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    10042010 hazard reduction recommendation apa 10042010 hazard reduction recommendation apa Presentation Transcript

    • RECOMMENDATION 1 MAKING OF HAZARD PLANNING MAP - HAZARD PLANNING TO REDUCE RISK RECOMMENDATIONS 1° Project Goals (Goal 1 and goal 2) 2° Project complementarity (not converging) 3° Project needs : evidence and priorities 4°Integration of risk planning into programs and planning (comprehensive planning DISASTER REDUCTION WHAT WORKS GS RADJOU My conclusion on recommendation 1 + as a participant to the Grand Paris Conference -2010- and through the reading of the first recommendation of APA and FEMA in the their document « Hazard Mitigation Integrating Best Practices into Planning »
    • Comprehensive plan GS RADJOU [ Complementary Goals and Objectives in the Local Hazard Mitigation Plan and Comprehensive Plan ] Hazard plan
    • RECOMMENDATION 2 CAPITAL BUDGETING 1° Searching for public investment is the sign that the public is participating in the risk reduction/risk sharing culture. Borrowing money through banks, taxes, national contributions, financial leverage of governments, debt financing, ..,.etc. 2° Enforcing development laws (is a sign for roads ahead for safer community) 3° Best management signs are documented evidence of project risk reduction advancement through project maps to show to the general public during consultation processes 4° Forecast budgets: initial investment and follow ups with the various cash-flows GS RADJOU
    • No estimate at this step, but help to scale the project Assessment of financial needs per activities Add costs for mitigations To reduce uncertainties With project periods to define resource allocations for first year and followings GS RADJOU Source: project management [Implementing Hazard Mitigation through Government Expenditures and Development Regulations ]
    • HAZARD MITIGATION INTEGRATING BEST PRACTICE INTO PLANNING For findings and the full of the recommendations for what works, what does not work and the lessons, see chapter 9, page 131 Editor of the report is James C Schwab, AICP American Planning Association, Planning Advisory, report number 560 . This report was financially sponsored by Federal Management Emergency Agency (FEMA) and Department Homeland Security (DHS) GS RADJOU
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