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Disaster Prevention and Management

Опубликовано на портале: 09-01-2003
Warren Payne Disaster Prevention and Management. 1994.  Vol. 3. No. 1. P. 42 - 46. 
Observes one local borough's handling of emergency information in cases of crisis. Looks at the organizational aspects and in particular to how specialized personnel can be brought into play - using a control centre and a liaison controller. Goes on to show how this would be used and the tasks of the principles involved.
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003
Gordon Iles Disaster Prevention and Management. 1994.  Vol. 3. No. 1. P. 61 - 65. 
Compares the different types of local authorities within the United Kingdom and the various duties imposed on them by statute or morals. Outlines the history of emergency planning in general and shows how local authorities become involved. Reviews the facilities and support available to the emergency services from these authorities. Details these in departmental form, including Works and Services; Education; Welfare and Social Services; Libraries; Housing; and Environmental Health. Outlines the services provided: supply of transport, equipment, plant and personnel; the identification, designation and preparation of premises for use as survivor reception, rest, relatives, or media centres or as temporary mortuaries; and the provision of trauma and bereavement counselling and co-ordination of volunteer services. Concludes with a discussion of the restoration phase: the setting up and management of trust funds; siting and erection of memorials; and re-establishment of the incident site.
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003
Henry W. Fisher Disaster Prevention and Management. 1998.  Vol. 7. No. 1. P. 28 - 37. 
Multimedia, CD-ROM, DVD, Internet, Web Sites and e-mail are all part of a constantly changing, emerging array of the new information technologies which are being utilized in public education and are increasingly being applied to emergency planning and training activities to enhance emergency preparedness. Illustrations are presented which demonstrate the utility of multimedia, CD-ROM, and Internet applications to this process. These technologies will be applied to demonstrate how emergency planners may more effectively accomplish their mission to educate the larger community on a variety of issues such as the need to adopt proposed mitigation strategies, to respond to disaster warnings and evacuation suggestions. These technologies will also be applied to demonstrate how response and recovery information can be readily disseminated to an impacted area. Applications will also be provided which demonstrate the utility of these technologies in enhancing training activities for emergency personnel as well as extending the opportunity for such training beyond the time and place of the original trainer.