Disaster Risk Reduction & Resilience

Disaster means a catastrophe, mishap, calamity, or grave occurrence in any area arising from natural or manmade causes, or by accidents or negligence which results in substantial loss of life or human suffering or damage to, and destruction of, property or damage to or magnitude as to be beyond the capacity of the community of the affected area. Disasters occur as a result of a combination of hazards, vulnerabilities and a lack of measures, where using special measures for planning, coordinating and utilizing appropriate resources will minimize the adverse impact of disasters. High Hazard Industries are looking at “Disaster Management” as part of the disaster that struck by internal reasons of any operational failures or uncontrolled situations within the plant. Comprehensive disaster management is based upon four distinct components viz. mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.

Who can pursue: Floor Wardens, Dy. Floor Wardens, Estate Officials of the Buildings
Duration: 3 Days
Mode of Training: Physical

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Training Objective

To train the persons involved in Disaster Management, to effectively perform their role during any disaster in hydrocarbon industry.

Topics Covered

  • Basics of Disaster Risk Management

  • Disaster Risk Reduction & Resilience in Chemical Industries

  • Emergency response, Disaster management and Risk reduction

  • Chemical Leakage – Case studies

  • Critical Incident Management for Chemical/Hazardous incidents

  • Safe Handling of Hazardous materials (Extraction to Disposal)

  • Public Health Dimension in Chemical Incidents

  • Management of Burn Injuries & Life Saving Practices during Emergency Scenarios

  • Hands on practice on use of different Portable Fire Extinguishers

  • Survival in Smoke and Search & Rescue operation in Smoke House

  • Simulation based Field Familiarization

  • Field Exercise on Incident Response System