Coping with Disaster This paper will discuss Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Management that are city wide or larger in scope. It will first define disaster, then examine the typical stages in preparing for and coping with a disaster. Disaster Management with Uttrakhand Lessons Essay Uttarakhand Disaster In June 2013, a multiday cloudburst Aarti Dhar Share print T Could the Uttarakhand tragedy have been avoided, or at least minimised?
There is no simple answer. Disaster Management Essay 3 (250 words) Disaster is a catastrophic situation in which normal pattern of life or ecosystem gets disturbed and extraordinary emergency interventions are required to save and preserve lives or environment. Essay# 2. Indian Red Cross Responds to the Uttarakhand Disaster: The Indian Red Cross responded to the Uttarakhand disaster by mobilising the National disaster response team (NDRT), Regional disaster response team (RDRT) and National disaster watsan response team (NDWRT) members who were alerted for possible deployment.
Disaster Management in Pakistan On 26th October this year, thirty six trapped Chilean mine workers were rescued by drilling a deep hole into the mine.
A month later, twenty nine mine workers in Newzeland died after remaining trapped for days in a mine. Poor disaster management cost precious lives. In Pakistan, too, Disaster management is When it comes to the disaster recovery case study, three steps the CIO could have taken to reduce the likelihood of the system failure are; risk analysis, risk management lead by the chief security officer, and security system evaluation. In June 2013, a multiday cloudburst centered on the North Indian state Uttarakhand, caused devastating floods and landslides, creating the country's most recent natural disaster since the 2004 tsunami.
The reason the floods occurred was that the rainfall received was on a larger scale than the regular rainfall the state usually received. Aug 11, 2013 Empowering the disaster management authorities is at the need of the hour in all states especially the seismic zones and hilly areas. Use of modern technology for an aerial survey with the help of meteorological departments and experts on the pertinent matters can help mitigate the situations. Essay# 1. Introduction to Disaster: India is one of the most disasterprone countries in the world.
Its location and geographical features render it vulnerable to a number of natural hazards including cyclones, droughts, floods, earthquakes, forest fires,