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Disaster

  1. 1. DISASTER
  2. 2. GROUP MEMBERS ABDUL RAHMAN BIN YUSOFF@ATAN KHAIRUNNISABINTI MASKURI CYPRIANA CAYAUS FATIN NASUHA BINTI ZAMRI MOHAMAD NOORFAHMI RUZAINI BIN MD YUSOFF
  3. 3. DISASTER Sudden, calamitous events, that seriously disrupts the functioning of community or society, causes human, material, economic or environmental losses, that exceed the community’s or society’s ability to cope using it’s own resources.
  4. 4. (VULNERABILITY + HAZARD) / CAPACITY= DISASTER Hazard impacts on vulnerable people Ability to cope with hazard VULNERABILITY : Inability to withstand the impact of hazard. HAZARD : Situation that threaten life 1. Natural hazard 2. Man-made hazard CAPACITY : Ability to cope with the impact of hazard.
  5. 5. Heavy Rain in Tanjung Malim??
  6. 6. DISASTER NATURAL DISASTER -Natural occurring physical phenomena MAN-MADE DISASTER - Events caused by humans
  7. 7. Factors Of Natural Disaster
  8. 8. Earthquakes:- Tectonic plates Floods:- Seasonal climactic change Wildfire:- lightning strikes to the earth Tsunamis:- decline or uplift in a plate Volcanos:- Magma or molten rock
  9. 9. Prevention of Natural Disaster
  10. 10. Earthquakes • strengthening the infrastructure of buildings Tornados/Floods • modifying building • codes to ensure that buildings can withstand high winds, forbidding • building on land that is prone to flooding and identification of evacuation procedures Volcanic eruption/tsunami • Climate monitoring
  11. 11. EFFECT Physical Destruction Distruption of utilities Economics Environment Emotional Geography
  12. 12. ANTHROPOGENIC DISASTER “ WHAT YOU GIVE YOU GET BACK ”
  13. 13. Anthropogenic Disaster WHAT IS ANTHROPOGENIC DISASTER? Threat havingan elementof humanintent,negligence,or involving a failureof humanmade system.
  14. 14. Categories SociologicalHazards - Crime - Civil Disorder - Terrorism - War TechnologicalHazards - Industrial Hazardous Materials - Structural Collapse - Power and Energy Outage - WildFire and OpenBurning - Transportation
  15. 15. Sociological hazards Ways to Mitigate the disaster: EDUCATEPEOPLE ROUND TABLEAPPROACH COMMUNITYCONCERN LAW ENFORCEMENT
  16. 16. TECHNOLOGICAL HAZARDS Ways to Mitigate the disaster: Green technology restriction Agenda 21 diplomacy

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