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HAZARD MAPPING

AND RISK ASSESSMENT


WILLIAM EDZAR B. LIPIT QPDRRMC- ERT

HOW MANY SQUARE ARE THERE?

HAZARD Phenomena that pose threat to people , structures or economicassets and which may cause disaster.
VUNERABILITY Degree of loss (0% to 100%) resulting from potential damaging phenomenon RISK Is the probability of meeting danger or suffering harm or loss.

Hazard Mapping:
Is the process of identifying and displaying the spatial variation of

events or physical condition.


e.g. potential ground shaking flood plains, hazmat sites, etc.

HAZARD ASSESSMENT
The probability or change of an event occuring in a particular area

based on geological evidence, historical data, and projections derived from theoretical analysis.

RISK ASSESSMENT
The risk assessment defines the nature and severity of the risk

problems through two primary steps. RISK IDENTIFICATION RISK ANALYSIS

RISK IDENTIFICATION
Focuses on four tasks:
Clarifying stakeholder risk management goals and

objectives. Identifying what exposures are necessary to accomplish those goals and objectives. Identifying potential hazards Assessing the vulnerability of identified exposure to the potential hazard.

RISK ANALYSIS
Examines the significance of identified

risks on the communitys capability to achieve defined goals and objectives. Gaps in understanding the nature of the hazard and uncertainties in expected hazard impacts lead to less accurate risk assessments.

RISK EVALUATION
Is a processs for evaluating what to do about the risk, including

evaluating the feasibility of possible risk interventions.

GEOGRAPHIC HAZARD MAPPING


What to do?

Draw a SPOT- MAP of your community . (roads, mountain, hills, ricefield, sea, creek, rivers, bridges, communication lines, electric grids, etc.) After drawing all the lifelines, draw all the structures in your community. (Houses, Buildings, Church,etc) Identify the hazards that probably occur in your community.

VULNERABLE POPULATION
1,200 FAMILIES 543 CHLDREN 670 WOMEN 4 HANDICAPPED 30 SENIOR CITIZENS

VULNERABLE LIFELINE
WATER SYSTEM ELECTRICAL LINES COMMUNCATION LINE

HAZARDS MATRIX MAKING


AREAS MOST LIKELY AFFECTED HAZARD A FLOOD POPULATION AT RISK LIFELINES AT RISK SOURCE OF LIVELIHOOD MOST LIKELY AFFECTED INFRASTRUCTURES MOST LIKELY AFFECTED STRUCTURES MOST LIKELY AFFECTED

COASTAL AREAS

25 FAMILIES ALONG THE COAST AND 15 FAMS ALONG MATSIKAS RIVER

SEA AND RIVER ROUTES ETC.

FISHING , RIVER TRADING , ETC.

THE MATIKAS BRIDGE NEAR THE COAST

HOUSES, BRGY. HALL

HAZARD B lANDSLIDE SITIO MATAO, BRGY BAOG 30 FAMILIES LIVING IN FOOT OF MT. MATAMBOK ROADS, CREEKS, VEGETATION,ETC

VEGETABLE TRDG. LIVESTOCK ,

COMMUNICATION TOWER

HOUSES , B. HALL, PIG FENCES

RISK ASSESSMENT
HAZARDS LOCATION
HIGH

RISK
MODERATE

LOW

Whoever you are, wherever you live, there is something you can do to help:

Donate Your Time!

DISASTER RISK REDUCTION & MGT. CAPABILITIES


HUMAN RESOURCE
NAME Maximus Desmus Aurelius Hon. Henry M. Buzar Freeman Yo
DESIGNATION/P OSITION

CONTACT NUMBER 09204040604

SERVICES Disaster Incident Consultant Disaster Mgt. Consultant RESCUE

REMARKS Available

Cmdr. Of the ARMY in the South Governor

Available

ERT- Leader

Available

AFP, PNP, BFP, PCG..etc

Chiefs

Peace and Order/ RESCUE

Available

DISASTER RISK REDUCTION & MGT. CAPACITIES


INVENTORY OF EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT Medical Services Digging Equipment Transport Equipment Communication Equipment QUANTITY 3 200 10 55 DESCRIPTION Ambulance & ERV Jeep & MultiCab Piko, Pala Dump Trucks REMARKS serviceable 50% are serviceable All are in running condition

Base and Portable All are in good Radios, Telephones condition

Continuation..
EQUIPMENT Road Clearing Equipment Water Life Raft 5 200 QUANTITY DESCRIPTION Pay Loader, Bulldozer etc. REMARKS All are in running condition

Bancas, Speedboat All are in good and Rubber Boats condition

PPE
Personnel Protective Equipments

300
5 ?

Helmets, Boots, Raincoats, Gloves,


Generator

All are in good condition


In running condition

Emergency Electricity Supply Emergency Medical Supplies ETC.

Medicines, FA Kits 70% are available Etc.

COUNTER DISASTER PLAN

is a plan that outlines all mitigating and posible courses of action not only when a disaster occurs but also when preparing for a posible disaster so that the effect would not be immense. the pupose of planning is to anticipate future situations and requirements, thus, ensuring the application of effective and coordinated counter measures.

ELEMENTS OF CDP
INTRODUCTION
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS
RESOURCES

REPORTING AND RECORDING


UPDATING OF PLANS

PLANNING TABLE
ACTIVITY
MAKE A DISASTER PREPAREDNESS PLANS PLANS,ORGANI ZES, LEAD & CONTROL THE RISK MGT

OBJECTIVE
TO MINIMIZE LOSS OF LIVES AND PROPERTIES

TARGET BENEFICIARIES

TIMEFRAME

PERSON
RESPONSIBLE

RESOURCES NEEDED

ALL RES. OF BRGY. 10


THE MUNICIPALIT Y OF HANDA

APRIL 2011
JULY 2011

ALL MEMBER OF BDRRMC


LCES AND MEMBERS OF MDRRMC

Definitely TIME

TO MITIGATE THE IMPACT OF DISASTER

Definitely TIME

Successful PLANNING is possible, thanks to many voluntary organizations and caring people,

like YOU!

GOOD DAY! CIVIL DEFENSE IS

EVERYBODY RESPONSIBILITY
SO OTHERS MAY LIVE