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Preparing Your Club and Districts for Disaster 2

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Are your club and district prepared for disasters? When disaster strikes, Rotary clubs and districts are well-positioned to help reduce suffering and restore community infrastructure — if they are ready! Learn how your club and district can become prepared to assist with disaster recovery. Topics include an overview of what works, types of disasters, structure of disaster committees, and sources of templates to help you form effective disaster action plans.

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Preparing Your Club and Districts for Disaster 2

  1. 1. DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Individual Rotarian Family Club District International
  2. 2. TYPES OF DISASTERS •Disasters come in all sizes and types • Floods • Tsunamis • Landslides • Fires of all types • Tornados, Hurricanes and typhoons • Volcanic activity of all types, Gas exhalations (CO2,SO2) • Earthquakes, Sinkholes, • Out of this world stuff • War and other acts of man, Epidemics
  3. 3. INCONVINENT FLOODING
  4. 4. COLORADO FLOOD DAMAGE
  5. 5. IT WAS A ROAD!
  6. 6. FIRE PLUME
  7. 7. FT McMURRAY, ONT. CANADA
  8. 8. HURRICANE MATTHEW
  9. 9. LAVA FLOW OVER HIGHWAY Basaltic lava is generally not explosive and builds extensive lava flows that can destroy or cover man made structures.
  10. 10. KRAKATOA ERUPTION
  11. 11. CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL, NZ
  12. 12. HAITI EARTHQUAKE 2010
  13. 13. NEPAL 2015 EARTHQUAKE
  14. 14. SUN SPOT / PLASMA EJECTION
  15. 15. DIA MOBILE RESPONSE
  16. 16. Basic District Disaster Plan •A District Disaster Task Force •Establish Club Disaster Committees •Assist Individual Rotarians Families With Preparedness •Linkage to the Disaster Network of Assistance A Rotarian Action Group
  17. 17. CHANCE AND SURVIVAL FAVORS THE PREPARED MIND MAKE A PLAN !
  18. 18. REMEMBER •“No battle plan survives first contact with the enemy!” • Von Clausewitz •The best laid plans of mice and men….. •“If anything can go wrong it will” • Murphy •“Murphy was an optimist” Engineers all over the world
  19. 19. TWO RULES TO REMEMBER THE RULE OF C’s THE RULE OF P’s
  20. 20. THE RULE OF C’s •CLEAR •CONSISTANT •CONSENSUAL •COLLABORATIVE •COOPERATIVE •TO ACHIEVE A POSITIVE RESULT WHERE MANY PEOPLE ARE INVOLVED REQUIRES: •CONSTANT •COMMUNICATION
  21. 21. THE RULE OF P’s POOR PLANNING PRODUCES PROBLEMATIC AND POOR PROGRAMS
  22. 22. THE ALL IMPORTANT COMMUNICATIONS •OK we’ve had a disaster •How are we going to communicate •Cell phone •Satellite phone •Internet •Amateur Radio (ROAR) •CB’s •Runners between EOC’s •Smoke signals?
  23. 23. STRUCTURE OF WORK THE HIGHEST PRIORITY NEEDS AT THE START OF ANY EMERGENCY Are STRUCTURE AND INFORMATION Who is doing what, why, and how! And how is this coordinated
  24. 24. THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN •Who’s on first? •What’s on second? •Where the heck is third?
  25. 25. THE INDIVIDUAL ROTARIAN •ARE YOU REDI? •The fallacy of “Three days – three ways” •Doctor heal thy self •First do no harm •Personal responsibility •Family responsibility •Your Rotary Family responsibility •Your Community responsibility
  26. 26. PLAN BASICS •WHAT IF’S: •WHAT DO WE DO IF WE ARE SEPARATED? •OUT OF AREA CONTACT •RALLEY POINT(S) •EMERGENCY TURN OFFS •IF EVACUATING DO WE HAVE OUR MEDS •WHERE ARE THE GO BAGS •WHO DOES WHAT?
  27. 27. GO OR BUG OUT BAG •BE PREPARED FOR 5 DAYS SURVIVAL • WATER (Minimum of 2 ltrs/day/person) • FOOD (Canned meat, fruit, vegetables, energy bars) • FLASHLIGHT (Extra batteries) • CELL PHONE (With car charger) • WHITSLE (Good idea is to keep this on your key ring) • WATERPROOF MATCHES & SMALL CANDLES • SANITARY SUPPLIES INCLUDING GARBAGE BAGS • FIRST AID KIT • BASIC TOOLS (Don’t forget the can opener Swiss knife) • SOMETHING FUN (Distraction, cards, game, wine?)
  28. 28. THE CLUB DISASTER RELIEF COMMITTEE •COMMITTEE STRUCTURE •WHO? •WHAT? •WHERE? •WHEN? •WHY? •WHAT IS ITS FUNCTION?
  29. 29. THE CLUB COMMITTEE STRUCTURE •WHO SHOULD BE ON THE COMMITTEE? •THE CLUB DISASTER COORDINATOR •LINKAGE TO OTHER COMMITTEES •Contact / phone tree – what is it & why is it important •A disaster closet or warehouse? •Capability and materials data base
  30. 30. THE DISTRICT DISASTER COMMITTEE •WHO SHOULD BE ON THE COMMITTEE •DISTRICT DISASTER COORDINATOR •DISTRICT DATA BASE • Club/District disaster relief assets • Records in digital, searchable format • Common program with compatible structure • A hard copy for when the power is gone • Communications – within District • Communications – up and down the line
  31. 31. ROTARIAN DISASTER RELIEF NETWORK (Disaster Network of Assistance – RAG) In January 2015 the RI Board approved a new Rotarian Action Group. “Disaster Network of Assistance – RAG”

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