Module 1:
Safe Hospital Concepts
Module 1 Objectives
Module 1 Objectives
At the end of this module, participants will be able
to:
1.Use correctly the basic terms and concep...
Module 1 Expected
Outcomes
Module 1 Expected Outcomes
At the end of this module,
each hospital team members must have agreed on
the roles they hav...
Module 1 Sessions
Session Number and Title Topics Time
Allotment
Session 1:
Risk Management
Framework
- 7 Fundamenta...
Mod 1 Session 1:
Risk Management
Framework
Mod 1 Session 1
Objectives
Mod 1 Session 1 Objectives
Mod 1 Session 1 Objectives
At the end of the session, the participants will be
able to:
2. Discuss the risk management ...
Topic 1:
The Seven Most
Important Concepts and
Terms
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EXERCISE
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EXERCISE
Instructions:
•Divide into groups preferably according to...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EXERCISE
Instructions:
Do the following:
For the first sheet of p...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EXERCISE
Instructions:
•Identify a facilitator and a spokesperson ...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EXERCISE
Session 1 Objective 1
Use correctly the basic
terms and concepts in risk
management.
a. Hazards
b. Emergencies
c. Di...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
HAZARDS
Any potential threat to public safety and/or
public health...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
Classes of Hazards
•Natural Hazards
•Technological Hazards
•Biolo...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
HAZARDS
Any potential threat to public safety
and/or public health
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
HAZARDS
Any potential threat to public safety
and/or public health...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
RISKS
Anticipated
consequences
of a specific
hazard
interacting...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
RISKS
Examples of Risks
(Consequences):
•damage to
infrastructur...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
RISKS
Examples of Risks
(Consequences):
•Displaced people
Antici...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
HAZARDS
Any potential threat to public safety and/or
public health...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EMERGENCY
An actual threat to public safety and/or
public health
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EMERGENCY
An actual
threat to
public safety
and/or public
healt...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EMERGENCY
An actual threat to public safety and/or
public health
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
DISASTER
Examples of what must be done in an
emergency:
Any actua...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EMERGENCY
An actual threat to public safety and/or public
health
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
EMERGENCY
An actual threat to public safety and/or
public health
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
VULNERABILITIES
Factors which increase the risks arising
from a sp...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
VULNERABILITIES
Factors which
increase the risks
arising from a
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
VULNERABILITIES
Factors which
increase the risks
arising from a
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
VULNERABILITIES
Factors which
increase the risks
arising from a
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
VULNERABILITIES
Factors which
increase the risks
arising from a
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
VULNERABILITIES
Factors which
increase the risks
arising from a
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
VULNERABILITIES
Factors which
increase the risks
arising from a
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
VULNERABILITIES
Factors which
increase the risks
arising from a
...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
CAPACITIES
An assessment of
ability to manage
to an emergency
(a...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
VULNERABILITIES
Factors which increase the risks arising
from a sp...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
COMMUNITY
people, property, services, livelihoods and
environment ...
Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
COMMUNITY
people,
property,
services,
livelihoods and
environme...
Session 1 Objective 1
Use correctly the basic
terms and concepts in risk
management.
a. Hazards
b. Emergencies
c. Di...
Mod 1 Session 1 Topic 1
Any questions?
Topic 2:
Risk Management
Framework
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
Framework for
Community Risk
Management
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
Framework for Community Risk Management
Using basic concepts
in risk management:
a....
Framework for Community Risk Management
Framework for Community Risk Management
Framework for Community Risk Management
DISASTER MANAGEMENT CYCLE
Preparedness
Response
Relief &
Recovery
Development
Mitigation
Prevention
Disaster Impac...
Hazard mitigation
and prevention
Vulnerability
Recovery
Emergency reduction
management
Emergency
preparedness activ...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
Framework for Community Risk Management
Risk Reduction or
Management
•Hazard Reduct...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
Risk Management Framework
Using basic concepts
in risk management:
a. Hazards
b. E...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
Risk Management Framework
Risk Reduction or
Management
•Hazard Reduction Plans
(re...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Instructions:
•Observe clos...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake!
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Pro...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake!
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Pro...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake!
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Haz...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake!
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Pro...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake!
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake!
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Pro...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake!
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Pro...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake!
Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
Framework for Community Risk Management
Risk Reduction or
Management
•Hazard Reduct...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
Risk Management Framework
Risk Reduction or
Management
•Hazard Reduction Plans
(re...
Mod 1 Session 1 Topic 2
Any questions?
Closing:
Mod 1 Session 1
Session 1 Objectives
Session 1 Objectives
At the end of the session, the participants will be
able to:
2. Discuss the risk management framew...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
Framework for Community Risk Management
Risk Reduction or
Management
•Hazard Reduct...
Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
Risk Management Framework
Risk Reduction or
Management
•Hazard Reduction Plans
(re...
Mod 1 Session 1
Any questions?
Mod 1 Session 1:
Risk Management
Framework
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National Training on Safe Hospitals - Sri Lanka - Module 1 Session 1 - 14Sept22-24

National Training on Safe Hospitals - Sri Lanka - Module 1 Session 1 - 14Sept 22-24 [ROJoson]
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Transcripts - National Training on Safe Hospitals - Sri Lanka - Module 1 Session 1 - 14Sept22-24

  • 1. Module 1: Safe Hospital Concepts
  • 2. Module 1 Objectives
  • 3. Module 1 Objectives At the end of this module, participants will be able to: 1.Use correctly the basic terms and concepts in risk management. 2.Discuss the risk management framework. 3.Advocate for safe hospitals. 4.Initiate campaign for safe hospitals in their own context.
  • 4. Module 1 Expected Outcomes
  • 5. Module 1 Expected Outcomes At the end of this module, each hospital team members must have agreed on the roles they have to play and the strategies they can do together to ensure that their hospital is safe.
  • 6. Module 1 Sessions Session Number and Title Topics Time Allotment Session 1: Risk Management Framework - 7 Fundamental Terms - Framework for Community Risk Management - Risk Management Framework ~2 hours Session 2: Role of Hospitals in Emergencies and Disasters Roles of Hospitals in Different Contexts ~1 hour Session 3: Concepts of Safe Hospitals - Safe Hospital Campaign - Concepts of a Safe Hospital - Elements of a Safe Hospital ~2 hours Session 4: Ensuring Safe Hospitals: Roles of Stakeholders - Stakeholders’ Roles - Advocacy for Safe Hospitals ~1 hour
  • 7. Mod 1 Session 1: Risk Management Framework
  • 8. Mod 1 Session 1 Objectives
  • 9. Mod 1 Session 1 Objectives
  • 10. Mod 1 Session 1 Objectives At the end of the session, the participants will be able to: 2. Discuss the risk management framework. a. Reducing hazards b. Reducing vulnerabilities c. Increasing capacities d. Decreasing risks
  • 11. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms
  • 12. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EXERCISE
  • 13. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EXERCISE Instructions: •Divide into groups preferably according to hospital affiliation. •You will be given seven sheets of cut paper by your facilitator.
  • 14. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EXERCISE Instructions: Do the following: For the first sheet of paper, write three (3) examples of hazards. For the rest of the sheets write the following: 3 examples of emergencies 3 examples of disasters 3 examples of risks 3 examples of vulnerabilities 3 examples of capacities For your last sheet, define community.
  • 15. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EXERCISE Instructions: •Identify a facilitator and a spokesperson to present your group outputs. •Process your group’s answers, organize your outputs, and write them on a flip chart. •Post your answers. You have 2 minutes to present your output.
  • 16. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EXERCISE
  • 17. Session 1 Objective 1 Use correctly the basic terms and concepts in risk management. a. Hazards b. Emergencies c. Disasters d. Risks e. Vulnerabilities f. Capacities g. Community Commonly misused Knowing these terms correctly is essential not only in understanding risk management framework but also in formulating emergency and disaster plans.
  • 18. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms HAZARDS Any potential threat to public safety and/or public health RISKS Anticipated consequences of a specific hazard interacting with a specific community (at a specific time)
  • 19. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms Classes of Hazards •Natural Hazards •Technological Hazards •Biological Hazards •Societal Hazards •Others – workplace, specifics HAZARDS Any potential threat to public safety and/or public health
  • 20. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms HAZARDS Any potential threat to public safety and/or public health
  • 21. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms HAZARDS Any potential threat to public safety and/or public health Classes of Hazards •Natural Hazards •Technological Hazards •Biological Hazards •Societal Hazards •Others – workplace, specifics Examples of Hazards •Earthquakes •Factory explosions •Medical wastes •Civil unrests •Fire
  • 22. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms RISKS Anticipated consequences of a specific hazard interacting with a specific community (at a specific time) Examples of Risks (Consequences): •Dead and missing •Injury (mental and physical) •Disease (mental and physical) •Secondary hazards (fire, disease etc.) •Contamination of the environment •Displacement of people •Breakdown in security •Damage to infrastructure •Breakdown in essential services •Loss of property •Loss of income
  • 23. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms RISKS Examples of Risks (Consequences): •damage to infrastructure •loss of property Anticipated consequences of a specific hazard interacting with a specific community (at a specific time)
  • 24. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms RISKS Examples of Risks (Consequences): •Displaced people Anticipated consequences of a specific hazard interacting with a specific community (at a specific time) Armed conflic t
  • 25. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms HAZARDS Any potential threat to public safety and/or public health RISKS Anticipated consequences of a specific hazard interacting with a specific community (at a specific time)
  • 26. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EMERGENCY An actual threat to public safety and/or public health DISASTER Any actual threat to public safety and/or public health where local government and the emergency services are unable meet the immediate needs of the community
  • 27. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EMERGENCY An actual threat to public safety and/or public health Examples of Emergencies: My son hasn’t come home from school. A man is having a heart attack. A plane is about to crash. Gas is leaking from a factory. Fire is occurring in a hospital. An earthquake has happened in Sri Lanka.
  • 28. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EMERGENCY An actual threat to public safety and/or public health DISASTER Any actual threat to public safety and/or public health where local government and the emergency services are unable meet the immediate needs of the community
  • 29. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms DISASTER Examples of what must be done in an emergency: Any actual threat to public safety and/or public health where local government and the emergency services are unable meet the immediate needs of the community • Find and rescue victims • Evacuate victims to safe place • Provide first aid & medical transport • Treat the injured • Provide emergency shelter, sanitation, food and water • Provide care for the dead and manage the missing • Re-establish security • Re-establish essential services (water, energy, communications) • Repair essential infrastructure • Plan for recovery and reconstruction
  • 30. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EMERGENCY An actual threat to public safety and/or public health Not all emergencies lead to disasters but all disasters are emergencies! DISASTER Any actual threat to public safety and/or public health where local government and the emergency services are unable meet the immediate needs of the community IF WE MANAGE EMERGENCIES WELL, WE PREVENT DISASTERS!
  • 31. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms EMERGENCY An actual threat to public safety and/or public health DISASTER Any actual threat to public safety and/or public health where local government and the emergency services are unable meet the immediate needs of the community
  • 32. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms VULNERABILITIES Factors which increase the risks arising from a specific hazard in a specific community (risk modifiers) CAPACITIES An assessment of ability to manage to an emergency (a risk modifier) – total capacity is measured as readiness
  • 33. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms VULNERABILITIES Factors which increase the risks arising from a specific hazard in a specific community (risk modifiers) The characteristics and circumstances of a community, system or asset that make it susceptible to the damaging effects of a hazard. Examples: •Poor design and construction of buildings •Inadequate protection of assets •Lack of public information and awareness
  • 34. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms VULNERABILITIES Factors which increase the risks arising from a specific hazard in a specific community (risk modifiers) VULNERABILITIES in elements of a community: 1. People 2. Property 3. Services 4. Livelihoods 5. Environment
  • 35. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms VULNERABILITIES Factors which increase the risks arising from a specific hazard in a specific community (risk modifiers) VULNERABILITIES in elements of a community: - People • Access to health care • Access to safe water • Access to sanitation • Access to adequate housing • Access to regular source of income • Nutrition index • Literacy index
  • 36. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms VULNERABILITIES Factors which increase the risks arising from a specific hazard in a specific community (risk modifiers) VULNERABILITIES in elements of a community: - Property • Buildings • Health infrastructure • Vehicles • Medical equipment / supplies
  • 37. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms VULNERABILITIES Factors which increase the risks arising from a specific hazard in a specific community (risk modifiers) VULNERABILITIES in elements of a community: - Services • Curative care services • Ambulance services • Public health services • Health information system
  • 38. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms VULNERABILITIES Factors which increase the risks arising from a specific hazard in a specific community (risk modifiers) VULNERABILITIES in elements of a community: - Livelihoods • Formal • Informal
  • 39. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms VULNERABILITIES Factors which increase the risks arising from a specific hazard in a specific community (risk modifiers) VULNERABILITIES in elements of a community: - Environment • Natural / built • Urban / rural • Water / soil / air quality Vector habitats • Forestry, agriculture
  • 40. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms CAPACITIES An assessment of ability to manage to an emergency (a risk modifier) – total capacity is measured as readiness Examples of Parameters of Capacities: •Laws, policies, plans, procedures •Trained personnel; knowledge, skills and attitudes •Code alert systems •Institutional arrangements •Management structures •Facilities, material resources Readiness to respond to and recover from emergencies
  • 41. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms VULNERABILITIES Factors which increase the risks arising from a specific hazard in a specific community (risk modifiers) CAPACITIES An assessment of ability to manage to an emergency (a risk modifier) – total capacity is measured as readiness
  • 42. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms COMMUNITY people, property, services, livelihoods and environment i.e. the elements exposed to hazards
  • 43. Topic 1: The Seven Most Important Concepts and Terms COMMUNITY people, property, services, livelihoods and environment i.e. the elements exposed to hazards 1. the people 2. their property (infrastructure, possessions and assets; public, private and cultural) 3. their services (government and non-government, commercial and voluntary) 4. their livelihoods (urban and rural, formal and informal) 5. their environment (air, water and soil; urban and rural, built and natural)
  • 44. Session 1 Objective 1 Use correctly the basic terms and concepts in risk management. a. Hazards b. Emergencies c. Disasters d. Risks e. Vulnerabilities f. Capacities g. Community Commonly misused Knowing these terms correctly is essential not only in understanding risk management framework but also in formulating emergency and disaster plans.
  • 45. Mod 1 Session 1 Topic 1 Any questions?
  • 46. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework
  • 47. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework Framework for Community Risk Management
  • 48. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework Framework for Community Risk Management Using basic concepts in risk management: a. Hazards b. Emergencies c. Disasters d. Risks e. Vulnerabilities f. Capacities g. Community Community Risk (Emergency / Disaster) (proportional to) Hazard x Vulnerabilities Capacities
  • 49. Framework for Community Risk Management
  • 50. Framework for Community Risk Management
  • 51. Framework for Community Risk Management
  • 52. DISASTER MANAGEMENT CYCLE Preparedness Response Relief & Recovery Development Mitigation Prevention Disaster Impact
  • 53. Hazard mitigation and prevention Vulnerability Recovery Emergency reduction management Emergency preparedness activities & Readiness Disaster + + + Risk Management Positive contribution Safer Communities & Sustainable Development Negative impact
  • 54. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework Framework for Community Risk Management Risk Reduction or Management •Hazard Reduction Plans (reduce exposure) •Vulnerability Reduction Plans (reduce consequences) •Emergency Preparedness Plans (increase capacity for response and recovery)
  • 55. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework Risk Management Framework Using basic concepts in risk management: a. Hazards b. Emergencies c. Disasters d. Risks e. Vulnerabilities f. Capacities g. Community Risk (Emergency / Disaster) (proportional to) Hazard x Vulnerabilities Capacities
  • 56. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework Risk Management Framework Risk Reduction or Management •Hazard Reduction Plans (reduce exposure) •Vulnerability Reduction Plans (reduce consequences) •Emergency Preparedness Plans (increase capacity for response and recovery)
  • 57. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
  • 58. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks Instructions: •Observe closely the procedure that your facilitator will demonstrate and be ready to answer the following questions such as “What glass will be affected the most if I will shake the table?” •Also, observe events or changes that are going on as the procedure is being conducted.
  • 59. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
  • 60. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake! Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks Procedure 1: Very slight shaking of the table Possible effect: •No effect to the table with glasses Processing: •Hazard should interact with a community to have effects •Location of a community is an example of vulnerability (susceptibility)
  • 61. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake! Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks Procedure 2: Minor shaking of table (Theme: Hazard analysis) Possible effect: •Glasses made of light material might tumble •Glasses made of heavier and stronger material will shake but may not tumble Processing: •Earthquake is an example of hazard •Types of glasses as examples of vulnerabilities
  • 62. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake! Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks Hazard Analysis: •Analyzing exposure •Cannot define vulnerability unless you have identified the hazards •You need exposure before risks become relevant •Vulnerability without hazard •Cannot define outcome without defining vulnerability
  • 63. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake! Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks Procedure 3 and 4: Moderate and strong shaking of table (Theme: Hazard reduction, capacity respond, recovery) Possible effect: •Even with reinforcement or good quality glasses, they may all tumble or fall •Even with the best effort, we cannot respond to all affected ( e.g. we cannot catch all the glasses when they fall)
  • 64. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake! Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
  • 65. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake! Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks Procedure 3 and 4: Moderate and strong shaking of table (Theme: Hazard reduction, capacity respond, recovery) Processing: Capacity to respond •Exemplified by readiness of the presenter to catch a falling glass •Ready to respond with skills, knowledge, resources
  • 66. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake! Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks Procedure 3 and 4: Moderate and strong shaking of table (Theme: Hazard reduction, capacity respond, recovery) Processing: Recovery •Cleaning up, you cannot respond to everyone •So clean up the mess
  • 67. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework EXERCISE – Simulating Earthquake! Hazards, Vulnerabilities, Capacities and Risks
  • 68. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework Framework for Community Risk Management Risk Reduction or Management •Hazard Reduction Plans (reduce exposure) •Vulnerability Reduction Plans (reduce consequences) •Emergency Preparedness Plans (increase capacity for response and recovery)
  • 69. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework Risk Management Framework Risk Reduction or Management •Hazard Reduction Plans (reduce exposure) •Vulnerability Reduction Plans (reduce consequences) •Emergency Preparedness Plans (increase capacity for response and recovery)
  • 70. Mod 1 Session 1 Topic 2 Any questions?
  • 71. Closing: Mod 1 Session 1
  • 72. Session 1 Objectives
  • 73. Session 1 Objectives At the end of the session, the participants will be able to: 2. Discuss the risk management framework. a. Reducing hazards b. Reducing vulnerabilities c. Increasing capacities d. Decreasing risks
  • 74. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework Framework for Community Risk Management Risk Reduction or Management •Hazard Reduction Plans (reduce exposure) •Vulnerability Reduction Plans (reduce consequences) •Emergency Preparedness Plans (increase capacity for response and recovery)
  • 75. Topic 2: Risk Management Framework Risk Management Framework Risk Reduction or Management •Hazard Reduction Plans (reduce exposure) •Vulnerability Reduction Plans (reduce consequences) •Emergency Preparedness Plans (increase capacity for response and recovery)
  • 76. Mod 1 Session 1 Any questions?
  • 77. Mod 1 Session 1: Risk Management Framework The End

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