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Disaster Management Process with Case Study
It left over , people dead and more than one million people homeless. More than three million were affected in some way. The earthquake also caused a massive dislocation of communities. Radio and TV broadcasts, posters, leaflet distribution, loudspeaker trucks and face-to-face discussions were all used. However, it was quickly realised that more was needed. Mobile technology seemed the obvious answer as a high proportion of Haitians own mobile phones.
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The response to September 11: a disaster case study
Virgin Islands, Global Guardian deployed a team of ten operators — including two medics and one pilot — to Puerto Rico to support clients on St. Thomas and St. By mission end, Global Guardian evacuated over 1, individuals to safety in Puerto Rico and flew them to mainland United States. Again, Global Guardian secured and conducted a damage assessment of major industrial sites after they suffered a direct hit from the eye of Maria and were abandoned by all staff. The medical team treated a range of patient symptoms, including bone fractures, dehydration, illness, lacerations, and moderate scrapes and bruises.
This lesson has addressed the key components of ethical principles in crisis communication, including the ethical principles of responsibility, accountability, and humanistic care. The case of BP oil spill in provides an important example for understanding how these principles are valued by public opinion in a crisis situation, and how the communication actions by a corporation in this type of circumstances might have long-term effect on the brand image of the organization. For 87 straight days, oil and methane gas spewed from an uncapped wellhead, 1 mile below the surface of the ocean. The federal government estimated 4. BP executives declared it was not their accident, blamed their contractors and made the company look arrogant and callous.