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EARTH QUAKE

PRO ACTIVE PLANS & PREPAREDNESS

S.S.PORE

GONDVAN

GONDWAN

GONDWAN ON THE MOVE

PLATE PRESENT STATUS

FORMATION OF INDIAN PLATE

MOTHER

The earth rotates on its axis once each day. Since the circumference of the earth at the equator is 24,901.55 miles, a spot on the equator rotates at approximately 1037.5646 miles per hour (1037.5646 times 24 equals 24,901.55) (1669.8 km/h).

At the North Pole (90 degrees north) and South Pole (90 degrees south), the speed is effectively zero since that spot rotates once in 24 hours, a very, very slow speed. To determine the speed at any other latitude, simply multiply the cosine of the degree latitude times the speed of 1037.5646. In addition to the rotational speed of the earth spinning on its axis, the earth is also speeding at about 66,660 miles per hour (107278.87 km/h) in its revolution around the sun once ever 365.2425 days.

FAULT LINES UNDER INDIA

Mud Volcano Baratang, Andaman

Mouth of the Mud Volcano

Collecting Samples from Mud Volcano

Barren Island Andaman

Barren Island Volcano in Action

26 th December 2004 TSUNAMI

Continental Shelf and Coast Line

A TSUNAMI WAVE CAN REACH 10 M OR MORE IN HEIGHT DEPENDING ON THE DEPTH OF CONTINENTAL SHELF

Tsunami in Japan

Same Wave after few seconds

Tsunami Body Count

Tsunami in Andaman Dec 26 , 2004 Chidia Tapu

HISTORY OF EARTHQUAKE

VULNERABILITY ZONES A TOOL FOR PREPAREDNESS

Movement under Rann of Kachh

EARTHQUAKE VULNERABILITY IN MAHARASHTRA

Koyna

Killari

Fault lines Old and New

Fault Lines 2

Logistics

Coverage Are you within it ?

Bhuj Epicenter

Fault Line Shows

Hot bluish liquid emerged village Thrank Lodai, about 30 km. from Bhuj.

BHUJ : Damage in Urban Areas

Earthquake Damage

Possibility of Many Deaths

Bhachau 26 Jan 2001

Need to Demolish in time

YEARS TO BUILD DESTRUCTION IN SECONDS

LIFETIME SAVINGS GET LOST IN A SECOND

NATURE DOES NOT DIFFERENCIATE

MANY STRUCTURES NEED SEVERE REPAIRS

DIFFICULT TO VENTURE IN

Danger Zone for volunteers

Danger Zone 2

Commander has to Lead and show the way

NOT POSSIBLE FOR UNTRAINED RESCUE WORKER

Earthquake Damage in Japan

TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION CRISIS

RECONSTRUCTION NEED TIME AND MONEY

ROAD NETWORK NEED SERIOUS REPAIRS

UNDERGROUND UTILITIES NO MORE

LIQUIFACTION DAMAGE THE BASIC FOUNDATIONS

MANY STRUCTURES NEED DEMOLITION

UNDER WATER EARTHQUAKE INITIATES TSUNAMI

RESULT OF DAM BURST IN NEW ZEALAND

THE DEPTH OF A GAP COULD BE VERY DEEP

PEOPLE IN BUSES AND CARS ARE NOT ALWAYS SAFE

STILT FLOOR HAS COME DOWN

TO VENTURE IN A LANE NEEDS CAUTION

PORT BLAIR (ANDAMAN) GOVERNMENT BUILDING

Approach to Sikkim 19th Sept.2011

Landslide in Action

Total Destruction

Total Risk for Rescue and Logistics

Aftershocks and Death 19th Sept. 2011

Rangpo Main Shock of 6.8 Richter Scale

Rangpo Close up

Epicentre at Mangan - North Sikkim

To listen the Tremors

To Study and Guide Others

Possibility of Sudden Death but one Must Learn

Listening the Earthquake Sounds

Shendoda budruk taluka tiwasa dist Amravati.....dated 24 dec 2011 at 11 am.. ,

THESE PHOTOGRAPHS GIVE SOME GUIDELINES


NEED OF INFORMATION ON EARTHQUAKE VULNERABILITY ANNALYSIS ACTION PLANS FOR DIFFERENT AREAS PREPARDNESS IN TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT CONTINGENCY PLANS ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION SPECIALITY VEHICLES IN HOUSE MEDICAL TEAM MOCK DRILLS EXPERIENCE OF DISASTER SITUATIONS

PREPERATION OF A TEAM
DATA BASE AND INFORMATION ON VARIOUS DISASTERS DAILY WATCH ON INFORMATION ON DISASTERS KNOWLEDGE OF LOGISTICS AND ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION ALL ROAD AND RAILWAY MAPS SPECIALISED TRAINING ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT

PREPERATION OF A TEAM
MANDATE OF THE TEAM DUTY LISTS AND TIME TABLES MEDICAL CHECK UPS OF TEAM MEMBERS PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE BY VISITING DISASTERS LANGUAGE SKILLS PRACTICE IN PHOTOGRAPHY AND REPORT WRITING (CREAT YOUR OWN RECORD OF WORK )

HOW TO WORK IN THE FIELD


LEARN THE MEHODOLOGY : IMPACT ASSESSMENT NEEDS ASSESSMENT SUPPLY LOGISTICS IN AND OUT ROUTES REST AND REINFORCEMENT TIME TO GO BACK

SECURITY OF MEN AND MATERIAL


WEAPONS MANAGEMENT IN DISASTERS

SAFETY OF AMMUNITION
SAFETY OF FOOD AND WATER INDEPENDENT SANITATION FACILITY SECURED REST AREA TRAINED NEGOTIATOR AS A PART OF THE TEAM HEALTH MANAGEMENT DESIGNATION OF ESCAPE ROUTES

REVISION OF ACTION PLANS AND MOCK EXERCISES WILL EQUIP THE TEAM FOR REAL LIFE SITUATION.

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