From precluding to reconstruction via the exigency phase, irrespective of the duration of the disaster( unexpected or progressive) or its climate( simple or complex exigency). It concerns both natural and technological disasters. It's intended to deal both with the direct victims of disasters and with the other parties involved, similar as public civil defence organisations, public retainers of countries affected by disasters and of aiding countries, and philanthropic NGOs.

Disaster management in case of cyclone and landslides, Tsunami

This document is the response of the Executive Secretariat of the European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement( EUR- OPA) to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe’s assignation to it, in Recommendation 1862( 2009), to prepare an ethical duty on adaptability to disasters.

It includes
General principles( i) Solidarity;( ii) common responsibility;( iii)Non-discrimination;( iv) Humanity;( v) equity;( vi) Neutrality;( vii) Co-operation;( viii) Territorial sovereignty;( ix) Prevention; and( x) part of the media.

Ethical principles applied previous to disasters( i) preface of forestallment measures;( ii) The significance of a good quality healthy terrain;( iii) Education, training and mindfulness- raising about adaptability to disasters;( iv) previous information;( v) Participation;( vi) Freedom of expression;( vii) Access to justice;( viii) Disaster forestallment at the plant;( ix) Disaster forestallment in recreation and sightseer areas;( x) Disaster forestallment in public places, particularly seminaries and hospitals;( xi) Special forestallment measures for the most vulnerable groups;( xii) Organisation of and participation in exigency drills;( xiii) preventative evacuation of populations.

The ethical principles applied during disasters( i) philanthropic backing;( ii) Information and participation during disasters;( iii) mandatory evacuation of populations;( iv) Respect of quality;( v) Respect of persons;( vi) Emergency backing for the most vulnerable persons;( vii) The significance of deliverance workers( viii) Measures to guard and rehabilitate the terrain; and( ix) Necessary measures to guard and restore social ties.

The ethical principles applied after disasters( i) Strengthening adaptability to the personal effects of disasters;( ii) Necessary measures;( iii) Protection of economic, social and cultural rights; and( iv) Protection of civil and political rights.