Emergency response is the phase of the disaster-management cycle that often attracts the most attention and resources. During this phase, environmental health services may have a great impact on the health and well-being of affected communities. However, the impact achieved in the early days of the response is largely a test of previously-planned local and national preparedness and mitigation measures. Moreover, the way the emergency response has been planned and the way the emergency is managed will have a significant influence on post-disaster recovery and future development possibilities.
The emergency response phase should therefore be seen as a critical part of the disaster management cycle. Emergency response is sometimes a cyclical process, involving repeated assessment, planning, action, and review, to respond appropriately to needs and capacities as they evolve. It starts with an initial assessment and may be triggered spontaneously by the disaster event, or officials may authorize the mobilization of people and resources. Rapid and effective mobilization is facilitated by proper disaster preparedness.
Emergency Response Simulation of PT. Marina Nusantara Selaras
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