Part II The Case For A Major Paradigmn Shift Towards Disaster Resiliency During 2014 And Beyond

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It will require new thinking and a strategic concentration of limited national and global resources to move from the current status quo of depending upon almost all emergency response operations to cope with almost all natural hazards to a wise mix of anticipation of what will likely happen, and implementation of the five integrated disaster resiliency policies to cope with the expected and unexpected that happen all the time a natural hazard occurs in our chaotic world. Who can provide the leadership for this kind of major paradigm shift? Presentation courtesy of Dr. Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction

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Part II The Case For A Major Paradigmn Shift Towards Disaster Resiliency During 2014 And Beyond

  1. 1. THE CASE FOR A MAJOR PARADIGMN SHIFT FROM RESPONSE TO ANTICIPATION AND DISASTER RESILIENCY DURING 2014 AND BEYOND PART 2
  2. 2. EMERGENCY SITUATIONS IMPACT EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND RECOVERY OPERATIONS
  3. 3. EMERGENCY RESPONSE OPERATIONS
  4. 4. EMERGENCY RESPONSE OPERATIONS • 1: TRANSPORTATION • 2: COMMUNICATION • 3: PUBLIC WORKS AND ENGINEERING • 4: FIREFIGHTING • 5: INFORMATION AND PLANNING • 6: MASS CARE
  5. 5. EMERGENCY RESPONSE OPERATIONS • 7: EMERGENCY RESOURCES • 8: HEALTH CARE AND MEDICAL SERVICES • 9: URBAN SEARCH AND RESCUE • 10: HAZARDOUS MATERIALS • 11: FOOD • 12: ENERGY
  6. 6. SITUATION: LOSS OF POWER AND A FIRE IN AN URBAN AREA
  7. 7. SITUATION: LOSS OF FIRE FIGHTING CAPABILITY
  8. 8. SITUATION: INNOVATIVE FIRE FIGHTING
  9. 9. SITUATION: FIRE IN AN OIL REFINERY
  10. 10. SITUATION: LIQUEFACTION
  11. 11. SITUATION: DAMAGE TO UTILITY CORRIDOR
  12. 12. SITUATION: LIQUIFICATION
  13. 13. SITUATION: LIQUIFACTION
  14. 14. SITUATION: LIQUIFACTION DAM FAILURE
  15. 15. SITUATION: LATERAL SPREADING
  16. 16. SITUATION: SUBSIDENCE IN PORT AREA
  17. 17. SITUATIONS: COLLAPSE AND NON-COLLAPSE SIDE-BY-SIDE
  18. 18. SITUATION: SUCCESSFUL ENERGY DISSIPATION
  19. 19. SITUATION: LOSS OF FUNCTION OF SCHOOL
  20. 20. SITUATION: LOSS OF FUNCTION OF HOSPITAL
  21. 21. SITUATION: LOSS OF FUNCTION: ELEVATED EXPRESSWAY
  22. 22. SITUATION: LOSS OF FUNCTION HANSHIN EXPRESSWAY
  23. 23. SITUATION: LOSS OF FUNCTION OF FREEWAY SYSTEM
  24. 24. EARTHQUAKES CAN TRIGGER ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS • A CONTINUING PROCESS WITH OPPORTUNITIES FOR HUNAN INTERVENTION OCCURRENCE OF A DAMAGING EARTHQUAKE RELEASE OF TOXIC MATERIAL TO AIR INCREASED POTENTIAL FOR DISEASE RELEASE OF TOXIC MATERIAL TO WATER FIRE AND DEBRIS RELEASE OF TOXIC MATERIAL TO SOIL
  25. 25. SITUATION: RELEASE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
  26. 26. SITUATION: RELEASE OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
  27. 27. SITUATION: COLLAPSE OF TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
  28. 28. SITUATION: EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE NEEDS
  29. 29. SITUATION: TEMPORARY SHELTER NEEDS
  30. 30. SITUATION: AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE AND FIRES
  31. 31. SITUATION: FOOD AND WATER NEEDS
  32. 32. SITUATION: RESTORATION OF FUNCTION
  33. 33. SITUATION: RESTORATION OF BUSINESS
  34. 34. SITUATION: RESTORATION OF BUSINESS
  35. 35. SITUATION: RESTORATION OF REFINERY OPERATION
  36. 36. SITUATION: RESTORATION OF UTILITY CORRIDOR
  37. 37. SITUATION: RESTORATION OF A BUSINESS DISTRICT
  38. 38. SITUATION: RESTORATION OF A TRANSPORTATION ROUTE
  39. 39. SITUATION: RESTORATION OF AIRPORT SERVICES
  40. 40. SITUATION: RESTORATION OF POWER

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