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  • Flood Essay

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    Authorities (PBT) includes two steps, namely, structured and unstructured. Structural measures adopted in Malaysia are like dams and dykes to control flood flows and non-structural measures are such as land use planning and flood forecasting and warning systems to mitigate the effects of floods (Chan, 2012; Khalid, & Shafiai, 2015). Structural measures implemented to reduce the danger of flooding so as not to pose a greater hazard to people in the flood plain. Agencies involved in the success of

  • Mission Trip In America

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    bring awareness to the country’s problematic outgrowth, slowdowns, and targeted population’s needs by educating the entire population. In understanding the reasons for the majority of their economic declines and/or targets, alongside with safety and health issue warnings. In addition, the unofficial accountable economy figures aren’t mentioned in the statistics. While the population growth is increasing over a 5 year duration, it shows a diverse impact to the populace in each country from a numeric approach

  • The Forgotten : How The Disabled Are Left Out Of Disaster Preparedness

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    Interestingly enough, the United States disability statistics exceed 15% of the population. With time, it may be expected that the WHO’s estimate of the worldwide disabled population will grow with situational awareness and better identification of disabilities. In a detailed analysis of 9/11 survivors, a list of people with vulnerabilities included: acute illness, trauma or recent

  • Narcotic Abuse In Health Care

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    misuse of Narcotic can be to human health. Narcotic abuse in the emergency department According to research, the fastest growing drug-related problems in the United States is the abuse and distribution of prescription narcotics says Morbidity and Mortality Week Report (Gale, 2008, p. 1191-1192). This epidemic shows up in the stem from the emergency department. It is said that Narcotic abusers pay more attention to have unwarranted emergency department visits that cause effects on our nation's increasing

  • Foreign Exchange Market

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    extent reduce the impact of damage though we cannot reduce the extent of damage itself Generally, disaster has the following effects in the concerned areas, 1. It completely disrupts the normal day to day life 2. It negatively influences the emergency systems 3. Normal needs and processes like food, shelter, health, etc. are affected and deteriorate depending on the intensity and severity of the disaster. The development of disaster recovery plans,( for minimizing the risk of disasters and for

  • Questions on Emergency Preparation

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    as a warning to the authority on adoption and implementation of crucial measures in relation to the prevention of future occurrences of similar events. The event was a cause of numerous deaths, darkness, and destruction of properties thus leaving the society under enormous pressure economically, socially, and psychologically. The occurrence should be a wake up call for authority and society to enhance their preparedness in order to minimize devastation left by the storm. Was the emergency preparation

  • Emergency Management And Disaster Response Essay

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    capabilities created through social media’s many uses have forever changed global politics, business, and interpersonal communication. This emergence of social media has also changed emergency management and disaster response. Emergency management as a whole is fairly new, only creating widely recognized, integrated emergency management systems beginning in the 1970s. Furthermore, at this same time people realized that the effects disasters have on the communities they strike can be mitigated by the creation

  • Emergency Massaging Systems in Myanmar

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    1 . Existing emergency messaging systems in Myanmar - Presently, Myanmar doesn’t have its own satellites and has a contract with Thailand to use the Thai Com 5 satellite for internet services. However, the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology is planning to launch the first Myanmar satellite in a joint project with a Japanese company. This project is expected to start very soon which implies that Myanmar will be able to expand the use of satellite communications in the short run.

  • The Media, Disasters, and Aid Essay

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    profound impact on our awareness of humanitarian emergencies and disaster relief around the world. The reality of these disasters, and our responses to them, are heavily influenced by the framework that the media uses – through exposure on television, radio and in print – to capture our attention. The media has a number of important responsibilities during a natural disaster. I have broken down their responsibilities into four stages: early warning, immediate response, post-disaster review, and

  • Private Sector In Emergency Response

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    Introduction The emission of dangerous, hazardous gas clouds into the residential area may expose the local population to serious threats. In such a situation, it is important to unite the efforts of the entire community to address the issue successfully and to minimize casualties and injuries caused to the population. This is why the involvement of the private sector in the emergency response is pivotal and should focus on the involvement of private companies operating in the field of transportation