Crisis Management System of the Republic of Poland

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Crisis Management System of the Republic of Poland
project part-financed by the European Union
Crisis Management System
of the Republic of Poland
Smolyan, 17 April 2007
Crisis Management Department
Silesian Voivodeship Office in Katowice, Poland
www.katowice.uw.gov.pl/czk/
The Republic of Poland
The Republic of Poland
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Poland, the Republic of
Poland, a state in the
Central Europe, on the
Baltic Sea. Poland is
situated between 49º00’N
(Opołonek Mount in the
Bieszczady Mountains) and
54º50’N (Cape Rozewie).
And between 14º08’E (the Odra River near Cedyni)
and 24º09’E (the Bug River near Strzyżów).
The country’s length from the north to the south is
649 km, and width from the east to the west is 689
km. Poland’s total surface area is 322,500 sq km.
312,600 sq km of land, 1,200 sq km of inland
waters (Szczecińska and Wiślana Bays), and 8,700
sq km of territorial waters. In terms of surface area,
Poland occupies the 63rd place in the world and the
9th place in Europe.
The total length of Poland’s borders is 3582 km,
including borders (km): sea border – 528, with the
Russian Federation – 210, with the Republic of
Lithuania – 103, with the Republic of Belarus – 416,
with Ukraine – 529, with the Republic of Slovakia –
541 km, with the Czech Republic – 790 and 467 km
with Germany.
Since 1999 territory of Poland is divided to 16
voivodeships (regions), 373 poviats and 2 489
communes.
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The area of the Silesian Voivodeship covers over 12 294 km2,
which constitutes nearly 3,9 percent of Poland and gives to the
voivodeship the 14th position among the other ones. There are a
lot of cities in the Silesia Voivodeship – 68 (including 22 large
cities with metropolitan functions). Rural areas contain hardly
2,6 percent of total rural places in the country. The number of
inhabitants – almost 4,9 mln – comprises 12,5 percent of the
whole population of Poland. It is the most densely populated
voivodeship in Poland - 1 square km inhabited by 398 people
(the country's average - 123).
The central part of the region with the cities: Katowice,
Sosnowiec, Gliwice and Zabrze creates one of the most
urbanized and industrialized area in Europe. The northern
(Częstochowa) and southern (Bielsko-Biała) parts are mostly
green areas.
Silesian Voivodeship consist 36 poviats (17 land poviats, 19 city
poviats) and 166 communes.
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Road transport transeuropean network corridors which runs
through Silesia:
• corridor III (Berlin, DE – Wrocław – Katowice – Kraków –
L’viv, UA),
• corridor VI (Gdańsk – Katowice – Žilina, SK)
International railway lines which runs through Silesia:
• E30 (Dresden, DE – Wrocław – Katowice – Kraków –
Medyka – L’viv, UA – K’iev, UA – Moscow, RU)
• E59 (Malmö, SE – Ystad, SE – Świnoujście – Zielona Góra –
Wrocław – Racibórz – Chałupki)
• E65 (Gdynia – Warsaw – Katowice – Zebrzydowice –
Ostrava, CZ – Vienna, AT)
International Logistic Center in Sławków (ends of MetallurgicSulphur Line) with access to the normal track and the wide
track railway joins Poland with the East.
Katowice-Pyrzowice International Airport
In-land Port in Gliwice for coal and goods transportation
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Division of competences between Voivode
(Silesian Voivodeship Office) and the Board of
Voivodeship (Marshal Office)
Regional
Parliament
COUNCIL OF
MINISTERS
THE BOARF OF
VOIVODESHIP
(MARSHAL OFFICE)
VOIVODE
(VOIVODESHIP
OFFICE)
self-government of Silesian Voivodeship
Silesian Voivode – Prime Minister's
representative in Voivodeship
Poviat
Council
STAROST
Gmina
Council
VOIT / MAYOR /
PRESIDENT
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Council of Ministers Decree on forming commune board of responding, poviat and
voivodeship board of crisis responding and Governmental Board for Crisis Coordination
and theirs working, dated 03.12.2003 (Journal of Laws 2002, No 215, Entry 1818)
Crisis Management System in Poland
Governmental Board
for Crisis Coordination
National Center
for Coordination
of Rescue Operations &
Protection of Population
Voivodeship Board
for Crisis Responding
Voivode’s Crisis
Management Center
Poviat (district) Board
for Crisis Responding
Poviat Crisis
Management Center
Commune Board
for Responding
Commune Responding
Center
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Crisis Management Department
in Silesian Voivodeship Office
Crisis Management Center
Public Security and Organizational Section
Logistics and Civil Defence Section
Military Affairs Section
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Voivode’s Crisis Management Center
- ensures information flow in crisis situation,
- co-operates with other institutions during crisis situations,
- monitors condition of environment and appearing threats,
- organizes the Voivode’s communication and early warning systems
[alarming],
COORDINATION
STATE
- prepares plans assuring effective co-operation of the crisis management
system units (Crisis Responding Plan for Silesian Voivodeship),
- prepares analysis and prognoses of possibilities of crisis situation
appearing and course,
VOIVODESHIP
- analyses disasters’, calamities’ and other events’ course that have
destructive influence on the region,
POVIAT
- analyses threats in the neighboring and abroad regions which
consequences can influence Silesian Voivodeship,
COMMUNE
MANAGEMENT
- creates data bases for the crisis management system,
- is a part of the Voivodeship Board for Crisis Responding.
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“…The Republic of Poland guards the
independence and sanctity of territory, assures
freedom and human right’s as well as safety of
citizens, guards national heritage and assures
the protection of environment, commanding the
principle of sedate development…”.
The 5th article of the Constitution of the Republic of Poland
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Cycle of crisis management
Crisis
PREPARATION
RESPONDING
PREVENTION
REBUILDING
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Threats in Silesian region
Natural disasters:
Man-made disasters:
 Floods
 Chemical accidents
 Mass movement (landslides)
 Radiation failures & nuclear accidents
 Dangerous atmosperic phenomenon
 Mass (large) fires
 Man and animal diseases (epidemic)
 Traffic & transportation accidents
 Building collapse
 Accidents in coal mines
 Failures of technical infrastructure devices
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Crisis Responding Plan for Silesian Voivodeship
MAIN
DOCUMENT
Main Annexe AG-01
List of units
Main Annexe AG-02
Main Annexe AG-03
Structure and
organization of
crisis management
system of Silesian
Voivodeship
Rules of
preparation,
updating and
improvement
of Plan
Main Annexe AG-04
Legal basis
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Crisis Responding Plan for Silesian Voivodeship
Functional Annexes
AF 01 – Coordination and supervision
AF 09 – Agriculture protection
AF 02 – Threats detection and alarming
AF 10 – Logistic support
AF 03 – Rescue
AF 11 – Rebuilding / Recovery
AF 04 – Evacuation
AF 12 – Information sharing policies
AF 05 – Safety and public order
AF 13 – Sanitary support
AF 06 – Humanitarian aid & social service
AF 14 – Veterinarian support
AF 07 – Medical support
AF 15 – Infrastucture protection
AF 08 – Environment protection
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SIATKA
BEZPIECZENSTWA
Olek - czwartek
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Acts of law related to crisis management system
• The Constitution of the Republic of Poland dated 02.04.1997
(Journals of Laws 1997, No 78, Entry 483)
• Act on the Governmental administration in voivodeship dated
05.06.1998 (Journals of Laws 2001, No 80, Entry 872)
• Fire protection act dated 24.08.1991 (Journals of Laws 2002,
No 147, Entry1229)
• Act on the State Fire Guard dated 24.08.1991 (Journals of
Laws 2002, No 147, Entry 1230)
• Act on the Police dated 06.04.1990 (Journals of Laws 2002,
No7, Entry58 )
• State Company Act dated 25.09.1981 (Journals of Laws 2002,
No 112, Entry 981)
• Act on the General defence of the Republic of Poland dated
12.11.1967 (Journals of Laws 2004, No 241, Entry 2416)
• Building Law dated 07.07.1994 (Journals of Laws 2003, No
207, Entry 2016)
• Act on the Natural disaster situation dated 18.04.2002
(Journals of Laws 2002, No 66, Entry 558)
• Act on the control of animal infectious diseases, examine
slauhgter animals, meat and Veterinary Inspection dated
24.04.1997 (Journals of Laws 1999, No 66, Entry 752)
• Water law dated 18.07.2001 (Journals of Laws 2001, No 115,
Entry 1229)
• Telecommunications law dated 21.07.2000 (Journals of Laws
2004, No 171, Entry 1800)
• Environmental protection act dated 27.04.2001(Journals of
Laws 2001, No 100, Entry 1085)
• Atomic law dated 29.11.2000 (Journals of Laws 2004, No 161,
Entry 1689)
• Protection of the cultural goods act dated 15.02.1962 (Journals
of Laws 2003, No 162, Entry 1568
• National archives store and archives materials Act dated
14.07.1983 (Journals of Laws 2002, No 171, Entry 1396)
• Decree on awarding grants to handle with natural disasters
dated 23.04.1953
• Silesian Voivode directive on forming Voivodeship Board for
Crisis Responding no 145/06 dated 28.03.2006
• Regulations of the Voivodeship Board for Crisis Responding
• Silesian Voivodeship's Crisis Responding Center's
organisation rules
• Council of Ministers Decree on forming commune board of
responding, poviat and voivodeship board of crisis responding
and Governmental Board for Crisis Coordination and theirs
working (Journal of Laws 2002, No 215, Entry 1818)
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Acts of law related to crisis management system
• Act on the Crisis Management
(waiting for implementation)
Crisis management is an activiity of public administration units
which is element of chairing of national security, which is related
to prevention of crisis situations, preparadness of taking control
over them at the way of planned actions, responding at the case
of crisis situations apperance and rebuilding/recovery of
infrastructure and restoring of their previous character.
The 2nd article of the Act on the Crisis Management dated 16.03.2007
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National System of Crisis Emergency (NATO related)
All achievements which makes
abilities of countmeasures againts
terrorist threats during permanent
defence preparadness of the State higher
National System of Crisis Emergency (…) is all tasks realized by units of
governmental administration and armed forces of The Republic of Poland
and procedures dedicated to prevention measures against crisis
situations, preparadness of taking control over them at the way of planned
actions and responding at the case of crisis situations appearance
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National System of Crisis Emergency
ALARMING
LEVELS
1ST LEVEL
2ND LEVEL
3RD LEVEL
4TH LEVEL
ALFA
BRAVO
CHARLIE
DELTA
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Grzegorz Kamienowski
Director of Crisis Management Department
Silesian Voivodeship Office in Katowice
phone +48 322 510 432
e-mail: [email protected]
Andrzej Fiema
Head of Logistic & Civil Defence Unit
Crisis Management Department
Silesian Voivodeship Office in Katowice
phone +48 322 077 240
e-mail: [email protected]
Aleksander Kotulecki
Voivode’s Crisis Management Center
Crisis Management Department
Silesian Voivodeship Office in Katowice
phone +48 322 077 913
e-mail: [email protected]
www.katowice.uw.gov.pl/czk
www.slask.eu/czk

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