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what happen in Jeddah 2011 and 2012

what happen in Jeddah 2011 and 2012

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    Jeddah disaster Jeddah disaster Presentation Transcript

    • Jeddah DisasterEthical study of what happen in Jeddah flood SELP 540 Engineering Ethics By Abdulaziz Almaarik
    • Jeddah city Saudi Arabia
    • What happened in Jeddah didn’t stay in Jeddah!
    • Introduction• The history of Jeddah Sanitation.• The Mesk Lake.• Project Management Failures• Why did the government and the companies did before the disaster.• Why did they not respond immediately after the first disaster.
    • The history of Jeddah Sanitation.• Week of planning.• No predictions about the future.• Environmental pollution.
    • What happen?• In 2009, rain flood effected the city at least 70 were killed and more that 300 is missing.• The government did not respond immediately.
    • So what?• In 2011, rain flood accrue again and more that 100 people were killed.• The planning stage in that time to solve the problem did not finished yet.
    • Now what?• After 2011, the government discharge the Mesk lake from water in 15 days.• The government announced that there is 8 new project will start immediately with the cost of 2 billion dollars.• The government will pay for all the harm, people or objects.
    • Back to the problem• Taking charge of responsibilities.• No prediction about the future and the Gov. did not make a moral choices.• Honesty.• Environmental ethics.
    • Thank youAbdulaziz Almaarik