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出版物 & 研究

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出版物 & 研究

香港賽馬會災難防護應變教研中心的出版物涵蓋了教研中心跟合作夥伴、顯赫學術機構的研究項目,以及有關災難防護和應變的其他研究與開發。

指引列出了教研中心特別揀選的災難管理技術資訊、操作指引和有用工具。

博客提供了一個平台,讓持份者能分享與災難有關的最新動態、意見及經驗分享。

 

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2019

23/12/2019

[中文翻譯版本即將推出]

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  The first World Disaster Report​ was published in 1993 with the aims of bringing up the latest trends, facts and anlysis of comtemporary disasters and the impact of disasters on vulnerable people in the globe. It is convened by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) annually to bring together researchers, humanitarian workers and various experts to highlight the most imperative emerging issues as a key reference document for disaster management practitioners.  
07/12/2019

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Early warning (EW) is “the provision of timely and effective information, through identified institutions, which allows individuals exposed to hazard to take action to avoid or reduce their risk and prepare for effective response” according to United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR), 2006...
28/11/2019
《模擬演練指引》(公眾諮詢版本)由聯合國減少災害風險辦公室出版,目標對象以災害應急管理事務經理、相關政府部門及其他負責籌劃防災演練的人員為主。指引主要共有三個部分,分別為:「模擬演練基本資料」、「模擬演練程序」,當中包括計劃、設計、執行和演練後匯報以及「現行指引」。   「現行指引」的章節更推薦模擬演練指導文件供延伸閱讀,當中包括由世界衛生組織、瑞典民事災難事故管理局、新西蘭政府等出版的讀物。   該指引屬聯合國減少災害風險辦公室《模擬演練指引》系列中的一部份,内容是有關推行「仙台減災綱領」第四項重點— 提高防災能力以作出有效應對。現時的指引為公眾諮詢版本是經過漫長而審慎的起草、諮詢和檢閱過程後制訂。公眾可於2019年12月14日或之前到PreventionWeb瀏覽指引。如欲了解更多,請瀏覽公眾諮詢頁面。
30/10/2019

[This article is only available in Chinese.]

[This article is only available in Chinese.]

Natural hazards have direct and indirect health impacts. Apart from physical and mental trauma, other health impacts include malnutrition, disrupted disease treatment plans, and risk of infectious diseases. Health impacts may be mitigated through health-related emergency and disaster risk management (Health-EDRM). They are systematic analysis and management of health risks through the reduction of hazards and vulnerability in all stages of the disaster management cycle, from prevention/mitigation, preparedness, response to recovery (Lo et al., 2017; World Health Organization [WHO], 2019).

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