Awareness among Train Commuters Regarding, Disaster Management.

Nancy Fernandes Pereira

Abstract


Disaster takes various forms ranging from natural disaster such as earthquakes to man-made disasters. No matter what type of disaster befalls the individual, organization or country the results are typically the same, that is substantial loss of life money assets and productivity. The study concluded that train commuters had some knowledge regarding management of disaster though no much clarity as to how to manage disaster if encountered on the train.

Keywords


Commuters, disaster management, train disasters.

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References


 D.N.B Murthy, “Disaster Management Text & Case Studies”, Deep & Deep Publication New Delhi 2008 pg 27 – 30

 Thomas D. Schneid Larry Collins, Occupational Safety & Health Guide Series, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton London New York Washington D.C 2000 pg 2, 19

 Emergency management Wikipedia available from https://en.wikipedia.org>wiki>emergency cited on 1st January 2017

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 Emergency Preparedness & Public Awareness available from https://metramail.com>riding-metra>em cited on 1st January 2017

 Making commuter & freight trains safer – government technology available from www.govtech.com>safety>making-co cited on 1st January 2017


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