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Id: 16632
Autor: World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
Título: Drought monitoring and early warning : Concepts, progress and future challenges.
Fonte: s.l; World Meteorological Organization (WMO); 2006. 26 p. ilus. (WMO, 1006).
Idioma: En.
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Id: 16357
Autor: Kinnane, Michael.
Título: Queensland's all-hazard approach
Fonte: Crisis Response Journal;1(3):42-5, 2005. ilus.
Idioma: En.
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Id: 16039
Autor: Metcalfe, Andrews.
Título: Counter-terrorism in Australian
Fonte: The Australian Journal of Emergency Management (EMA);20(2):2-3, May. 2005. ilus.
Idioma: En.
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Id: 15875
Autor: Abrahams, Jonathan.
Título: Conference report : Reflections on safer and sustainable communities 2003 disasters conference
Fonte: The Australian Journal of Emergency Management;19(1):34-44, Mar. 2004. ilus.
Idioma: En.
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Id: 15873
Autor: Dovers, Stephen.
Título: Sustainability and disaster management
Fonte: The Australian Journal of Emergency Management;19(1):21-5, Mar. 2004. ilus.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: Sustainability is a recent, integrative policy agenda often treated as unrelated to disaster management. This paper argues that not only are the two domains related, but are closely connected in terms of substantive issues and of underlying research and policy challenges. The paper examines shared attributes of problems in sustainability and disaster management, and identifies common challenges including: uncertainty; community engagement; integration of social, environmental and economic policy; inter-governmental and-inter-agency coordination; coping with public sector change; broader and deeper spatial and temporal scales; separation of public-private costs and benefits; and enhancing interdisciplinary R&D. The paper recommends closer substantive, R&D and policy linkages between the two fields, informed by an appreciation of where each has engaged in policy experiments that may yield lessons for the other. (AU)
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Id: 15871
Autor: Newman, Moya; Smith, Scott Andrew.
Título: Integration of emergency risk management into west australian indigenous communities
Fonte: The Australian Journal of Emergency Management;19(1):10-5, Mar. 2004. ilus.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: The Fire and Emergency Services Authority of Western Australia (FESA) has developed a framework to coordinate the introduction of the emergency risk management process into West Australian Indigenous communities. The Framework evolved from an original project originally funded by the EMA Projects Program in 2000. The draft FESA Framework was distributed to key FESA Directors for consideration as it is not intended to replace or halt existing initiatives, rather to enhance their effectiveness and to consolidate the efforts of the various FESA divisions to ensure a common and economically sound outcome. The first project focused on the development of a training program that was culturally appropriate and effective for use with indigenous communities irrespective of their location within Western Australia. The Framework includes a strategic overview, roles and responsibilities, outcomes and evaluation strategies. The Framework was developed to be consistent with FESA's values while acknowledging the specific cultural needs of West Australian indigenous communities. (AU)
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Id: 15252
Autor: McDougall, Allan.
Título: National Earthquake Conference in Adelaide
Fonte: The Australian Journal of Emergency Management;18(1):48-54, Feb. 2003. ilus.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: For some time it has been recognised that in terms of earthquake risk, many key stakeholders have been functioning in discrete "silos" Recognising the need for a collaborative approach to earthquake risk, and acting under the aegis of the Australian Earthquake Engineering Society, Profesor Mike Griffith, Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Adelaide University, headed up a team to plan for a two - day conference that was held at the University Adelaide on 17th and 18th Octover 2002. (AU)
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Id: 14854
Autor: Fahey, Chistine.
Título: Training can be a recruitment and retention tool for emergency service volunteers
Fonte: The Australian Journal of Emergency Management;17(3):3-7, Nov. 2002.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: This paper reports the training findings of a larger study of Tasmania's Volunteer Ambulance Officers, the first-line response to medical emergencies in rural and remote areas. They are dwindling resource in an insolated statewith a great need for such services due to its large rural population and numerous tourists. The project surveyed all Tasmanian Volunteer Ambulance Officers and the conduced 10 focus groups. We found that training is important to VAO. It is not a disincentive. If done well, training will be a strategi recruitment and retention tool and will help to stabilise Tasmania's emergency rural health workforce. This research has a wider application for emergency services as they undergo similar changes and pressures related to training volunteers. (AU)
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Id: 14852
Autor: Pisaniello, John D.; McKay, Jannifer M.; Reedman, Greg; Sephenson, Mike.
Título: Effectively involving an Australian rural community in a risk management process : A 'comunity partnerships' approach
Fonte: The Australian Journal of Emergency Management;17(2):30-9, Aug. 2002.
Idioma: En.
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Id: 14848
Autor: Australia. Public Affairs Unit of the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID).
Título: Australian Aid : Making a difference in times of disaster
Fonte: The Australian Journal of Emergency Management;17(2):4-9, 55-57, Aug. 2002.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: Disasters can occur anywhere, anytime. They may be in the form of natural event such as cyclone or an earthquake or as a man-made phenomenon. In the case of a natural event, often there is no warning. Loss of life is almost inevitable and the social and economic costs can be heavy. Some nations are better equipped to manage disaster than others. The reasons are varied. Factors such as political and economic stability, sophisticated technology and informed and educated public can combine to avert disasters or limit the damage caused by them. This paper outlines how the Australian Government, through its overseas aid agency AusAid, has responded to disasters in different parts of the world, drawing on expertise of its own staff, of other government agencies and of non-government organizations
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