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4 Phases of siaster management acc. to Van Wassenhove & Martinez

Development:


- Rehabilitation


- Mitigation




Relief:


- Preparedness


- Response

Preparedness

Response Planning




Local Capability

Response

Mobilization, assessments, Appeals


Donations & Procurement


Transport


Stock Asset Management


Final Delivery

Supply Chains

processes for matching demand and supply




involve network of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers and customers

Supply Chain Management involves management of three types of flows...

Material


Information


Finance

Logistics concerns...

the management of the movement, storage and handling of materials

efficient SCMs use techniques for..

forecasting demand


inventory management


logistics


information integration


standardization of components in manufacturing of products...

How to optimize SCs?

what? where from? where to? how much? how many times?

Challenges of SCMs

uncertainty about demand


uncertainty about supply


importance of speed

preparedness involves...

having access to people with skills


knowledge to assess situation


alternative plans for operations


financial resources


ways of effective collaboration

Response is likely to involve...

restoring damaged supply chains


creating additional supply chains


coordination of activities by large number or organizations

coordination (3 ways)

command


control


consensus


centralized or decentralized

Messiness of context of response action

damaged infrastructure


respondents suffering disaster consequences


aligning action of diverse actors


twisting principles of agency action to improvise/break rules

comprehensive approach recognizes..

limits of effective preparedness and response


most effective response is usually local

comprehensive approach leads to...

mitigation and recovery


focusing on ability of a community to prevent a disaster from happening

relevant concepts

disaster resistant community (behaviour shaping)




resilience

sustainable development approach

recognises interaction of factors


(environment, poverty, industry) in making of disasters

Invulnerable development

mitigation (reduce likelihood of hazard)




capacity to respond (reduce severity of consequences)

comprehensive vulnerability management

addresses range of disaster triggers


(environmental, technology related, social)


all 4 phases of disaster management


many types of actors


interdisciplinary