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2018

05/12/2018

The first three years of the HKJCDPRI establishment project has started a journey of achieving our ultimate goal as fostering Hong Kong as a prepared community to disasters. We built a learning platform for the Hong Kong community and the path has gained its momentum.

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24/11/2018

The HKJCDPRI launched its annual multi-media competition, the 2018 Photo Essay Contest, supported by Hong Kong Documentary Initiative and Hong Kong Press Photographers Association, from 1 – 31 October 2018. Under the theme “I Was There”, we encouraged participants to revisit and collect...Read More

23/11/2018

雖然颱風季節已過,然而經歷過「山竹」吹襲的香港人怎能鬆懈?我們發現保護大廈的玻璃窗戶、電力不穩以及保護汽車免受洪水浸壞,成為大多香港人的防災重點。將來市民面對的颱風可能愈來愈強,大家必須汲取經驗,未雨綢繆持續學習。

香港賽馬會災難防護應變教研中心,邀請已退休的理大前機械工程學系工程師盧覺強,在一連三集的短片中與大家分享在保護窗戶、電力不穩以及汽車保護方面的重要知識。

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22/11/2018

Health system strengthening can promote resilience and efficient recovery in disasters. This course will introduce important frameworks and responses of the health system that guide managing disaster. Participants will learn about the building blocks and key components of the health system....Read More

07/11/2018

超強颱風山竹襲港迄今超過1個月,街道上還殘留山竹帶來的瘡痍景致,香港賽馬會災難防護應變教研中心在山竹襲港後即時委託香港大學民意調查計劃,就「公眾對防風措施的認知及意見」進行一項簡短調查,並於今天公佈調查結果。

調查發現,有近一半受訪者(45%)在山竹襲港時,用膠紙貼窗以防玻璃爆裂,這是市民主要的防風準備。只有極少數在風災期間有作停電(1%)和停水(2%)的準備,而逾三成半受訪者(36%)表示完全沒為風災作任何準備;調查又發現有超過一半受訪者(55%)認為容易找到防災準備的資訊,包括從報章或社交平台得來的資訊。

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30/10/2018

A FREE short course “Food Security: Local and Global Perspectives” (7 Jan – 11 Mar 2019) organised by Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care, the Collaborating Centre for Oxford University and CUHK for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC) of the...Read More

30/10/2018

On 8 – 12 October 2018, the overseas training fellowship programme “Crisis and Emergency Management Course” organised by Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI) in collaboration with the Operational Command Training Organisation (OCTO) took place in...Read More

29/10/2018

Partnering with the Hong Kong College of Community Medicine, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI) supported the development of leadership training for healthcare professionals.

 

Various workshop on disaster management has been...Read More

29/10/2018

Partnering with the Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI) supported the development of leadership training for healthcare professionals.

 

The Fundamental Disaster Response Course is organized by...Read More

03/10/2018

Chemical agents, being at the core of modern industrial systems, has attained a very serious concern for disaster management within the government and community. Chemicals such as chlorine, which was used during World War I as chemical weapons — is also a key ingredient in numerous commercial...Read More

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