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  • Disaster Management Emergency, Evacuation, Escape, Rescue and Vulnerability Assessment:  Volume - 2

CHAPTER – 12 : SAFETY IN THE MINING INDUSTRY AND THE MINING ACCIDENTS. CHAPTER – 13 : WHY PLANS NEVER GO ACCORDING TO PLAN: THE CASE OF AUSTRALIAN BUSHFIRES. CHAPTER – 14 : TACTICAL AND OPERATIONAL RESPONSE TO MAJOR INCIDENTS: USE OF VIRTUAL WORLD SCENARIOS. CHAPTER – 15 : MAPPING HUMAN VULNERABILITY TO CHEMICAL ACCIDENTS IN THE VICINITY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY PARKS. CHAPTER – 16 : ISSUES OF VULNERABILITY IN A DISASTER. CHAPTER – 17 : UNDERSTANDING THE ROLES OF HUMAN FACTORS AND RELIABILITY IN ACCIDENT AND DISASTER PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT. CHAPTER – 18 : DISASTER EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY LEVEL. CHAPTER – 19 : SHORT DISCUSSIONS. Topic 1: Modeling emergency evacuation for major hazard industrial sites. Topic-2 : The epidemiology of mine accidents in China. Topic 3: The impact of rescue devices on survival: The Results of Avalanche Studies. Topic 4 : The role of bystanders during rescue and resuscitation of drowning victims. Topic-5 : Rescue of a patient out of a grain container: the quicksand effect of grain.CHAPTER – 20 : HURRICANE EVACUATION: PLANNING ASPECTS.

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Disaster Management Emergency, Evacuation, Escape, Rescue and Vulnerability Assessment: Volume - 2

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