By Lucien G. Canton
This publication propounds an all-hazards, multidisciplinary method of emergency administration. It discusses the emergency manager’s position, information find out how to identify a good, built-in application, and explores the elements, together with: assessing chance; constructing concepts; making plans suggestions; making plans strategies and techniques; coordinating reaction; and handling challenge. entire with case stories, this can be a good reference for execs concerned with emergency preparedness and reaction.
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The corollary to this is that, armed with this longrange perspective, the emergency management community may be able to take advantage of the current situation to make progress toward the goal of comprehensive emergency management. Emergency management stands at a crossroads. Over the centuries it has evolved from isolated reactive measures based on a specific disaster to an established function of government. This government function has itself evolved from a reactive approach to a full strategic concept.
The advent of volunteer fire departments and the development o f steam pumps made the system obsolete in the public mind and cisterns were routinely used to hold rubbish or were destroyed during construction. ” Pleas by fire chiefs for funding for the system, including Dennis Sullivan in 1905, went unheeded, with catastrophic results. History also holds the lessons of those who got it right. The first “modern” disaster is considered to be the Lisbon earthquake of 1755. The earthquake and the tsunami that followed were the eighteenth century equivalent of the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami on December 26, 2004.
Department of Agriculture delivered 80,000 pounds of food to support shelter and feeding operations. 4 million liters of water shipped by the Department of Transportation. 4 million pounds of ice, and 144 generators to the affected area. The Red Cross was caring for nearly 46,000 evacuees in over 230 shelters. Leaving aside the question of adequacy, the response to Hurricane Katrina represents the largest and most extensive relief operation in U S . history. E M E R G E N C Y M A N A G E M E N T A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 31 At the sites of the operation's biggest failures, the New Orleans Superdome and the Ernest N.
Emergency Management: Concepts and Strategies for Effective Programs by Lucien G. Canton