Global Earthquake Preparedness And Emergency Response Part 2 Learning From Others

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The wise also learn from all global earthquake disasters. Examples of historic emergency response situations. Preparedness and emergency response are essential pillars of global earthquake disaster resilience. Every time an earthquake disaster occurs, we have new knowledge to add to our books of knowledge for the next steps: post-disaster recovery. Presentation courtesy of Dr. Walter Hays, Global Alliance for Disaster Reduction

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<ul><li> 1. Global Earthquake Preparedness and Emergency Response Part 2 Learning From Others </li></ul> <p> 2. EXAMPLES OF HISTORIC EMERGENCY RESPONSE SITUATIONS Part 2: The Wise ALSO Learn From All Global Earthquake Disasters 3. YOUR COMMUNITY DATA BASES AND INFORMATION HAZARDS: GROUND SHAKING GROUND FAILURE SURFACE FAULTING TECTONIC DEFORMATION TSUNAMI RUN UP AFTERSHOCKS MONITORING HAZARD MAPS INVENTORY VULNERABILITY LOCATION RISK ACCEPTABLE RISK UNACCEPTABLE RISK BOOKS OF KNOWLEDGE PREPAREDNESS PROTECTION EM RESPONSE RECOSTRUCTION AND RECOVERY EARTHQUAKE DISASTER RESILIENCE 4. PREPAREDNESS AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE ARE ESSENTIAL PILLARS OF GLOBAL EARTHQUAKE DISASTER RESILIENCE 5. NOTE: EVERY TIME AN EARTHQUAKE DISASTER OCCURS, WE HAVE NEW KNOWLEDGE TO ADD TO OUR BOOKS OF KNOWLEDGE ON PREPAREDNESS AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE 6. EXAMPLE: 240,000 DEAD TANGSHAN, CHINA (1976) EARTHQUAKE: The impossible situation; too late for a race against time to save lives and protect property. 7. EXAMPLE: THE IMPOSSIBLE SITUATION BAM, IRAN (2003): Too late for a race against time to save lives and protect property. 8. EXAMPLE: 230,000 DEAD IN TSUNAMI INDONESIA (2004): The impossible situation; too late for a race against time to save lives and protect property. 9. EXAMPLE: 88,000 DEAD; 50 MILLION BUILDINGS DAMAGED CHINA (2008): The impossible situation; too late for a race against time to save lives and protect property. 10. EXAMPLE: 220,000 DEAD HAITI (2010): The impossible situation; too late for a race against time to save lives and protect property. 11. EXAMPLE: 30,000 DEAD JAPAN (2011): The impossible situation; too late for a race against time to save lives and protect property. 12. EXAMPLE: SEARCH AND RESCUE TURKEY (1999) KOCALEI EARTH- QUAKE): Timely responses during a forty-eight hour race against time to save lives and protect property 13. EXAMPLE: SEARCH AND RESCUE PERU (2000): Timely search and rescue during a forty-eight hour race against time to save lives and protect property 14. EXAMPLE: LIQIEFACTION NIIGATA, JAPAN (1964): Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 15. EXAMPLE: COLLAPSE OF SCHOOL EL ASNAM, ALGERIA (1980): Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 16. EXAMPLE: DAMAGE AND COLLAPSED BUILDINGS EL ASNAM, ALGERIA (1980): Timely responses during a forty-eight hour and thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 17. EXAMPLE: LANDSLIDE IRPINIA, ITALY (1980): Timely responses during a forty-eight hour and thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 18. EXAMPLE: DAMAGE TO 1,000 BUILDINGS DASHUR, EGYPT (1992): Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 19. EXAMPLE: COLLAPSE OF HIGH-RISE APARTMENT BUILDINGS MEXICO CITY AFTER 1985 EARTHQUAKE: Timely responses during a forty-eight hour and thirty day race against time save lives and protect property 20. EXAMPLE: DAMAGE AND COLLAPSES BOUMERDES, ALGERIA (2003): Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 21. EXAMPLE: DAMAGE TO UNREINFORCED BUILDINGS CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND (2010): Timely responses during a forty-eight hour and thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 22. EXAMPLE: LOSS OF FUNCTION OF ELEVATED EXPRESSWAY (NO DEATHS) KOBE, JAPAN (1995): The forty- eight hour and thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property. 23. EXAMPLE: 600 FIRES KOBE, JAPAN (1995): The race against time to save lives and protect property. 24. EXAMPLE: UNEXPECTED INUNDATION NEW ZEALAND (2010): Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 25. EXAMPLE: DAMAGE TO NUCLEAR POWER PLANT JAPAN (2011): Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 26. EXAMPLE: SCHOOL COLLAPSE CHINA (2008): Timely responses during a forty-eight hour and thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 27. EXAMPLE: SEARCH AND RESCUE CHINA (2013): Timely responses during a forty-eight hour race against time to save lives and protect property 28. EXAMPLE: EMERGENCY MEDICAL CHINA (2008): Timely responses during a forty-eight hour race against time to save lives and protect property 29. EXAMPLE: EMERGENCY MEDICAL CHINA (2008): Timely responses during a forty-eight hour race against time to save lives and protect property 30. EXAMPLE: CONCENTRATION OF RESOURCES PAKISTAN (2005): Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 31. EXAMPLE: CONCENTRATION OF RESOURCES HAITI (2010): Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 32. EXAMPLE: MASS CARE CHILE EARTHQUAKE: The race against time to save lives and protect property starts immediately. 33. EXAMPLE: TEMPORARY HOUSING CHINA (2008): Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 34. EXAMPLE: A TENT CITY HAITI (2010): Timely mass care during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 35. EXAMPLE: DEBRIS FROM TSUNAMI WAVE RUN UP SENDAI, JAPAN AFTER THE MARCH 2011 TSUNAMI: Timely responses during a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 36. EXAMPLE: PACIFIC RIM FORECAST OF TSUNAMI CHILE: TSUNAMI: Timely responses during the forty-eight hour and a thirty day race against time to save lives and protect property 37. EXAMPLE: TAKING CARE OF THE DEAD IRPINIA, ITALY EARTHQUAKE (1980): Timely responses during a forty-eight hour race against time to save lives and protect property 38. CONCLUSION EVERY TIME AN EARTHQUAKE DISASTER OCCURS, WE HAVE NEW KNOWLEDGE TO ADD TO OUR BOOKS OF KNOWLEDGE FOR THE NEXT STEPS: POST-DISASTER RECOVERY 39. THE NEXT STEPS: RECONSTRUCTION AND RECOVERY </p>

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