PIM Karachi Disaster Management Event 22 April 2019
April 22 – 23, 2019
Venue: PIM, Karachi.
Our region now seems to have more frequency and intensity of human tragedy and heavy economic losses from disasters. The 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, 2005 earthquake in Kashmir, 2010 flood in Pakistan, and the Afghanistan blizzards highlight the level of devastation that disasters can bring to the region.
This training focuses necessary and useful fundamental knowledge and skills in disaster risk management to enhance the capabilities of disaster managers who wish to reduce the impact of disastrous events.
Natural Hazards and Disasters
Hydro-meteorological Hazards and Measures
Geo Hazards and Measures
Flood Hazard and Measures
Biological and Complex Hazards and Measures
Climate Change and Measures
Hazards and Vulnerabilities in Urban Environment and Measures
Multi-Hazards Vulnerabilities and Resilience
Psychological Impacts of Disasters
Risk Assessment and Disaster Management Cycle
Major Natural Hazards of Pakistan
Disasters Management Policies in Pakistan
Emergency Response Organizations in Pakistan
Legislation for Disaster Management in Pakistan
International Policies and Frameworks
Participants will have a sound understanding of disaster risk management processes and will be able to:
Understand basic concepts, terminology and models of disaster risk management
Identify and assess disaster risks using a risk management approach
Plan and develop effective strategies and systems for disaster risk reduction
Address and assess key implementation issues and requirements in disaster management
Effectively and efficiently coordinate with concerned department
Disaster Management Professional/Managers
Business Continuity Professionals/Managers
Disaster Recovery Managers/Consultants
Anyone who wants to build career in the field of Disaster Management..
Security Management, Counseling Psychology, and Quality Management
Working as Director Center of Excellence and Head of Special Projects. His areas of specialization are Security Management, Counseling Psychology, and Quality Management.
Duration: Two Full Days (9:30 AM to 4:30 PM)