How-To Video [Copia]

How-To Video [Copia]

Published on 15 June 2022
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Transcript
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4 STEPS TO
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Emergency Management with/without Persons with Disabilities
00:06
Step 1: Risk minimisation
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IN GENERAL 1. Potential risks should be clearly identified according to disaster types 2. Corresponding risk minimisation strategies should be prepared and shared with related agencies
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Step 2: PREPAREDNESS
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IN GENERAL Emergency health bag (to survive for 72 hours) Mapping actions to contact families Pre-definition of appropriate and accessible protocols First aid techniques for people with/without disability Panic management techniques and psychoeducation. Guidance accessible exits and routes Adaptation of the environment to reduce damage
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HEARING IMPAIRMENT 1. Adapt the environment with signage, pictograms, tactile materials, visual and coloured lighting. VISUAL IMPAIRMENT 1. Work on anticipation and carry out drills, so that they recognize the evacuation zone and the arrival at the evacuation point with as few problems as possible. 2. Auditory (audio) and tactile (relief maps) resources
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Step 3. Response
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IN GENERAL 1. Call for help on 112 (in Europe) and provide information 2. Alert people in the vicinity immediately 3. Early psychological intervention and accompaniment 4. Priorisation of medical care 4. Grouping of those involved according to priority 5. Non-invasive intervention 6. Stay away from the media 7. Help with emotional and stress management for PwDs 8. Establish a base point or safe point and guide them
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HEARING IMPAIRMENT 1. Accompany to the base point by means of signs, pictograms and lights. 2. A common dialect for sign language. VISUAL IMPAIRMENT 1. Direct accompaniment to the base point or by sound signals.
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Step 4. RECOVERY
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IN GENERAL 1. Definition of principles, objectives and lines of action for implementation. This would be done together with specialists in people with disabilities and accessibility. 2. Identification of funding for infrastructure recovery, relocation of affected persons, mental health care, etc. 3. Re-establishment of means of production and sources of employment. Also employment of people with disabilities. 4. Carrying out regular family/individual follow-up reports
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