Disaster management ppt on tsunamis

Judy Oehler-Stinnett, Ph.D.1 Introduction to Natural Disasters.

Major Disaster Definition Federal Emergency Management Agency Local response http://www.wtsp.com/video/player.aspx?aid=12620&sid=9618&bw=hi  Local government first responders  Neighboring & volunteer agencies assist State declared disaster  Local/Tourism loss Crop, topsoil destruction Disease in & loss of livestock Looting Increase illness and disease costs Large disaster estimates: millions to billions Tsunami cost: 4.4 billion (World Bank) Judy Oehler-Stinnett, Ph.D.15 Industrialized Countries Better /


INDONESIA FINALLY SEES END IN SIGHT OF THE TRIPLE DISASTER THAT STRUCK ON OCTOBER 25, 2010 October 25-27 – November 24, 2010 Walter Hays, Global Alliance.

OF THE REGION The Australian and Eurasian plates meet in Indonesia, creating a tectonic setting favorable for generating earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions. TECTONICS OF THE REGION (Continued) The Australian plate is moving northward and being subducted under/ record set in 1872. NEW HEALTH CARE PROBLEMS: HIGH SULFUR DIOXIDE : NOV 11 NOV 11: According to the National Disaster Management Agency, 194 deaths, 598 people are hospitalized, and 343,909 people have been evacuated to the safety zone, 12.4/


Japan earthquake / tsunami 2011

PM dealt with the nuclear crisis These two groups worked together and became the main decision making body for the crisis management (Norio et al.) Former prime minister of Japan – Naoto Kan Retrieved from www.telegraph.co.uk On April 13th /al. 123) Japan is rebuilding the seawalls and other buildings that were destroyed. Similar disasters Similar disasters The Indonesia tsunami of 2004 9.0 earthquake in the Indian ocean Caused tsunami with waves as high as 15 m Killed over 150,000 people and displace over/


2 Tagajo City Sendai Port 1. Damage by “the Great East Japan Earthquake & Tsunami” Miyagi Pref. Sendai City Tagajo, Miyagi Takajo City ◆ Location: 12km.

including rescue, evacuation and recovery is established 【 Project 】 ・ Rainwater draining system ・ Rainwater draining pump ・ Side ditches 【 Project 】 ・ Evacuation site management manual ・ Stockpile facility ・ Distribution base for relief supplies 【 multiple defenses image 】 Building Multiple barriers for tsunami Development of earthquake-resilient city Development of disaster response system Tagajo, Miyagi 5 . Tagajo DRR city strategy ③ 6 Aim Local DRR capacity as assistance by pubic bodies is/


Natural Disasters IIII NNNN DDDD EEEE XXXX LLLL IIII NNNN KKKK SSSS WWWW OOOO RRRR DDDD F F F F IIII LLLL EEEE SSSS – – – – A A A A P P P P RRRR OOOO CCCC.

IIII TTTT IIII NNNN GGGG – Pg 2 and 3 INDEX OF NATURAL DISASTERS Volcanoes Volcanoes Volcanoes Tornadoes Tornadoes Tornadoes Tsunamis Tsunamis Tsunamis Earthquakes Earthquakes Earthquakes Lightning Lightning Lightning Drought Drought Drought Hurricanes Hurricanes Hurricanes /. For information, call your local National! Weather Service office, Red Cross chapter, or local emergency management agency. Check your homeowners or renters insurance. Homeowners policies do not cover flooding. Contact your insurance /


Natural Hazards & Disasters Pete Scott Muir Middle School.

200 miles from north to south, affecting 17 counties. At least 10 deaths were reported by the Colorado Office of Emergency Management. More than 11,000 people were evacuated. At least 1,750 people and 300 pets were rescued by air and ground./The Ring of Fire. Earthquakes & The Ring of Fire (Earthquakes can cause Tsunamis) High Risk Areas for Tsunamis The Disaster: Indian Ocean Tsunami of 12/26/04 The December 26, 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami was caused by an earthquake that is thought to have had the energy of/


ThinkQuest Team 01724 (Oct 04 – May 05) Tsunami: Magnitude of Terror Future Measures.

for in the ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community component of the Vientiane Action Programme. A regional instrument on disaster management and emergency response. During the meeting, certain procedures were discussed to mitigate and reduce the extent /preparation for the UN Conference mentioned above. It also expressed its eagerness in providing assistance in international efforts to develop tsunami warning systems. Its Commission services is also thinking of aiding in the setting up of an Indian Ocean Geo-physical/


0Epiphanies: a program to enlighten The End Begins - Two 2014 Tsunamis The first occurs in southern Japan, May 17 late at night while unconcerned people.

Palma volcano collapse in the Canary Islands soon after. 1Epiphanies: a program to enlighten (Tsunami warning sign) Epiphanies: a program to enlighten you Program 13 The End Begins 01// famines and floods can be known in advance so can every other form of disaster if the Living Word is not ignored or mismanaged by believing leaders; or, /Even those who claim to believe in God have had their beliefs hijacked by management to being something other than the belief in the communication the Creator provides each/


1 Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management Campaign Monitoring Research - Measure 3 June 2007 Presented by Colmar Brunton.

Colmar Brunton 2 Background, Objectives & Method 3 The Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management needs to shift New Zealander’s level of preparedness for disasters. Clemengers have taken on the task of developing a campaign to achieve this. Colmar Brunton/ 35%). Regional Analysis – Wellington, cont’d Sample size = n=114 51 Regional Analysis – Otago 36% state that during a tsunami warning, they would ‘Alert/check on family and friends’ (compared to the average 23%) 58% cf 38% strongly agree with the/


Natural Disasters. Symbols I do: my turn to talk. This is the explanation section of our lesson where you are required to listen. We do: this is where.

eruption. What features of a volcanic eruption can you see on the diagram? Tsunamis Tsunamis are caused by underwater earthquakes. Shockwaves cause the water level to rise above sea level, then gravity pulls/recover from these experiences. Management of Natural Disasters Natural disasters cannot be prevented. However; the risk to lives and property can often be lessened through the implementation of a sensible natural disaster management plan. The management of a natural disaster event falls into four/


Disaster Risk Management Concepts and Applications Southern Province of Sri Lanka 1.

(Police Communication to all Police stations) 2. Media (Radio and television) 3. District Disaster Management Units 4. Mobile systems – Cell broadcast, SMS 5. Warning towers ? District Disaster Management Units Disaster Warning/Alert from Cbo District Unit/Committees Divisional Committees Village level Committees 5 Sub Committees City of Galle Galle Bus stand after Tsunami 32 New Bus stand - Galle 33 Tourist Destinations 34 35 36 37 Thanks/


Disaster Risk Reduction: Addressing the Scientific and Societal Challenges of Extreme Geohazards GHCP Splinter Meeting at the Annual Meeting of the European.

-GRR will integrate many of the current activities and address the Road Map implementation comprehensively GEO Work Plan 2012-2015 DI-01 Informing Risk Management and Disaster Reduction C1: Disaster Management Systems C2: Geohazards Monitoring, Alert, and Risk Assessment C3: Tsunami Early Warning and Hazard Assessment C4: Global Wildland Fire Information System C5: Regional End-to-End Pilots GEO Work Plan 2012-2015 DI-01/


TSUNAMI GLOBAL LESSONS LEARNED. The 2004 Tsunami: A Mega Disaster.

Tsunami Legacy: Innovation, Breakthroughs and Change Who Stops To Think? The Challenges Of Leadership And Coordination Seeing Those Who Are Invisible Achieving Equity In Recovery Creating A Virtuous Loop Embracing Peoples Participation Countering Corruption And Ensuring Accountability What If It Happens Again? Innovations In Disaster Risk Management Who Stops To Think? The Challenges Of Leadership And Coordination Dedicated disaster governance mechanism – BRR (Indonesia), National Disaster Management/


Strengthening mainstreaming of gender in disaster preparedness, relief, and reconstruction: Non-discrimination lens Ranjani K.Murthy, Independent Researcher.

) Well meaning policies backfired- increase in tsunami marriages, abandoned husbands came back to claim ex gratia and went off, recanalisation and complications Limitations of govt. policies and practices Policies: Opportunities for decreasing inequalities between men and women missed, as well as between different un-equal groups Disaster bill-India no mention of gender concerns in disaster management (other than special provision for widows), National/


2011 Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami. Most powerful earthquake to hit Japan One of the 5 most powerful earthquakes in the world.

region. Aerial Footage of Sendai ECONOMIC IMPACTS Due to the tsunami, earthquake and a nuclear disaster, Japanese economy will face a great economic damage. The 11 March disaster has been estimated by the government to reach 16-25 /not life-treatning at the moment. However, if another explosion occurs, these figures will change completely. What happened? Describe the management of the hazard event - before, during and after? Planning, preparation, prediction, hazard mapping, evacuation, warnings. Help with/


Noritake NISHIDE Director General Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) JMA’s Operations for Mega-Disasters - Tsunami Warnings as an example 1.

issued - Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) - Tsunami Warning / Advisory JMA adjusted - Heavy Rain Warnings for increased risk of sediment disaster - Heavy Rain Warnings for increased risk of flooding and inundation - Criteria of Storm Surge Warning due to land subsidence …… Advantage of JMA’s multi-hazard operations 12 Including daily exercise in the SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) of relevant disaster management organizations (ideally as a real/


1 Telecommunication System for Disaster Relief and Early Warning June 25, 2012 Masao Kojima KDDI.

Workshop on Disaster Management / Communications, October 2011 5 Traditional System for Disaster Relief & Early Warning  TV broadcasting  Radio broadcasting (FM &AM)  Priority use of fixed telephone for local government, evacuation shelters and other public entities  Disaster Prevention Administrative Radio System  New trend is system via mobile 6  Many victims run off with mobile terminal in hand after a disaster (e.g. Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, March/


1 IMPROVING ACCESS TO LIVELIHOOD OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES in the post-tsunami context of Aceh Province, INDONESIA Marjorie UNAL Inclusion.

capitalize on the experience of livelihood intervention in a specific context : the post-tsunami context. The tsunami was a major natural disaster followed by a massive humanitarian aid. This context was very particular offering a lot/Socialization Community mobilization   2 ACCESSIBILITY ARCHITECTS Workplace adaptation Technical support to actors LIVELIHOOD 1 LIVELIHOOD THEMATIC MANAGER Coordinate sensitization and training to actors, technical support and referral of persons with disabilities to actors. /


Phuket, Thailand, 20 May 2013 Telecommunication System for Early Warning and Disaster Relief Masao Kojima Senior Manager Industry Standards Department.

Traditional (Broadcast) Traditional (Dedicated Radio) Traditional Extraction from the paper ” Utilization of ICT for Disaster Management Japan ” WS-DMC-22: Presentation material Mr.MORISHIT of MIC / APT Workshop on Disaster Management / Communications, October 2011 Information Gathering TransmissionAnnouncement New Area in Broadcast New Area in Internet Lead Time for Early Warning Seconds for earthquakes Minutes for tornadoes and tsunami Days to hours for volcanic eruptions Weeks to hours for hurricanes/


Mikio Ishiwatari, Ph.D Japan International Cooperation Agency 8 September 2011 The Great East Japan Earthquake How Should We Re-establish Disaster Management.

.D Japan International Cooperation Agency 8 September 2011 The Great East Japan Earthquake How Should We Re-establish Disaster Management System? I. Damage II. Earthquake & Tsunami III. How Japanese Technology Worked? IV. Consideration for Re-establishinng Disaster Management System Contents I. Damage Damage excluding Nuclear Power Plant Disaster Sector TOTAL Amount 16.9 tril. JPY200 bil. USD Builiding10 tril. JPY120 bil. USD Lifeline1.3 tri. JPY16/


STRATEGIES FOR BECOMING DISASTER RESILIENT PART 6: PUTTING A NEW FACE ON POWERFUL EDUCATIONAL SURGES TO BUILD GLOBAL CAPACITY FOR DISASTER RESILIENCE.

RISK ASSESSMENTS TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES TOWARDS DISASTER RESILIENT COMMUNITIES THE AMERICAS (CONTINUED) IMPROVE MITIGATION AND PREPAREDNESS MODELS TO MANAGE RISK Global Surges: Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster Risks IMPROVE THE/GREECE, AND CALIFORNIA ERUPTION OF VOLCANO MAYON CATALYSTS FOR CHANGE NEW KNOWLEDGE FOR BECOMING DISASTER RESILIENCT TSUNAMI IN AMERICAN SAMOA NOTABLE DISASTERS IN 2008 CYCLONE NARGIS WENCHUAN EARTHQUAKE FLOODING IN MIDWESTERN USA TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES/


Hazards: Take Control TSUNAMI By NEMO Saint Lucia.

for at least 2 hours after the last observed tsunami wave. SOURCE: “Preparing Your Community for Tsunamis ALL CLEAR Family Disaster Plan http://www.cdera.org/doccentre/familyplan.html Family Evacuation Plan http://stlucia.gov.lc/nemp/plans/EvacTemplate.doc Family Disaster Supplies List http://www.stlucia.gov.lc/docs/nemo/FamilyDisasterSup pliesCalendar.pdf Online Resources National Emergency Management Plan http://stlucia.gov.lc/nemp


THE FEALAC SYMPOSIUM ON PAN-OCEANIC COOPERATION FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION BANGKOK & - PHUKET, THAILAND, NOVEMBER 9-12, 2009 MINIMIZING THE IMPACT ON.

IS ERUPTING. INDONESIAS VOLCANIC SPREAD EARTHQUAKES AND TSUNAMI EARTHQUAKE IN MANOKWARI, PAPUA, JANUARY 2009 EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI IN ACEH AND NORTH SUMATRA, DESEMBER /DISASTER RELIEVES AND MITIGATION GOVERNMENTS EFFORT TO PROTECT ITS PEOPLE FROM DISASTER.DISASTER PREVENTION, EMERGENCY RESPONSE, REHABILITATION AND RECONSTRUCTION..INSTALLING EARLY WARNING SYSTEM, BUILDING PEOPLE AWARENESS AND IDENTIFICATION OF THE POSSIBLE DISASTER AREA.. INSTITUTIONS RESPONSIBILITY FOR DISASTER NATIONAL DISASTER MANAGEMENT/


DW WASH Cluster – Emergency Training DW1 1 Disaster Waste in Emergencies Session 1 What is Disaster Waste?

-lying agricultural areas (rice paddies) and fish- farming ponds Serves as a constant reminder of the disaster Acts as magnet for ongoing fly- tipping Precludes livelihood recovery Harbour and channel blockages prevent resumption of fishing activities and restricts river and marine transport Source: UNEP “Tsunami Waste Management Plan” Workshops 2005 DW WASH Cluster – Emergency Training DW1 33 Opportunities Valuable Resource Material (coral blocks/


KELOMPOK III A. DEWI BATARI ERNA ARIYANTI MAKKASAU ROCHFIKA IRFAN DJAFAR WA ODE NUR ISNAH ICT For Disaster Respons.

, terluka, meninggal, kerugian harta benda, kerugian infrastruktur dll),  Media komunikasi saat penanganan bencana  Mengkoordinir kelompok donor/bantuan kemanusiaan  Melaporkan lokasi & pengungsian sementara  dll Case Study Sahana Disaster Management System in the Aftermath of the Indian Ocean Tsunami in 2004 and Pakistani Earthquake in 2005  a free and open source software (FOSS)-based system developed  is a suite of web-based applications - provides solutions/


Tsunami Disaster Uttam C. Sharma 2004. Three causes of Tsunami 1.Volcanic eruption under sea 2.Tectonic movement 3.Meteorite impact (disturbing water.

Tsunami Warning System, 26 member countries. Operations Launched India:Sea waves Sri Lanka: Rainbow Indonesia:Gambhir Maldives:Casper Prime Minister of India Scientists can not remain silent witnesses. Scientists can not remain silent witnesses. Enhance disaster predictive capability and preparedness for floods, earthquakes, droughts, landslides and avalanches. Enhance disaster predictive capability and preparedness for floods, earthquakes, droughts, landslides and avalanches. Mitigation and management/


TSUNAMI: SAMOA PERSPECTIVE Malaefatu Leavasa Ministry of Natural Resources, Environment and Meteorology (Meteorology Division)

.5; Located in the Tonga, Samoa, or Fiji Islands Region.   Organization that acts in the information provided by the agency responsible for characterizing the local tsunami threat: The National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) of SMD alerts the National Disaster Council (NDC), (which is chaired by the Prime Minister and comprises cabinet ministers and members of the foreign diplomatic community), as well as local authorities/


Mr. Shane Wright, Executive Director,

-stakeholder cooperation and coordination e.g. disaster management and environmental authorities, industries, academia etc. Need to gain political commitment;/Management in Asia and the Pacific: Issues Paper, April 2013 Slide 4 http://www.asiapathways-adbi.org/2013/02/natural-disasters-and-production-networks-in-the-asia-and-pacific-region/ Slide 5 – CEFIC data – http://www.cefic.org/Facts-and-Figures/ Slide 6 - Thai floods, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-15398566 Slide 7 - Indian Ocean Tsunami Disaster/


Asian Tsunami Videos December 26, 2004

managed to escape by reaching the river bank. Location: Patong Beach, Thailand Video Description: Standing in the water and debris left by waves on Thailands Patong beach, people at a construction site looked on unaware as larger, deadly waves swept towards them. Location: Patong Beach, Thailand. Video Description: Amateur camcorder footage of the 2004 tsunami disaster/Thailand Video Description: Amateur camcorder footage of the 2004 tsunami disaster. Shot from inside a quickly-flooding restaurant in Phuket,/


1 IOC Products and Services Alert, Earthquake Sea Level display/stations Tsunami event data Education, Awareness, Training Laura Kong, Director, ITIC ICG/IOTWS-II.

/ disaster managers, international organizations needing to be notified - Coverage: Africa, IO, Pacific, Central America - Pilot - contact l.kong@unesco.org, raw-sma@ranetproject.net l.kong@unesco.orgraw-sma@ranetproject.net RANET – ITIC - PTWC Tsunami Alerts / (Energy) Government (Policy Makers) Community (NGO) Community (NGO) Other modules Earthquake Tsunami Disaster Kit Family Plan Safety Rules Other collections Emergency Response Emergency Response Public Safety Preparedness Public Safety Preparedness 27 Capacity Building/


Small Island Developing States – SIDS - Perspectives: On Hazards, Disasters, Risk, & Resilience? .

BioDiversity + Habitat Conservation Programs Watershed / Water Supply Management Urban Development Forestry Activities Industrial Development Harbor Management Agricultural Development Coastal: Infrastructure /Tourism Development Fisheries / Aquaculture Programs + MPAs Courtesy: UNEP-GPA Concerns Cont., ‘New’ Sectors (Financial/Tourism) often not integrated into National Response / Recovery systems Lessons from recent disasters (eg IVAN in Cayman / Tsunami / recent Quakes) learnt slowly or not at all/


INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR DISASTER REDUCTION Making Cities Disaster Resilient An Ongoing Activity and Opportunity for Cities that will be Highlighted on October.

FLOODS DROUGHTS LANDSLIDES VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS TSUNAMIS HURRICANES EARTHQUAKES FLOODS DROUGHTS LANDSLIDES VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS TSUNAMIS SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO: 422,000 PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI (BEFORE 01/12/2010): 2 MILLION TOWARD DISASTER RESILIENT CITIES TOWARD DISASTER RESILIENT CITIES EUROPE IMPROVE EARLY WARNING AND EARLY RESPONSE GOAL: Focus on Solutions For Reducing Disaster Risks IMPROVE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT REDUCE VULNERABILITIES TO NATURAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL/


Best Practices on community-based Tsunami and Coastal Hazards – Caribbean and Adjacent Areas Julie Leonard WG IV Preparedness, Readiness and Resilience.

NGOs also presented their experiences in supporting coastal community risk reduction activities. Essential elements of EWS Research on hazards Disaster risk management planning, including the risk assessment and mapping, identification of assets, evacuation routes, SOPs, including assigning of responsibilities, etc. Development of tsunami evacuation plans for schools, hospitals, etc. Education for schools – companies – institutions Public information campaign, including the media Partnerships with/


Madihah Khalid Universiti Brunei Darussalam Emergency Preparedness Education: Learning from Experience, Science of Disasters, and Preparing for the Future:

Emergency Preparedness Education: Learning from Experience, Science of Disasters, and Preparing for the Future: Brunei Introduction After the Indian ocean tsunami end of 2004, many countries are aware of the importance of Disaster Management. National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC) in Brunei is the body assigned to look into matters concerning disasters including natural disasters. A coordinated multi-hazard approach to disaster management have been factored into policies, planning and programming/


UNDERSTANDING RISK AND RISK REDUCTION UNDERSTANDING RISK AND RISK REDUCTION Dr. Walter Hays, Global Alliance For Disaster Reduction.

DEFORESTATION DENUDED SLOPES HOT, DRY WEATHER CAUSES OF RISK CASE HISTORIES ACTIONS FOR TSUNAMI-PRONE COUNTRIES TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE TSUNAMI WARNING CAPABILITY EDUCATION FOR A TSUNAMI WARNING SYSTEM KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR A TSUNAMI WARNING SYSTEM STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS FOR A TSUNAMI WARNING SYSTEM ONGOING DIALOGUE ON THE CHALLENGE OF BECOMING TSUNAMI DISASTER RESILIENT TOWARD TSUNAMI DISASTER RESILIENCE BOOK OF BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE - Perspectives KNOWLEDGE - Perspectives On Science, Policy, On/


VP-4 Skinny Dragons Disaster Preparedness UNCLASS.

before a hurricane comes to Hawaii! Hawaii is one of the most remote areas on the planet. Help during major disasters may take some time to arrive. All households should store seven days of emergency supplies for each family member– / the Department of Emergency Management. Tsunami Evacuation - Civil Defense sirens will sound. Turn on radio. Those who are in tsunami evacuation zones must begin evacuation when the evacuation advisory/order is issued by the Department of Emergency Management (usually 3 to 4/


Global Lessons: First 4-6 months of the Tsunami Response.

Preparedness Chaotic aid Agency capacity:  Management / administration / staffing  Efficiency /Tsunami Disaster Programs Apeal – Asia Earthquake & Tsunamis (ACT International). June.  ACT International (2005) Real-time Evaluation of ACT International Tsunami Disaster Programs Apeal – Asia Earthquake & Tsunamis (ACT International). June.  ALNAP (2005) Tsunami Emergency: Lessons from Previous Natural Disasters (London: ALNAP at ODI).  ALNAP (2005) Tsunami Emergency: Lessons from Previous Natural Disasters/


NEW DEVELOPMENTS AFTER TSUNAMI 26.12.2004 SRI LANKA.

Meteorological Center (NMC) of the Meteorological Department to receive/disseminate Tsunami Warnings/Alerts Contd… Disaster Management Act No. 13 of 2005 was enacted on 13 th May 2005 in the parliament Disaster Management Centre (DMC) established as per the DM Act. Facilities for near real time earthquake/tsunami monitoring upgraded at the EWC. National Council for Disaster Management Disaster Management Center Director General Director Rehabilitation & Reconstruction Director External Relations & Media/


ITIC / Univ of Hawaii National Tsunami Training Program Development Laura Kong Director, ITIC.

of Urban and Regional Planning Director, Disaster Management & Humanitarian Assistance Program National Disaster Preparedness Training Center at University of Hawaii EMRTCExplosive and incendiary attacks NERRTCIncident Management, EMS, Hazmat, Public Works, Threat/includes developing Education Plan, Instructor Training Program Focus: tsunami planning (zoning, building, evacuation (vertical) and response for threatened communities Tsunami Awareness Course, February 2010 Preview Building a Partnership This/


Trauma 3. Media Representation and Trauma “Management

our responsesSusan Sontag examples  Trauma Representation in Media (3): Diana and DeathDiana and Death  “The Management of Grief”The Management of Grief  References References Starting Questions “Are viewers inured -- or incited -- to violence by the depiction/, Aftermath—view’s discretion advised, Before and After); animation of tsunami phenomenon http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2004/tsunami.disaster/ ) http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2004/tsunami.disaster/ What do you think? Numb? Curious? Closer to Reality? /


THAILAND: SHARING EXPERIENCE ON DISASTER RESPONSES DURING 2004 TSUNAMI MR.SUPORN RATTANANAKIN DEPARTMENT OF DISASTER PREVENTION AND MITIGATION, MINISTRY.

cases, for funeral expenses, etc.) Provide each tsunami effected population with essential tools/ equipment for reclaiming livelihoods Turning Points of DM in Thailand 2004 Tsunami Lack of unified command system Limited risk knowledge Limited/as National Focal Point in ASEAN Committee on Disaster Management (ACDM) Minister of Interior is the Minister in charge of disaster management and participated in ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Disaster Management (AMMDM) Thailand has been actively institutionalize AADMER/


Book 2 – Unit 2 Unit 2 Disasters Book 2 Unit 2 Disasters Book 2.

of Reading 1 Section 1 : (Para 1--3)An introduction to the experience of Stephen and his family in the tsunami . Stephen’s heroism sailed his family in the tsunami disaster . The idea of tying people to trees comes from a movie. Section 2 : (Para . 4—1 3)The/the tsunami . 1)The story started as a dream holiday for the family in the Maldives . (Para 4—5) 2)Stephen and Ray gradually realized the coming of the disaster . (Para . 6—7) Book 2 – Unit 2 In Class 2.Discourse analysis of Reading 1 3)Stephen managed /


Practicing for the Big One Chris Utzinger, Response Section Manager Ed Taylor, State Exercise Program Manager Washington Military Department, Emergency.

facets of a complex, wide-area, response to a catastrophic disaster. Cascadia Rising 2016 Exercise Responding to a Disaster Emergency Management Priorities: 1.Establish communications 2.Search and rescue/security 3.Meet/ Exercise & Training An International Catastrophe National & Canadian Participants 24 Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ) Catastrophic Earthquake and Tsunami Functional Exercise 2016 Linked Exercises Ardent Sentry Vigilant Guard Turbo Challenge Joint Logistics Over The Shore Coastal Response The /


ECOSOC Meeting on the transition from relief to development following natural disasters. New York 28th February 2005.

local capacities, use local materials and resources for recovery and development and provide models that can improve disaster management; Do not inadvertently reinforce tensions or conflict but contribute to reconciliation and harmony. Contribute to more systematic/ignore the most important resource that exists in managing risk and disaster: people’s own strategies to cope and adapt. Thank you. Tsunami: Challenges & Opportunities For the Red Cross/Red Crescent, the tsunami was a call for action. With the/


© GEO Secretariat Disasters SBA Status of Tasks DI-06-05, DI-06-06, DI-06-10 New tasks proposed for the WorkPlan 2007-2009 G. Rum - 05 September 2006.

to the proposed multi- hazard/multi-risk approach, all the activities concerning hazard mapping, here included those relevant to tsunami. New title : "Conduct an inventory of existing geologic and all- hazard zonation maps, identify gaps and needs for/International Organizations (WMO) and within Countries (USA) In mid June, the COPUOS approved the creation of DMISCO (Disasters Management Space Coordination Organization) as a programme of the UN OOSA (Office of Outer Space Activities), with an initial /


1 EU-Info Day on TEWS, Paris, France – 31 January 2006 UN/ISDR Platform for the Promotion Early Warning & the tsunami early warning systems in Indian Ocean.

TEWS, Paris, France – 31 January 2006 A systems approach to reducing risks Shift the focus from hazards to risk management Understand the nature of the risks - both the hazards and the vulnerabilities Put in place the tools and methods to assess/, France – 31 January 2006 Conclusions New thinking on disaster risk; recognition of its role in development; focus on developing resilience to risk The tsunami early warning issue is part of much larger disaster agenda – must plug in to this Effective early warning/


1 Information, Communication and Space Technologies for more disaster resilient societies in Asia-Pacific Dr. Xuan Zengpei Director, Information and Communications.

Recovery/Rebuilding 3 rd ASEAN-UN Summit, Oct 2010, Ha Noi ASEAN-United Nations Strategic Plan of Cooperation on Disaster Management (2011-2015) will address: Operational issues and capacity- building issues prioritised in the AADMER Risk and vulnerability / and early warnings Response capability Build national and community response capabilities ESCAP Trust Fund for Tsunami, Disaster and Climate Preparedness Regional Architecture for Multi-hazard Early Warning Regional Multi-hazards Early-Warning System (RIMES/


A Whole Community Approach for Truly Comprehensive Planning :

realize that the very survival of a community, a business and or its management may depend on preparing for and responding to a crisis Mention Award Winning Joplin chamber of Commerce plan Next Steps for Disaster Planning First, please consider how devastating a Natural Event such as a flood, Tsunami, Hurricane, wildfire, earthquake, volcanic eruption can and unfortunately will be to Hawai’i/


Promoting Disaster Reduction through Multi-National Cooperation in Asia region ADRC’s Activities 12 Oct. 2005 Asian Disaster Reduction Center (ADRC)

JapanJICA Seminar on Disaster Management SingaporeUrban Search and Rescue Training MongoliaEarthquake Disaster Management Seminar 2004 Viet Nam Flood Hazard Map Training Tajikistan Disaster Risk Management Workshop Japan Disaster Management Training Course for Central Asia and the Caucasus JapanJICA Seminar on Disaster Management SingaporeUrban Search and Rescue Training 2005 Japan Mission on Policy Dialogue for High Level Administrative Policy Makers on Establishing a Tsunami Early Warning System/


Evaluation of the effect of the disaster prevention technique using coastal farmlands Kiri H. and H. Tanji National Institute for Rural Engineering National.

2 Joint survey group Seawall and Coastal Dikes 3 Drainage facilities and farmlands 4 To prevent huge tsunami disasters What should we do? Committee for Technical Investigation on Countermeasures for Earthquakes and Tsunamis Based on the Lessons Learned from the Earthquake The Central Disaster Management Council 5 The tsunami disaster in this scale is not a just once experience. It repeat in 600 to 1,000 years/


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