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Ghaziabad CITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN
District Disaster Management Authority
Ghaziabad District Administration, Collectorate Ghaziabad,
Tel. No. 0120- 2824416, 2820106, 2822901, 2822902,
Fax: 0120-2828798, Web: www.ghaziabad.nic.in
GOI-UNDP Urban Risk Reduction Project
Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
FORWORD
The City Disaster Management Plan (CDMP) outlining the measures to be taken in
the event of any natural or man-made disaster during the year 2011-2012 has
been prepared on the basis of past experiences. The CDMP includes the facts
and figures those have been collected from various sources with a view to meet
the challenges during any Natural Disaster, while formulating the City Disaster
Management Plan, instruction of Relief Commissioner, and also valuable
suggestions of District Disaster Management Committee, have been taken into
account.
The plan is prepared to help the District Administration focus quickly on the
essentials and crucial aspects of both preparedness and response. The plan
deals with Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis, Identification of Disaster
Prone Areas, Response Structures, Inventory of Resources, Standard Operating
Procedures, Directory of Institutions and key individuals etc.
It is suggested that the District Level Officials who are in-charge of different
departments will carefully go through the CDMP and remain alert to effectively
countenance any emergent situations that may arise at any point of time. The
CDMP is desired to serve as a useful handbook of operational guidelines for all
concerned officials of the district, It is expected that District level Officials working
in Ghaziabad District in different Departments will thoroughly acquaint
themselves with these guidelines and also with the relevant provisions of Relief
Code and CRF Guide Line.
(Shashi Bhushan Lal Sushil)
District Magistrate
Ghaziabad
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Preface
Ghaziabad is under seismic zone IV so that it is highly vulnerable according to
Earthquake, besides Earthquake Ghaziabad district is vulnerable towards natural
and manmade calamities like, Floods, Droughts, Wind Storms, Sunstroke, Cold
Wave, Fire Accidents and Chemical and Biological threats.
Disaster management plan is an integral part of any development
activities and its need in multi-hazard-prone urban cities has always been
recognized as that of prime importance.
In view of the potential hazards associated with the Ghaziabad city,
District Administration has prepared a City Disaster Management Plan under the
Govt. of India – UNDP, Urban Risk Reduction Project to deal with different hazards
in an organized multidisciplinary approach involving all line departments and
many agencies. I would like to thank all the stakeholders for their initiative efforts
to prepare the plan. This City Disaster Management Plan will be updated every 6
month accor
(Manoj Kumar Singh)
Project Support Associate
URR Project, Ghaziabad
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
(Shiwakant Dwivedi)
ADM (F&R)
Ghaziabad
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CONTENTS
Chapter-I
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Executive Summary
Assumption
Concept of Operation
Disaster Management Cycle
Organization and assignment of responsibilities
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Chapter-II
MULTIHAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Rationale of CDMP
Objective
Perspective
Methodology of Plan Development
Strategy
Role of District Administration
Who formulates and carries out Plant
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Chapter-III
District Profile of Ghaziabad
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.3.7
3.3.8
3.3.9
3.3.10
Overview
History of Ghaziabad
Geographical Location
Population, Area and Literacy
Climatic Condition
Topography, Soil and Geology
Economic Development
Land Use
Land Use Analysis
Urban Economy
Urban development
Sub- Division of Ghaziabad
Basic Statistics
Population
Population Pertaining to Block and Urban Area
Climate and Boundaries
Boundaries
Medical and Health
Education
Animal Husbandry
Irrigation
Drinking Water Sources
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3.3.11 Industrial at Ghaziabad
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Chapter-IV
RISK / HAZARD ANALYSIS
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6.
4.6.1
4.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.7.3
4.7.4
4.7.5
4.8
4.9
Classification of Hazard
Hazard Profile of Uttar Pradesh
Hazard Vulnerability of Uttar Pradesh
Hazard profile of Ghaziabad
Potential Hazard likes in Ghaziabad
History of Previous Disaster
Earthquake felt in Ghaziabad and NCR Region in last 5 Years
Hazard Analysis of Ghaziabad City
Earthquakes
Flood and Water Logging
Fire
Industrial Hazard
Epidemics Hazard
Probability Period / Seasonality of Disasters
Risk Assessment
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Chapter-V
Institute Arrangements
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
Disaster Management Committee
City Disaster Management Committee
Responsibilities of Committee
Roles and Responsibility of Disaster Management Committee
Working Group No. 1 (Non- Technical)
Working Group No. 2 (Technical)
First Responder
District Police
Fire Department
Civil Defence
Chapter-VI
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Emergency Response Plan
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
Introduction
Methodology of Response Plan
Response Levels
Response Plan
Incident Command Systems (ICSs)
Emergency Support Functios (ESFs)
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6.3.4 Primary and Secondry Agencies
6.3.5 Situation Reports
6.3.6 Quik Response Teams (QRTs)
6.3.7 Emergency Operation Centre (EOCs)
6.4
Operational Coordination Structure
6.4.1 Trigger Machanism
6.5
Activation of Incident Command System
6.5.1 Responsibilities of Incident Management Team
6.6
Emergenct Support Function Plan
6.6.1 Need of ESFs Plan
6.6.2 ESF Organizational Setup and Inter Relationship
6.6.3 Struture of ESFs
6.6.3.1 ESF#1: Coordination
6.6.3.2 ESF#2: Communication
6.6.3.3 ESF#3: Emergency Public Information, Help Line and Warning
6.6.3.4 ESF#4: Search and Rescue
6.6.3.5 ESF#5: Evacuation
6.6.3.6 ESF#6: Emergency Medical Response
6.6.3.7 ESF#7: Relief
6.6.3.8 ESF#8: Water and Electricity
6.6.3.9 ESF#9: Debris Clearance
6.6.3.10 ESF#10: Law and Order
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Chapter-VII
Response Function
7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.5.1
7.5.2
7.5.3
7.5.4
7.5.5
7.5.6
7.5.7
7.5.8
7.6
7.6.1
Response Function
Early Warning
District Magistrate’s Coordination with Early Warning Agencies
General Instructions about Warning
Warnings for Fire
Warnings for Civil Disturbance
Warnings for Earthquakes and Floods
Urban Search and Rescue
Search and Rescue
Evacuation
Factors to be considered for Evacuation
Emergency Conditions for Evacuation
Developping an Evacuation Plan
Operational Instructions for Evacuation
Family Preparedness for Evacuation
Necessary Precautions at family Level
Medical Arrangements and Moss Care
General Instructions
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7.6.2
7.6.3
7.7
7.7.1
7.7.2
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Impact of Chemical Hazards and Bio Terrorism
Protocol for Medical care
Damage Assessment
Damage at Individual and Household Levels
Damage Assessment Mathodology
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Chapter-VIII
Contingency Plan
8.1
Earthquake Contingency Plan 2011-2012
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8.1.1 Earthquake Response, Recovery and Mitigation
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8.1.2 Real Time Information on Important Physical details of the EQ
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8.1.3 Earthquake Information
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8.1.4 Primary Responders and Supportive Service
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8.1.5 Earthquake Response
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8.1.5.1 Deployment of Search and Rescue Teams
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8.1.5.2 Emergency Relief, Medical Assistance and Disposal of Dead Bodies 140
8.1.5.3 Inspections of Buildings
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8.1.5.4 Earthquake Needs
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8.1.5.5 Assessment: Flood, Drinking Water and Temporary Shelters
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8.1.5.6 Earthquake Damage Assessment
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8.1.5.7 Earthquake Recovery, Rehablitation and Mitigation
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8.1.6 Non Structurall Mitigation Plan
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8.1.6.1 Preparedness Methodology
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8.1.6.2 Sensitization / Awareness Campaign
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8.1.6.3 Training and Capacity Building
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8.1.6.4 Disaster Management Planining
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8.1.6.5 Disaster Resource Inventory
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8.1.6.6 Enforcing Existing Codes & Laws
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8.1.7 Structural Mitigation Measures
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8.1.7.1 Retrofitting
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8.1.7.2 Earthquake Resistant Constructions
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8.1.8 Action points
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8.2
Flood Contingency Plan 2011-2012
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8.2.1 Flooding in Ghaziabad
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8.2.1.1 Early Warning System
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8.2.1.2 Primary Responder
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8.2.1.3 Supportive Agency
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8.2.2 Flood Preparedness
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8.2.2.1 Early Warning for Floods
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8.2.2.2 Activation of Key Facilities
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8.2.2.3 Evacuations
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8.2.2.4 Transit Shelters
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8.2.2.5 Development of Emergency Responders
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8.2.2.6 Protection of Canal and River Embankment
8.2.2.7 Operation of Siphons and Regulators
8.2.3 Flood Relief Operation
8.2.4 Flood Recovery and Rehablitation
8.2.5 Flood Mitigation
8.2.6 Action Points
8.3
Contingency Plan for Water Logging 2011-20121
8.3.1 Operation of Control Room
8.3.2 Deployment of Pumps
8.3.3 Health and Sanitation
8.4
Chemical Hazard Contingeny Plan 2011-2012
8.4.1 Chemical Hazard Response Plan
8.4.1.1 Operational Premises
8.4.1.2 Immidiate Response
8.4.1.3 Report Accidents
8.4.1.4 Notifications
8.4.1.5 Responsibilities of the Industrial Facility Management
8.4.1.6 The Information will relate to
8.4.1.7 Issue Alert
8.4.1.8 Setup an Incident Command
8.4.1.9 Coordination
8.4.2 Response
8.4.2.1 SecureInformation about the Chemical Emergency
8.4.2.2 Initial Isolation and Protective Action Distance
8.4.2.3 Initial Isolation Zone
8.4.2.4 Protective Action Zone
8.4.2.5 Protective Action Decision
8.4.2.6 Information the Community Level
8.4.2.7 Establish Communication with Agencies
8.4.2.8 Deploy Resources
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Chapter-IX
Standard Operating Procedure for Different Department
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
SOPs District Magistrate Responsibility
SOPs for Revenue Dept.
SOPs for Police
SOPs for Directorate of Factories
SOPs for Public Health Department
SOPs for Fire Services
SOPs for Civil Defence
SOPs for Irrigation Dept.
SOPs for Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam
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Chapter-X
Safety Measures
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
Earthquakes
Floods
Fire Hazard
Lighting and Thunderstorm
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Chapter-XI
Resource Inventory and Capability Analysis
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
11.9
11.10
11.11
11.12
11.13
11.14
11.15
11.16
11.17
11.18
11.19
11.20
11.21
11.22
11.23
11.24
11.25
11.26
11.27
11.28
11.29
11.30
11.31
Contact Details of NDMA
State Disaster Management Department, Uttar Pradesh
National Disaster Response Force (NDRF)
Nodal Ministries for Disaster
Public Represntatives
District Level Officials Contact Details
Police officers and police Station details
Fire Station and Fire Officers
Civil Defence Warden and Divisional Warden
Control Room Number for Emergency
Contact Details of Delhi Fire Services
Contact Details of Gautambudh Nagar Fire Services
Contact Details of Meerut district Fire Services
List of Municipal Councilors in Ghaziabad
List of Fire Fighter Volunteer
List of First Aid Volunteer
List of Hospital and Nursing Home
List of Blood Bank
List of Pathology
List of Ambulance Services
Service of Dead Bodies in Ghaziabad
Location of Helipad
List of NGOs in Ghaziabad
Overhead TankPostion in Ghaziabad City
Hydrant Point and their Lacation
List of Print and Electronic Media
Shelter and Stay Home Facilities in Ghaziabad City
Equipment Facilities in Govt. Hospital
Gas Agency and Petrol Pumps
Sub-Power Station
List of Ham Radio Operator
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List of School and Collages for Shelter Purpose
List of Pvt. Drinking Water Suppliers
List of Equipment and Emergency Facilities (IDRN)
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Chapter-XII
Annexure
Annexure 1 Mitigation Plan of Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam for Epidemics
Annexure 2 Proforma of First Information Report
Annexure 3 Proforma of Daily Disaster Report
Annexure 4 Proforma of Daily Relief Report
Annexure 5 Proforma of Report on details of Loss of life & Injuries
Annexure 6 Proforma of Loss Assessment of Damage of Houses
Annexure 7 Proforma of Loss Assessment of Instructure & Public Buildings
Annexure 8 Statement of Total Expenditure on Payment of Relief
Annexure 9 Proforma of Preliminary Report on the Disaster
Annexure 10 Proforma of Action Taken Report on Disaster
Annexure 11 Proforma of Daily Resource Requirements for Relief
Annexure 12 Check list
Annexure 13 Check list
Annexure 14 Check list
Annexure 15 District Level Information on Camp Site
Annexure 16 Proforma of Health Dept. Report
Annexure 17 Proforma of Health Dept. Report
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Abbreviations
ADM
BSNL
BDO
CBI
CDO
CID
CISF
CMO
CBDM
CBO
CBDP
CD & HG
CDMO
CMG
CP
CWC
CBRN
CCMNC
CCS
CD
CDRN
CEO
CM
CO
Com. /CUL
CPMFs
CRF
CS
Com. UL
CUL
DCR
DSO
DM
DCP
DCRF
DDMA
DDC
DDMP
DEOC
DIO
DMC
Additional District Magistrate
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
Block Development Officer
Central Bureau of Intelligence
Chief Development Officer
Crime Intelligence Department
Central Industrial Security Force
Chief Medical Officer
Community Based Disaster Management
Community Based Organizations
Community Based Disaster Preparedness
Civil Defence and Home Guards
Chief District Medical Officer
Crisis Management Group
Commissioner of Police
Central Water Commission
Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear
Cabinet Committee on Management of Natural Calamities
Cabinet Committee on Security
Civil Defence
Corporate Disaster Resource Network
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Minister
Circle Officer
Compensation/ Claims Unit Leader
Central Para Military Forces
Calamity Relief Fund
Chief Secretary
Communication Unit Leader
Cost Unit Leader
District Control Room
District Supply Officer
District Magistrate
Deputy Commissioner of Police
District Calamity Relief Fund
District Disaster Management Authority
District Development Committee
District Disaster Management Plan
District Emergency Operation Center
District Information Officer
Disaster Management Committee
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DMOB
DOCL
DPO
DRMP
DAE
DC
DFO
DIPRO
DRDA
DRO
DSS
DTO
DDMC
EMS
EOC
EQ
ESF
ETA
F & CS
FRT
FUL
GOI
GDA
GMC
GIS
GoI
GPS
GSU
GSUL
HazMat
HLC
HQ
ICS
IEMP
IMD
ICU
IOC
IAP
IC
ICP
IDRN
IEC
I&FC
IHBAS
IMT
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Demobilization Unit Leader
Documentation Unit Leader
District Project Officer
Disaster Risk Management Programme
Department of Atomic Energy
Deputy Commissioner
Divisional Forest Officer
District Information and Public Relations Officer
District Rural Development Agency
District Revenue Officer
Decision Support System
District Treasury Officer
District Disaster Management Committee
Emergency Medical Service
Emergency Operations Center
Earth Quake
Emergency Support Function
Expected Time of Arrival
Food and Civil Supplies
Field Response Teams
Food Unit Leader
Government of India
Ghaziabad Development Authority
Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation
Geographic Information System
Government of India
Global Positioning System
Ground Support Unit
Ground Support Unit Leader
Hazardous Material
High Level Committee
Headquarters
Incident Command System
Integrated Emergency Management Plan
Indian Meteorological Department
Intensive Care Unit
Indian Oil Corporation
Immediate Action Plan
Incident Commander
Incident Command Post
India Disaster Resource Network
Information, Education and Communication
Irrigation and Flood Control
Institute of Human Behaviors and Allied Science
Incident Management Teams
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INGO
IDKN
IDP
IMG
IMO
IRS
IRTs
ISS
LO
LS
LSC
LIU
LPG
MAH
MOU
MSIHC
Rules
M&CW
MHA
MLA
MLO
MTA
NCC
NCMC
NDMA
NEOC
NGO
NIC
NO
NRP
NSS
NYK
NAC
NCCF
NDRF
NEC
NIDM
NYKS
ORS
OEOC
OS
OSC
PCR
PWD
PLA
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International Non- Governmental Organizations
India Disaster Knowledge Network
Incident Demobilization Plan
Inter Ministerial Group
Information and Media Officer
Incident Response System
Incident Response Teams
Incident Status Summary
Liaison Officer
Logistics Section
Logistics Section Chief
Local Intelligence Unit
Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Major Accident Hazard
Memorandum of Understanding
Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals
Mother and Child welfare
Ministry of Home Affairs
Member of Legislative Assembly
Motor Licensing Officer
Merchant Traders Associations
National Cadet Corps
National Crisis Management Committee
National Disaster Management Authority
National Emergency Operation Centre
Non Governmental Organizations
National Informatics Centre
Nodal Officer
National Response Plan
National Service Scheme
Nehru Yuva Kendra
Notified Area Committee
National Calamity Contingency Fund
National Disaster Response Force
National Executive Committee
National Institute of Disaster Management
Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan
Oral Rehydrated Solution
Onsite Emergency Operation Center
Operations Section
Operations Section Chief
Police Control Room
Public Works Department
Participatory Learning Appraisal
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PD
PHD
PRIs
PS
PSC
PUL
QRT
RAF
RCC
RESL
RWA
RB
RBD
RPUL
RTI
RUL
SATCOM
SDM
SP
S&R
STD
SEOC
SITL
SA
SAM
SBD
SDMA
SDO
SDRF
SEC
SO
SOPs
SUL
Sup.BD
TL
TB
TBD
TS
TUL
UN
UNDP
UC
ULBs
UPSEB
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Project Director
Public Health Department
Panchayati Raj Institutions
Planning Section
Planning Section Chief
Procurement Unit Leader
Quick Response Teams
Rapid Action Force
Reinforced Concrete Cement
Resources Unit Leader
Residents Welfare Associations
Response Branch
Response Branch Director
Resource Provisioning Unit Leader
Regional Training Institute
Resource Unit Leader
Satellite Communication
Sub-divisional Magistrate
Superintendent of Police
Search & Rescue
Subscriber Trunk Dialing
State Emergency Operation Center
Situation Unit Leader
Staging Area
Staging Area Manager
Service Branch Director
State Disaster Management Authority
Sub-Divisional Officer
State Disaster Response Force
State Executive Committee
Safety Officer
Standard Operating Procedures
Situation Unit Leader
Support Branch Director
Team Leader
Transportation Branch
Transportation Branch Director
Technical Specialist
Time Unit Leader
United Nations
United Nations Development Programme
Unified Command
Urban Local Bodies
Uttar Pradesh State Electricity Board
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UPSRTC
VHF
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Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation
Very High Frequency
Chapter-I
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Chapter- 1
1.1
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
India is a vast country and is
highly prone to multi disasters
such as
flood,
droughts,
cyclones and earthquakes. In
the meantime, India has
already
experienced
the
Tsunami and super cyclones of
Orissa,
the
devastating
earthquake
of
Gujarat,
unexpected flash floods in
Bihar
and
Mumbai.
Considering such situations,
Government of India has
already
passed
Disaster
Management Act on 23rd
December,
2005
in
the
Parliament. After this act,
disaster is no more confined to
any particular department
rather it is confined to all the
departments. This Act enables
the State Government to
develop management authority at the state level and make it more effective
and specific. According to a recent study, 65 % o f total Indian landmass is highly
prone to earth quake; where as 12 % is submerged under water annually, 16 % is
affected by draught, 8% is
affected due to Cyclone and 3%
is prone to Landslide (Ministry of
Home Affairs, 2004). The latter
alone cost about 40 million
hectors of landmass. Besides, an
8000-KM stretch of Indian coastal
line affects with the fury of
cyclone in two seasons. That is to
say eight per cent of the land is
disturbed
biannually
with
cyclones ranging from low
pressure to super cyclones, like
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the one, which perished decades of human efforts in Orissa coast in 1999. Now
the people of India especially the coastal folk are much appalled with a new
avatar of nature’s fury i.e. Tsunami. The unanswered question, today, is how to
tackle such disasters.
During an emergency or disaster, the District Administration will take immediate
and appropriate action to determine, direct, mobilize, and coordinate resource
needs. The District Administration will suspend or cancel normal operations and
redirect resources to save lives, relieve human suffering, sustain survivors, protect
property, and repair essential facilities.
The District Administration has designed, built, equipped, and staffed an
Emergency Operations Center (EOC) / District Control Room, from which all
emergency activities will be managed. The District Control Room / EOC will
communicate with the state EOC to ensure close cooperation in emergencies
and disasters.
1.2 Assumptions
The District Administration is primarily responsible for natural, technological,
human caused and biological emergency preparedness, but has a shared
responsibility with the State and the Central governments for national security
preparedness and for catastrophic hazards.
The probability of a terrorist related emergency or disaster leading to disaster
situation that would involve mass fatalities and casualties, major devastation and
disruption of vital services exists.
Disasters could, individually or in combination, cause a grave emergency
condition in any area of the district. It can vary in scope and intensity, from a
small local incident with minimal damage to a multi-district disaster with extensive
devastation and loss of life.
The actions of prevention, mitigation, preparedness, and response and recovery
operations are conducted by the District Administration. Local authorities will
exhaust their resources, and then use resources of other support agencies,
volunteer groups, the private sector, and / or neighboring districts.
State assistance will supplement District Administration efforts and central
assistance will supplement State and District Administration, when it is clearly
demonstrated that it is beyond local and State capability to cope with the
disaster situation.
1.3 Concept of Operations
The Disaster Management Plan is based on the premise that the Emergency
Support Functions (ESF) performed by the various agencies and organizations
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during emergency operations generally parallels their normal day-to-day
functions. The same personnel and material resources will be employed in both
cases. Day-to-day tasks and operations that do not contribute directly to the
emergency may be suspended or redirected for the duration of any emergency
or disaster, and efforts that would normally be assigned to those tasks will be
channeled toward emergency and disaster ESF as assigned.
1.4 Disaster Management Cycle:
Disaster management is a cycle in which relief is just a fetter for better
development. But at the same time it is to be remembered that none of these
steps in disaster management cycle are watertight compartments. If disasters
have been handled professionally with the perspective of a long term
development and sustainability, the quantity of relief required could be halved
drastically.
DISASTER MANAGEMENT CYCLE
DISASTER
Preparedness
Rescue/Relief
Mitigation
Rehabilitation
Development
Prevention
Reconstruction
Planning
1.5 Organization and assignment of responsibilities
The District Magistrate Ghaziabad (Incident Commander) has the overall
responsibility for disaster management in the District. In case of emergency
situation the Incident Commander activates the Incident Command System
(ICS). On activation of the ICS, based on the emergency situation the relevant
Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) will be utilized.
Since this City Disaster Management Plan (CDMP) is concerned with the many
hazards to which the district and the citizens may be exposed before, during and
after a disaster occurs, responsible authorities operate in accordance with the
five phases of disaster management:
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1.
Prevention – Preventive actions are taken to avoid an incident or to
intervene to stop an incident from occurring. Such actions are primarily
applicable to terrorist incidents. They may include the application of
intelligence and other information to a range of activities that may
include deterrence, heightened security for potential targets,
investigations to determine the nature and source of the threat, public
health surveillance and testing, disrupting illegal activities etc.
2.
Mitigation – Mitigation activities actually eliminate or reduce the
probability of disaster occurrence, or reduce the effects of unavoidable
disasters. Mitigation measures include building codes; hazard and
vulnerability analyses updates; zoning and land use management;
building use regulations and safety codes; preventive health care; and
public education.
Mitigation will depend on the incorporation of appropriate measures in
national and regional development planning. Its effectiveness will also
depend on the availability of information on hazards, emergency risks,
and the countermeasures to be taken. The mitigation phase, and indeed
the whole disaster management cycle, includes the shaping of public
policies and plans that either modify the causes of disasters or mitigate
their effects on people, property, and infrastructure.
3.
Preparedness –The goal of emergency preparedness programs is to
achieve a satisfactory level of readiness to respond to any emergency
situation through programs that strengthen the technical and managerial
capacity of governments, organizations, and communities. These
measures can be described as logistical readiness to deal with disasters
and can be enhanced by having response mechanisms and procedures,
rehearsals, developing long-term and short-term strategies, public
education and building early warning systems. Preparedness can also
take the form of ensuring that strategic reserves of food, equipment,
water, medicines and other essentials are maintained in cases of national
or local catastrophes.
During the preparedness phase, governments, organizations, and
individuals develop plans to save lives, minimize disaster damage, and
enhance disaster response operations. Preparedness measures include
preparedness plans; emergency exercises/training; warning systems;
emergency communications systems; evacuations plans and training;
resource inventories; emergency personnel/contact lists; mutual aid
agreements; and public information/education. As with mitigations efforts,
preparedness actions depend on the incorporation of appropriate
measures in national and regional development plans. In addition, their
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effectiveness depends on the availability of information on hazards,
emergency risks and the countermeasures to be taken, and on the
degree to which government agencies, non-governmental organizations
and the general public are able to make use of this information.
4.
Response – Response actions are taken before, during, or after a disaster
/disaster to save lives, minimize damages and enhance recovery
operations. Such measures include activation of:
Emergency operation centers/ control room, plans and procedures,
arrangements and agreements, the emergency alert system, public
warning, notification of public officials, provision of mass care, shelter,
search and rescue, and security.
The aim of emergency response is to provide immediate assistance to
maintain life, improve health and support the morale of the affected
population. Such assistance may range from providing specific but limited
aid, such as assisting refugees with transport, temporary shelter, and food,
to establishing semi-permanent settlement in camps and other locations. It
also may involve initial repairs to damaged infrastructure. The focus in the
response phase is on meeting the basic needs of the people until more
permanent and sustainable solutions can be found. Humanitarian
organizations are often strongly present in this phase of the disaster
management cycle.
5.
Recovery – As the emergency is brought under control, the affected
population is capable of undertaking a growing number of activities
aimed at restoring their lives and the infrastructure that supports them.
There is no distinct point at which immediate relief changes into recovery
and then into long-term sustainable development. There will be many
opportunities during the recovery period to enhance prevention and
increase preparedness, thus reducing vulnerability. Ideally, there should be
a smooth transition from recovery to on-going development.
Recovery activities continue until all systems return to normal or better.
Recovery measures, both short and long term, include returning vital lifesupport systems to minimum operating standards; temporary housing;
public information; health and safety education; reconstruction;
counselling programs; and economic impact studies. Information
resources and services include data collection related to rebuilding, and
documentation of lessons learned.
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Chapter-II
Multi Hazard Disaster Management Plan
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Chapter-2
MULTI-HAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN
2.1
Rational of City Disaster Management Plan (CDMP)
Vulnerability of the Ghaziabad District towards disasters, both natural and
man – made is widely recognized. The district is vulnerable towards natural and
manmade calamities like, Floods, Droughts, Earthquakes, Wind Storms, Sunstroke,
Heat & Cold Wave, Fire Accidents and Chemical and Biological etc. Losses
caused by disasters continue to mount year after year. The need for an effective
disaster management strategy to reduce the impact of disaster is very much
essential in many quarters and also strengthening of organizational structures for
disaster management. Along with, regular updating of Codes / Manual / Disaster
Plans on the basis of lessons learned and technological developments should be
made.
Precise actions, procedures and responsibilities have to be laid down well
in advance in order to ensure timely response in case of any disaster. Therefore, a
mechanism that takes into account multiple hazards and basic preparedness
has to be articulated in the form of Quick Response Teams, Quick Assessment
Teams, Reporting Procedures, Checklist and Handbooks. The mechanism also
lays down crucial parameters, requirements and organizational composition of
Emergency Operations Centers and Incident Command Systems.
2.2
Objective:
The objective behind the preparation of the CITY DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN
is:
• To mitigate impact of natural and man-made disasters through
preparedness at City and Urban Ward level.
• To provide effective support and resources to all the concerned
individuals, groups and departments in disaster.
• To assist the line departments, district administration, communities in
developing compatible skills for disaster preparedness and
management.
• To disseminate factual information in a timely, accurate and tactful
manner while maintaining necessary confidentiality.
• To develop immediate and long-term support plans for vulnerable
people in / during disasters.
• To create awareness among the people about hazard occurrence
and increase their participation in preparedness, prevention,
development, relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction process.
• To have response system in place to face any eventuality.
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To affect or elicit the least possible disruption to the normal life
process when dealing with individuals in disaster.
To ensure active participation by the Government Administration,
Communities, NGOs, CBOs and Volunteers / Ward Level Task Forces
at all levels making optional utilization of human and material
resources at the time of disaster.
2.3 PERSPECTIVE
A formal plan for managing disaster would include:
Pre planning a proper sequence of response actions
Allocation of responsibilities to the participant agencies
Developing codes and standards operating procedures for various
departments and relief agencies involved
Inventory of existing facilities and resources
Mechanism for effective management of resources
Coordination of all relief activities including those of NGOs to ensure a
coordinated and effective response
Coordinating with the state response machinery for appropriate Support
The City Disaster Management Plan (CDMP) has been envisaged as a
preparedness plan on the receipt of a warming of an impending disaster would
simultaneously energies and activates the mechanism for response and
mitigation without loss of crucial time. Identification of available resources
including manpower, material, equipment and adequate delegation of financial
and administrative powers are prerequisites for successful operation of the CDMP
The CDMP is in essence, the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in which
the implementation of efforts on ground is well laid down. Activities such as
Evacuation, Search & Rescue, Temporary Shelter, Food Drinking Water, Clothing,
Health and Sanitation are given prime importance. Communication accessibility
and public information, that are important components of disaster
management, would follow on the activation of the CDMP. These activities are
common to all types of disasters and require subdivision and preparation of sub
action plans by each field level officials. Each sub group has been requested to
work out the CDMP mechanism relevant to their group of disaster.
The CDMP requires the disaster managers to:
Evolve an effective signal / warning mechanism.
Identity activities and their levels.
Identity sub activities under each activity / level of activity.
Specify authorities for each level of activity and sub activity.
Determine the response time for each activity.
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Workout individual plans of each specified authority to achieve activation
as per the response time.
Have quick response terms for each specified authority.
Have alternative plans and contingency measures.
Provide appropriate administrative and financial delegation to make the
response mechanism functional viable.
Undergo preparedness drills.
2.4 METHODOLOGY OF PLAN DEVELOPMENT
Preparation of a multifaceted plan document is neither possible with a
single agency nor an individual. District has been taken various measures to
prepare this document and make it as perfect as possible. The major steps
involved in preparing the plan document include the following steps;
Data collection from all line departments,
Data analysis
Discussion with experts,
Referring national and international literatures
Preparation of action plans for departments
Preparing draft plan document,
Mock drill to check the viability and feasibility of implementation
methodology
Vide circulation for public and departmental comments and
Preparation of the final plan document
2.5 STRATEGY
The preparation of a Disaster Preparedness Plan involves the following steps:
S.No.
1
What is to be done
Who are to be involved
Review and Analysis ADM F&R, Nagar Ayukt,
Fire Officer, SDM, Deputy
Controller, Project
Support Associate UNDP,
RWAs, Community,
NGOs/CBOs, Ward level
workers
How it is to be done
•
•
•
•
2
Situation Analysis
ADM City, SP City, Fire
Officer, Deputy Controller
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Past history of disasters to
be discussed and
documented
Extent of severity and
damage to be recorded
The nature of the Warning
issued to be analyzed
The nature and extent of
the rescue and restoration
done, to be revisited
Mapping the geography
and topography of the
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Civil Defense, Civil
Defense Warden, RWAs,
community, NGOs/CBOs,
Community/ Ward level
workers
•
•
•
•
•
3
Hazard Analysis
-do-
•
•
4
Vulnerability
Assessment
-do-
•
•
•
•
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risk prone areas, Wardwise.
Demographic details to
be recorded
Mapping
of
the
habitation
in
the
concerned areas
The natural resources to
be marked on the maps
Listing all the livelihoods
and properties
The existing risk prone/
safe infrastructure to be
marked on the map
Identification
of
all
possible hazards in the
area based on past
experience and available
records
Identification of the most
vulnerable
areas with
relation to threat to life,
livelihoods and property
Locations
of
the
vulnerable areas are to
be mapped separately
Identification
of
the
vulnerable people such
as,
the
elderly,
the
disabled, children and
pregnant women, families
living in thatched houses,
etc.
Identification of property
or assets which are likely
to be affected, such as,
cattle
and
other
livestock’s,
kachcha
houses, weak structures,
etc.
Identification of weak
points on embankments,
Over Bridge, Transformer,
Water Tank, Mobile Tower,
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5
Opportunity
Analysis
-do-
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Partially or Fully Damage
House
or
Building,
Apartments, Low Land
Areas, Water Logging
Places, Fire Danger Zone
(if any)
Marking the drainage
system in the concerned
area
Identification
of
the
existing resources which
may help to reduce risks
to life and property
Identification of the High
raised platform, Open
Land area, Open Space,
Hydrant
point, safe
houses and hillocks for
shelter and storage
Listing
the
existing
shelters, if any
Identification
of
the
elevated and up-lands
which can act as natural
barriers
to
protect
livestock
Listing of the existing
health
and
sanitation
facilities
Identification
of
safe
routes for evacuation
Identification
of
the
sources of funds to carry
out the preparedness
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2.6 ROLE OF THE DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION
In anticipation of any disaster, the district administration has taken various
precautionary measures. Functioning of the Control Room, Closure of past
breaches in river and canal embankments and guarding of weak points, rain
recording and submission of rainfall report, communication of Gauge reading,
deployment of power/country boats, installation of temporary VHF stations,
arrangement for keeping telephone and telegraph lines in order, storage of food
stuff, arrangement for keeping drainage clear, agricultural/health/veterinary
measures, selection of flood/ Earthquake shelters, etc. have been properly
planned. The government officials of different departments have been apprised
of their duties for pre, during and post disaster periods. The Circle Officers, SDMs,
ULBs, Executive Engineers of PWD, Jal Nigam, Power Corporation and Irrigation
Department, Health, Police, A &Veterinary, DSO, and Fire Dept etc. have been
requested to take all precautionary and preparatory measures and to remain
alert to face the challenge of any disaster. The other government officials have
also been apprised of their roles and responsibilities to be played during pre
disaster arrangement and during/post-disaster management. Every possible kind
of cooperation from all the line departments has been sought for by the district
administration in combating the severe natural calamities that may occur
anytime.
2.7 Who formulates and Carries out the plan:
The disaster Management plans have been formulated at City level. The plan
clearly indicates the role and responsibility of each player of the team. The
Collector in the district level, Sub – Collector in the Sub – Divisional level and The
Mayor is the key player in Ward level and the Community with guidance of Ward
Level Disaster Management Committee formulates and carries out this plan in
the Urban Ward level. Civil society organizations also play a vital role during the
implementation of this plan in the field.
A detailed description of the information flow among different components of
the plan is given below for better understanding.
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Chapter-III
District Profile
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Chapter- 3
DISTRICT PROFILE OF GHAZIABAD
3.1. Overview
Ghaziabad is most fastest growing city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is
located in the north eastern part of National Capital Region, about 20 km east of
Delhi. Ghaziabad City is an important City in Uttar Pradesh State and it is
headquarter of Ghaziabad District. The City is spread and developed on both
the sides of River Hindon, an important tributary of River Yamuna.
Ghaziabad, the
headquarter of
the district of the
same name, lies
on the Grand
Trunk road about
a mile east of the
Hindon river at
Latitude 28º 40'
North
and
Longitude 77º 25'
East. It is 20 km
east of Delhi and
46 km southwest
o f Meerut which
it is connected
by a metallic
road. Other roads
lead northwest to Loni and Baghpat and east to Hapur and Garhmukteshwar.
Buses run at frequent intervals from this town to Delhi, Meerut, Aligarh,
Bulandshahar, Moradabad, Lucknow and other cities. It is an important station
on the Northern Railway where railway lines from Delhi, Calcutta, Moradabad
and Saharanpur meet, connecting it with many important cities of India. The City
has a boundary adjacent to Delhi, acts as the main entrance of Uttar Pradesh
and is also called the “Gateway of Uttar Pradesh”.
3.1.1 History of the Ghaziabad
The City was founded in 1740 by the emperor, Ghazi-ud-din, who called it
Ghaziuddin Nagar after himself and built a spacious structure consisting of 120
rooms of masonry with pointed arches. Only the gate, a few portions of the
boundary wall and a massive pillar about fourteen feet high remain now, the
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precincts now being inhabited. His mausoleum still stands in the city but is in a
bad state of preservation.
The city was the scene of fighting during the Indian Freedom Struggle, 1857–58, a
revolt that began with Indian soldiers in the Bengal army of the British East India
Company but developed into a widespread uprising against British rule in India.
In an encounter between the freedom fighters and a small British force, the
former were defeated while trying to hold the Hindon. This was the first war of
independence and it brought Ghaziabad much of its glory.
From historical, cultural, mythological and archaeological point of view,
Ghaziabad has been a prosperous city. This has been proved from the research
work and excavations undertaken in the district. The excavation work carried out
at the mound of Kaseri situated on the bank of river Hindon, 2 km north from
Mohan Nagar, shows that civilization existed here even in 2500 B.C.
On 14th November 1976, Ghaziabad became the district. From then Ghaziabad
has moved forward leaps and bounds on the social, economic, agriculture and
individual fronts.
3.1.2 Geographical Location
The district of Ghaziabad is suitated in the middle of Ganga- Yamuna doab. In
shape it is roughly rectangular, its lenght is 72 Kms. and its breadth is 37 Kms. On
the north it is bouned by the district of Meerut, on the south by that of
Bulandshahar & Gautambudh Nagar and on the south- west by the national
capital Delhi State and on the east by the district Jyotibaphule nagar.
Ganga, Yamuna and Hindon are the main rivers flowing through the district and
they are filled with water throughout the year. Other than these there are some
small rainfed rivers, prominent among them is the Kali river. Apart from these rivers
the Ganaga Canal flows through the district and irrigation work is carried out
through different branches of Canal. The Ganga canal also caters the drinking
water needs of the people of ghaziabad as well as Delhi.
3.1.3 Population, Area and Literacy
Total population of Ghaziabad is 4,661,452 (Census
2011) as per latest provisional figures released by Directorate of Census
Operations in Uttar Pradesh. This shows increase of 41.66 percent in 2011
compared to figures of 2001 census. The initial figures of data shows that male
and female were 2,481,803 and 2,179,649 respectively. Ghaziabad District of
Uttar Pradesh comprises an area of1,175 sq.km. As per census 2011, density of
Ghaziabad District per square km is 3,967 compared to 2,800 per sq.km of 2001.
Sex ratio of girls in Ghaziabad district per 1000 boys was recorded 878 i.e. an
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increase of 18 points from the figure of 2001 census which puts it at 860.
In 2011 census, data of Ghaziabad district regarding child under 0-6 age were
also collected. There were total 663,367 children under age of 0-6 against
566,447 of 2001 census. Of total 663,367 male and female were 358,621 and
304,746 respectively. Child Sex Ratio as per census 2011 was 854 compared to
854 of census 2001. Children's proportion in total population was around 2.34
percent. This figure was around 1.98 percent as per 2001 census.
In education sector, Ghaziabad District is having average literacy rate of 85.00
percent. Male literacy and female literacy were 88.16 and 81.42 percent
respectively. In all, there were total 3,398,407 literates compared to 1,899,735
literates of 2001 census.
3.1.4 Climatic Condition
The climate of the city is dry and healthy; intensely hot during summer and quite
cold during winter. The temperature is highest in May – June. The minimum
temperature generally ranges from 7 degree C (January) to 26 degree C (May)
and the maximum temperature from around 23 degree C (January) to 42
degree C (May). Westerly hot winds blow with great intensity in these months. The
average rainfall is 732 mm and is generally limited to the months during June to
September. Dust and thunderstorms occur frequently in summer season while
occasionally fog occurs in the winter. Geologically, the town forms a part of the
Indo-Gangetic alluvium.
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As it is connected to National capital Delhi, its temprature and rainfall are similar
to Delhi. Rajasthan's dust storms and snowfall in the Himalayas, Kumaon and
Garhwal hills name their impact in the weather regularly. The monsoon arrives in
the district during the end of the June or the first week of July and normally it rains
till October.As in other districts of northern India mainly three seasons- summer,
winter and rainy prevail here but sometimes due to severe snowfall in the
Himalayas and Kumaon Hills adverse weather can also seen.Rains in the region
are concentrated in the monsoon season. The region receives rainfall mainly
under the influence of southwest monsoon from July to September. Over 75
percent of the total rainfall is received during the monsoon months and the
remaining rainfall is received during December to February. The annual average
rainfall is 732 mm. Dust and thunderstorms occur in summer season while fog
occurs in the winter.
Rainfall Pattern in Ghaziabad (2005-2010)
Month
Rainfall (In MM)
Normal
2005
Jan
20.5
0
Feb
20.6
March
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Nil
Nil
NA
NA
3.5
23.9
Nil
45.0
NA
NA
NA
17.4
19.0
NA
64.0
NA
NA
NA
April
5.8
0
Nil
Nil
NA
NA
NA
May
12.8
0
Nil
Nil
NA
NA
NA
June
43.8
80.5
34.2
64.1
16.4
0
NA
July
216.5
185.7
250.5
84.1
124.4
61.6
117.5
Aug
234.5
57.9
20.4
99.8
58.1
101.0
249.7
Sep
129.2
284.2
114.0
4.7
8.7
41.7
313.2
Oct
34.1
0
16.0
Nil
0
1.0
0
Nov
4.3
0
Nil
NA
2.0
1.5
0
Dec
6.1
0
Nil
Nil
NA
0
10.0
Total
745.6
651.2
435.1
361.7
209.6
216.8
693.9
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Temperature Pattern in Ghaziabad (2005-2010)
Month
Jan
Feb
Mar
April
May
June
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Temperature (In Centigrade )
2006
2007
2008
Normal
2005
Min
Max
Min
Max
8
11
16
21
26
28
27
27
25
19
13
8
20
24
30
37
40
38
35
34
34
33
28
23
9
12
17
22
27
29
26
26
25
21
16
12
21
23
29
38
37
42
34
34
33
33
29
24
Min
10
13
18
23
28
29
24
26
25
22
17
13
2009
2010
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
21
24
28
34
38
43
32
33
35
31
28
22
10
12
17
22
25
24
24
25
23
21
16
14
20
23
27
34
38
44
34
35
33
31
26
22
11
12
15
22
27
26
27
26
23
20
18
16
19
21
26
35
41
39
38
34
32
31
29
27
14
16
18
22
26
24
28
26
23
21
16
12
22
24
27
33
36
43
37
33
32
31
27
22
11
11
17
22
26
24
26
24
23
20
16
13
19
21
27
34
39
43
35
32
31
30
27
26
3.1.5 Topography, Soil and Geology
Originally established on the eastern side of River Hindon, present sprawling
development of Ghaziabad can be observed on both sides of the River. Hindon
River is an important tributary of Yamuna River of the Ganges River System.
Flowing north-south, Hindon River passes through middle of the City and meets
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Yamuna about 35 km south of Ghaziabad. The topography of the City is almost
plain and the general slope is from north to south.
Geologically, Ghaziabad forms a part of the Indo-Gangetic alluvium. Soil is
characterized mainly by silty sand and loamy soils. Geotechnical investigations
conducted at the proposed flyover site indicates that there is no hard rock till 25
m below ground level.
As per the seismic zoning map of India, Ghaziabad falls in sever intensity zone
(Zone IV). However, there were no major earthquakes occurred in Ghaziabad till
date.
3.2 Economic Development
3.2.1 Land Use
Owing to its location, adjacent to the National Capital, Delhi, over the years,
Ghaziabad City has experienced a very rapid development and urbanization.
Originally established on the eastern side of River Hindon, present sprawling
development of Ghaziabad can be observed on both sides of the River. The City
is almost merged with Delhi - City’s development stretching towards Delhi on
west side and vis-à-vis Delhi expanding to east towards Ghaziabad.
Ghaziabad Master Plan 2001 was formulated for an area of 100.4 sq. km, of
which by 2001, about 84.8 sq. km was developed. As depicted in the following
figure, the existing land use of Ghaziabad development area (84.8 sq km) shows
that 60 percent of the land is under residential use followed by industrial areas.
There are no agricultural areas within this development area. The gross density of
the population is 130 persons per hectare. Anticipating a big growth in the near
future, the Ghaziabad Master Plan 2021 has been formulated to an area of
155.54 sq. km.
3.2.2 Land Use Analysis
With the increase in population, the residential areas have seen
tremendous increase; however, the pace of development could not match the
provisions for both physical and social infrastructure and services as per the
requirement of the growing population. It has been observed in the context of
landuse pattern that there is exorbitant increase in land prices (for plotted
houses), which has led to the development of multistoried apartments (Group
Housing) residential units. The Trans- Hindon areas especially Shalimar Garden,
Ramprastha, Kaushambi, Vaishali, Rajender Nagar have witnessed large scale
construction of group housing flats even on the plots with size of 500 sq.mt. –1000
sq.mt. This development has by and large been in an unauthorized manner
thereby resulting in extreme strain on infrastructure / facilities and services. The
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areas meant for plotted development where 2 to 3 dwelling units are supposed
to be developed has been converted into multiple dwelling units (15-20) on a
plot of 500 sq.mt to 1000 sq.mt. The high rise high density not only alters planning
principles drastically but have serious adverse repercussions on the overall city
infrastructure and any up gradation or augmentation of the same is offset by
multifold increase in the dwelling units and with consequent problems of low level
of access to basic infrastructure like absence of drainage and sewerage,
shortage of drinking water, absence of proper solid waste management etc.
resulting in deteriorating quality of life.
The development Trans- Hindon areas without any consideration of planning for
basic facilities have in fact led to mushrooming of large number of residential
colonies at the periphery of NCT Delhi.
The decade of 1970’s has also witnessed the decline of developed industrial
areas due to economic liberalization and impingement of other uses on industrial
areas have increased alarmingly with invasion of development of commercial
activities like Shopping Malls and Multiplexes
With the increase of privatization of education, the educational and
technical institutions have also sprung up all over in Ghaziabad. These institutions
have largely came up on land acquired from agricultural use and some industrial
areas have been converted into educational use.
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Existing land use: Ghaziabad
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Landuse Category
Area(Hectares)
Percentage
Residential
6975.00
44.84
Commercial and Trade
491.00
3.16
Industrial
1933.00
12.84
Office
501.00
3.22
Community Facilities
1201.00
7.72
Park, Open Space, Recreation 2484.00
15.97
including Green Belt
7
Undefined Areas
452.00
2.91
8
Roads/Rail /Bus Stands/Depots
1392.00
8.95
9
Others
125.00
0.80
TOTAL
15554.00
100.00
Source:
Master Plan of Ghaziabad 2021
Figure: Existing Land Use Pattern in Ghaziabad
R e s id e n c i a l
C o m m e rc ia l
In d u s t r ia l
O f f ic e
C o m m u n it y f a c i lit y
P a rk , O p e n S p a c e
U n d e f in e d A r e a
R o a d s a n d B u s S ta n d
O the rs
3.2.3 Urban Economy
The economy of the town has been bi-functional – industries cum services since
1971. Industries form an important component of the economic base of the city.
Ghaziabad is one of the largest industrial cities, next to Kanpur, in Uttar Pradesh. It
is also an important centre for trade and commerce in western UP sub-region.
Various products and equipments are supplied to the regional, national and
international markets. The workforce participation rate and percentage workers
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in secondary sector are marginally declining but the size of work force in the city
has maintained its increasing trend.
In terms of occupational structure, the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam area is
dominated by the tertiary (services) sector (59% in 1991) in general and
specifically the other services sector (30% in 1991). Less than one third of workers
are engaged in the secondary sector of which 30% workers were engaged in
manufacturing sector. The household industries showed a decline in 1991, but
improved in 2001. The percentage of workers engaged in primary sector has
declined across the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam area.
A number of famous major industries like Bharat Electronics Limited (a public
sector unit of Central Government), UPTRON (a public sector unit of Uttar Pradesh
Government), Dabur, Mohan Meakins, Gagan Vanaspati, Sri Ram Piston,
Bhushan Steel and Weston Television are located in Ghaziabad. According to
the statistics of the District Industrial Centre, 106 units of medium and large
industries employed 24,595 workers in 2001. In percentage terms factories in the
chemical and allied distillery sections (33%) dominate the Ghaziabad industrial
scene. While in terms of workers, the electrical and electronic goods industries
employ 29% of workers.
3.2.4 Urban Development
The city is growing at a very high pace and the population base has increased
from 0.5 to 1.0 million during 1991-2001. During the last twenty years the
population concentration has been on the periphery of the municipal board
boundary. The city is growing spatially. Private developers promoted by Public –
Private Partnership policy (PPP) are now supporting the urban development. The
quality and quantity of housing is improving and reflecting the contribution of the
private sector. There is no single city level agency, which maintains the
integrated picture of the city housing status.
The city development till 1995, undertaken by the Ghaziabad Authority had
declined in terms of the quality of residential development when compared with
that of Noida, Greater Noida and Gurgaon in the DMA towns. The shabby look of
the housing built by GDA got face uplift and its aesthetic value improved once
GDA entered into PPP with private developers. The Commonwealth Games 2010,
to be held in East Delhi are leading to a great deal of action in infrastructure
development, hospitality as well as in the retail segment, as a result of which the
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population has increased many fold. Indirapuram and Kaushambi have been
witnessing a lot of development in the wake of the upcoming event. To compete
in the housing market, the development effort has been shifted from the public
sector to the private sector through a partnership approach. Shipra, Ansals,
Omaxe, Parshvanath and similar real estate giants of the private sector in
housing development, have contributed to the city development.
3.3. SUB-DIVISION OF DISTRICT GHAZIABAD (UP)
District
Tehsils
Blocks
Bhojpur
Modi Nagar
Loni
Ghaziabad
Dhaulana
Hapur
Hapur
Garh
Mukteshwar
Town Area
Modi Nagar
Farid Nagar
Murad Nagar
Razapur
Ghaziabad
Municipal
Corp.
Simbhawali
Murad Nagar
Loni
Patla
Niwari
Hapur
Pilkhuwa
Dasna
Garh
Mukteshwar
Babugarh
3.3.1 BASIC STATISTICS
Sr.No.
Description
Unit
Value
1.
Area
Sq. Km.
1175
2.
No. of Tehsil
Number
4
3.
No. of Block
Number
8
4.
No. of Municipal Corp
Number
6
5.
No. of Town Area
Number
5
6.
No. of Census Town
Number
5
7.
No. of Nyay Panchayt
Number
74
8.
No. of Gram Sabha
Number
405
9.
No. of Police Station (Urban)
Number
16
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No. of Police Station (Rural)
Number
06
11.
No. of Villages
Number
567
12.
Habitated Villages
Number
529
13.
Inhabitated Villages
Number
38
14.
Bus Station
Number
118
15.
Railway Station
Number
23
Post Offices (Urban)
Number
104
17.
Post Offices (Rural)
Number
141
18.
Telegraph Offices
Number
15
19.
Telephone Connections
Number
3, 18,992
20.
Nationalised Banks
Number
229
21.
Distance from State Capital
Kilometer
468
22.
Distance from Delhi
Kilometer
19
16
Indira Gandhi
International
Airport
23.
Nearest Airport
24
Public Distribution System
(Urban)
Number
25.
Public Distribution System
(Rural)
Number
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
Cold Storage
Primary School
Secondary School
Sr. Secondary School
Degree Collage
Post Graduate Degree
Collage
University
Engineering Collage
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
Number
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525
29
2871
1029
244
03
11
0
18
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35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
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Number
Polytechnic Collage
01
Number
Industrial Training Institute
04
Number
DIET
01
Number
Medical Collage
07
Number
Ayurvedic Hospita
35
Number
Allopathic Hospital
06
Number
Homeopathic
32
Number
Unani Hospital
01
Number
PHC
46
Number
CHC
13
3.3.2 POPULATION (Census 2011)
SR.S.No.
Description
Unit
VALUEValue
1.
Total Population
Number
4661452
2.
Male Polulation
Number
24,81,803
3.
Female Population
Number
17,69,042
4.
Population Growth
41.66 %
5.
Area Sq. K.M.
1175
6.
Density / K.M. 2
3967
7.
Sex Ratio
878
8.
Average Literacy
85%
9.
% of Male Literates
88.16%
10.
% of Female Literates
81.42%
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3.3.3 POPULATION PERTAINING TO BLOCK AND URBAN AREA (Census 2001)
SR NO
NAME OF TOWN
AREA/M.B./N.P./C.T.
TOTAL
POPULATION
MALE
POPUL
FEMALE
POPUL
SC/ST
POPUL.
1.
Murad Nagar M.B.
74151
39608
34543
8258
2.
Garhmukteshwar M.B.
33847
18211
15636
9230
3.
Ordinance factory
MuradNagar
10756
5699
5057
2637
4.
Dasna T.A.
24434
13092
11342
768
5.
Loni M.B.
120945
65278
55667
8153
6.
Farid Nagar T.A.
11272
5979
5293
1581
7.
Patla T.A.
9733
5289
4444
1671
8.
Niwari T.A.
9921
5320
4601
1944
9..
Behta HAziput C.T.
94298
51161
43137
18859
10..
Babugarh T.A.
5939
3151
2788
2547
11.
Ghaziabad M.C
968256
521026
447230
151601
12.
Hapur M.B.
211983
113175
98808
60464
13..
Modi Nagar M.B.
113218
60468
52750
13175
14..
Begaumabad Budana
16235
8695
7540
5065
15..
Bishokhar C.T.
10476
5625
4851
3668
16.
Pilkhuwa M.B.
66907
35620
31287
12453
17.
Dharoti Khurd C.T.
34044
18459
15585
6950
Total
18,16,415
9,75,856
8,40,559
3,09,024
SR NO BLOCK
TOTAL
POPULATION
MALE
POPUL
FEMALE
POPUL
SC
POPUL
ST
POPUL
TOTAL
LITERATE
1.
Bhojpur
1,67,715
90,179
77,536
39,025
--
55,747
2.
Murad
nagar
1,30,187
70,232
59,955
25,725
--
46,539
3.
Razapur
1,20,739
65,715
55,024
23,527
02
36,190
4.
Loni
2,71,466
1,47,557 1,23,909 40,056
12
98,706
5.
Dhaulana
1,72,675
92,766
26,679
--
52,552
6.
Hapur
2,76,904
1,48,522 1,28,382 68,019
--
92,647
7.
Simbhawali 1,80,461
96,715
83,746
31,381
--
60,222
8.
Garh
94,132
83,376
36,296
--
53,694
1,77,508
79,909
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3.3.4 CLIMATE AND BOUNDARIES
CLIMATE CONDITION
AVERAGE
450 C
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
30 C
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
732 MM
AVERAGE RAINFALL
702 MM
ACTUAL RAINFALL
3.3.5 BOUNDARIES
DIRECTONS
DISTRICT/STATE
NORTH
DISTRICT MEERUT
EAST
DISTRICT JYOTIBA FULE NAGAR
SOUTH
DISTRICT BULANDSHAHAR & NOIDA
WEST
DELHI
3.3.6 MEDICAL AND HEALTH
HOSPITAL NAME
No.of Hospitals
ALLOPATHIC
6
AYURVEDIC
34
UNANI
1
HOMEOPATHIC
30
P.H.C.
48
C.H.C.
11
FAMILY &MOTHER INFANT CENTRE
19
FAMILY & MOTHER INFANT SUB-CENTRE
341
TUBERCULOSIS
1
LEPROSY
-
COMMUNICALE DISEASES
-
NO. OF BEDS IN ALL INSTITUTIONS
901
NO. OF EMPLOYEES
1125
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3.3.7 EDUCATION
NAME
No. of Schools
JR. BASIC SCHOOL
2463
SR. BASIC SCHOOL
736
HIGHER SEC. SCHOOL
193
DEGREE COLLEGE
11
UNIVERSITY
--
I..T.I
4
POLYTECHNIC
1
KENDRIYA VIDHYALAY
4
NAVODAYA SCHOOL
1
ENGINEERING COLLEGE
-
3.3.8 ANIMAL HUSBANDARY
TOTAL ANIMAL HUSBANDARY
NUMBER
6,32,916
VETENARY HOSPITAL
NUMBER
30
A.H.SERVICE CENTRE
NUMBER
60
ARTIFICIAL BREEDING CENTRE
NUMBER
37
ARTIFICIAL BREEDING SUB CENTRE
NUMBER
60
3.3.9 IRRIGATION
DESCRIPTION
UNIT
Lenght of Canal
Kilometer 596
Govt. Tubewel
Number
217
Private Tubewell
Number
36,797
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3.3.10. Drinking Water Sources
TUBE WELL POSITIONS OF GHAZIABAD CITY
S.No.
Zone
1
2
3
4
5
City Zone
Kavinagar
Vijay Nagar
Mohan Nagar
Vasundhara
Installed By
Nagar Nigam
44
04
15
06
06
Installed By Jal
Nigam
75
50
32
25
31
Total Tube Well
Total Tube
Well
119
54
47
31
37
288
3.3.11 INDUSTRIES AT GHAZIABAD
The district Ghaziabad, a growing industrial city, has an important place in
industrial development in Uttar Pradesh. Industries are divided into three
categorized depending upon production, employment and turnover.
•
•
•
Small Scale Industries
Medium Scale Industries
Large Scale / Heavy Industries
The number of small-scale industries functioning in the district are 14,160 and
have a capital investment of Rs. 270.00 crores a employing about 73,130
workers. They undertake the manufacture of a variety of commodities, goods
etc.
The number of medium/heavy industries functioning in the district are 145 and
have a capital investment of Rs. 2,930.86 crores, giving employment to about
31,200 workers.
TABLE-1
Description
Small Scale
Industries
No. of Units
14,160
Capital Investment (in crore rs.) 270
Employment
73,130
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Industries
145
2,930.86
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TABLE-2
PRODUCTION-WISE UNITS
Sl. No.
PRODUCT NAME
NO. OF UNITS
1.
FOOD
12
2.
SOFT DRINKS AND TOBBACO
06
3.
COTTON TEXTILES
03
4.
WOOLEN SILK & SYNTHATIC TEXTILES
05
5.
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS & PRINTINGS
08
6.
RUBBER, PLASTIC AND PETROLIUM
19
7.
CHEMICAL & CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
17
8.
NON MATELIC MINERALS
03
9.
METAL PRODUCTS
15
10.
BASIC METAL PRODUCTS
08
11.
MACHINERY TOOLS & PARTS
12
12.
ELECTRIC MACHINERY EQUIPMENT & PARTS
20
13.
TRANSPORT EQUIPMENTS & PARTS
12
14.
OTHER MISCELLACENEOUS PRODUCTS
05
TOTAL
145
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CHAPTER – IV
RISK / HAZARD ANALYSIS
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4.1 CLASSIFICATION OF HAZARDS:
The High Power Committee of Govt. of India has classified the hazards as follows:
1.Floods and Drainage Management
2.Cyclones
3.Tornadoes & Hurricanes
4.Hailstorm
1. Water and Climate
5.Cloud burst
Related
6.Snow Avalanches
7.Heat & Cold Waves
8.Thunder & Lightning
9.Sea Erosion
10.Droughts
11.Earthquakes
2. Geologically Related
12.Landslides & Mudflows
13.Dam Bursts & Dam Failures
14.Mine Fires
15.Chemical and Industrial Disasters
3. Chemical, Industrial
and Nuclear Related
16.Nuclear Disasters
17.Road, Rail and other Transportation accidents including
Waterways
18.Mine Flooding
19.Major Building Collapse
20.Serial Bomb Blasts
4. Accident Related
21.Festival related Disasters
22.Urban Fires
23.Oil Spill
24.Village Fires
25.Boat Capsizing
26.Forest Fires
27.Electrical Disasters & Fires
28.Biological Disasters & Epidemics
5. Biologically related
29.Food Poisoning
30.Cattle Epidemics
31.Pest Attacks
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4.2 Hazard Profile of Uttar Pradesh
The total geographical area of Uttar Pradesh is 240.93 lakh hectares. Recurring
natural disasters in the State over the years have been causing severe damage
and adversely affecting human, plant and animal life, property and
environment. Natural disasters that are of significance in Uttar Pradesh are
Floods, Droughts, Fires and Earthquakes. Loss of life and property from these
disasters, especially the former three, are in terms of hundreds of crores of rupees
annually. Considerable efforts are made every year, both by the government
and the public, to mitigate the losses encountered during a disaster. But recurring
floods, droughts and fires have been pointers to the manifestation of increased
vulnerabilities and inadequacy of the various sporadic mitigation measures
attempted. The emerging context is an increase in frequency of disasters, their
escalating cost, rising levels of vulnerability, narrowing differences between
natural & manmade disasters amidst an increasingly fragile, environment. This
underscores the dire need for a holistic approach to dovetail mitigation efforts
with development programmes in the State. Emergency preparedness is crucial
for recovery from disasters with minimal loss of life and property.
4.3 Hazard Vulnerability in UP
Approx. 27 Iakh hectares affected annually due to Floods.
Annual estimated loss due to floods is Rs. 432 crores.
The recurrence period of highly deficient rainfall in East U.P. has been
calculated to be 6 to 8 years whereas in West U.P. it is 10 years.
In the recent years, the year 2002, & 2004 were severe in terms of
drought, with loss to crop, livestock and property assessed at Rs.7540
crores and Rs. 7292 crores respectively.
The Tarai belt districts of UP and entire distric ts of Saharanpur,
MuZaffamagar, Bagpat, Bijrwr Meerut, Ghaziabad, Gautambuddh
Nagar, JP Nagar, Rampur,Moradabad Bulandshahr in western UP are
in the Earthquake High Damage Risk Zone-IV.
Floods
Of the various natural disasters floods are the most commonly occurring in
Uttar Pradesh, affecting almost every year some part of the state or the
other. Important rivers, which create floods in the State, are the Ganga
the Yamuna, the Ramganga, the Gomti, the Sharda, the Ghaghra, the
Rapti and the Gandak. The Ganga River basin of U.P. experiences normal
rainfall in the region .from 60 cm to 190 cm of which more than 80% occur
during the southwest monsoon. The rainfall increases from west to east
and from south to north .Similar is the pattern of floods, the problem
increases from west to east and south to north. Out of the 240.93 lakh
hectares geographical area of the State about 73.06 lakh hectares is flood
prone. As per the Irrigation Department's estimate, only 58.72 lakh can
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actually be protected. Up to March 2004,Only 16.01 lakh hectares has
been protected. The eastern districts as well as those situated in the Terai
region bordering Nepal are the most affected. Due to floods1 an average
of 26.89 lakh hectares is affected annually, and the estimated loss to
crops, houses and livestock is to the tune of Rs.432 crore annually. Apart
from these, loss of human life also occurs.
Figure: Flood Hazard Map of Uttar Pradesh
Drought
Drought is another major disaster affecting the State of Uttar Pradesh. The State
produces about 21 percent of all food grains of the country, and hence is
agriculturally an important State. The total sown area is 25.30 million ha out of
which, 17.69 million ha. is irrigated area.(66% is irrigated). Of the irrigated area,
canals contribute about 25%, tube wells about 67% and ponds, lakes etc. the
remaining. Thus one third of the irrigated area and the entire extent of rain fed
area in the State is dependent on monsoon rains. The recharge of groundwater
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through rains accounts about 80 % of total recharge. The monsoon rain accounts
70-80% of the total rainfall in a year in our region.
The State of U.P. has been divided into two meteorological sub-divisions, viz. U.P.
East, and U.P. West. The recurrence period of highly deficient rainfall in East U.P.
has been calculated to be 6 to 8 years whereas in West U.P. it is 10 years. The
annual loss due to drought in the State varies depending on the severity of the
drought. In the recent years, the year 2002, & 2004 were severe in terms of
drought, with loss to crop, livestock and property assessed at Rs.7540 crores and
Rs. 7292 crores respectively.
Fires
Annually, fires destroy thousands of houses especially in summer, in the rural areas
of the State. Also fire accidents are a common occurrence in the urban areas.
At the meeting of the State Level Standing Committee on Calamity Relief held
on 25th August, 2005, decision was taken to equip the State Fire Department with
required Rescue Tenders and Advanced Rescue Tenders, which are in shortage
right now. Funds to the tune of Rs. 12.19 crores have been made available from
the Calamity Relief Fund for purchase of the same. Apart from this, the Fire
Services Training Institute, Unnao, which is the Nodal Institute for the entire State,
for training in Search & Rescue Operations, is being strengthened on war footing.
Earthquake
From the map above it is seen that UP is broadly divided in to three Earth quake
Risk Zones- High Damage Risk Zone-IV, Moderate Damage Risk Zone III and Low
Damage Risk Zone II
The following districts of UP are in the Earthquake High Damage Risk ZoneIV: Entire districts of Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar, Bagpat, Bijnor, Meerut,
Ghaziabad, Gautambuddh Nagar, JP Nagar, Rampur, Moradabad,
Bulandshar,
Shravasti,
Balrampur,
Siddharthnagar,
Maharajganj,
Kushinagar, and parts Of Pilibhit, Shajahanpur, Kheri, Baharaich, Gonda,
Mathura, Aligarh, Budaun, Bareilly, Basti, Sant Kabir Nagar, Deoria and
Ballia.
The following districts of UP are in the Earthquake Moderate Damage Risk
Zone III: Entire districts of Sonbhadra, Chandauli, Ghazipur, Varanasi,
Jaunpur, Azamgarh, Gorakhpur, Sultanpur, Raebareli, Faizabad, Unnao,
Lucknow, Barabanki, Sitapur, Hardoi, Kannauj, Mainpuri, Firozabad, Etah,
Mahamayanagar, Farukkabad, and parts of Mirzapur, Pratapgarh,
Kanpurnagar, Auraiya, Etawah, Agra, Mathura, Aligarh, Badaun, Bareilly,
Pilibhit, Kheri, Baharaich, Gonda, Basti, Sant Kabir Nagar, Deoria and
Ballia.
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The following districts of UP are in the Earthquake Low Damage Risk Zone II:
Entire districts of Lalitpur, Jbansi, Mahoba, Jalaun, Banda, Kausambi,
Allahabad and parts of Agra, Etawah, Auraiya, Kanpur Nagar, Fatehpur,
Pratapgarh, and Mirzapur
Figure: Earthquake Hazard Map of Uttar Pradesh
The following are the Weak Zones in the State-may be termed as trigger points:
1. Bridges
• Delhi-Haridwar Ridge
• Delhi Muzaffarnagar Ridge
• Faizabad Ridge
2. Faults
• Moradabad Fault
• Bhairawan Fault
• East-West Running Tear Faults
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Chamoli (now in Uttaranchal) earthquake of March 29,1999 of 6.9 magnitude has
shown the urgent need to develop initiatives, both short term and long term, that
are required to develop preparedness for upcoming earthquakes as well as to
sensitize the civic administrators of the major towns/cities of the gravity of the
situation and provide them with critical inputs to develop a robust rehabilitation
program, which includes the damage assessment of the building stock, and their
repair and reconstruction.
It also pointed out to the dire need to build capacity in the technical community
to tide over earthquake disasters, in terms of training on how to assess damages
sustained by the buildings in the affected area, steps required to take up retrofit
buildings. In short, a well equipped, robust earthquake engineering industry in
Uttar Pradesh is required so that earthquake related products and services can
be made available to the affected communities on professional basis. The
necessary legal and technical framework to ensure that all new constructions
fulfill seismic requirements are now in place with the adapt ion of the National
4.4 Hazard Profile of Ghaziabad
Hazard map of India and Uttar Pradesh, showed that Ghaziabad district under
threat of several type of Natural Disasters Ghaziabad is situated part of the
Yamuna, Hindon, Ganga and Kali River Edge so that it is more prone to flood. In
the latest seismic map of the county, Ghaziabad falls under Zone IV, which
means it is highly vulnerable to multi hazards, especially Earth Quake.
In the district of Ghaziabad the geologic hazards namely, earthquake and Flood
are the most critical, the wind storms, droughts and Fire hazards could also occur
but cause damage locally only. Accidents are other cause for loss of life and are
becoming more frequent. Medical hazard like epidemic are critical but have
caused damage locally only. There are many manmade disasters which can
cause damage to life and property therefore, it is important that we regularly
asses our vulnerability to all the hazards with are given below and built capacity
to handle them.
4.5 Potential Hazards likely in Ghaziabad district:
Ghaziabad district is vulnerable to multiple Natural, Technological, Human
caused and Biological Hazards. They include, but are not limited to the following:
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Natural Hazards:
Earthquake
Flood
Cloud Burst
Severe
Storms,
including
lightning
and
high
winds
lightning
and
high
winds
(Thunderstorms)
Drought
Heat and Cold Wave
Severe
Storms,
including
(Thunderstorms)
Technological Hazards:
Chemical and Industrial Disasters
Building Collapsed
Train Accidents
Road Accidents
Major fire due to electrical short circuit / other reasons in
important Industrial and Commercial areas.
Human-caused Hazards (Intentional Acts):
Urban Fire
Serial Bomb Blast by terrorists.
Civil Disorder Riot
Stamped during Religious Ceremony
Biological Hazards:
Disease Epidemic
Animal Disease
Food Poisoning
4.6 History of Previous Disaster in Ghaziabad district:
Type of
Hazard
Flood
Date
and
Year
1978
Affected
Area
Human
Injured
Human
Death
Animal
Death
House
Damage
527 Village
Affected
including
Patel Nagar,
Kaila Bhatta,
NA
NA
NA
NA
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Mavai Kala,
Vijay Nagar
urban areas
Building /
House
Collapsed
Cloud Burst
1992
Gyan Khand
2
14
-
-
1992
_
_
_
_
Fire
2006
NA
02
05
Fire
2007
NA
05
05
Fire
2008
NA
02
02
Fire
2009
NA
02
08
Fire
2010
NA
06
Nil
Building /
House
Collapsed
Lightening
Fire
2010
City Area of
Ghaziabad
All part of
City Area
All part of
City Area
All part of
City Area
All part of
City Area
All part of
City Area
All part of
City Area
NA
03
Nil
-
-
03
08
Nil
01
200 Huts
2010
2011
All part of
City Area
4.6.1 Earthquake felt in Ghaziabad and NCR Region in last 5 Years
S.No
1
Date & Year
Timings
1
26th November,
2007
18th Sep, 2010
04:42
01:01
2
19th Jan, 2011
01:57
3
21st March, 2011
15:29
4
5
04th April, 2011
20th June, 2011
17:02
11:58
Centre Point
Delhi- Haryana
Border
Hindu Kush Region,
Afghanistan
Pakistan
Hindu Kush Region,
Afghanistan
Nepal- India Border
ChamoliUttarakhand
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Magnitude
(In Richter
Scale)
Casualty
4.3
No
4.9
No
4.1
No
3.2
No
5.4
4.6
No
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4.7 Hazard Analysis of Ghaziabad City
On view of the disaster history of Ghaziabad City has Natural and Manmade
disasters likely in the area are:
•
Earthquake
•
Floods
•
Fires
•
Chemical and Industrial
•
Epidemics
•
Train / Road Accident
•
Serial Bomb Blast by Terrorist
•
Building Collapse
•
Stamped
4.7.1. Earthquakes:
As per the latest seismic zoning map of India, the Meerut city falls under
Medium to High Risk Zone –IV where a maximum intensity of XIII can be
expected.
According to the Vulnerability Atlas of India, Ghaziabad district lies in
moderate earthquake risk zone IV. It may experience damage of MSK VII
category. So the earthquake will adversely affect a large number of houses and
business. It will disrupt the normal urban life and traffic for a considerable length,
with a serious impact on business and livelihood.
Though the earthquake risk for the district is moderate, most of the houses
in Ghaziabad have not incorporated building by-laws, and do not have
adequate structural strength to with stand even a moderate earthquake. In way
of development, multi stories building and apartments are increasing day by day
in the city and it’s increased vulnerability of city regarding Earthquake day by
day.
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Vulnerable Area of Ghaziabad City regarding Earthquake:
List of Apartments, Shopping Complex, and Institutions above height of 3 Floor In
Ghaziabad city:
S.No
Type of Buildings / Apartments
No.
of
Buildings
/
Apartments above height of
Three Floor
1
Housing Apartments (Only in Vaishali,
144
Vasundhara, Indrapuram and Kaushambi
Location)
2
Shopping Complex, Malls, Cinema Hall
19
3
School
15
4
Hospitals
17
Source: Municipal Corporation, Ghaziabad
4.7.2 Floods and Water Logging:
The Ganga, Hindon and Yamuna flows along the city of Ghaziabad, and hence
it is liable to flooding. Ghaziabad district was facing biggest flood disaster in year
1978. In this flood around 527 Village and some urban areas like Vijay Nagar,
Patel Nagar, Kaila Bhatta, Mavai Kala was affected due to flood. After 1978, no
critical flood being made in Ghaziabad district.
The Status of River flow in Ghaziabad:
Sl. No.
Name of the River /
Creek
Low Level
(Meter)
Medium
Level (Meter)
Danger Level
(Meter)
1.
Ganga
198.12
198.73
199.34
2.
Yamuna
199.67
200.38
202.42
3.
Hindan
202.10
203.31
204.52
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(A) List of Village which can be Flooded by Hindon River:
In Dooda region many village situated bank of Hindon river, In monsoon session
they might be flooded and around 7500 population can be affected.
List of village in Dooda region can be flooded:
S.No.
Name of Village
1
Bhaneda
2
Morti
3
Nangla
4
Attaur
5
Sadidq Nagar
6
Noor Nagar
7
Sihani
8
Karheda
9
Arthala
10
Chijarsi
11
Kanawni
12
Meethepur
13
Kaila
14
Aqbarpur
15
Bahrampur
16
Loni
(B) Water Logging in City area:
In urban city 110 big and small canal flows ( length 215 Squire KM), in rainy
season it’s become over flow so that every year low-lying areas of the city get
flooded during the monsoon due to poor drainage in the city.
List of water logging Area of Ghaziabad City:
S.No
Zone
Name of Colony / Mohalla
1
City Zone
Nandgram, Patel Nagar, Nai Basti, Ambedkar
Nagar, Navyug Market, Maliwara Chowk,
Ramteram Road Market,
2
Vijay Nagar
Gaushala under Pass, Indra Colony, Latthmar
Colony, Gaushala Phatak, BihariPura,
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Sudamapuri, Dunda Haida Talab, Sainya Vihar
3
Mohan Nagar
Harsh Colony, Panchsheel Colony, Tulsi
Niketan, Surya Nagar, Brij Vihar
4
Vasundhara
Shalimar Garden A & B block, Kaushambi,
Neelkanth, Gaumukh and Gangotri Tower
4.7.3 Fires:
From the past experience it is felt that most of the fire takes place in
Ghaziabad city is due to short circuit and ignorance. In the months of summer
due to rise in atmospheric temperature and climate remain very dry, hence the
probability of fire is more often taking place.
Vulnerable Areas of Ghaziabad City regarding Fire Incident:
S.No
Vulnerable Place
Reachable
For Overhead Tank or Hydrant
Fire Brigade Yes Point near by
or Not
1
Kaila Bhatta, Chopla
No
Only One Overhead Tank is
Mandir, Nagar Palika, Nai
available at Ramlila
Basti, Kirana Mandi,
Ground near Ghanta Ghar
Dasna Gate, Sihani Gate,
Delhi Gate, Turab Nagar
2
Saheed Nagar, Parsoda,
No
02 Hydrant Point is
Sahibabad, Jawahar
available Saheed Nagar
Park
and Village Sahibabad
4.7.4 Industrial Hazards:
Ghaziabad is most fastest growing city of India and world. With rapid
urbanization, many industries have sprung up in and around the city. The main
industrial pockets in Ghaziabad city are located at Sahibabad Industrial area,
Mohan Nagar Industrial Area, Loni Industrial Area, Meerut Road, B.S. Road,
Rajendra Nagar Industrial Area, Kavinagar and Modi Nagar.
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In Ghaziabad 07 Industries are notified in Major Hazard and 354 Industries
are in notified in Hazardous unit. Oil depots of the Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat
Petroleum Corporation and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited are
situated in Loni Industrial area near City.
M/S Gangotri
D-1, Udhyog
Hydroch
Plastisizers Ltd
Kunj, Hapur
loric
Mahrauli and
Bye Pass,
Acid,
Kajipura
Ghaziabad
Chlorina
Chlorine
Vilage
Populations
Expected Affected
be affected
Name of Area which can
Production
Hazardous involved /
Associated in Handling
or in Processing
Address
1
Name of Unit
S.No
Vulnerability of Ghaziabad regarding Major Hazard Unit:
5000
ted
Paraffin
2
M/S Jagjeet
17, Site-4,
Glass
Industries Unit
Sahibabad,
Bottle
and Universal
Ghaziabad
LPG Gas
22000
Sahibabad
and Chandra
Glass
3
Industrial Area
Nagar
M/S Mohan
Mohan
Glass
LPG Gas
Vasundhara,
Cristal Glass
Nagar,
Bottle
Release
Rajendra
Works
Ghaziabad
75000
Nagar, Mohan
Nagar,
Arthala,
4
M/S Bhushan
23, Site-4,
Cold
Toxic,
Vaishali,
Steel and Strips
Sahibabad
Rolled
Amonia,
Indrapuram
Coils
Nytrozen
and Village
and
Fire and
Mahrajpur
Sheets
Explosion,
Ltd
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M/S Bharat
Village Tila,
LPG
LPG Gas
Village Tila and
Petroleum
Sahbajpur,
Bullets
Release,
Sahbajpur
Corporation Ltd
Loni,
and
Fire and
Ghaziabad
Filling of
Explosion,
5000
LPG
6
M/S Indian Oil
Village
LPG
LPG Gas
Village
Above
Corporation Ltd
Banthala,
Bullets
Release,
Banthala
5000
Loni,
and
Fire and
Ghaziabad
Filling of
Explosion,
5000
LPG
7
M/S Hindustan
LPG Bottling
LPG
LPG Gas
Village Tila and
Petroleum
Plant, Loni,
Bullets
Release,
Sahbajpur
Corporation Ltd
Ghaziabad
and
Fire and
Filling of
Explosion,
LPG
4.7.5 EPIDEMICS HAZARD
In all the districts of Ghaziabad, preventive, primitive and curative health is being
looked after by the health department. There are also Dispensaries, referral
hospitals and community hospitals supplementing the task. With the view of
detecting epidemics at the earliest, an epidemiological cell has been
established under the Directorate of Health Services.
The following epidemics are monitored in Ghaziabad:
Cholera
Gastroenteritis
Acute Diarrohea / Dysentery
Infective Hepatitis
Encephalitis
Typhoid
In addition to the above, the following outbreaks are also monitored:
Dengue
Malaria
Viral Fever
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4.8 Probability Period / Seasonality of Disasters:
Probability Period / Seasonality of Disaster
Month
Name of
Disaster
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Flood
Thunderstorms
Drought
Fire Accident
Epidemic
Heat Stroke
Earthquake
4.9
Risk Assessment of Ghaziabad Regarding Hazards:
Type of Hazards Time of
Occurrence
Flood
JulySeptember
Potential Impact
Vulnerable areas
Loss of Life,
Livestock,
Infrastructure,
livelihood &
environment
30 Village of Tehsil
Ghaziabad and Garh
Mukteshwar is Most
vulnerable in Urban Slum
Area and those Wards
which are situated in Low
land areas like Nandgram,,
Nai Basti, Ambedkar
Colony, Indra Colony,
Latthmar Colony, Brij Bihar,
Suryanagar, Biharipura,
Sudamapuri, Dunda Haida
Talab, Sain Vihar, Harsh
Colony, Panchsheel
Colony, Tulsi Niketan,
Neelkanth, Patel Nagar,
Gaushala Under Pass,
Gaumukh and Gangotri
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Earthquake
Anytime
Loss of life,
Livestock,
Infrastructure,
livelihood &
environment
Sunstroke
April-May
Loss of Life &
livestock
Fire
March-June
Loss of Life,
Livestock,
Infrastructure,
livelihood &
environment
Chemical
Accidents
Anytime
Loss of Life,
Livestock,
Infrastructure,
livelihood &
environment
Lightening
April-July
Loss of Life
Road
Accidents
Rail Accident
Anytime
Hailstorm
March-May
Loss of live &
property
Loss of live &
property
Loss of live &
property
Anytime
Tower is vulnerable to water
logging .
All Part of Ghaziabad
district.
Most vulnerable: Housing
Apartments, Shopping
Malls, Bridges, Partially
Damage and Poor
Constructed house and
Building.
All Part of Ghaziabad
district.
Turabnagar, Goal Market,
Hindon Vihar, Kaila Bhatta,
Chopla Mandir, Nagar
Palika, Nai Basti, Kirana
Mandi, Dasna Gate, Sihani
Gate and Delhi Gate,
Saheed nagar, Parsoda,
Sahibabad and Jawahar
Park
Industrial Area Sahibabad,
Chandra Nagar,
Vasundhara, Rajecndra
Nagar, Mohan Nagar
Campus, Arthala, Vaishali,
Indraapuram, Village Tila,
Village Shahbajpur, Village
Banthala, Village Mahrauli,
Village Kajipura,
All Part of Ghaziabad
district.
All Part of Ghaziabad
district.
All Part of Ghaziabad
district.
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Chapter-V
Institution Arrangement
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5.1 Disaster Management Committee at the city Level:
The City Disaster Management Committee (CDMC) came into currency because
of the frequent occurrence of disasters in the city. The primary aim of the
committee is to have proper coordination among all the line departments. The
District Magistrate is the Chairman of the CDMC and the district level response is
coordinated under his guidance. The City Disaster Management Committee
exists to assist the ADM (F/R) in:
Reviewing the threats of disaster
Strengthen Capacity of District Disaster Management Authority
Analyzing the vulnerability of the district to such disasters
Evaluating the preparedness and Response
Considering suggestions for the improvement of the District Disaster
Management Plan
5.1.1 City Disaster Management Committee- Ghaziabad
Designation of the Personnel
Designation in the Committee
District Magistrate
Chairman
S.P. City
Member
ADM City
Member
SP Traffic
Member
Vice Chairman, GDA
Member
Municipal Commissioner, Nagar Nigam
Member
Executive Engineer, PWD
Member
District Supply Officer
Member
PD, DRDA
Member
Executive Engineer, Irrigation
Member
Executive Engineer, Power Corporation
Member
Executive Engineer, UP Housing Society
Member
Deputy Controller, Civil Defense
Member
Commandant, Home Guard
Member
Commandant 41 & 47 Battalion
Member
Chief Fire Officer
Member
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Chief Warden, Civil Defense
Member
Chief Medical Officer
Member
Chief Medical officer (Animal H& W)
Member
Assistant Director, Factory
Member
General Manager, BSNL
Manager
Regional Transport Officer,
Member
Superintendent Engineer, Jal Nigam
Member
Assistant Director, Information
Member
DIOS
Member
BSA
Member
Apar Mukhya Adhikari, Nagar Panchayat
Member
Manager UPSRTC
Manager
Group Commander, NCC
Member
Dist. Youth Coordinator, N.Y.K.
Member
Youth Officer, N.S.S.
Member
Bharat Scout & Guides
Member
Indian Red Cross Society
Member
President Indian Medical Association
Member
NGOs like Lions Club, Rotary Club & others
Member
District Project Assisstant, UNDP
Member
ADM Finance & Revenue
Member Secretary
This Committee will function as the main decision making cum
advisory body for the Urban Risk Reduction project. This body will be at the apex
of all initiatives for the urban vulnerability reduction in the City with jurisdiction
within the limits of Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation.
5.1.2 Responsibilities of the Committee:
To educate the public on different hazards and what protective steps should
be taken
To make arrangements for emergency action
To effect evacuation from ward community when necessary
Rescue and Rehabilitation
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Post Earthquake/ Flood and other calamity and review
A City Disaster Management Committee has been constituted, with two
taskforces to carry out regular activities for disaster management
5.1.3 Roles and Responsibilities of Disaster Management Committee:
The District Level Disaster Management Committee will meet every six months.
However, the committee may meet more frequently if the situation requires so.
The areas of concern for the Committee will be:(1) Create awareness among Government functionaries, technical
institutions, NGOs, CBOs, and Communities about Hazard, vulnerability
and possible preventive actions.
(2) Capacity building for certification by Government functionaries and
professionals (engineers and architects)
(3) Development and Institutionalizing of Disaster preparedness and response
plans and practice these through mock drills
(4) Development of a regulatory framework (techno-legal regime) to
promote safe construction Practices to ensure structural Safety.
(5) Networking knowledge on best practices and tools for effective Disaster
Risk Management, including creation of information systems containing
inventory of resources for emergency operations.
(6) The committee will meet in January and July every year to review
emergency preparedness in the district. The committee will discuss threats
and vulnerabilities in the district, identify potential sources of trouble and
disturbances, and take necessary decisions for prevention and
preparedness. The committee will appraise the capacity and
preparedness of all the first responder agencies: police, fire brigade and
civil defense.
(7) The Committee will discuss the on-site emergency plans prepared by all
the important installations in the city and decide upon safety and security
measures to be taken by private and public sector companies and
undertakings.
(8) The committee will appraise state of critical infrastructure: roads, drainage
and sewerage, water supply, electricity, and telecommunications. The
committee will take appropriate decisions for the continuity and
maintenance of the essential infrastructure and develop necessary backup plans.
(9) The committee will convene immediately following any emergency,
natural or man-made. The committee will decide upon specific steps to
be taken for dealing with the disaster.
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5.2 Working Group No - I (Non-technical)
Designation of the Personnel
Designation in the Committee
Municipal Commissioner
Chairman
ADM (F/R)
Member Secretary
S.P City
Member
Commandant Home Guards
Member
Commandant 41 & 47 Battalion
Member
Chief Fire Officer
Member
Deputy Controller, Civil Defense
Member
C.M.O
Member
Nominated persons from
Member
Development Authority
District Supply Officer
Member
Nagar Swasthya Adhikari, Jal Nigam
Member
President IMA
Member
District coordinator NYK
Member
District Project Assisstant, UNDP
Member
Loins, Rotary Club
Member
Nominated member from
Member
RWAs and others sources
The broad objectives of this executive Group as per policy
guidelines issued by the City Disaster Management Committee and the Govt.
directives includes:-
Creating awareness among Government functionaries, technical
institutions, NGOs,
CBOs, and Communities about Urban hazard,
vulnerability and possible preventive actions. For this, planning and
implementation of awareness campaign strategies through
workshops/seminars/meetings /consultations/development of IEC
materials/ local methods of awareness generation program.
Development of city and ward level Disaster preparedness and
response plans and practicing through periodic mock drills.
Capacity building of various stakeholders for urban risk reduction.
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Regular Consultations with various agencies such as urban local
bodies, NGOs, practicing engineers, architects, real estate developers,
builders and contractors etc.
Developing the response structure from ward to city level, formation of
City and Ward level Disaster management teams (DMTs) and
specialized training of Disaster management teams (DMTs) at ward
and city levels along with preparedness (mock)drills at city and ward
levels.
Coordination and linkages.
5.3
Working Group No – II (Technical)
Designation of the Personnel
Designation in the Committee
Vice Chairman, GDA
Apare Nagar Ayukt
Chairman
Member Secretary
Town Planner & Country Planning
Member
Chief Engineer, Nagar Nigam
Member
Chief Engineer, GDA
Member
Town Planner, GDA
Member
Superintendent Engineer, P.W.D. (Building)
Member
Superintendent Engineer, P.W.D. (Roads)
Member
Superintendent Engineer, P.W.D.
Member
Addl. Chief/Superintendent Engineer,
Power Corporation
Member
Superintendent Engineer, Jal Nigam
Member
Superintendent Engineer, Irrigation
Member
Representative of Architects Association
Member
Representative of Engineers Association
Member
Representative of Builder Association
Member
Representative of NHAI
Member
Representative of UP Bridge Corporation
Member
Representative of CPWD
Member
Representative of RWAs
Member
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The broad objectives of this executive working group in terms of the guidelines of
the City Disaster management Committee and Govt. directives includes:-
(1) Enforcement of Building Bye laws and it’s compliance mechanism.
(2) Development of the regulatory framework (techno-legal regime) to
promote safe construction and systems to ensure compliance.
(3) Capacity building for certification by Govt. functionaries and professionals
(4) Orientation of techno-legal human and material aspects and capacity
building of for Urban Earthquake vulnerability reduction.
(5) Creating framework for compulsory certification system for engineers and
architects to set standard levels of competence among all practitioners.
(6) Capacity building of practicing/serving engineers and architects as also
students of engineering and architecture for awareness generation,
mitigation measures and development of earthquake preparedness
plans.
(7) Steps to integrate disaster management features with development plans
of the city.
(8) Interact and act on the suggestions of the State Hazard safety cell and
District Hazard safety cell as per Govt. directives and rules.
5.4 First Responder:
In Ghaziabad, mainly three agencies are capable and first responder in
any disaster situations. The district administration heavily depended on these
agencies in such a critical situation in the city.
5.4.1 District Police
In Ghaziabad, the District Police, Fire Services, and Civil Defense are the first
responders in an emergency situation: The District Police has 23 police stations,
out of which 09 are in urban areas, and remaining 14 are in rural areas. The Senior
Superintendent of Police, supported by 04 Superintendents of Police, and 14 CO
leads the Police Force in the district.
5.4.2 Fire Department
Ghaziabad has a multi-station fire service, which is supervised by the State Fire
Service. In recent time, Ghaziabad district has 5 Fire stations which is working
under one CFO and 5 Fire Station Officer.
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5.4.3 Civil Defense
The city of Ghaziabad has a set-up for Civil Defense, which assists the district
administration in all crisis and emergency situations.
The District Magistrate is the Controller of the Civil Defense.
An officer of the rank of Deputy Collector is Deputy Controller, Civil
Defense.
At the operational level, the Chief Warden is head of the district unit.
Under the Chief Warden, there are 05 divisions, organized territorially. Divisions are
headed by the Divisional Wardens, supported by Deputy Divisional Wardens.
Every division has 10 posts, and every post has 10 sector wardens. The Police and
the Local Intelligence Unit vet the Civil Defense personnel before their
appointment.
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Figure: 1 Response Structure
Figure 1: Response Structure at State and District-Level During Warning Phase
1.
2.
3.
4.
Intelligence Agencies
(CID, Local
Intelligence Unit, & GOI Agencies)
(Civil Disturbances & Terrorism)
Directorate of Factories (Chemical
Hazards)
Irrigation Departmen (Flooding)
Indian Meteorological Department,
s
Lucknow
(Rainfall & Earthquake),
(Chemical Hazards)
All India Radio,
Doordarshan,
Cable TV,
Newspapers, and
Public Announcement
Chief Secretary/ Relief Commissioner /
Emergency Operations Center
Office of Divisional Commissioner
District Magistrate /
District Control Room
Army and Police
Fire Service
Civil Defense
Revenue
Transport
Deploy Army /
Police
Deploy Fire
Personnel
Deploy Divisional
and Sector
Wardens
Seek briefing from
Intelligence /
Early Warning
Agencies
Inform the UPSTRC
bus depots and
transporters
Participate in
Search and
Rescue
Assist in Search
and Rescue
Inform the district
administration of
local issues
Assist in
evacuation and
relief
transportation
Undertake repairs
to roads and
critical facilities
such as water
supply & Electricity
Cordon the
affected area
Inform other
fire stations for
assistance
Estimate the
number of
vehicles required
Divert and control
traffic
Support the
disabled, old
and women
Constitute peace
/ coordination /
civil defense
committees
Participate in
Search and
Rescue and
provide first aid
Organize trucks /
dozers / dumpers
for removal of
debris
Ensure continuity
of essential
services to all the
localities of the city
Maintain law &
order
Prepare for first
aid
Establish contact
with first
responders:
Police, Fire
Services, and Civil
Defense
Inform line
departments/
agencies at all
levels
Organize search
and rescue and
evacuation.
Ready transit
shelters
Form Peace /
Citizen
Coordination
Committees
Organize relief
and recovery
Keep the vehicles
in readiness
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PWD / MC /
Irrigation / UPSEB
Engineers to report
immediately
Health
NGOs
Notify all the
hospitals /
Doctors and
Paramedics to
report
Keep
ambulances in
readiness
NGOs to inform
community
Organize
facilities for
trauma care
Support the
disabled, old,
women, and
children
Plan for relief
distribution
Secure
supplies of
medicines /
vaccines
Ready surgery
facilities
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Assist in
evacuation
Figure 2: Response Structure on Occurrence of Disaster at the State Level
Ministries at National
Level: Defense, Ministry
of Agriculture, Army,
Ministry of Environment
& Forests, Railways,
Telecom, Aviation
Chief Secretary/ Home Secretary
Relief Commissioner / EOC
Line Departments at State
Level: Home, Health, UPSEB,
Irrigation,
MC,
PWD,
Transport
NGOs, UP Red
UNICEF, Donors
Media
Comm.
Office of Divisional Commissioner
Cross,
&
Directorate of
Publicity &
Information,
All India Radio,
Doordarshan
Cable TV
Local and
National
Newspapers
International Agencies
and NGOs: UN, CARE,
OXFAM, ACTION AID,
etc.
District Magistrate / Additional
District Magistrate
Health
Response
Admin.
Directorate of
Health,
Private
Hospitals &
Nursing
Homes, Blood
Banks, and UP
Red Cross
Police, Army,
Fire Service,
Civil Defense
Revenue,
Municipal
Corporations,
PWD, JAL
NIGAM,
Irrigation,
UPSRTC
UPSEB, and
NGOs
Revenue
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Recovery
Revenue,
Municipal
Corporation, DA,
PWD, JAL
NIGAM,
Irrigation,
UPSEB,
Ministry of
Agriculture,
GOI, BSNL,
Railways, NGOs,
International
Agencies
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Figure 3: Organization of Response Mechanisms at the District Level
District Control Room,
Ghaziabad
Police / Traffic Control
Rooms
Critical Infrastructure
Departments
Industry Associations
/ NGOs
Transit / Relief Centers
Citizens’ Peace /
Coordination Committee
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Figure 4: Responsibilities of Primary Responders
Chief
Secretary/
Commissioner / EOC
Line Departments at State
Level: Home, Health, Housing,
UPSEB, JAL NIGAM, PWD,
Transport
Relief
District Magistrate/ District
Control Room
Office of Divisional Commissioner
NGOs, UP Red Cross, UNICEF,
National and International
Donors
Government of India,
Railways, Telecom
District Police /
Fire Service
Civil Defense
Information
and Public
Relations
Health
Department /
Hospitals
A.D.M. / S.D.M. /
Tehsildar
Maintain law
and order
Engage in
fire-fighting
Support
search and
rescue
Provide first
aid and
ambulance
service
Provide info. To
all the media
channels
Facilitate
coverage of
media teams
Prepare press
notes
Provide first aid
and clinical
services
Replenish
medicines
Set up Transit
Camps
Undertake
search and
rescue
Evacuate to
safe places &
Assist in
distribution of
relief
Supervise and
control traffic
Man all posts and
monitor the
situation
Provide necessary
assistance to
district admn.
Assist in search and
rescue, and
evacuation
If
necessary,
set up a triage
Distribute food
and essential
items & maintain
accounts of relief
Respond to
HazMat
accidents
Participate in first
aid and other
essential medical
services
Organize
media briefings
Coordinate with
line departments
Provide
tankers for water
supply and chlorine
for clean water
Maintain vigil
over critical
installations
Set up
decontamina
t-ion zone for
chemical
accidents
Organize relief
camps & transit
shelters along with
the revenue dept.
Provide
trauma care
and arrange
for orthopedic
surgeries
Maintain blood
supply Monitor
health situation
Coordinate with
NGOs
Organize mass
vaccination
and
immunization
Assess damages &
Plan recovery and
rehabilitation
Repair roads /
irrigation structures
and ensure
continuity of relief
supply
Provide essential
services in transit
shelters / relief
camps
Army/ IAF
Maintain law
and order
Provide necessary
services in relief
camps / transit
shelters
Supervise
evacuation
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PWD / Irrigation/ Jal
Nigam / GDA/
UPSEB/ Municipal
Corp.
Provide earthmoving equipment
for debris clearance
Provide trucks for
movement of
people
Maintain essential
services: water
supply, and
electricity
District Transport
Officer & Depot
Manager
NGOs
Provide buses and
private trucks for
evacuation
Provide transport for
supplies of relief
Assist in
evacuation
Ensure movement
of public transport
Organize relief
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Set up transit
shelters
Provide
medical help
and
psychological
counseling
Assist in
recovery and
rehab.
Coordinate
with govt.
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Chapter- VI
Emergency Response Plan
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Emergency Response Plan
6.1 Introduction
The need for an effective disaster management strategy is to lessen disaster impact
which can be achieved through strengthening the existing organizational and
administrative structure at district and state level. The Emergency Response Plan is a
first attempt to follow a multi-hazard approach to bring out all the disasters on a
single platform and incorporates the ‘culture of quick response’. Under the plan,
common elements responsible for quick response have been identified and a set of
responsible activities has been articulated. It provides a framework to the primary
and secondary agencies and departments, which can outline their own activities
for disaster response. The plan will also include specific disaster action plans along
with modal scenarios in detail to conduct practice drills at district administration
level.
6.2 Methodology of Response Plan
Identification of disasters in the district depending on:
•
•
•
•
Past records
Geological settings
Vulnerability associated in context to the disaster
Risk assessment according to the socio-economic conditions
Identification of emergency response functions in consultation to the
guidelines provided by state nodal agency
Identification of responsible government and non-government agencies
depending upon response functions
Identification of responsible officers, manpower and resources
Identification of primary and secondary agencies and demarcation of roles
and responsibilities as per their functions
Conducting regular trainings, meetings and mock drills
6.3 Response Levels
Most of the disasters are to be managed at the State and District level. The Centre
plays a supporting role in providing resources and assistance. It will mobilize support
in terms of various emergency teams, support personals, specialized equipments
and operating facilities depending upon the scale of the disaster. Active assistance
would be provided only after the declaration of national emergency level.
(National Disaster Response Plan, 2001) State and district Emergency Operations
Centre would activate in case of emergency. District Authority of affected area will
establish an Onsite Emergency Operations Centre. Teams of all three levels would
establish their link with each other for mobilizing resources and manpower based on
situation analysis.
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6.3.1 Response Plan
The Response plan establishes an organized setup to conduct ESF operations for any
of the Natural and Manmade Disasters. It outlines an implementing framework of
sharing resources as per the requirement within National and State level
department will be engaged to support during an emergency situation. The
Response Plan has structured the response of concerned department’s i.e. primary
and supporting departments to be organized and function together with grouping
capabilities, skills, resources, and authorities across the State and district
Government with the ESF plan. The plan unifies the efforts of State Departments and
supporting agencies to be involved in emergency management for a
comprehensive effort to reduce the effects of any emergency or disaster within the
state.
6.3.2 Incident Command System (ICS)
The ICS was first established in 1970 after a wild fire outbreak of California. It is widely
accepted by Americans and now many other parts of world too. It is assumed that
ICS can also be adapted by the Indian system of disaster response. ICS is a modal
tool to command, coordinate and use of resources at the site of the incident. It is
base d on the management and direction tools those experts and managers are
already aware too. It is a very flexible, cost effective and efficient management
system.
6.3.3 Emergency Support Functions (ESFs)
Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) are the essentials of Emergency Management
comprising of various coordinating agencies, which manage and coordinate
specific kinds of assistance common to all disasters types. The plan establishes an
organized set-up to conduct ESF operations for any of the Natural and Manmade
Disasters. It outlines an implementing framework of sharing resources and
coordinating, preparedness, Mitigation, response and recovery as per the
requirement. The Plan has structured the activities of concerned agencies i.e.
primary/nodal and support agencies into an organized manner according to their
capabilities, skills, resources and authorities across the state and district government.
It also attempts to unify efforts of state departments so that they are involved in
emergency management comprehensively to reduce the effects of any
emergency or disaster within the state.
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6.3.4 Primary and Secondary Agencies
The designated primary agency would be assisted by one or more supporting
agencies (secondary agencies) and will be responsible to manage activities of the
Emergency Support Functions and ensuring the mission accomplished. The primary
and secondary agencies have the authority to execute response operations to
directly support the state needs.
6.3.5 Situation Reports
Situation reports provide an update o f relief operation at regular intervals. These
reports are crucial for planning out response actions to be affected areas. The
situation reports provide information about the disaster status, casualties, status of
flow of relief materials, arrival/departure of teams etc.
6.3.6 Quick Response Teams (QRTs)
The QRTs at district level should leave for the affected site within 3 to 6 hours of the
event after the declaration of emergency. They have been adequately briefed by
their respective departments. Team should be self-sufficient in terms of resources,
equipments, survival kits and response work
6.3.7 Emergency Operation Centre (EOC)
EOC is a nodal point for the overall coordination and control of response work in
case of any disaster situation. In case of any disaster district level EOC have to be
activated. The primary function of EOC is to facilitate smooth inflow and outflow of
relief and other disaster related activities. These EOCs act as bridges between
District and State Govt.
6.4 Operational –Coordination Structure
Each organization generally has a framework for direction of its operation and
coordination between its different units. Disaster Management generally requires
partnership between organizations and stakeholders. An effective and early
response requires mobilization of manpower, equipments and materials belonging
to different originations which may not be working together during normal times.
Therefore a framework needs to be prescribed as a part of emergency planning for
operational directions and coordination during response phase. This plan recognizes
role of District Magistrate in providing overall operational direction and coordination
for all the response functions. With the help of District Disaster Management
Committee and District Emergency Operation Centre District Magistrate has
formulated following coordination structure for response plan.
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6.4.1 Trigger Mechanism
As soon as Emergency Operation centre would get the information about any
event, the staff on duty in EOC will pass the information the concerned authority
and seek for his instruction for further actions. If the information pertains to the
occurrence of a disaster in any part of the district, the staff on duty will also try to
inform District Disaster Management Committee members, Emergency Support
Functions-team leaders, Major hospitals and District Disaster Management Authority
etc. The staff on duty will also be responsible to reclaim information related to type,
magnitude and location of the disaster and also inform it to responsible authorities.
The EOC in-charge will also inform all the details to District Magistrate and State
EOC. All the desk officers/team leaders and Incident Command Team members will
also be informed to immediately report at District EOC. Incident Command team
and Desk officials would respond as per their standard operating procedures and
directions of Incident Commander(IC).
Fig 6.4.1:
Trigger Mechanism for District EOC
District Emergency Operation Centre
Designed EOC In Charge
Desk Arrangements: ESF Commanders
Communication
Health
Electricity
Search and Rescue
Law and Order
Relief and Shelter
Water Supply
Debris Clearance and Sanitation
Help Lines
Transport
DDMC/DDMA
Members
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Sections of Incident
Command Teams
Logistics
Planning
Operation
Finance and
Administration
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6.5 Activation of Incident Command System
Depending upon the location and degree of disaster, Incident Commander (IC)
would be appointed. Most of the time, District Magistrate of the affected district
undertakes responsibility as Incident Commander and take up following immediate
actions
Incident Commander will designate Incident Management Team (IMT)
according to the rank requirement and assigned responsibilities under four
sections of Logistics, Planning, Finance and Administration.
Incident Commander will direct to the EOC in-charge to inform all the DDMC
members about the incident and Incident Command Post.
Incident Commander will direct a senior officer of ADM rank to coordinate
with the team leader of Emergency Support Functions (ESFs)
EOC/PCR will also pass the information to the heads of emergency support
functions and Incident Management Team about the location of Incident
Command Post.
Direct EOC in-charge to pass the information to the State apex body/Unified
commander
Table 6.5: Rank for District level Incident Command Team
S.No.
ICS Position
Suggested rank and
position for District level
ICS
1
Incident Commander
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Liaison Officer
Information Officer
Safety Officer
Operation Chie
Planning Section Chief
Logistic Section Chief
Finance/ Adm. Section
Chief
Situation Unit Leader
Resource Unit Leader
Supply Unit Leader
Communication Unit
Leader
Facilities Unit Leader
Ground Support Unit
Leader
Medical Unit Leader
District Magistrate,
Ghaziabad
ADM F&R
ADM City
Chief Fire Officer
ADM F&R
ADM (E)
Municipal Commissioner
SDM Sadar
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
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CO and SDM
VC, GDA
DSO
SSP
Executive Engineer, PWD
RTO
CMO
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6.5.1 Responsibilities of Incident Management Team
(i) Incident Commander:
Incident Commander (IC) shall rush to the Emergency Operations Centre
(EOC) where technical experts and section chiefs shall join him. He shall
remain in the contact of EOC to know the updated status of incident
In consultation to technical experts Incident Command Post (ICP) shall be
selected near incident site. Site selection shall be on the basis of the wind
prevailing directions and probability of secondary hazards etc.
Obtain updates of the incident situation from ICP and establish a link for
continuous communication through dedicated telephone lines with speaker
phones, set of walkie-talkies, computer link etc. with the help of coordinator
Supervise the overall management of each function through respective
members of DDMC and expediting response whenever required
Identify the hazardous and threatened areas based on map and information
received ICP
Take a decisions on requirement and priorities of evacuation and organize
the resources to execute the same
Based on the inputs from the first responders, and experts available at ICP,
identify the additional resources requirement and initiate mobilization with
the help of section chiefs.
Coordinate with the other district authorities and state authority
After making required arrangement, Incident Commander shall visit incident
site to supervise the situation
He shall also take decisions in demobilizing the resources after the incident
(ii) Operations Chief:
Most preferred rank for the operation chief is Additional District Magistrate (ADM)
Finance and Revenue. Following are the duties designated for Operation Chief:
Responsible for the management of all operations directly applicable
to the primary mission. He will activate the Emergency Support
Functions and coordinate with the teams leaders of ESFs.
Activates and supervises organization elements in accordance with
the Incident Action Plan (IAP) and directs its execution
Determine need and request additional resources
Review suggested list of resources to be rebased and initiate
recommendation for release of resources
Make expedient changes to IAP as necessary
Report Information about special activities, events or occurrences to
Incident Commander
Maintain Unit / Activity details
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(iii) Planning Section Chief
Planning section chief shall be responsible for performing following duties:
Collection, evaluation, dissemination and use of information about the
development of incident and status of resources. Information is needed to:
Understand the current situation
Prepare alternative strategies and control operations
Supervise preparation of Incident Action Plan (IAP)
Provide input to IC and Operation Chief in preparation of IAP
Reassign out of service personnel already on site to other positions as
appropriate
Determine need for any specialized resources in support of the incident
Establish information requirements and reporting schedules for Planning Section
Unit (e.g. Resources, Situation Unit).
Compile and display incident status information
Oversee preparation and implementation of Incident Demobilization Plan
Incorporate Plans (e.g. Traffic, Medical, Site Safety and Communication) into
IAP.
Maintain Unit / Activity details.
(iv) Logistic Section Chief
Logistic section chief shall be an officer of rank of ADM. He shall be responsible for
providing facilities, services and materials at incident site. He will participate in
preparation and implementation of Incident Action Plan (IAP) and activates &
supervise Logistic section.
Assign work locations & tasks to section personnel
Participate in preparation of IAP
Identify service and support requirements for planned and expected
operations
Coordinate and process requests for additional resources
Provide input to / review communication plan, Traffic plan, medical
plan etc
Prepare service and support elements of IAP
Recommend release of unit resources as per DMOD plan
Maintain Unit/ Activity details
6.6 Emergency Support Function (ESF) Plan
6.6.1 Need of ESF Plan
A disaster causes immense loss to human lives in a massive scale. If a formalized and
timely response would not take place death toll can increase immensely. Therefore
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each district and state formulates a Emergency Response Plan consisting several
Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) related to Communication, Search and
Rescue, evacuation, law and order, medical response and Trauma Counseling,
water supply, electricity, warning and transport etc. All of these emergency
functions consist of emergency plans that would be activated at the time of
emergency.
The ESF Plan document outlines the objective, scope, organization setup and
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for each ESF that is to be followed by the
respective ESF agencies when the Incident commander will activate the response
plan. Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) provides a basic concept of the
operations and responsibilities of Disaster Management Team, Nodal and
Secondary agencies.
6.6.2 ESF Organizational Setup and Inter-relationships:
The plan establishes an organized setup to conduct ESF operations for any of the
Natural and Manmade Disasters. It outlines an implementing framework of sharing
resources and coordinating, preparedness, Mitigation, response and recovery as
per the requirement. National and State level department will be engaged to
support during an emergency situation. The Plan has structured the activities of
concerned agencies i.e. Nodal and support agencies into an organized manner
grouping their capabilities, skills, resources, and authorities across the State and
district Government. The plan unifies the efforts of State Departments and support
agencies so that they are involved in emergency management comprehensively to
reduce the effects of any emergency or disaster within the state.
The Revenue Department is the Primary Agency coordinating all Disaster Risk
Management Efforts at State Level. However there will be Other Agencies Involved
in-charge of Different ESFs.
Each ESF shall have an ESF Nodal agency, and a number of support agencies. The
ESF Nodal agency shall be directly linked to the Incident Commander/District
Magistrate and the State EOC, and will be the main coordinator in charge of the
ESF. The support agencies to the ESF shall support the Nodal agency in establishing
and managing the emergency shelter and rehabilitation.
At the district level, the Nodal Agency will lead the ESF with direct link to the Incident
Commander of the District and the district EOC. The Nodal Agency will also be a
member of the Incident Management Team lead by an officer of the
Revenue/Police or other department as decided upon by the district IC, and as
required by the Incident Manager who may draw upon some or all of the ESFs for
onsite response. The Nodal Agency must hence nominate a Team Leader (TL) at the
State level and district level, and a member for the IMT(s) in advance, with
appropriate (at least two) backstopping arrangements.
The Nodal and Support Agencies must together or separately (as decided
according to need of the specialized function) constitute QRTs with members, and
appropriate (at least two) backstopping arrangements. Team Leader (TL) of EOC
would be on the basis of its authorities, resources, and capabilities in the functional
area. He would be the member of Disaster Management Team that represents all of
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the key functions of the district in a single location under the direction of the District
Magistrate (Incident Commander).
All persons nominated, and all teams must go through a sensitization, training and
must be acquainted with the Standard Operating Procedures of the ESF Plan. They
must practice and update their plan and SOP regularly (at least twice a year) each
of the Nodal and Support agencies would also comprise of quick response team
trained to carry out their functions at the response site.
The success of ESF will be of critical importance and would reflect in the lives saved
in the golden hour. Below a list of ESFs has been given which will be activated at
state/district level during emergency situation.
6.6.3 Structure of Emergency Support Function:
ESFs
ESF 1
ESF
2
ESF
3
Function
Coordination
Communication
Emergency
Public
Information,
Help line &
Warning
Scope
Establishing
Effective
Coordination mechanism
for smooth Relief and
Response Activities
Nodal Agency /
Team Leader
District Magistrate
Establishing,
using,
maintaining, augmenting,
and providing backup for
all of the types of
communications devices
needed
during
emergency
response
operations.
The flow of accurate and
timely
emergency
information is critical to the
protection of lives and
property in the wake of a
catastrophic
event.
Preparation
and
SSP
Vice Chairman,
GDA
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Support Agency
S.S.P,ADM (F/R);
ADM (E); ADM City,
Municipal
Commissioner, Vice
Chairman GDA, Chief
Fire Officer; CMO,
Executive Engineer
PWD, Engineer Jal
Nigam, Executive
Engineer Power
Corporation, AH& V
Officer, NYK; Civil
Defense, Home Guards
and all other relevant
departments.
Bharat Sanchar Nigam
Limited, NIC, Police /
Fire/ Revenue Wireless
operator, Ham Radio
Operator Clubs,
Telecom Dept., Mobile
Operators, FM Radio,
Local Cable TV
Network, Electronic and
Print Media, Signals IMD,
CWC, Radio and
Doordarshan.
Assistant Director
Information, DIOS, BSA,
District Sports Officer,
NGOs, Emergency
operation centre,
Local Cable TV
Network , Media, NSS,
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ESF 4
Search &
Rescue
ESF 5
Evacuation
ESF6
Emergency
Medical
Response
ESF7
Relief
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dissemination
of
notifications,
updates,
warnings, and instructional
messages, making the
help line operational
Removal of trapped and
injured
persons
from
buildings collapses and
other structural collapses,
administering first aid, and
assisting in transporting the
seriously injured to medical
facilities.
This
activity
involves
the
use
of
professional and volunteer
search teams including the
use of dog teams.
Immediately following an
earthquake people may
need to be evacuated
from structures that have
been damaged and are
likely to receive more
damage when hit by one
or more of the aftershocks
Mass
management,
health, Medical,
health services
fatality
Public
Mental
Optimizing Food and Civil
Supplies to the needful.
Accommodating homeless
and affected people and
providing
mass care
Scout & Guide.
Chief Fire
Officer / Deputy
Controller, Civil
Defense
SP City
CMO / CMS
Health
ADM F&R
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Fire Dept; PAC 41 &
47, NDRF, Police Dept,
Police cum Dog
handler, Civil
Defense; Home
Guards, Health Dept,
PWD, Nagar Nigam,
GRP, NCC, NYK, NSS,
Rotary Club, RWAs
and NGOs
PAC 41 and 47
Battalion, GRP, Home
Guards , Civil Defence,
NCC, NSS Voluntary
Organisations,
Community
Volunteers, NYKS and
Rotary Club
IMA, Yashoda
Hospital, Narendra
Mohan Hospital and
DOT Centre, Santosh
Medical College,
Pushpanjali Crosslay
Hospital, Ganesh
Hospital Sarvoday
Hospital; Blood Bank;
Indian Red Cross
Society; Nursing
Homes; Pathology and
Clinic , NSS; Rotary
Club; Lions Club;
Ambulance Services;
Medicine Stockiest.
District Supply office;
Revenue Dept,
Chamber of
Commerce, Market
Association, Social
Welfare Dept, PWD,
Jal Nigam, Nagar
Nigam, Civil Society,
Rotary Club etc.
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ESF8
ESF 9
Restoration and repair of
Electric and Water supply
system to minimize the
impact on critical service
to the public
Water,
ElectricityTransport
Debris
Clearance
ESF
10
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Law and Order
The identification, removal,
and disposal of rubble,
wreckage,
and
other
material which block or
hamper the performance
of emergency response
functions and procure
needed equipments from
support agencies using
IDRN; should be a high
priority action
Law and Order
enforcement for
Public Safety Police
Dept
ADM (City)
Jal Nigam, Nagar
Nigam, Irrigation,
PWD, Panchayti Raj
Institutions, Civil
Society, RTO, Power
Corporation, Local
Trade Suppliers,
Health Dept etc.
Municipal
Commissioner
Nagar Nigam, Forest
Officer; PWD; NHAI,
CPWD, Jal Nigam,
GDA, Irrigation, UP
Bridge Corporation, UP
Power Corporation
ADM
( City)
SP City, SP Traffic,
Commandant 41 & 47
Battalion,
Commandant Home
Guards, GRP, CO, Civil
Defense warden.
6.6.3.1 Emergency Support Function # 1 : Coordination
Team Leader
Support Agencies
: District Magistrate, Ghaziabad
:S.S.P.; ADM (F/R); ADM (E); ADM (City), Municipal
Commissioner, VC- GDA, CMO, Chief Fire Officer; DSO,
Commandant ( PAC 41 and 47th Battalion),
Commandant (Home guards) , Executive Engineer
(PWD), Executive Engineer (Jal Nigam), Executive
Engineer (Power Corporation) Civil Defence, NYK, and
other relevant departments of District desired during the
crisis.
In anticipation of any disaster, the district administration has taken various
precautionary measures. Functioning of the Control Room, Closure of past breaches
in river and canal embankments and guarding of weak points, rain recording and
submission of rainfall report, communication of Gauge reading, deployment of
power/country boats, installation of temporary VHF stations, arrangement for
keeping telephone and telegraph lines in order, storage of food stuff, arrangement
for keeping drainage clear, agricultural / health /veterinary measures, selection of
flood / Earthquake shelters, etc. have been properly planned. The government
officials of different departments have been apprised of their duties for pre, during
and post disaster periods.
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The Circle Officers, SDMs, ULBs, Executive Engineers of Water Resource Department,
Executive Engineers of PWD Department, Executive Engineers of Power Corporation,
CMO, A H &Veterinary, District Supply Officer etc. have been requested to take all
precautionary and preparatory measures and to remain alert to face the challenge
of any disaster. The other government officials have also been apprised of their roles
and responsibilities to be played during pre-disaster arrangement and during/postdisaster management. Every possible kind of cooperation from all the line
departments has been sought for by the district administration in combating the
severe natural calamities that may occur anytime.
Response Frame Work: Coordination
ESF No. 1
Coordination
Team Leader
District Magistrate
Support Agency
• SSP
• ADM (E), ADM (F&R),
ADM City
• Municipal Commissioner
• VC, GDA
• CFO
• CMO
• District Animal
Husbandry Officer
• Executive Engineer PWD
• Executive Engineer
Power Corporation
• Executive Engineer Jal
Nigam
• Commandant PACs 41
&47 Battalion
• Commandant Home
Guards
• Civil Defence
• NYK
Preparedness Phase
Functioning EOC
Regular Updating and Situation analysis of any calamity
through IMD
• Close look and Patrolling of weak point of Embankment
of River and Canal
• Rain Recording and Submission of Rain Fall Report
• Installation of temporary VHF stations
• Arrangement for keeping telephone and Fax lines in
order
• Storage of food stuff, arrangement for keeping
drainage clear, agricultural / health /veterinary
measures, selection of shelters, etc. have been properly
planned.
• The government officials of different departments have
been apprised of their duties for pre, during and post
disaster periods.
Response Phase
The Circle Officers, SDMs, B.D.Os, ULBs, Executive Engineers
of Water Resource Department, Executive Engineers of
PWD Department, Executive Engineers of Power
Corporation, Executive Engineers of Irrigation Department,
Health, Police, A H & Veterinary, District Supply Officer etc.
have been requested to take all precautionary and
preparatory measures and to remain alert to face the
challenge of any disaster.
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Responsibilities
• Maintaining Coordination among all stakeholders to manage critical situations
• Strengthening EOC
• Arrangement all unmet needs during in emergency
• Patrolling all vulnerable points
• Resource Mapping
• Roles and Responsibility of all Govt and Non Govt. agencies.
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Response Frame Work # 2 : Communication
Preparedness Phase
• Communication preparedness and
response plan containing emergency
contact, TORs for team leaders, nodal
officers and quick response team.
• Emergency tool kits in place.
• SOPs and drills for all.
• Check list for maps of district
exchanges and communication hubs.
ESF No. 2
Communication
Team Leader
SSP
Support Agency
• Bharat Sanchar Nigam
Limited
• NIC
• Police / Fire / Revenue
Wireless
• Assistant Director,
Information
• Local Cable TV Network
• HAM representatives
• Private Telecom Agencies
• Mobile Operator
• FM Radio
• Electronic and Print Media
• Doordarshan
Responsibilities
Coordination of State actions
to assure the provision of
telecommunication to support
the state and district.
Coordinate the requirement of
temporary telecommunication
in the affected areas
Response Phase
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IC will call the TL of Primary Agency
and get the ESF activated.
TL of primary agency will call nodal
officers of supporting agencies.
TL would activate the State Quick
response Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the
affected site.
QRTs will report the situation and the
progress in response activities to the
respective EOCs.
Radio Communication with local EOC
Identify operational telecom facilities
Identify requirement of additional of
telecom facilities
Plan action of private telecom
companies
Establish Temporary mobile
exchanges on priority
Temporary communication facility for
Public
Activation of HAM- Radio network
6.6.3.2 Emergency Support Function # 2: Communication
Background
The Emergency Support Function (ESF) ‘Communication’ supports the Response
Plan in case of Major Communication links damage in various parts of the city
during a Disaster and there is a requirement for immediate restoration or
replacement of the network. The Objective of the ESF is to provide failsafe and
reliable communications support during and after a disaster; to restore
communication facilities in the aftermath of a disaster and provide vital
communication linkages between Emergency Operation Centers, and important
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response agencies. This ESF encompasses setting up of temporary communication
centers in and around the area of impact and activation of Mobile units in case of
widespread damage in a disaster like an earthquake.
Team Leader:
SSP, Ghaziabad
Support Agencies
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Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
NIC
Police/ Fire / Revenue wireless
HAM Representatives
Private Telecom Representatives
Situation Assumptions
1. There would be congestion in the network because of increased calls to control
rooms due to panic created in the community.
2. The initial reports on damage may not give a clear picture of the extent of
damage to Communication network.
3. The affected site may cut off from the state control rooms and the officials on
site and find difficulty in communicating to the District/State EOC.
4. Police wireless network will only be the reliable communication network till the
other communication networks are fully restored.
It is possible that telephone service will be disrupted very badly in a major
earthquake for a period of time. Not all components of the telephone system will be
equally affected, but initially the failure of land- based components will cause a
general failure of the total system’s reliability. As the telephone system is gradually
brought back into service in accordance with the priorities given to it, it may allow
limited use by the competent authorities within a matter of hours after the
earthquake.
As this is not a dependable or even predictable situation, this plan must require the
capability to carry out emergency response independent of the commercial
telephone system. While the use of existing radio systems is an obvious solution, the
simultaneous breakdown in delivery of electric power distribution may limit those
capabilities as well. Other simple means of communication, such as handwritten
memo delivered by courier, and verbal communication through personal liaison, will
also be necessary.
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Scope:
This function is limited to the emergency communications requirements only. As
such, the restoration of public sector communication could be carried out as a part
of the Department of Telecommunication’s emergency functions during disaster.
THE TASKS:
Immediate Tasks:
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Collection of initial reports of damage.
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Status of the affected regions in respect of establishing communication with
rest of the City/ State/Country.
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Status of the key officials in the area.
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The main focus of the activities is to coordinate life saving activities
concurrent with re- establishing control of the disaster affected area.
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Establish radio communication with the State Emergency Operation Centre,
District Emergency Operation Centre as well as Relief Centers.
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Appoint a Nodal Officer, Communications.
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Renew and update precautionary measures and review with the staff the
precaution to be taken to protect the equipment.
Initial Action:
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Identify operational telecommunication facilities within the affected area.
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Identify telecommunication facilities that need to be transported to the
affected site to establish the emergency operational services.
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Identify the actual and planned action of private telecommunication
companies towards reconstruction of their facilities.
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Establish temporary communication facility through mobile exchange on
priority for use by District Officials, Officers in the transit, relief camp, NGOs.
•
Establish a temporary communication facility for use by the public.
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Carry out an assessment of overall damage for the following:
(i) Overhead route damage, (ii) Cable damage, (iii) Specific equipment
damage.
Task during sustained Phase:
Establish emergency communications in order of priority to the functions and
locations most in need of them for the mitigation of life- threatening situations and
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the relief of human suffering. Provide a communications advisory function and
internal communications organization. Monitor and control, where possible, the reestablishment of telephone services.
Standard Operating procedures for the Nodal Agency
Team leader (TL) of Communication ESF will activate the ESF on receiving the
intimation of occurrence of the disaster from the Incident Commander.
Wireless operators would be informed about the current requirements and
coordination mechanisms shared. Till the restoration of normal telecom facilities,
the police wireless system would be the main communication network.
TL issues orders to establish systems and reports to District EOC on the action
taken.
TL would inform Nodal Officers (NOs) of support agencies about the event and
ESF activation.
TL would establish contact with the district EOC for First Information Report
TL requests for reports from local ESF contact persons (this would be the local
office of ESF Primary Agency) to understand the current situation and actions
taken.
Based on information given by the support agencies, TL decides on the need to
launch an assessment mission to estimate the extent of damage to telecom
services and network as well as to come up with possible arrangements to
establishing reliable and appropriate network.
TL communicates situation to support agencies and also requests to provide
details on the status of equipment and infrastructure in the affected area(s).
TL informs the Incident Commander on the status of telecom services.
TL works out a plan of action for telecom companies and convenes a meeting
of all ESF members to discuss and finalize the modalities.
TL gets the temporary telephone facilities established for the public. Prior
information on this would be
announced through media/ and locally through
mega phones and other feasible mediums.
TL monitors the situation and arranges emergency staff required to operate
established systems.
TL sends the District Quick Response team (QRT) at the affected site with the
required equipments and other resources.
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SOPs for Quick Response Team on Help Lines, Warning Dissemination
The QRT (Quick Response Team) members will reach to the Nodal office as
soon as they will get instructions.
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Once the QRTs receive any intimation from the Nodal officer to
reach at the site they would reach to the
site at the earliest,
without wasting any time.
At the emergency site QRT members will take stock of the situation from the site
communication manager.
QRTs would assess the ground situation and would send sectoral report to the
District ESF agency.
A sectoral report would contain following:
An assessment of overall damage, listing specifically:
Overhead route damage (in miles/ kilometers).
Cable damage (in yards/meters).
Specific equipment damaged.
Establish a temporary communication facility for use by the public
Identify requirements of manpower, vehicles and other materials and
equipments Give priority and concentrate on repairs and normalization of
communication system at disaster affected areas.
Begin restoration by removing and salvaging wires and poles from the roadways
with the help of casual laborers.
Carry out temporary building repairs to establish a secured storage area for the
equipments and salvaged materials.
Report all activities to head quarter.
Begin restoration by removing damaged wires and poles through recruited
casual laborers.
Establish a secure storage area for incoming equipments and materials.
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6.6.3.3 Emergency Support Function # 3 :
Emergency Public Information, Help line & Warning
: Vice Chairman, Ghaziabad Development Authority
Team Leader
Support Agencies
:
Assistant Director Information, DIOS, BSA, District Sports Officer; Civil Defense
Warden; NGOs, Media (Print/ Audio-Visual), Local Cable TV Network, FM Radio, NSS,
NYK, Scouts & Guides.
All levels of government and the news media have a responsibility to provide
emergency information to the public that is accurate, timely and consistent. Just
when public and media demands for information are at their highest following an
earthquake, the probability is that most media in the area will not be operational
due to power failures. Nevertheless, media will be present to gather information for
later local dissemination, and for media outside the disaster area. The media
represent the major resource to inform the public about the disaster situation, and
some Local Cable TV Network and radio broadcast media have long been
oriented to their role. It then follows that the utilization of the media for the benefit of
ongoing relief, rehabilitation and restoration activities is essential, and a high level of
priority should be set to restore an adequate radio broadcast capability.
Scope:
This Emergency Function in this respect is primarily concerned with creating an
effective means of informing the public in the disaster operational area concerning
efforts and actions expected of them to reduce risks to life and safety. Secondarily,
the presentation of a sole point of release for Government information to the media
in general is required to prevent confusion on the part of the public, and to make
best use of public information/media affairs staff.
The emergency functions include, the determination of surviving broadcast media,
and provision of assistance to district authority by delivering their emergency
announcements and pre- arranged State Government’s announcements.
Government media relations activities would likely be conducted on behalf of the
District Level Coordination Committee (Public Information Cell).
In a major disaster, a Public Information center will be established as an integral part
of the District Coordination Committee (Public Information Cell) and perform public
information and media relations activities and assist in arrangement of tours of the
Operational Area by the government officials and media persons.
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THE TASKS:
Immediate Tasks:
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Assist in the determination of damage to media public information
capabilities;
Pass prepared and updated public information announcements to the
operational media from the District Emergency Operation Centre (DEOC).
Tasks during sustained Phase:
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Establish the requisite level of emergency public information capabilities;
establish the necessary media relations capabilities for release of
government
information
to
the
general
public
through
the
national/international media.
Control media personnel access through a system of accreditation and
access control, in conjunction with the Law and Order function; as
capabilities are available, assist media personnel to prepare and send their
material from the Operational Area; arrange for official government and
media tours of the Operational Area subject to availability of resources; assist
district/sub- divisional authorities with their own requirements when
requested.
SOP OF NODAL AGENCY
Upon finding out about any hazardous event, ESF-TL will contact the
District / State EOC by any means possible (phone, wireless, personally)
If asked to activate the ESF, Team leader (TL) will call nodal officers of
supporting agencies of the ESF.
QRTs will be activated and deployed at the affected sites.
Coordinate with the different ESFs to get regular information in order to
compile and prepare updates, situation reports, damage assessment
reports, and media briefs
Upon finding out about any hazardous event, Nodal officers will contact
the ESF-TL / District EOC by any means possible (phone, wireless,
personally)
SOP OF QUICK RESPONSE TEAM (QRT)
The QRT members will reach to the nodal office as soon as they will get
instructions.
QRT teams would reach to the site immediately after receiving instructions
from the nodal officer
On the site QRT members will take stock of the situation from the IC at the
site and their counter parts.
The QRTs will coordinate, collect, process, report and display essential
elements of information and facilitate support for planning efforts in
response operations.
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Response Frame Work # 3 : Emergency Public Information, Help line &
Warning
ESF No. 3
Emergency Public
Information, Help Line &
Warning
Preparedness Phase
• Plan containing emergency contact
• TORs for team leaders, nodal officers and
quick response team.
• Emergency tool kits in place.
• SOPs and drills for all
• Check list for onsite assessment of help lines/
communication disruption.
Response Phase
Team Leader
VC, GDA
•
Support Agency
• Assistant Director,
Information
• DIOS
• BSA
• District Sports
Officer
• Local Cable TV
Network
• FM Radio
• Civil Defence
Warden
• Print and Electronic
Media
• NSS
• NCC
• Scouts
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IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and get
the ESF activated.
TL of primary agency will call nodal officers of
supporting agencies.
TL would activate the State Quick response
Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the affected
site.
QRTs will report the situation and the progress
in response activities to the respective EOCs.
Send news flash of latest updates/donation
requirements for disaster area all over the
state
Assist the EOC in providing crisp and
updated information to national as well as
state level.
Setting up of toll free numbers for emergency
information assistance.
Responsibilities
To provide and collect reliable information on the status of the disaster and
disaster victims for effective coordination of relief work at district level
Not to intrude on the privacy of individuals and families while collecting
information
Coordinate with EOC's at the airport and railways for required information for
national relief workers
Coordinate with all TV and radio networks to send news flashes for specific
needs.
Respect the socio-cultura1 and emotional state of the disaster.
6.6.3.4 Emergency Support Function # 4 : Search & Rescue
Background
Search and Rescue operations are one of the primary activities taken up in a post
disaster situation. The promptness in these operations can make a remarkable
difference in the amount of loss of life and property and will include removal of
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trapped and injured persons from buildings collapses and other structural collapses,
administering first aid, and assisting in transporting the seriously injured to medical
facilities. This activity involves the use of professional and volunteer search teams
including the use of dog teams.
Situation Assumptions
Local community task forces will initiate search and rescue at residential level
Spontaneous volunteers will require coordination
Access to affected areas will be limited.
Some sites may be accessible only through air routes only
The Exigencies:
In the urban environment, the collapse of buildings may include rescue
situations well beyond the capabilities of fire- fighters to resolve (possibly many of
them at the same time). These situations are characterized by the extensive rubble,
which can make it unclear if a rescue is needed. In some rescue situations heavy
objects must be moved or cut to extricate trapped persons; perhaps tunneling
techniques may be needed; and in other situations further collapse could occur if
an unskilled rescue attempt is made. Often there are circumstances where other
specialized skills should be applied, such as on- scene medical care beyond first aid
treatment.
While an ad hoc rescue might be put together for many such earthquake scenarios,
the lack of a coordinated specialized search and heavy rescue capability in urban
areas may turn out to be a contributor to the loss of life in major earthquakes. A
level of permanent organizational integrity should exist to allow training and
exercising of the techniques and skills required, and to permit the functionaries in
other branches to orient their skills in concert with those of the Search and Heavy
Rescue function in urban areas. The possible total preoccupation of fire- fighters
with fire suppression at the critical time for rescue also suggests that a capability to
coordinate the total organized rescue effort would be desirable, utilizing other
manpower sources that possess basic rescue skills similar to those of the fire- fighter.
Organizational requirement:
This plan conceptualizes a Search and Heavy Rescue Team, which would meet the
needs outlined above.
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THE TASKS:
Immediate Tasks:
The objectives of the team would be to:
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Locate and remove injured people who are trapped in the wreckage of
damaged buildings and other structures;
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To ascertain the safety of damaged buildings and structures;
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To provide on- site medical treatment; and to remove the dead.
Task during sustained Phase:
• Assist in removal of the dead from collapsed structures.
• Team Organization (Conceptual). The Search and Heavy Rescue Team
should be organized in such a way that at least one trained personnel
remains in command of the team followed by his/her assistants. Apart from
this, there should be a district coordinating team with specialists/ experts like
one surgeon, one structural engineer, one logistic person, search dogs and
laborers, etc.
Heavy Rescue Group:
This component includes one or more sections, each one of which could be
assigned responsibility for search and rescue tasks for a particular site. Skills include
basic rescue techniques including improvisation of rescue equipment, tunneling,
cutting, shoring, hoisting with mechanical equipment, searching in confined areas,
operation in hazardous environments, and providing paramedic treatment to
patients in emergency situations. Each section should comprise about five to seven
persons and hold some light specialized equipment, including a vehicle.
Heavy Equipment Group:
This component holds heavy equipment and heavy equipment operators, or
maintains an inventory of where they can be obtained, and trains equipment
operators in the application of their skills to heavy rescue situations. Personnel of this
group would be assigned to a Heavy Rescue Group for carrying out critical
operations and then shall be re- allocated. For these purpose personnel from army,
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railways, Oil India, and refineries may be included in this group as they have good
numbers of bulldozers and cranes, etc.
Rescue Group:
The exact size, composition and duties of the team are subject to further
developments depending on the acquisition of skill modern methodologies.
The City Disaster Management Plan (CDMP) establishes an organised setup to
conduct Search & Rescue operations for any of the Natural and Manmade
Disasters. For S&R operations outlines an implementing framework of sharing
resources as per the requirement within National and district level department that
will be engaged to support during an emergency situation. The Plan has structured
the response of concerned department’s i.e. primary and supporting departments
so that they function together by grouping their capabilities, skills, resources, and
authorities across the State and district Government within the ESF plan.
The S&R ESF has to respond to assist the Incident Commander as per their assigned
duty, which has been described in the SOP’s and is to be followed during
emergency within the State. The scope of Response function includes the following
broad areas:
Rescue of those trapped
Search for victims of a disaster (whether living or dead).
Team Leader:
Chief Fire Officer, Fire Department and Deputy Controller, Civil Defence, Ghaziabad
ESF SUPPORT AGENCY
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PAC 41 & 47 Battalion
Police Department
Police cum Dog handler
NDRF
Health Dept
Ambulance Services
Nagar Nigam
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PWD
Civil Defence Warden and Volunteer
Home Guard
GRP
NSS
NCC
NYK
NGOs Volunteer
RWAs
SOPs FOR Nodal AGENCY
The ESF would be activated on receiving order from the Incident Commander
(IC) to the Team Leader (TL) of Primary Agency for ESF activation.
TL of primary agency will call Nodal officers of supporting agencies.
TL would activate the District Quick Response Team.
Quick Assessment for the scale of S& R operations required to be carried out
made.
On requirement request for additional S&R teams sent to National Disaster
Response
force
through
state
Govt.
without
wasting
time,
almost
simultaneously.
Assessments of the specific skill sets and the other equipments required.
Using IDRN network to check and map the availability of resources in and
around the disaster site.
IC / District EOC (on orders from IC) would contact the team leader of S&R
Operations to activate the ESF response plan
Team leader of Nodal agency would report to the Quick response teams for
immediate operation and Inform supporting agencies to coordinate in the
situation depending upon the scale of the disaster.
QRTs (of both nodal and supporting agencies) would perform a physical
damage assessment and report to the leaders of central and nodal agency
about the percentage of damage, percentage of casualties expected and
possible requirement of equipments, manpower and rescue sites.
Medical and Trauma Counselling Response Teams at District and State Level
to be activated by ESF-TL if needed, and report to the Incident Manager at
the Onsite EOC who will coordinate their activities.
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Response Teams in the field communicate with the ESF-TL at the District EOC,
through the Incident Manager.
Major hospitals given warning to activate their contingency plan, if required
ESF-TL to inform IC at District EOC if activation of the State EOC will be
needed.
Following up a systematic approach of transferring resources, manpower
equipments, vehicles at the Disaster affected areas
Determine the release of QRTs and facilities at effected site may be
considered on a priority basis
Contacting health services to instruct them to send first-aid and trauma
counselling team to the affected site, so the patients can be treated before
transporting to the hospital for the advance treatment (if needed).
Contacting damage assessment teams and send them to the site so that
assessment reports can be prepared and situation analysis can be done
properly
Establishing a failsafe communication system with QRTs members so that
current reports on situation analysis can be gathered and accordingly help
can be provided to the site.
Declaration of further help required at State and National level in case of
damage is at large scale and situation is unmanageable with the available
resources
At the site, QRTs should contact the local volunteers and local people to
gather information about vulnerable areas so that search and rescue
operation can be take place through a proper channel in heavily dense
areas, large buildings, community centres, hotels, hospitals, public building
and any other area having large gathering
Special care to women and children groups should be given as they are
expected to be more affected and helpless in case of any emergency
situation
Further request to the health department to deploy mobile hospitals in case
the casualties are severe and transportation of patients may take much more
time.
Provide regular updates to the IC at the District/State EOC based on reports
from the field and the hospitals
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Coordinate with the Transportation ESF if a large number of medical
professionals need to be sent to the affected sites and/or a large number of
victims need to be transported to health facilities.
Ensure the provision and continuous supply of medical facilities (medicines,
equipments, ambulances, doctors and manpower etc) required at the
disaster affected site and the hospital health centres catering to disaster
victims.
Coordinate with the ESFs on Law & Order, Evacuation, and Debris and Road
Clearance, for setting up of field medical posts, transport of victims, and
setting up of mobile hospitals.
SOP FOR QUICK RESPONSE TEAM ON SEARCH & RESCUE
Assessment of damage (locations, number. of structures damaged, severity of
damage)
The QRTs will be deployed at the affected site.
Enlisting the types of equipment required for conducting the S&R
QRTs will report the situation and the progress in response activities to the
respective EOCs.
QRTs will reach on the spot and take an damage assessment including type
of injuries, number of people affected and possible medical assistance need.
QRTs will provide situation and progress reports on the action taken by the
team to the ESF-TL
QRTs will ensure timely response to the needs of the affected victims by
establishing field medical posts at disaster sites, as needed
QRTs should maintain a coordination with the local people so the S&R
operation may take place at more vulnerable locations having dense,
population, multi-storied buildings and community gatherings as more people
are expected to be trapped in such areas
QRT will report to Nodal agency in case of shortage of vehicles, manpower,
resources and relief materials
QRT will also work effectively with the other teams conducting first aid, trauma
counselling, law and order, debris clearance, damage assessment and water
and sanitations so the effective rehabilitation may take place accordingly.
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Response Frame Work # 4 : Search & Rescue
ESF No. 4
Search & Rescue
Team Leader
Chief Fire Officer /
Deputy Controller, Civil
Support Agency
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PAC 41 & 47
Battalion
NDRF
Police Dept.
Health Dept.
Ambulance
Services
PWD
Nagar Nigam
Civil Defence
Warden and
Volunteer
Home Guards
GRP
NSS
NCC
NYK
NGOs Volunteer
RWAs
Preparedness Phase
• Search & Rescue preparedness and response
plan containing emergency contact.
• TORs for team leaders, nodal officers and
quick response team.
• Emergency tool kits in place. SOPs and drills for
all
• All district maps with clearly defined areas and
road network.
Response Phase
• IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and get
the ESF activated.
• TL of primary agency will call nodal officers of
supporting agencies.
• TL would activate the State Quick response
Team.
• The QRTs will be deployed at the affected site.
• QRTs will report the situation and the progress
in response activities to the respective EOCs.
• Quick assessment of the SAR operations
through
Arial
surveys
Provide
SAR
management and coordination assistance.
• Medical assistance and SAR for collapsed
building structure. GIS is used to make an
estimate of the damage area and the
deployment of the SAR team in the area
according to the priority. Ambulatory patients
(Walking wounded) to be given first aid, and
the rest to be transported to nearest hospital.
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Responsibilities
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Establish, maintain and manage state search and rescue response system.
Coordinate search and rescue logistics during field operations
Provide status reports of SAR updates throughout the affected areas.
6.6.3.5 Emergency Support Function # 5 : Evacuation
Background:
The purpose of this Emergency Support Functions is to coordinate efforts in safely
evacuating the public from a threat to life and / or health. Evacuation and
movement
involves
the
coordination
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communications with the public. Evacuation and movement is the responsibility of
public safety and the legislative authorities of a jurisdiction. This ESF applies to those
agencies and others that are necessary for an evacuation.
The ESF on evacuation is primarily responsible for establishing evacuation plans,
identification of fastest evacuation routes and alternate routes and coordinating
evacuation logistics during field operations.
Situation Assumptions:
Any disaster situation could cause the need for evacuation. So far particular
concern to Ghaziabad is from earthquake, flooding or a fire, which could cause the
need for an immediate evacuation, with very little time to plan for the specific
evacuation.
Individuals and families may be displaced from their homes and may be
provided shelters by one or more volunteer organizations.
Approximately 10% of the populous may seek shelter in organized shelters.
The rest usually will find their own through friends, family, Relatives or
commercial sources.
Displaced persons may require transportation to shelter facilities. This should
be provided for by private transportation.
Shelter operations will have sufficient sanitation and cooking facilities,
including cold and frozen storage, to maximize the use of available products.
Most of the buildings would be damaged and would not remain serviceable.
Many structures would be damaged and there would be an urgent need to
evacuate.
Team Leader (TL):
SP City, Ghaziabad
Support agencies:
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PAC 41 & 47 Battalion
GRP
Home Guards
Civil Defence Volunteer
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Voluntary Organization
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NSS
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NYK
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NCC
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SOPS FOR Nodal AGENCY:
Team leader (TL) of Evacuation ESF would activate the ESF on receiving the
warning of the disaster/ disaster from District EOC.
TL would inform Nodal Officers (NOs) of other primary and support agencies
about the event and ESF activation.
TL will direct the QRTs to be deployed on the affected site.
TL will gather information on availability of predefined evacuation routes.
Where the predefined evacuation routes are not available, the Nodal officer
would coordinate through District EOC with other ESFs Nodal officers and the
support agencies about clearing of routes and identifying alternate routes.
SOPS FOR QUICK RESPONSE TEAM ON EVACUATION
The QRT members will reach the Nodal office as soon as they get
instructions to do so from the TL.
Once the quick response teams receive an order from the Nodal
officer for reaching the site they would reach to the site immediately.
On reaching at the site the QRT members will take stock of the
situation from the Incident Management Team at the site and their
counter parts.
The quick response teams with the help of local task forces will start
evacuating peoples to safe shelters or open areas.
The QRT members should concentrate more on evacuation in areas
that have been worst affected by the disasters.
Keep reporting about all the activities to the TL
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Response Frame Work # 5 : Evacuation
ESF No. 5
Preparedness Phase
Evacuation preparedness and response
plan containing emergency contact,
• TORs for team leaders, nodal officers and
quick response team.
• Emergency tool kits in place.
• SOPs and drills for all.
• All district and Ward maps with clearly
defined areas and road network.
Response Phase
Evacuation
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Team Leader
SP, City
Support Agency
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PAC 41 & 47
Battalion
GRP
Home Guards
Civil Defence
Warden and
Volunteer
NSS
NCC
NYK
NGOs Volunteer
RWAs
Rotary Club
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IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and
get the ESF activated.
TL of primary agency will call nodal
officers of supporting agencies.
TL would activate the State Quick
response Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the
affected site.
QRTs will report the situation and the
progress in response activities to the
respective EOCs.
Quick assessment of evacuation routes
available through aerial and ground
surveys
Facilitate evacuation to safe shelters /
open areas
GIS is used to make an estimate of the
damage area and mapping the safest
evacuation routes available.
Responsibilities
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Establish evacuation plans
Identify fastest evacuation routes and alternate routes
Coordinate evacuation logistics during field operations.
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6.6.3.6 Emergency Support Function # 6 : Emergency Medical Response
Background:
All disasters affect human life and health. Health is both a main objective and a
yardstick in disaster management. This Emergency Support Function (ESF) will be
responsible for the emergency medical treatment and mental trauma support in
the aftermath of any hazardous event.
The ESF on Emergency Medical Services and Public Health Counselling will look after
emergency treatment for the injured people immediately after the disaster take
place.
Situation Assumptions:
Hospital services would be affected
Communication and transport services would be disrupted
Emergency Medical care Trauma Counselling services will be required
for affected population
Likely outbreaks of diseases epidemic after the disaster.
Hospital services would be affected
Primary Agency: Health Department
Team Leader (TL): CMO, MMG Govt. Hospital
Support Agencies:
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Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Yashoda Hospital
Narendra Mohan Hospital
Santosh Medical College
Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital
Ganesh Hospital
Sarvoday Hospital
Blood Bank
Pathology and Lab
Indian Red Cross Society
Nursing Home
Civil Defence First Aider
Rotary Club
Lions Club
Ambulance Services
NSS
NYK
NCC
Chemist
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Response Frame Work # 6 : Emergency Medical Response
ESF No. 6
Emergency Medical Response
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Team Leader
CMO / CMS, MMG Govt.
Hospital
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Support Agency
• IMA
• Yashoda Hospital
• Narendra Mohan
Hospital
• Santosh Medical College
• Pushpanjali Crosslay
Hospital
• Ganesh Hospital
• Sarvoday Hospital
• Blood Bank
• Pathology and Lab
• Indian Red Cross Society
• Nursing Home
• Civil Defence First Aider
• Rotary Club
• Lions Club
• Ambulance Services
• NSS
• NYK
• NCC
• Chemist
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Medical
Health
and
Trauma
preparedness
and
response
plan
containing emergency contact,
TORs for team leaders, nodal officers and
quick response team.
Emergency tool kits in place.
SOPs and drills for all
Check list emergency first aid kits,
emergency medicine supply, ambulance
availability, Blood Banks etc.
Response Phase
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IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and
get the ESF activated.
TL of primary agency will call nodal
officers of supporting agencies.
TL would activate the State Quick
response Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the
affected site.
QRTs will report the situation and the
progress in response activities to the
respective EOCs.
ESF to be operational in 2 hrs of
notification Determine type of injuries,
illnesses and medicines needed
Provide information to all the hospital
about likely damage and expected
injuries
Provide systematic approach to patient
care Perform medical evaluation and
treatment as needed
Maintain patient tracking system to keep
record of all patients treated the rest to
be transported to nearest hospital.
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Direct activation of medical personnel, supplies and equipment
Coordinate the evacuation of patients
To prepare and keep ready Mobile Hospitals.
Keep and regularly update the reserves of medical supplies, equipments and drugs
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The exigencies:
A severe earthquake is characterized by its effects on the health care delivery
system perhaps more than any other way. Not only are there likely to be many
injured persons, the types of injury experienced by persons rescued after being
trapped under the rubble may require urgent hospital care. At the same time, the
facilities required by the health care system are subject to damage, which can
incapacitate the system and require the evacuation of their existing patients.
Disrupted roads interfere with ambulance movement, requiring some dependence
upon on- scene paramedical treatment and first aid until removal to places where
medical facilities are possible. The decentralized local operation of health services
may not suffice in the event of a major disaster.
Functions:
The function includes:
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All state and district level health services responsibilities shall be mobilized to
provide emergency medical treatment to the injured; sustained hospital care
to the seriously injured or seriously ill;
Continue care at an appropriate level to patients in hospital and outpatients at the time of the earthquake response;
Evacuation of the sick and injured to a location where care can be
provided; as well as sustained emergency care until evacuation can be
carried out with medical or paramedical supervision;
District level coordination of delivery of medical supplies, blood and blood
products; operation of ambulance services;
Prevention of epidemic through education of the general population;
Carrying out of health inspections of food and water supplies;
Initiation of vaccination programs under epidemic conditions. Radiological
and toxicological services could be in increased demand and require an
expanded response;
There will also be a need to provide initial establishing of death, and the
temporary safe storage of human remains in support of coroner operations.
A major earthquake would require a much greater degree of control of resources
within the Operational Area and would necessitate the establishment of a health
services coordination center at the State Capital. The Health Department is to
identify some safe locations to use as first aid centers and to shift the patients
whenever needed. In each ward the general public should be trained up for first
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aid assistance and dispensary should maintain a rotating reserve stock of blood,
saline, bandage, cotton, benzene, dettol and life saving drugs/injections.
Immediate task:
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Appoint one person as Nodal Health Officer for the district.
Ensure that the personnel working within the district come under the direct
control of the District Nodal Health Officer.
Any other personnel once deployed for the purpose will directly come under
the control of the District Nodal Health Officer.
Identify emergency patient holding facilities.
To prepare and keep ready Mobile Hospitals and stock them with
emergency equipment that may be required after the disaster.
Transfer patients who can be removed from hospitals to make room for the
injured; where necessary implement a system of staging causality collection,
treatment, and evacuation to places where facilities are available (probably
outside the Operational Area).
Arrange delivery of emergency medical supplies; arrange for temporary
suitable storage of the dead until taken over by the coroner.
All effort should be made to keep the health care receiving centers and outpatient service centers free from panicky; prevent disease outbreak or spread;
attend to mental health requirements; expand local public health services as
necessary, particularly the supply of essential drugs and pharmaceuticals in areas
where the private sector drug stores have ceased to function; carry out sanitary
inspections.
SOPS FOR NODAL AGENCY
Upon finding out about any hazardous event, IC will call the TL of
Primary Agency and get the ESF activated.
Team leader (TL) of primary agency will call Nodal officers of support
agencies.
In coordination with the transport ESF, it will ensure a critical number of
medical professionals to be reached at the site including specialists
from other Districts.
QRTs will be activated and deployed at the affected sites.
Medical and Trauma Counselling Response Teams to be activated,
based on report from the QRTs.
Provide systematic approach to patient care (Mass Casualty
Management)
Trauma counselling provided to the victims and their relatives at the
site and in the hospital
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In the hospital emergency department, triage carried out again to
prioritise treatment, and appropriate care provided
Maintain patient tracking system to keep record of all patients
treated
Deploy mobile hospitals as needed
If medical facilities severely affected by the disaster, or roads blocked
preventing transport of patients to the hospital, mobile hospitals
deployed at required sites.
Provide regular updates to the IC at the District/State EOC based on
reports from the field and the hospitals
Coordinate with the Transportation ESF if a large number of medical
professionals need to be sent to the affected sites and/or a large
number of victims need to be transported to health facilities.
Ensure the provision and continuous supply of medical facilities
(medicines, equipments, ambulances, doctors and manpower etc)
required at the disaster affected site and the hospital health centres
catering to disaster victims.
Coordinate with the ESFs on Law & Order, Evacuation, and Debris and
Road Clearance, for setting up of field medical posts, transport of
victims, and setting up of mobile hospitals.
If temporary housing arrangements are being made for the affected
population, the ESF must ensure high standards of sanitation in
settlements in order to reduce epidemic outbreak.
Ensuring the provision and continuous supply of medical facilities
(medicines, equipments, ambulances, doctors and manpower etc)
required at the disaster affected site and the hospital health centres
catering to disaster victims.
In case of orthopaedic care required, the immediate response would
have to be complimented by a follow up treatment schedule for a
majority of the patients in/ near their place of shelter.
Trained professionals should be mobilized by psychological support.
Ensuring setting up of temporary information centres at hospitals with
the help of ESF through help lines and warning dissemination system.
TL will coordinate, direct, and integrate district level response to
provide medical and sanitation health assistances.
On the recommendations of the EOC, the TL is also responsible to :
• Send required medicines, vaccines, drugs, plasters,
syringes, etc.
• Arrange for additional blood supply. Send additional
medical personnel equipped with food, bedding and
tents etc.
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SOP of Quick Response Team (QRT)
QRT’s will assess the damage: type of injuries, number of people
affected and possible medical assistance need.
QRTs will provide situation and progress reports on the action taken by
the team to the ESF-TL
QRTs will ensure timely response to the needs of the affected victims
by establishing field medical posts at disaster sites, as needed
QRTs should maintain check posts and surveillance at each railway
junction, bus depots and all entry and exit points from the affected
area, especially during the threat or existence of an epidemic.
6.6.3.7 Emergency Support Function # 7 : Relief
Background:
The purpose of this Emergency Support Function is to identify food and water needs
in the aftermath of a disaster or emergency; obtain these resources; and transport
them to the impact area. Food supplies obtained and distributed by Emergency
Support Function (Food, Water, Shelter etc).
Obtaining food and supplies, arranging for transportation and authorizing assistance
may be required. Food must be suitable for household distribution or congregate
meal service. Transportation and distribution of food and supplies will be arranged
by local, state, private and/or federal agencies/organizations. The Emergency Food
Stamp Program may be requested, authorized and implemented. The Food & Civil
Supplies Department assumes overall coordination for this function. The scope of the
function is to primarily provide food and civil supplies to the affected area. It would
include setting up of storage facilities at the disaster site and distribution of the
supplies to the effected.
Situation Assumption:
A disaster may partially or totally destroy food products stored in the affected area.
There may be a disruption of energy sources (e.g., electricity and gas). Oil for
generators and propane tanks may be essential. Commercial cold storage and
freezer facilities may be inoperable. Bordering areas affected, schools and other
facilities may have food and supplies sufficient to feed victims. There may be a
need to distribute food packets and drinking water to the victims.
Tasks:
Immediate Tasks:
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Establish mobilization center at the different points like railway station, airport,
bus station for movement of relief supplies;
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Inform all suppliers of relief materials within 2-3 hours of the occurrence of the
disaster to keep ready the required supply;
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Arrange for transportation of the relief supplies;
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Provide assistance to in establishing local offices, relief camps, etc., by
providing beddings, furniture, etc.
Scope:
Emergency Social Services includes feeding, clothing, shelter, reception,
registration and inquiry, and personal services provided to evacuees, victims, and
response workers. The services are defined as follows:
i.
Personal Services- Counseling of victims and response workers,
welcoming the evacuees at entrance to relief centers in order
to screen for need and to give information, and supervision and
support of groups of dependent individuals including children
separated from their parents, frail elderly, and the
handicapped.
ii.
Registration and Inquiry- Registering individuals and families
involved in the disaster, answering inquiries from relatives and
friends concerning victims’ whereabouts, reuniting separated
family members, and providing information to response workers
on the whereabouts and numbers of evacuees.
iii.
Clothing- Emergency clothing, blankets, toiletry articles, baby
supplies, and other related goods necessary to protect health
and safety.
iv.
Shelter- Temporary housing or sleeping space for individuals
and families forced to leave their dwellings.
v.
Feeding- Provision of meals, hot beverages and snacks to
protect health, to maintain strength of response personnel, and
to reassure victims.
THE TASKS:
Immediate Tasks
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Help the Deputy Commissioner in opening
staff reception
centers in all affected areas and alert the response workers and
the public about the location of these centers;
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Mobilize feeding units to provide support to response workers on
location;
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Coordinate supporting debriefing, counseling, and related
services for responders and victims;
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Inventory of the available habitable shelter supply;
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Begin registering all persons involved in the disasters.
Task during sustained Phase:
Continue basic emergency social services to all evacuees, victims and others
requiring help; continue the registering process and respond to enquiries from
around the world; initiate public information services on emotional responses to
disasters; transform reception centers into multi- service centers; lay basis for
outreach, self- help, and educational programs.
A. FOOD SUPPLY
Team Leader:
ADM F&R
SUPPORT AGENCY:
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Revenue Dept
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DSO
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Social Welfare Dept.
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Chamber of Commerce
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Donor Agency
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Jal Nigam
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Nagar Nigam
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Market Association
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Local Civil Suppliers
IMMEDIATE TASKS:
TL will activate ESF on receiving the information about the incident
and will also inform to the supporting agencies
Food coordinator would gather information about the locations of
shelters and number of persons housed in each of these shelters.
TL will guide QRTs to reach at rehabilitation centres to provide food
packages
TL will keep on coordinating about the distribution of food items to the
evacuees and will give appraisal to the IC
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In case of shortage of food items TL will arrange more food packages
and will ensure continuous supply
TASKS FOR QRTS:
Management and distribution of relief items to affected victims
Report the progress on action to the TL
Inform TL about more requirement of staff members, additional
materials and food packages
Initiate procurement of food items available at nearby markets
Prepare take-home food packets for the families
Ensuring equal distribution of relief material including children, aged
groups, women and poor people
SHELTER ARRANGEMENTS
Situation Assumption:
There may be a situation of transferring victims to the safer temporary
shelter
There may be a need to establish triage station for medical
treatments
Team Leader:
ADM F&R
Support Agency:
PWD, UP Awas Vikas Parishad, Jal Nigam, Nagar Nigam, Tent House Association,
Social Welfare department, Nazarat Department, Education Department, Local
Traders, RWAs, NGOs etc.
Immediate Action:
TL would be the in-charge of rehabilitation centres who will ensure
number of people evacuated, care of evacuees and availability of
essential supplies.
Those who will reach to the relief centres would also like to know about
their missing members. TL will response to their queries and also pass on
the message to the evacuation and rescue related coordinators.
QRT will help them in arranging temporary shelters, food and sanitary
facilities.
Medical facilities will also be provided to the victims and injured
people.
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Response Frame Work # 7 : Relief
ESF No. 7
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Relief preparedness and response plan
containing emergency contact, TORs for
team leaders, nodal officers and quick
response team.
• Emergency tool kits in place.
• SOPs and drills for all
• Check list for onsite requirement for
distribution of relief.
Response Phase
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Team Leader
ADM F&R
Support Agency
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District Supply Office
Revenue Dept.
Social Welfare Dept.
Nagar Nigam
Chamber of Commerce
Donor Agency
Civil Society
Rotary Club
Voluntary Organisation
PWD
Market Association
Local Civil Suppliers
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Responsibilities
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Requirement of food for affected
population
Control the quality and quantity
of food
Ensure the timely distribution of
food to the people
Ensure that all food distributed
is fit for human consumption
Provide adequate and
appropriate shelter to all
population
Quick assessment and
identifying the area for the
establishment of the relief
camps
Identifying the population which
can be provided with support in
their own place and need not be
shifted reallocated
Locate relief camps close to
open traffic and transport links
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IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and
get the ESF activated.
TL of primary agency will call nodal
officers of supporting agencies.
TL would activate the State Quick
response Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the
affected site.
QRTs will report the situation and the
progress in response activities to the
respective EOCs
Quick assessment of functional and
stable buildings
Clearing of the areas for establishment of
relief camps
Set up relief camps and tents using
innovative methods that can save time
Assist local authorities to set up important
telecom and other services facilities
Initiate, direct and market procurement
of critical food available from different
inventories
Allocate food in different packs that can
be given to families on a take-home
special care in food distribution is kept for
women with infants, pregnant women
and children
Make emergency food supplies
available to population
Support to Local Administration
Locate adequate relief camps based on
survey of damage
Develop alternative arrangements for
population living in structures that might
be affected even after the disaster.
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6.6.3.8 Emergency Support Function # 8 : Water & Electricity
Background
The purpose of this Emergency Support Function is to identify water and ice needs
and restore basic water supply if damaged, in the aftermath of a disaster or
emergency. Till the time water supply to the damaged areas is restored water
requirements need to be arranged by the ESFs and distributed either using their own
transportation mechanisms or in coordination with transportation agencies.
Situation Assumptions:
Existing water storage bodies will be damaged and unusable.
There would be an urgent need of water to assist victims in rescue operation.
Break down of sanitation system
Contamination of water due to outflow from sewers or due to breakage of
water pipelines.
There may be a need of supplying water for fire fighting operation
There may be a need for drinking purpose
Rehabilitation site might be requiring temporary/mobile toilets
There may be need to ensure clean environment
Team Leader:
Executive Engineer, Jal Nigam, Ghaziabad
Support Agency:
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Nagar Nigam
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Irrigation dept.
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Health Dept.
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Local Traders
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Nagar Palika
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Panchayti Raj Institutions
SOPs for Nodal Agency
Team leader (TL) of ESF on Water Supply will activate the ESF on
receiving the intimation of the disaster from State EOC.
TL would inform Nodal Officers (NOs) of support agencies about the
event and ESF activation.
TL will ensure special care for women with infants and pregnant
women.
Provide for sending additional support along with food, bedding, tents
Send vehicles and any additional tools and equipments needed.
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IMMEDIATE TASKS :
QRTs will ensure that supply of drinking water is made available at the
affected site and relief camps
QRT’s will ensure the temporary sewerage lines and drainage lines are kept
separate.
QRTs will report the situation and the progress on action taken by the team to
the EOC.
QRTs will intimate their TL of the additional resources needed.
Carry out emergency repairs of all damages to water supply systems.
Assist health authorities to identify appropriate sources of potable water..
Identify unacceptable water sources and take necessary precautions to
ensure that no water is accessed from such sources, either by sealing such
arrangements or by posting the department guards.
Arrange for alternate water supply and storage in all transit camps, feeding
centres, relief camps, cattle camps, and also the affected areas, till normal
water supply is restored.
Ensure that potable water supply is restored as per the standards and
procedures laid down in “Standards for Potable Water”.
Plan for emergency accommodations for staff from outside the area.
QRTs will ensure timely response to the needs of the affected victims.
QRTs will set up temporary sanitation facilities at the relief camps.
TL will ensure that QRTs are on the site along with the required resources
He shall be ensuring uninterrupted supply of water for fire-fighting to all the
brigades in operation.
He shall coordinate with the transport coordinator for replenishing the
depleted stick of fire water at the incident site through water tanks
Carry out repairing task of all damages to water supply system
Arranging alternate storage of potable water at temporary shelters
Ensure restoration of potable water as per standards and procedures laid
down under ‘Standards for Potable Water
Plan for emergency accommodation of water supply in or near temporary
shelters
Establish temporary sanitation facilities at the shelters
Ensure cleanliness of sanitation facilities, relief shelters and local
commandant post.
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Response Frame Work # 8 : Water
ESF No. 8
Water
Preparedness Phase
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Team Leader
Executive Engineer, Jal
Nigam
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Support Agency
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Responsibilities
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Water Supply preparedness and
response plan containing emergency
contact,
TORs for team leaders, nodal officers and
quick response team.
Emergency tool kits in place.
SOPs and drills for all
Check list and map for onsite assessment
of damage to water supply networks.
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Nagar Palika
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Irrigation dept.
Panchayti Raj
Institutions
• Local traders
• Civil Society
• Rotary Club
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clean drinking water
Transportation
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water with minimum
wastage
Special
care
for
women with infants
and
pregnant
women
Ensure that sewer
pipes and drainage
are kept separate
from drinking water
facilities
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IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and
get the ESF activated.
TL of primary agency will call nodal
officers of supporting agencies.
TL would activate the State Quick
response Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the
affected site.
QRTs will report the situation and the
progress in response activities to the
respective EOCs
Setting up water points and key locations
and in relief camps
Maintaining water purity
Provide chlorine tablets to people in
affected area
Providing clean drinking water at regular
intervals in case of disruption of water
pipe lines
Locate drinking water facilities separate
from sewer and drainage facilities
Support to Local Administration
Water purification with halogen tablets
etc
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Electricity
Situation Assumptions:
• There will be prolonged electricity failure.
• The affected victims will be panicked
Halt of all activities specially jamming communication networking systems in
the affected site.
• Expect electric short circuits in the affected area which may aggravate the
fire explosions
• Electric fitting of the affected areas may get damaged and need repairing
• There may be a requirement of temporary lightening provisions in the relief
shelters and local commandant post
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Primary Functions:
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Ensure smooth transportation links at all levels and to all nodal and
support agencies.
Assess damage to power supply infrastructure for assistance from other
states.
Restoration of power supply or temporary power supply to critical areas.
Restore major electricity failure anticipated during disasters due to falling
of cables/poles.
Facilitate restoration of electricity distribution systems at most affected
sites on priority to help in Search and Rescue operations.
Provide electricity in lifeline buildings.
Procurement of clean drinking water.
Transportation of water with minimum wastage.
Ensure quick restoration of drainage system.
Sewer pipes to be kept separate from drinking water facilities.
Team Leader: Executive Engineer, Power Corporation
Task Involved :
Team leader will activate the Emergency Support Function (ESF) by informing
his headquarter team and field team
Inform nodal and supporting agencies about the incident
A Notification and shutdown of electricity utilities
As per the instruction given by IC, TL should instruct to concerned officers to
shut down the power supply immediately.
Provisioning Backup Power during Emergency
Once power system is closed down, but power would still be required for
response teams, EOC, water supply stations, temporary houses and
temporary hospitals. Therefore electricity coordinator will be responsible for
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providing back-up or alternate source of uninterrupted power supply for
smooth operations.
In addition to the above, QRTs should also undertake following responsibilities:
• Take stock of situation immediately on reaching the incident site
• Coordinate with other team leaders and provide essential help expected
form the electricity department
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Conduct repairing work of dismantled connections
• Provide temporary electricity supply to EOC and relief centres
• Appraise the team leader about the situation
Response Frame Work # 8 : Electricity
ESF No. 8
Electricity
Preparedness Phase
Electricity preparedness and response plan
containing emergency contact,
• TORs for team leaders, nodal officers and quick
response team.
• Emergency tool kits in place.
• SOPs and drills for all
• Check list for onsite emergency power supply sub
stations.
Response Phase
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Team Leader
Executive Engineer,
Power Corporation
Support Agency
• Jal Nigam
• Nagar Nigam
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Responsibilities
Assess damage for
assistance
from
other state
Provide
and
coordinate
state
support until
the
local
supporting
agencies
are
prepared to handle
all power related
problems
Identify requirements
of
external
equipment required
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IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and get the
ESF activated.
TL of primary agency will call nodal officers of
supporting agencies.
TL would activate the State Quick response
Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the affected site.
QRTs will report the situation and the progress in
response activities to the respective EOCs
Establish radio communications with the EOC
quick damage assessment
Support to Local Administration
Review the total extent of damage to the power
supply installations by a reconnaissance survey
Dispatch emergency repair teams equipped with
tools, tents and food
Hire casual labour for the clearing of damaged
poles etc.
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6.6.3.9 Emergency Support Function # 9 : Debris Clearance
Background:
The importance of this ESF emanates from the fact that most large-scale disasters
such as earthquakes, Wind Storms, floods primarily affect the building structures. The
ESF would involve in identification, removal, and disposal of rubble, wreckage, and
other material which block or hamper the performance of emergency response
functions and procure needed equipments from support agencies using IDRN; is a
high priority action.
Situation Assumptions:
• Access to disaster-affected area would depend upon the re-establishment
of access routes.
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Early damage assessment may be incomplete, inaccurate and general. A
rapid assessment may be required to determine response time.
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Engineers and masons may be required in large numbers for the inspection
of present buildings
Team Leader:
Municipal Commissioner, Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam
Support Agency:
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Nagar Nigam
PWD
CPWD
GDA
Jal Nigam
Power Corporation
NHAI
UP Bridge Corporation
Forest Dept.
Irrigation Dept
SOPS FOR PRIMARY AGENCY:
Team leader (TL) will activate the ESF on receiving the information of the
disaster from District EOC.
TL would inform Nodal Officers (NOs) of support agencies about the event
and ESF activation.
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TL will coordinate with the support agencies to mobilize equipments from the
ware houses through IDRN database
The respective supporting agencies will contact their respective personnel to
move the equipments to central warehouse
The equipments like earth movers, concrete cutters identified as per the
need will be transported to the site.
The equipments like JCB, concrete cutters identified as per the need will be
transported to the site.
As per the information the nodal officer of Debris road clearance will make
an assessment on of the damages of roads and built structures at the site
and surrounding areas
The nodal officers of Supporting Agencies will immediately start debris
clearance operation to enable movement to the affected site.
Review of the current situation is taken up by the nodal agency to update
the support agencies and to delegate their respective personnel to take
precautionary measure to plan de-routes for the transportation ESF’s to be
operational
All supporting agencies will inspect the road and rail network and structures
within the disaster site and surrounding.
The Response Teams will immediately start debris clearance operation to
enable movement to the affected site.
TL will also ensure proper corpse disposal and post mortem by coordinating
with ESF on medical response.
SOP FOR QUICK RESPONSE TEAM ON EQUIPMENT SUPPORT AND DEBRIS CLEARANCE:
Damage assessment including locations, number of structures damaged and
severity of damage
The QRTs will be deployed at the affected site.
Enlisting the types of equipment as compiled from IDRN resource inventory
required for conducting the debris clearance
The QRTs will report the situation and the progress in response activities to the
respective EOCs.
Undertake construction of temporary roads to serve as access to temporary
transit and relief camps, and medical facilities for disaster victims.
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Response Frame Work # 9 : Debris Clearance
ESF No. 9
Debris Clearance
Preparedness Phase
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Team Leader
Municipal Commissioner,
Nagar Nigam
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Support Agency
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Nagar Nigam
GDA
Jal Nigam
Nagar Nigam
PWD
CPWD
Irrigation Dept
NHAI
Power Corporation
UP Bridge
Corporation
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Debris and Road Clearance
preparedness and response plan
containing emergency contact.
TORs for team leaders, nodal
officers and quick response
team.
Emergency tool kits in place.
SOPs and drills for all
Check
list
for
emergency
equipments requirement and
district maps with road network.
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Pre-positioning assessment teams
headed by the primary agency
coordinating officer
Emergency clearing of debris to
enable reconnaissance
Coordinate road clearing
activities to assist local relief work
Begin clearing roads Assemble
casual labour
Provide a work team carrying
emergency tool kits, depending
on the nature of disaster, and
essential equipment such asTowing vehicles
Earth moving equipmentsCranes- Construct temporary
roads
Keep national and other main
highways clear from disaster
effects such as debris etc.
Qualification of labour /other site
assistants.
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Agency and get the ESF
activated.
TL of primary agency will call
nodal officers of supporting
agencies.
TL would activate the State
Quick response Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the
affected site.
QRTs will report the situation and
the progress in response activities
to the respective EOCs
Keep national and other main
highways clear from disaster
effects such as debris etc.
All technical officers should be
notified
Review and update
precautionary measures and
procedures
Inspect all roads, bridges
Inspect all buildings and
structures of the State
government
Establish a priority list of
equipments which will be
opened first Identify locations for
transit /relief camps
Adequate road signs should be
installed to guide and assist in
relief work.
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6.6.3.10 Emergency Support Function # 10 : Law and Order
Background:
The purpose of Emergency Support Function on Law and Order is to establish
procedures for the command, control, and coordination of all law enforcement
personnel and equipment. The Law and Order function encompasses a broad
range of routine policing activities. The response function has as its primary goal the
maintenance of law and order activities, and, if necessary the restoration of law
and order should there be a breakdown within the normally law-abiding
community.
The purpose of Emergency Support Function on Law and Order is to establish
procedures for the command, control, and coordination of all law enforcement
personnel and equipment. The Law and Order function encompasses a broad
range of routine policing activities. The response function has as its primary goal the
maintenance of law and order activities, and, if necessary the restoration of law
and order should there be a breakdown within the normally law-abiding
community.
Situation Assumptions:
• There would be panic and people will gather at a place.
• The crowds may go out of control.
• Riots may also take place.
Team Leader:
ADM City, Ghaziabad
Support Agency:
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SP City
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SP Traffic
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CO
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SDM
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Home Guards
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Civil Defence
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NSS
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NCC
The Exigencies:
The Law and Order function encompasses a broad range of routine policing
activities. Certain of these activities are made more difficult by earthquake
damage and the general disaster scenario can cause a great increased workload
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for police forces. The response function has as its primary goal the maintenance of
law and order activities, and, if necessary the restoration of law and order should
there be breakdown within the normally law- abiding community.
SCOPE:
The Law and Order function in an earthquake hit area is particularly
concerned with the preservation of life and the protection of property, traffic
control problems, the detection, investigation and prevention of criminal activity,
and support to the Coroner, Light and Heavy Rescue, Communications, and
Damage Assessment emergency response functions.
Police forces have integral internal radio communications and can be relied upon
as an immediate available backup communication system, locally within police
departments/detachments, and also within districts and sub- divisions.
The possibility exists that an earthquake may cause a breach of physical security at
prison or reforms centers and lead to the possibility of an internal riot or escape. The
disruption of transportation routes will inhibit police from performing many required
tasks, and is a critical problem to be dealt with by the police forces themselves on
behalf of the total response effort.
THE TASKS:
Immediate Tasks:
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Deploying a quick response teams (QRTs) to maintain law and order at the
incident site
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Quick Assessment of law and order situation in affected areas
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Cordon off the site to restrict movement of curious onlookers, vehicles and
pedestrians
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Control and monitor traffic movements
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Support and coordinate with local administration
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Prepare updates on the law and order situation in every 2 hours and brief the
authorities
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Ensure law and order at assembly points and evacuation points
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Carry out any necessary actions to save lives and prevent injury or damage
to property;
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Carry out route damage assessment to permit identification of usable
emergency routes;
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Assess and report other damage within capabilities;
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Maintain a control over traffic with priority to emergency services;
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Assist with the movement of emergency traffic;
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Assist the Coroner as requested to provide investigation of causes of deaths,
security of body staging areas, identification of bodies;
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Assist in the dissemination of emergency notifications;
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Assist in the manning of coordination centers and the provision of immediate
radio communication to them, if necessary.
Sustained Phase:
Maintain emergency functions and restore normalcy as quickly as possible;
provide personnel to protect abandoned and damaged properties and areas,
which may attract the curious and tempt the criminal elements and augment prison
staffs as needed to maintain a peaceful situation.
SOPs for Nodal Agency
IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and get the ESF activated.
TL of primary agency will call nodal officers of supporting agencies.
TL would activate the State Quick Response Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the affected site.
Cordoning of area to restrict movement of onlookers, vehicular and
pedestrian traffic should be done.
Any additional requirements at site to be taken care of.
To coordinate and communicate with concerned functionaries
To detail traffic staff to reach the place of occurrence
To give directions whenever necessary to ensure free passage for fire brigade
ambulance, police vehicles and vehicles of other respondents
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Law & Order
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Team Leader
ADM CITY
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Law & Order preparedness and response
plan containing emergency contact.
TORs for team leaders, nodal officers
and quick response team.
Emergency tool kits in place.
SOPs and drills for all
Check list for onsite assessment of
communication disruption.
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• PAC 41 & 47
Battalion
• SP City
• SP Traffic
• SDM
• CO
• Home Guards
• Civil Defence
• NSS
• NCC
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Maintaining Law
and
Order
situation
Crowd control
Riot control
Preventive arrests
Cordoning
of
sensitive areas
Assisting
the
authorities
in
uninterrupted
relief operations
Protection of Vital
Installations
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IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and
get the ESF activated.
TL of primary agency will call nodal
officers of supporting agencies.
TL would activate the State Quick
response Team.
The QRTs will be deployed at the
affected site.
QRTs will report the situation and the
progress in response activities to the
respective EOCs
Immediate deployment of available
force
Quick assessment of law and order
situation in affected areas
Support and coordinate with Local
Administration
Prepare updates on the law and order
situation every 4-6 hours and brief the
authorities
Prevent rioting and looting, and cordon
off sensitive areas.
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Chapter- VII
Response Function
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7.1 Response Functions
The main elements of response planning are described here as follows:
7.1.1 Early Warning:
Local Authority for Warning:
The district administration is the prime agency responsible for issuing early warning
for all emergencies and natural disasters.
Early warning Agencies:
Specialist agencies responsible for early warning and technical support are as
follows:
S.No
Type of Hazard
Agency Responsible for Warning
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Industrial & Chemical Accidents
Assistant Director, Factories,
Local Plant Managers, Chief Fire
Officer, Ghaziabad
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Fire
Civil Disturbances
Earthquake
5
Flood
Fire Brigade, Police Department
Intelligence Units, Police Dept.
Indian Metrological Department,
Lucknow, IMD Delhi
Indian Metrological Department,
Lucknow, CWC, Irrigation Dept.
7.1.2 District Magistrate’s Coordination with Early warning Agencies:
All the warning agencies will communicate and share their information with the
District Magistrate / Additional District Magistrate. Warning agencies will provide
information about methods, procedures, and language of warning to the district
administration. The implications of warnings should be clear to the district
administration.
The district administration wills on its own contact these warning agencies about the
latest information. Getting as much information as possible is key to planning
effective intervention.
The district administration will communicate continuously with the early warning
agencies even after the stage of warning is over. Continuous information on the
nature and turn of events is very important for responding to and mitigating
emergencies.
District Magistrate / Additional District Magistrate will only issue early warning.
Unauthorized authorities must not issue warnings. These are always
counterproductive.
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7.1.3 General Instructions about Warning:
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Industrial and chemical accidents will trigger off sirens, to be followed with
public announcement through radio and television.
Industrial and chemical accidents will trigger off sirens, to be followed with
public announcement through radio and television.
Early warnings will be accompanied with instructions regarding health
hazards and immediate response.
In case of industrial and chemical hazards, the local plant management and
the Directorate of Factories will be involved.
Public announcement will provide information on the likely direction of
dispersion of toxic gas, and extent of the area that may be contaminated.
7.2 Warnings for Fire:
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Fire incidents will be accompanied with alarms. Sirens may also be used to
alert people to fire accidents.
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Fires are generally localized, and in such cases, public announcement
through megaphones is helpful in responding to the situation and evacuating
the affected area.
7.3 Warnings for Civil disturbance:
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In case of civil disturbances, warnings will be conveyed through prohibitory
orders and increased patrolling and monitoring of the situation. A number of
activities could be suspended or stopped as a measure of caution.
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Warning will be issued to those individuals, groups and organizations that may
potentially foment disaffection and create law and order situation.
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The district administration will promptly scotch the rumors and present correct
picture authoritatively through mass media.
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Press conferences and press releases are effective channels of early warning
in case of civil disturbances, though the district administration will also make
announcements through radio and television.
7.4 Warnings for Earthquakes and Floods:
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In case of earthquakes, warnings are not feasible. It is impossible to predict
earthquakes. However, a number of aftershocks are experienced after the
earthquake. It will be necessary to provide information about the probability
of these aftershocks.
In case of floods, the rainfall and rise in the water level of Hindon, Ganga
and all the canals will be carefully observed. If the water level rises posing
danger of inundation, the district administration will issue warning for the
areas that are likely to be affected.
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The early warning will also convey the extent of submergence, and
precautionary measures people must take to protect their lives and property
against floods.
Warnings regarding earthquake and floods will be given through radio and
television. These warnings will be repeated every half an hour.
7.5 Urban Search and Rescue:
Urban Search and Rescue activities include, but are not limited to, locating,
extricating, and providing immediate medical assistance to victims trapped in
collapsed structures.
Non-urban Search and Rescue activities include, but are not limited to, emergency
incidents that involve rescuing boats and people during floods, assisting with road,
rail, and air accidents, and treating any victims upon their rescue
7.5.1 Search and Rescue:
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At present, the Police, Army, and Fire Services carry out most of the search
and rescue functions. Though search and rescue has become a highly
specialized function, the first responder agencies are not sufficiently trained
or equipped for undertaking these operations. Generally, in all emergency
situations, these agencies mount an improvised response.
The District Emergency Preparedness Committee may constitute two search
and rescue teams for the city of Ghaziabad, drawn from first responder
agencies: police, fire services, and civil defense. Medical services form a very
strong component of search and rescue functions, and hence a number of
paramedics from the Health Department need to be included. Inclusion of
specialists from the Directorate of Factories and other technical specialists
from private or municipal sector will provide further strength to the search
and rescue team.
The district administration should incur the expenditure on constituting,
training, equipping and maintaining search and rescue teams. The expenses
should be met through the budget available for disaster response and
recovery.
Ghaziabad search and rescue teams can be used for all the disasters and
accidents in Ghaziabad division. It can therefore be organized as a regional
facility.
7.5.2 Evacuation
Necessity for Evacuation:
This function deals with the movement of people to a safe area, from an area
believed to be at risk, when emergency situations necessitate such action.
7.5.3 Factors to be considered for Evacuation:
There are several factors which must be considered when planning for an
evacuation. Among these are the characteristics of the hazard or threat itself. The
magnitude, intensity, speed of onset, duration, and impact on the local community,
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are all significant elements to be considered. They will determine the number of
people to be evacuated, time available in which to effect the evacuation, and the
time and distance of travel necessary to insure safety. Evacuees are moved from
their homes to a designated area (not very far from their homes), not impacted by
the hazard that caused the evacuation.
7.5.4 Emergency Conditions for Evacuation:
The emergency conditions that could require evacuation are:
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Chemical and Industrial Hazard;
Civil Disturbances and Fire;
Earthquake; and
Flooding
Areas, which may require to be evacuated, are those in close proximity of chemical
industries and ordnance factories. In case of civil disturbances, people living in old
residential areas of Kanpur may need to be evacuated.
7.5.5 Developing an Evacuation Plan:
Evacuation in a city like Ghaziabad is an extremely complex task. It is necessary for
the district administration to prepare specific sub-plan for evacuation, in particular,
for the populations living close to the major chemical industries and ordnance
factories. The evacuation plan may carry following details:
• The evacuation plan should make provisions for carrying out a complete
or partial evacuation of the people from risk areas.
• The areas likely to be evacuated are defined.
• The travel routes are specified and the destination of evacuees is
identified. The means that will be used to transport evacuees are
described.
• The approach for controlling the flow of evacuees from the threatened
area is outlined and the arrangements that have been made to return
evacuees to their homes explained.
• In those emergencies for which there is sufficient warning in advance,
evacuation could be carried out using designated routes. In these cases,
people can be given all the necessary information through radio,
television and newspapers for orderly evacuation. Some families will
evacuate through their own means. Transport will have to be provided for
the remaining population.
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In most cases, people will be required to evacuate in emergency
situations with little or no warning, and so the evacuation will be
implemented on an ad hoc basis.
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7.5.6 Operational Instructions for Evacuation:
Evacuation will be carried out as follows:
The D.M. will order evacuation, in consultation with the Plant manager,
or any other emergency authority.
The D.M. will designate an In-charge Officer for supervising evacuation
operations.
The D.M. will announce the necessary information regarding
Evacuation—areas to be evacuated, routes to be followed, and
Destination of evacuation—through radio, television and Newspapers.
If the evacuation is to be done urgently, the D.M. will organize public
announcement in the area likely to be evacuated.
The D.M. will seek the assistance of the District Transport Officer and
the Manager, UPSRTC in getting necessary transport— buses and
trucks— for evacuation.
The In-charge Officer will ensure that the women, children, old and
people with disabilities are evacuated first.
The In-Charge Officer will fix the routes for evacuation. Traffic on the
evacuation route will be regulated.
The DM will designate those public buildings where the evacuees will
be taken. These public buildings / shelter must be in safe areas.
In all the mass shelter facilities, health care must be provided.
Evacuees will be informed of the associated health hazards.
The In-charge Officer will get the police deployment to control access
to the evacuated area and provide security for the protection of
property in the area that has been evacuated.
The In-charge Officer will also be responsible for returning the people
to the homes once the emergency is over.
7.5.7 Family Preparedness for Evacuation:
Families should be encouraged to take along adequate supplies of water, food,
clothing and emergency supplies.
The families should be encouraged to assemble the following disaster supplies kit:
Adequate supply of drinking water in closed containers.
Adequate supply of non-perishable packaged food and dry rations.
Blankets and bed sheets, towels.
A change of clothing and rain gear.
Buckets, plates, glasses, mug made of plastic.
Soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste.
A battery-powered radio, torch, lantern, matchboxes.
Cash and jewelry.
Personal medicines.
A list of important family documents including ration card, passport, bank
passbook, address/telephone book, certificates, driving license, property
documents, insurance documents etc.
Special items including food for infants, elderly or disabled persons.
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7.5.8 Necessary Precautions at Family level:
People may be advised to follow these steps:
Secure their homes. Close and lock doors and windows.
Turnoff the main water valve and electricity.
Leave early enough to avoid being trapped.
Follow recommended evacuation routes.
Not to move or drive into other congested / blocked areas.
Stay away from downed power lines.
The district administration will ask the District Animal Husbandry Office to make
arrangements for pets and other animals.
7.6 Medical Arrangement and Mass Care:
The district administration will undertake all the measures related to mass care,
taking into account the nature of medical issues arising from an event. In case of an
earthquake, the injured may require orthopedic treatment, while in case of floods,
there will be more cases of water-borne diseases. Chemical hazards and bioterrorism may evoke issues related to decontamination and safety of victims and
responders.
In all cases, the district administration will have to take decision on the nature of
mass care: in-place sheltering versus evacuation, and multi hazard /multi agent
triage. The district administration will also have to anticipate the need to handle
large numbers of people who may or may not be contaminated but who are
fearful about their medical well being.
7.6.1 General Instructions:
•
State and local health departments, as well as local emergency first
responders, will organize ambulances for immediate transfer of all the
people critically injured in the incident.
•
The first responders will set up a triage for all the injured, and get qualified
personnel to supervise the triage. The injuries will be checked and the
need for medical assistance immediately assessed.
•
The district administration will organize in-place sheltering if it is required
and organize supplies and personnel for the arrangement.
•
Except in those cases where in-place sheltering is necessary all the
critically injured people will be admitted in the Intensive Care Units of
different hospitals in the city.
All the hospitals in the city will have a system of mutual aid. Hospitals will
coordinate in admitting all the injured to their ICUs.
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All the hospitals will assess the need for blood transfusion. Blood banks in
the state will be asked to send blood supplies immediately.
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The district administration will arrange food and clean drinking water for
all the people who occupy “in-place shelter”, decontamination station or
hospital. The district administration will make these arrangements till the
situation is normalized.
7.6.2 Impact of Chemical hazards and bio- terrorism:
The timing of the adverse health effects of a chemical accident or release of a
biological agent after exposure may vary, as follows:
•
Acute effects appear within seconds or minutes, and Include eye
irritation, broncho constriction or pulmonary edema.
•
Sub-chronic effects appear within hours or days, and Include delayed
pulmonary edema from phosgene, or renal failure in arsenic poisoning.
•
Chronic effects appear weeks to years after exposure.
These may be of the greatest concern in an incident, even in the absence of any
casualties with acute or sub chronic effects, and may include cancer and
reproductive abnormalities.
7.6.3 Protocol for Medical care:
The Chief Medical Officer will set up a chemical-specific medical management
protocol for treating the victims. The protocol will address following issues:
•
Description (synonyms, appearance, routes of exposure, potential for
secondary contamination, physical properties table, sources and uses);
•
Health Effects (organ systems affected by acute exposure, potential
sequel, effects of chronic exposure);
•
Pre hospital Management organized by Hot Zone, Decontamination
zone, and Support Zone (personal protection, decontamination, support,
triage, transportation);
•
Emergency Department Management organized by Decontamination
area and Critical Care Area (specific medical procedures to treat the
exposed patient, patient disposition); and
•
Patient Information Sheet (the exposure and its potential effects, follow-up
instructions).
7.7 Damage assessment:
Damage assessment is a critical exercise for recovery and rehabilitation. Damage
assessment may be organized in two broad groups: one meant to assess losses at
the individual and household level, and the other for the public buildings and
infrastructure.
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7.7.1 Damages at Individual and Household Level:
At the individual and household levels, following damages need to be assessed:
• Human Deaths and Injuries,
• Individual Houses and Flats / Apartments
• Business and Livelihood Losses
7.7.2 Damage Assessment Methodology:
•
To assess these individual and household-level damages, constitute damage
assessment committees involving staff from revenue, civil defense, municipal
corporation and prominent citizens.
•
The damage assessment will be carried out on the basis of physical visits and
inspections. The committee will prepare damage assessment estimates
through consensus. In those cases, where there is difference within the
committee regarding methods or findings of the damage assessment
exercise, it will be decided by the Sub-divisional Magistrate / District /
Additional District Magistrate.
•
The entire process of disaster management will be supervised by the District /
Additional District Magistrate at the level of city, and by the Sub-divisional
Magistrate in rural areas of the district.
•
Damage assessment reports will be prepared in the format prescribed for the
purpose, given in the Annex.
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Damage assessment should be conducted and completed within one month
of disaster. However, if certain areas have been left out, or some more
accuracy is required in the reporting, the committee can again look at the
damage assessment report
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Chapter- VIII
Contingency Plan
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8.1
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Earthquake Contingency Plan 2011-12
8.1.1 Earthquake Response, Recovery and Mitigation:
Though earthquake is not a known disaster in the district, it is important for the district
administration to be prepared for responding to the situation arising from the
earthquake. The district of Ghaziabad lies in a High Damage Risk Zone IV. However,
a strong earthquake in the Himalayan foothills or even a moderate earthquake
nearby can have a devastating impact in view of vulnerability of the houses and
buildings in Ghaziabad. Earthquakes are more dramatic in their impact, and the
resources required for response and recovery are of a different order of magnitude.
8.1.2 Real Time Information on Important Physical Details of the Earthquake:
It is impossible to predict or forecast an earthquake. However, the seismic activities
in the district and region can be monitored through deployment of seismometers
and ground motion accelerographs. Indian Meteorological Department is the lead
agency for monitoring earthquakes. It is the responsibility of the IMD to provide
information about the magnitude of the earthquake as soon as the earthquake
occurs. In case the information is not forthcoming, the district administration can
itself contact the IMD in Lucknow and Delhi to find out about the earthquake.
The most important information about the earthquake is the magnitude and
epicenter.
If an earthquake is less than magnitude 5 on Richter scale, the probability of
damage is very low. An earthquake, with a magnitude between 5 and 6 on Richter
scale is a moderate earthquake, and given the state of houses and buildings in the
city, the district administration should expect considerable damages in the areas
close to the epicenter. An earthquake of magnitude more than 6 is a big
earthquake, and consequences are likely to be enormous. It could be described as
below.
Earthquake
Earthquake
Earthquake
< Magnitude 5
> Magnitude 5 and <Magnitude 6
> Magnitude 6
Level 1 Disaster
Level 2 Disaster
Level 3 Disaster
8.1.3 Earthquake Information:
The district administration should immediately find out about the magnitude and
epicenter from the IMD. Its response should be guided by the information on these
two important parameters.
The Geological Survey of India and the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology,
Dehradun are the two other organizations, which can provide information on the
earthquake.
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8.1.4 Primary Responders Supportive Service:
Revenue Department, District Police, Health, Fire Services, Civil Defence, and Home
Guards. NGOs, PWD, Irrigation, Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation, Ghaziabad
Development Authority, Jal Nigam, UP State Electricity Board, and Bharat Sanchar
Nigam Limited
8.1.5 Earthquake Response:
Information and Communication:
•
Gather information regarding the deaths, injuries and damages. Conduct a
ground or aerial survey to determine the scope of the damage, casualties,
and the status of key facilities. Damage assessment is a vital exercise in order
to identify areas where urban search and rescue operations are to be
conducted, and a priority for conduct of these operations is to be
established.
•
Establish communication links with the Divisional Commissioner, Meerut, and
all the senior officials in Lucknow including the Chief Secretary and Relief
Commissioner.
•
Communication links are most important for search and rescue operations,
and flow of medical assistance and emergency supplies. Since land-based
communications lines are thrown out of gear by the earthquake, ask the
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) to restore communication lines
immediately.
8.1.5.1 Deployment of Search and Rescue Teams:
•
Disconnect the electrical supplies to the damaged area, unless the UP State
Electricity Board considers it safe to resume electric supplies.
•
Deploy Search and Rescue teams of the District Police, Fire Service, and
Indian Army in earthquake response immediately.
•
Remove trapped and injured people from collapsed buildings, and organize
administration of first aid.
•
Ask for the deployment of NDRF, Rapid Action Force (RAF), Central Industrial
Security Force (CISF) etc.
•
Ask for reinforcement from the Fire Services and police from all the
neighboring districts.
•
Procure necessary equipment for the Search and Rescue operations: cranes,
gas cutters, earthmovers from the neighboring districts Meerut, Gautam
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Budhnagar. Seek the help of private sector in getting the necessary search
and rescue equipment.
•
If search and rescue teams available locally are not adequate for
responding to the situation, make a request for deployment of search and
rescue teams from abroad.
•
Protect the collapsed houses from theft and burglary. Do not allow salvaging
of these houses, unless it is safe to enter. Ensure that only family members are
allowed to salvage their houses.
•
Cordon off the earthquake-affected areas and regulate the traffic. Control
access to the area until it is safe. Only those people directly involved in
emergency response operations should be allowed to enter. Ensure that the
search and rescue operations continue unimpeded.
8.1.5.2 Emergency Relief, Medical Assistance and Disposal of Dead Bodies:
•
Assess the needs of emergency relief and submit the demand to the state
and central governments.
•
Ask for the Indian Air Force support for deployment of relief. Provide the list of
these helipads in the district with their coordinates to the Indian Air Force.
•
Get as many ambulances as possible. Arrange transportation of all the
injured to urban hospitals.
•
Since physical injuries are likely to be very extensive, orthopedic surgery will
be required on a large scale.
•
Remove all the rubble, wreckage and other material, which block or hamper
the performance of emergency response functions. Undertake demolition
and other actions to clear obstructed roads.
•
Ask the traffic police to provide access routes for transportation of
emergency relief. In those cases, where alternative routes are to be
provided, seek the help of PWD and even Indian Army. Construct
emergency detours and access roads. Repair or reinforce roads and bridges
even on a temporary basis.
•
Control traffic. Ensure that search and rescue teams and relief teams could
reach the earthquake-affected areas without any delay.
•
Organize mass funerals if the number of deaths is high.
•
Arrange for disposal of cattle that perished in the earthquake. It could be a
serious health hazard.
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Establish a protocol for determining the appropriate time to allow evacuees
and the general public to re-enter the area that was severely impacted.
8.1.5.3 Inspection of Buildings:
•
Inspect buildings and structures that are critical to emergency services
operations and mass care activities. Designate those that may be occupied
and identify / mark those that are unsafe.
•
Inspect buildings and structures that may threaten safety. Identify / mark
those that are unsafe and may not be occupied.
•
Inspect less critical damaged structures. Designate those that may be
occupied and identify / mark those that are unsafe to occupy.
•
Make arrangements for the demolition of condemned structures.
8.1.5.4 Earthquake Needs:
Set up relief camps close to the earthquake-affected areas. Appoint one
responsible officer as in-charge of each of these relief camps.
8.1.5.5 Assessment: Food, Drinking Water and Temporary Shelter:
•
•
•
•
Assess the needs of food and drinking water based on preliminary estimates
of damages.
Ask the Civil Supplies Department, NGOs and charitable organizations to
make the provision for food and drinking water.
Ask the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation and Ghaziabad Development
Authority to provide clean drinking water through tanks and installation of
hand pumps.
Organize a public health campaign in the earthquake-affected areas for
immunization against epidemics. Outbreak of an epidemic is serious
possibility.
•
Make provision for special health and nutrition needs of the vulnerable
groups: children, women and the old,
•
Since a large number of people will be homeless, assess the needs of
temporary shelter.
•
Set up temporary shelter made of local building material and GI sheets.
•
Provide sanitation facilities in all the temporary shelters.
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8.1.5.6 Earthquake Damage Assessment:
Since damages are much higher in volume and magnitude in case of earthquakes,
damage assessment must be a more organized exercise. The damage assessment
should be carried out for all the sectors. However, there are two distinct damage
assessment exercises: a. assessment of damage to public buildings and
infrastructure, and b. damage assessment of individual houses.
Ask the respective departments in charge of civic services and critical
infrastructure to assess damages to carry out damage assessment through
their own officials. The damage assessment should include both the primary
and secondary losses.
Constitute several teams of engineers drawn from the PWD and Irrigation to
carry out damage assessment of individual houses.
Train the engineers in damage assessment. The International Association of
Earthquake Engineering has laid down five categories of damages. These
categories can be modified for the assessment exercise. Make these
categories simple and identifiable.
8.1.5.7 Earthquake Recovery, Rehabilitation and Mitigation:
•
Set up an independent project for recovery and rehabilitation. It involves a
huge amount of work, which cannot be undertaken in a routine
administrative course.
•
Announce a recovery and rehabilitation program, based on the assessment
of damages.
•
Restore all the civic services and critical infrastructure first. Ensure that
electricity and water supply are restored, and phones are working. Repair
roads and bridges as soon as possible. Check that all the critical irrigation
structures in the district are safe and do not threaten flooding.
•
Open all the schools as soon as possible. Resumption of schools is very helpful
in restoring normalcy.
•
Arrange financial assistance and credit to small business, traders, artisans,
service-providers, and farmers so that they can resume their agricultural
operations.
•
Implement labor-intensive schemes, which generate employment.
•
Prepare a reconstruction program, which includes components of loans and
subsidy.
•
Insist upon the inclusion of earthquake-resistant features in
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Construction.
• Appoint engineers at the local level to supervise the reconstruction program.
Train them in earthquake engineering.
• Set up a program for the dissemination of earthquake-resistant technology
among people through building centers, and popular media.
•
Develop financial incentives for seismic strengthening of houses.
A better disaster management with minimum vulnerability is possible only by means
of preparedness and mitigation measures. Maximum the disaster preparedness,
minimum the vulnerability. Neither a disaster can be prevented nor diverted to any
other place. The only possible thing is to minimize the effect.
The changing concept of disaster management has taken its birth in mere
hypothesis. Today there is a paradigm shift in the approach to disaster
management from a culture of relief and rehabilitation to that of preparedness and
mitigation.
8.1.6 NON-STRUCTURAL MITIGATION PLAN
Ghaziabad is considered as the worst for disasters like earthquake, flood and
fire. Ghaziabad falls in Zone IV, which indicates the District, as at high risk to
earthquake. The district is prone to flood from river Hindon, Ganga and Yamuna. In
addition to this, fire is a major concern for the District as fire incidents have risen
steeply in the last couple of decades. The vulnerability of the district increases in fire
accidents since most of the colonies and slums are thickly populated.
The non structural mitigation is basically framed in such a way that the whole
population of the district will be sensitized on disaster management and their
capacity is developed to cope up with a hazardous situation.
8.1.6.1 Preparedness Methodology
Instead of waiting for a disaster to occur and then to manage it, this concept
envisages to make people part of the management process. The plan contains a
series of measures for preparedness in schools, colleges, hospitals, and all other vital
institutions and ultimately the community itself. In a disaster management cycle,
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preparedness shall be the first step. People of a given area have to be guided to
prepare their own coping mechanism. For this the district shall plan various activities
and reach out to the local level.
8.1.6.2 Sensitization / Awareness Campaigns
The District administration must reach out to the local residents and general
public of the district with various level sensitization programmes. Sensitization
programmes shall be conducted for schools, hospitals, colleges, communities,
policy makers and all other specific sectors. Awareness on multi hazards and dos
and don’ts to solve it are most import and basic for a human being to save
him/herself. Disaster strikes everywhere everyone irrespective of land, caste, creed,
color, people, and gender. The basic information shall be given in forms of booklets
reading materials, audiovisual material etc. The broad objectives of such
programmes shall be as follows:
1. To bring awareness about disasters among the inmates of all institutions and
residents of all communities in Ghaziabad.
2. To pave way for strict enforcement of building rules in construction departments
and contractors.
3. Preparation of Building Evacuation Plans and training the general public on
basics of self defence thereby building capacities of school authorities and
saving lives in the event of an Earthquake or Fire accidents or any other disaster.
4. To sensitize officers from the District Administration, Police Dept, Health Dept, Fire
Service and all other parallel agencies.
5. Different methods and techniques shall be utilized to spread awareness on
disaster in the district. Some sample techniques and methods are listed below:
Public meetings and loud speaker announcements
Group meetings of RWAs and other logical units
Hoardings at Public Places like Hospital, Railway Station, Malls and Market etc.
Wall painting in the communities
Distribution of reading materials to the general public
Distribution of posters and other Information Education and Communication
(IEC) materials to children and community people
Street plays, documentaries and films on the subject
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Use of electronic media, especially cable channels
Quiz-painting competitions, special types of books, etc for students
Any other means the DDMA/ESFs feels apt and proper
8.1.6.3 Training and Capacity Building
A series of training programmes shall be organized for specialized groups like,
district DMTs, sub division and community level office bearers, teachers and
principals, doctors and engineers, architects and masons and builders and
contractors etc. All walks of people shall be trained. This can even be on
construction of buildings and other structures earth quake resistant.
District shall identify sensitization as one of the best tools to create awareness
programme and preparation of Community Based Disaster Management
planning. In this respect organize a series of programmes for the community
people, Resident Welfare Organizations and NGOs.
There are organizations like Civil Defence, NYK, NCC, NSS, Routary Club etc,
which have thousands of volunteers from each nook and corners of the distinct.
The district must train their volunteers and the wardens of these bodies in the
district, thus people from various corners will be trained and sensitized in disaster
management and this can make a magnifying result.
For better sustainability of disaster management, the DDMA / ESFs shall think of
training Civil Defence & Home Guard, NYK, NCC and NSS volunteers at the cost
of the district administration and they shall be given certificate of training,
identity cards as disaster managers. The DDMA/ ESFs can take appropriate
decision for paying any honorariums for their services.
Training programmes shall be organized with RWAs and NGOs in the district or
they shall be funded for organizing such programmes. Corporate sponsors shall
be contacted to hold such massive training programmes.
8.1.6.4 Disaster Management Planning
It is a known fact that the entire district of Ghaziabad falls under Zone IV; so
that it is highly prone to multi hazards like earthquake. In addition, fire is a major
concern for the District as fire incidents have risen steeply in the last couple of
decades. The vulnerability of the district increases in fire accidents since most of the
colonies and slums are thickly populated.
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The first responder of any disaster anywhere is none other than the local
people who are the victims too. Once a disaster has been occurred, many
agencies like NGOs, Military and Para Military Agencies as well as the Government
Agencies approach the area. But it takes time to start rescue and relief operations
by these agencies due to poor accessibility and approachability to the disaster site
and ignorance to the geographical situation of the affected area. Taking all these
in to stoke, the district shall organize various planning exercises with the local bodies.
Each ward has at least one RWA or Community Development Organizations. The
strategy of planning shall be as follows:
1. The territory of each RWA can be taken as logical unit for planning
2. Where there is no RWA, similar local bodies or NGOs can be taken as logical
units
3. Where there is more than one RWA the Registered RWA/first formed RWA/that,
which has more public coverage and support, shall be taken in to consideration.
4. Every school in the district, irrespective of size, shall be a logical unit
5. Every Hospital with more than 10 bed shall have Disaster management plans
6. All Cinema Halls, Malls, Clubs, religious centers etc where gatherings are
possible, shall have Disaster management plans
7. Every Government office/building/department shall have separate disaster
management plans
8. Every Merchant Traders Associations (MTA), shopping centers and district centers
9. All industries in the district, irrespective of size and nature.
The predominant objectives of the initiative shall be:
1. To create awareness on disasters and disaster management among community
leaders and general public.
2. To prepare Disaster Management plan for each logical unit with Hazard and
Resource Maps.
3. To form Disaster Management Committees (DMC) and Task Forces within the
logical unit, to manage disasters and train them specifically.
4. To exercise Mock Drills in each Community in a regular interval of time including
evacuation exercises.
Each logical unit shall collect the template/modal plan document from the EOC
at the district administration and after preparation a copy of the same shall be
submitted to the EOC and the other shall be with the logical unit. This plan
document shall be updated at least annually and the update information shall be
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given to the EOC in writing. The district EOC shall help the logical unit in conducting
the planning exercises as and when they request the same.
8.1.6.5 Disaster Resource Inventory
In a scenario of total damage due to disasters like earthquake, Flood, or
Thunderstorm all communication system disrupts and disaster managers become
armless in fighting the calamity. To overcome such obstacle, Government of India
has developed disaster management portals which facilitate the disaster managers
and administrates to track down resource stocks in the country or at least in the
neighboring area. This Website, called www.idrn.gov.nic.in, basically intended to
gather data from the government resources. Data are collected from local units
and line departments and uploaded by the District Administration after verification
and scrutiny.
Each government department in the district shall take part in updating this
portal regularly. They shall give information on fresh procurement of equipments,
manpower and technologies to the Emergency Operation Centre, Ghaziabad in
the prescribed format at least biannually.
8.1.6.6 Enforcing Existing Codes and Laws
Lists of codes are already in place to monitor the construction practices in
the district. Bureau of India Standards, national Building codes of India and
subsequent amendments in various acts provides sufficient legal protection to the
enforcing agencies for safe construction practices. In District Ghaziabad, the major
government bodies undertaking construction and grant permission to the private
players’ viz. Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam, PWD, Ghaziabad Development Authority, UP
Awas Vikas Parishad, NHAI and Irrigation and Flood Control Department shall ensure
that structural safety measures are followed well. In District Ghaziabad the following
general structural safety codes shall be followed strictly:
1. IS: 456:2000 ―Code of Practice for Plain and Reinforce Concrete"
2. IS: 800-1984 ―Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel"
3. IS: 801-1975 ―Code of Practice for Use of Cold Formal Light Gauge Steel
Structural members in General Building Construction"
4. IS: 875 (Part-2): 1987- ―Design Loads (other than Earth Quake) for Building and
Structures, Part 2 Imposed Loads.
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5. IS: 875 (Part-3): 1987- ―Design Loads (other than Earth Quake) for Building and
Structures, Part 3 Wind Loads.
6. IS: 875 (Part-4): 1987- ―Design Loads (other than Earth Quake) for Building and
Structures, Part 4 Snow Loads.
7. IS: 875 (Part-5): 1987- ―Design Loads (other than Earth Quake) for Building and
Structures, Part 5 Special Loads and Load Combination.
8. IS: 883:1966 ―Code of Practice for Design of Structural Timber in Building"
9. 9. IS 1904:1987 ―Code of Practice for Structural Safety of Buildings: Foundation"
10. IS: 1905:1987 ―Code of Practice for Structural Safety of Buildings: Masonry Walls
11. IS: 2911 (Part 1) section 1: 1979 ―Code of Practice for Design and Construction of
Pile Foundation Section 1
Part 1:
Section 2 Based Cast-in-situ Piles
Part 1:
Section 3 Driven Pre Cast Concrete Piles
Part 1:
Section 4 Based Pre Cast Concrete Piles
Part 2:
Timber Piles
Part 3:
Under Reamed Piles
Part 4:
Load Test on Piles
Besides the DDMA / ESFs shall take appropriate decisions to enforce Codes for Earth
Quake Protection, Wind Storm protection, Flood Protection etc.
8.1.7 STRUCTURAL MITIGATION MEASURES
It is immensely pivotal for the planning community to respond towards
disaster
management
positively.
Urban disaster
management
is
intimately
connected to the wholesome process of urban development and therefore needs
a sincere incorporation in the development planning itself.
The industrial relocation/location, unauthorized-regularization issue, slumming,
over densification and continuous influx of population to Delhi are some of the open
concerns and that besides a planning challenge it is a concern for disaster
management.
The district shall take steps for structural mitigation of disaster management. The
departments that are associated with development of residential and commercial
plots shall strict the NOC norms. The Building codes shall be strictly enforced in the
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district. Only seismically oriented engineers, contractors and masons shall be given
certificates for multi story constructions and real estates. Simultaneously retrofitting is
to be promoted with the expert advice. The possible two structural measures for
disaster protection are Retrofitting of the existing building and Earth Quake Resistant
new construction.
8.1.7.1 Retrofitting
For an existing building, Retrofitting or Seismic Strengthening is the only
solution to make it disaster resistant. In district, all lifeline buildings such as major
hospitals, Schools with large space for storage, district administration offices and
other vital installations shall be retrofitted in the first phase. In the second phase all
other significant buildings shall be given priority for seismic strengthening. Before
carrying retrofitting, a panel of experts shall be approached for assessing the
structure and to suggest the type of retrofitting required.
8.1.7.2 Earth Quake Resistant Construction
Promotion of Earth quake Resistant construction mainly includes construction
safety, quality control and inspection. In the previous decades, there were no
specific guidelines on EQ resistant constructions and seismic strengthening. All
construction except load bearing buildings up to 3 storeys shall be carried out under
the
supervision of
the
Construction Engineer
on Record
or
Construction
Management Agency on Record for various seismic zones. They shall be given a
certificate based on the norms on completion of the construction.
All the constructions for high-rise buildings higher than seven story’s, public
buildings, and special structures shall be carried out under quality inspection
programme prepared and implemented under the Quality Auditor on Record or
Quality auditor agency on Record in Seismic Zones IV and V. DDMA/ ESFs shall look
in to this aspect and ensure that such prerequisites are completed and observed by
the concerned agencies and construction engineers.
Illegal constructions, Encroachments, unapproved additions, alterations etc
of residential buildings and conversion of residential building in to commercial
purpose etc shall be checked by the District Administration with strict measures.
These unauthorized activities may lead to disasters in that particular area.
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8.1.8 Action Points
I. Planning and Preparation:
1.Identification of earthquake prone areas:
2. Identification of problems:
a. Loss of human life.
b. Casualties buried under fallen debris.
c. Destruction and Damage to Buildings.
d. Disruption of communication by land, sea and air.
e. Disruption of civic amenities e.g. electricity, water, transport, medical,
telephones, civil supplies etc.
f.
Large scale fires.
g. Floods in certain areas.
h. Disposal of human bodies and animals.
i.
Exposure to disease and danger of epidemics.
j.
Breakdown of law and order.
k. Breakdown of normal Government machinery in affected areas due
to Government servants themselves being affected by earthquake.
l.
Loss of morale.
m. Movement of population.
3. Identification and Mobilisation of Resources:
4. Command and Control
5. Advance Preparatory Action:
a. Preparation of Plans and skeleton organisation in advance.
b. Training of Personnel.
c. Establishment of alternative means of mobile communications.
d. Mobilisation of Fire Services including auxiliary firemen.
e. Plans of rescue of casualties trapped under-debris.
f.
Provision of hospital, medical and nursing staff.
g. Medical plans for improvised first aid posts and emergency hospitals.
h. Removal of Debris.
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Emergency sanitation, alternative supplies of water, salvage and custody of
valuables, procurement, distribution, accounting of gift stores, care of
animals etc.
j.
Provision of welfare facilities e.g. of homeless, establishment of Games,
information and guidance on essential matters, evacuation people,
alternative of including food, clothing and shelter.
k. Disposal of/the dead and their identifications
l.
Mobilisation of transport.
m. Requisitioning of vehicles and issue of petrol, oil, lubricant, spare parts and
repair facilities.
n. Protection of properties including objects of art and things of cultural
importance.
o. Special measure for the protection/repair/restoration or essential service
communications, industrial and vital plants.
p. Publicity.
q. Prevention of panic and upkeep of morale.
r.
Restoration of communications.
s. Liaison, particularly with the Armed Forces.
II. AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE
1. Instant reaction
2. Establishment of Control
3. Military Assistance
4. Corpse Disposal
5. Medical
6. Epidemics
7. Development of Resources
8. Outsides Relief
9. Camp-work and Employment
10. Fire-Fighting
11. Information
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8.2
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Flood Contingency Plan 2011-12
8.2.1 Flooding in Ghaziabad:
The flooding in Ghaziabad (Urban) district is of minor nature. Some of the low-lying
areas in the city are water logged during monsoon, largely due to inadequate
drainage. Flooding does not result into submergence of houses. The rural areas of
the district, which lie close to the river Hindon, Yamuna and Ganga, may get
flooded.
8.2.1.1 Early Warning Agencies:
Irrigation Department, Ghaziabad, Central
Meteorological Department, Lucknow.
Water
Commission
and
Indian
8.2.1.2 Primary Responders:
Revenue, Irrigation, Ghaziabad Development Authority, Municipal Corporation,
Ghaziabad, District Police, Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guards.
8.2.1.3 Supportive Services:
PWD, Health, Jal Nigam and NGOs.
8.2.2 Flood Preparedness:
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Direct the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam to clean drains and sewer lines of the
city, just before the monsoon.
•
Direct the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam to increase the carrying capacity of
drainage and sewerage lines in low-lying area of the city.
•
Ask the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam and Irrigation Department to arrange for
pumps, so that water from low-lying areas of the city could be pumped out.
•
Ask the Irrigation Department to check regulators and siphons on the canals.
Undertake repairs if necessary. In some cases, the capacity of regulators and
siphons need to be increased. Establish the protocol for the operation of
these regulators and siphons.
•
Ask the Irrigation Department to undertake cleaning of Nalas and canals,
wherever necessary, to increase the flow of water and improve drainage.
Strengthen their embankments wherever necessary.
•
Ask the PWD and Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam to inspect roads and bridges in
low-lying and flood-prone areas. Identify bridges, which need to be
strengthened, and water channels beneath need to be cleaned.
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Establish communications with the IMD, Lucknow, Central Water Commission
and Irrigation Department for information related to rainfall and discharge in
rivers and canals. Establish protocol for receiving information from these
agencies.
8.2.2.1 Early Warning for Floods:
•
Irrigation Department will provide early warning to the district administration
regarding rising water levels in rivers and floods. The Irrigation Department will
monitor the flooding situation on a round-the-clock basis, and pass all the
critical information to the District Control Room on a continuous basis.
•
Irrigation Department will provide information to the district administration on
a likely breach in the embankments of rivers and canals. It will provide
information and advice on the level of inundation such a breach will cause.
•
The Irrigation Department will also provide specific information to local
revenue officials—S.D.M.s, and Tehsildars—about rising water levels, breach in
embankments, and the likely inundation.
•
The S.D.M.s and Tehsildars, with the help of Kanungos and Lekhpals, will
inform communities about the extent of flooding, and the possible
precautionary measures that are needed.
•
The District Magistrate will inform the citizens and communities about flooding
in a particular area through public announcement.
•
Warning and information will also be provided through radio, television and
local newspapers. The Radio Station, Doordarshan, and Cable TV will
provide flood warnings frequently as required. . The District Magistrate will
appeal to all the citizens to get the latest information on flooding through
mass media.
8.2.2.2 Activation of Key Facilities:
•
The district administration will order closure of schools and colleges in floodaffected areas.
•
The district administration will ask the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam to install
pumps in the city to drain out water in the river or canal.
•
The district administration will deploy revenue staff, police officials, civil
defense, and fire services for all the preparedness and precautionary
measures
•
The district administration will operate District Control Room (DCR) on a
round-the-clock basis. Assign officials to the DCR in three shifts of eight hours
each.
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8.2.2.3 Evacuation:
Evacuation is an alternative that should be exercised only when it is
unavoidable. There are many reasons. First, the people are not willing to leave
their houses and property. Second, appropriate transit accommodation is not
always available, and sanitation facilities are always inadequate. Third,
evacuation is an expensive exercise, requiring expenditure on transportation,
and provision of food. However, in many circumstances, evacuation may
become necessary, and so following steps will be taken to evacuate people:
The district administration will ask the District Transport Officer and Manager,
State Road Transport Corporation to organize buses and other vehicles to
evacuate people.
The district administration will make a public announcement regarding the
areas being evacuated, transport arrangements for evacuation, and transit
shelters. The district administration should use public announcement system,
radio and television for providing the necessary information.
Civil Defense employees will take care of the most vulnerable groups such as
the old, disabled, women and children.
Assign a responsible official to supervise evacuation. Ensure that evacuation
is orderly. Ask the Civil Defense volunteers to give priority to the vulnerable
groups, the old, women, and children, for evacuation.
Deploy boats if it is necessary for the purpose of evacuation. Maintain law
and order. Ensure that there is no incidence of looting in course of
evacuation.
8.2.2.4 Transit Shelters:
•
Guide the evacuation to identified transit shelters: college and school
buildings, and other public buildings.
•
Identify transit shelters, which have some sanitation facility.
•
Provide separate space for men and women for public toilets.
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8.2.2.5 Deployment of Emergency Responders:
•
Deploy search and rescue team from the District Police, Fire Services, and
Civil Defense. NGOs and citizens’ groups can assist the first responders.
•
If the first responders in the district do not have the adequate strength for
dealing with the situation, ask the external responders. Assess the
requirement, and establish which the most appropriate agency for
deployment is. Ask for the assistance of the PAC or the Indian Army,
depending upon the availability of forces and their capability.
•
Seek the intervention of Army, Sub-area Command, Ghaziabad, if the other
emergency responders are inadequate for responding to the situation.
•
Attach government officials to the units of emergency responders: the Army,
Police and PAC. They can provide local information to these responders and
also help in coordination at the local level.
8.2.2.6 Protection of Canal and River Embankments:
•
Irrigation Department will maintain a continuous vigil over the river and canal
embankments.
•
Irrigation Department will take necessary steps for reinforcement of
embankments if they are under threat. It will ensure supplies of sandbags,
stones and other materials for repairing embankments when they are
breached.
8.2.2.7 Operation of Siphons and Regulators:
•
Irrigation Department will assign staff for operating siphons and regulators
so that water in bigger canals could be maintained at a certain level.
8.2.3 Flood Relief Operations:
•
Estimate the number of people who have been affected by floods.
Assess the requirement of drinking water and food accordingly.
•
Report to the Divisional Commissioner and the Relief Commissioner
about the need for food provision and relief amount.
•
Organize supply of drinking water. Ask the Ghaziabad Municipal
Corporation to provide drinking water through tankers and temporarily
installed hand pumps.
•
Distribute chlorine tablets among families for purification of water.
•
Organize cooked food for people staying in transit shelters.
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Seek the assistance of NGOs and charity organizations in distributing
food and clean drinking water.
•
Organize dry ration for the people who are staying on rooftops of their
houses, inundated by water. A list of items to be included in the Relief
package is given in the Annex.
•
Maintain accounts of disbursements and food procurement on a daily
basis at the Tehsil / ward level.
8.2.4 Floods Recovery and Rehabilitation:
After every major disaster, the Government announces a financial package for
recovery and rehabilitation. All the measures taken for recovery and rehabilitation
are guided by the financial package announced by the government.
•
Undertake repairs of all the critical public systems: roads, bridges, water
supply programs and electrical lines so that the basic amenities are available
to the people in the flood-affected areas. It helps restore normalcy in the
area.
•
Undertake necessary repairs to school and hospitals. Reopening of schools is
very important for restoring the normalcy of life. Similarly, the hospitals must
begin to provide critical health services immediately.
•
Distribute financial assistance for repairs to houses in accordance with
damage estimates. Make payments by cheques. The damage assessment
committee should be present at the time of disbursement of financial
assistance.
•
Check that the amount disbursed has been spent on the repairs and
strengthening of the damaged houses. A small booklet can be prepared
demonstrating simple techniques of repairs and strengthening: strengthening
walls and roof, and raising the plinth of house, and building lofts for storage.
•
Assist artisans and small business owners with cheap credit and trade
implements so that they can resume their livelihood.
•
Continue aid and assistance through food supply and drinking water in those
areas, where the people are still restricted by flooding.
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8.2.5 Flood Mitigation:
Flood mitigation refers to the measures aimed at prevention and preparedness.
It reduces the actual or probable impact of floods on the people and their
environment.
The most important measure required for flood mitigation in Ghaziabad district
will be to improve drainage in the city. It will ensure that rain water is quickly
drained away into the river. It will prevent water logging.
It will be necessary to maintain embankments of all the canals that have
branched off the river Hindon, Yamuna and Ganga.
Mitigation is always local and it must be planned based on the experience of
flooding in the district. Mitigation measures, which are generically
recommended for flood Risk Management may not be very effective.
8.2.6 Action Points
1. Pre-flood arrangements :
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.
x.
xi.
xii.
xiii.
xiv.
xv.
xvi.
xvii.
xviii.
xix.
Convening a meeting of the District Level Committee on Natural
Calamities;
Functioning of the Control Rooms;
Closure of past breaches in river and canal embankments and
guarding of week points;
Rain-recording and submission of rainfall reports.
Communication of gauge-readings and preparation of maps and
charts;
Assigning charge of flood Circles;
Dissemination of weather reports and flood bulletins issued by the
meteorological Centres, Central Water Commission , Flood
Forecasting Organisation;
Deployment of boats at strategic points;
Use of power boats;
Installation of temporary Police Wireless Stations and temporary
telephones in flood-prone areas;
Arrangement for keeping telephone and telegraph lines in order;
Storage of food in interior ,vulnerable strategic and key areas;
Arrangements of dry food stuff and other necessities and of life;
Arrangements for keeping the drainage system desilted and properly
maintained.
Agricultural measures;
Health measures;
Veterinary measures;
Selection of flood shelters;
Advance arrangements for army assistance;
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xxi.
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Training in flood relief work;
Organisation of relief parties;
Other precautionary measures ; and
Alternative drinking water supply arrangements;
ARRANGEMENTS DURING AND AFTER FLOODS:
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Organising rescue operations.
Organising shelter for the people in distress, in case the efforts of the Civil
authorities are considered inadequate, Army assistance should be
requisitioned.
Relief measures by non-official and voluntary organisations may be enlisted
as far as possible.
Organise relief camps.
Provision of basic amenities like drinking water, sanitation and public health
care and arrangements of cooked food in the relief camps.
Making necessary arrangements for air dropping of food packets in the
marooned ward and villages through helicopters.
Organising enough relief parties to the rescue of the marooned people within
a reasonable time limit.
Establish alternate communication links to have effective communication
with marooned areas.
Organising controlled kitchens to supply foods initially at least for 3 days.
Organising cattle camps, if necessary, and provide veterinary care, fodder
and cattle feed to the affected animals.
Grant of emergency relief to all the affected people.
Submission of daily reports and disseminate correct information through mass
media to avoid rumors.
Rehabilitation of homeless.
Commencement of agricultural activities-desiltation, resowing.
Repairs and reconstructions of infrastructural facilities such as roads,
embankments, Resettlement of flood prone areas.
Health measures.
Relief for economic reconstruction.
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8.3
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Contingency Plan for Water Logging -2011-2012
In 1976, Ghaziabad became a district and it has developed over the years in a very
unplanned manner. Lack of planning has resulted in emergence of various
problems of which discharge of storm water is most important. Again there is
possibility of flood in river Hindon and Yamuna in case of heavy rain fall in the
catchments areas. The experience of last devastated Flood in the year 1978.
The monsoon generally starts in the month of June and ends in the month of
October. Normally, 80% of the total rain occurs during the months from June to
October.
So, it is imperative that, we remain prepared to tackle the disasters like flood, flash
flood, water logging and epidemics.
The City has developed over 30 years and more without any proper
planning. So in case of a natural calamity, rescue and relief operation becomes a
challenging job for the administration. Keeping the peculiar problems of the City in
view and experience of the past, the contingent plan is prepared to meet any
natural calamity.
8.3.1 Operation of Control Room:
The Control Room is intended to be the nerve centre of all emergency
activities and therefore, is to be adequately equipped and optimally located. The
Control Room of Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation operates mainly to collect and
transmit information concerning a natural calamity and relief and interact with the
concerned agencies who are involve in relief operation.
The Municipal Commissioner is in over all the Control Room and he is
responsible for implementing the standard operation procedure. The Control Room
is functioning round the clock in three shifts. One Junior Assistant who is assisted by
other two Class-IV employees manages each shift. Each shift is supervised by an
officer. In each shift, one Tractor and one Jeep are allotted to the Control Room to
manage exigencies. Additional labour is also provided.
During the monsoon rain or when we receive early warning of Flood or heavy rain,
technical personnel’s like Assistant Engineers and Junior Engineers are tagged to the
Control Room to take care of exigencies. At times of emergency, more vehicles and
labours are provided basically for transportation of pump sets, relief materials, for
movement of parties to locations and clearing of chocks in the drains.
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8.3.2 Deployment of Pumps:
Basing on the past experience, the vulnerable low-lying pockets in the City
have been identified where the movable pump sets will be deployed immediately
on requirement. The Pump Drivers and concerned ward Junior Engineers will be in
charge of such pumps.
The pump drivers of Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation have been' assigned
duties specifically to operate the pumps in different wards at the time of need. An
office order to this effect has been issued to all concerned. The concerned Junior
Engineers of the wards shall monitor the deployment and operation of pumps. In
order to carry the pumps to the desired sites, arrangement has been made to
provide tractors, loaders and coolies by the Health Section of Ghaziabad Municipal
Corporation.
Pump sets will be pre-positioned in different locations where there is possibility
of water logging in case of heavy rain by 1st week of June. Each Junior Engineer,
assisted by his Works Sparkers is responsible for operation of the pumps in his ward.
PUMPS LIKELY TO BE INSTALLED AT DIFFERENT PLACES OF GHAZIABAD CITY CATEGORY
C (PERMANENTPUMPINGSTATION)
SLNO
1
Zone
Name of the Location
City Zone
Nandgram
2
City Zone
Nai Basti
3
City Zone
Ambedkar Colony
4
Vijaynagar
Indra Colony
5
Vijaynagar
Latthmaar Colony
6
Vijaynagar
Biharipura
7
Vijaynagar
Sudamapuri
8
Vijaynagar
Dunda Haida
9
Vijaynagar
Sainbihar
10
Mohan Nagar
Harsh Colony
11
Mohan Nagar
Panchsheel Colony
12
Mohan Nagar
Tulsi Niketan
13
Mohan Nagar
Surya Nagar
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Mohan Nagar
15
Vasundhara
Brij Bihar
Kaushambi
15
Vasundhara
Neelkanth
17
Vasundhara
Gaumukh
18
Vasundhara
Gangotri Tower
8.3.3 Health & Sanitation:
The Nagar Swasthya Adhikari shall open a separate control room in his office
to combat occurrence of Epidemic, Diarrhoea and Dysentery at the time of
emergency. He has been directed to keep required quantity of medicines, ORS
packets, Halogen tablets, disinfectors, etc for use at the time of emergency. The
Health Officer shall supply required number of Coolies and Tractors to the Control
Room for transpiration of pump sets, for attending to the grievances of general
public like cleaning of drains during flood and rain etc. He shall keep all the staff
namely Sanitary Inspectors, Sweepers, Mates working under him in readiness during
the time of rain.
The Food Inspector will visit to all the hotels, Fruits and Vegetable Shops,
restaurants and check the quality of foodstuff. He is also directed to check the
venders are selling on the streets. He is to destroy all the noxious foods found in the
hotel, restaurants and venders in the streets.
The Health Officer has prepared a list of medicines required in case of
breakout of epidemics usually associated with the monsoon. Medical Officers in
Municipal Dispensaries have been directed to remain alert to face the situation.
The Sanitary Inspectors are directed to report about the outbreak of
epidemic in any area immediately to the Health Officer. The Health Officer and
Asst. Health Officer shall supervise the function of health teams in all respects round
the clock and report to Municipal Commissioner.
At times of calamity if it will be required to shift the people to safer places, it
has been decided to use the Govt. buildings/schools in each ward as shelter
houses.
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8.4
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Chemical Hazard Action Plan 2011-12
8.4.1 Chemical Hazard Response Plan:
The cycle of a chemical accident is as follows:
Emergency Phase: 30 minutes
Follow-up Response: A Few Hours
Clean-up Phase: Some days or weeks
The steps involved in emergency response to chemical hazards are as follows:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Warning and alarm systems
Emergency equipment and facilities in plants, industrial estates,
and during Transport
Plant emergency plan with adequate documentation
Emergency Operations Center with communications and transmission
Facilities
Emergency organization with services:
District-Level Crisis Group Leader, experts, and specialists
Emergency responders, including plant and municipal fire
Brigades, Police, and civil defense employees.
Health and medical services
Directorate of Factories
Transport and Logistics
Public information service (media)
• Coordination of plant emergency response plan with loc authorities.
• Periodic information of neighborhood / population on emergency
Response and behavior.
• Emergency drill and periodic exercises.
8.4.1.1 Operational Premises:
The chemical hazard response plan is based on certain operational premises. An
action plan can be effective only if the following operational requirements are met:
The Chemical Emergency Preparedness Plan is a shared responsibility of the district
administration and the management of the chemical industries. There must be
continuous meetings of the officials at the state and district level and the
representatives of the chemical industries to review the preparedness measures. A
joint sector program in chemical safety is the foundation on which the emergency
response plan can be effective.
All the Major Accident Hazard (MAH) factories in Ghaziabad have their updated
on-site plans, which have been reviewed by the Directorate of Factories. MAH units
conduct mock drills of the on-site emergency plans regularly. The amended MSIHC
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rules, 1994 lays down the requirement of a full scale mock trial of the on-site
emergency plan every six months.
All the factories must show due diligence in instituting safety management
mechanisms in their premises in accordance with the provisions of the Factories Act.
All the factories have their safety devices and fire equipments in place.
It is also laid down that the districts, which have the MAH installations, will prepare
an off-site emergency response plan for chemical and hazardous substances.
Ghaziabad (Urban) district too has a rudimentary off-site plan.
The district-level off-site Chemical Emergency Preparedness Plans are available to
all the members of the District-level Crisis Group, and important industries in
Ghaziabad.
All the participating agencies in the Chemical Emergency Preparedness Plans such
as the police, fire services, and medical services will participate in the mock
exercises and rehearsals. According to the MSIHC rules, a full-scale mock drill of the
district off-site emergency plan is an annual requirement.
There is a mutual aid agreement between the state fire service and fire brigade
facilities available with other private sector industries.
8.4.1.2 Immediate Response:
Following steps are involved in organizing the immediate response:
•
•
In an accident involving chemical industries, the situation can immediately
become explosive. The response time is always short.
The emergency responders—on-site emergency personnel, Fire Service,
Police, and Directorate of factories—will begin the response without losing
any time.
8.4.1.3 Report Accidents:
•
As soon as an incident in any industrial facility is reported, the District
Magistrate will issue a notification of the incident.
8.4.1.4 Notification:
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•
•
The notification will address the District and State-level Crisis Group. The
notification will also be immediately public for informing the community.
The notification will specify the immediate cause of the accident, the release
of hazardous substance, possible consequences and provide written reports
on actions taken and on medical effects.
The factory management / the Directorate of Factories will enclose a
material safety data sheet (MSDSs) or list of hazardous chemicals on-site
(above "threshold quantities") to the District, and State Crisis Groups and
other agencies
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• A notification by competent authority, which could be Local Crisis / District
Crisis/ State Crisis Group sets in a response. A notification is useful for:
Confirming that a chemical emergency has originated.
Estimating the actual or potential environmental impact.
Assessing the local response capacity
Identifying expert assistance required for emergencies.
8.4.1.5 Responsibility of the Industrial Facility Management:
The owner of the industrial facility, under the Manufacture, Storage and Import of
Hazardous Chemicals rules, 1989, will be responsible for but not limited to:
• Reporting the environmental accident.
• Responding to the accident safely and to the best of their abilities.
• Providing all information available to them involving the
Contaminants involved.
• Providing all information available to them regarding the cause of the
accident.
8.4.1.6 The information will relate to:
The nature and consequences of the major accident hazards; and
The safety measures which should be adopted in the event of a major
accident.
The Government of Uttar Pradesh may also ask the company management to pay
all costs incurred by all the agencies responding to the incident or for the clean up
and disposal of contaminants.
8.4.1.7 Issue alert:
Notification may carry the directives for maintaining alert. The notice of an alert
must include the likely impact of the accident and all the safety precautions people
should take.
8.4.1.8 Set up an Incident Command :
The District Magistrate will immediately set up an Incident Command at the
response site. He will either direct the operations himself or designate a responsible
official with requisite authority.
Once the incident is notified by the District Magistrate or any other local authority,
he will determine in consultation with the Directorate of Factories if the situation
requires the intervention of State- and Central-level Crisis Group.
An Incident Command will include both the District Control Room as well as Site
Operations Center. The District Control Room and Site Operations Center will be
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activated immediately and manned on a round-the-clock basis with adequate
communication facilities.
8.4.1.9 Coordination:
The chain of command in each of these facilities will be organized as follows:
Emergency Operations Center:
(State-level Crisis Group)
(1) Chief Secretary
(2) Secretary, Labor and
Employment
(3) Relief Commissioner
District Control Room
(District Crisis Group)
District Magistrate
Site Operations Center
District Magistrate / Assigned Officer
The detailed composition of the District-level Crisis Groups at all levels is given in the
annex. The addresses and phone numbers of all the functionaries included in these
crisis groups are given in the subsequent part of the plan.
8.4.2 Response:
There is typically little or no warning time associated with hazardous materials
accidents. Emergency response activities commence upon notification that an
incident has occurred or is imminent.
In case of any chemical emergency:
The District Magistrate will activate the DCR (District Control Room) and set up
an Incident Command Center at the site of accident.
The District Magistrate will establish contact with the State-level Crisis Group, and
if necessary, Central-level Crisis Group.
The District Magistrate will summon immediately all the local experts including
officials from the Directorate of Factories. The District Magistrate will also request
the State-Level Crisis Group to provide the necessary expertise for containment
of the situation.
The District Magistrate will direct all the emergency responder agencies-- Police,
Fire Services, Directorate of Factory officials, Health officials at the district level to
respond to the situation.
The District Magistrate will make an assessment of resources required for
responding to the situation, such as more police force, fire tenders and doctors,
and convey it to the State-level Crisis Group.
The District Magistrate will take all measures to contain the impact of chemical
accident by stopping traffic in the contaminated zone or evacuating people
from the affected area.
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Appropriate response actions will include:
Fire fighting;
Use of chemicals and other materials to contain or retard the
spread of the release;
Drainage controls;
Fences, warning signs, or other security or site control
precautions;
Removal of drums, barrels, tanks, or other bulk containers
that contain hazardous substances; and Other measures as
deemed necessary.
8.4.2.1 Secure information about the chemical emergency:
It is of vital importance to identify as soon as possible that a chemical emergency
has actually occurred. During the initial stages of the emergency there will be
unclear and conflicting reports, therefore, the officials conducting the assessment
should secure reliable sources of information to allow an objective assessment of
the situation. These sources of information are:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
Directorate of Factories
U.P. Pollution Control Board
Fire Brigade
District Police
Factory Management
The assessment will include on-site visits to the affected area. Safety personnel are
warned not to jeopardize their safety by taking unnecessary risks or entering
contaminated areas.
The assessment will include deaths, material damages, and the likely health
consequences. It will suggest antidotes and treatment regimes for those affected
by medical emergencies.
8.4.2.2 Initial Isolation and Protective Action Distances:
One of the first responses will be to cordon off the area of contamination, and
the people who are at risk will be evacuated. The Table of Initial Isolation and
Protective Action Distances suggests distances useful to protect people from
vapors resulting from spills involving dangerous substances which are considered
poisonous / toxic by inhalation. The table 4 below provides first responders with
initial guidance until technically qualified emergency response personnel are
available. Distances show areas likely to be affected during the first 30 minutes
after materials are spilled and could increase with time.
8.4.2.3 Initial Isolation Zone:
The Initial Isolation Zone defines an area surrounding the incident in which
persons may be exposed to dangerous (upwind) and life-threatening
(downwind) concentrations of material.
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8.4.2.4 Protective Action Zone:
The Protective Action Zone defines an area downwind from the incident in
which persons may become incapacitated and unable to take protective
action and / or incur serious or irreversible health effects. The Table provides
specific guidance for small and large spills occurring day or night.
Adjusting distances for a specific incident involves many interdependent
variables and should be made only by personnel technically qualified to make
such adjustments.
8.4.2.5 Protective Action Decision:
The choice of protective options for a given situation depends upon a number
of factors. For some cases, evacuation may be the best option; in others, inplace protection may be the best course. Sometimes, these two actions need to
be used in combination. In such situations, officials need to quickly give
instructions to the public.
8.4.2.6 Inform the Community Level:
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The District Magistrate is the official spokesperson at the district level.
The District / Additional District Magistrate will provide information to the
people through All India Radio, Doordarshan, and Cable TV. It is extremely
important that the information released is through most authentic sources in
the district.
The District Magistrate, supported by District-level Crisis Group, will provide, on
a continuing basis, specific information on the appropriate behavior and
safety measures people should adopt in the event of an accident involving
hazardous substances.
8.4.2.7 Establish communication with agencies:
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The District-Level Crisis Group will be in continuous contact with the Statelevel Crisis Group and if necessary, Central Crisis Group.
The District Magistrate will be in continuous contact with all the responder
agencies at the district level, and seek more resources through coordination
with Heads of Departments at the state level.
The district administration will establish contacts with the experts at the state
and national level for seeking their advice and guidance in dealing with the
situation.
8.4.2.8 Deploy Resources:
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The most important resources relate to fire-fighting, emergency medicine,
transport for evacuation, and trained personnel and experts. The district
administration will access these resources and deploy them as necessary. All
the important fire-fighting stations and hospitals close to industrial facilities are
included in the plan.
The District Administration will establish active liaison with the local industry
association and UP State Industrial Development Corporation, with an
objective of accessing and deploying their resources.
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Figure 6: Structure of Chemical Crisis Management Set
up
CABINET COMMITTEE
NATIONAL CRISIS MANAGEMENT
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JS LABOUR
JS HEALTH
ANIMAL HUSB AND
DAIRYING
DG CIVIL DEFENCE
FIRE ADVISOR DGCA
ADVISOR, CHEMICAL AND
PETROCHEM
JS FERTILIZERS
JS SURFACE TRANSPORT
CH. CONT. OF EXPLOSIVES
JS INDUSTRIES
DG ICMR
DG TELECOM
DG CSIR
DG ICAR
GM (RAIL SAFETY)
ADVSIOR DDES
REP. ICMA
REP. INDUSTRIES
CENTAL CRISIS GROUP: SECRETARY E & F
SECY. HEALTH
SECY. INDUSTRIES
SECY. TRANSPORT
SECY. LABOR
SECY. PUBLIC HEALTH &
ENGG
CHAIRMAN PCB
INSPECTOR OF FACTORIES
FIRE CHIEF
EXPERTS
REP. INDUSTRIES
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STANDING STATE CRISIS GROUP
CHIEF SECRETARY
DIRECTORATE OF
FACTORIES
CHIEF FIRE OFFICER
DY. SUPDT. OF POLICE
DIST. HEALTH OFFICER
COMMISSIONER,
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION
DEPT. OF PHED
REP. OF SPCB FACOTRIES
DIST. AGRI. OFFICER
EXPERTS
TRANSPORT COMM.
REP. OF INDUSTRIES
CHAIRMAN LLCG’S
DISTRICT-LEVEL CRISIS COMMITTEE:
DISTRICT COLLECTOR
LOCAL LEVEL GROUPS
SUB-DIVISIONAL MAGISTRATE
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Chapter- IX
Standard Operating Procedure
for Different Department
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SOPs: District Magistrate’s Responsibility
All the actions mentioned above are to be carried by different departments /
agencies participating in the District Emergency Management Plan. It is
necessary that all the departments have well-defined standard operating
procedures.
The District Magistrate will circulate the standard operating procedures among
the departments / agencies, and ask for compliance of the preparedness
measures in the District Emergency Preparedness Committee meetings. It is
necessary that all the departments / agencies are very familiar with the overall
plan and the procedures specifically applicable to them and report diligently
upon their implementation.
Standard Operating Procedures will be modified and improved upon in light of
changing circumstances. The District Magistrate will encourage all the
departments to suggest changes in these procedures with a view to enhance
the effectiveness of the District Emergency Management Plan.
9.2
Standard Operating Procedures for Revenue Department
In-charge Officer:
Additional District Magistrate Finance & Revenue
Preparedness
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Convene the meetings of District Emergency Preparedness
Committee.
Update the District Emergency Management Plan.
Maintain and activate the District Control Room
Decide upon the places where Civil Defense posts are to be set up.
Supervise deployment of Civil Defense officials.
Check upon inventories of resources, in particular those counteracting
HazMat.
Check the supplies of food grains through the Public Distribution
System.
Prepare a list of transit / temporary shelters, and check upon their
suitability for accommodating people.
Set up peace committees in the sensitive areas of the city, with a view
to increase citizens’ participation in civic affairs.
Convene meetings of NGOs in the district, and assign them specific
responsibilities for relief, recovery and rehabilitation.
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Coordinate with NDRF, CISF, RAF, and Army Sub-area Command, for
support towards response, rescue, evacuation and relief.
Response
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Seek information through early warning agencies such as Local
Intelligence Unit (L.I.U.), Central Intelligence Department (CID),
Directorate of Factories, Indian Meteorological Department (IMD), and
Irrigation Department. Precise information about disasters helps in
delimiting the impact area and estimating the impact.
Determine the scale of disaster, if it is L1, L2, or L3. Prepare a
mobilization plan accordingly.
Inform the state government, central government and other agencies,
asking for their specific resources and help.
Activate District and other city control rooms. Ensure that these facilities
are functional on a round-the-clock basis.
Alert all the district officials, and ask them to join response, rescue and
relief immediately. Cancel employees’ leave and ask them to report to
duty.
Inform the District Magistrates of neighboring districts about the
emergency and seek the coordination of response efforts.
Deploy the emergency responders: Police, Fire Services, Civil Defense,
PAC, RAF, Army, and Home Guards in rescue operations.
Disseminate all the information through the media: newspapers, radio,
and TV. Make public announcements if necessary.
Commence evacuation in the areas, which are likely to be inundated
and marooned.
Organize community kitchens in temporary shelters. Seek the
participation of NGOs and charity organizations.
Distribute relief material, which may include dry ration, kerosene oil,
clean drinking water, and some cash assistance to the people who are
affected by disasters.
Provide information regarding relief through the newspapers and radio.
Ensure there is no irregularity or bias in distribution of relief.
Inform the Divisional Commissioner, Relief Commissioner and Chief
Secretary about the emergency situation. Provide updated report on
disasters.
Assess the impact of disaster and likely damages. Estimate additional
resources required for relief and recovery. Ask for the help from state
and central governments, if necessary.
Assess damages through deployment of assessment teams. Prepare
records of damages at the village, ward, Tehsil and district levels.
Provide recovery support to the affected people in accordance with
the government policies in this regard. Provide subsidy and arrange
bank credit for farmers, small business and tradesmen.
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Implement Employment Assurance Scheme and other labor-intensive
works, which provides wages to the people for their subsistence
immediately after disasters.
Undertake a comprehensive assessment of preparedness, relief,
recovery and rehabilitation measures taken in a disaster cycle, and
improve the strategy for mitigation of disasters. Provide a detailed
report on all the stages of disaster to the government. An outline of the
report is given in the Annex.
Preparedness Checklist for Revenue Department
Sr. No.
Preparedness Measures
1.
Update District Disaster Management Plan;
Phone numbers, officials, details of offices and
facilities
Check
upon
communication
network:
phones, wireless, fax, Internet
Update road and traffic maps of the district.
Activate District Control Rooms. Assign
employees to the Control Rooms.
Review the deployment of Civil Defense
officials
Check upon availability and deployment of
fire tenders available with State Fire Services
and other public and private sector
companies.
Convene meetings of District Emergency
Preparedness Committee
Convene NGOs’ meeting; prepare a list of
NGOs with their Functional Specialization and
Geographical Coverage.
Check the Availability of Food Grains in PDS
shops.
Standardize a List of Relief Items for
Distribution.
Prepare a transport plan for evacuation and
distribution of relief.
Prepare a plan for VIPs’ movement.
Prepare a media plan for dissemination of
information to the people of the district; local
newspapers, radio, TV and cable.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
10.
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13.
14.
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Standard Operating Procedures for the Police
In-charge Officer:
Senior Superintendent of Police, Ghaziabad
Preparedness:
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Secure intelligence on a regular basis through L.I.U. and C.I.D.
Prepare a Deployment Plan for the Police force, based on the
needs of the most vulnerable areas. Maintain a list of sensitive
areas in the district.
Constitute ‘Search & Rescue’ Teams from the Police force, and
arrange training for these units. There should be at least three
Search and Rescue Teams for the city.
Establish coordination with the Fire Services, Ghaziabad.
Establish coordination with the units of PAC, RAF, and CISF in
Ghaziabadr.
Check the wireless communication network, and secure
additional wireless sets for deployment during emergencies.
Check communication links with the District Control Room.
Keep the police vehicles in readiness for deployment of the
police.
Identify anti-social elements in the area and take appropriate
preventive steps to ensure smooth response and relief
operations.
Response:
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Patrol sensitive areas and monitor all the potential
troublemakers.
Assist the district administration with the dissemination of early
warnings through wireless network.
Deploy Search and Rescue teams to save people from lifethreatening situations.
Assist in identifying the seriously injured people, and assist the
district administration in organizing emergency transport of
seriously injured to medical treatment centers
Assist the district administration with the evacuation of people
affected by disasters. Seek the resources of the PAC and RAF
companies in Ghaziabad.
Ensure that evacuation is carried out in an orderly way with the
help of officials and community leaders.
Provide police guard for those areas which have been
evacuated. Ensure safety of property of the people who have
left their homes and possessions behind, and outsiders do not
have access to evacuated areas.
Assist in the supply of food grains and other relief items in the
disaster-affected areas. Ensure that relief is distributed in an
orderly way, and there is no looting or a law and order problem.
Provide police escort to the relief vehicles if required.
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Control traffic. Ensure that there is no traffic jam. Identify roads,
which are to be made one-way, or to be blocked, or where
alternate routes are to be provided. Divert traffic whenever
necessary.
Make traffic and security arrangements for visiting VIPs. Ensure
that response operations and supply and distribution of relief
goods are not really affected.
Ensure that the police stations are functioning immediately after
the emergency at all required locations, as may be requested
by the district control room, and that staff are available for the
variety of needs that will be presented.
Provide security in relief camps and temporary shelters and
identify areas that need to be cordoned off.
Assist district authorities to take necessary action against
hoarders, black marketers and those found manipulating relief
material in the wake of a disaster.
Make officers available to inquire into and record deaths, and
to assist doctors in carrying out post-mortem.
Preparedness Checklist for the Police
Sr.
No.
1
2
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3
4.
5.
6.
7.
Preparedness Measures
Action Taken / Remarks
Prepare a deployment plan for police forces
Check the availability and readiness of the
search and rescue teams from within the District
Police.
Check wireless communication network and set
up links with the District Control Room; Make
additional wireless sets available.
Develop a traffic plan for contingencies arising
out of disasters—one-way, blocked ways,
alternate routes, and traffic diversion.
Develop a patrolling plan for critical facilities and
installations
Keep a minimum number of vehicles available
with the Police in readiness.
Prepare a plan for VIP visits to disaster-affected
areas
Identify anti-social elements who could create
nuisance and take appropriate preventive
action.
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Standard Operating Procedures for Directorate of Factories
In-charge Officer:
Assistant Director of Factories, Ghaziabad
Preparedness:
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Check that all the MAH factories have an on-site plan for dealing with
chemical hazards, and if these plans have been updated.
Check that all the factories have carried out statutory exercises to test
the plan.
Prepare dispersion models for all the toxic substances and share it with
first responders: Fire Services, Police and Civil Defence.
Convene the meetings of District-level Crisis Group occasionally to
discuss issues related to chemical safety.
Convene meetings of industry groups to discuss issues related to
chemical safety and mutual aid.
Help the district administration update the disaster emergency plan
with an objective to strengthen the off-site response and coordination.
Carry our periodical information campaigns in chemical safety.
Response:
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Advise the district administration, first responders, and the concerned
factory about the direction of the release / leakage of toxic substance.
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Advise on the likely exposure and impact of the release of toxic
substance.
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Advise on the most effective precautions and antidotes for the leaked
toxic substance.
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Assign experts to the district administration and the industry for
organizing immediate response to the hazard. Provide advise on the
decontamination of the affected area
Preparedness Checklist for Directorate of Factories
Sr. No.
Preparedness Measures
1
Check the on-site chemical emergency plan for all the MAH
installations in Ghaziabad
Check off-site chemical emergency plan available with the
district administration.
Convene periodical meetings of District-level Crisis Group
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3
4.
5.
6.
Action Taken /
Remarks
Convene periodical meetings of industry associations
Organize campaign programs in chemical safety
Prepare dispersion models for release of chemical
substances
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9.5 Standard Operating Procedures for Public Health Department
In-charge Officer:
Chief Medical Officer, MMG Govt. Hospital, Ghaziabad
Preparedness:
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Prepare a health contingency plan for the district. It will include a list of
government and private hospitals, primary health centers and subcenters, and medical personnel.
Determine types of injuries / illnesses expected. Most of the injuries will
require the services of Emergency Medical Services (EMS). In case of
earthquakes, a large number of orthopedic surgeries / treatments may be
required.
Equip more than one hospital with the facilities of Emergency Medical
Services (EMS) and trauma care.
Constitute a few mobile health units in the city consisting of doctors,
paramedical workers and ANMs, who can immediately be deployed in
case of emergencies.
Secure medical supplies in adequate quantity for dealing with these
emergencies:
Fissure Materials
Surgical Dressings
Splints
Plaster Rolls
Disposable Needles and Syringes
Local Antiseptics
Oral Rehydration Solutions
Chlorine Tablets
Bleaching Powder
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Ensure adequate supplies of blood in the district.
•
Set up mutual aid arrangement among hospitals, government and
private. Ensure availability of more than one operating facility in the city
and rural areas.
Response:
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Arrange provision of clean water in hospitals and Primary Health
Centers.
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Press mobile health units in operation. Equip all the mobile health
units with necessary medicines and first aid kit.
•
Assign medical personnel with the first aid kit to the search and
rescue teams if necessary. Provide first-aid treatment to all the injured
/ affected people.
•
In those cases, where disaster has resulted into a large number of
injuries / illnesses, set up a medical camp at the disaster site.
•
Replenish medical supplies necessary. Ensure that the level of blood
supply is maintained. All the materials required for surgery should be
in continuous supply.
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Organize transfer of seriously ill / injured patients to Hospitals. If the
government hospitals do not have space for accommodating
injured, transfer them to private hospitals.
•
Check with the District Administration / District Control Room the
reports
of
injuries
and
diseases.
Deploy
medical
personnel
accordingly.
•
Prepare a list of dead / injured / ill persons for the city and other
Tehsils of the district.
•
Make arrangement for post-mortem of dead bodies
Preparedness Checklist for Health Department
Sr. No.
1
2
3
4.
5.
5.
6.
Preparedness Measures
Action Taken / Remarks
Prepare a Health Contingency Plan for
deployment of health and medical
personnel
Set up and maintain Emergency
Medicine Services and Trauma Care
Units
Prepare mutual aid arrangement
among
government and
private
hospitals in the government.
Ensure necessary stock of medical
supplies and blood.
Organize maternity care centers in
every Tehsil
Keep operative facilities in readiness.
Seek mutual aid arrangement with
hospitals in Ghaziabad
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Standard Operating Procedures for Fire Services
In charge Officer:
Chief Fire Officer, Ghaziabad
Preparedness:
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Prepare a list of most vulnerable sites and critical installations.
•
Prepare a traffic and deployment plan for all the fire vehicles.
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Maintain all the fire brigade vehicles in operative conditions.
•
Develop HazMat plan for dealing with all the important chemical
and defense installations.
•
Develop mutual aid agreements with the fire stations of private and
public sector.
•
Train fire personnel in HazMat and Emergency Medicine Services.
•
Publicize their phone numbers and station locations in local
newspapers.
Response:
(To be developed by Fire Services)
Preparedness Checklist
Sr. No.
Preparedness Measures
1.
Prepare a list of vulnerable sites and
critical installations.
2.
Publicize phone numbers and location
of all the fire stations in the city.
3.
Develop mutual aid agreements with
fire stations of private and public sector
4.
Undertake exercises in chemical safety
along with other first responders.
5.
Prepare manual and guides for HazMat
and Emergency Medical Services
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Standard Operating Procedures for Civil Defence
In-charge Officer:
Deputy Controller and Chief Warden, Civil Defense, Ghaziabad
Preparedness:
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Fill all the vacancies of Civil Defence set-up.
•
Prepare a list of all civil defence divisions, including divisional chiefs
and share them with the District Police and Fire Services.
•
Train Civil Defence personnel in different aspects of emergency
services including HazMat, first aid, search and rescue, and
volunteering.
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Prepare deployment plans for civil defence personnel. Conduct
preparedness exercises.
Response:
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Provide assistance to District Police and Fire Services
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Establish liaison with government officials
•
Monitor local situations closely
•
Organize Citizens’ committees and seek their participation in
response and recovery
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Assist in distribution of relief
•
Participate in damage assessment exercises
Preparedness Checklist
Sr. No.
Preparedness Measures
1.
Prepare a list of divisions and divisional
in-charge officials and submit the list to
the District Magistrate
Share deployment plan of Civil Defense
personnel with District Police and Fire
Services
Provide training and orientation in
emergency services
Organize citizens committees at ward
level
2.
3.
4.
Action Taken / Remarks
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Standard Operating Procedures for Irrigation Department
In-charge Officer:
Superintending Engineer, Irrigation, Ghaziabad
Preparedness:
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Prepare and update the flood risk map. The map should show the
river system and canals. Distribute the copy of maps to all the
control rooms.
Prepare a contingency plan for the maintenance and repairs of
embankments and irrigation structures.
Make a physical inspection of canal embankments after the last
floods for seepage, piping, rat holes and assess needs for repairs
and reinforcement.
Assign Junior Engineers to sections of canals that are important in
terms of protecting the city from flooding.
Commence repairs of embankments in the month of January
every year after surveying the damages of floods last year, and
ensure that all the repairs are completed in the month of May.
Undertake channel improvement for rivers and canals to the
extent possible. Undertake de-silting / cleaning of canals to
improve the flow of water.
Check all the siphons and regulators on the canals. Clean siphons
before the monsoon. Increase their capacity or replace them if
the size of siphons and regulators is too small to prevent water
from flowing in.
Check all the rain-gauze stations and ensure that they are
functioning properly. Check that the readings from these stations
are available immediately to the Irrigation Department. Prescribe
a register for recording of rainfall.
Set up the protocol for reporting of flood situation to the District
Magistrate / District Control Room.
Keep in readiness essential tool kits and protection material at
critical places for emergency deployment. These may include:
Empty cement bags
Boulders
Ropes
Sand
Wire mesh
Shovels
Baskets
Lights
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• Inform the district administration of the places where these
materials have been stored
Response:
• Deploy materials for reinforcement of embankments.
• Install pumps so that water outside embankments could be drained
out in canals and rivers.
• Coordinate with district administration regarding all the flood
protection measures.
Preparedness Checklist for Irrigation Department
Sr. No.
Preparedness Measures
1
Inspect all the embankments, and
check their height and slope.
2
Check the top of the embankments,
and if they have been cleared of
encumbrances / encroachments, and if
they are motorable
3
Check that all the embankments have
been repaired / reinforced, in particular
those
embankments which were
damaged during the last floods.
4
Check the drainage system of the
embankments and ensure that the
seepage and rat holes, etc. have been
closed.
5
Check that all the materials required for
protecting embankments have been
stored at places critical points.
6.
Check that the Junior engineers and
other staff have been assigned their
sections.
7
Check that all rain gauge stations are
functional, and arrangements have
been made to report the readings.
8
Check the regulators and siphons.
Check that they have been repaired
and cleaned, increasing the flow of
water.
Action Taken / Remarks
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Standard Operating Procedures for Ghaziabad
Municipal Corporation
In-charge Officer:
Municipal Commissioner, Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation (GMC)
Preparedness:
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Clean all the drains before rains begin. It will improve the carrying
capacity of drains.
Check all the pumps available with GMC for draining floodwater.
All the pumps should be in working condition.
Check the quality of drinking water in the city, in particular before
the rainy season. Contamination of drinking water may lead to
serious consequences for public health.
Response:
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Deploy water pumps and drain rainwater.
Provide basic sanitation facilities in temporary shelters.
Organize
public
health and
sanitation
programs
that
decontaminate industrial areas.
Take up vaccination drive after flooding.
Assist in distribution of relief
Distribute chlorine tablets and bleaching powders for purification of
drinking water.
If necessary, organize supply of drinking water through tankers or
containers in trucks.
Preparedness Checklist for GMC
Sr. No.
Preparedness Measures
Action Taken / Remarks
1.
Check all the drains have
cleaned before rainy season.
2.
Check water pumps are available for
draining rain water.
3.
Maintain adequate stock of chlorine
tablets and bleaching powder.
5.
Maintain a list of temporary shelter
been
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Chapter- X
Safety Measures
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10.1
Earthquakes
Earthquakes usually give no warning at all.
Before the earthquake:
Now is the time to formulate a safety plan for you and your family. If you
wait until the earth starts to shake, it may be too late. Consider the
following safety measures:
Always keep the following in a designated place: bottled drinking water,
non-perishable food, first-aid kit, torch-light and battery-operated radio
with extra batteries.
Teach family members how to turn off electricity, gas, etc.
Identify places in the house that can provide cover during an earthquake.
It may be easier to make long distance calls during an earthquake.
Identify an out-of-town relative or friend as your family’s emergency
contact. If the family members get separated after the earthquake and
are not able to contact each other, they should contact the designated
relative/friend.
The
address
and
phone
number
of
the
contact
person/relative should be with all the family members.
Safeguard your house
Consider retrofitting your house with earthquake-safety measures \Reinforcing
the foundation and frame could make your house quake resistant. You may
consult a reputable contractor and follow building codes.
Kutchha buildings can also be retrofitted and strengthened.
During quake:
Earthquakes give no warning at all. Sometimes, a loud rumbling sound
might signal its arrival a few seconds ahead of time. Those few seconds
could give you a chance to move to a safer location. Here are some tips
for keeping safe during a quake.
Take cover. Go under a table or other sturdy furniture; kneel, sit, or stay
close to the floor. Hold on to furniture legs for balance. Be prepared to
move if your cover moves.
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If no sturdy cover is nearby, kneel or sit close to the floor next to a
structurally sound interior wall. Place your hands on the floor for balance.
Do not stand in doorways. Violent motion could cause doors to slam and
cause serious injuries. You may also be hit be flying objects.
Move away from windows, mirrors, bookcases and other unsecured heavy
objects.
If you are in bed, stay there and cover yourself with pillows and blankets
Do not run outside if you are inside. Never use the lift.
If you are living in a kutcha house, the best thing to do is to move to an
open area where there are no trees, electric or telephone wires.
If outdoors:
Move into the open, away from buildings, streetlights, and utility wires.
Once in the open, stay there until the shaking stops.
If your home is badly damaged, you will have to leave. Collect water,
food, medicine, other essential items and important documents before
leaving.
Avoid places where there are loose electrical wires and do not touch
metal objects that are in touch with the loose wires.
Do not re-enter damaged buildings and stay away from badly damaged
structures.
If in a moving vehicle:
Move to a clear area away from buildings, trees, overpasses, or utility
wires, stop, and stay in the vehicle. Once the shaking has stopped,
proceed with caution. Avoid bridges or ramps that might have been
damaged by the quake.
After the quake:
Here are a few things to keep in mind after an earthquake. The caution you
display in the aftermath can be essential for your personal safety.
Wear shoes/chappals to protect your feet from debris
After the first tremor, be prepared for aftershocks. Though less intense,
aftershocks cause additional damages and may bring down weakened
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structures. Aftershocks can occur in the first hours, days, weeks, or even
months after the quake.
Check for fire hazards and use torchlight’s instead of candles or lanterns.
If the building you live in is in a good shape after the earthquake, stay
inside and listen for radio advises. If you are not certain about the
damage to your building, evacuate carefully. Do not touch downed
power line.
Help injured or trapped persons. Give first aid where appropriate. Do not
move seriously injured persons unless they are in immediate danger of
further injury. In such cases, call for help.
Remember to help your neighbours who may require special assistanceinfants, the elderly, and people with disabilities.
Listen to a battery-operated radio for the latest emergency information.
Stay out of damaged buildings.
Return home only when authorities say it is safe. Clean up spilled
medicines, bleaches or gasoline or other flammable liquids immediately.
Leave the area if you smell gas or fumes from other chemicals. Open
closet and cupboard doors cautiously.
If you smell gas or hear hissing noise, open windows and quickly leave the
building. Turn off the switch on the top of the gas cylinder.
Look for electrical system damages - if you see sparks, broken wires, or if
you smell burning of amber, turn off electricity at the main fuse box. If you
have to step in water to get to the fuse box, call an electrician first for
advice.
Check for sewage and water lines damage. If you suspect sewage lines
are damaged, avoid using the toilets. If water pipes are damaged, avoid
using water from the tap.
Use the telephone only for emergency calls.
In case family members are separated from one another during an
earthquake (a real possibility during the day when adults are at work and
children are at school), develop a plan for reuniting after the disaster. Ask
an out of state / district relative or friend to serve as the “family contact”.
Make sure everyone in the family knows the name, address, and phone
number(s) of the contact person (s).
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10.2
Floods
Basic Safety Precaution to be taken:
•
Listen to radio/ TV for the latest weather bulletins and flood warnings. Pass
on the information to the others.
•
Make a family emergency kit which should include; a portable radio/
transistor, torch, spare batteries, a first aid box along with essential
medicines, ORS, dry food items, drinking water, matchboxes, candles and
other essential items.
•
Keep hurricane lamp, ropes, rubber tubes, umbrella and bamboo stick in
your house. These could be useful.
•
Keep your cash, jewellary, valuables, important documents etc. in a safe
place.
•
If there is a flood, move along with family members and cattle to safe
areas like relief camps, evacuation centres, elevated grounds where you
can take shelter.
•
Turn off power and gas connections before leaving your house.
During floods:
•
Don’t enter into flood waters; it could be dangerous.
•
Don’t allow children to play in or near flood waters.
•
Stay away from sewerage line, gutters, drains, culverts etc.
•
Be careful of snakes; snakebites are common during floods.
•
Stay away from electric
poles
and
fallen power-lines
to avoid
electrocution.
•
Don’t use wet electrical appliances – get them checked before use.
•
Eat freshly cooked and dry food. Always keep your food covered.
•
Use boiled and filtered drinking water.
•
Keep all drains, gutters near your house clean.
•
Stagnation of water can breed vector/ water-borne diseases. In case of
sickness seek medical assistance.
•
Use bleaching powder and lime to disinfect the surroundings.
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10.3
(A)
Fire Hazard
High-Rise Fires:
•
Calmly leave the apartment, closing the door behind you. Remember the
keys!
•
Pull the fire alarm near the closest exit, if available, or raise an alarm by
warning others.
•
Leave the building by the stairs.
•
Never take the elevator during fire
If the exit is blocked by smoke or fire:
•
Leave the door closed but do not lock it.
•
To keep the smoke out, put a wet towel in the space at the bottom of the
door.
•
Call the emergency fire service number and tell them your apartment
number and let them know you are trapped by smoke and fire. It is
important that you listen and do what they tell you.
•
Stay calm and wait for someone to rescue you.
If there is a fire alarm in your building which goes off:
•
Before you open the door, feel the door by using the back of our hand. If
the door is hot or warm, do not open the door.
•
If the door is cool, open it just a little to check the hallway. If you see
smoke in the hallway, do not leave.
•
If there is no smoke in the hallway, leave and close the door. Go directly
to the stairs to leave. Never use the elevator.
If smoke is in your apartment:
•
Stay low to the floor under the smoke.
•
Call the Fire Emergency Number which should be pasted near your
telephone along with police and other emergency services and let them
know that you are trapped by smoke.
•
If you have a balcony and there is no fire below it, go out.
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If there is fire below, go out to the window. DO NOT OPEN THE WINDOW
but stay near the window.
•
If there is no fire below, go to the window and open it. Stay near the open
window.
•
Hang a bed sheet, towel or blanket out of the window to let people know
that you are there and need help.
•
(B)
Be calm and wait for someone to rescue you.
Kitchen Fires:
It is important to know what kind of stove or cooking oven you have in your home
– gas, electric, and kerosene or where firewood is used. The stove is the No. 1
cause of fire hazards in your kitchen and can cause fires, which may destroy the
entire house, especially in rural areas where there are thatched roof or other
inflammable materials like straw kept near the kitchen. For electric and gas
stoves ensure that the switch or the gas valve is switched off/turned off
immediately after the cooking is over. An electric burner remains hot and until it
cools off, it can be very dangerous. The oven using wood can be dangerous
because burning embers remain. When lighting the fire on a wooden fuel oven,
keep a cover on the top while lighting the oven so that sparks do not fly to the
thatched roof. After the cooking is over, ensure that the remaining fire is
extinguished off by sprinkling water if no adult remains in the kitchen after the
cooking. Do not keep any inflammable article like kerosene near the kitchen fire.
Important Do’s in the Kitchen:
•
Do have an adult always present when cooking is going on the kitchen.
Children should not be allowed alone.
•
Do keep hair tied back and do not wear synthetic clothes when you are
cooking.
•
Do make sure that the curtains on the window near the stove are tied
back and will not blow on to the flame or burner.
•
Do check to make sure that the gas burner is turned off immediately if the
fire is not ignited and also switched off immediately after cooking.
•
Do turn panhandles to the centre of the stove and put them out of touch
of the children in the house.
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Do ensure that the floor is always dry so that you do not slip and fall on the
fire.
•
Do keep matches out of the reach of children.
Important Don’ts:
•
Don’t put towels, or dishrags near a stove burner.
•
Don’t wear loose fitting clothes when you cook, and don’t reach across
the top of the stove when you are cooking.
•
Don’t put things in the cabinets or shelves above the stove. Young
children may try to reach them and accidentally start the burners, start a
fire, catch on fire.
•
Don’t store spray cans or cans carrying inflammable items near the stove.
•
Don’t let small children near an open oven door. They can be burnt by the
heat or by falling onto the door or into the oven.
•
Don’t lean against the stove to keep warm.
•
Don’t use towels as potholders. They may catch on fire.
•
Don’t overload an electrical outlet with several appliances or extension
cords. The cords or plugs may overheat and cause a fire.
•
Don’t use water to put out a grease fire. ONLY use baking soda, salt, or a
tight lid. Always keep a box of baking soda near the stove.
•
Don’t use radios or other small appliances (mixers, blenders) near the sink.
COMMON TIPS:
Do keep the phone number of the Fire Service near the telephone and ensure
that everyone in the family knows the number.
•
Do keep matches and lighters away from children.
•
Do sleep with your bedroom closed to prevent the spread of fire.
•
Do you know that you should never run if your clothes are on fire and that
you should - “STOP – DROP-ROLL.”
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10.4
Lightning and Thunderstorm
Danger during thunderstorms:
Lightning claims quite a few lives and injures many every year. Quite a large
number of injuries from the electric shock received while using fixed telephones
during thunderstorms. Take these precautions during thunderstorms:
Take action now
•
Consult an electrician for advice on lightning conductors required for your
house.
If caught outdoors:
If you hear thunder 10 seconds after a lightning flash, it is only about three
kilometers away. The shorter the time, the closer the lightning, so find shelter
urgently:
•
Seek shelter in a hardtop (metal-bodied) vehicle or solid building but
avoid small open structures or fabric tents.
•
Never take shelter under a small group of (or single) trees.
•
If far from any shelter, crouch (low, feet together), preferably in a hollow.
Remove metal objects from head / body. Do not lie down flat but avoid
being the highest object.
•
If your hair stands on end or you hear `buzzing’ from nearby rocks, fences,
etc, move immediately. At night, a blue glow may show if an object is
about to be struck.
•
Do not fly kites during thunderstorms.
•
Do not handle fishing rods, umbrellas or metal rods, etc.
•
Stay away from metal poles, fences, clotheslines etc.
•
Do not ride bicycles or travel on open vehicles.
•
If driving, slow down or park away from trees, power lines, stay inside
metal-bodied (hard top) vehicles or in a pucca building but do not touch
any metal sections.
•
If in water, leave the water immediately.
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•
If on a boat, go ashore to a shelter as soon as possible.
•
Be sure the mast and stays of the boat are adequately secured.
If you are indoors
•
Before the storm arrives, disconnect external aerial and power leads to
radios and television sets. Disconnect computer modems and power
leads.
•
Draw all curtains and keep clear of windows, electrical appliances, pipes
and other metal fixtures (e.g. do not use the bath, shower, hand basin or
other electric equipments)
•
Avoid the use of fixed telephones. In emergencies, make calls brief, (do
not touch any metal, brick or concrete) and do not stand bare foot on
concrete or tiled floors.
First Aid
Apply immediate heart massage and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to lightning
victims until medical help arrives. (You won’t receive a shock from the victim).
Lightning facts and myths
•
When struck, people do not glow or fry to a crisp but the heart and
breathing are often affected.
•
Only about 30% of people struck actually die, and the incidence of longterm disability is low, particularly when appropriate first aid is applied
promptly.
•
If your clothes are wet, you are less likely to be seriously injured if struck, as
most of the charge will be conducted through the wet clothes rather than
your body.
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Chapter- XI
RESOURCE INVENTORY
&
CAPABILITY ANALYSIS
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CHAPTER-XI
RESOURCE INVENTORY
This chapter describes about various resources available in the district,
which can be mobilized for managing disasters in the district. This also includes
the data uploaded in India Disaster Resource Network (IDRN) database. The
India Disaster Resource Network is an online inventory designed as a decision
making tool for the Government administrators and crisis managers to
coordinate effective emergency response operations in the shortest possible
time.
The major component of the chapter is listed below:
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Contact Details of NDMA and Indian Metrological Department
State Disaster Management Department
District Officials Contact details
Police Station and officials Details
Fire Station and Fire officers
Civil Defence Warden and Divisional Warden
Control Room for Emergency
Contact Details of Delhi Fire Services
Contact Details of District Gautam Budhnagar Fire Services
Contact Details of District Meerut Fire Services
List of Municipal Councilors
List of Fire Fighter Volunteer
List of First Aid Volunteer
List of Hospital and Nursing Home
List of Blood Bank
List of Pathology Facilities
Ambulance Services in Ghaziabad district
Services of Dead bodies in Ghaziabad
Status and Location of Helipad in Ghaziabad City
List of NGOs
List of Overhead Tank in Ghaziabad City
Status and Location of Hydrant Point in Ghaziabad City
List of Print and Electronic Media
Shelter and Stay Home facilities in Ghaziabad City
List of Equipment in Govt. Hospital, Ghaziabad
List of Gas and petrol Pump in City
List of Sub- Power Station City
List of Ham Radio Operator in Ghaziabad
List of School and Collage
List of Pvt. Drinking Water Suppliers in City
List of Equipment and Emergency Facilities (IDRN data base of the District)
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National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA)
Address: NDMA Bhawan, A-1, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi
Telephone: 011-26701700
Email- [email protected]
Control Room
Telephone: 011-26701728
Fax No: 011-26701729
Contact Details of NDMA Officers
Name
M. Shashidhar
Reddy,MLA,
VC
Shri J K Sinha,
Member
Shri BB
Bhattacharjee,
Member
Dr. Muzaffar
Ahmad,
Member
T Nanda
Kumar,
Member
Ms P.J.Rao,
Member
Maj.Gen. J K
Bansal (Retd.),
Member
Dr Noor
Mohammad,IA
S,
Secretary
Shri Amit Jha,
JS (Admn)
Shri P K Tripathi,
Advisor &
JS(Mitigation)
Sujata Saunik,
JS (PP)
Shri Sunil
Kohli,FA
S.S.Yadav,
JA(F)
Office
Res.
Mob.
Email
011-26701701,
704,
Fax :-01126701706
011- 26701740
[email protected]
011- 24122310
9818384040
[email protected]
011-26701780
011- 23070145
9971147620
[email protected]
v.in
011-26701736
[email protected]
.in
011- 26701775
[email protected]
011- 26701738
011- 23073890
9811660605
[email protected]
011- 26701778
[email protected]
011- 26701710
[email protected]
011- 26701718
011- 26109395
9717873412
[email protected]
011- 26701816
[email protected]
011- 26701817
[email protected]
011- 26701709
011- 26133297
9868151472
011- 26701886
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Col. Brij
Bhushan
Singh , JA(IT &
Comn)
Col. Shashi
Bhushan,
JA(OPS)
Preeti Banzal ,
JA(CBT)
Madhulika
gupta , JA(M
& P)
Rajesh Kumar
Singh ,
JA(PP)
NDMA Control
Room
11.2
S.N
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011- 26701742
[email protected]
011- 26701815
[email protected]
011- 26701823
[email protected]
011- 26701791
[email protected]
011- 26701733
[email protected]
011-26701728
09868891803 [email protected]
State Disaster Management Department, Uttar Pradesh
Name
Designation
Mobile No.
Office Phone
No.
Residence
Phone No.
1
Sh. Phagoo
Chauhan
State Minister
09415240909
0522-2238213/
0522- 2213307
0522-2238206
2
Sh. K.K. Sinha
09335299758
0522-2238107
0522-2303875
3
Sh. Anand
Prakash
Upadhyay
Sh. O.N.
Vishwakarma
Principal Secretary
and Relief
Commissioner,
Revenue Dept.
Joint Secretary,
Revenue Dept.
09005551414
0522-2213845
09454413669
09454410541
0522-2238107
09336612864
0522-2237515
09455001316
0522-2238200
09415093964
0522-2238200
4
5
6
7
8
Smt. Aditi
Umrao
Colonel
N.C.Bhatt
Sh. N.N.
Srivastava
Relief
Commissioner
Office
Personal
Secretary, Relief
Commissioner
State Project
Officer, UNDP
Management
Officer
Project Officer
Lucknow
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0522-2236305
Fax- 05222238084
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0522-2256301
IMD, Lucknow
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National Disaster Response Force (NDRF)
Name
Designation
Office
Sh. Rajiv
DG, NDRF
Sh. Mukul
Goel
Sh. R.K.
Srivastava
IG, NDRF
011-26102671
Fax-011-26105912
011-26160252
Sh. Om
Prakash
Sh. J.P. Yadav
Deputy
Commandant
(Admin)
Inspector, Control
Room, NDRF
Commandant, 8th
Battalion,Gr. Noida,
Gautam Budhnagar
11.4
Residence Mobile
011-26113014
09871889244
09560771115
09871115726
011-26107953
Fax-011-26105912
09718137271
011-26107953
Fax-011- 26105912
0120- 2351101/ 102
Fax- 0120- 2351105
08010072169
09968610011
Nodal Ministries for Disaster
Disaster
Ministries / Departments
Earthquakes/
Tsunami /
Cyclones
Floods
Ministry of Home Offairs / Ministry of Earth Sciences / Indian
Metrological Department
Drought
Biological Disaster
Chemical Disaster
Nuclear Disaster
Air Accident
Train Accident
Ministry of Home Offairs / Ministry of Water Resources / Central
Water Commission
Ministry of Agriculture
Ministry of Health & Familiy Welfare
Ministry of Environment and Forests
Ministry of Atomic Energy
Ministry of Civil Aviation
Ministry of Railways
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Public Representatives, Ghaziabad
Name
Status
Sh. Rajnath Singh
M.P.
Sh. Sunil Kumar Sharma
M.L.A.
Sh. Rajpal Tyagi
M.L.A.
Master Rajpal Singh
0120- 2335388, 2335484
098999585887
0120-2827171
09312024862
0120-2238180, 2205258
M.L.A.
Sh. Dharam Pal
Sh. Madan Chauhan
Sh. Lakhi Ram Nagar
Sh. Madan Bhaiya
M.L.A.
0120-2717035, 9412222277
M.L.A.
0120-2538979, 2540903
M.L.A.
M.L.A.
Sh. Amar Singh
0120-2601232
M.P.
Sh. Narendra Kashyap
Smt. Damyanti Goel
Phone Number
M.P. (Rajya Sabha) 0120-2784882, 09319313494
Mayor
0120-2791210, 2797840,
09312745818
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S.No.
Name of
officer
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District Officers, Ghaziabad
Designation
Phone Number
Office
Residence
Mobile
0121-2661090
0121-2664431
0120-2824416
0121-2641377
0121-2657539
0120-2820106
0120- 2821616
9454417505
ADM (E)
0120- 2829040
ADM (City)
ADM ( F & R)
0120- 2828411
0120- 2821250
City Magistrate
0120- 2827365
9415530017
0120- 2700328
9454416774
9415114433
9412706669
0120- 2827078 9454416775
0120-2703309
9899766644
-9454417636
0120- 2851352
9454416800
0120- 2710737
9999992694
9810312111
9312449752
District Administration
1
2
3
4
5
Sh. Bhuvnesh
Kumar
Sh. Shashi
Bhushan Lal
Sushil
Sh. Ram Kishan
Sharma
Sh. Atal Rai
Sh. Shivakant
Dwivedi
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Sh. Mahendra
Prasad
Sh. Devi
Prasad
Sh. Gyanendra
Singh
Smt. Pushpa
Devrar
Sh. Rajeshwar
Singh
Sh. Somdutt
Maurya
Sh. Prem
Prakash
Sh. Ompal
Singh
Commissioner
District
Magistrate
Additional City
Magistrate
SDM, Sadar
0120- 2829040
9454417565
--
9454416776
SDM
Modinagar
SDM, Hapur
01232-220770
9634109206
9454416779
0122-2312345
SDM, Garh
05731- 221144
9690606070
0122-2334491
05731-221142
9454416777
9760672931
9454416778
Deputy
Collector
Deputy
Collector
Senior
Administrative
officer
9412870880
0120- 2312345
0120- 2334491
9412377429
9917681060
9837680813
Tehsildar
15
16
17
18
Sh. Satish
Chandra
Shukla
Sh. Parasnath
Maurya
Sh. Brijnath
Singh
Sh. Brij Kishore
Dubey
Tehsildar,
Sadar
0120-2713909
9999083000
9454416180
9415330090
Tehsildar,
Hapur
Tehsildar,
Modinagar
Tehsildar, Garh
0122- 2713909
9639697494
9415425973
01232-2312585
9412360698
9454416787
05731-2713909
9567014302
9719526643
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19
20
Name of
officer
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Designation
Sh. Kanhai
Singh
Sh. Yugraj
Singh
Phone Number
Tehsildar,
Judicial
Tehsildar,
Judicial
Office
-
Residence
-
Mobile
9911458600
0120- 247907
9412507010
9454416783
0120-2820564
0120- 2706412
9454465078
Development Department
0120- 2820605
1
Sh. Ghanaram
CDO
2
3
Kumari Nirmala
Sh. Shiv Kumar
Mishra
Sh. B.K. Gupta
DDO
PD-DRDA
0120- 2822619
0120- 2822295
0120- 2706162
9910100795
Executive
Engineer, RES
District
Economic and
Statistical
Officer
President, Zila
Panchayat
Apar Mukhya
Adhikari,
Zila
Panchayat
DPRO
0120- 2827360
0120- 2821850
9971732220
9412143009
9891946777
0120- 4123639
0120-2700138
0120- 4164512
9717612740
0120- 2824917
8010604734
8010604734
9458279483
4
5
Dr.
Rajkumar
Singh
6
Smt.
Nagar
Sh.
Kumar
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Sudha
Aditya
Sh.
Virendra
Kumar
Sh.
Vishwajit
Rai
Sh.
Sanjiv
Nayan
Sh. Anil Kumar
Dubey
Sh.
Rajiv
Sharma
0120- 2820619
0120- 2700138
CTO
0120- 2828019
District Social
Welfare Officer
DSO
0120- 2821064
9990429214
9335098839
0120- 2829408
0120- 2820520
9818097088
0120- 2820079
9411952526
9412830863
9717022101
District
Probation
Officer
Sh. Rohit Singh Zila
Viklang
Kalyan
Adhikari
Sh.
S.L. District
Srivastava
Backward
Class Welfare
Officer
Smt. Sandhya DPO
Soni
Sh. Navalkant Assistant
Tiwari
Director,
Information
Sh. M.P. Singh
District
Agriculture
Officer
9891744371
9818192909
0120- 2824910
0120- 2711860
0120- 2821881
0120- 2825620
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9899988730
0120- 2707024
9910020565
9968121586
Page 200
Ghaziabad District
S.No.
Name of
officer
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Designation
Phone Number
Office
18
Sh. K.K. Mishra
19
Sh. L.B. Yadav
20
Sh.
Virendra
Singh
21
Sh.
Jitendra
Kumar Tomar
22
Sh.
Nand
Kishore
Sahaniya
Sh.
Yashpal
Malik
Sh. Arshad Ali
23
24
25
Sh. S.N. Singh
Gautam
26
Sh.
Mudrika
Pathak
DR. K.L. Verma
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
Sh.
Rajesh
Kumar Srivas
Sh.
Hukum
Singh
Sh. Rajkumar
Vishvkarma
Smt.
Abha
Mishra
Sh.
Manoj
Kumar
Sh.
A.K.
Pandey
Sh.
Nawab
Singh
Sh.
Ashok
Gautam
Assistant
Director
Factory
Zila
Krishi
Raksha
Adhikari
Soil
Conservation
Officer
Deputy
Director,
Agriculture
District
Horticulture
Officer
District Forest
Officer
District
Employment
Officer
Deputy
Entertainment
Tax
Commissioner
District Sports
Officer
DIOS
BSA
Assistant Excise
Commissioner
Nagar Siksha
Adhikari
Principal, DIET
Residence
0120-2821155
Mobile
9310141999
0120-2826056
9457290491
9968330190
0120-2828152
0120-2768192
9999400655
0120- 2757435
0120- 2700507
9717610585
0120- 2823887
9910404424
9415185500
0120- 2783617
9711332928
9415022926
0120-2712493
9971227595
9212137821
9410001610
0120- 2826110
9971010886
9412256369
0120- 2854316
9818366533
9891092193
0120- 2836023
0120- 2764830
0120- 4126676
0120- 2752679
0120- 2828060
9457965600
0120- 4104593
9717828130
9910431170
9871886584
9871338051
0120- 2314126
9839053649
9412640742
Principal, Govt.
Polytechnic
Project Officer,
NEDA
Principal, ITI
0120- 2719500
0120- 2752427
9873757435
0120- 2764949
0120- 4116355
9968949622
0120- 2716004
0120- 2112255
Deputy
Controller, Civil
Defence
0120-2823910
0120- 2713910
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9540195590
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Ghaziabad District
S.No.
Name of
officer
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Designation
Phone Number
Office
36
37
38
38
Sh.
Pradeep District
Kumar
Information
Officer
Sh.
Umesh District
Sahni
Coordinator,
NYK
S. T.U. Khan
Regional
Officer,
UP
Pollution
Control Board
Manoj Kumar PSA, UNDP
Singh
Residence
0120- 2823048 01202829495
Mobile
9968892095
9412783775
9868118924
0120- 2883720
9818574977
9910415078
Health Department
1
2
3
Dr. Ajay
Agarwak
Dr. A.K. Verma
Dr. Pradeep
Shukla
4
1
2
Smt. Damyanti
Goyal
Sh. Basant Lal
3
Sh. H.S.
Sahariya
4
Smt. Nirupma
Mishra
5
Sh. M.N.
Chaturvedi
6
Sh. A.K. Singh
7
Dr. K.K. Tyagi
CMO,
Ghaziabad
CMS, MMG
Hospital
CMS, Joint
Hospital,
Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
CMS, Mahila
Hospital
Mayor
Municipal
Commissioner
Additional
Municipal
Commissioner
Additional
Municipal
Commissioner
Deputy
Municipal
Commissioner
Assistant
Municipal
Commissioner
Nagar
Swasthya
Adhikari
0120- 2710754
0120-2850780
0120-2730038
0120- 2732520
0120- 2783966
0120-2856606 09810002644
0120- 2732454 08826024237
9873384592 09868444387
0120- 2730992,
0120- 2790400,
Nagar Nigam
0120-2791210
0120-2790082
0120-2790425
0120- 2791418
0120-2797341
0120-2797840
0120-2790426
0120-2755333
0120-2713580
0120-4113668
0120-2707245
9312745818
9899599975
9560400018
9811418149
0120-2791518
0120-2880727
0120-2712803
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9868000677
9968296822
9818356888
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City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Ghaziabad Development Authority
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name of
officer
Designation
Phone Number
Office
0120-2791114 01202792132
0120-2790891
Residence
0120-2820160
Mobile
9873225505
0120-2705536
9811352235
Sh. Narendra
Chowdhary
Sh. Narendra
Kumar
Sh. G.S. Goyal
Vice Chairman
C.A.T.B
0120-2790910
9711000553
Sh. P.S.
Chowdhary
Sh. Anil Garg
Finance
Controller
Chief Engineer
0120-2791072
9899638001
0120-2790264
9711305454
Sh. R.P.
Pandey
OSD
0120-2791378
9711305326
Secretary
Animal Husbandry Department
1
Dr.
Sahay
2
Dr.
Kumar
3
Dr.
Singh
4
5
6
7
Ramji Chief
Veterinary
officer
Vinod Deputy Chief
Veterinary
officer, Sadar
Rajbal Deputy Chief
Veterinary
officer, Dasna
0120- 2823215
0120- 2792425
0120- 2702663
9868010496
9897238952
Dr. Shiv Kumar Deputy Chief
Sharma
Veterinary
officer, Patla
Dr. Madan Pal Deputy Chief
Singh
Veterinary
officer,
Simbhawli
Dr.
Pradeep Deputy Chief
Kumar Tomar
Veterinary
officer,
Garh
Mukteshwar
DR.
Geema Deputy Chief
Kannaujia
Veterinary
officer, Mobile
Van
1
Sh. Lalji
Chowdhry
RTO
2
Sh. Kamal
Gupta
ARTO
9838507537
9999615312
9412423530
9917420362
9411644084
9268385829
RTO
0120- 2703888
0120- 2700399
0120- 2782770
-
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
8005441059
0120-2721876
9810374901
-
8005441060
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Ghaziabad District
S.No.
Name of
officer
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Designation
1
Sh. D.C.
Vashisth
Executive
Engineer
1
Sh. Gyas Alam
Executive
Engineer
1
Sh.
Lalta
Prasad
Sh.
Nagesh
Chandra
Deputy
Director
Executive
Engineer
2
Public Works Department
Phone Number
Office
0120- 2721646
0120-2857296
Irrigation Department
Residence
0120- 2759678 0120-2856863
0120-2758867
UP Awas Vikas Parishad
0120-2882329
Mobile
9717433334
9650603936
9810395391
0120-2882112
UP Power Corporation
1
Sh. Arun Kumar
Executive
Engineer
0120-2713729
0120-2702554
Jal Nigam
1
Sh.
Kumar
Vinod Executive
Engineer
0120- 2821563
9868548650
0120-2751477
7599201501
9312376310
0120-2767190
0120-2767022
9454401760
0120-2770799
9454400372
PAC 47th Battalion
1
Smt. Vandana Commandant
Mishra
0120-2767021
PAC 41th Battalion
1
Smt.
Lakshmi Commandant
Singh
0120-2770455
NHAI
1
1
2
1
Sh. Ravi Dutt Executive
Kumar
Engineer
Sh.
Kumar
Sh.
Kumar
0120-2866492
Homeguards Depaartment
Vinay District
0120-2718351
0120-2703471
Commandant
0120-2828354
Sudhir Assistant
district
Commandant
Bharat Sanchar Nigam limited
Mr. A.K. Gupta
General
Manager
0120-2710010
0120-2755777
0120-2720010
9415284695
9971957232
9312535619
9412000234
UPSRTC
1
Regional
Manager
0120- 2790955
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
0120- 2886000
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City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Railway Department
S.No.
Name of
officer
Designation
1
Residence
Mobile
Office
Residence
Hindon
Air
0120- 2657556
0120- 2658060
Force Station
0120- 2657140
Structural Engineer Research Centre
Mobile
Regional
Manager
Station Master
2
Phone Number
Office
0120- 2863569
0120- 2711596
Hindon Air Force
S.No.
Name of
officer
Designation
1
1
Phone Number
0120- 2721904
CPWD
1
Assistant
Engineer
11.7
0120- 2723632
Police Officers and Police Station Contact Details
Police Department, Ghaziabad
S.No.
Name of
officer
Designation
Office
Residence
Mobile
0120- 2763664 01202763247
0120- 2666866
2763733
9454400144
2763247
9454400214
SP (Traffic)
0120- 2820758
0120- 2829520
0120- 2829520
0120-2821120
2820157
9999993004
9454400274
9999025262
9454401056
SP (City)
0120- 2854015
0120- 2702331
9454401058
9999993005
9454404756
9410442129
9454401057
9560444522
9454401569
1
Sh. K.L. Meena
ADG, NCR
2
Sh. Rajnikant
Mishra
Sh. Raghuvir
Lal
Sh. Ajay
Sahdev
Sh. Jitendra
Kumar Sahi
IG
3
4
5
Phone Number
SSP
6
7
Sh. Ajay Kumar
SP (Crime)
SP (Rural)
8
Sh. Rajiv Kumar
CO, City I
0120-2825723
0120- 2767491
0120- 2733070
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Page 205
Ghaziabad District
S.No.
Name of
officer
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Designation
Phone Number
9
Sh. Ajay Kumar
SP (Rural)
Office
0120-2767491
10
Sh. Pravin
Ranjan Singh
Sh. Amit
Verma
Sh. Kamlesh
Bahadur
CO, City II
0120- 2791769
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
20
21
22
23
CO, City IV
Mobile
9454401057
9410442129
7599245207
9999993033
9411267456
9454401565
9457074666
9654577577
0120- 3125539
CO, Sadar
Sh. Arvind
Kumar
Sh. Nirankar
Singh
Sh. Kapil Dev
Sh. Prakash
Singh
18
19
CO, City III
Residence
Sh. Hemant
Kumar
Sh. Surjan
Singh
Sh. Vedpal
Singh
Sh. Ram Singh
Pawar
Sh. Virendra
Singh Rathore
CO, Pilukhua
0122- 2820758
9457542838
CO,
Modinagar
CO, Hapur
01232-223515
CO, Garh
Mukteshwar
CO, Traffic
05731-221106
9415593188
9454401573
9838550879
9454401574
9451623616
9454401575
0122-2312830
CO, GRP
0120-2820758
0120- 2767699
0120-2742544
9818101539
SO, GRP
0120-2861639
9412219990
CO, Power
Corporation
CO,
Information
PRO, SSP
0120- 2767932
0120-2782315
0120-2706352
9013003007
9968196633
Police Station and Station In Charge officer
01
02
03
04
05
Sh. Vivek
Ranjan
Sh. Anil Kumar
Sh.Ghanshyam
Singh
Smt. Alka
Agarwal
Sh. Vijay Kumar
Kotwali
0120-2732088
Vijay Nagar
0120-2740797
Sihani Gate
0120-2791627
Mahila Police
StatioN
Kavinagar
0120-2711843
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9999357317
9971717677
9811188898
9454403417
9454403428
9838354826
9454403426
9412475579
9650064880
9897266873
9454403416
Page 206
Ghaziabad District
S.No.
Name of
officer
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Designation
Phone Number
06
Sh. Sunil Kumar
Sahibabad
Office
0120-2630691
07
Sh. Rashid Ali
Loni
0120-2600097
08
Sh. Rajesh
Dwivwdi
Sh. Avnish
Gautam
Sh. Sanjiv
Kumar
Sh. Suraj Pal
Indrapuram
0120-2902858
9811192845
Link Road
0120-2770310
9999993065
Masoorie
0120-2677428
Pilukhua
0122-2322022
Sh. Yogesh
Pathak
Sh. Ashok
Kumar Rana
Sh. Sanjay
Panchal
Sh. Raghnath
Gautam
Modinagar
01232-242444
Hapur Nagar
0122-2302301
8755003232
Hapur Dehat
0122-2334200
8755003232
Garh
Mukteshwar
05731-221062
Sh. Ravindra
Kumar Vashisth
Sh. Prem
Shankar
Sh. Pankaj
Pant
Sh. Omprakash
Muradnagar
01232-261122
Hafizpur
0122-2310301
Dhaulana
0122-2376541
Niwadi
01232-259413
Sh. Deviram
Gautam
Sh. Anil Kumar
Bhojpur
01232-296462
Babugarh
0122-2338196
Sh. Yashveer
Singh
Sh. R.P.Sharma
Simbhawali
05731-223090
Bahadurgarh
05731-262182
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Residence
9718713536
8527441111
Mobile
9454403425
9411267456
9891806300
9999993081
9454403415
9711166566
9454403418
9873971100
9454403420
9412169913
9454403424
9412622252
9454403421
9690004966
9454403413
9911828691
9454403414
9410683441
9454403411
9415256588
9454403422
9412539494
9412554350
9911012994
9454403410
9871387618
9454403423
9412218567
9454403409
9411424955
9454403407
9837013135
9454403427
9634481323
9454403408
9897901980
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City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
11.8
S.No.
1
Name of
officer
Fire Station and Fire Officer
Designation
Phone Number
Office
Residence
101
0120-2792888
101 0120-2834982
0120-2850148
Sh. V.P.
Pandey
Sh. A.P. Singh
CFO
3
Sh. J.P.
Rathore
FSO,
Sahibabad
101
0120-2626811
4
Sh. V.K. Singh
5
Sh. Sardar
Singh
FSO,
Modinagar
FSO, Hapur
6
Sh. J.P.
Rathore
101
01232-243322
101
0122-2312100
0122-2313101
101
0120-2626811
2
11.9
S.No.
Name of
officer
FSO, Kotwali
FSO, Hindon
Mobile
9454418348
9910375667
9818702101
9454418754
9454418755
9454418756
9454418757
9412530508
9027955099
9412647529
9760120568
9454418756
9454418757
Civil Defence Warden and Divisional Warden
Designation
Phone Number
Office
0120- 2750801
Residence
0120- 2717239
Mobile
9811687888
1
Sh. Dharmpal
Garg
Chief Warden
2
Sh. Alok
Agarwal
Deputy Chief
Warden
0120- 2790148
9958005268
3
Sh. A.K. Jain
0120- 3252727
9810372001
4
Sh. Anil
Agarwal
Divisional Warden,
Sahibabad Division
Divisional Warden,
Town hall Division
0120- 6459774
9891000628
5
Sh. Chaman
Singh
Sh. R.S.
Gautam
Sh. A.K. Thakur
Divisional Warden,
Collectorate Division
Divisional Warden,
Kotwali Division
Divisional Warden,
Rajendranagar
Division
0120- 2835203
9958597511
0120- 2740110
9958790201
0120- 2628743
9811129061
6
7
0120- 2621743
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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11.10
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Control Room Number For any Emergency
S.No.
1
Department
Police
Department
Phone No.
District Control Room
Disaster Management
100, 9412015860
0120-2766898
0120-2734906
0120- 2822901
0120- 2822902
0120- 2823910
1077
MMG Govt. Hospital
101
102
0120-2731970
City Control Room
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
District
Administration
Civil defence
Emergency
Operating
Centre
Fire Station
Ambulance
Health
Department
Women
Hospital
Animal
Husbandry
Department
Govt.
Vaterinary
Hospital
0120-2730992
0120-2792425
Ramte Ram Road, GZB
0120-2711094
11.11 Contact details of Delhi Fire Services:
In big fire situation we can use service from Neighbor City:
Sl.No.
Name of Officer
Designation
1
Sh. A.K. Sharma
Administration
Director
2
Dr. G.C. Misra
Chief Fire Officer
3
Sh. Santosh Singh
4
Sh. R.S. Saini
Dy. Chief Fire
Officer
Assistant
Commissioner
(Fire)
Phone No.
Office
Mobile
01123414000
09810264747
01123414250
01122530717
01123412251
09868022790
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
09811053440
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Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Other Contact:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Delhi Fire Service
Delhi Police Control room
CATS
Disaster Management Control Centers
1. Nehru Place
2. Laxmi Nagar
3. Rohini
101
100
102
26445230
22417747
27561777
Important Telephone numbers of Fire stations in NCT:
The Delhi fire service is divided into 5 divisions and 17 subdivisions for attaining
operational efficiency. Each division is headed by a Deputy Chief Fire officer and
assisted by Divisional Officers and Assistant Divisional Officers. The telephone
numbers and the fire stations in each division are as under:
1
2
3
4
South Division
West Division
Central Division
North West Division
South Division
1
Okhla
2
Nehru Place
3
Mathura Road
4
Bhikaji Cama Place
5
Chanakya Puri
6
Safdarjung
7
Okhla Phase-I
West Division
1
Janakpuri
2
Najaf Garh
3
Kirti Nagar
4
Shanker Road
5
Prasad Nagar
6
Naraina
7
Dwarka
Central Division
1
Connaught Circus
2
Headquarters
3
Rakab Ganj
4
Rashtrapati Bhawan
5
Shyama Prasad
Mukherjee Marg
6
Telewara
26847511
26445230
26341301
26173583
26112226
24611111
26371344
25522000
25012214
25934846
28742222
25751999
25798798
28082565
23414444
23412222
23719479
23015321/4325
23975553
23612755
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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7
J.R. Road
8
Roop Nagar
9
Jahagir Puri
East Division
1
Shahadara
2
Laxmi Nagar
3
Geeta Colony
4
Mandavali Mayur Vihar
5
Darya Ganj
6
Shastri Park
7
Gokul Puri
8
Pai Walan
North West Division
1
Moti Nagar
2
Keshavpuram
3
Bawana
4
Narela
5
Wazirpur
6
Jawalapuri
7
Bhor Garh
8
Badli
9
Rohini
10 Training Centre
11 Paschim vihar
12 Fire safety Management Academy,
Rohini
23672229
23842505
27636006
22323322
22417747
22513330
22721190
23268219
22853933
24928400
23244101
25101151
27189090
27752222
27785311
27372621
25286717
27784996
27854357
27561777
25104544
25262095
27562535
Other Important Contact Numbers
Fire Control Room
EPABX Board-DFS (HQ)
101
23412222
23412223
23412224
23412225
23412226
23414464
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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11.12
S.N.
Contact details of Gautam Budhnagar Fire Services:
Name Of
Officer
Sh. Mahavir
Singh
Sh. Abhay
Bhan Pandey
Sh. J.N. Dohre
Sh. Somdutt
Sonkar
Sh. A. R.
Sharma
11.13
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Fire Station (Gautam Budhnagar)
Designation
Office No
Residence No Mobile
Number
CFO
9718944121
(F.S.O-First)
0120- 2521111
9891715365
(F.S.O-Second)
0120- 2562901
9990162805
(F.S.O-Third)
0120- 4356491
9212141269
(F.S.O-Gr-Noida)
9412647333
Contact details of Meerut District Fire Services
Fire Station (Meerut)
1
Sh. I.S. Soni
CFO
0121-2643631
2
Sh. Ram Kumar
Rawat
Police Line
101
0121-2643600
Ghantaghar
Partapur
0121-2421017
4356491
9454418751
Mawana
01233-271411
9454418749
3
4
5
Sh. Naresh
Kumar
Sh. Rameswar
Kumar Saini
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9454418345,
9412512899
9454418747,
9454418746,
97119132391
9454418750,
9411022555
9454418748,
9358099151
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List of Municipal Councilors in Ghaziabad
List of Councilor
Ward
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Sh. Gajraj Singh
9891616823
0120-2745509
9811352038
9312366905
5.
Sh. Rajender
9871202422
45
Sh. Yogesh
Chaudhry
Smt. Bimla Vikshal
6.
Sh. Mukesh kumar
46
Sh. Iqbal
7.
47
Sh. Mukesh Garg
9810223550
8.
Sh. Heera lal
Jatav
Sh. Ajay Kumar
9312949116
0120-2842201
9311216141
Contact
Number
9350570266
9811260382
9811026645
0120-2650530
9899882930
0120-2614554
0120-2741074
9310367181
9312121742
9818718818
48
Smt. Vijay Kasana
9.
10.
Smt. Sarita
Smt. Nilu
49
50
Sh. Anita Tyagi
Sh. Kaushar
11.
Smt. Urmila
Chauhan
Smt. Nirmala
9811715722
0120-2870841
9350441995
0120-2853541
9911175700
9312757054
9310312433
0120-2611855
9810990409
9310636866
51
Sh. Pitambar
9818529440
52
Smt. Sunita
53
Sh. Paras
0120-2745005
9868989852
9818354162
54
Sh. Munindra Arya
55
Smt. Rekha Jain
56
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Counceller Name
Sh. Satya Prakash
Sh. Ved prakash
Sh. Ashok kumar
Smt. Kanchan
davi
Sh. Babu Singh
Arya
Sh. Sunil Yadav
9818819625
0120-6573418
9311291512
0120-2843114
9810889000
9818140280
Ward
No
41
42
43
Counceller Name
44
Sh. Atar Singh
Sh. Kamlesh
Sh. Rahisuddin
9810907961
9312843661
9312635913
0120-2835647
0120-2788096
9873368686
9868525851
57
58
59
Smt. Kushum
Sharma
Sh.Vinay Chaudhry
Sh. Jaykant Singh
Smt. Rekha Tyagi
60
Smt. Kushum Singh
61
62
Sh. Pawan Goyal
Sh. Anil Swami
9310090976
0120-2740343
9310848586
63
24.
Sh. Jainand
Sharma
Mohd. Ibrahim
64
Sh.
Chandrabhushan
Smt. Lalita Sharma
25.
Smt. Jagroshni
9810140206
0120-2659571
65
Smt. Anita
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
Sh. Vikas
Tewatiya
Sh. Bijener Singh
Smt. Kamlawti
Smt. Nilam
Maurya
Sh. Bramh Pal
Singh
Sh. Hari Mohan
Sh. Satyapal
Contact Number
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9811480245
0120-5671006
9213966381
0120-2830238
9350243326
9213986685
9810676283
0120-2788344
9810363510
9971317272
9891372650
0120-2796146
9810092485
9213755746
0120-2629627
0120-2751077
9312069373
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26.
Sh. Sanju Tripathi
27.
Sh. Shivanand
Gaur
Sh. Premchand
Bharti
Sh. Sanjay
Sharma
Sh. Vinod Tyagi
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
Sh. Sunil
Chaudhry
Sh. Krishna Tyagi
Sh. Harish
Chaudhry
Smt. Sashibala
35.
Sh. Arunesh
kumar
36.
37.
Sh. Pradeep
Chaudhry
Smt. Pavitra Devi
38.
Sh. Phool kunvar
39.
Smt. Ajadwati
40
Sh. Sachin
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
0120-2657136
9910923364
66
9310104888
67
9810759562
0120-2895450
9810541610
9213808470
9871296747
68
Sh. Mahendra Pal
Sharma
Sh. Rajkumar
Pappu
Sh. Rajendra Tyagi
69
Smt. Omwati
9350054495
9810074207
9810364740
9213646090
9810325882
70
Sh. Adil Malik
9311771212
71
Sh. Mukesh Nagar
9310971780
9312006453
72
73
9350735762
74
Sh. Gopal Kargeti
Sh. Phool Singh
Sharma
Sh. Yashin
9871249361
0120-2783645
0120-2629120
9811335392
0120-2766667
9312575660
9350193948
9871733297
0120-2897873
9871116077
9871276350
9818186294
9350838141
75
Smt. Rashmi
76
Sh. Sanjeev
77
Sh. Ajab Singh
78
Sh. Ajay Singh
79
Sh. Vijay Mohan
9811140003
0120-2626633
0120-2610633
9868421895
80
Sh. Riyasuddin
9871667111
0120-2718451
9313588678
9350140192
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9810326428
9312575690
9818390070
0120-2898406
9311559382
9011559382
9810241876
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11.15
List of Fire Fighter Volunteer (Civil Defence)
S.No
Father/Husband
Name
Sh.Jitendra Singh
Address
Contact No
1.
Name Of
Volunteer
Ravish Choudhary
Mahroli
9891051724
2.
Ankit Yadav
Sh.SubhashYadav
Bamheta
9650979212
3.
Aakash Saxena
Harinder Yadav
E/17 Mhendra Enclave
Shastri Nagar.
Shahpur Bamehta
9971437331
4.
Sh.Surendra
Saxena
Sh.Satish Yadav
9310668932
5.
Hamender Kumar
Sh.Sohan Lal
Shahpur Bamehta
9717350629
6.
Naveen Kumar
Sh. Vijender Singh
Shahpur Bamehta
8750388258
7.
Virender
Sh.Dharmveer
Shahpur Bamehta
9250224235
8.
Ankit
Sh.Jai Singh Jatav
Raeespur
9899602966
9.
Manish Kumar
Sh.Kishan Lal
ll-G/9 Maliwara
9213565318
10.
Dev Agarwal
H.No.64,Maliwara
9015563740
11.
1072,Vivekanand Nagar
8802408630
12.
Lokesh Kumar
Singh
Rishi Verma
Sh.Purshotam
Kumar
Sh.Uday Pal Singh
Shishit Kumar
14.
Sumit Kr.Kansal
89,Rogan Garan,Delhi
Gate.
93,Rogan Garan,Delhi
Gate.
76,A. Maliwara.
9313590191
13.
Sh.Sushil Kumar
Verma
Sh.Rajender
Prasad
Sh.Surendra Kansal
15.
Arshad Ali
Sh.Liyakat Ali.
2704006
16.
Danish Khan
Sh. Anis Ahmed
17.
Ajay Kumar
Sh.Braham Singh
18.
Paramjeet Singh
Sh.Surendra Singh
19.
Kamalkant
Sh.Sushil Kumar
20.
Sumeet Sagar
Sh.Vidha Sagar
21.
Vinay
Sh.Jagdish Raj
22.
Manoj Kumar
Sh.Satpal Singh
23.
Manoj Kumar
Sh.Mohan Lal
A-24,Sec.16,Shastri
Nagar
388,gali no.7,Kaila
Bhatta.
H.no.353,gali
no.4,Kailash Nagar,GZB.
H.No.574,Kailash
Nagar,GZB.
470,gali no.10,Kailash
Nagar,GZB.
312,gali no.5,Kailash
Nagar,GZB.
217,gali no.5,Kailash
Nagar,GZB.
477,gali no.6,Kailash
Nagar,GZB.
254,Kailash Nagar,GZB.
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9313658172
23273795
9990010958
9811946114
9810535865
2842968
9871073061
9810292997
0120- 2841296
6574144
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24.
Utkarsh Agarwal
Sh.Ravi Agarwal
F-393A,MIG,Pratap
Nagar,GZB.
256,Mata colony,Vijay
Nagar,GZB.
A-548,Sec-11,Vijay
Nagar,GZB.
C5/5,Sec-11,Vijay
Nagar,GZB.
C-131,Sec-11,Vijay
Nagar,GZB.
C-209,Sec-11,New Vijay
Nagar,GZB.
B-327B,Sec-11,Vijay
Nagar,GZB.
E-355D,Pratap
Vihar,GZB.
34,Shiban Pura,GZB.
8010173010
25.
Pradeep Kumar
Sh.Satyapal Singh
26.
Ankur Shrivastav
27.
28.
Sardip Singh
Gosai
Neeraj Kumar
Sh.Rakesh
Shrivastav
Sh.Prem Singh
Gosai
Sh.Ashok Kumar
29.
Arun Kumar
Sh.Jamuna Prasad
30.
Pankaj Kumar
Sh. Munesh Kumar
31.
Naresh Shukla
Sh.Sushil Kumar
32.
Mohit Kumar
Sh.Manoj Kumar
33.
Ravi Pal
Sh.Rakesh Kumar
154,Harvansh
Nagar,GZB.
Sihani Road,Subash
Nagar,GZB.
Ward-2,Near barat
ghar,Dasna.
640,Subash
Nagar,Ghukna.
Vishvas Nagar,GZB.
9716450677
34.
Mahipal Singh
Sh.Narpat Singh
35.
Akram
Sh.Ansar Ahmed
36.
Sanjay
Sh.Chanderpal
37.
Rachna Tyagi
Sh.Amit Tyagi
38.
39.
Ramkishor Singh
Amrish Tyagi
40.
Radhey Shyam
41.
42.
43.
Sandeep Tyagi
Deepa Verma
Nirdosh Sharma
44.
Shilki Tyagi
Sh.Manohar Lal
Sh.Raghuvansh
Tyagi
Sh.Nanak Chand
Goswami
Sh.Hari Raj Tyagi
Sh.Kailash Verma
Sh.Kamal Ku.
Sharma
Sh.Devmuni Tyagi
Sadik Nagar Sihani,GZB.
9210793581
9911500209
Noor Nagar,Sihani.
9873707106
975,Vishwas Nagar
Sihani,GZB.
Noor Nagar,Sihani.
9971968076
9910252067
9910435152
Mainapur,Meerut Road.
9311823399
45.
Sunita Sharma
Noor Nagar,Sihani.
9990618249
Sangeeta Verma
Sh.Devender
Sharma
Sh.Akhilesh Verma
46.
Sihani,GZB.
9911340898
47.
Shashi Sharma
Sh. Satyender Dutt
9913979291
48.
Seema Verma
Sh.Arun Kr. Verma
Subhash Nagarll,Ghukna.
Subhash Nagar,Sihani.
9818071542
49.
Pooja Sharma
Sh.Balesh Sharma
Noor Nagar,Sihani.
9312727219
50.
Kavita Tyagi
Sh.Anil Tyagi
Sihani,Sadik Nagar
9213832424
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9268676005
9891493262
9999717519
6583285
9811794662
2841959
9810836787
9350999019
9650757308
9311497264
9210374887
9873897203
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51.
Rekha Sharma
Sh.Anil Kr. Sharma
Sihani,GZB.
9312844161
52.
Suresh Kumar
Sh.Soran Lal
E-558,Nand Gram.
9958781705
53.
Prakash Jha
Sh.Arun Jha
9871936318
54.
Ankit Tyagi
Sh.Aditya Tyagi
B-957,gali no12,Dindayal puri,
Nandgram.
237,Ghokna.
55.
Amit Kumar
Sh.Murarilal
9312847358
56.
Mahesh Kumar
Sh.Rampal Singh
57.
Vikas Kumar
Sh.Shiv Shanker
Ghokna Morh,Subhash
Nagar.
Krishna Nagar,Meerut
Road.
N-224,Sec-23,Raj Nagar
58.
59.
60.
Sorabh Sharma
Naresh Pathak
Ankur Kumar
Sh.Rakesh Sharma
Sh.Vijay Kr. Pathak
Sh.Sathish Kumar
61.
Rajkumar Nishad
Sh.Ram Avtar
62.
Abhishek
Sh.Brijpal Singh
Noor Nagar,Sihani
E-321,Nandgram
G-103,Sec-23,Sanjay
Nagar
N-281,Sec-23,Sanjay
Nagar
Bhikanpur Duhai
63.
Sh.Vijay Singh
449,Sadiq Nagar,Sihani.
9211474471
64.
Ajay Kumar
Gautam
Anupam Koushal
Sh. Ranjit Singh
9899649860
65.
Anil Tewatiya
Sh.Jai Prakash
410,Arthla,Mohan
Nagar.
617,Arthla.
66.
Sh. Sukhpal Singh
67.
Avdesh Kumar
Singh
Mohd.Aarif
68.
9811902267
9213968211
9210832932
9811966183
9312495238
9313664605
9999717097
2675949
9871343448
9350769089
Sh.Mufees Ahmed
14/20A,Chitrkut
Colony,Arthla.
232,Prem Gali,Arthla.
Rajeevpal
Sh.KaluRam Pal
244,Pal road
9350243252
69.
Promad Panchal
Sh.Vijaypal Singh
Pasonda
9818035867
70.
Ankur Kumar
Sh.Tekchand Singh
9312436259
71.
Sh.Rishipal Singh
72.
Dharmendra
Kumar
Vikram Singh
73.
Rohit Sharma
74.
Vishal Yadav
75.
Amjad Ali
Rajeev Colony,Mohan
Nagar.
C-548,Rajeev
Colony,Mohan Nagar.
G-57,Lajpat
Nagar.Sahibabad.
C-132,Shyam
Enclave,ShalimarGarden
Shiv Shakti Vihar,Lajpat
Nagar.
B-27,Shyam park
Extn.Sahibabad
Sh.Akhand Pratap
Singh
Sh.Satish Chand
Sharma
Sh.Ranveer Singh
Yadav
Abdul Hasan Ali
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9811046425
9810769987
9210876641
9818401091
9899612356
9911781617
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76.
Surjeet Singh
Sh.Achhe Lal
330,Indra Colony.
991109634
77.
Amarjeet Singh
Sh.Ambika Yadav
495,Indra Colony.
9910330209
78.
Sunsat Jha
Sh.Modis Jha
Rajnath Colony
9899990932
79.
Pradeep Rawat
Manoj Singh
G-14,Radhey
Shyam,park
57,Virndavan Garden
9818131776
80.
9910372362
81.
Aslam
Sh.Surendra Singh
Rawat
Sh.Jeetender
Singh
Mohd.Yusuf
G-315,Shahid Nagar.
9810670465
82.
Rahul Soni
Sh.Santosh Soni
A-40,Shyam park Extn.
9910509099
83.
Navi Hussain
Sh.Gamha Ansari
Shahid Pyare lal colony
9891146357
84.
Durganand
Mandal
Subhash Kumar
Upadhay
Rahul Kumar
Sh.Shyamlal
Mandal
Sh.Suraj Bhan
Mausam Vihar,Pasonda.
9811720228
Village-Pasonda
9818575424
Sh.Rajmal Singh
9350045312
88.
Usman
Choudhary
Neeraj Kumar
Sh.Illiyas
Choudhary
Sh.Ramnath
D-501,Garima
Garden,Pasonda
Gram Pasonda
Pasonda
9871364393
89.
Praveen Kumar
Sh.Ramkishan
Pasonda
9871348403
90.
Devender Kumar
Sh.Shiv Kumar
Pasonda
9873881511
91.
Pawan Kumar
Sh.Promad Kumar
9313272143
92.
Lokesh Kumar
Sh.Om Prakash
93.
Vinod Kr. Pandit
94.
Mohit Kr.Pandit
95.
Girish Sharma
96.
Gourav Sharma
Sh.Rajiender
Pandit
Sh.Suresh Chand
Sharma
Sh.Mahesh
Sharma
Sh.Nirmal Sharma
97.
98.
Nitish Sharma
Raviender Yadav
Rajeev Colony,Mohan
Nagar.
Rajeev Colony,Mohan
Nagar.
New Kot Gaon,H.No413,GZB.
49,Panchwati
Extn.,G.T.Road.
C-36,Panchsheel
Colony,Lal Quan.
H.No.13,FCI
Road,Daultpura GZB.
53,Panchwati Extn.GZB.
Lal Quan,GZB.
99.
Satish Kumar
9210319819
100.
Lal Krishna Bakhel
101.
Mohd.Rihan
Shanker Vihar,Phaselllrd,Lal Quan
FF-12,Shambhudayal
complex,GT road.
317,Kaila Bhatta,GZB.
85.
86.
87.
Sh.Vinod Sharma
Sh. Jaiveer Singh
Yadav
Sh.Kewal Kumar
Sh.Ramesh Chand
Bakhel
Mohd.Yahiya
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9211529758
9312436259
9881893363
9818192558
9868980644
9213147256
9312641584
9891101779
9716251240
9990489060
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102.
Aasif Khan
Siddiqui
Sh.Riyazudin
103.
Mohd. Farik
Mohd.Imran
223,Kaila Bhatta,
9811323874
104.
Abdula
Mohd.Salim
1161,Kaila Bhatta
9311811158
105.
Sabudin Alvi
Mohd.Alimudin
803,gali-1,Kaila Bhatta
9871545411
106.
Sarwarz Saifi
Mohd.Hanif Saifi
701,D-7,Kaila Bhatta.
9818603928
1176 Kaila Bhatta,
9990408231
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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11.16
List of First Aid Volunteer (Civil Defence)
Sl.No.
Name of Volunteer
Address
Contact No.
Shrikant
Father/Husband
Name
Sh.Shyamsunder
1.
Razapur,Shastri Nagar
2703138
2.
Vinod Kumar
Sh. Nepal Singh
Razapur,Jaat mohalla
9350567289
3.
Omkar Gautam
Sh.Jai Prakash
Industrial area,Kavi Nagar
9910249719
4.
Ajit Kumar
Sh.Hardev Ram
A/283,Sec-16,Baghwali colony
2758283
5.
Narender Singh
Sh.Padam Singh
Razapur,Shastri Nagar.
9910249719
6.
Rohit Singh
Sh.Rajiender Bharti
Razapur,Shastri Nagar.
9873390634
7.
Zaini Gautam
Sh.RamveerSingh
Razapur,Shastri Nagar.
9999330021
8.
Dharmender Kumar
Sh.Hardev Ram
Razapur,Shastri Nagar.
2758283
9.
Bharampal Singh
Sh.Raje Singh
Razapur,Shastri Nagar.
9719404589
10.
Bharat Sidharth
Sh.Rajiender Singh
Razapur,Shastri Nagar.
9873390634
11.
Rajkumar Sagar
Sh.Hari Singh
H-243,Shastri Nagar.
9358349953
12.
Sachin Kumar
Sh.Manoj Singh
B-45,Baghwali
9818542623
colony,Sh.Nagar
13.
Ajay Kumar
Sh.Veer Singh
Razapur,Shastri Nagar.
9910190022
14.
Aman Rai
Sh.Ravinder Rai
B-134,Baghwali gali
9811767153
15.
Jugal Kishor
Sh.RamKishor
Bhikanpur
2675175
16.
Mohil Chaudhary
Sh.Ranbir Singh
A-50,Baghwali colony
9818221203
17.
Alka Singh Chauhan
Sh.Babu Singh
5/11, yellow quarter,Lohia Ngr.
9911439381
18.
Rekha Kumari
Sh.Sheshpal
H.no.1531,chota kela, GZB
9868866971
19.
Neelam Sharma
Sh.Dinesh Sharma
R-132,Nandgram, GZB
9213127231
20.
Pradeep Gautam
Sh.Murari Singh
Village Pasonda, GZB
9971941521
21.
Sajid Ali
Sh.Alisher
Village Pasonda, GZB
9911312296
22.
Ravinder Thakur
Sh.Devnath Thakur
Garima Garden,Pasonda, GZB
9999469730
23.
Jeetender Kumar
Sh.Dharampal Singh
1201,Shivmandir,pasonda,
9871348403
GZB.
24.
Gautum Pal
Sh.Lakhmi Pal
H.no61,Pasonda, GZB
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9811353518
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11.17
Hospital and Nursing Home in Ghaziabad
S.No.
1
2
3
Name of Pvt.
Hospital / Nursing
Home
Minakshi (Raj Shree
Hospital)
Shivam Hospital and
Heart Centre
Poddar Nursing
Home
4
Manav Eye and
Laser Hospital
5
Shyam Hospital
6
Sarovaday Hospital
7
Rajendra Nursing
and Maternity Home
8
Chandra Lakshmi
Hospital
9
B R Hospital
10
Paras Hospital
11
Panna Lal Shyam lal
Hospital
12
Divya Nursing Home
13
Adinath Hospital
14
Krishna Hospital and
Trauma Centre
Address
B-13,
Kaushambi,
Ghaziabad
R-3/4, Rajnagar,
Ghaziabad
J-62, Patel
Nagar I ,
Ghaziabad
B- Block, Kavi
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
R-5/498,
Rajnagar,
Ghaziabad
KJ-7, Kavi
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
8144, Sectoe-3,
Rajendra
Nagar,
Sahibabad,
Ghaziabad
Dasna Road,
Maliwara,
Ghaziabad
R-1/2, Rajnagar,
Ghaziabd
130, Sector-4,
Vaishali,
Ghaziabad
F-172,
Ambedkar
Road,
Ghaziabad
SC-18,
Shastrinagar,
Ghaziabad
330, Gyan
Khand I,
Indrapuram,
Ghaziabad
J-84/85, Patel
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Contact Details
Availabilit
y of Bed
9818075677
50
0120-4197600, 01202821673, 0120- 2825095
0120-6560571, 2710784
50
30
0120-2791681, 2752659
40
0120-2820071
0120-2820081
40
01202701694, 95 01202700424
100
9310408163
25
0120- 2793601
9871715689
25
0120-2823485, 2827241
20
9811155810
25
0120-2798876, 2798886
40
120-2758351,
2717531
25
120-2605269,
2606737
15
0120-2711259,
09313127592
20
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15
Anand Nursing
Home
16
Nagar Hospital and
Research Centre
17
Ambey Hospital
18
Kailash Medical
Research Centre
19
Tyagi Hospital
20
Aastha Medical and
Maternity Centre
21
Narendra Mohan
Hospital and Heart
Centre
Yashoda Hospital
and Research
Centre
22
23
Ganesh Hospital
24
Chandra Lakshmi
Chikitsalay
25
Vasundhara Hospital
26
Geetanjali Hospital
27
Sankar Lal Hospital
28
Uttam Hospital
29
Sirohi Nursing Home
KF-113, Kavi
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Lohiya Nagar,
Ghaziabad
N-1, Lajpat
Nagar,
Sahibabad,
Ghaziabad
13, Prem
Enclave. Meerut
Road,
Ghaziabad
B-183, Lohiya
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
KI-159,
Kavinagar,
Ghaziabad
Mohan Nagar,
Ghaziabad
3-M, Nehru
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
II-C-3, Nehru
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
C-4/337,
Vaishali,
Ghaziabad
15, Atal Chowk,
Vasundhara,
Ghaziabad
B-217, Shalimar
Garden,
Sahibabad,
Ghaziabad
Near Pawan
Cinema, GT
Road,
Ghaziabad
E-230, Sector-9,
Vijay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
B-209, Ashok
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
0120-2724711, 01202710967
20
0120-2704320, 01202722961, 62, 63, 64
9876466244
9310408198,
9810373756
0120- 2637100
50
9350790978
20
0120-2828383
20
0120-2701712,
09811943109
15
0120-2657501-09
9810215716
300
0120- 2752238, 01202750001, 02,03,04,
0120- 4182000
(Emergency)
0120-2790781, 82, 83,
2792809, 810, 811
200
9810474824
60
0120-2884052,
09810566261
30
100
100
35
0120-2863466, 5578018,
2714575
50
0120-2740873
15
120-3268939,
4117572
30
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Hira Lal Hospital
31
Bhagat Multi
Specialty Hospital
Pushpanjali Crosslay
Hospital
32
33
Shanti Gopal
Hospital
34
Vardan Retina
Centre
35
Apex Multi Specialty
Hospital
36
Jeevan Jyoti
Hospital
37
Issue Health Care
Nursing Home
38
Scope Hospital
39
Prime Hospital
40
Jay Nursing Home
41
Parakh Maternity
and Surgical Centre
42
Nidan Medical and
Nursing Home
43
Ranjan Hospital
44
Santosh Medical
College and
Hospital
SB-22/23,
Shastrinagar,
Ghaziabad
13/88,
Vashundhra
Sector-1,
Vaishali,
Ghaziabad
NH-1, Ahinsa
Khand-II,
Indrapuram,
Ghaziabad
Sector-8, Raj
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
SM-73, Shastri
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
R-71, Pratap
Bihar,
Ghaziabad
110-111, Abhay
Khand III,
Indrapuram,
Ghaziabad
628, Niti Khand I,
Indrapuram,
Ghaziabad
S D-200, Shastri
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
J-154, Patel
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
H-1/A, B-19,
Madhav Kunj,
Vikram Enclave,
Sahibabad,
Ghaziabad
364, Abhay
Khand-III,
Indrapuram,
Ghaziabad
Plot No-18,
Sector-1,
Vaishali,
Ghaziabad
Ambedkar
Road, Near old
Bus Stand,
Ghaziabad
0120-2757403, 2780029
45
9810131309
25
300
0120-4777000, 01
50
0120-3242071, 01202822440
20
9717582519,
9350179870
15
9910025696
15
9811578097
20
9811103876
20
9810070556
15
9910439100
0120- 2734824
0120- 2852829
9873468667
15
20
9891360297
15
120-3244357
20
0120-2791735
0120-2741667,
0120- 2741142
300
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45
CGHS Wellness
Centre
46
ESI Dispensary
47
ESI Dispensary
48
ESI Hospital
49
Police Hospital
50
Railway Health Unit
51
Narendra Mohan
Hospital
52
Dr. Bali Nursing
Home
53
Yashoda Hospital
and Research
Centre
Agarwal Nursing
Home
Brij Medical Centre
54
55
56
Vardan Nursing
Home
57
St. Joseph Hospita
58
Awastha Medical
Centre
Sharnam Eye Centre
and Laser Centre
Gargi Hospital
59
Kamla Nehru
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Kiran Enclave,
Near Pawan
Cinema, GT
Road,
Ghaziabad
Mohan Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Sahibabad,
Ghaziabad
Police Line,
Harsaon,
Ghaziabad
Railway Road,
Ghaziabad
City Centre,
Nehru Nagar,
Ghaziabad
II- F, 155, Nehru
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
H-1, Kaushambi,
Ghaziabad
KJ-3, Kavinagar,
Ghaziabad
KK-54,
Kavinagar,
Ghaziabad
SI-8 A, Shastri
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Mariyam Nagar,
Nandgram, GZB
K I-159,
Kavinagar, GZB
R – 13/24,
Rajnagar, GZB
R-9/182
Rajnagar, (G.Z.B)
0120- 2789969
15
0120-2757843
25
09990332774
Nil
0120-2630096
09958482938 (MS)
0120-2713807
09810019177 (MOIC)
100
0120-2711499
0120-2792430, 2792028,
2792029
25
0120-2793034, 2793045
09810218096(MS)
08
0120-4181900, 2777841,
42,44, 2777843
(Emergency)
0120-2701980, 01202701178
0120-2782255,2758494
100
32
0120-2780699
10
0120- 2871146
0120- 2872246
0120-2701712
150
61
Bhagwati
Upchar Kendra
0120-2823361, 01202822586
120-2828922,
2829922,
09810073943
J 83 Patel Nagat 9811012775
GZB
62
Shikhar
Nursing Home
Kasana
Nursing Home
A 14 Nehru
Nagar, GZB
S.H 291 Shastri
Nagar (GZB)
60
63
26
09810510569
0120-2792152
0120- 2724422
9810178882
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
15
21
Nil
50
04
05
09
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65
66
67
68
69
70
71
73
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Sanjivni
Nursing Home
Mariyam Hospital
D-9 Patel Nagar
GZB
Mariyam Nagar
Meerut
Road Ghaziabad
City Nursing
Ashok Nagar,
Home
GZB
Singhal Nursing Home Lohiya Nagar,
GZB
Mala Nursing
Vijay Nagar GZB
Home
Kamal Hospital
K A Block
Kaushambi, GZB
Jain Hospital
14 A/636,
Vasundhra
Love-Kush Hospital
Surya Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Colambiya Asia
NH-24, Near
Hospital
Sukh Sagar Farm
House,
Ghaziabad
74
UP Stone and
Urology Centre
75
Agarwal Maternity
and Nursing Home
76
Verma Nursing
Home
II-A, 40, Nehru
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
R-12/44,
Rajnagar,
Ghaziabad
SH-283,
Shastrinagar,
Ghaziabad
0120-2853805
09810120240
0120-2872246, 2871146
09810070531
18
120-2796824
04
120-2710755
05
120-2843579
35
9910391229
15
0120-2793601
09871715689
0120-2629036
18
150
15
0120- 3989896
0120-3001010
(Emergency)
Fax- 0120- 3001000
100
0120- 2792851,52,53
09810528852
06
0120-2829496
10
0120- 2752706
15
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11.18
Blood Bank in Ghaziabad
S.No.
Name of Institutions
Address
Telephone Number
1
Yashoda Hospital
0120-4182000
2
Ghaziabad Blood Bank
3
4
Madern Pathology Lab and
Blood Bank
Life Line Blood Bank
5
AIIMS
III, Nehru Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Kalpana Building,
Maliwara Chowk
20, Navyug Market,
Ghaziabad
III-B/2, Nehru
Nagar, Ghaziabad
New Delhi
6
Blood Bank Organisation
7
Bajaj Blood Bank
8
Indian Red Cross Society
9
Sushil Blood Bank
10
Apollo Blood Bank
11
12
13
14
Rotary Blood Bank
Lok Nayak Jay Prakash
Narayan Hospital
Batra Hospital
Bara Hindu Rao
Pusa Road, New
Delhi
Carol Bagh, New
Delhi
Red Cross Road,
Near Parliament
Building, New Delhi
Defence Colony,
New Delhi
Mathura Road,
New Delhi
New Delhi
Delhi Gate, New
Delhi
New Delhi
New Delhi
15
White Cross Bank
New Delhi
16
17
G T B Hospital
Yashoda Hospital and Research
Centre
New Delhi
H-1, Kaushambi,
Ghaziabad
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
0120-2794762
0120-2790952,
2794200, 2710917
0120-5568739
011-26588500,
26864851
011-25711055,
25721870
011-25729849
011-23716442,
23711551
011-24658165,
24697646
011-26925801
011-29054066
011-23233400
011-29958747
011-23919613,
23919625, 23919738
011-26914163,
26831063
011-22286262
0120-4181900,
2777841, 42,44,
2777843
(Emergency)
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11.19
Pathology Facilities in Ghaziabad
S.No
1
2
Name of Unit
Ghaziabad Pathology Lab
3
Vrinda Diagnostic Centre /
Lab
Sharnam Pathology Lab
4
Singh Pathology Lab
5
Dr. Lal Pathology Lab
6
Agarwal Pathology Lab
7
Modern Pathology Clinic
8
Kumar Pathology Clinic
9
SRL Religare Lab
10
Vrinda Diagnostic Centre
and Pathology Lab
Uttam Diagnostic Centre
11
12
Shankar Ultrasound and XRay
13
14
Delhi Diagnostic Centre
National CT Scan Centre
15
16
Madhurima Diagnostic
Centre
Shivam Diagnostic Centre
17
Krishna Diagnostic Centre
18
Shubham Ultrasound
19
Amar Diagnostic Centre
20
Agarwal Pathology and lab
21
22
Ghaziabad pathology Lab
Kush Diagnostic Centre
23
Vrinda Diogostic Centre
Address
Ist Floor, Maliwara,
Ghaziabad
K-F 84, Kavinagar,
Ghaziabad
R-13/24, Rajnagar,
Ghaziabad
R-9/247,Rajnagar,
Ghaziabad
C-30, RDC, Near HDFC
Bank. Rajnagar,
Ghaziabad
190, Gandhi Nagar,
Ghaziabad
20, Navyug Market,
Ghaziabad
R-11/206, Raj Nagar,
Ghaziabad
KC-115, Kavinagar,
Ghaziabad
III-B-9, Nehru Nagar,
Ghaziabad
J-53, Patel Nagar,
Ghaziabad
R-4/2, Rajnagar,
Ghaziabad
Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad
Maliwara Road,
Ghaziabad
Patel Nagar Ist, Ghaziabad
Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad
J-28, Patel Nagar,
Ghaziabad
J-100, Patel Nagar,
Ghaziabad
J-77, Patel Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Nehru Nagar, Shahibabad,
Ghaziabad
Sahibabad, Ghaziabad
G-568, Govindpuram, GZB
Ghaziabad
Vaisahali, Ghaziabad
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Contact Number
0120-2794762,
2794300
0120-2750588
0120-2823361,
2822586, 09818194993
0120-3228270
0120-2700167, 71,78
0120-2711919,
2700247, 09818654435
0120-2790952,
2752570
0120-2829461
0120-4123570,
2712250,
9810039297
0120-4575277, 282
0120-2793934,2795514
0120-3299677,
2719177
0120-2824067,
0120-2828967
09312233819
0120-2796654
0120-2794901,
2794903
0120-27101177,
2713177
0120-2796997,
09811091021
0120-2781460,
2759564
0120-2702478,
09810173184
0120-2758388,
09810583339
0120-2790296
0120-2794762
09717952673
0120-2989411
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11.20
Ambulance Service In Ghaziabad
S.N0
1
Name of Hospital
MMG Govt. Hospital
Address
Ghaziabad
2
3
Sarvoday Hospital
Yashoda Hospital
4
Narinder Mohan Hospital
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Yadav Ambulance Seva
Lines Club Ekta
Amit Ambulance
SATS (Accident)
Delhi Ambulance Services
Escort Heart Institute
Indraprasth Appolo
Safdarjung Hospital
13
14
15
BR Jan Seva Society
Ramlila Samiti
Prabhu Kripa Seva
Sansthan
Narinder Mohan Hospital
and Heart Centre
Columbia Asia Hospital
KJ-7, Kavinagar
III MA, Nehru
Nagar
II- B, Nehru Nagar,
GZB
Govindpuram
Ghaziabad
Ghaziabad
Ghaziabad
New Delhi
New Delhi
New Delhi
Safdarjung, New
Delhi
Ghaziabad
Kavinagar
Ghaziabad
16
17
18
Yashoda Hospital and
Research Centre
19
Gargi Hospital
11.21
Mohan Nagar,
Ghaziabad
NH-24, Near Sukh
Sagar Farm
House,
Ghaziabad
H-1, Kaushambi,
Ghaziabad
R-9/182
Rajnagar, (G.Z.B)
Telephone Number
0120-2731970, 2710754,
2730038
0120-2701695, 2700427
0120-2750001, 2750002
0120-2940501, 2732522
09868652211, 0981077773
09350853543,09818432283
102, 09810045597
1099
09810077777
011-26825002, 26925858
011-26925858
011-26195954
0120- 2713485
0120- 2720021
0120-2731505
0120- 2658888, 26557565
0120-3001010
0120-4181900, 2777841,
42,44, 2777843
(Emergency)
120-2828922,
2829922,
09810073943
Service of Dead Body In Ghaziabad
S.No
Name of Institutions
Telephone Number
1
2
3
Ramlila Samittee, Kavinagar, Ghaziabad
Prabhu Kripa Seva Sansthan
B.R. Janseva Society, 96, Navyug Market,
Ghaziabad
Krisna Lal Ram Chameli Chaddha Trust,
Chowdhary Morh, Ghaziabad
For Animal
0120-2758392
0120- 2731505
0120- 2713485, 2714279
4
4
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
0120-2747608
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11.22
Location of Helipad In Ghaziabad
Sl. No.
Permanent / Temporary
Place
Location
1
Permanent
Police Line Ground
2
Temporary
PAC,
41
Ground
Battalion Govindpuram
3
Temporary
PAC,
47
Ground
Battalion Vaishali
4
Temporary
Ramlila Ground
Kavinagar
5
Temporary
Ramlila Ground
Ghantaghar
6
Temporary
Rajendra Nagar, Goal Rajendra Nagar
Park
7
Temporary
Hindon Air Force
Near
Kareda
Village,
Mohan
Nagar,
Ghaziabad
8
Temporary
Huz House Field
Opposite Sanjay
Colony,
Ghaziabad
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Govindpuram
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S.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
NGOs Contact Details, Ghaziabad
Name of Organisation
Bhagirath Seva Sansthan
Centre for Integrated
Human Development
(CIHD)
Raj Laxmi Jan Kalyan
Samiti
Geetanjali Welfare
Educational Samiti
Gram Niyojan Kendra
Name of Secretary /
President
Mr. Amitabh Shukla
Mr. Sapan Mukharjee
Mrs. Subrata
Mukharjee
Mrs. Vandana
Chowdhary
Mrs. Sutapa
Mukharjee
Contact Number and Mail ID
09810006150
09868444865
09210709301
09971326762
09412825853
0120-2765155
[email protected],
[email protected]
09911955245
6
Mayank Education Social
Development Society
Mrs. Rekha
Chowdhary
(Secretary)
7
Mrs. Lalita
09716050118
Mrs. Manju Sharma
09359958990
9
10
Social Awareness and
Integration Development
Women Awareness and
Rural Development
Great Social Samiti
Sandesh
Mrs. Poonam Sharma
Mr. Sushil Kumar-
11
Samiksha
Mr. S D Sharma
12
Saksham Samaj Seva
Mr. Manoj Mittal
Samiti
Daksh Manav Sansthan
Mr. B. S. Tomar
Nav Jeevan Jyoti Sansthan Mr. Sanjay Kumar
Verma
Karvam Environmental
Mr. Ram Narayan
Human and Rural
Development Society
Mahila Jagriti Manch
Mrs. Rekha
Chowdhary
09990510809
09958673004,
09891089040
[email protected],
[email protected]
09868757693
0120-2751746,
[email protected]
com
09891089040
8
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Prerna
Ujjwal Samudayik Samiti
Bhagwani Devi Medical
and Educational Trust
Parivartan
09971873097
09219856266
09999514901
09313409243
09319644992
Mr. Tarun Gupta
Mrs. Sarda Rani
Dr. P K Verma
09891069636
09312392303
09319449376
Mrs. Rachna Sharma
09015385885
[email protected]
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21
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22
Swatantrata Senani Sahid
Kranti Kumar Memorial
Trust
NYK
23
24
Routary Club
Aasha Deep Foundation
25
Rastriya Samaaj Evam
Dharmarth Sansthan
Lakshmi Jan Kalyan Seva
Sansthan
Society for Progressive
Thought in Action
RASAM (Rachnatmak
Sahyog Manch)
Mr. Rahul Chaturvedi
Jansankhya Jan Jagran
Maha Sangh
Kisan Mazdoor
Gramodhog Vikas Seva
Samiti
Integrated Human
Development
Organization
Sarva Samaj Kalyan Samiti
Swami Vivekanand Yuva
Seva Sansthan
Jan Chetna Seva
Sansthan
Aadarsh Gramodhyog
Samaj Sevi Sansthan
Indian Society For Yuth
Develpment
Satyam Jagriti Vikas Evam
Prashikshan Sansthan
Dharmvir Educational and
Medical Research Trust
Mr. Swami Veet
Vichar
Mr. Ompal
Chowdhary
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
MR. Goyal Ji
Mr. S. P. Sharma
09211481914
09312637466
Mr. Umesh Sahni
( District Coordinator)
Mr. Salil Bansal
Smt. Jyoti-
09868118924
Mrs. Neelam Tyagi
Er. Y. K.Gautam
Mr. Sandeep Tyagi
09818410200
09810009497,
0120- 2626309, 2621367
09311129881
[email protected]
09411244365
09411068210
09211481914
09953154343
Mail id –
[email protected]
09212329537
09675753979
Mr. U. S. Saroj
09891697170
Mr. Mohsin Khan
Mr. Vijay Kumar
09313700200
09319006849, 09873856661
Mr. Anil Gupta
09211295368
Mr. Ansari
08979630614
Mr. Madan Mohan Ji
09810525689
Mr Ram Kumar
Sharma
Mr. Keshav Kumar
Sharma
09711332619
09313139031
(Off) 0120-4320634
[email protected],
[email protected]
39
St. Josheph Hospital
Sister Aani
09999707601
(Off) 0120- 2322019
40
Sai Kripa Seva Sansthan
Shri Arunchalam
Cheri -
09550526344
(Off) 0120- 2621367
41
Sampoorna-Sarva
sampoorna
Media People
Mr. Rakesh Kapil
09891823031
Mr. Rakesh Kaushik
08791727616
42
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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43
44
45
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Seva Bharti Samaj Kalyaan
Samiti
Shiv Shakti Gramodhyog
Sustainable Development
Society
Mr. S. K. Jain
09971419400
Mr. Bhuvneshwar
Tyagi
Mr. Sunil Kumar
09013243357
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
09927112609
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11.24
Overhead Tank Posstion in Ghaziabad City
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
11.25
Hydrant Point and their Location in Ghaziabad City
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11.26
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Print and Electronic Media in Ghaziabad City
Print Media
S. No.
Name
Designation
Media
Mobile Number
Reporter
Dainik Amar Ujala
9711984836
2
3
Sh. Kumar Abhimanyu
Singh
Sh. Dinkar Gupta
Sh. Ashok Ojha
Chief Reporter
Buro Chief
Dainik Amar Ujala
Dainik Jagaran
4
5
6
Sh. Pramod Sharma
Sh. Chetan Ananad
Sh. Anurodh Bhardwaj
Buro Chief
Buro Chief
Buro Chief
7
Sh. Rakesh Parashar
Buro Chief
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Sh. Ravi Arora
Sh. Ajay Audichya
Sh. Madan Panchal
Sh. Rakesh Sharma
Sh. Salamat Miyan
Sh. Ashutosh Gupta
Sh. Kamal Shekhri
Sh. Shekhar Kapoor
Sh. Raj Kaushik
Sh. Amod Kaushik
Sh. Ashok Kaushik
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
19
Reporter
Reporter
Hindustan
21
22
Sh. Puneet Kumar
Tiwari
Sh. Amrendra Kumar
Rai
Sh. Gopal Rai
Sh. Sunil Yadav
Rastriya Sahara
Hindustan
Amar Ujala
(National)
Nav Bharat Times
(NBT)
Nai Duniya
Nai Duniya
Nai Duniya
UNI / Varta
Dainik Yugkarvat
Dainik Jagaran
Dainik Hint
Dainik Hint
DLA
Amar Ujala
Dainik Hind
Aatma
Hindustan
9953088552
9560798074,
9811801141
9811171187
23
24
25
26
27
Sh. Sandeep Singhal
Sh. Lalit Kumar
Sh. Munna Mishra
Sh. Piyush Kumar
Sh. Teluram Kamboj
28
Sh. Manoj Banshal
29
Smt. Minakshi Mathur
1
2
3
4
Sh. Anurag Chaddha
Sh. Bholenath Sharma
Imran Khan
Sh. Anuj Chowdhry
1
20
Reporter
Reporter
NBT
Dainik Hind
Aatma
Beuro Chief
Veer Arjun
Reporter
Times of India
Reporter
Times of India
Reporter
Hindustan Times
Reporter
Dainik
Prayalankar
Reporter
Dainik Rastriya
Aaina
Beuro Chief
The Midia
Science
Electronic Media
Reporter
Zee News
Reporter
Aaj Tak
Reporter
DD -I
Reporter
Sahara Samay
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
08860011823
9891221054
9873431863
9711809375
9711809374
9811813300
9810263347
9313611871
9810139911
9990934458
9811449246
9811931517
9810149213
9871089589
9811859557
9868664640
9990147975
9311450661
9891109111
9313600788
9911571340
9810317536
9810149562
09211585562,
09873392686
9899728333
9891262315
9873517866
9818133562
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Sh. Lokesh Kumar
Reporter
ETV
6
7
8
9
10
Sh. Rahul Sharma
Sh. Satyam Pancholi
Sh. Sanjay Shah
Sh. Jatin
Sh. Manoj Sharma
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Reporter
Jan Sandesh
News-24
India TV
India News
BCN
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9811019887,
9891563988
9350447792
9999602348
9999811869
9312018732
9899832314
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Shelter and Stay Home Facilities by Nagar Nigam, Ghaziabad
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Equipment Facilities in Govt. Hospital, Ghaziabad
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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11.29
Gas Agencies and Petrol Pump In Ghaziabad
Gas Agencies
S.No.
Name Of Agency
Telephone No
1.
M/s Air Force Gas Service, Hindon Airport
2.
4.
M/s B.S. Gas Agency, Govindpuram, Ghaziabad
2767328
H.P.C.
M/s Bharat Bhushan Gas Service, Suraj Market, G.T.Road, 2940593
Ghaziabad
M/s Brij Bhushan Gas Service, Arthla
2940593
5.
M/s Captain Gas Service, Sector 12, Pratap Vihar, Ghaziabad
2741924
6.
M/s Chandra Nagar Gas Service, A-8, Surya Nagar, Ghaziabad
09312832905
7.
M/s D. N. Enterprises, Nehrunagar, Ghaziabad
2792075
8.
M/s Dasna Indane Gas Service, Dasna, Ghaziabad
9810533315
9.
M/s Engineer Gas Service, Sector 14, Rajnagar, Ghaziabad
2823763
10.
M/s Freedam Gas Service, Loni, Ghaziabad
9810620360
11.
12.
M/s Ghaziabad Gas Service, Sectior 17, Industrial Area, Kavi 2700735
Nagar, Ghaziabad
M/s Hindon Gas Service, Nehrunagar, Ghaziabad
9810032687
13.
M/s Kamla Gas Service, 2nd C, Nehrunagar, Ghaziabad
3268111
14.
M/s Khwaza Ghareeb Nawaz Indane Gas Service
3943887
15.
2734622
16.
M/s Nim Gas Service, Patel Nagar, Ghaziabad
.
M/s Panwar Gas Service, Sector 14, G.D.A. Market, Ghaziabad
17.
M/s Prakash Bharat Gas Service, Mohan Nagar Chauraha
4116785
18.
M/s Prankur Gas Service, Infront of Pawan Cinema, Ghaziabad
9350736008
19.
M/s Prem Gas Service, Sector 10, Rajnagar, Ghaziabad
2829589
20.
M/s Raj Gas Service, C-Block, Shastri Nagar, Ghaziabad
2717575
3.
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22.
M/s Sain Gas Service, Nehrunagar 3rd (Near Nasirpur Phatak), 3942842
Ghaziabad
M/s Saraswati Gas Service, Nandgram, Ghaziabad
2870307
23.
M/s Shaheed Om Prakash Gas Service, Loni, Ghaziabad
24.
M/s Shiva Gas Service, Lal Quan, Ghaziabad
25.
M/s Task Force P.A.C., Govindpuram, Ghaziabad
26.
M/s Tyagi Gas Service, Nandgram, Ghaziabad
2870333
27.
M/s United Gas Company, Rajendra Nagar, Ghaziabad
2630846
28.
M/s Vishnu Jyoti Gas Service, Vaishali, Ghaziabad
9350272544
29.
M/s Yadu Indane Gas, Link Road, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad
9811215054
2867009
Petrol Pumps
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
M/s Abhishek Fill Point, R.D.C., Raj Nagar,
Ghaziabad
M/s Adarsh Service Station, Lohiya Nagar,
Ghaziabad
M/s Ahuja Service Station, Old Bus Stand,
Hapur Road, Ghaziabad
M/s Arihant Service Station, Aadhyatmic
Nagar, Bye Pass Road, Ghaziabad
M/s Auto Care, Hapur Road, Shastri Nagar,
Ghaziabad
M/s Bajaj Motors, Old Bus Stand, Hapur
Road, Ghaziabad
M/s Bajaj Motors, Sanjay Nagar, Sector 23,
Raj Nagar, Ghaziabad
M/s Bajaj Prime Fuel, Morta, Meerut Road,
Ghaziabad
M/s C.M.L. Automobiles, Shakti Khand,
Indirapuram
M/s
Chaudhary
Service
Station,
Bambheta, Bye Pass Road, Ghaziabad
I.O.C.
2704411
I.B.P.
2717339
I.O.C.
2791781
I.B.P.
2800355
I.O.C.
2710130
H.P.C.
2791705
H.P.C.
-
H.P.C.
9810052145
B.P.C.
-
B.P.C.
2866211
M/s Chaudhary Service Station, G.T. Road, B.P.C.
Lal Quan, Ghaziabad
M/s Daou Jee Service Station, Harsoun, I.O.C.
Ghaziabad
M/s Deepika Filling Station, Hapur Road, RELIANCE
Dasna
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
2866211
2769490
-
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14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
M/s Ghaziabad Petro Station, Railway
Road, G.T. Road, Ghazibad
M/s Ghaziabad Petroleum Company,
Meerut Road, Ghaziabad
M/s Hindon Filling Centre, New Bus Stand,
Ghaziabad
M/s Indian Oil Corporation (Coco Pump),
Loni Road, Banthla, Ghaziabad
M/s Indirapuram Auto Fuel & Service,
Indirapuram
M/s Janki Das Filling Station, Sanjay Nagar,
Raj Nagar, Ghaziabad
M/s Jaya Automobile, Hapur Bye Pass
Road, Vijay Nagar, Ghaziabad
M/s Kisan Sneh Diesel, Saharanpur Road,
Mandola, Ghaziabad
M/s Kundan Lal & Sons, Gyani Border,
Ghaziabad
M/s Mahadev Fuel Centre, Pandav Nagar,
Shastri
Nagar,
Railway
Crossing,
Ghaziabad
M/s Mahalaxmi Filling Station, Karhera,
Ghaziabad
M/s Manohar Service Station, New Bus
Stand, Ghaziabad
M/s Mayank Filling Station, Teela Modh,
Loni, Ghaziabad
M/s Mohan Kalra Service Station, Bhopura,
Ghaziabad
M/s Mohan Nagar Service Station,
G.T.Road, Near Sales-Tax Barrier
M/s Mohan Shiv Service Station, Loni Road,
Bhopura, Ghaziabad
M/s Nandini Fill Point, Shahpur Bambheta,
Bye Pass Road, Ghaziabad
M/s Raj Dras Service Station, Vaishali,
Ghaziabad
M/s Rama Service Station, Meerut Road,
Ghaziabad
M/s Reliance Petro Marketing Limited,
Shahpur Bambheta
M/s Roopali Petroleum, Doonda-Hera, Bye
Pass Road, Ghaziabad
M/s Rukmani Service Station, Bye Pass
Road, Bambheta, Ghaziabad
I.O.C.
5396209
H.P.C.
2788367
H.P.C.
2856681
I.O.C.
-
I.B.P.
9810945010
B.P.C.
2111420
I.O.C.
2840546
B.P.C.
2743141
H.P.C.
2616437
H.P.C.
9312609727
B.P.C.
9810363552
I.O.C.
2734003
H.P.C.
-
I.O.C.
2920309
B.P.C.
2657086
B.P.C.
2627777
H.P.C.
9810232566
H.P.C.
2884874
I.O.C.
2788346
RELIANCE
-
I.O.C.
9810337825
I.O.C.
2800910
M/s Sahil Automobiles, Shahpur Bambheta, B.P.C.
2867288
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Bye Pass, Ghaziabad
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
M/s Sai Filling Station, Gram Duhai, Meerut
Road, Ghaziabad
M/s Sangam Service Centre, MasooriHapur Road, Ghaziabad
M/s Sanjeev Fuel Centre, Near Arthla,
Hindon Bridge, Ghaziabad
M/s Sant Lal Ranbeer Kumar, Lal Quan,
Bulandshahr Road, Ghaziabad
M/s Shadee Ram Udyami Ram, U.P.
Border, Ghaziabad
M/s Sharma Auto Mobiles, Near Arthla,
Ghaziabad
M/s Sharma Filling Station, Bye Pass Road,
Vijay Nagar, Ghaziabad
M/s Shiva Automobiles, G.T. Road, Hapur
Tiraha, Ghaziabad
M/s Shree Ram Service Station, Prahlaad
Garhi, Ghaziabad
M/s Shubham Automobiles, Meerut Road,
Ghaziabad
M/s Singh Service Station, Gyani Border,
Ghaziabad
M/s Sona Fuel Centre, Govindpuram,
Ghaziabad
M/s Suman Filling Station, Link Road, P.A.C.
H.P.C.
9837763036
I.O.C.
2677222
I.B.P.
3942745
I.O.C.
2866688
B.P.C.
2627596
I.O.C.
2940552
B.P.C.
3965943
B.P.C.
2853194
H.P.C.
2856203
B.P.C.
2700599
B.P.C.
2626181
B.P.C.
2768995
I.B.P.
2770958
M/s Sunder Petroleum, Ambedkar Road, I.O.C.
Ghaziabad
M/s Sunleasing Limited, Harvansh Nagar, RELIANCE
Ghookna, Ghaziabad
2793402
M/s Terratory Manager B.P.C. (Coco
Pump), Teela Modh, Ghaziabad
M/s Tirupati Fill Point, Bulandshahr Road,
Ghaziabad
M/s Top Fuel, Gopal Nagar, Hapur Road
Tiraha, Ghaziabad
M/s Tyagi Service Station, Link Road,
Prahlaad Garhi, Ghaziabad
M/s Vijay Sales & Service, Model Town,
Ghaziabad
B.P.C.
-
H.P.C.
3943462
I.B.P.
2854496
I.O.C.
2883619
I.B.P.
2717355
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
2678966
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Sub- Power Station In Ghaziabad
S.No.
Name of Power Station
Telephone No.
Mobile No.
1
Kamla Nehru Nagar, Shastrinagar,
Mahendra Enclave
Govindpuram, Karpoori Puram, Swarn
Jayanti Puram
Chiranjeev Vihar, Avantika
Raj Nagar, Sanjay Nagar, Raispur
Kavinagar, Vivekanand Nagar
Udhyog Kunj, Lal Quan
Buland Sahar Road, Industrial Area
Pratap Vihar, Gaushala
Vijay Nagar, Electro Steel, Ambedkar
Nagar, Industrial Area
Patel Nagar- I, II & III, Shibban Pura
Disel Power House, Maliwara, Delhi
Gate, Chaupala, Lohiya Nagar
Nehru Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Rakesh
Marg, Nasir Pur
City Station, Bajariya, Railway Road,
Ghanta Ghar, Turab Nagar
Gandhi Nagar, Rajnagar, Model Town,
Aryan Nagar, Kot Gaon, Daulat Pura
Nand Gram, Hindon Vihar
Rajendra Nagar, E.S.I., Tulsi Niketan,
Janak Puri, Krishna Vihar
Shalimar Garden, DLF
Lajpat Nagar, Sahibabad, Karheda
Vasundhara –I, Sahibabad Gaon
Vasundhara –II, Prahlad Garhi
Vaishali
Kaushambi
Indrapuram, Rail Vihar, Manoj Vihar,
Shipra Suncity, Shakti Khand
Surya Nagar, Brij Vihar, Ramprasth,
Rampuri, Chand Nagar
Ambika Steel, Site- 4, Industrial Area
Meerut Road, Morta Industrial Area
0120-2717886
9968601351
0120-2768007
9968601354
0120-2769888
0120-2724392
0120-2781287
0120-2800278
0120-2703488
0120-2744100
0120-2841281
9968601357
9968601353
9968601357
9968601356
9968601355
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
0120-2732972
0120-2791650
0120-2702554
9968601362
9968601366
9968601361
0120-2730360
0120-2711925
0120-2872341
0120-2621446
0120-2920432
0120-2638742
0120-2950014
0120-2882050
0120-2774531
0120-2772431
0120-2882076
0120-2629039
01202770390
0120-2712114
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
9968601384
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List of Ham Radio Operator In Ghaziabad
S.No
Name
Address
1651 VINAY BHANDARI
1843 S.K.SHARMA
2211 ASHUTOSH SINGH
2537 JUGGI LAL
VERMA
5156 VIJAY TIWARI
5287 SAMEER TIWARI
6681 YOGESH KOTIAN
8915 VIVEK MERATRA
Mobile No
703, NANDA BLDG,
KAUSHAMBI
APTS,SAHIDABAD
GHAZIABAD
34,GANDHI NAGAR
GHAZIABAD
DR 252/III A,,RACHANA
VASHALI, Ghaziabad
B-498, Sector 19,,Noida
complex GHAZIABAD
360, SECTOR 29 NOIDA
GHAZIABAD
III-F-71/4A
Nehrunagr,GHAZIABAD
R/46, RAJ KUJ,NEW RAJ
NAGAR GHAZIABAD
A-75,,SURYA NAGAR
GHAZIABAD
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Call Sign
VU2FRN
VU2GAD
VU2IF
VU2JLV
VU2TEV
VU2TWX
VU3BGR
VU3NRZ
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List of School & Collage which Can be use for the purpose of
Shelter in any Disaster Situations In Ghaziabad
S.No.
Name of School
1
Vidyavati Degree College
2
Sushila Kanya Inter college
3
4
Kanya Vaidik Balika Inter
College
Shambhu dayal inter college
5
Seth Mukund lal Inter College
6
7
8
9
10
Purva Madhyamic Vidhayalay
MMH College
MMH Inter College
Kashiram Rajkiya Maha
Vidhyalay
M.B Girls School
11
Sanatan Dharma Inter College
12
Saraswati Vidhya Mandir
13
Chabhil Das Public School
14
Saraswati Vidya Mandir
15
Gandharv Sangeet
Mahavidyalay
Saraswati Vidhya Mandir
16
17
20
Shri.Guru Nanak Kanya Inter
College
Lala Mangat Ram Maha
Vidhalay
Nagar Nigam Balika Vidhalay
Inter College
Rajkiya Inter College
21
Shri Kailashwati Inter College
18
19
Address
Dayanand Nagar,
GZB
Dayanand Nagar,
GZB
Right Ganj,
Ghaziabad
G.T Road
Ghantaghar, GZB
Mukund Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Right Ganj, GZB
Model Town West
Model Town West
Dindayal puri
Nandgram, GZB
Chandra puri
Ghaziabad
Balu Pura
Ambedkar Road,
GZB
Krishna Nagar
Merrut Road, GZB
B.S.-0, Patel
Nagar, GZB
B-3, Nehru Nagar,
GZB
E-11 Nehru Nagar,
GZB
M Nehru Nagar -III
Nehru Nagar, GZB
B- Block, Nehru
Nagar, GZB
Gari, Merrut Road,
GZB
Kaila Islam Road,
GZB
Vijainagar,
Ghaziabad
Arthala,
Ghaziabad
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Ph.No
0120-2833251
0120 4115210
0120-2717160
0120 2832533
0120283448
9810541245
0120-2322069
9313322311
0120-2862963
01202862963
9910523090
0120 2830513
0120 2793560
9810614172
0120 -2796680
01204138883
01202713324
0120275008
9810252563
9311350668
0120-2744698
9818687940
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Rajkiya Inter College
23
24
Jawahar lal Nehru Girls Inter
College
Bhagirathi Sr. Secondry School
25
Ingraham Inter College
26
Jainmati Ujagarmal Jain Inter
College
Nandgram,
Ghaziabad
S J, Shastrinagar,
Ghaziabad
Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Rajnagar,
Ghaziabad
Kavinagar,
Ghaziabad
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
0120- 2836158
0120-2754933
0120-2785692
9212798966
9310863780
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List of Pvt. Drinking Water Suppliers for the purpose of supply in
any Disaster Situations In Ghaziabad
1
Bharat Water Supply Co
Pvt. Ltd
2
Krishna Water Supply Co
Private Limited
3
Jay Baba Water Suply Co
4
Jain Water Supp
5
Anand Minerals,
6
Vaibhav Industries
7
Shri Balaji Drinking Water
8
Triveni Aqua
9
Abhishek Enterprises
10
Bisleri International Pvt
Limited
11
Vardaan Beverages
9,G T Road, Gaziabad201204
B-17,Site No 4,Sahibabad
Industrial Area,Sahibabad,
Gaziabad-201102
109/22 B,G T Road,Near
Dass Hitachi, Gaziabad201006
693,Nyay Khand II,Indira
Puram, Gaziabad-201000
B-39/6, Sahibabad
Industrial Area Site 4, Near
Indraprasth Collage, NCRGhaziabad-201010
B-49/98, Sahibabad
Industrial Area Site 4, Near
Euro Park, NCRGhaziabad-201301
S-211, Vaishali, Sector-3,
Near Chaya Public School,
Ghaziabad-201010
D-18/1, Meerut Road, Near
Industrial Area,
Ghaziabad-201010
1, Main Road, Mukund
Nagar, Near Keshari Mata
Mandir, Ghaziabad201301
19/1, Site-4, Industrial Area,
Sahibabad, Ghaziabad201005
45, Rajendra Nagar
Industrial Area, Mohan
Nagar, Ghaziabad
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
+91-120-2730355
+91-120-2895508
+91-575-2658879
+91-09313705554
0120-4112729,
09810494008
0120-6542648,
09811260918,
09213658507
0120-6542647,
09891058525,
09212428525
0120-2720693
0120-2851794,
09910679234
011-66264036,
09210715795,
09999791988,
09871306935
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List of Equipments and Emergency Facilities – IDRN
IDRN Data Base- Ghaziabad District
Item
N0.
103
Item Description
Department and Contact Address
Bolt Cutters
104
Electric Drill
116
Iron Shod
Levers, 10 Fit
Long
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
117
Sledge Hammer
117
Sledge Hammer
118
Heavy Axe
118
Heavy Axe
119
Two Handled
Cross Cut Saw
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
120
Chain Tackle
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity, Location and
Source
Quantity: 13 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 10 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 05 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 06 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 14 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 05 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 05 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
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Single Sheave
Snatch Block
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
121
Single Sheave
Snatch Block
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
122
Smoke Blower
and Exhauster
123
Set of Rope
Tackle
123
Set of Rope
Tackle
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
123
Set of Rope
Tackle
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
124
Gloves- Rubber
tested up to
25000 volt
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
125
Stretcher
Harness
131
Slotted
Screwdrivers
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
131
Slotted
Screwdrivers
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 04 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 04 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 20 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 10 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
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133
Blankets
133
Blankets
133
Blankets
133
Blankets
134
Lifting Tackle- 3
Tons
138
Inflatable Light
138
Inflatable Light
139
Light Mast
140
Search Light
140
Search Light
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120- 2767021,2767022
Emergency Operating Centre,
Room No-229 B, Collectorate
Campus, , Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Manoj Kumar Singh
Mobile-09910415078
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 75 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 20 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 54 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 20 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 03 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 08 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Emergency
Operating Centre, Room
No-229 B, Collectorate
Campus, , Ghaziabad
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141
Electric
Generator
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
National Highway PWD, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Mr. Sri Raj
Mobile- 09990871817
Telephone- 0120-2866492
141
Electric
Generator
141
Electric
Generator
Irrigation Construction Division
Contact Person: Mr. Gyas Alam
Mobile- 09650603936
Telephone- 020-2759678,2758867
141
Electric
Generator
141
Electric
Generator
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PWD, Nirman Khand-II
Contact Person: Mr. D.C. Vashisth
Telephone-0120-2721646,2857296
150
Search and
Rescue Team
for Collapsed
Structure
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
155
Lifebuoy
155
Lifebuoy
156
Life Jackets
156
Life Jackets
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Emergency Operating Centre
Contact Person: Manoj Kumar Singh
Mobile- 09910415078
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: National Highway
PWD, Lal Quan NH-24,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Irrigation
Construction Division, ABlock, Shastrinagar
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 03 Nos (02-15 KVA,
01- 05 KVA)
Source: Govt.
Location: PWD, Nirman
Khand II, B-4, PWD
Inspection House,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 10 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 05 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 48 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 06 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Emergency
Operating Centre, Room No
229-B, Collectorate Building,
Ghaziabad
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156
Life Jackets
157
Basket Stretcher
159
Inflatable Boat
(12 Person)
161
Motor Boats
165
Search and
Rescue Team
for Flood
167
Suit Fire
Proximity
171
Breathing
Apparatus –
Compressor
171
Breathing
Apparatus –
Compressor
173
Pump High
Pressure
Portable
174
Pump Floating
175
Extension
Ladder
175
Extension
Ladder
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 85 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 03 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 07 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 15 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 06 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 21 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 07 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 15 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 04 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
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Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
176
ABC Type Fire
Extinguisher
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
176
ABC Type Fire
Extinguisher
176
ABC Type Fire
Extinguisher
177
CO2 Type Fire
Extinguisher
177
CO2 Type Fire
Extinguisher
177
CO2 Type Fire
Extinguisher
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
178
Foam Type Fire
Extinguisher
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
178
Foam Type Fire
Extinguisher
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
179
DCP Type Fire
Extinguisher
179
DCP Type Fire
Extinguisher
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 20 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 11 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 08 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 03 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 10 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 03 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
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Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
179
DCP Type Fire
Extinguisher
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
181
Fire Tender
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
190
Fire Fighting
Foam
201
Stretcher
Normal
201
Stretcher
Normal
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
201
Stretcher
Normal
201
Stretcher
Normal
204
Incubators for
Children
205
First Aid Kits
205
First Aid Kits
Fire Department
Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 13 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Sahibabad,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 400 Litter
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 27 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 06 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 03 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
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City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
205
First Aid Kits
Emergency Operating Centre
Contact Person: Manoj Kumar Singh
Mobile-09910415078
205
First Aid Kits
208
Portable
Oxygen
Cylinder
208
Portable
Oxygen
Cylinder
212
Portable ECG
215
Defibrillator
219
Mobile Hospital
220
Mobile Medical
Van
221
Water Filter
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
Irrigation Construction Division
Contact Person: Mr. Gyas Alam
Mobile- 09650603936
Telephone- 020-2759678,2758867
221
Water Filter
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Emergency
Operating Centre, Room
No-229-B, Collectorate
Campus, Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Irrigation
Construction Division, ABlock, Shastrinagar
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 11 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
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Ghaziabad District
221
Water Filter
222
Water Tank
222
Water Tank
224
Bronchodilators
225
Vaccines
226
Anti Snake
Venom
226
Anti Snake
Venom
227
Chlorine Tablets
228
Halogen Tablets
229
General
Physician
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
Irrigation Construction Division
Contact Person: Mr. Gyas Alam
Mobile- 09650603936
Telephone- 020-2759678,2758867
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Irrigation
Construction Division, ABlock, Shastrinagar
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
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Ghaziabad District
229
General
Physician
229
General
Physician
231
Surgeon
232
Anaesthetist
233
Gynaecologist
234
Radiologist
235
Paramedics
235
Paramedics
235
Paramedics
236
Lab Technicians
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziaba
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 10 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
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OT Assistants
238
Medical First
Responders
238
Medical First
Responders
242
Tent Store
252
4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
252
4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
252
4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
252
4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
252
4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
252
4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
Zila Commandant Homegaurds ,
Collectorate Campus, Ghaziabad
Contact Person- Mr. Vinay Kumar
Mishra
Mobile- 08005194082
Telephone-0120-2718351
National Highway PWD, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Mr. Sri Raj
Mobile- 09990871817
Telephone- 0120-2866492
Ghaziabad Development Authority
Contact Person: Mr. Narendra
Chowdhary
Mobile- 09873225505
Telephone-0120-2791114,2792132
Irrigation Construction Division
Contact Person: Mr. Gyas Alam
Mobile- 09650603936
Telephone- 020-2759678,2758867
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity-1 Nos
Source- Office Zila
Commandant
Homegaurds
Location- Collectorate ,
Campus, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 03 Nos (i Jeep, 2
Truck)
Source: Govt.
Location: National Highway
PWD, Lal Quan NH-24,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 34 Nos Source:
Govt.
Location: Vikas Path Near
Navyug Market, Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Irrigation
Construction Division, ABlock, Shastrinagar
Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
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4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
Regional Transport Office
Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
252
4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
252
4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
252
4 Wheel Drive
Vehicle
PWD, Nirman Khand-II
Contact Person: Mr. D.C. Vashisth
Telephone-0120-2721646,2857296
253
Matador
253
Matador
253
Matador
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
Ghaziabad Development Authority
Contact Person: Mr. Narendra
Chowdhary
Mobile- 09873225505
Telephone-0120-2791114,2792132
Regional Transport Office
Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
254
Truck
National Highway PWD, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Mr. Sri Raj
Mobile- 09990871817
Telephone- 0120-2866492
254
Truck
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 13 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 13 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 2807 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
uland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 04 Nos (02 Jeep,
02- Car)
Source: Govt.
Location: PWD, Nirman
Khand II, B-4, PWD
Inspection House,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos Source:
Govt.
Location: Vikas Path Near
Navyug Market, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 10992 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
uland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: National Highway
PWD, Lal Quan NH-24,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
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Truck
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
Regional Transport Office
Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
254
Truck
254
Truck
PWD, Nirman Khand-II
Contact Person: Mr. D.C. Vashisth
Telephone-0120-2721646,2857296
256
Mini Bus
256
Mini Bus
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
Regional Transport Office
Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
257
Bus
257
Bus
257
Bus
258
Tractor
258
Tractor
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
Regional Transport Office
Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
Ghaziabad Development Authority
Contact Person: Mr. Narendra
Chowdhary
Mobile- 09873225505
Telephone-0120-2791114,2792132
Regional Transport Office
Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 21 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 2179 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
uland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PWD, Nirman
Khand II, B-4, PWD
Inspection House,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 705 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
uland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 07 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 08 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 1100 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
uland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 05 Nos Source:
Govt.
Location: Vikas Path Near
Navyug Market, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 17056 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
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Tractor
PWD, Nirman Khand-II
Contact Person: Mr. D.C. Vashisth
Telephone-0120-2721646,2857296
259
Trailer
Regional Transport Office
Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
260
Heavy Truck
260
Heavy Truck
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
Regional Transport Office
Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
261
Light
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Ambulance Van Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
Light
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Ambulance Van Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
Light
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Ambulance Van Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
Light
Regional Transport Office
Ambulance Van Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
261
261
261
262
262
Medium
District Combined Hospital, Sanjay
Ambulance Van Nagar, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Dr. P.K. Shukla
Mobile- 09873384592
Telephone- 0120-2783966
Medium
Fire Department
Ambulance Van Contact Person: Mr. V.P. Pandey
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Buland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PWD, Nirman
Khand II, B-4, PWD
Inspection House,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 40 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
uland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 21 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 2621 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
uland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 110 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
Buland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: District Combined
Hospital, Sanjay Nagar,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
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Mobile-09454418754
Telephone- 0120-2792888
Medium
Regional Transport Office
Ambulance Van Contact Person: Mr. Lalji Chowdhary
Mobile-09810374901
Telephone-0120-2703888
265
Water TankerMedium
Capacity
267
VHF Sets Static
267
VHF Sets Static
267
VHF Sets Static
271
Walkie Talkie
271
Walkie Talkie
272
HF Sets Static
272
HF Sets Static
272
HF Sets Static
Ghaziabad Development Authority
Contact Person: Mr. Narendra
Chowdhary
Mobile- 09873225505
Telephone-0120-2791114,2792132
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
Civil Defence
Contact Person: Mr. Ashok Gautam
Mobile- 09540195590
Telephone- 0120-2713910
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
PAC, 47th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Vandana
Mishra
Mobile-09454401760
Telephone-0120-2767021,2767022
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Location: Fire Station
Kotwali, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 25 Nos
Source: Govt. and Pvt.
Location: Regional Transport
Office, Industrial area,
uland Sahar Road,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 05 Nos Source:
Govt.
Location: Vikas Path Near
Navyug Market, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 02 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 31 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 15 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 41 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 43 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 01 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Civil Defence,
Collectorate Campus,
Ghaziabad
Quantity: 04 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 03 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 47th Vahini,
Ghaziabad
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Camera Digital
UP Power Corporation Ltd
Contact Person: Mr. M.C. Sharma
Mobile- 09868548665
Telephone-0120-2721200
284
Ham Radio
Operators
309
Non Sparking
Brush, Brooms
Shovels
PAC, 41th Vahini, Ghaziabad
Contact Person: Smt. Lakshmi Singh
Mobile-09454400372
Telephone-0120-2770455
National Highway PWD, Ghaziabad
Contact Persons: Mr. Sri Raj
Mobile- 09990871817
Telephone- 0120-2866492
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
Quantity: Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: Vidhyut Nagari
Vitaran Khand III, Kavi
Nagar, Old Collectorate
Campound, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 14 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: PAC, 41th Vahini,
Kaushambi, Ghaziabad
Quantity: 249 Nos
Source: Govt.
Location: National Highway
PWD, Lal Quan NH-24,
Ghaziabad
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Chapter- XII
Annexure
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Annexure- 1
Mitigation Plan of Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam for preventing
Epidemic
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Annexure- 2
FORM 1: FIRST INFORMATION REPORT
District:
Date of Report:
1. Nature of Emergency / Disaster
2. Date and Time of Occurrence
3. Locality / Area Affected
:
:
:
4. Number of Wards / Villages Affected
:
5. Population Affected
:
6. Number of Persons
a) Died
b) Missing
c) Injured
:
:
:
7. Animals
a) Affected
b) Lost
:
:
8. Shops / work sheds affected
9. Number of houses damaged
10. Damage to public properties
:
:
:
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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FORM 2: DAILY DISASTER REPORT
District:
Date:
Tehsil / Ward
Number of
Affected Colonies
/ Villages
Wards/ Towns/
Villages/ Completely
Affected
Wards / Villages /
Towns Partially
Affected
Number of
Deaths
Number of
Injured
Name:
Designation:
Signature:
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Approximate
Number of People
displaced / in Temporary
Shelters
Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Annexure- 4
FORM 3: DAILY RELIEF REPORT
District:
Date:
Information on the Magnitude
Disaster
Tehsil / Ward
of
Information on Relief Operations
Number of People / Relief Items
Families Affected
Food
Cash Assistance
Clothes
Tents
Bleaching Powder
Chlorine Tablets
Distributed
(Quantity)
Additional Relief
Requirement (Quantity)
Name:
Designation:
Signature:
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Amount (in Rs.)
Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Annexure- 5
FORM 4: REPORT ON DETAILS OF LOSS OF LIFE AND INJURIES
District:
Tehsil / Ward:
Date:
S.No
Name of the victim
Fathers / Husband
Name
Age
Sex
Ward / Town /
Village
Cause of the injury /
Death
Name:
Designation:
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Date and time of
incident
Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Annexure- 6
FORM 5: LOSS ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGE TO HOUSES
Name:
Approximate
Loss (in Rs.)
Partial House
Damaged
Remarks
Total House
Damaged
Area of
Structure
(in sq.
meters)
Use of Material
Name of
Current
Occupant
Type of
Materials Used
Name Of
Houseowner
Type of Structure
Name of the Village / Town/ Colony
Disaster / Year----Date:
Signature:
Designation:
Type of Structure:
Type of Materials Used:
Use of Structure:
Ground Structure 1
Single Storey 2
Multi Storey 3
Thatched / Tiled Roof with mud /stone walls 1
Thatched / Tiled Roof with Brick Walls 2
Concrete Roof with Brick Walls 3
RCC Structures 4
Homes 1
Shops / Business Premise 2
Residential-cum-commercial 3
Cattle-shed 4
Annexure- 7
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FORM 7: LOSS ASSESSMENT FORMAT FOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Name of the Village / Town/ Colony:
Disaster / Year----Date:
Infrastructure
Nature of Damage
Partial Damage
Approximate
Loss
(in Rs.)
Total Damage
Cost Of Temporary
Restoration (In Rs.)
Non-functional
Embankments
Roads
Bridges
Power Supply
Water Supply
Schools
Hospitals
Other Public
Buildings
Name:
Signature
Designation:
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Cost of Largescale Repairs,
Strengthening &
Retrofitting (in Rs.)
Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Annexure- 8
FORM 8: STATEMENT OF TOTAL EXPENDITURE ON PAYMENT OF RELIEF
District
Disaster / Duration
Sr.
No
Tehsil / Ward
Loss of Life
Injury and
Disability
Loss of Crop
Loss of
Cattle
Partially
Damaged
Houses
Fully
Destroyed
Houses
Total
Signature
Name:
Designation:
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Loss of
Business
Merchandis
e and Trade
Implements
Total
Ghaziabad District
City Disaster Management Plan 2011-2012
Annexure- 9
FORMAT PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE DISASTER
(To be sent by the Collector immediately on the receipt of the occurrence
of the Disaster Event to State Level Disaster management Committee)
Name of District:
Nature of Disaster:
Duration of Disaster:
Assessment date and Timings:
Details
Yes / No
Remarks
Estimates of number of villages/towns
affected:
Overall assessment of impact:
* Estimated persons affected
* Estimated loss of lives
* Estimated number of injury
* Estimated loss of crops
* Estimated loss of houses
* Estimated loss of livestock
Damage to Infrastructure:
* Road transport
* Power supply
* Water supply
* Telecommunication
* Irrigation systems
Immediate requirements:
* Assistance for search and Rescue
* Food
* Clothing
* Water
* Medical Assistance
* Ambulances
* Fire Brigades
* Police
* Transport
* Manpower
Name:
Designation:
Date:
Signature:
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Annexure- 10
FORMAT : ACTION TAKEN REPORT ON THE DISASTER
(To be sent by the Deputy Commissioner immediately on the receipt of the occurrence of the
Disaster Event to State Level Disaster management Committee)
Action Taken
Yes / No
Remarks
* Action taken of DCR (Y/N)
*Evacuation vulnerable population
Completed underway:
* Transit shelters provided to evacuees (Y/N)
* Location of evacuees
Supplies of the following arranged:
* Food (Y/N)
* Fuel (Y/N)
* Water (Y/N)
* Lighting (Y/N)
* Medicine (Y/N)
Established contact with:
* Superintendent of Police (Y/N)
* Sub-Divisional Magistrate (Y/N)
* Fire Brigade (Y/N)
* Civil Surgeon (Y/N)
* Defence Services (Y/N)
* Railways (Y/N)
* Tehsil (Y/N)
* Superintendent Engineer (Irrigation / Jal Nigam) (Y/N)
* Public Works Department (Y/N)
* R.T.O/R.M, UPSRTC (Y/N)
Other action taken:
Name :
Designation:
Date:
Signature:
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Annexure- 11
Daily Resource Requirements Proforma for Relief
( for items to be produced through SLDMC)
Name of District _________________.
Item Name
Number / Quantity
Cost
Name :
Designation:
Date:
Signatur
GoI-UNDP URR Project, Ghaziabad
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Checklist
(to be inspected by Camp officer and sent to DCR)
Action Taken
Yes /No
Details/Remarks
Location approved/conveyed to
* District Control Room
* Police Control
An Officer appointed as “ Officer-in charge- Police”
Accommodation should provide for the following:
* Protection against adverse weather conditions
* Treatment for minor ailments and minor injuries
* Control over access and egress evacuation routes
* Equipped with a mobile PA system
* Update on disaster situation
* Drinking water
* Food arrangements
* Adequate lighting arrangements
* Sanitation facilities
* Easy accessibility for transport to and from the DCR
* Facilities for storage of bulk belongings of evacuees
* Facilities for accommodation of cattle and pets
Police Personnel provided
Information desk available
Inspected By:
Designation:
Date:
Signature:
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Annexure- 13
Checklist
(to be filled by site manager and submitted to District Control Room and the
department head)
Action Taken
Managed by:
* District control room
* Government
* Voluntary relief organizations
* Red Cross
* Salvation Army
* Meals on Wheels
* Religious organizations
Location approved by district control room
Protection against adverse weather conditions
Person in-charge designated for:
* Overall in-charge of feeding centre
* Shifts (Supervisor)
* Kitchen
* Store/stock control
* Food distribution
* Hygiene and sanitation
Care and comfort and transport of volunteers
Adequate arrangements made for:
* Crowd control
* Police protection
* Food resources
* Storage of rations appropriate for control of
insects and rodents in stores
* Infant foods
* Milk distribution centres
* Fire control measures
* Cleaning of premises where food is handled
* Area for eating on-site
* Drinking water
* Cleaning of utensils
* Disposal of waste water
* Disposal of leftovers
* Kitchen equipments
* Cooking
* Utensils
* Detergents, disinfectants, brushes, clothes,
brooms and other house keeping necessities
Inspected by:
Designation:
Signature:
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Yes /No
Details/Remarks
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Checklist
(to be inspected by camp Officer and sent to SOC)
Action Taken
Yes /No
Details/
Remarks
Location approved/conveyed to district control room
Protection against adverse weather conditions
Whether the site has adequate buildings
Site has adequate space for buildings temporary shelters
Separation of groups necessary
Separation of sexes necessary
Is there sufficient slope for drainage during rains
Managed by:
* Government
* Voluntary relief organizations
* NGOs
* Religious organizations
* International relief organizations
Person in-charge designated for:
* Officer-in-charge of relief camp
* Shifts (supervisor)
* Kitchen
* Stores/stock control
* Relief distribution
* Hygiene and sanitation
Adequate arrangements made for :
* Telephone lines and other communication links
* Easy accessibility for transport to and from SOC
* Facilities for storage of bulk belongings of evacuees
* Access point
* Exit points
* Fire fighting
* Crowd control
* Feeding centre (refer to checklist)
* Medical facilities
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* Potable water
* Water for other purposes
* Food storage
* Storage of relief materials
* Lighting
* Recreation space
* Educational facility
* Counselling facility
* Sanitation blocks
* Disposal of waste water
* Disposal of waste
Police Desk
Arrangements for staff and Volunteers:
* Tents, bedding etc.
* Transport
* Rest and recreation facility
* Space for office work
* Personal kits
* Sanitation blocks
Records to be kept:
* Expenses on administration and management
* Cash and credit vouchers
* Issue of relief tickets
* Issue of gratuitous relief
* Cash disbursements
* Issue of relief materials
* Receipt of cash
* Receipt of rations
* Inventory of Valuables with families
* Missing persons
* Persons requiring special assistance
* Births and deaths
* New arrivals
* Departures
* Inventory of non-consumables (dead stock Register)
Inspected by:
Designation:
Signature:
Date:
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FORMAT: DISTRICT LEVEL INFORMATION ON CAMP SITE
(for all transit and relief camp sites to be filled in District Collector and
Forwarded to Emergency operations Centre)
Name of the District _________________
Number of Camp sites______________
As on ______________________.
S.No.
Name of the
Camp Site
Managed
By
Number of
Household
No. Of the Persons in the household in
the Camp
( Including head of Household)
Adults
Children
Male
Female
Male
Name:Signature:Dated:
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Health Department Report
Format: Information on the deceased
(to be filled in for each deceased person)
Name of village /Town________________
Nature of Disaster ____________________
1. Identification Number
2. Name and address of the deceased
3. Age
4. Sex
5. Occupation
6. Caste
7. Annual family Income
8. Whether residing in the state more than 15 years
9. Day, time, date when the body was recovered
10. Location where the body was found
11. Identified by
12. Panchnama Done (Y/N)
13. Post-mortem Done (Y/N)
14. Transferred to Mortuary (Y/N)
15. Handed over to relatives (Y/N)
(Name and address of the relative to recorded)
16. Disposal of as unclaimed (Y/N)
17. Reported to Police (Y/N
Name :
Designation:
Date:
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT REPORT
Format: Information on the injured
Name of Villages/Town__________________
Nature of Disaster_____________________
1. Identification No.
2. Name and Address of Injured
3. Age
4. Sex
5. Occupation
6. Caste
7. Annual Family Income
8. Whether residing in Himachal Pradesh for more than 15 years
9. Day, Time, date when the body was recovered
10. Location where the injured reported
11. Nature of Injury or complaint
12. First aid given at OPD (Y/N)
13. Admitted as indoor patient (Y/N)
14. Admission No.
15. Date and Time of Admission
16. Date and time of discharge
17. Transferred to other hospital (Y/N)
(Name and address of the hospital to be recorded)
Name :
Designation:
Date:
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