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MAJOR DISASTERS SINCE 1980 BHOPAL CHEMICAL ACCIDENT ,1984 ( 3,800 PEOPLE DIED)

LATUR EARTHQUAKE, 1993ORISSA SUPER CYCLONE, 1999 GUJRAT EARTHQUAKE, 2001 TSUNAMI, 2004 MUMBAI MONSOON , 2005

(22,000 PEOPLE DIED)( 7600 PEOPLE DIED) ( 20,000 PEOPLE DIED) (10,700 PEOPLE DIED) (1000 PEOPLE DIED)

RAISING OF NDRF

THESE DISASTERS COMPELLED GOVT. OF INDIA TO FORMULATE A

DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN.

DM ACT WAS PASSED BY PARLIAMENT ON 26th DEC, 2005. NDMA CONSTITUTED IN THE YEAR 2005 TO SUPERVISE THE

DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN OF THE COUNTRY .

CHAPTER VIII,Sec-44(1) OF DM ACT ASKED FOR CREATION OF

NATIONAL DISASTER RESPONSE FORCE FOR THE PURPOSE OFSPECIALIST RESPONSE TO A THREATENING DISASTER . SITUATION OR

AS PER MHA ORDER DATED 19/01/2006 ,08 BNS ,02 EACH FROM BSF,CRPF,ITBP AND CISF WERE RAISED

DURING 2010, 01 BN EACH OF BSF & CRPF WERE RAISED & CONVERTED INTO NDRF, THUS, MAKING TOTAL 10 BNs OF NDRF

VISION OF NDRF AS PER CABINET NOTE NDRF TO BE RAISED ON THE LINES OF NSG AS A SPECIALIST STAND ALONE RAPID RESPONSE FORCE FOR MAN MADE & NATURAL DISASTERS.

EQUIPPED WITH ALL STATE OF THE ART EQUIPMENTS. HIGHLY TRAINED AND SKILLED FORCE TO RESPOND TO ANY KIND OF DISASTER WITH IN THE COUNTRY & ABROAD.

OBJECTIVES OF NDRF

TO WORK FOR COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING FOR DISASTER RESPONSE.

IMPARTING TRAINING TO THE STATE DISASTER RESPONSE FORCES. DEPLOYMENT IN CASE OF IMPENDING DISASTERS.

PROVIDE SPECIALISED RESPONSE IN CASE OF DISASTERS

CYCLONE

METEORITE

VOLCANO ERUPTION

FLOOD

LAND SLIDE DROUGHT TORNADO EARTH QUAKE LANDSLIDE

AVLANCHE

LIGHTNING

CLOUD BURST

TSUNAMI

KINDS OF MAN MADE DISASTERSCBRN

BOAT CAPISIZING/DROWNING

ROAD ACCIDENTS

AIRCRAFT CRASH

DG NDRF NDRF HQEach unit Strength - 1149

IG NDRF DIG NDRF

10 UNITS OF NDRF

1 NDRF (Guwahati)

2 NDRF (Kolkata)

3 NDRF (Mundali)

(Arakkonam)

4 NDRF

5 NDRF (Pune)

(Gandhinagar)

6 NDRF

(Bhatinda)

7 NDRF

(Gr.Noida)

8 NDRF

(Bihta,Patna)

9 NDRF

(Vijaywada)

10 NDRF

Strength-153Each Coy Str. - 166A Coy B Coy C Coy

BN HQE Coy F Coy

D Coy

TEAM-1

TEAM-1

TEAM-1

TEAM-1

TEAM-1

TEAM-1

TEAM-2

TEAM-2

TEAM-2

TEAM-2

TEAM-2

TEAM-2

TEAM-3

TEAM-3

TEAM-3

TEAM-3

TEAM-3

TEAM-3

Str. of each Team-44

Bhatinda PATNA Ghaziabad GUWAHATI

KOLKATA VADODARA BHUBANESHWAR (Mundali) PUNE (Talegaon) VIJAYAWADA

CHENNAI (Arakkonam)

Bns

CBRN Bns

Structure of search & rescue team total strength - 44Team Commander (Inspector)2 IC/ Ops Officer (Sub Inspector)Tech Support (6) Team A (6)

Team B(6)

Team C(6)

Team D(6)

Dog Squad(3)

Medical Support Team(3)

2 Commn (SI+HC) 2 Struc. Engr.(SI) 1 Technician 1 Electrician

1 SI 5 Const

1 HC 5 Const

1 SI 5 Const

Adm. Support Team (7)

1 HC 5 Const

3 Const Dog Handlers (Dogs 02 Nos)

1 Paramedic

1 HC 2 Support Staff (1 follower/1 Const) 4 Security (1 HC/3 Const*)

* 3 Constables will also be trained in basic of paramedics

Regular and intensive Training.

Regular Familiarization of A.O.R. Carryout Joint exercise with various stakeholders. To carryout Community Awareness/ Preparedness Programme in Area of Responsibility. To train PRIs, SDRF, and other stakeholders.

Provide hi-tech-specialist response during search and rescue of victims. Provide immediate relief with available men and material in the effected areas.

FLOOD: SEARCH & RESCUE

To assist States in recoverymaintenance of normalcy at the areas of disaster

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i)

Capable in CSSR operations.

ii) Men are trained in MFR (Medical First Responder) iii) Men are trained in Flood and mountain rescue operations. iv) Each unit has 36 deep divers. v) vi) 36 Dogs would be present with capability of search & rescue operations. Presence of specialized manpower viz. 36 Engineers, 9 Doctors, 36 Nurses, 18 Technicians, 18 Electricians etc. make it a highly specialized professional Force. Authorization equipments. and presence of highly specialized

vii)

viii) High mobility.37

CAPABILITIES & STRENGTH OF NDRF Bn

38

BOLT CUTTER

TIN SNIP

AXE MATE KIT

FIRE AXE

VICE GRIP

SLEDGE HAMMER

CSSR EQUIPMENTSMULTI CABLE WINCHINFLATABLE LIGHTING TOWER

ANGLE CUTTER

2.4 KVA GENERATOR

FLOAT PUMP

CIRCULAR SAW

CSSR EQUIPMENTSELECTRIC DRILL MACHINE

CARBIDE TIPPED CHAIN SAW

DIAMOND CHAIN SAW

CUM- ALONG

AIR LIFTING BAG SET

COMBINATION CUTTER WITH SPREADER

Victim location unit (with breaching system)

CSSR EQUIPMENTSBREACHING SYSTEM

GAS CUTTER 450 MM

LIFE DETECTOR TYPE -I

High Pressure Breathing Air Compressor

NDRF DEEP DIVERS IN ACTION

SAR OPS

NIGHT OPERATIONS CAPABILITYINFLATABLE LIGHT SEARCH LIGHT BINOCULAR

PRISMATIC COMPASS

SILVA COMPASS

GPS

DISTRESS SIGNAL UNIT

UNDER WATER SUB-LAMP

TORCH

Four levels of Disaster Response: Level 0: Developmental phase of monitoring & preparedness. Level 1: Disasters that can be handled at the district level. Level 2: Higher intensity disasters that have to be handled at the State Govt. level. Level 3: Very severe disasters where a major intervention of the Central Government becomes necessary.

FUNCTIONING OF CONTROL ROOM 9BN, NDRF PATNA24 X 7 EYING ON NEWS UPDATES

USE OF Gis & RS TECHNOLOGIES

MONITORING THE RELEVENT WEBSITES http://www.qfree.bih.nic.in http://www.mfd.gov.np/ http://www.fmis.bih.nic.in http://www.india.water.com/ http://www.imd.gov.in http://www.disastermgmt.bih.nic.in http://www.weather.nic.in http://www.weather.com/india/bihar-2275908

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