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Disaster Resistance City- Denizli

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Disaster Resistance City- Denizli

  1. 1. Disaster Resistant City: Denizli Design & Application Dr.Yılmaz ÖZMEN Deputy Secretary General, Denizli Governorship; President of Natural Disasters and Road Safety Association
  2. 2. Outline  About us  Objectives  Disaster Resistant City: Denizli ◦ Basics and Applications  EARTHQUAKE STUDIES IN DENIZLI
  3. 3. STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORATE, DENIZLI GOVERNORSHIP
  4. 4. E-DENİZLİ Projects
  5. 5. General Objectives  To design the integration of all these systems with each other without any problem and interruption  To produce required algorithms  To make up wired and wireless communication systems  To provide image, sound and data transforming offline and online without any problem and interruption  To take preventions against all kind of ICT risks by developing disaster scenarios  To function the system without any problem, maintenance and improvement should be done by an established management team
  6. 6. Disaster Resistant City: Denizli Denizli Disaster Information System (DABİS)
  7. 7. DABİS •To develop scenarios that depend on scientific predictions in accordance with disaster risk parameters •To prepare appropriate response plans according to disaster scenarios •To update disaster response plans •To control all the related institutions whether they are responding to occurred disasters in accordance with disaster response plans •To pursuit and control all kind of occurred natural events CBS GIS is base of e-Denizli projects and with its flexible structure it is a must technology that should be used for response plans in pursuit and response of natural disasters.
  8. 8. DEGBİS CBS •To follow, control and help to reduce number of public security events •To identify the provocation sources at mass demonstrations and plan required precautions •To supervise and control of traffic flow inside the city •To make crime, criminal, victim and time & location analyzes •To provide criminal proceedings There are 3 main information of public security events: criminal, time and location. The location information is best obtained by GIS. GIS makes overall location analyzes for each events.
  9. 9. DEYBİS CBS •To provide knowledge to institutions to be more aware of their tasks and responsibilities •To change the understanding of information, data processing, informatics and computer usage •To teach the institutions that the best information is the classified and table information •To provide intuitions work in coordination with each other through information technologies even they are in different sphere of duties. To be able to direct people and events, we need to know their time & location information and this can only be provided by GIS technologies.
  10. 10. IMC  Target is to built an Information and Management Centre to be able to manage all projects from one common centre as fully integrated.  One of the most important privilege of this centre is that it is going to be the information technologies center where all kind of R&D activities are done for improvement of the city and all necessary management decisions are taken.  All the Publicity, content and monitoring & evaluation results of e- Denizli Projects will be able to be followed by related institutions and public on the web pages of Denizli Governorship, Denizli Special Provincial Administration, Denizli Municipality and Pamukkale University  In the progressive time, our city will become a Cyber City with use of information applications by public and this will be observed in the daily and commercial life of the city.
  11. 11. Geographical Information System: GIS
  12. 12. Using Purposes  At time of the Disaster/Crisis ◦ For predisaster planning, analyze and normal operations ◦ For information flow, information screening, decision making at the right off disaster ◦ For after disaster planning, recovery  Except Disaster/Crisis times ◦ It is a decision making system that provides investigation, searching, analyzing, interrogating, combining, scanning, getting the information and evaluation of all kind of natural resources like geological, metrological, agricultural, forestry, transportation, communication, infrastructure, energy and etc.
  13. 13. Disaster Management System will be introduced with  Modern, ◦ Consists of 4 phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery  Integrated, ◦ Congregate all resources under one force ◦ Total Quality management Concept ◦ Perceives disaster as a whole  Society supported, ◦ Society is included in all 4 phases of disaster for example: Public, citizens, NGO etc. understanding.
  14. 14. Disaster Management Principles  Emergency management is a “living” management that needs to be renewed and revised continuously.  Organizations done should be modular and could be integrated with each other.  Integration of 4 phases in emergency management to become true by top level coordination of public, private sectors and NGOs.
  15. 15. Disaster Management Teams  One team will be formed for each disaster management phasesThese teams will be set up under one general coordinator as given below: ◦ 1 team leader ◦ 5 planning leader ◦ 3 education and dissemination leader  These teams will be responsible only for their positions  They should be specialized only on their position area  Their required trainings must be updated continuously at national and international levels.
  16. 16. What is Civil Resilience?  It is the effort to get the “life” of the community back to normal following a disaster or major emergency as soon as possible.
  17. 17. Why is CR important?  Relatively small investments in preparation can speed up recovery and prevent further hardship  A country's population is it’s most valuable asset, it is therefore important for the economic security of a country to protect its people
  18. 18. Why do we need CR?  To manage threats  To plan  To assist  To return to normal
  19. 19. Managing Civil Resilience  It is the continuous process by which all communities identify risks and manage hazards in an effort to avoid or reduce the impact of disasters  is known as “business continuity management” in the private sector To Manage CR we use the principles of Emergency Management …
  20. 20. It’s all about planning Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan is nothing but planning process is everything
  21. 21. Emergency Planning The 4 Step Process  Step 1 -- Establish a PlanningTeam  Step 2 -- Analyze Capabilities and Hazards  Step 3 -- Develop the Plan  Step 4 -- Implement the Plan
  22. 22. Step 1 Establish a PlanningTeam  There must be an individual or group in charge of developing the emergency management plan.
  23. 23. Step 1 Establish a PlanningTeam  Form the Team - the size of the planning team will depend on the facility's operations, requirements and resources. ◦ Usually involving a group of people is best because:  It encourages participation and gets more people invested in the process.  It increases the amount of time and energy participants are able to give.  It enhances the visibility and stature of the planning process.  It provides for a broad perspective on the issues.
  24. 24. Step 1 Establish a PlanningTeam  Establish Authority . ◦ demonstrate commitment to the plan and promote an atmosphere of cooperation by "authorizing" the planning group to take the steps necessary to develop a plan. ◦ Establish a clear line of authority between group members and the group leader
  25. 25. Step 1 Establish a PlanningTeam  Issue a Mission Statement . ◦ Issue a mission statement to demonstrate commitment to emergency management. ◦ The statement should define the purpose of the plan and indicate the authority and structure of the planning group.
  26. 26. Step 1 Establish a PlanningTeam  Establish a Schedule and Budget. ◦ Establish a work schedule and planning deadlines.Timelines can be modified as priorities become more clearly defined. ◦ Develop an initial budget for such things as research, printing, seminars, consulting services and other expenses that may be necessary during the development process.
  27. 27. Disaster Management System Denizli Disaster Management General Coordinator Mitigation Team Leader Prepradeness Team Leader Emergency Team Leader Recovery Team Leader Planner (5) Educator (3) Planner (5) Educator (3) Planner (5) Educator (3) Planner (5) Educator (3)
  28. 28. Step 2 Analyze Capabilities & Hazards  Gather information about current capabilities and about possible hazards and emergencies,  Meet with other agencies to discuss, ◦ their plans ◦ their response to emergencies
  29. 29. Step 2 Analyze Capabilities & Hazards  Identify Codes and Regulations  Identify Critical Products, Services and Operations  Identify resources and capabilities that could be needed in an emergency include  Personnel  Equipment  Facilities  Backup systems
  30. 30. Step 2 Analyze Capabilities & Hazards  Meet with insurance carriers to review all policies to establish possible Recovery and Restoration funding.  Conduct a risk analysis to determine capability for handling emergencies.
  31. 31. Step 2 Analyze Capabilities & Hazards Risk Assessment risk = likelihood x consequence R= L x C
  32. 32. Step 3 Develop the Plan PLAN COMPONENTS  Executive Summary  Emergency Management Elements  Emergency Response Procedures  Support Documents  Resource lists
  33. 33. Step 3 Develop the Plan Development Process  Identify Challenges and Prioritize Activities ◦ goals and milestones  Write the Plan  Establish a Training Schedule  Coordinate with Outside Organizations  Maintain Contact with other agencies  Review, Conduct Training and Revise  Final Approval  Distribute and communicate the Plan
  34. 34. Step 4 Implement the Plan • Implementation means more than simply exercising the plan during an emergency. It means acting on recommendations made during the risk analysis. • Integrate the plan. Emergency planning must become part of the culture. Look for opportunities to build awareness; to educate and train personnel; to test procedures; to involve all levels of management, all agencies and the community in the planning process
  35. 35. Step 4 Implement the Plan • Test the plan • Conduct exercise • Conduct training activities a.Who will be trained? b.Who will do the training? c.What training activities will be used? d.When and where each session will take place? e. How the session will be evaluated and documented?
  36. 36. Step 4 Implement the Plan ◦ Evaluate and Review the plan. ◦ Provide feedback to all agencies involved in the plan. ◦ Improve the plan where required. ◦ Maintain and update the plan at regular intervals.  ABOVE ALL; COMMUNICATE THE PLAN
  37. 37. Denizli Information and Management Centre CENTER OF EXCELLENCE Yönetim Davranış Bilimleri TasarımTasarımTeknoloji Management Technology Design Behavior Science
  38. 38. TELSİZ RÖLESİ CBS SERVER GÖRÜNTÜ SERVER UYGULAMA SERVER YEDEKLEME ÜNİTESİ UPS JENARATÖR DOMAİN SERVER DEGBİS KAMERALAR OPERATÖRLER OPERATÖRLERKAMERALAR CBS SERVER GÖRÜNTÜ SERVER UYGULAMA SERVER DOMAİN SERVER OPERATÖRLER CBS ve ARAÇ TAKİP SERVER GÖRÜNTÜ SERVER UYGULAMA SERVER DOMAİN SERVER VERİTABANI SERVER İLETİŞİM – WEB SERVER YEDEKLEME ÜNİTESİ UPS JENARATÖR YEDEKLEME ÜNİTESİ UPS JENARATÖR TELEFON SANTRALİ DEYBİSDABİS RADYO İSTASYONU (AFET FM)
  39. 39. EARTHQUAKE STUDIES IN DENIZLI Pamukkale University, Earthquake Research Lab.
  40. 40. 40 Denizli
  41. 41. DETERMINATION OF SEISMIC RISK
  42. 42. 42 İstanbul 1999
  43. 43. 43 Yalova 1999
  44. 44. 44 Gölcük-1999
  45. 45. 45 Buldan, Denizli 2003
  46. 46. CALAMITY OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
  47. 47. Structural Technologies and Earthquake Engineering Lab. Pamukkale University
  48. 48. PLANLANAN 3-B DENEY
  49. 49. EXTERNAL SHEARWALLS FOR PRECAST BUILDINGS.
  50. 50. EXTERNAL SHEAR WALL FOR RC BUILDINGS

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