Emergency prevention through good design, operation, maintenance and inspection are essential to reduce the probability of occurrence and consequential effect of such eventualities. The overall objective of the DMP/Emergency Response Plan (ERP) is to make use of the combined resources at the site and outside services to achieve the following. Localize the emergency on property and people Minimize effects on property and people Effective rescue and medical treatment Evacuation. A disastrous event strikes suddenly, violently and without warning. Identifying the potential hazards ahead of time and advance planning can reduce the dangers of serious injury, loss of life and damage to environment in the event of an incident occurrence.
Being exposed to air polluted with harmful toxins can result in complication with the respiratory system and inflammatory organs. This can lead to an increased susceptibility of chronic diseases. With the social justice approach, communities can collectively work together to reduce the damaging effects climate change has on environmental and health outcomes. As social justice focuses the just distribution of burdens and diseases, marketplace fairness fixates on personal responsibility, self-interest, and individualism as the basis for outcomes. Individualized actions to reduce effects of climate change can include car-pooling, investing in renewable power resources, and orchestrating gardens and timber to supply supplemental oxygen into the air.
Predicting crime is not an easy task, criminal justice officials take many steps to prevent crime from happening. Environmental Design is a key aspect of helping prevent crimes Crime prevention through environmental design is a problem-solving approach to crime prevention. According to Peak (2015), crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) is defined as “proper design and effective use of the environment that can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime, and an improvement in the quality of life” (p. 111). The technique of CPTED often asks the two same questions, what makes this location a risk for people, and what lead to the opportunity for crime to happen here (Zahm, 2007)? Crime prevention through
Mitigation is the bases of emergency management. It is the effort to lessen the impact that disasters have on people and property. Mitigation can be defined as an action that reduces or eliminates long-term risk to people and property from natural hazards (The four phases of emergency management, n.d.). Mitigation attempts to prevent hazards from developing into disasters. It is different from the other three phases of emergency management because it focuses on long-term measures to reduce or eliminate risk.
With changes in the global temperature and weather, the understanding of the stability of society is necessary to allow us to develop to an environment that is able to resist any disturbance to our ecosystem. This understanding will allow us to build infrastructure in our services and funds to resist these changes and continue to provide a sustainable flow of goods to society. When changes to our ecosystem occur, humanity needs to be prepared to deal with these changes. Also understanding the human impact on the environment allows us to determine what actions have caused a negative impact on the ecosystem and develop a society were humanity can minimize their effect on these impacts. As humanity moves towards the future, the human impact on the environment will be more prevalent and cause changes in our services and capital of resources.
Some of the strategies to deal with such risk include; avoid, mitigate, accept, and transfer the risk (Usmani, & Liang, 2017). Avoiding the risk means eliminating the impact of the risk on the project. For instance, one can move outdoor activities to a later date to avoid the effects of anticipated rain. Mitigating the risk means to reduce the probability of the risk happening or minimizing its impact. An example of risk mitigation would be to find a replacement for an employee
The Pros and Cons of funding volcano and earthquake consist of many varying factors. The Pros are that you can be warned ahead of time and you can get to safety but that doesn 't mean you can prevent these things from happening. But only with the right supplies, you can be protected from these horrible hazards and you can protect yourself and your family you can also get supplies that way you are prepared for when these things happen. The Cons are that everytime there is a volcano it will be your money collected in tax that pay for our new equipment. Of course the money will be going to a good project but what if the government realizes that the taxes wouldn’t be enough.
Risky analysis of could also be efficient in establishing of the most convenient EHR system. The risky analysis system would help the management to be able determine the possible effects of the system that can lead to the failure of them the system .This would make the company opt for establishing a backup of their data and other records so as to avoids losses while ensuring there is efficient flow of work and maintenance of
There are ways that ordinary people can help contribute to prevent air pollution and or else face the dangerous consequences of polluted air. Focusing on reducing air pollutants in the Earth’s atmosphere, it creates an environmentally healthy place to live in and encourage people to work together for a common cause, thus making the world a better place. In order to solve such a problem, a strong understanding is needed. Air pollution is one of the various forms of pollution. It is the presence of foreign toxic substances or pollutants into the air.
Rural development is as important as urban development. Alleviating the hardships of the rural people is fundamental to rural development. Efforts at developing the rural areas are aimed at creating industries and employment opportunities. Any initiative towards this end would be welcomed with open arms in Nepal. This would also reduce the population density in the cities.