•A disaster is a natural or man-made hazard resulting in an event ofsubstantial extent causing significant physicaldamage ...
1.) WATER – One mustcarry a sufficientbackup of drinkingwater. (1 gallon perperson per day)
2.)FLASH LIGHT – Apowerful flashlightwith a backup ofbatteries is alsonecessary.
3.)TRANSISTOR - Asmall, battery-operated radio isimportant to monitorthe events, duringand after thedisaster.
4.)FOOD - Pack food that will last for at least 3 to7 days. Avoid food that makes you thirsty.
5.)BLANKET - If you live in a cold climate, you mustthink about warmth. It is possible that you willnot have heat. Think a...
6.) ROPES – ROPES CANPROVE VERYHELPFUL IN CERTAINSITUATIONS.
7.) MULTI-PURPOSEKNIFE
8.) CLOTHING - sturdyshoes, hats, gloves,etc.
9.) MEDICAL KIT –GAUGES,ANTISEPTICS, ETC.
9.) HYGIENE KIT –PAPER SOAP,SANITARY NAPKINS,TOOTHBRUSHES, ETC.
- INDIA - 101- JAPAN - 119- UK - 999- USA - 911FIREBRIGADE
- INDIA - 102- JAPAN - 119- UK - 112- USA - 911AMBULANCE
- INDIA - 100- JAPAN - 110- UK - 101- USA - 911POLICE
Disaster mgt iii   v
Disaster mgt iii   v
Disaster mgt iii   v
Disaster mgt iii   v
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PPT ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT FOR CLASSES III - V

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Disaster mgt iii v

  1. 1. •A disaster is a natural or man-made hazard resulting in an event ofsubstantial extent causing significant physicaldamage or destruction, loss of life, or drasticchange to the environment.• One must remain fully prepared to deal withdisaster at any time.• A DISASTER KIT and knowledge ofEMERGENCY NUMBERS is the first andbasic step towards this.
  2. 2. 1.) WATER – One mustcarry a sufficientbackup of drinkingwater. (1 gallon perperson per day)
  3. 3. 2.)FLASH LIGHT – Apowerful flashlightwith a backup ofbatteries is alsonecessary.
  4. 4. 3.)TRANSISTOR - Asmall, battery-operated radio isimportant to monitorthe events, duringand after thedisaster.
  5. 5. 4.)FOOD - Pack food that will last for at least 3 to7 days. Avoid food that makes you thirsty.
  6. 6. 5.)BLANKET - If you live in a cold climate, you mustthink about warmth. It is possible that you willnot have heat. Think about your clothing andbedding supplies.
  7. 7. 6.) ROPES – ROPES CANPROVE VERYHELPFUL IN CERTAINSITUATIONS.
  8. 8. 7.) MULTI-PURPOSEKNIFE
  9. 9. 8.) CLOTHING - sturdyshoes, hats, gloves,etc.
  10. 10. 9.) MEDICAL KIT –GAUGES,ANTISEPTICS, ETC.
  11. 11. 9.) HYGIENE KIT –PAPER SOAP,SANITARY NAPKINS,TOOTHBRUSHES, ETC.
  12. 12. - INDIA - 101- JAPAN - 119- UK - 999- USA - 911FIREBRIGADE
  13. 13. - INDIA - 102- JAPAN - 119- UK - 112- USA - 911AMBULANCE
  14. 14. - INDIA - 100- JAPAN - 110- UK - 101- USA - 911POLICE

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