Disaster Management

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About this app

✴ United Nations defines a disaster as a serious disruption of the functioning of a community or a society. Disasters involve widespread human, material, economic or environmental impacts, which exceed the ability of the affected community or society to cope using its own resources.✴

► Red Cross and Red Crescent societies define disaster management as the organisation and management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies, in particular preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters.❱

☆ Types of disasters ☆

►There is no country that is immune from disaster, though vulnerability to disaster varies. There are four main types of disaster.❱

❰ Natural disasters: including floods, hurricanes, earthquakes and volcano eruptions that have immediate impacts on human health and secondary impacts causing further death and suffering from (for example) floods, landslides, fires, tsunamis.❱

❰ Environmental emergencies: including technological or industrial accidents, usually involving the production, use or transportation of hazardous material, and occur where these materials are produced, used or transported, and forest fires caused by humans.
Complex emergencies: involving a break-down of authority, looting and attacks on strategic installations, including conflict situations and war.❱

❰ Pandemic emergencies: involving a sudden onset of contagious disease that affects health, disrupts services and businesses, brings economic and social costs.❱

【Topics covered in this App are Listed Below】

⇢ What is disaster management?

⇢ Types of disasters

⇢ Disaster prevention

⇢ Disaster preparedness

⇢ Disaster relief

⇢ Disaster recovery

⇢ Organisations involved in disaster management

⇢ The United Nations and its organisations

⇢ Health Care in Danger project

⇢ The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

⇢ The International Committee of the Red Cross

⇢ International non-governmental agencies

⇢ National organisations

⇢ Disaster management - How individual physical therapists can contribute

⇢ Contributing to local disaster planning and preparation

⇢ Donating money or supplies

⇢ Supporting disaster relief organisations

⇢ Volunteering

⇢ Earthquakes - What Is An Earthquake

⇢ Classifying An Earthquake

⇢ Some Recent Earthquakes

⇢ Fault Lines And Earthquakes

⇢ Nature of Losses And Damages

⇢ Aftershocks

⇢ Implications of Aftershocks

⇢ Recognizing an Earthquake

⇢ Immediate Injuries

⇢ Immediate Safety

⇢ Predicting An Earthquake

⇢ Constructing Your House

⇢ Earthquake-Proof Your Home

⇢ Volcanos

⇢ Floods

⇢ Prevention of Flood

⇢ Tornadoes, Typhoons, Cyclones

⇢ Fire

⇢ Uneven Distribution Of Incidents

⇢ Conditions Needed For A Fire

⇢ Classes Of Fire

⇢ Types Of Fire Extinguishers

⇢ Fire Fighting Strategies

⇢ Using An Extinguisher

⇢ Precautions While Fighting A Fire

⇢ Deciding Whether To Fight The Fire Or Leave The Site

⇢ During The Fire

⇢ When On Road

⇢ If You Want To Help

⇢ Finally

⇢ Nuclear Leaks

⇢ Terrorist Activities

⇢ Structural Damage

⇢ Collapse of Individual Structures

⇢ Search and Rescue

⇢ Tsunami

⇢ Heat Wave

⇢ Nuclear and Radiological Emergency

⇢ Biological disasters

⇢ Chemical Disaster

⇢ Hazard

⇢ volcanoes

⇢ Why do volcanoes erupt?

⇢ Types of volcanoes

⇢ Types of volcanic eruptions

⇢ Volcanic eruptions in the sea

⇢ Inside a volocano

⇢ The effects of volcanic eruptions

⇢ Important volcano words

⇢ landslides and mudflows

⇢ How do landslides form?

⇢ Causes of landslides

⇢ Types of landslides

⇢ Landslide prone areas

⇢ Landslides prevention

⇢ Tornado Climatology

⇢ Tornado Safety Measures

⇢ Dam failure

⇢ History of Dam Failures

⇢ Floods

⇢ Types of floods

⇢ Flood risk management

⇢ Drought

⇢ Causes of Drought

⇢ Effects of Drought

⇢ Experts suggestions of avalanche

⇢ Avalanche Prevention and Control

⇢ Hailstorm

⇢ Avalanche
Updated on
Oct 12, 2022

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