Catálogo de la Red de Centros de Documentación del SINA

1. Iglesia frente a las emergencias : by Buitrago Trujillo, Samuel S. Publication: Availability: Copies available: Unidad de Gestión del Riesgo (1), Actions: No cover image available
2. Comportamiento de hospitales en Costa Rica durante los sismos de 1990 by Cruz Azofeifa, Miguel F. Publication: Availability: Copies available: Unidad de Gestión del Riesgo (1), Actions: No cover image available
3. ll Congreso Internacional sobre Desastres. Programa-resúmenes (1989 Jul 04-07 :   Publication: Availability: Copies available: Unidad de Gestión del Riesgo (1), Actions: No cover image available
4. Guía para la prevención y atención de emergencias locales   Publication: Availability: Copies available: Unidad de Gestión del Riesgo (1), Actions: No cover image available
5. Iglesia frente a las emergencias : by Buitrago Trujillo, Samuel S. Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
6. Comportamiento de hospitales en Costa Rica durante los sismos de 1990 by Cruz Azofeifa, Miguel F. Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
7. ll Congreso Internacional sobre Desastres. Programa-resúmenes (1989 Jul 04-07 :   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
8. Guía para la prevención y atención de emergencias locales   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
9. Aproximación a los desastres má s comunes   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
10. situation d'urgence non nucleaire :   Publication: , The sudden resumption of seismic activity by the volcano La Soufriére in the island of Guadeloupe (French Antilles)towards the end of 1975 force the local authorities to bring their emergency rescue plans up to date and to prepare, in co-operation with the Directorate of Public Safety in Paris, all the measures needed to safeguard the population in the event of an eruption. This volcano poses a direct threat to a population of about 75.000, with 14 hospitals or clinics located in the towns and villages on the mountain's slopes or at the scaside between 1 and 10 kilometres from the summit. Evacuation operations, which have to be carried out with spped and precision, are bound to be additionally complicated by the inevitable concentration of all traffic on the single coastal road running round the island. After giving a summary description of the situation, of the main problems confronted and the assumptions made in drawing up plans, this paper recalls the broad scheme adopted in planning and organizing the evacuation of the population from the danger zones to protected zones, as well as their reception and theshelter provided for them in the latter. A second section deals with the actual evacuation procedure adopted at the time of the first alert on 8 july 1976, affecting 35.000 persons, and at the time of the second alert in mid-august 1976 when 73.000 persons were involved. Finally, it indicates the lessons drawn from all these operations, especially as regards preliminary planning, rapid mobilization of reinforcements, the organization of command, and the problem of alerting the population and providing adequate information to the public before and during the actual evacuation (AU). / GUADALUPE Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
11. Iglesia frente a las emergencias : by Buitrago Trujillo, Samuel S. Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
12. Comportamiento de hospitales en Costa Rica durante los sismos de 1990 by Cruz Azofeifa, Miguel F. Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
13. ll Congreso Internacional sobre Desastres. Programa-resúmenes (1989 Jul 04-07 :   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
14. Guía para la prevención y atención de emergencias locales   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
15. Aproximación a los desastres má s comunes   Publication: Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
16. situation d'urgence non nucleaire :   Publication: , The sudden resumption of seismic activity by the volcano La Soufriére in the island of Guadeloupe (French Antilles)towards the end of 1975 force the local authorities to bring their emergency rescue plans up to date and to prepare, in co-operation with the Directorate of Public Safety in Paris, all the measures needed to safeguard the population in the event of an eruption. This volcano poses a direct threat to a population of about 75.000, with 14 hospitals or clinics located in the towns and villages on the mountain's slopes or at the scaside between 1 and 10 kilometres from the summit. Evacuation operations, which have to be carried out with spped and precision, are bound to be additionally complicated by the inevitable concentration of all traffic on the single coastal road running round the island. After giving a summary description of the situation, of the main problems confronted and the assumptions made in drawing up plans, this paper recalls the broad scheme adopted in planning and organizing the evacuation of the population from the danger zones to protected zones, as well as their reception and theshelter provided for them in the latter. A second section deals with the actual evacuation procedure adopted at the time of the first alert on 8 july 1976, affecting 35.000 persons, and at the time of the second alert in mid-august 1976 when 73.000 persons were involved. Finally, it indicates the lessons drawn from all these operations, especially as regards preliminary planning, rapid mobilization of reinforcements, the organization of command, and the problem of alerting the population and providing adequate information to the public before and during the actual evacuation (AU). / GUADALUPE Availability: No items available: Actions: No cover image available
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