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Part 3: Coordination and Control, Information, Administrative Structure. Descriptions of Basic Societal Functions. Most Problems in Disaster Management have been related to inadequate Coordination and Control. Coordination and Control Roles and Responsibilities.

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Most Problems in

Disaster Management

have been related to inadequate

Coordination and Control

coordination and control roles and responsibilities
Coordination and ControlRoles and Responsibilities
  • Contingency planning and preparedness
  • Maintain inventory of available resources (goods & services)
  • Select most appropriate indicators of function
  • Surveillance and monitoring
  • Information management
  • Monitor status of each BSF
  • Coordinate overall activities of each BSF
  • Activation of contingency plans
  • Decision-making
  • Set Priorities
  • Define goals/objectives of interventions / responses
coordination and control roles and responsibilities continued
Coordination and ControlRoles and Responsibilities(continued)
  • Apply appropriate indicators
  • Exercise authority
  • Resource management
  • Initiate action as needed
  • Prevent resources not needed
  • Define progress
  • Provide information to all parties
  • Interact with the media assuring accuracy of reports
  • Liaison with external governments, non-governmental, inter-governmental agencies, commercial private sector
  • Provide quality assurance and control

These are Subfunctions of Coordination and Control

resource management
Resource Management
  • Accumulate, process, and interpret data
    • Damage
    • Needs
    • Available Supplies
  • Procure resources needed
  • Match resources with needs
  • Allocate resources
  • Evaluate
    • Effectiveness
    • Efficiency
    • Benefits
    • Costs
data vs information
Data vs. Information
  • Reliability
  • Reproducibility
  • Validity
  • Data Information
information types
Static

Spatial

Contact

Hazard

Clinical

External

Population-at-risk

Dynamic

Damage

Needs

Finance

Internal

External messages

Event log

Special

Event-specific

Hierarchical

Information Types
information structure
Information Structure
  • Structured
  • Unstructured
information challenges
Information: Challenges
  • Relevance
  • Accuracy
  • Validity
  • Complete
  • Comprehensible
  • Immediately available
  • Continuously updated
information barriers
Information: Barriers
  • People
  • Unfamiliarity
  • Incompatibility
  • Invalid processing and interpretation
  • Multiple jurisdictions
  • Cultures and languages
  • Time-consuming methods
  • Unnecessary duplication
  • Poor distribution
  • Non-harmonized terminology
  • Quality and capacity
information sharing
Information Sharing
  • Required to make decisions
  • Differs with function
  • Expertise needed to interpret data
  • Information from data must be filtered
  • Dependence on computers/electrical power?
information1
Information

Nothing

Happens

Without

INFORMATION

administrative structures1
Administrative Structures
  • Society operates by Administrative structures, not by BSFs
  • Control resources
  • Few are self-sufficient
  • Larger orgs—more layers (each functionally specific)
  • Structure different for each organization

Resources of society resident in MANY, MANY administrative entities

administrative entities
Administrative Entities
  • Governmental agencies
  • Intergovernmental agencies
  • Non-governmental organizations
  • Businesses
  • Academic institutions