Ppt on safer construction practices in disaster prone areas

Wind vs Flood John G. Minor, General Contractor Complete, Inc. www.completecontracting.com.

in areas prone to flooding- For applications for reconstruction, rehabilitation, addition, or other improvement of existing buildings or structures located in an area prone to flooding as established by Table R301.2(1), the building official shall examine or cause to be examined the construction/ flood in the photo to the left has removed the load bearing components of this spread foundation in two tiers Wind has blown back the metal mansard Wind vs Flood Flood Damage Out of date construction practices do /


What Really Keeps Insurance CEOs Awake at Night? Trends, Challenges & Opportunities Ole Miss Insurance Symposium Oxford, MS March 19, 2015 Download at.

prone to more cyclical volatility that personal lines. Recently, growth has stabilized in the/in Q4:2014; Commercial Auto and EPL Led the Way Percentage Change (%) Commercial Auto rate increases are large than any other line, followed by Employment Practices/Disasters in U.S. History (Insured Losses, 2013 Dollars, $ Billions) Superstorm Sandy in/in the Wake of the “Great Recession” Associated with Home Construction: Construction/1990-2014P *Private employment; Shaded areas indicate recessions. WC premiums for/


June 6, 20161 EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY CLIMATE CHANGE MASTER PLAN Presentation by JOHN MUNGAI Senior Meteorologist EAC During the meeting of the International.

emergency response as well as prevention and control programs;  Relocating humans from disaster prone areas e.g. from flood-prone areas to alternative safer areas;  Developing climate change awareness programmes involving all stakeholders;  Proper planning / Physical Infrastructure  Factoring in climate change into building codes and practice.  Adopting the design and materials of construction of infrastructure that are able to withstand extreme weather events;  Factoring in potential impact of any /


I n t e r n a t I o n a l R e c o v e r y P l a t f o r m

5: Sustaining an enabling and positive environment for gender mainstreaming Organizational workplace cultures must sustain the practices of gender mainstreaming. It may be necessary to develop an incentive structure for recognizing the good work done by an office or an individual. In 2002 gender planning became 5th area of evaluation Mainstreaming gender in disaster recovery institutions and organizations Case 5: Incentives to gender-sensitive programming/


IRREVERSIBLE LOSS: THREATS TO HUMAN HEALTH &

in the United States was 59. Globally, almost half of these diseases resulted from changes in land use, changes in agricultural and other food production practices/ kinds of safer and more /disasters Loss of biodiversity Human Impacts of Climate Change An increase in/in old orchards, near dead trees, in soils with limestone in it Morels… Are particularly prone to appear after forest fires… So much in fact that in the 19th century the Russian government passed a law making it illegal to burn down forest areas/


Speaker Sue Dill Calloway RN, Esq. CPHRM, CCMSCP AD, BA, BSN, MSN, JD

prone areas Consider the incidence, severity, and severity of problems in those areas/ resources Safer IV /in accordance with recognized surveillance practices such as those used by CDC NHSN (National Healthcare Safety Net) Requirement for hospitals to report central line infections to NHSN IC Officer’s Responsibilities Many have added these to their job descriptions Maintain sanitary hospital environment (ventilation and water controls, construction - make sure safe environment, safe air handling in areas/


Chao-Hsien Chu, Ph.D. College of Information Sciences and Technology The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 16802 Physical/

by Doing Theory  Practice IST 515 Security /that may exist in the environment in which the information / – Safer by Design (http:///area, building markings) Surrounding area and external factors (crime rate, riots, terrorism, first responder locations) Accessibility (road access, traffic, proximity to transportation services) Natural Disasters (floods, tornados, earthquakes) Physical Security Planning: Facility Other facility considerations: Physical construction/ dynamics is prone to inaccuracy relies/


CMS HOSPITAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION (COPS) 2015 All Day Program What PPS Hospitals Need to Know.

prone areas  Consider the incidence, severity, and severity of problems in those areas/  Safer IV/in accordance with recognized surveillance practices such as those used by CDC NHSN (National Healthcare Safety Net)  Requirement for hospitals to report central line infections to NHSN 555 IC Officer’s Responsibilities  Many have added these to their job descriptions  Maintain sanitary hospital environment (ventilation and water controls, construction - make sure safe environment, safe air handling in areas/


DZERZINSK, RUSSIA Potentially affected people: 300,000 Type of pollutants: Chemicals and toxic byproducts from Cold War-era chemical weapons.

will safely treat millions of gallons of radioactive and toxic waste currently stored in leak-prone underground tanks, according to the Seattle PI. Construction is presently under way on the massive "vitrification" project, which eventually would turn the waste into a glassy compound in order to trap the radioactive material for safer storage. The departments contractor, however, has halted most of the building due to/


11 Master of Business Administration Module Module Culture & Politics: International Politics A HEARTILY WELCOME! A HEARTILY WELCOME! Prof. Dr. Uwe HOLTZ.

and chances of survival. 5.International political relations are prone to conflict; state security is understood primarily as /significant aspects of international relations are socially constructed and not primarily based on geographical, /although neither of these extremes is reached in practice. www.ifpri.org/book-8018/ourwork/In Bonn, the United Nations organisations are supporting specific efforts by governments to achieve a sustainable future in areas such as climate change, desertification, disaster/


SAFETY ACCT-BVP1-3. Students will understand and follow safety procedures when working with TV equipment. a.) State general safety rules for operation.

. –A clear area should be maintained under any overhead working. –Never compromise the structural integrity of the grid or of any flying equipment – never exceed SWLs (Standard Weight Limits). –Ensure that all platforms (including audience seating) are structurally sound and suitable for the purpose. SAFETY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION MANAGER MANUAL HANDLING –Manual handling risks must be assessed and avoided where practicable. Check that/


Kyoto University Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies Community Based Recovery Process: Lessons and Challenges Rajib Shaw Associate Professor.

buildings exist Gap between knowledge and practice India Gujarat Earthquake 2001 Kyoto University Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies Urban Less Engineered ? Kyoto University Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies Rural Housing and Schools Kyoto University Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies Disaster as a Development Opportunity Not just rebuilding houses, but rebuilding lives PNY Housing Recovery Safer Construction Training & Demonstration Masons Training Shake/


CMS HOSPITAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION (COPS) 2011 What PPS Hospitals Need to Know.

high volume, or problem prone ( 285) CMS Hospital CoPs/and other resources  Safer IV pumps, new /in accordance with recognized surveillance practices such as those used by CDC NHSN (National Healthcare Safety Net)  Requirement for hospitals to report central line infections to NHSN 404 IC Officer’s Responsibilities  Many have added these to their job descriptions  Maintain sanitary hospital environment (ventilation and water controls, construction - make sure safe environment, safe air handling in areas/


CMS HOSPITAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION (COPS) 2014 What PPS Hospitals Need to Know.

, or problem prone ( 285)/  Safer IV / obtain medications in a disaster Formulary 511 /in accordance with recognized surveillance practices such as those used by CDC NHSN (National Healthcare Safety Net)  Requirement for hospitals to report central line infections and CaUTIs to NHSN 474 IC Officer’s Responsibilities  Many have added these to their job descriptions  Maintain sanitary hospital environment (ventilation and water controls, construction - make sure safe environment, safe air handling in areas/


18 – 24 APRIL 2015, GENEVA, SWITZERLAND EARLY RECOVERY ADVISOR TRAINING.

and improve resilience of communities by adopting safer construction practices by the community Local procurement of NFIs/construction and promotion of hygiene WATSAN EARLY RECOVERY PROGRAMME OPTIONS AND CLUSTERS (2) Expand surveillance and early warning systems for early detection and response to epidemic prone diseases Conduct public health interventions in hot spot areas/-recovery phase. School-based disaster management training and community engagement for disaster preparedness key messaging on school/


Planning and building more resilient communities Prue Digby Deputy Secretary Planning, Building and Heritage.

construction standards for mapped bushfire prone areas (updating the Victorian Building Code) Location, Layout, Siting & design Avoid locations where risk cannot be reduced to an acceptable level (i.e. bushfire hazard) Where hazards are manageable design settlements and buildings to match the risk Growth Area Planning Precinct Structure Planning Guidelines: building in resilience from the beginning Element 5, Integrated Water Management Development sensitive to flood/


Biblical EQ www.aibi.ph/beq/ © Copyright, John Edmiston 2001 A Christian Handbook For Emotional Transformation Part 6 – The Learning Organization.

am fearful by nature… Retreat is so much safer… All of the above are LIES that you /to recognize when you are zooming to disaster and practice keeping a lid on it. Take/Practical Techniques - 6 Learn correct responses by modeling mature Christians and by studying the heroes of the faith. Make a personal commitment to grow in this area/ and our sense of mastery and become constructive people. Paul Problema gets a flat tire/Emotionally damaged people tend to be prone to mistakes in judgment. They rush into love, /


Soil Slurry Churner 24-441 Engineering Design II: Conceptualization and Realization May 12, 2014 Team A5.

materials. She also constructed the platform, designed /in charge of electronic components and wiring, and aided prototype building. The Team In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, farmland surrounding the affected area/ it will exist in practice. This simulation was/in form of dial -inexpensive way of making design safer Bearing -sealed, able to work in/in the mixture while the drill runs. The paddle is not centered and can easily damage the bucket. The design has also been reviewed by users as prone/


Response to floods here indicates planned attempts at reducing or minimizing their devastating impact. The responses vary according to the intensity of.

to stand against rains, flooding and cyclones, are not carried out every year. Regularly structural adjustment to floods in disaster prone areas are to strengthen the bamboo poles supporting the house by tying ropes around and linking the main joints. Additional/ for cash needs safer places Cows / Goats-- Sold out or shifted to safer-- Sold out for cash needs, places Hiring of animals for cultivation Human Safety The most commonly practiced adjustment for human safety is the construction of machans inside /


Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorism

the practice of /disaster than this invasion.” OBL The Saudi royal family revokes Bin Laden’s citizenship Bin Laden in Sudan and Afghanistan 1992, Bin Laden moves to Sudan, where he helps an Islamic revolution under Hassan Turabi. He uses his money to fund Islamic militants and gets together more Arab veterans from Afghanistan and runs construction projects. OBL funds Muslim fighters in/prone/areas/safer place. If we get off oil, we will have no reason to be in the Middle East, thereby making our country safer/


Natural Gas Propane Butane

gas leak caused an explosion that injured 14 construction workers and damaged four floors on the unfinished /disasters. Source: Safe-T-Quake Co. Gas Pipe through Foundation Wall Below Grade not allowed in most areas/from lightning. Factors to consider include whether the area is prone to lightning. Areas with high lightning risk include but are not/, however, as a general practice, fuel gas piping, including CSST, should/NFPA 54 Handbook Double wall provides a safer installation Single wall more susceptible to /


Gilbert F. White National Flood Policy Forum Reducing Flood Losses: Is the 1% chance flood standard sufficient? Lawrence W. Olinger, P.E., Dewberry Doug.

constructed since regulations began are safer, sustain less damage Forum (Cont’d) Floodplain Management Progress based on the 1% Annual Chance Flood Development is clustered just outside the 1% boundary. Development is clustered just outside the 1% boundary. Grey area of uncertainty surrounds calculation of floodprone zone. Grey area/ Inc. Cooperative Support Disasters Roundtable William Hooke,/and associated practices have / changing conditions in watersheds, and/alluvial fans, subsidence-prone regions, and /


By: G Sachdeva 1 16 th July 2015 HUMAN ELEMENT WHY DO THINGS GO WRONG?

safer and more comfortable and less prone to examine the risks on the job. E:g: Pilotage in/ & stressed REMEMBERING THE EXXON VALDEZ DISASTER In March 1989, Exxon Valdez struck Bligh/true where organisations share their best practices in knowledge, skills and in attitudes focuses on organisations goals. /will be supported and dealt efficiently and constructively with regard to common overall goal)/in his perception there was no Risk. 4.The Master of “ABC” was very experienced and has been trading in this area/


Ancient China 1. The origins of the society: fact and myth

the riverbed to become built up and prone to flooding. The Yellow River is /in the worlds ancient architecture. The wall can be divided into two parts: southern part and northern part. · Southern part is very steep and dangerous with the area being not so well constructed, so there are not many visitors. · The Northern part is safer/Heaven had taken away the mandate. Natural disasters were also seen as a sign that/ very attractive and it became a common practice. It also became common for girls without/


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constructions. Experiments have shown that white blood cells, called lymphocytes, can attack cancer cells and hold them in/in the bowel. Fructose sugar looks identical to common white sugar, but is sweeter. It is a safer/ be prone to / sclerosis in areas where children/in respiratory problems amongst children. For many of these children, puffers (inhalants) have become a permanent part of their lives. A temporary protection against inevitable disaster/In Freedom in conjunction with Fasting To Freedom, practice/


Temptation & Vocation A Study Guide for CS Lewis’s Screwtape Letters

Infer Construct Scientific Model Collect Hard/Area of Life Devil’s Advice God’s Way Questions, Observations and Strategies Attitude to War (different ages) Extreme Convictions Patriotism / Pacifism Complacency (sleep) Prone/a disaster, even tough the same circumstances in other /Area of Life Devil’s Advice God’s Way Questions, Observations and Strategies Prayer Life a. Unreal, distracted b. Avoid Contact with God a. Practical b. Pray continually… -Keep watch… a. Philippians 4:6 “in/safer! There is always hope in/


HEALTH AWARENESS EDUCATION

of consciously constructed opportunities for /in the history of societies. It has affected—and been affected by—economic conditions, wars, and natural disasters/in promoting wellness and coping with illness. Any activity that expands your mind is geared toward this area/in order to avoid reinfection. Individuals can reduce their exposure to such sexual risks by practicing abstinence, using appropriate methods of contraception to avoid unwanted pregnancies, and using safer sex practices. Such practices/


Tutor2u Toyota Motor Corporation also known as “Toyota” Author: Mark Tottman.

in USA and Europe will affect demand New car retail sector is prone to fluctuations in/in technology are already moving fast and are set to speed up Opportunities ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems): advanced transport systems that are constructed/in brand Low ROCE and Net Profit Margin Hybrid, eco-friendly vehicles Technologies to make driving safer/In a crisis, the way the brand reacts is important The company was caught flat-footed by the public relations disaster/ style, practiced by Toyota/ in this area /


11 Master of Business Administration Module Module Culture & Politics: International Politics Prof. Dr. Uwe HOLTZ 28 / 29 November 2014.

in the Agenda for Change amongst other policy initiatives. In 2013, the EU stepped up efforts to build resilience in crisis prone countries. (food + nutrition, land degradation, disaster/constructively in the process of development and building democracy. The bigger challenge lies in/policy has a strategic interest in deepening bilateral cooperation in three main areas of activity: a) /Washington [S. R. is Distinguished Professor in the Practice of Development, Georgetown University, Washington] Since/


 “This workforce solution was funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The solution was created.

in areas of healthcare. 7. Explain the procedures used to respond to client and healthcare facility emergencies (including fire safety) and natural disasters/ from Illness or Injury Risks  Prone to falls Healthcare Considerations  Observe /, healthcare workers should teach and practice aseptic technique. Medical asepsis, which/ It is easier and safer to pull toward than/constructed of low- friction fabrics that glide over themselves during a patient’s transfer. They are used to reposition patient/residents in/


 “This workforce solution was funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The solution was created.

in areas of healthcare. 7. Explain the procedures used to respond to client and healthcare facility emergencies (including fire safety) and natural disasters/ from Illness or Injury Risks  Prone to falls Healthcare Considerations  Observe /, healthcare workers should teach and practice aseptic technique. Medical asepsis, which/ It is easier and safer to pull toward than/constructed of low- friction fabrics that glide over themselves during a patient’s transfer. They are used to reposition patient/residents in/


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construction work that involved heavy lifting. Back pain may increase on a fast due to toxins in the/ use the techniques of Eating In Freedom in conjunction with Xtreme Fasting, practice short fasts of two-to-five/ and other large particles. Monocytes usually enter areas of inflamed tissue or at sites of chronic/in your diet. To break a fast and gorge on meat, bread or junk food will be a disaster/Everything has risks, but juice fasting is a safer healing method than medications. Your physician will monitor /


NoCVA Hospital Engagement Network CLABSI Collaborative Orientation Webinar #3 Learning from Defects August 28, 2012 Jan Mangun, MT(ASCP), MSA, CPHRM Executive.

safer. It’s All About Prevention Reimbursement systems are being reengineered to reward the best performers (no margin, no mission, no salary, no job…) Growing transparency of outcomes – public reporting Defects are expensive in many ways… Excellence in/in a life-threatening situation one day. I was practicing normalized deviance: any dog owner knows that allowing your dog to ride in a motor vehicle with their head out the window is asking for disaster/–other areas/people possibly prone to/drive constructive, /


Chapter 14 Toward a New Heaven and a New Earth: The Scientific Revolution and the Emergence of Modern Science.

mathematician Opposed both dogmatism and skepticism Erroneous belief in God is a safer bet than erroneous unbelief Francis Bacon Two /disasters and disabilities Christian clergy: practiced “high magic” (Eucharist, Penance, Confession, Exorcism) Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458. All rights reserved. Three Witches Burned Alive in/Atlantic to Salem Massachusetts in 1692 Witch hunts arise in areas experiencing religious conflict Occurs in areas both Protestant and Catholic./


Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its public health assistance to Sub-Saharan Africa. Topic Lecture.

emerging and epidemic-prone diseases. Such outbreaks are occurring in increasing numbers,/practices and lack of training in advanced medical procedures limit the services women can access at critical moments. Family Planning In recent decades, there have been tremendous advances in the development of safer and more effective contraceptives, and in/ Borders Disaster Pornography Foucault Nietzsche Norm Zizek Threat construction Human /Budget Tradeoff Relations Advantage Areas Death State collapse Racism /


Chapter 15. Partner Work 100 points List 5 personality traits you have Check mark positive traits Minus sign negative traits Up arrow high energy traits.

fuels eros. – Erogenous zones-- sensitive body areas Personality Development Freud’s Psychosexual Stages Stage Focus /safer outlet Defense Mechanisms cont. Denial :The process of refusing to admit that there is a problem Sublimination: The process of channeling emotional energy into constructive/ Genius prone Talented /well Seeks practical solutions /in the present Changeable disposition Sincere at heart Always a child The Sanguine As A Parent Makes Home Fun Is liked by childrens friends Turns disaster/


"What we know about happiness, including its alternatives" Senior Scholars of Charlotte Queens Sports Complex March 4, 2013.

Proneness to/safer goals 38 FLOW, Mihalyi Czikszentmihalyi Frustration FLOW Hi Lo Hi Boredom Demands Resources Rate Yourself on Flow: □I would like to reduce boredom in some areas □I would like to reduce frustration in some areas □I am experiencing about the right amount of flow in/ for Constructive Feedback /in my planning? 89 Examples of synergy… Volunteer for homeless shelter + learn to bake bread = bake bread for homeless shelter More piano practice + more writing = put keyboard by computer and practice/


Simulation with ArenaChapter 1 – What Is Simulation?Slide 1 of 23 What is Simulation? Chapter 1.

much easier, faster, cheaper, safer  Can try wide-ranging ideas/the most useful, popular tool in the broader area of operations research / management/in utility and interest — simulation – First in familiarity — LP (simulation was second)  1983, 1989, 1993: Longitudinal study of corporate practice/in simulation software  Far easier to use (GUIs)  No longer as restrictive in modeling constructs / batch processed  Often used to clean up “disastersin auto, aerospace industries – Car plant; heavy demand /


Slide 1 of 23 What is Simulation? Last revision June 7, 2003.

, safer /in the broader area/in utility and interest — simulation – First in familiarity — LP (simulation was second)  1983, 1989, 1993: Longitudinal study of corporate practice/in simulation software  Far easier to use (GUIs)  No longer as restrictive in modeling constructs/in estimate is “small enough”  Variance reduction (Buffon Cross) Slide 17 of 23 Using Computers to Simulate General-purpose languages (FORTRAN)  Tedious, low-level, error-prone/to clean up “disastersin auto, aerospace industries/


Simulation with Arena, 4 th ed.Chapter 1 – What Is Simulation?Slide 1 of 23 Chapter 1 What is Simulation? Last revision January 22, 2007.

easier, faster, cheaper, safer  Can try wide/useful, popular tool in the broader area of operations research /in utility and interest — simulation – First in familiarity — LP (simulation was second)  1983, 1989, 1993: Longitudinal study of corporate practice/in simulation software  Far easier to use (GUIs)  No longer as restrictive in modeling constructs/Tedious, low-level, error-prone  But, almost complete flexibility Support packages /  Often used to clean up “disastersin auto, aerospace industries – Car plant;/


Chapter 1 – What Is Simulation?Slide 1 of 23 Chapter 1 What is Simulation?

usually much easier, faster, cheaper, safer  Can try wide-ranging ideas/the most useful, popular tool in broader area of operations research / management/in utility and interest — simulation – First in familiarity — LP (simulation was second)  1983, 1989, 1993: Longitudinal study of corporate practice/in simulation software  Far easier to use (GUIs)  No longer as restrictive in modeling constructs/, batch processed  Often used to clean up “disastersin auto, aerospace industries – Car plant; heavy demand /


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