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Content Security
Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security http://www.cerias.purdue.edu/The “Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security” provides information regarding to security, and guarantee research,…
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Risk Management
4.0…………………………..Record significant findings.5.0…………………………..Review.Integrated risk management plan. INTRODUCTION:Generally fire accident is always happening either through accident or through other means like arson. Once such fire occurs there is very…
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RISK MANAGEMENT
JUNE 7, 2010.OUTLINE:INTRODUCTIONSAFETY POLICIES AND PROCEDURESFIRE STATION SAFETYA HAZARD AND A RISKHAZARDS IDENTIFICATIONTYPES OF DESTRUCTION PRECAUTIONS RECORDING OF FINDINGSREVIEWING THE RISK ASSESSMENTCONCLUSIONINTRODUCTIONThere are a lot of…
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RISK MANAGEMENT
IntroductionGood management of fire safety is crucial in ensuring fire occurrences are reduced. It also ensures fire risks are contained or controlled safely, effectively, and quickly in case they occur. It will as well ensure that in case fire…
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Community Safety
COMMUNITY FIRE SAFETYIdentification of effective and robust strategy to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities as a result of domestic fires in multi-occupancy high-rise buildingsIntroductionFire is often disastrous and most of all costly in…
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Crisis Management
Crisis Management of a Large Scale TsunamiOverview A tsunami is recurrent ocean waves that come in a series and is caused by underwater earthquake (Iwan, 2006). The size of the tsunami depends upon the earthquakes magnitude, its depth below the floor…
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Crisis Management
Crisis ManagementIntroductionThe Indian Ocean tsunami was as a result of the deep-sea 8.9 magnitude of the earthquake that that took place under the sea near Aceh, Northern Indonesia on December 26, 2004 causing the death of more than 350 thousand…
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Crisis Management
Crisis ManagementPeople unexpectedly lost their lives through natural and man –made disasters. Natural disasters include hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, earthquakes, and tsunamis. The 2004 Aceh, Indonesia tsunami killed over 500,000 people from Indian…
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Crisis Management
@2010Introduction Tsunami refers to a seismic sea wave(s) that is frequently generated by an underwater landslide. Landslide also refers to an earthquake. Tsunami is created by volcanic eruption into the ocean. Magnitude refers to a system used to…
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Crisis Management
The Southeast Asian region and the Indian Ocean have a number of institutions that are important in the contribution of the coordination of the aspects of disaster risk reduction (Monecke, 2008). The coordination of the warning system within the…
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Crisis Management
Task:IntroductionThe day after Christmas in 2004, an unanticipated disaster that shook the world to its knees struck. A Tsunami emanating from the coast of Northern Sumatra Island, Indonesia and ran through the Indian Ocean, with many more…
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Crisis Management
IntroductionHaddow and Bullock (2007, p. 123) argues that crisis is a major event that is unpredictable with potentiality of having negative effects. It usually results to extensive damage of physical facilities and the environment, and loss of life…
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Crisis Management
TSUNAMI EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMIntroductionTsunami incidents have been around for thousands of years and during the last century, around 500,000 people were killed by tsunamis (Spilsbury & Spilsbury 2008, p.44). Similar to earthquakes,…
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Community Safety
@2010Introduction In the multi occupancy high rise buildings, there are so many incidences of fatalities resulting from domestic fires. In these buildings, the number of occupants increases each and every time and the size of the building is…
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Crisis Management
Reaction and recommendations:2Crisis management programs:4Analysis of the data:8Conclusion:10Introduction:         The changes that have occurred in the past few years in the ecological system are highly alarming. These changes have had a negative…
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Community Safety
@2010Community safetyIntroductionFire accidents in high rise buildings can cause great loss of lives and properties. This is because these buildings house many people who carry out several activities that can lead to fire accidents. When a fire…
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Community Safety
Introduction Domestic fires are a common phenomenon in residential areas. In the United Kingdom, statistics reveal that domestic fires break out after an interval of every eight minutes. The Government released statistics show that there was a six…
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Community Safety
COMMUNITY SAFETYStrategy to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities in multi-occupancy temporary housing for migrant workersIntroductionThere are many events in our history that would remind us how a raging fire can destroy cities, homes, and…
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Community Safety
Community Service Introduction:One can begin a discussion on methods aimed at reducing fires would have to work under the consideration that a complete and total elimination of fires would be a near impossible task. It is in fact likely that as ever…
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Community Safety
Community SafetyStrategy to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities in an overpopulated high-rise temporary housingINTRODUCTIONResponding to fires in high-rise building is difficult and as discussed in this report, fire fighting in tall…
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Community Safety
June 20, 2010IntroductionMore often than not, occupants of high-rise buildings suffer from loss of property, injuries and even death resulting from fire outbreaks (Craighead, 2003). Some of these fire outbreaks and injuries and fatalities involved…
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Community Safety
Community SafetyIntroductionAccording to Steven (2007, p. 54), good fire management strategies are extremely crucial in ensuring there is reduced number of fire occurrences. This as well ensures reduced risks from fire in a quick and effective way in…
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Community Safety
Community SafetyIntroductionMost of the multi-occupancy high rise buildings were constructed in 1960s and early 1970s.they were aimed at alleviating the housing problems in many cities of the world. The constructions were thus part of the housing…
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Community Safety
Community ManagementIntroductionCommunity safety contains, reduces or prevents the intimidating, social and environmental factors which interfere with right of people to stay with no fear. Proper domestic fire management strategies are used to reduce…
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Community Safety
@2010Community safetyIntroductionThis is the act of preventing, containing or reducing the environmental, social or intimidator aspects affecting the rights of people to live without the fear of crime hence influencing the quality to life that they…
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