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CHEMICAL (INDUSTRIAL) DISASTER MANAGEMENT. Anil K. Gupta, Associate Professor Sreeja S. Nair, Assistant Professor National Institute of Disaster Management New Delhi www.nidm.gov.in. NATIONAL INSTITUTE.

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chemical industrial disaster management

CHEMICAL (INDUSTRIAL) DISASTER MANAGEMENT

Anil K. Gupta, Associate Professor

Sreeja S. Nair, Assistant Professor

National Institute of Disaster Management

New Delhi

www.nidm.gov.in

national institute
NATIONAL INSTITUTE
  • Ministry of Agriculture set up National Centre for Disaster Management at IIPA in 1995
  • NCDM scaled up to NIDM in October 2003 (as part of Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India)
  • NIDM is a Statutory Body (Chapter 7 - DM Act, 2005)
  • 4 Academic divisions and 4 multi-disciplinary research cells
statutory mandates
STATUTORY MANDATES
  • Develop Training Modules, Undertake research & documentation, Organize training programmes;
  • Formulate and implement a comprehensive Human Resource Development Plan covering all aspects of disaster management; for all the sectors,
  • Provide inputs in National Level Policy formulation;
  • Guidance to training and research Institutesfor development of training & research programmes
mandates
MANDATES…….
  • Training of faculty members of Disaster Management /State training institutes
  • Develop educational materials for disaster management including academic & professional courses;
  • Promote awareness among stakeholders including college or school teachers; technical personnel & others associated with multi-hazard mitigation, preparedness and response
key activities in the context of networking
KEY ACTIVITIESin the context of Networking
  • Joining Efforts with support of ATIs
  • Sharing Experience through Conference, Workshops, Policy dialogues
  • Documenting events, e.g. Orissa Cyclone, Gujarat EQ, Kumbakonam Fire, Meerut Fire, Barmer Flood, Mumbai Floods etc
  • Editing Contents through knowledge Institutions (IDKN Model)
  • E-Learning e.g. VLE, Moodle Platform WBI Courses
  • E-Shishak will be launched soon.
achievements
ACHIEVEMENTS
  • >400 training programmes & trained (both trainers & line stakeholders)
  • South Asia Policy Dialogue in August 2006
  • First India Disaster Management Congress in Nov. 2006
  • International Workshop “Risk to Resilience –Strategic Tools for DRR”
  • Central Sector Scheme; 30 “Disaster Management Centres” in different States in India
  • Incident Command System and MEPP Trainings including NDRF, Civil Defense, Paramilitary, etc.
  • Partnership with >50 international and national institutions/agencies
  • On-line Training Programmes with World Bank Institute, Washington.
  • National Programmes for Capacity Building of Engineers and Architects
programmes on cdm
PROGRAMMES ON CDM
  • IDMC 1: 29-30 November 2006

http://nidm.gov.in/idmc/

  • IDMC 2 : 4-6 November 2009,

www.nidm.gov.in/idmc2/

  • National Workshop on Chemical Disaster Management: Preparation of National Action Plan, October 2008 (MoEF-NIDM)

http://nidm.gov.in/cdm

  • Training programmes on Chemical (Industrial) Disaster Management: National (2006 onwards) and State level - GIDM,HCMRIPA,YASHADA (2008-09)
information knowledge management
INFORMATION / KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
  • Disaster Resource Network

www.idrn.gov.in

  • Disaster Knowledge Network

www.idkn.nic.in

  • Indis Data Project

www.desinventar.net, www.emdat.be

  • Disaster Statistics in collaboration with CSO and Nodal Ministries
  • ENVIS Centre on Disaster Management
  • VPN and Videoconferencing facility (ISRO Supported)
challenges suggestions
Challenges/ Suggestions
  • Disintegration still prevails (on both sides)
  • Defining “Industrial Disasters” and “Chemical Disasters”
  • Coordination among agencies/departments
    • Safety, Health, Environment, Disaster Management, etc.
  • Criteria of multi-hazard risk assessment
  • Integration of Off-site EPP with DDMPs/ State DM Plans
  • Preparedness Vs. Risk Management – Clarity in notions
knowledge portal
Knowledge Portal
  • Technology ahead of contents
  • Strategic and attitudinal Issue
  • Credibility and reliability of Information
  • Sustainability Issues including ownership
  • Copy right issues
  • Benefits and beneficiary
  • Technophobia
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