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Gantt charts are a great way to visualize project timelines and track progress. They can help you stay organized, on top of tasks, and ensure that your projects are completed on time. Fortunately, creating a Gantt chart in PowerPoint is easy with the help of templates. Here are some tips for making the most of your Gantt chart template in PowerPoint.
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Disaster management ppt VIII and IX class social project
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this ppt is based on the tsunami 2004 and also describes about what is disaster management
Text of Disaster management ppt VIII and IX class social project
Choithram School North CampusSo. Science
FA - 1Disaster
Submitted to- Our So. Science teacher
Submitted by-Manan Jain
Class –IX [old class – VIII ACDC]
For this project I would like to thank my So. Science teachers Rita mam & Vivek Sir as they had providedus a lot of efforts . I would also like to thank our principal MRS. Nalini S.V. Pathak as she gave us a golden opportunity to show our talent. I would also like to thank my parents as they provided me with all the necessary materials needed for the project.
DISASTER & MANAGEMENT
Dictionary meaning of "disaster" may be taken as: "a
sudden accident or natural event that causes great
damage or loss of life“.
The biggest problem with the
disasters is the
suddenness and swiftness with
which they arrive.
Earthquakes, industrial accidents, oil-spills, forest-fires,
terrorist activities etc. are some of the more commonly
What is a DISASTER?
Some types of disasters are as follows:Natural disasters: These are primary natural
disastersEarthquake VolcanoesFloodsTornadosTsunami [MY TOPIC] Man Made : These are mostly caused due to certainhuman activities. Nuclear LeaksChemical LeaksOil spills
India and Natural DisastersIndia is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world.
Over 65% land area vulnerable to earthquakes;
70% of land under cultivation prone to drought;
5% of land (40 million hectares) to floods;
8% of land (8,000 km coastline) to cyclones.
A Major Disaster occurs every 2-3 years;
50 million people affected annually
1 million houses damaged annually along with human, social and other losses
During 1985-2003, the annual average damage due to natural disasters has been estimated at 70 million USD
Source: Ministry of Agriculture, GOI: BMTPC, Ministry of Urban Development, GOISource: Ministry of Agriculture, GOI: BMTPC, Ministry of Urban Development, GOI
They ALL survived !!!
The 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake was an undersea earthquake that occurred at 00:58:53 UTC on December 26, 2004, with an epicentre off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. The earthquake was caused by subduction and triggered a series of devastating tsunamis along the coasts of most landmasses bordering the Indian Ocean.
About tsunami 2004
It killed more than 225,000 people in eleven countries, and inundating coastal communities with waves up to 30 meters high. It was one of the deadliest natural disasters in history. Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, and Thailand were hardest hit.
More about tsunami 2004
With a magnitude of between 9.1 and 9.3, it is the second largest earthquake ever recorded on a seismograph. This earthquake had the longest duration of faulting ever observed, between 8.3 and 10 minutes. Since 1900 the only earthquakes recorded with a greater magnitude were the 1960 Great Chilean Earthquake (magnitude 9.5) and the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake in Prince William Sound (9.2).
Some more facts and figures
Why most people did not get a warning?
Scientists didn’t warn people to go away because maybe they were not sure about the earthquake and then the people discuss badly their names and it could cause to them, an unemployment.
The countries would have lack of tourism.
Because of other country’ s benefits.
The Tsunami’s TollDeaths: >210,000
Indonesia: 166,000Thailand: 5,000Sri Lanka: 30,000India: 10,000
Damage: >$7 billionIndonesia: $4.4 billionIndia: $1.5 billionSri Lanka: $900 million
Aid Donations: >$6.5 billionGovernment pledges: $5.3 billionPrivate donors: $1–2 billion
TSUNAMI WHAT IS A TSUNAMI…?
A tsunami is a wave train, or series of waves, generated in a body of water by an impulsive disturbance that vertically displaces the water column. Earthquakes, landslides, volcanic eruptions, explosions, and even the impact of cosmic bodies, such as meteorites, can generate tsunamis.
The following are natural signs of tsunami: Feel the earth shake. A large undersea earthquake may be felt prior to tsunami by an ongoing shaking of the ground in coastal regions. However, you may not feel an earthquake if the source is far away.
See the ocean drop. As tsunami approach the shoreline, the sea level may, but not always, recede/drop dramatically before returning as a fast-moving wall of water.
Hear an unusual roaring sound. A roaring sound may precede the arrival of tsunami.
Climb to higher ground as soon as warning of a tsunami is released
Stay away from the beach - if you can see the wave, you are too close to escape it.
Do not assume that one wave means the danger is over - the next wave may be larger than the first.
Stay out of the area and do not return until authorities say it is safe to do so
AFTER TSUNAMI:Help injured or trapped persons and give first aid where appropriate.
Stay out of damaged buildings.
Shovel mud while it is still moist to give walls and floors an opportunity to dry.
Enter home with caution, checking for electrical shorts and live wires
It Can’t Happen to Us.
The Nature’s forces are so Deadly the Victims will Die anyway.
There is Nothing We Can Do.
PHASES OF DISASTER MANAGEMENTDisaster Preparedness
Disaster Management Cycle
RESPONSEResponse measures are usually those which
are taken immediately prior to and following disaster impact.
Typical measures include :Implementation of plansActivation of the counter-disaster systemSearch and RescueProvision of emergency food, shelter, medical
assistance etc.Survey and assessmentEvacuation measures
RecoveryRecovery is the process by which communities and
the nation are assisted in returning to their proper level of functioning following a disaster.
Three main categories of activity are normally regarded as coming within the recovery segment:
PREVENTION & MITIGATIONPrevention : Action within this segment is designed to
impede the occurrence of a disaster event and/or prevent such an occurrence having harmful effects on communities or key installations.
Mitigation : Action within this segment usually takes the form of specific programs intended to reduce the effects of disaster on a nation or community. For instance, some countries regard the development and application of building codes (which can reduce damage and loss in the event of earthquakes and cyclones) as being in the category of mitigation.
Preparedness should be in the form of money, manpower and materials
Evaluation from past experiences about risk Location of disaster prone areas Organization of communication, information
and warning system Ensuring co-ordination and response
mechanisms Development of public education
programme Co-ordination with media National & international relations Keeping stock of foods, drug and other
• The Tsunami caused by the Sumatra EQ killed >300,000 people because there was no Warning System.
Source region for Sumatra Tsunami extends from Banda Aceh through the Nicobar Islands.
We need a method for estimating size of great earthquakes within a time frame useful to the Tsunami Warning System.
What can be done to reduce the loss of life and damage if another tsunami occurs in the same area?
Inform to all people the fact. Go somewhere safer. Go to a high place to protect yourself from
the flooding. Example: on the roof of your house, or to
a high mountain.
SOME GLIMPSES OF THE DISASTER…
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Disaster Management - VIII
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Slide 1 : This slide introduces Disaster Management Information For Project. State the company name and get started. Slide 2 : This is an Agenda slide. You can add your agenda according to ypur requirement. Slide 3 : This slide named as Disaster Management Is. In that you can explain about your disaster management. Slide 4 : This slide shows Definition of Disaster Management. You can put your disaster management definition in this. Slide 5 : This slide showcases Principle Of Disaster Management with these point as follows- Disaster management is the responsibility of all spheres of government, Disaster management should use resources that exist for a day-to-day purpose, Organization should function as an extension of their core business, Individuals Are Responsible For Their Own Safety, Disaster management planning should focus on large events. Slide 6 : This slide shows Types of disaster with these types as follows- Natural disaster, Environmental emergencies, Complex emergencies, Pandemic emergencies. Slide 7 : This slide showcases Types Of Disaster with natural disaster and man made disaster. Slide 8 : This slide presents Disaster Factors and in this it includes four basic factors that are- Vulnerability, Exposure, Natural hazard, Disaster. Slide 9 : This slide presents Risk Of Disaster that are here mainly mentioned are- Natural hazard Vulnerable system with further sub topics are these- Past recurrence intervals Future probability Speed of onset Magnitude Duration Spatial extent etc. Slide 10 : This slide showcases Disaster Risk Formula. You modify and use the formala as shown. Slide 11 : This slide displays Disaster Risk Formula and shows following steps- Root causes, Dynamic pressures, Natural hazards, unsafe conditions, dynamic condition. 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Slide 19 : This slide showcases Six stages disaster cycle and those are decribed in slide as- Prevention, Reconstruction, Mitigation, Rehabilitation, Preparedness, Rescue relief. Slide 20 : This slide presents Prevention & Mitigation and presents both of them and you can edit to add definition. Slide 21 : This slide showcases Disaster Preparedness show these key parameters you can use are- Calendar, Kit creation tips, Communications plans, Evacuation route. Slide 22 : This slide presents Disaster Preparedness with following aspects- Climate change, Research, Practice, Policy. Slide 23 : This slide shows Responding To The Disaster. You can add your own as per your business requirement. Slide 24 : This slide presents Rehabilitation. You can add your text as per your business needs. Slide 25 : This slide displays Recover/ Reconstruction with text boxes in it to put the relevant data. Slide 26 : This slide presents Phases Of Post Disaster Recovery showing - Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Emergency Rescue. Slide 27 : This slide showcases Disaster Statistics showing with respect to- Weather, Geophysical and also showcase the financial years. Slide 28 : This slide shows Disaster Scale with seven accidents to be consider are- Major accident, Accident with wider consequences, Sinuous incident, Anomaly, Incident, Accident with local consequences, Serious accident. Slide 29 : This slide showcase Role Of Media In The Disaster Phone, TV, Radio, Internet. Slide 30 : Disaster Risk Management with these features- Improving disaster risk information, Enhancing disaster risk reduction, Strengthening disaster preparedness, Improving understanding of fiscal disaster risk. Slide 31 : This slide showcases Right Tools For The Disaster Management Job and those tools are- Bachelor's degree, Master’s degree, Some college, no degree. Slide 32 : This slide shows Role Of Emergency Management Expert and those are as follows- Coordinate with local officials and emergency personnel, Successfully apply for federal relief funding, Remedy vulnerabilities in disaster response system, Develop emergency procedures. Slide 33 : This slide showcases Careers In Emergency Management and categories of them are- Disaster recovery manager, Hospital emergency preparedness administrator, Emergency services director, Hurricane program manager, Environmental health and safety manager, Nuclear emergency planner. Slide 34 : This slide is titled Our Charts & Graphs to move forward. You can alter the content as per need. Slide 35 : This slide presents Filled Radar to show product/ entity growth, comparison etc. Slide 36 : This slide presents Volume - Open - High - Low – Close - Chart. Slide 37 : This is an Open High Low Close slide. 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Preactions skills of disasters. – powerpoint ppt presentation.
- By Priyansh Saraik
- Disaster Management can be defined as organization of resources and responsibility for dealing with all humanities aspects of emergencies in particular preparness remove response and recauery in order to person the inpact of disasters.
- For this project I would like to thank my social science teacher Mrs. Shama Sood Mam as they had provided us a lot of afforts. I would also like to thank my parents as they had provided me all my necessary materials needed for the project . I would also like to thank our Principal . Mr. Ramesh Sharma as he gave us apportunity to show our talent.
- The term 'Tsunami has been coined from the Japanese term Tsu meaning harbour are Waves generated by earthquakes valconic croptions or under matter landslides and can reach 15 cm or more in height dwastating coastal communities. In vucorded history. Tsunami world wide have killed hundreds of thousands of people.
- What to do before a Tsunami ?
- Find out if your home , school work place or other frequently visited locations are in Tsunami harzard prone area .
- Know the height of your street from the coast or other high rise Waters.
- Practice your evacuation routes.
- Have disaster supplies .
- Discuss Tsunami with your family.
- If you are at home and hear these is a Tsunami warning , you should make sure your entire family is aware of the warning.
- Take your disaster supplies kit . Having supplies will make more comfortable during the wacation.
- Update yourself on emergency information or warning anmonced on radio and T.V from time to time.
- You should continue using a weather radio or staying turned to a coast guard emergency frequency staying or a local radio or T.V for updated.
- Check yourself for injuries and get first aid if necessary before helping injuries or trapped person.
- If someone needs to be resured , call professionals with the right equipments to help.
- Before Entering a building.
- Observe the construction of the building and collapsed portions.
- Check wheather the walls need any support.
- Entering the damaged building.
- Use a hilmet .
- Work in pairs do not move alone.
- Keep calling.
- Treat all naked wires as live wires
- Do not Ignate fire.
- Keep close to the walls.
- Be careful in all of your movements
- Do not pull anything projecting out from the collapsed portions.
- Learn about the patential for danger in advance.
- Be aware if Tsunami have stusk your coastal region in the past.
- Prepare essential materials in an easy to obtain location.
- Develop an evacuation plan.
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