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2 An Overview of the activities for An Overview of the activities for the Centre for Disaster Management Dr. MCR HRD Institute of Andhra Pradesh by Dr. M. Bhasker Rao Head, Centre for Disaster Preparedness (CDP) Dr. MCR HRD Institute of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad

3 Focus of the Centre CyclonesFloodsDrought Earth Quakes and Tsunamis

4 Centre for Disaster Management  Nodal centre for DM Training in AP  Regional Centre for ICS for DM  Centre of Excellence for Cyclones  MCR Chair on Cyclone Disaster Management  Knowledge Management for DM

5 Objectives  To organize training programmes and workshops for all cadres of Government servants on disaster management  To design and develop training modules on various aspects on disaster management  To conduct TOT programmes on disaster management  Undertake case studies on disaster management  To provide assistance to the Govt. departments in the formulation& implementation of policies, strategies etc. related to disaster management

6 Objectives  To take up research relating to disaster management  To assist the nodal department i.e., Relief (Revenue) Department of the Government of Andhra Pradesh  To document various events and best practices in disaster management  To collect literature, books & other information and disseminate knowledge to all the stakeholders.

7 Training Programmes Proposed  TOTs on Preparation of Disaster Management Plans (DMPs)  Location Specific & Department Specific Training Programmes  TOTs on Incident Command System  Workshops on District Disaster Management Plans & State Disaster Management Plans

8 About Dr. MCR HRD I.A.P, Hyderabad  Dr. MCR HRDI A.P. was established in the year 1976.  Was declared as an Apex & Nodal agency for training activities  The Hon’ble CM is the Chairman of the Governing Body  The MCR HRD Institute imparts training on various issues to all cadres of Government functionaries at different levels.  The Institute has been certified ISO 901:2001  Has state-of-the art training infrastructure, hostel, library and recreation facilities.

9 About Dr. MCR HRD I.A.P, Hyderabad  Training halls/Seminar halls/Class rooms : 18 No (Each hall has a capacity of 40 members and is provided with the LCD Projectors and other modern audio visual equipment. The Institute has 3 huge air-conditioned conference halls (Each hall is provided with the latest Projectors, microphones etc. and can accommodate around 150 members each). One huge air-conditioned Board room with a capacity of 120 members. One Auditorium with the state of the art facilities with a capacity of 250 members.

10 Important Elements Capacity Developmenrt - Important Elements  Training of all Govt. Servants in CDM  Developing Modular Designs  Preparation of Course/Reading Materials  Organizing TOTs on CDM  Preparation of DDMP s  Updating/modifying the Cyclone Manuals

11 Important Elements Capacity Developmenrt - Important Elements  Awareness Creation in the Community  R&D,Best Practices, Documentation  Prepare Guidelines,SOPs on Cyclones  Cyclone Hazard Maps,Videos & Films  Development of Knowledge Network

12 Important Elements Capacity Developmenrt - Important Elements  Training of Engineering Personnel in Design, Execution, O&M of CERP works  Strengthening the HSCs in the offices of the Engineers-in-Chief  Institutionalization of ICS for quick response mechanism  TM concept for CDM as suggested by the HPC

13 Linkages  Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad  National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD)  National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI)  Centre for Economic & Social Studies (CESS)  Indian Meteorological Department (IMD)  National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA), Hyderabad  AMR APARD, Hyderabad.

14 List of Training Programmes proposed Sl.No.TitleNumber 1Training Programmes on Incident Command System (ICS) Sponsored by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) Government of India. 4 2Training Programme on Disaster Management sponsored by National Institute of Disaster Management (NIDM) 4 3Training Programme for IAS officers sponsored by Department of Personnel and Training (DOP&T) Government of India. 2 4State Government Training Programmes.10 Total20

15 List of Training Programmes proposed Sl.No Name of the course Level of participants 1 Training Programme on Disaster Management District Level/Divisional Level & Sub-Divisional Officers 2 Training Programme on Incident Command System for Disaster Management (Basic & Inter) Senior District level & State level officers 3 State Level Workshop on Preparation of State Disaster Management Plan (SDMP) Secretaries to the Government & Heads of the Department 4 Training Programme on Cyclone Disaster Management (CDM) District Officers of Coastal Districts 5 Training Programme on Cyclone Disaster Management (CDM) District Officers of Cyclone Prone Districts

16 List of Training Programmes proposed Sl.No Name of the course Level of participants 6 Training Programme on Incident Command Systems for Disaster Management (ICS Basic & Inter) Senior District level & State level officers 7 Role of Panchayaths and NGO’s in Disaster Management District Panchayath Officers, Divisional Panchayath Officers, NGO’s & VO’s 8 Training Programme on Disaster Management for Medical Officers District/State Officers of Medical & Health and Family Welfare departments 9 Training Programme on Flood Management Senior District level & State level officers 10 Training Programme on Disaster Management District Officers of Cyclone Prone Districts

17 List of Training Programmes proposed Sl.No Name of the course Level of participants 11 Training Programme on Cyclone Disaster Management (CDM) District Officers of Cyclone Disaster Management 12 Training Progrmme on Drought Management District Officers of Drought Prone Districts 13 Training Programme on Incident Command Systems for Disaster Management (ICS Basic & Inter) Senior District level & State level officers/DIMTs 14 Training Trainers (TOT) on Preparation of District Disaster Management Plans (DDMP) DRDO’s Addl. Superintendents of Police, Addl. DMHO, Dist. Civil Supply Officers 15 Training of Trainers (TOT) on Preparation of District Disaster Management Plans (DDMP) DRDO’s Addl. Superintendents of Police, Addl. DMHO, Dist. Civil Supply Officers

18 List of Training Programmes proposed Sl.No Name of the course Level of participants 16 Training Programme on Incident Command Systems for Disaster Management (ICS Basic & Inter) Senior District level & State level officers/DIMTs 17 Training Programme on Disaster Management (For IAS Officers) IAS Officers from all over the Country 18 Training Programme on Disaster Management District Officers of Coastal Districts 19 Training Programme on Disaster Management for Medical officers District /State Officers of Medical & Health and Family Welfare departments 20 Training Programme on Drought Management District Officers of Drought Prone Districts

19 Training Programmes to be supported by NIDM Sl. No. Name of the Programme Level of Participants Duration 1 Training Programme on Disaster Management District level Divisional & Sub- Divisional Level 5 Days 2 Training Programme on Cyclone Disaster Management (CDM) District Officers of Cyclone prone districts 5 Days 3 Training Programme on (Coastal / Sea Erosion) Officers from Coastal Districts 3 Days 4 Training Programme on Disaster Management (Cyclones,Tsunami & Floods) Officers from Coastal Districts 5 Days

20 Important Elements Capacity Developmenrt - Important Elements  Training of Engineering Personnel in Design, Execution, O&M of CERP works  Strengthening the HSCs in the offices of the Engineers-in-Chief  Institutionalization of ICS for quick response mechanism  TM concept for CDM as suggested by the HPC

21 Requirement  Calender Training Programmes  Training & CB under NCRMP  NIDM Sponsored Training Programmes  NDMA Sponsored Workshops  RCDM Programmes  HSC activities

22 Requirement  Networking  Need to train all District /Divisional Officers  Train all the probable Incident Commanders  Sensitizing the middle level officers of all the line departments  To develop Core Trainer/ Master Trainers in ICS  Assist the designated authorities in adaptation

23 Institutionalization of the ICS  Training Strategy framed by the GOI  Translating the ICS Course material in to the Regional languages  Adaptation process has to be carried out by the designated authorities/ Institutes  Training Modules,Trainers Material, Reading Material etc.has to be developed by the RTIs

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25 Discussions & Comments … Discussions & Comments …

26 Requirement  To further strengthen the Faculty on Disaster Management  Need to organize Training Programmes at all the District Headquarters  Sensitizing the middle level officers of all the line departments  To develop Trainers in Districts  Assist the designated authorities in preparation of SDMP & DDMPs

27 Incident Command System  The ICS is one of the many best practices that have contributed to the success of Management of Disasters  The ICS is a very effective method since it is based on scientific approach  The ICS enables that the most experienced & knowledgeable person at a site is in-charge of all operations.

28 Incident Command System  Provides a single management system for all multi-jurisdictional incidents  Initially evolved from management of wild land fires, the ICS has been adapted for all Disasters  It is modular and allows for expansion/ contraction depending on the complexity of an incident.

29 Institutionalization of the ICS  ICS state level Master Trainers in all ATIs  Training of Field Officers / Engineers from all the line departments  National level Core Trainers & Master Trainers to be trained at the LBSNAA  Others at the designated lead Training Institutes/ RTIs and ATIs

30 Conducting ICS TOT programmes  Sri Rajiv Ranjan Mishra, IAS., Secretary to the Govt. Irrigation and CAD Department, Hyderabad.  Smt. Vasudha Mishra, IAS., Secretary to the Government Women Development and Child Welfare Department,Hyderabad.  Sri Govind Singh, IPS, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Visakhapatnam Range, Visakhapatnam.  Sri K.R.M. Kishore Kumar, IPS, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Kurnool Range, Kurnool  Dr. M.Bhasker Rao, Head, CDP, Dr. MCR HRD IAP, Hyd  Prof. P.V.Prakash Goud,Dr.MCR HRD IAP, Hyd

31 ICS Training in India  LBSNAA to be the Mother Institute for ICS Training in India  Adaptation Process to be carried out & Case Studies (ICS) to be developed at the LBSNAA  Training Action Plan to be formulated by the LBSNAA  Constituting ICS Chaired Faculty & Appointing/ Strengthening the Faculty in the RTIs & ATIs exclusively for ICS Training

32 USFS Assistance for ICS Training in India  USFS assistance (Faculty Support) for conducting ICS Simulation Exercises in India  USFS Resource Personnel may also support Indian Presentations on development of ICS Core Trainers & Simulation Exercises as Observers & Evaluators  USFS assistance for developing Full Scale Simulation Exercises for each Disaster prone State in India

33 ICS Training in India  Exercises based on Indian scenarios & Indian experiences to be prepared  Formation of District IMTs in all the multi Hazard prone /Vulnerable districts  Formation of State IMTs in all States  Trained ICS Master Trainers in each State  Regular mock ICS exercises in the districts

34 ICS Training in India  Need to Organize a large No. of Basic and Intermediate Courses  Positional Courses in ICS to be increased  A Compulsory Training Module on ICS for all Civil Servants at the Induction Level  Greater Involvement of the Uniformed Services Personnel in ICS Training in India.  Special Training on ICS for Police, Fire Services and other Uniformed Forces

35 Focus of the Centre FloodsCyclonesDrought Earth Quakes and Tsunamis/Sea Erosion

36 Linkages  Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad  National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD)  National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI)  Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS)  Indian Meteorological Department (IMD)  National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA), Hyderabad  AMR APARD, Hyderabad.

37 Linkages  International Crops Research Institute for Semi Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Hyderabad  National Informatics Centre (NIC) Hyderabad  Andhra Pradesh State Remote Sensing Application Centre (APSRAC), Hyderabad  National Institute of Technology (NIT) Warangal  International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Gachibowli, Hyderabad  Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur.

38 Linkages  National Industrial Security Academy (NISA), Hyderabad  S.V.P. National Police Academy Hyderabad  Andhra Prasdresh Police Academy (APPPA), Hyderabad  JNT University, Hyderabad  Osmania University, Hyderabad  Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.  State Institute of Fisheries, Kakinada.

39 Line Departments (Government of AP) 1. Disaster Management Unit(DMU), Planning Dept 2. General Administrative Department (GAD) 3. Revenue Dept / Commissioner of Relief (COR) 4. AP Civil Supplies Corp. 5. Finance / Treasury 6. Home Department (Police) 7. Medical & Health Dept 8. Road Transport Authority and Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corp (RTA & APSRTC) 9. Roads & Buildings (R&B) and Panchayat Raj Engineering (PRE) 10. Panchayat Raj (PR) and Panchayat Raj Institutions (PRIs) 11. Animal Husbandry & Fisheries contd….

40 12. Agriculture Department 13. Social Welfare department 14. AP Power Transmission Corporation (APTransco) 15. Municipal Administration 16. Irrigation & CAD 17. Information and Public Relations ( I & PR) 18. Housing & Rural Development 19. Fire Services 20. Forest Department 21. Ports 22. Handlooms & Textile 23. Youth Services

41 Training Objectives  To explain the basic Principles and Concepts of Disaster Management  To indicate the Disaster Preparedness and Response Measures to be taken  To appraise the recent initiatives taken by the Government of A.P.

42 The Disaster Management Cycle PREPAREDNESS PREPAREDNESS MITIGATION MITIGATION PREVENTION PREVENTION RESPONSE RELIEF,RESCUE RELIEF,RESCUE REHABILITATION REHABILITATION DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT

43 DISASTER MITIGATION Disaster Mitigation is a collective term used to encompass all activities undertaken in anticipation of the occurrence of a potentially disastrous event, including preparedness and long term risk reduction measures. Disaster Mitigation is a collective term used to encompass all activities undertaken in anticipation of the occurrence of a potentially disastrous event, including preparedness and long term risk reduction measures.

44 Prevention and mitigation Reducing the risk of Disasters involve activities which either reduce or modify the scale and intensity of the threat faced or by improving the conditions of elements at risk. Reducing the risk of Disasters involve activities which either reduce or modify the scale and intensity of the threat faced or by improving the conditions of elements at risk. Mitigation embraces all measures taken to reduce both the effect of the hazard itself and the vulnerable conditions to it in order to reduce the scale of future disasters. Mitigation embraces all measures taken to reduce both the effect of the hazard itself and the vulnerable conditions to it in order to reduce the scale of future disasters.

45 Disaster Preparedness Measures that enable governments communities and individuals to respond rapidly to disaster situations to cope with them effectively. Preparedness includes Measures that enable governments communities and individuals to respond rapidly to disaster situations to cope with them effectively. Preparedness includes Formulation of emergency plans Development of warning systems Maintenance of inventories Training of personnel SAR & Evacuation plans etc.

46 Response and Relief Setting up control rooms Setting up control rooms Putting contingency plan in action Putting contingency plan in action Issue warnings Issue warnings Action for evacuation Action for evacuation Medical aid, food, shelter etc. Medical aid, food, shelter etc. Restoration of communications Restoration of communications Disbursement of assistance Disbursement of assistance

47 Recovery Recovery is used to describe the activities that three overlapping phases of emergency relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction Recovery is used to describe the activities that three overlapping phases of emergency relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction Emergency relief: relief, rescue, damage and needs assessment, debris clearance etc.. Emergency relief: relief, rescue, damage and needs assessment, debris clearance etc.. Rehabilitation: Provision of temp. public utilities, housing etc. Rehabilitation: Provision of temp. public utilities, housing etc. Reconstruction: replacement of buildings, infrastructure and life line facilities etc. Reconstruction: replacement of buildings, infrastructure and life line facilities etc.

48 Development Construction of embankments Irrigation facilities Increase plant coverage Land use planning Construction of quake resistant structures etc.

49 Disaster Risk Mitigation 1.Disaster Risk Identification & Assessment: Help to assess the hazards, its vulnerability and capacities. It identifies what elements are at risk and analyses the causes and root causes of vulnerability conditions 2.Disaster Risk Reduction: It includes all measures, which reduce disaster related losses of life, property or assets by either reducing the hazard or vulnerability 3. Disaster Risk Transfer: 3. Disaster Risk Transfer: Measures to reduce the loss burden

50 Disaster Risk Mitigation Components of Disaster Risk Mitigation : Disaster Risk Identification and Assessment Disaster Risk Reduction and Disaster Risk Transfer

51 Disaster Risk Reduction  An element is said to be “at Risk” when it is exposed to hazards and is likely to be affected by the impact of those hazards. Components of Risk Reduction : Components of Risk Reduction :   Preparedness,   mitigation and   prevention.

52 Impact of Disasters on Development Disasters are first and foremost a major threat to development. Disasters seeks out the poor and ensures that they are poor. Developing countries like India are hard hit by Disasters Human, economic & social losses Disasters result in loss of hard earned development gains and take us years backwards in progress.

53 Components of Disaster Management  Preparedness  Response  Relief & Rescue  Prevention & Mitigation and  Recovery & Rehabilitation

54 Elements of Disaster Management 1. Crating appropriate legal & organizational frame work 2. Making govt. orgns, local bodies, communities/ groups aware of the risk of potential Disasters and their vulnerabilities. 3. Meticulous long & short term planning & effective implementation 4. Building resilience of the Communities to face Disasters & ensuring their full participation 5. Building & maintaining capabilities (human & institutional) 6. Developing & disseminating knowledge for effective Disaster Management & Integration of traditional knowledge

55 Proposals Submitted  Training & Capacity Building under the NCRM Project  Proposals for RCDM  Training of Divisional Level & District Level Officers  Organising TOTs on Disaster Management  Preparation of DDMPs/UDMPs

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