Module 2:
Safe Hospital
Assessment
Module 2 Objectives
Module 2 Objectives
Module 2 Objectives
At the end of this module, participants will be able
to:
3. Prioritize gaps in the following “Safe ...
Module 2 Expected
Outcomes
Module 2 Expected Outcomes
At the end of this module,
Identification of commonly experienced or
predicted hazards of p...
Module 2 Expected Outcomes
At the end of this module,
Feedback on WPRO’s Safe Hospitals’ Vulnerability
Assessment Tool...
Module 2 Expected Outcomes
At the end of this module,
Presentation of executive summary of assessment.
Presentation o...
Module 2 Sessions
Session Number and Title Topics Time
Allotment
Session 1: Identifying
Hazards
– Hospital Hazards
–...
Module 2
Links to Module 1
Module 1:
Safe Hospital Concepts
Module 1 Sessions
Session Number and Title Topics Time
Allotment
Session 1:
Risk Management
Framework
- 7 Fundamenta...
Safe Hospital
Definition:
A health facility whose services remain
accessible and functioning at maximum
capacity and i...
Safe Hospital
Definition:
A health facility whose services remain
accessible and functioning at maximum
capacity and i...
Safe Hospital
Components / Indicators for
Safe Hospital?
Safe Hospital
Components / Indicators for Safe
Hospital?
Structural
Non-structural
Functional
Components /
Indicators for
Safe Hospital
Structural
Non-structural
Functional
EElleemmeennttss tthhaatt eennaabblle...
After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts),
appreciated more than ever
importance of
safe hospitals in disasters?
Module 1 Expected Outcomes
At the end of this module,
each hospital team members must have agreed on
the roles they hav...
Stakeholders’ Interests and Concerns:
TO BBEE PPRROOTTEECCTTEEDD aanndd TTOO PPRROOTTEECCTT!!
EMERG / DISASTER
TIMES
N...
After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts),
ready to advocate / contribute / collaborate /
partner
Sri Lanka Ministry of H...
Safe Hospital Campaign
Global
Regional
National
SAFE
Your
After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts),
ready to make your hospital safe or safer
will NOT collapse in disasters, killi...
After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts),
ready to make your hospital safe or safer
can continue to function and
provide...
After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts),
ready to make your hospital safe or safer
is organized
with contingency plans ...
After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts),
ready to make your hospital safe or
safer or SAFEST?
YES – Let’s start!
GOALS...
To make your hospital safe or safer/safest
First thing to do -
make self-assessment of your
hospital in terms of three ...
Before self-assessment,
Identify hazards
your hospital commonly
experienced or might experience in the
future!
3 para...
NO such thing as a “hazard”
free hospitals!
3 parameters of SAFE HOSPITAL
Structural safety
Non-structural safety
Fun...
Identifying hazards facilitates self-assessment
in terms of where to focus.
But, do NOT forget to consider all other
po...
Mod 2 Session 1:
Identifying Hazards
Module 2 Session 1 Objectives
At the end of this module, participants will be able
to:
1.Identify commonly experienced ...
2 Topics in Session 1:
•Hospital Hazards Identification
•Hospital Risk Management
Framework (Hospital Risk
Analysis)
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
EXERCISE
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
EXERCISE
Instructions:
•Divide into hos...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
Identification of Hazards
Know the usual...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
EXERCISE
Hospital Risk Management Framew...
Hospital Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis
Suggested Format
Name of Hospital:
[ ] Government Private [ ] Bed Capa...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
EXERCISE
Instructions:
•Identify a faci...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
EXERCISE
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
Identification of Hazards – First Step
K...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
Hazards Mapping – Whole Country
(Sri Lan...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
People affected by different
disasters i...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
Natural disasters occurrence
reported in...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
Percentage of reported
people killed by ...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
Percentage of people
affected by disaste...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
Identification of Hazards – First Step
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
EXERCISE
Hospital Risk Management Framew...
Hospital Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis
Name of Hospital:
[ ] Government Private [ ] Bed Capacity:
Hazard Vuln...
National Training oonn SSaaffee HHoossppiittaallss -- SSrrii LLaannkkaa
Critical Elements of a Safe Hospital
Safe Hospit...
Critical Elements of a Safe Hospital
Safe Hospital
Structural
Component
Non-structural
Component
Functional
Compone...
Hospital Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis
Session 1 - Key Messages:
 Identification of hazards is first step.
...
Closing:
Mod 2 Session 1
Module 2 Session 1 Objectives
At the end of this module, participants will be able
to:
1.Identify commonly experienced ...
Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk
Management Framework
Identification of Hazards – First Step
K...
Hospital Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis
Hazards in the community
that may affect directly or
indirectly affect...
Module 2: Concept Map of Objectives and Expected Outputs
Your HOSPITAL
Identify potential hazards
Do general risk analy...
Mod 2 Session 1
Any questions?
Mod 2 Session 1:
Identifying Hazards
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National Training on Safe Hospitals - Sri Lanka - Module 2 Session 1 - 14Sept22-24

National Training on Safe Hospitals - Sri Lanka - Module 2 Session 1 - 14Sept22-24 [ROJoson]
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  • 1. Module 2: Safe Hospital Assessment
  • 2. Module 2 Objectives
  • 3. Module 2 Objectives
  • 4. Module 2 Objectives At the end of this module, participants will be able to: 3. Prioritize gaps in the following “Safe Hospital” components: • Structural • Non-structural • Functional
  • 5. Module 2 Expected Outcomes
  • 6. Module 2 Expected Outcomes At the end of this module, Identification of commonly experienced or predicted hazards of participating hospitals. Risk analysis focused on participating hospitals. Descriptive assessment of participating hospitals using the WPRO’s Safe Hospitals’ Vulnerability Assessment Tool.
  • 7. Module 2 Expected Outcomes At the end of this module, Feedback on WPRO’s Safe Hospitals’ Vulnerability Assessment Tool in preparation for a Sri Lanka’s Tool. Identification and prioritization of the “Safe Hospitals” gaps of hospital for action planning (3 critical gaps per component).
  • 8. Module 2 Expected Outcomes At the end of this module, Presentation of executive summary of assessment. Presentation of list of prioritized gaps for action planning.
  • 9. Module 2 Sessions Session Number and Title Topics Time Allotment Session 1: Identifying Hazards – Hospital Hazards – Hospital Risk Management Framework ~1 hour Session 2: Assessing Structural, Non-structural, and Functional Components and Prioritizing Gaps – Components of Safe Hospital – WPRO’s “Safe Hospitals’ Vulnerability Assessment Tool – Feedback on Tool – Prioritization Matrix ~3 hours Session 3: Presentation of Assessment Results and Prioritized Gaps The Executive Report ~2 hours
  • 10. Module 2 Links to Module 1
  • 11. Module 1: Safe Hospital Concepts
  • 12. 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
  • 13. Safe Hospital Definition: A health facility whose services remain accessible and functioning at maximum capacity and in the same infrastructure, during and immediately following the impact of a disaster.
  • 14. Safe Hospital Definition: A health facility whose services remain accessible and functioning at maximum capacity and in the same infrastructure, during and immediately following the impact of a disaster.
  • 15. Safe Hospital Components / Indicators for Safe Hospital?
  • 16. Safe Hospital Components / Indicators for Safe Hospital? Structural Non-structural Functional
  • 17. Components / Indicators for Safe Hospital Structural Non-structural Functional EElleemmeennttss tthhaatt eennaabbllee tthhee hhoossppiittaall ttoo ooppeerraattee,, eevveenn wwiitthhoouutt ffoorrmmiinngg ppaarrtt ooff tthhee rreessiissttaannccee ssyysstteemm,, ssuucchh aass aarrcchhiitteeccttuurraall eelleemmeennttss,, eeqquuiippmmeenntt,, sseerrvviicceess,, aanndd lliiffeelliinneess.. EElleemmeennttss cclloosseellyy rreellaatteedd ttoo ffuunnccttiioonnss aanndd ooppeerraattiioonnss ooff hhoossppiittaall ssuucchh aass aacccceessssiibbiilliittyy,, cciirrccuullaattiioonn aanndd ccoorrrriiddoorr ssyysstteemmss,, hhoossppiittaall eemmeerrggeennccyy mmaannaaggeemmeenntt ssyysstteemmss,, hhuummaann rreessoouurrcceess,, mmoonniittoorriinngg aanndd eevvaalluuaattiioonn.. Elements that make uupp tthhee ssttrreennggtthh aanndd tthhee ssaaffeettyy ooff tthhee bbuuiillddiinngg ssuucchh aass tthhee ffoouunnddaattiioonn,, ccoolluummnnss,, bbeeaammss,, aanndd ssllaabbss.. Match!
  • 18. After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts), appreciated more than ever importance of safe hospitals in disasters?
  • 19. 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.
  • 20. Stakeholders’ Interests and Concerns: TO BBEE PPRROOTTEECCTTEEDD aanndd TTOO PPRROOTTEECCTT!! EMERG / DISASTER TIMES NORMAL TIMES • Health Promotion and Restoration • Emergency Med Mgt • Public Health Mgt • Emerg / Disaster Mgt • Emerg Med Mgt • Health Restoration and Promotion • Public Health Mgt Preparedness SAFE HOSPITAL
  • 21. After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts), ready to advocate / contribute / collaborate / partner Sri Lanka Ministry of Health & WHO Campaign on “Hospitals Safe from Disasters”? GOALS of Campaign: REDUCE RISK PROTECT HEALTH FACILITIES SAVE LIVES
  • 22. Safe Hospital Campaign Global Regional National SAFE Your
  • 23. After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts), ready to make your hospital safe or safer will NOT collapse in disasters, killing patients and staff? GOALS of Campaign: REDUCE RISK PROTECT HEALTH FACILITIES SAVE LIVES
  • 24. After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts), ready to make your hospital safe or safer can continue to function and provide services as a critical community facility when it is most needed? GOALS of Campaign: REDUCE RISK PROTECT HEALTH FACILITIES SAVE LIVES
  • 25. After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts), ready to make your hospital safe or safer is organized with contingency plans in place and health workforce trained to keep the network operational? GOALS of Campaign: REDUCE RISK PROTECT HEALTH FACILITIES SAVE LIVES
  • 26. After Module 1 (Safe Hospital Concepts), ready to make your hospital safe or safer or SAFEST? YES – Let’s start! GOALS of Campaign: REDUCE RISK PROTECT HEALTH FACILITIES SAVE LIVES
  • 27. To make your hospital safe or safer/safest First thing to do - make self-assessment of your hospital in terms of three parameters of safe hospital. 3 parameters of SAFE HOSPITAL Structural safety Non-structural safety Functional safety
  • 28. Before self-assessment, Identify hazards your hospital commonly experienced or might experience in the future! 3 parameters of SAFE HOSPITAL Structural safety Non-structural safety Functional safety
  • 29. NO such thing as a “hazard” free hospitals! 3 parameters of SAFE HOSPITAL Structural safety Non-structural safety Functional safety
  • 30. Identifying hazards facilitates self-assessment in terms of where to focus. But, do NOT forget to consider all other possible hazards including those which you have NOT yet experienced. 3 parameters of SAFE HOSPITAL Structural safety Non-structural safety Functional safety
  • 31. Mod 2 Session 1: Identifying Hazards
  • 32. Module 2 Session 1 Objectives At the end of this module, participants will be able to: 1.Identify commonly experienced or might be experienced hazards in participating hospitals. 2.Using the risk management framework, do a risk analysis of their respective hospitals.
  • 33. 2 Topics in Session 1: •Hospital Hazards Identification •Hospital Risk Management Framework (Hospital Risk Analysis)
  • 34. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework EXERCISE
  • 35. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework EXERCISE Instructions: •Divide into hospital teams. •Using the suggested format below, do the following as a team: 1. Identify commonly experienced or predicted hazards for their respective hospitals. 2. Complete the risk management framework. •Be ready to report your output.
  • 36. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework Identification of Hazards Know the usual natural / other hazards in the country. Know the usual natural / other hazards near the location of your hospital. -By province -By district -By hospital catchment community
  • 37. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework EXERCISE Hospital Risk Management Framework Hazard Vulnerabilities Preparedness / Capacity / Readiness Risks Experienced Predicted
  • 38. Hospital Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis Suggested Format Name of Hospital: [ ] Government Private [ ] Bed Capacity: Hazard Vulnerabilities Preparedness / Capacity / Readiness Risks Experienced Predicted Just do a descriptive risk analysis for 3 more common identified hospital hazards.
  • 39. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework 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. •Present your outputs.
  • 40. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework EXERCISE
  • 41. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework Identification of Hazards – First Step Know the usual natural / other hazards in the country. Know the usual natural / other hazards near the location of your hospital. -By province -By district -By hospital catchment community
  • 42. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework Hazards Mapping – Whole Country (Sri Lanka) Mostly affected by weather-related hazards Floods and droughts = most common hazards Other hazards - landslides, lightning strikes, coastal erosion, epidemics and effects of environmental pollution NO volcano-related hazards
  • 43. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework People affected by different disasters in Sri Lanka (1974- 2004) HAZARD-PROFILE OF SRI LANKA Flood Drought Tsunami Landslide Storm
  • 44. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework Natural disasters occurrence reported in Sri Lanka (1980- 2010) http://www.preventionweb.net/english/countries/statistics/? cid=162 Drought - 6 Earthquake - 1 Epidemic - 6 Flood - 45 Mass mov. - 1 Storm - 3
  • 45. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework Percentage of reported people killed by disaster type in Sri Lanka (1980-2010) Earthquake http://www.preventionweb.net/english/countries/statistics/? cid=162
  • 46. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework Percentage of people affected by disaster type in Sri Lanka (1980-2010) Flood Drought http://www.preventionweb.net/english/countries/statistics/? cid=162
  • 47. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework Identification of Hazards – First Step
  • 48. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework EXERCISE Hospital Risk Management Framework Hazard Vulnerabilities Preparedness / Capacity / Readiness Risks Experienced Predicted
  • 49. Hospital Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis Name of Hospital: [ ] Government Private [ ] Bed Capacity: Hazard Vulnerabilities Preparedness / Capacity / Readiness Risks Natural Technological Biological Societal Structural vulnerabilities Non-structural vulnerabilities Functional vulnerabilities Degree of preparedness on Structural vulnerabilities Non-structural vulnerabilities Functional vulnerabilities • Collapse of hospital / health facility • Non-functional hospital / health facility • Loss of properties / lives • Limited surge capacity
  • 50. National Training oonn SSaaffee HHoossppiittaallss -- SSrrii LLaannkkaa Critical Elements of a Safe Hospital Safe Hospital Structural Component Emergency Exit System Lifeline Facilities Medical Facilities Architectural Elements Non-structural Component Functional Component Fire System Electricity System Water Supply System Medical Gas Supply System Communication System Critical Systems
  • 51. Critical Elements of a Safe Hospital Safe Hospital Structural Component Non-structural Component Functional Component
  • 52. Hospital Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis Session 1 - Key Messages:  Identification of hazards is first step.  Put attention to identified hazards but do not forget other possible hazards.  Do risk analysis. 3 parameters of SAFE HOSPITAL Structural safety Non-structural safety Functional safety GOALS : REDUCE RISK PROTECT HEALTH FACILITIES SAVE LIVES
  • 53. Closing: Mod 2 Session 1
  • 54. Module 2 Session 1 Objectives At the end of this module, participants will be able to: 1.Identify commonly experienced or might be experienced hazards in participating hospitals. 2.Using the risk management framework, do a risk analysis of their respective hospitals.
  • 55. Topics: Hospital Hazards Identification and Hospital Risk Management Framework Identification of Hazards – First Step Know the usual natural / other hazards in the country. Know the usual natural / other hazards near the location of your hospital. -By province -By district -By hospital catchment community
  • 56. Hospital Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis Hazards in the community that may affect directly or indirectly affect the hospital Vulnerabilities; Preparedness / Capacity / Readiness Risks (Safe Hospital Concepts) Natural Technological Biological Societal Structural vulnerabilities Non-structural vulnerabilities Functional vulnerabilities Collapse of hospital / health facility Non-functional hospital / health facility Loss of properties / lives Limited surge capacity
  • 57. Module 2: Concept Map of Objectives and Expected Outputs Your HOSPITAL Identify potential hazards Do general risk analysis Hazards Vulnerabilities Risks Detailed Assessment of Vulnerabilities (Structural / Non-structural / Functional) Action Planning Weaknesses / Gaps Prioritized Gaps
  • 58. Mod 2 Session 1 Any questions?
  • 59. Mod 2 Session 1: Identifying Hazards The End

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