District Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)

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District Disaster ManagementPlan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)Prepared ByChirag JainDoMS, IIT-MadrasIn Consultation withSchool of Good Governance & Policy Analysis&Seeds Technical Services

AcknowledgmentI express my sincere and heartfelt gratitude to School of Good Governance & Policy Analysis, Bhopal, for givingthe opportunity to take this unique experience of developing the District Disaster Management Plan for the Seonidistrict.I would also like to thank the administrative department of Seoni – Mr Ajeet Kumar (Collector), Mr B.S. Kulesh(ADM) and Mr Abhijeet Aggarwal (Deputy Collector) for their kind support. Special thanks to Mr SanketBhondve (CEO, Jila Panchayat), whose continuous support made this project possible. I would also like to thankMr. B.S. Markam (Dist. Commandant, Home Guard) and the whole Home Guard Dept. for making my stay inSeoni comfortable. I would like to thank all the line departments for cooperating and providing me with thenecessary data.I would like to extend my gratitude towards Mr Gaurav Khare, Project Officer, SGGPA, Bhopal for his kind helpand undying support.I would also thank SEEDS Technical Team – Mr Amit Tuteja and Mr Sunish Jose for providing me with allpossible resources, guidance and support during the course of my study.Finally, I thank all those who supported me directly or indirectly and which has left an everlasting memory in mymind.Chirag JainDistrict Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)2

PrefaceDistrict Disaster Management Plan, Seoni is a part of multi-level planning advocated by the Madhya Pradesh StateDisaster Management Authority (MPSDMA) under DM Act of 2005 to help the District administration for effectiveresponse during the disaster. Seoni is prone to natural as well as man-made disasters. Earthquake, Drought,Epidemic (Malaria) are the major Natural Hazards and forest fire, rail/ road accidents etc. are the main man-madedisaster of the district.The Disaster Management plan includes facts and figures those have been collected from various departments. Thisplan is first attempt of the district administration and is a comprehensive document which contains various chaptersand each chapter has its own importance. The plan consist Hazard & Risk Assessment, Institutional Mechanism,Response Mechanism, Standard Operating Procedure, inventory of Resources etc. Hazard & Risk Assessment isdone on the basis of past thirty year disaster data & is collected from all departments.It is suggested that the District level officials of different department will carefully go through the plan and if haveany suggestions & comments be free to convey the same so that same can be included in the next edition.It is hoped that the plan would provide concrete guidelines towards preparedness and quick response in case of anyemergency and help in realizing sustainable Disaster Risk Reduction & mitigate/minimizes the losses in the districtin the long run.District Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)3

Abbreviations C: Degree CelsiusAPL: Above Poverty LineASHA: Accredited Social Health ActivistsBPL: Below Poverty LineCHC: Community Health CentreCMHO: Chief Medical & Health OfficerDCR: District Control RoomDDMA: District Disaster Management AuthorityDDMC: District Disaster Management CommitteeDDMO: District Disaster Management OfficerDEOC: District Emergency Operation CentreEOC: Emergency Operation CentreESF: Emergency Support FunctionsGP: Gram PanchayatIAP: Integrated Action PlanIAY: Indira Awaas YojanaICS: Incident Command SystemICT: Incident Control TeamsIDSC: Integrated Disease Surveillance CentreIDSP: Integrated Disease Surveillance ProjectISP: Internet Service ProviderJNNURM: Jawahar Lal National Urban Renewal MissionKms: Kilometersm: Metersmm: MillimetersNDCN: National Disaster Management CommunicationNetworkNREGS: National Rural Employment Guarantee SchemeNRHM: National Rural Health MissionPHC: Primary Health CentrePWD: Public Work DepartmentRD: Rural DevelopmentDistrict Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)4

SOP: Standard Operating ProcedureSq.: SquareSSA: Sarva Shiksha AbhiyaanUD: Urban DevelopmentDistrict Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)5

TablesTable 1. Location and administrative divisions .13Table 2. Geography and Topography.15Table 3. Demographic and socio economics .15Table 4. Climate and weather.16Table 5. Health (Medical) .17Table 6. Education .18Table 7. Agriculture and Land use .19Table 8. Housing Pattern .20Table 10. Transport and Communication Network.21Table 11. Power stations and Electricity Installations .22Table 12. Major historical, Religious places, Tourist spots .23Table 13. Present DDMA in Seoni .27Table 14. District Disaster Management Committee (DDMC) .28Table 15. Present Flood control room .29Table 16. Urban Area Disaster Management Committee .30Table 17. Block Level Disaster Management Committee .31Table 18. Gram Panchayat Disaster Management Committee.32Table 20. History of past disasters .37Table 21. Major applicable hazards .37Table 22. Flood Prone Villages .38Table 23. Seasonality of hazards .38Table 24. Applicable Hazards Block Wise .39Table 25. Blocks lying in specific hazard zones .39Table 26. Block wise vulnerability .41Table 27. Vulnerability With respect to Flood .44Table 28. Vulnerability With respect to Earthquake .45Table 29. Vulnerability With respect to Drought .45Table 30. Vulnerability With respect to Forest Fire.46Table 31. Vulnerability With respect to Hailstorm .46Table 32. Vulnerability With respect to Frost .47Table 33. Vulnerability Elements With respect to Stampede .47Table 34. Resource inventory .47Table 35. Potential impact of applicable hazards and existing vulnerabilities .49Table 36. Pre-Disaster Warning, Alerts .60Table 37. Initial Assessment Report (Format) .78Table 38. S&R Team Structure .80Table 39. Contact details of all the Medical Combat teams in Seoni .81District Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)6

FiguresFigure 1 Stages of Disaster Cycle .26Figure 2 District Disaster Information System .30Figure 3 primary ICS management functions.63Figure 4 ICS Hirearchy .66Figure 5 ICS Sections .70Figure 6 Proposed Crisis Management Structure.77Figure 7 Intra-District Coordination .117District Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)7

ContentsCERTIFICATE . ОШИБКА! ЗАКЛАДКА НЕ ОПРЕДЕЛЕНА.ACKNOWLEDGMENT . 2PREFACE . 3ABBREVIATIONS . 4TABLES . 6FIGURES . 7PART A. GENERAL . 12A1Overview . 13A 1.1 District Profile . 13A 1.1.1Location and administrative divisions .13A 1.1.2Geography and Topography .15A 1.1.3Demographic and socio economics .15A 1.1.4Climate and weather .16A 1.1.5Health (Medical) .17A 1.1.6Education .18A 1.1.7Agriculture and Land use .19A 1.1.8Housing Pattern .20A 1.1.9Industrial set ups .20A 1.1.10 Transport and Communication Network .211.1.11Power stations and Electricity Installations .22A 1.1.12 Major historical, Religious places, Tourist spots .23A 1.2Scope and Ownership of District Disaster Management Plan . 23A 1.3Purpose of the Plan . 24A 1.4Key Objectives . 24A 1.5District Plan Approach. 25District Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)8

A 2.Institutional Arrangements . 26A 2.1District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) . 27A.2.2District Disaster Management Committee (DDMC) . 28A 2.3District Emergency Operations Center (DEOC) / District Control Room (DCR) . 29A.2.4District Disaster Information System . 30A.2.5Urban Area Disaster Management Committee . 30A.2.6Block Level Disaster Management Committee . 31A.2.7Gram Panchayat Disaster Management Committee . 32PART B HAZARD, VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT AND RISK PROFILING (HVRC) . 34B 1.Hazard Assessment. 35B2Vulnerability Analysis . 40B 3.Capacity Analysis . 47B 4.Risks Assessment . 49B.4.1Potential impact of applicable hazards and existing vulnerabilities . 49B 4.2Risk profiling of the district . 50PART C . DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK . 54C1District Action Plans . 55C 1.1Mitigation Plan . 55C 1.1.1Scope of Integrating Risk Reduction in Development Schemes .55C 1.1.2Training & Capacity Building .57C 1.1.3Community Initiatives .58C 1.1.4Risk Management Funding .58C 1.2Preparedness Plan . 59C.1.2.1Preparedness before response .59C.1.2.2Pre-Disaster Warning, Alerts .60C.1.2.3Evacuation preparedness .61C.1.2.4Organizing mock drills .62C 1.3 Response Plan . 62C 1.3.1Incident Command System (ICS) .62C 1.3.2Crisis management direction & coordination .77C 1.3.3Disaster Emergency Response Force.77C 1.3.4Rapid damage assessment & reporting .78C 1.3.5Dist. Search & rescue Team .80District Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)9

C 1.3.6C 1.3.7C 1.3.8C 1.3.9C 1.3.10C 1.3.11C 1.3.12C 1.3.13C 1.3.14C 1.3.15C 1.3.16C 1.3.17C 1.3.18C 1.3.19C 1.3.20Medical response .81Logistic arrangements .82Communications .82Temporary shelter management .83Water and Sanitation (WATSAN) .83Law & order .84Public grievances/missing persons search/media management .85Animal care .85Management of deceased .85Civil Defense and Home Guards .86Role of Private Security .86NGOs & Voluntary organizations .86Relief management planning .87Media Management .89Fire Services .90C 1.4 Recovery and Reconstruction Plan . 91C 1.4.1Restoration of basic infrastructure .92C 1.4.2Reconstruction of damaged buildings/social infrastructure .92C 1.4.3Restoration of livelihoods .93C 1.4.4Psycho-social interventions .93C 1.5 Cross cutting elements . 94C 1.5.1Community Based Disaster Management .94C 1.5.2Needs of the Special vulnerability Groups .94C 1.5.3Addressing climate induced anthropogenic issues .95C2Standard Operating Procedures (and Checklists) . 96C 2.1 SOPs for all concerned Line Departments . 96C 2.1.1Revenue Department .96C 2.1.2Home Guards Department .98C 2.1.3Electricity Department (MPSEB) .99C 2.1.4Transport Department .100C 2.1.5Agriculture Department .101C 2.1.6Police Department .101C 2.1.6Health Department .102C 2.1.7Telephone Department .104C 2.1.8Food & Civil Supplies Department .105C 2.1.9Irrigation Department .106C 2.1.10 Mining and Industries Department .107C 2.1.11 Forest Department .108C 2.1.11 Municipal Board .109C3Financial Provisions for Disaster Management . 110C4Coordination mechanisms with other stakeholders . 111C 4.1Mapping of stakeholders in the District. 111C 4.1.1Public and Private sector .111C 4.1.2Non-Governmental Organizations and Community Based Organizations .111District Disaster Management Plan [DDMP], Seoni (M.P.)10

C 4.1.3C 4.1.4C 4.1.5C 4.2Religious Institutions .114Academic Institutions .114International Humanitarian Organizations .115Responsibilities of the stakeholders . 115C5Inter-District Coordination Mechanisms . 116C6Intra- District Coordination Mechanisms – [with Block Headquarters] . 116C7Dissemination of DM Plan . 117C 7.1 Plan Evaluation . 118C 7.2 Plan Update . 118C8Annexure .

District Disaster Management Plan, Seoni is a part of multi-level planning advocated by the Madhya Pradesh State Disaster Management Authority (MPSDMA) under DM Act of 2005 to help the District administration for effective response during the disaster. Seoni is prone to natural as well as man-made disasters.

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