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Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Disaster Management in School : Disaster Management in School Prof. Suresh G. Isave, Tilak College of Education, Pune-30 INDIA Concept : email@example.com 2 Concept Disaster – “A serious disruption of human or natural material.” Management – “Management is the task of planning, coordinating, motivating, and controlling the efforts of others towards specific objectives.” -- James L. Lundy. Disaster Management : Definition : firstname.lastname@example.org 3 Disaster Management : Definition “A planned approach for prevention of disaster, preparedness and response to disaster and recovery following disaster.” Types of Disaster : email@example.com 4 Types of Disaster Man Made Terrorist activity. Kidnapping. Ragging. Fights. Riots. Fire. Building collapse. Accidents. Health problems Natural Fire. Earthquake. Flood. Heavy Rain. Viral attack. Is it a new concept ? : firstname.lastname@example.org 5 Is it a new concept ? Praying for God. Praying for natural powers like Fire, Rain, Lightning, Water, Wind etc. Society. Kingdom. Emperors like Napoleon, Akabar, Shivaji etc. Constitution, Government. Disaster Management : email@example.com 6 Disaster Management DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION : firstname.lastname@example.org 7 DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION Disaster Management is a continuous process : email@example.com 8 Disaster Management is a continuous process PRE – DISASTER : firstname.lastname@example.org 9 PRE – DISASTER Prevention. Risk assessment. Possibilities. Risk Assessment Factors : email@example.com 10 Risk Assessment Factors Geographical. Social. Physical. Human. Geographical Factors : firstname.lastname@example.org 11 Geographical Factors Climate, Landform, Soil, Vegetation, Animal life etc. Social Factors : email@example.com 12 Social Factors Race, Religion, Caste, Education, Political, Tourism, Traffic, Industry Physical Factors : firstname.lastname@example.org 13 Physical Factors Building – protection wall, gates, parking, system, base, tiling, height, stories, staircase, air-light-water system, electric wiring, fire alarm system etc. Inflammable items – gas, chemicals, generators, vehicles etc Classrooms – size, benches, door, windows, fan, switches, bulb/tubes, speakers. Physical Factors : email@example.com 14 Physical Factors Risk rooms – canteen, mess, kitchen, storeroom, labs, library, main fuse room. Water – clean, maintained, emergency storage, buckets, pipes etc. Ground – size, soil, clean, entries, exits, parking. Human Factors : firstname.lastname@example.org 15 Human Factors Teachers, students, parents, administrators, management, government etc. Alert and trained. Content of Training – knowledge of disaster-possibilities-institution's condition, solutions etc. Drills. Preparedness : email@example.com 16 Preparedness Establishment of disaster management committee. Members – management, teachers, students representatives, parents, support staff, special member like doctors, advocates, media, police, psychologists etc. Preparedness : firstname.lastname@example.org 17 Preparedness I.D.M.P. (institutional disaster management plan) Orientations. List of possible disasters. Prevention measures. Division of duties and responsibilities. Possible actions. Documentation. Serious Rehearsals. In The Disaster : email@example.com 18 In The Disaster Activation of plan of action decided. Take maximum care of students. Coordination. Communication. Documentation. First aids. Evacuation. Post Disaster Management : firstname.lastname@example.org 19 Post Disaster Management Recovery. Proper; on time communication. Health – physical, psychological. Alternatives. Research. Documentation. Reasons of Disasters : email@example.com 20 Reasons of Disasters Natural Reasons : firstname.lastname@example.org 21 Natural Reasons Climate. Landslide. Flood. Fire. Earthquake etc. Human Reasons : email@example.com 22 Human Reasons Lack of scientific knowledge and attitude. Carelessness. Ignorance. Lack of planning. Administrative problems. Economical. Lack of training. Possible Occasions : firstname.lastname@example.org 23 Possible Occasions Assemblies. Sports. Gathering. Excursion. Laboratory. Cooking. Social disorder. Extreme climatic conditions. Day celebrations. Participation in Social activities. Institution’s Role in Disaster Management in Society : email@example.com 24 Institution’s Role in Disaster Management in Society Pre-Disaster Situation : firstname.lastname@example.org 25 Pre-Disaster Situation Training of people. Awareness programs. Street plays, dramas, posters, runs etc. Publications. Researches. Active in social gatherings. In Disaster and Post Disaster : email@example.com 26 In Disaster and Post Disaster Educational help. Be an active member of a society. Play proper role on proper time. Give moral support. Provide material / economical / physical support. Help out in research and documentation. TEACHER’S QUALITIES : firstname.lastname@example.org 27 TEACHER’S QUALITIES Dedication. Determination. Scientific knowledge and attitude. Decision making. Cooperation. Matured and balanced. Leadership. Research and documentation. Thanks ! : email@example.com 28 Thanks ! You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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