» Define and describe hazard and exposure;
» differentiate among hazards, exposure, and
vulnerabilities and explain the relationship of
the three to disaster risk;
» assess the hazard; and
» identify and locate the hazards in the school.
It is the presence of elements at risk or chance of being
harmed from a natural or man-made hazard event.
“The more a community is exposed to hazard factors, the higher
is the disaster risk or higher chance disaster occurrence.”
It implies the probability of possible
adverse effects. This results from the
interaction of social and
environmental systems, from the
combination of physical danger, and
exposed item vulnerabilities.
risk is the possibility of something
bad to happen.
1. Very risky- extremely dangerous
2. Risky- full possibility of danger,
failure or loss.
3. Not risky- nonthreatening, safe.
4. No effect
» Include the picture of the hazard in the presentation of output.
Group 1: Science building & Grade 8 building
Group 2: 6 Classroom area
Group 3: 10 Classroom area
Group 4: TVL building and HE area
Group 5: 10 Classroom area (in front of TVL
Group 6: Mini-coliseum, & Library & office area
Group 7: Mini-coliseum & Office building
Group 8 : Grade 10 area
Group 9: Grade 7 area (gate to gulayan)
Group 10: Grade 9 area