By M.D. Auf Der Heide Erik
Makes use of learn on mess ups to shape a suite of rules for catastrophe instruction. Discussions determine difficulties in motivating and getting ready, together with political and fiscal components. Misconceptions approximately failures are pointed out, together with communications and organizational networks.
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It becomes clear that a system for inter-organizational information sharing and coordination is necessary. A meeting finally occurs where representatives of the various organizations are invited, and which results in the establishment of some form of multi- organizational coordinating group (Bronson, 1959:42; Dynes, 1978:61; Dynes, 1981:30,42; Drabek, 1986:161,182,186; Kilijanek, 1981:71; Rosow, 1977:20, 122, 124; Yutzy, 1969:59,60,77,121). Unfortunately, the formation of such a group may not be accomplished in time to benefit many of the victims (Moore, 6 1958:15; Mhjanek, 1981:71; Stallings, 1971:25; Rosow, 1977:20, 122, 124; Yutzy, 1969:59,60,77,121; Drabek, 1986:182; Faupel, 1985:35).
One new type of organization that eventually evolves rather typically in disasters is some form of coordinating "committee" or group. The various organizations involved in the disaster response may become aware that their individual and independent activities are inadequate. It becomes clear that a system for inter-organizational information sharing and coordination is necessary. A meeting finally occurs where representatives of the various organizations are invited, and which results in the establishment of some form of multi- organizational coordinating group (Bronson, 1959:42; Dynes, 1978:61; Dynes, 1981:30,42; Drabek, 1986:161,182,186; Kilijanek, 1981:71; Rosow, 1977:20, 122, 124; Yutzy, 1969:59,60,77,121).
EXAMPLE: Earthquake, Anchorage, Alaska, March 27, 1964. The damaged downtown area was cordoned off, and property owners and businessmen clamored for access to their residences and stores. A "disaster control group" had been organized and began to issue passes to individuals with legitimate reason to enter the area. Anchorage Civil Defense also issued passes to virtually everyone who requested them. To further complicate matters, passes were also being issued by the State Civil Defense, the city building inspector, the police, and by other officials.