASS/ DEAD BODIES DISPOSAL Departme nts Preparedn ess Pre(after warning) During Disaster Post Disaster SHELTER MANAGEMENT Sl. No. Shelter Management – Response System DepartmentsPrepared ness Pre(after warning) During Disaster Post Disaster WATER AND SANITATION Sl.N o. Health and sanitation – Response System DepartmentsPreparedn ess Pre(after warning) During Disaster Post Disaster

44 Relief Sl.N o. Relief Operation – Response DepartmentsPreparedn ess Pre(after warning) During Disaster Post Disaster INFRASTRUCTURE RESTORATION Departments RDHealthIrrigationElectricalPWDDistrict Preparednes s Pre(after warning) During Post

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