MHE503 Survey of Emergency and Disaster Mgt Module 2 SLP

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Column 2: Rank the disasters in terms of frequency during the past 30 years (i.e. most frequent to least frequent disasters). Use a numerical scale between 1 and 4, with '1' referring to the most frequent disaster and '4' referring to the least frequent disaster.

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Columns 4: Rank the disasters in terms of average number affected per disaster during the past 30 years. Use a scale between 1 and 4, with '1' referring to the highest number affected per disaster and '4' referring to the lowest number affected per disaster.
Columns 5: Rank the disasters in terms of average cost per disaster during the past 30 years. Use a scale between 1 and 4, with '1' referring to the highest cost per disaster and '4' referring to the lowest cost per disaster.
Columns 7: As a disaster manager for this country, how would you rank these disasters in terms of priority Using the information in the table, rank the disasters in terms of priority, with '1' being the highest priority. Provide a brief justification for your priority rating.
Reasoning: Storm is noted as the most common disaster in the Philippines. Putting it in a high risk note could be hoped to eliminate the possible dangers that flood and mass movement wet could cause the country. Apparently, as reports note it, storm is the basic source of the other particular disastrous events which could or could not include epidemic in the list.
2. Select a high priority disaster for the remainder of your session-long project. Describe the sectors within your country that would be most vulnerable to your selected disaster. Explain why these sectors would be most vulnerable.
Storms are likely to occur within the boundaries of the country that faces the ocean where the wind hits ...
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