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The HCFDC resilience program :. 2. The Orange shield. 1. The Orange Flag. 3. Feasability study for « Assessing community resilience in the face of natural hazards ». By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology. Supports :.

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The HCFDC resilience program :

2. The

Orange

shield

1. The Orange Flag

3. Feasability study for « Assessing community resilience in the face of natural hazards »

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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Supports :

The program is supported by the :

Ministère de l’écologie, du développement durable

et de l’énergie

Direction générale de la prévention des risques

MEDDE /DGPR

Ministry For Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy

General Directorate For risk prevention (natural and industrial)

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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1. The Orange Flag

What is it ?

A label awarded by the HCFDC to the communities that fulfil a number of criteria in terms of safeguarding and protection of the population against the majors risks and threats.

Also a mean of communication

for the communities

HCFDC has signed a convention with the inter-agency of

the UN for the « Making cities resilient » program of the UN-ISDR

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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1. The Orange Flag

How to obtain it?

A community has to connect on

the website http://www.pavillon-orange.org/

and fill the questionnaire about :

Planning - Municipality involvement - Human resources training - Information to the population - Means – Community crisis management

- Field intervention – Prevention

- Budget

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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1. The Orange Flag

And then ?

Points are given for each

answers and the total amount of point is immediately calculated and displayed on the website.

A community with enough points can order the Orange Flag for a price relating to the

number of inhabitants.

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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1. The Orange Flag

42 communities are now

Awarded with the Orange Flag

and number is increasing every year

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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2. The Orange Shield

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In the same trend of the Orange flag,

the Orange Shieldisawarded to schoolsthatfulfilnumbers of criteria on pedagogic programs and safetymeasures in the face of major risks and threats to theirpupil.

Website : http://www.bouclier-orange.org/

Groupe scolaire

Jean Moulin

Created in 2009 by the IFFO-RME and the HCFDC

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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3. Feasability study for « Assessing community resilience in the face of natural hazards »

A 2 years program mainly funded by the Ministry of Ecology – General directorate for risk prevention

Goal of the study :

Be able to create an index to monitor, in the future, public policy balance between Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Reparation on different territorial scales.

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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3. Feasability study for « Assessing community resilience in the face of natural hazards »

Study area :

The “arrondissement” (or county)

Actors involved :

Local authorities – communities – State natural and industrial hazard prevention department – Hazardous industrial plants – Local Education Ministry Body

Data’s collect :

By questionnaires to each actors

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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3. Feasability study for « Assessing community resilience in the face of natural hazards »

An index built from 8 variables :

Ocurence – Intensity – Exposure – Vulnerability

Anticipation – Preparedness – Consciousness - Management

Exposure

Vulnerability

Intensity

Anticipation

Ocurence

Preparedness

Management

Consciousness

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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3. Feasability study for « Assessing community resilience in the face of natural hazards »

Meteorological hazards resilience index

A mathematical model to automatically calculate the 4 indexes, powered by the the fuzzy logic

=> Connections between variables are calibrated and each step of calculation is different

Global resilience index

Industrial hazards resilience index

Geological hazards resilience index

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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3. Feasability study for « Assessing community resilience in the face of natural hazards »

Natural or industrial disasters

Occurence

Seriousness

History/memories

Intensity

Gravity

Human

Economic

Environment

Heritage

Stakes

Vulnerability

Exposure

Awarness

X hazard resilience index

Vigilance

Alert

Prevention planning

Anticipation

Preparedness

Training

Exercise

Preparedness

Reactivity

Consciousness

Information

Education

Budget

Human ressources

Insurance

Political Commitment

Actor’s coopération

Social link

Management

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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3. Feasability study for « Assessing community resilience in the face of natural hazards »

Meaning of each index : 

Index5 : a difference of 2 points for reactivity than gravity shows the ability to face unpredicted intensity of hazards

Index 4: resilience is at a high level but with a positive difference of more than 2 points for reactivity than gravity, we consider this situation as an excessive expense of means. Anyway, this situation is still better than an equality of the gravity and reactivity marks.

Index 3: gravity and reactivity marks are equal. We consider that the territory has set the conditions to develop a resilience level that will absorb the already known levels of hazard on the territory.

Index 2 :

2 + : gravity is low and so is reactivity, but they are equal. The territory is kind of resilient, but no real work has been done to develop and improve it.

2 – : Gravity is 1 point over reactivity and the territory is not considered as resilient.

Indice de 1:

1 +: Lack of reactivity is limited to 2 points.

1 –: Gravity is more than 2 points higher over reactivity.

Global

Index :

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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3. Feasability study for « Assessing community resilience in the face of natural hazards »

Graphic of the meteorological index variables

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology

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Thank you !

Let’s discuss if you have any questions !

By the French High Committee for Civil Defence and Supported by the French Ministry For Ecology