OFFICIAL USE ONLY

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CUTTACK

EMERGENCY OPERATION CENTER (E O C)
GROUND FLOOR, COLLECTORATE, CUTTACK
Tele/ Fax: 0671-2607842/ 2609059/ 1077 (Toll free) E-mail:dcrctc@hotmail.com

Kishore Kumar Mohanty, OAS
Collector & District Magistrate, Cuttack, Orissa

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09
TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword

Chapter-I Multi Hazard Disaster Management Plan
Why is it? Objective Disasters Who formulates and carries out Plan District Disaster Management Committee The overview of Cuttack Demography and House hold details Population Type of worker Literacy rate 1 1 3 3 5 6 8 9 10 10

Chapter-II Topographical Details
Climate and rainfall Rain recording stations Temperature Geographical area and Agricultural land Land holding pattern Soil/Topography Cropping pattern Livelihood details Labour engagement in different sectors Drinking water sources River and Crieeks List of embankments River carrying capacity Irrigation facility Availability of Infrastructure Industries Financial Institutions Communication facilities 11 11 12 13 14 14 15 15 17 18 18 19 19 20 20 21 22 22

Chapter-III Resource Inventory
IDRN data base Food Assistance Contingency Plan of Cuttack District Storage Godown & Public distribution system PHC / PHC(N) Police Stations Identification of School -cum- Cyclone/flood shelters List of boat owners List of NGOs 23 24 26 27 29 30 36 41

Chapter-IV Risk/Hazard Analysis
History of Disaster Seasonality of hazards 42 43

Chapter-V Risk Assessment
Risk assessment and vulnerable areas 44

Chapter-VI Vulnerability Analysis
Infrastructure vulnerability against Hazards Identification of week and vulnerable embankments 45 46

Chapter-VII Mitigation Plan
Sectorwise vulnerability reduction measures 48

2008 Contingency plan for Cyclone.2008 Contingency plan for Bird Flu-2008 Contingency plan for Rail Accidents Contingency plan for Drought 2008 83 90 98 101 106 113 117 120 121 127 Chapter-XI Distributional Maps Sub Divisional Map of Cuttack District Multihazard Map of Cuttack Health Insititution Map of Cuttack Public Infrastructure and Resources Map of Cuttack 139 140 141 142 Annexure Important Telephone number Maps 143 .2008 Contingency plan for Industrial Hazard Cuttack City Contingency plan for Water Logging Contingency plan for Earthquake Contingency plan for Fire Accidents.Chapter-VIII Crisis Response Structure Incident Command System (ICS) Early warning dissemination response plan Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) Evacuation search and rescue response Medical and First Aid Caracas Disposal Shelter Management Water and Sanitation Response Relief Operation Infrastructure Restoration 52 58 63 70 71 73 73 76 78 81 Chapter-IX Checklist Check list for control room Mock drill plan Schedule for updating plans 82 82 82 Chapter-X Contingency Plan Contingency plan for Heat-Wave-2008 Contingency plan for Flood.

Sub Collector Sadar . The plan is prepared to help the District Administration focus quickly on the essentials and crucial aspects of both preparedness and response.B. The DDMP includes the facts and figures that have been collected from various sources with a view to meet the challenges during any Natural Disaster. Sri Jyoti Prakash Das. etc. During relief measures social auditing ensures transparency and 4. OAS. Irrigation and other Department will thoroughly acquaint themselves with these guidelines and also the relevant provisions of Orissa Relief Code.Cuttack. however. OSDMA. Animal Resource Development. Sri Umakanta Tripathy. PD. Sri. N. OSDMA. MD. and also valuable suggestions of Members of the Natural Calamity Committee.A. identification of Disaster Prone Areas. Orissa & Managing Director. Panchayat Raj. Directory of Institutions and key individuals. IAS.OAS. 3. Veterinary.Disaster Management Plan in a continuous process.Involvement of women and PRIs is a must in the entire process. 2. have been taken into account. Banki & Sri Rajesh Pravakar Patil IAS. Sharma. Cuttack. Special Relief Commissioner. Deputy Collector. Sri. Sri Aditya Mohapatra. Revenue & Disaster Management Deptt.P. Cuttack as well as other staffs for their hard work and timely support for preparation of plan.. (Kishore Kumar Mohanty.A. O. Inventory of Resources. Rudra Prasanna Rath D. Udayanath Nayak. plans are useful and work only if they are updated and practiced through intensive mock exercises and simulations. O. Sri. Jameswar Sahoo. Sailendra Narayan Sarangi. All are not equal in a crisis situation. Sub-Collector. I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to Sri. The DDMP seeks to serve as a useful handbook of operational guidelines for the Officers of the District Administration. DRMP. It is hoped that the District level Officials who are in-charge of different departments will carefully go through the DDMP and remain alert to emergent situations that may arise in the course of the year.K.A. OAS. 1.S. I would also like to put on record my appreciations for the good work done by Sri. The plan deals with Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis.O. Sub-Collector Athagarh. IAS. The plan has been prepared with the following viewpoints. Response Structures. G. A word of caution may be mentioned. Sri.S) Collector & District Magistrate Cuttack . Sundaray. Addl. Standard operating procedures. District Magistrate & Sri H. whose constant guidance and inspirations have always motivated us towards achieving our tasks. OAS. Addl.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 FOREWORD The District Disaster Management Plan (DDMP) outlining the measure to be taken in the event of any natural or man-made disaster during the year 2008-2009 has been prepared on the past experiences. Emergency. It is expected that Field Officers working in Cuttack District in the Department of Revenue. DRDA. I. District Magistrate-II Cuttack. OAS. Mishra. While formulating the District Disaster Management Plan instruction of Special Relief Commissioner.S Revenue Divisional Commissioner (Central Division) Cuttack.V. Commissioner Cum Secretary to Govt.V. Health. Agriculture.

earthquakes. This generic categorization of disasters is in no way intended to disturb handling of specific disasters by various departments. cyclones. This would be entail all the participating managers to know in advance the 1 .1 Why is it? Vulnerability of the Cuttack District towards disasters. sunstroke. both natural and man. The district is vulnerable towards natural disasters like. as it is better to be totally prepared rather than go unprepared and add to the chaos at a disaster site. The District Disaster Management Plan (DDMP) has been envisaged as a preparedness plan whereby the receipt of a signal of an impending disaster would simultaneously energies and activates the mechanism for response and mitigation without loss of crucial time. in order to provide an account for all disaster in Cuttack. Quick Assessment Teams. The checklist and handbooks that will make this plan operational have also been identified. regular updating of Codes/Manual/Disaster Plans on the basis of experience gained and technological developments should be done. Along with. It was felt that the generic categorization of disasters would help in preparing disaster management plans. The need for an effective disaster management strategy to lessen disaster impact is being felt in many quarters and also for strengthening of organizational structure for disaster management. Therefore. Losses caused by disasters continue to mount year after year. The mechanism also lays down crucial parameters. in detail. droughts. procedures and responsibilities have to be laid down well in advance in order to ensure timely response in case of any disaster. requirements and organizational composition of Emergency Operations Centers and Incident Command Systems. It provides a frame work around which other agencies and departments can outline their own activities for disaster response. This act as a base plan or a generic / modular plan for all response activities. 1. Preparation and planning well in advance have been reflected through out the plan. Checklist and Handbooks. is widely recognized. floods. However. Precise actions.HAZARD DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 1. Planning and preparation have been given a lot of importance.made. a mechanism that takes into account multiple hazards and basic preparedness has to be articulated in the form of Quick Response Teams.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CHAPTER-I MULTI. fire accidents and the like. This plan will then be supplemented with specific disaster plan to take into account the peculiar conditions that might arise due to the specific disaster. Reporting Procedures.2 Objective: The objective of the plan is to identify all common elements of response. these specific plans will have to be dealt with.

These activities are common to all types of disasters and require subdivision and preparation of sub action plans by each specified authorities. Each sub group has been requested to work out the DDMP mechanism relevant to their group of disasters. drinking water. the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) in which the implementation of efforts on ground is well laid down. equipment and adequate delegation of financial and administrative powers are prerequisites to successful operation of the DDMP. Evolve an effective signal/warning mechanism Identify activities and their levels Identify sub activities under each activity/level of activity Specify authorities for each level of activity and sub activity Determine the response time for each activity Workout individual plans of each specified authority to achieve activation as per the response time. The DDMP requires the disaster managers to. Activities such as evacuation. search and rescue. health and sanitation are given prime importance.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 task assigned to them and the manner of response. Communications accessibility and public information. temporary shelter. Identification of available resources including manpower. material. food. that are important components of disaster management. 2 . clothing. Have quick response terms for each specified authority Have alternative plans and contingency measures Provide appropriate administrative and financial delegation to make the response mechanism functional viable Undergo preparedness drills. would follow on the activation of the DDMP. The DDMP is in essence.

4 Who formulates and Carries out the plan: The Disaster Management Plans have been formulated starting from the village level up to the district level. The plan clearly indicates the role and responsibility of each player of the team. a detailed description of the information flow among different components of the plan for better understaning.Sunstroke Earthquake Hail Storm/ Whirl wind/Cold wave Man Made disasters Chemical Hazards Fire. Civil society organisations also play a vital role during the implementation of this plan in the field. 3 .3 Disasters: Types of Disasters: (Experienced in Cuttack District) Common Natural Disasters Cyclone Flood Drought Heat Wave.Hazards Communal riot Accident.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 1. Sub-Collector in the Sub-Divisional level and the BDO in the Block level will head the team. In the next page. The Collector in the district level. The Sarpanch is the key player in GP level and the Community with guidance of Village Disaster Management committee formulates and carries out this plan in the village level.Road/ Railway Rasta Roko Forest Fire 1.

s 1. EE. DD AGRL 10.D Home- Gua rd BLOCK CONTROL ROOMS TAHASIL CONTROL ROOM G. SP 2.CESU 11. CSO 9. AIRTEL SUB DIV.CDMO 3.RTO 4 .P. CSO 4.EE IRRGN 6. CDVO 8.MC CMC 7.RWSS & PHD 13. NSS. CONTROL ROOMS UNDP/OXFAM/ RED CROSS NYK. RELIANCE.DIPRO 14. FIRE OFFICER 12. CUTTAC K OSDMA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Coordination NGO CELL NCC HQ ODRAF GM BSNL. PWD 5.I. C.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 FLOW CHART FOR FLOW OF INFORMATION TO AND FROM CONTROL ROOM IMD REVENUE & DM CONTROL ROOM SRC EOC RDC DISTRIC T CONTRO L ROOM EOC.s VILLAGES R.

Chie f Dist. Mr. DDMC President. Athgarh Sub-Collector. 3. District F ire Officer 25. 2. 5. Cutta ck Cuttack Collectorate. Irriga tion (Mahana di-North) 22. Deputy Collector. Pradeep Biswa l 29. Salipur. 6. Veterinary Officer 14. Collectorate. Mrs. Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Cuttack Bhubaneswar ZP member. Chie f District Med ica l Officer 13. Milirani Bose 30. District Project Officer. Regional Transpor t Officer 16. 8. UNDP 12.Athgarh. Cutta ck Athgarh Banki Collectorate. Executive Engin eer (RD) 17. Emergen cy 11. 24. Ananta Kar 31. Ex. CARE-Orissa 28. Mr.5 District Disaster Management Committee (DDMC): Sl. Ctc. Executive Engin eer (PHD-I) 18. Ctc. Engineer.DRDA Sub-Collector. Kantapada Zone. N. Ex. Ctc.9 2608100 2620290 2612424 2304801 2608265 2368139 2607626 Telephone Office Residence 1. Sarojin i Mishra 5 . Ex.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 1.25 ZP member. Cuttack Chairman. Zilla Parisha d Vice Cha irmanan Municipal Commissioner Superin tendent of Police Additional District Magistrate Project Director. General Manager-DIC 26. Irriga tion (Mahana di-Sou th) 23. Station Director-AIR 27. Cuttack Cuttack Collectorate. Cuttack DRDA. Zone. Cutta ck CMC. 4. 7. Sadar Sub-Collector. Banki Address Collectorate. Engineer (CESU-CDD-I). Civil Supply Officer 15. 2301001 2303962 2305100 2306623 2306205 220223 240203 2609694 06742340518 2562076 2347421 2626292 2360392 2442556 2307396 2630821 2301484 2300548 06742583327 2301272 2624775 2304995 2602866/ 2301656 9337251793 2358502 993753358 2854523 (23)-220311 (23)-240201 2607842/1077 2607842 2301007 2344155 2608975 2607492 2440662 2310115 2441619 2304101 2301128 2491546 2614425 2618488 2306409 2344852 2301912 06742514645 10. Cutta ck Sadar. Zone-44 ZP member.No Designation Collector & District Mag istra te. Executive Engin eer (R & B) 21. Zone-2 ZP member. 9. Ex. Engineer (NH-Cuttack) 20. Engineer.Koili. Executive Engin eer (RWSS) 19. Cuttack Zilla Parishad. Ms. DRMP.

Cuttack has two prominent divisions i. Topographically.1984. Km) Rural population Rural Households Urban Population Urban Households Cuttack City population 595 16. 313 6 .1980. Cuttack city is still the commercial capital of Orissa with the Malgodown controlling the trade throughout the state.21977 5.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 1.of Zilla Parishad Member Police Stations Assembly Constituency Parliamentary Constituency Population (2001 Cen sus) Longitude : 84º58' to 86º20' Ea st Latitude: 20º03' to 20º40' No rth 3932 Sq.1975.e hilly terrain on the west and Mahanadi delta plain on the east.1999. 781 17 18 (a) 19 (a) 20 Density of Population (per Sq. 2003 and 2006 causing heavy loss to lives and property.Ps Villages Inhabited village Un-inhabited No. The vast network of irrigation canals established by the Britishers after the great famine of 1866 is the backbone of agriculture. An unprecedented super cyclone affected this district during 1999 and flood in major rivers in the year 1972.6 Overview of Cuttack: Cuttack district is a narrow strip of land spreading from east to west.130 1.Km.99.P s No. 1973. People of Cuttack largely depend upon agriculture as the primary means of livelihood. 964 3. Large portion of the land mass is low lying and gets submerged during flood. 1982.07. 2001.2000. These water bodies function both as tributaries and as distributaries of the Mahanadi river system. 1991.44.1978. The highly fertile and densely populated land is criss-crossed by hundreds of rivers and rivulets. Banki 15 14 4 342 1950 1856 94 5475 46 35 9 3 23.33.349 6.41. 3 Sadar. Cuttack district is highly prone to natural disasters like flood and cyclone due to its geographical location. 094 Male 12. of Wards in G. Athgarh.41. Following are some of the relevant facts about the Cuttack district Cuttack at a Glance: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Location Geographical Area Sub-Divisio ns Tahasils Blocks ULBs G.35 lakhs Female 11.

66 % 4 5 9 67 2. Sidhua 1424.28 mm 2006: .605 1629 2177 667 388 18481/ 878 308 Mahanadi.150 1.150 1.2011.88. Genguti. Kathajodi.169 27.H. Birupa. Chitratptola.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 SC population ST population No of BPL families ( 1997 census) Decadal Population Growth (1991-2001) Sex ratio ( per 1000 male) Literacy rate Ho spital P.1841.1770.88.1042.) Total Cropped area (Hect.746 2.843 26.03.H.) Minor Irrigation (Hect.03 mm 2007: .) Lift Irrigation (Hect.789 83. Devi.1394.26 mm 2003: . Sapua.95.142 10 2166 60.806 10.46.1925.90 mm 2004: .43mm 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 Normal Rain Fall Actual Rain Fall 7 .591 1.32.Cs Di spen saries Total Cultivated Land (Hect.Cs C.007 14.318 62.) Major Irrigation( Hect.354 1.221 (+) 14.890 24. Kandol.759 4038 48.02 938 76.37 mm 2005: .) Fire Station Aganwadi Centers SOAP beneficiaries NOAP beneficiaries ODP beneficiaries Widow Pension beneficiaries No of students under MDM SNP beneficiaries Beneficiaries under Annapurna yojna Beneficiaries under Antodaya yojna No of fair price shop s Primary Schools UGME Schools High Schools No of tubewells Running/ defunct No of Godowns available River System 4.) Irrigated area (Hect. Prachi.3 mm 2002: .79.

76 187.H. 1.division No.738 Hect.528 Hect.081Hect. of Agricultural labours : : : : : : 3932 Sq.03.884 Hect. : 13. Km. : 161701 : 1839602 1.75616.Rural) :6 :1 :2 :1 :2 : Nil.194 Hect. of Assembly constituency No.7 / 1.57 119.007 Hect.599 Hect.40 Hect. of Costal Blocks No of L.40 136.H Subdivision No.Urbaan. from the State capital. Km 1. 46.881 Hect. of R & B Division No. of ICDS Projects No of Irregation Divisions No. 74. : 15. of Rural Works Division No. : 13. of RI Circleas No.8 Demographic & Household Details: Sl.85 125. of N.33 Adult 127314 99078 134463 84042 130224 86363 81552 Population Children < 5 yrs 18114 13122 18768 7125 15223 12014 9563 Total 145428 112200 153231 91167 145447 98377 91115 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Administrative Division: The District was separated on District Headquarters Cuttack No. of P.I division No. : 147652 Hect. : 127 :9 : 15 (1.00 312.16 226. :1 :4 : 10 : Agriculture Physical Features and Land use pattern: Geographical area of the district Total cultivable area High land Medium land Low land Total irrigated area Cannal Irregation Medium Irregation Lift Irregation Minor Irrigation Total Paddy area Total no. 66. 25776 21315 27637 16349 24467 18148 16566 295. of Electrical division Major/Medium Industries Major occupation of the people : 1st April 1993 : 30 km. : 62. 14. of cultivators Total no. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Name of the Block Athgarh Banki-I Baramba Barang Cuttack Sadar Banki-Dompada Kantapada 8 Total Number Geographical of H/H area in Sq.

78 98.54 324.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 4 5 Block Athgarh Banki-I Badamba Barang Cuttack Sadar Dompada Kantapada Mahanga Narsinghpur Niali Nischintakoili Salipur Tangi Choudwar Tigiria Total Athgarh (NAC) Banki (NAC) Choudwar (M) Cuttack (MC) Total Male 65029 50634 69405 42692 66528 44278 41305 82717 70856 66849 86010 88703 72727 35125 882858 8143 8371 22895 285838 325247 Population Female 62378 48733 64864 41376 63857 42115 40245 80604 67435 65769 83660 85989 69111 33239 849375 7705 7672 19727 248816 283920 Total 127407 99097 134269 84068 130385 86393 81550 163321 138309 132618 169670 174692 141838 68364 1731981 15848 15989 42622 534654 609113 9 . No Name of the Block Total Number Geographical of H/H area in Sq.65 URBAN 10.85 163. Km.74 200.07 205.44 333.9 Population: Sl. Adult Population Children < 5 yrs Total 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Mahanga Narsinghpur Niali Nischintakoili Salipur Tangi Choudwar Tigiria Total Athgarh (NAC) Banki (NAC) Choudwar (M) Cuttack (MC) Total Grand Total 32635 29592 26383 34976 35718 27196 13671 350429 3064 3176 8437 101153 112766 463195 206.91 3932 162961 138284 132110 169591 174655 141798 68355 1730790 15850 15987 42597 535139 609573 2340363 19356 18284 17233 18541 21458 20935 9278 219014 182317 156568 149343 188132 196113 162733 77633 1949804 20041 20105 102723 888141 1031010 3230387 1 2 4 5 1742 1722 52513 279384 335361 554375 1.22 31.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Sl.36 6.08 121.

14 21.97 68.66 88.61 65.50 85.38 50.77 52.51 51.33 71.27 M TOTAL (%) F 26.49 55.32 37.94 54.55 32.81 22.06 23.81 22.90 24.94 61.12 51.01 27.33 78.16 67.58 48.11 Literacy Rate in Percentage: S.33 42.58 53.78 90 40.05 19.57 65.93 31.73 9.62 M SC (%) F 26.994 Total Workers M 12.54 7.11 10 .906 1.84 28. No Skilled Workers M 6.52 21.58 65.53 64.61 74.13 27.83 41.92 6.62 20.44 21.98 30.81 52.26 78.56.79 71.459 Unskilled Workers M 7.32 33.52 54.73 83.04 40.54 53.37 3.84 7.93 5.33 6.46 54.53 63.46 56.15 47.62 76.10 Type of Works: Sl.61 F 4.3 20.1 28.35 14.72 9.48 42.09 73.25 28.47 49.81 31.I Block 1 2 3 4 5 GEN (%) M 72.4 47.57 42.69 17.29 7.46 65.55 54.58 70.66 75.57 21.8 27.26 F 46.3 85.19 28.33 3.87 23.94 27.84 42.10 51.68 69.17 71.85 50.02 28.59 25.327 F 1.17.51 48.08 57.86 URBAN 59.70 52.57 62.36 86.5 4.96 78.072 F 18.81 37.66 58.74 62.29 24.39 58.85 29.3 68.76 51.33 58.00 24.01 78.40 29.49 59.55 22.62 48.67 70.091 F 59.24 5.58 30.60 Athgarh Banki-I Baramba Barang Cuttack Sadar Kantapara Mahanga Narsinghpur Niali Nischintakoili Salipur Tigiria 6 Dompada 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Tangi-Choudwar 14 1 2 3 4 Athgarh NAC Banki NAC Choudwar (MC) Cuttack (CMC) 80.27 47.18 52.01 29.24.57 55.31 35.54 78.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 1.28 38.19 67.59 46.15 75.88 62.77 53.27 33.46 48.06 30.77 62.6 50.19 6.92 Category ST (%) M 26.48.04 54.453 Type of Workers Semi Skilled Workers M 6.164 F 78.70 57.

84 62.11 % deficit) 2005 21.No.69 186.92 25.07 436.43mm 2008 32.76 332.92 162.07 631.08 2011.76 6.03 mm 2007 Nil 49.30 264.00 2.84 9.15 11.23 614.46 359.38 45.53 110.00 170.73 304.2 (30.3 Nil Nil 1394.00 19.92 78.30 19.38 4.00 210.23 524.53 512.08 mm (141 % excess) 2006 Nil Nil 22.61 Nil 0.76 6. 956723-221344 956723-235624 2870434 956721-273232 2440588 2805442 2354138 2803322 2353635 956723-270222 2352226 2695374 956723-235634 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 11 .69 208.53 Nil 58.61 196.46 35.07 45.23 240.69 284.95 %) 2004 2.1 Climate and Rainfall: Sl.00 329.15 640.30 23.46 7.3 69.2 Rain Recording Stations: SI.69 63. 1 Name of the Rain Recording Stations (Blocks ) Athagarh Banki-Dompara Barang Baramba Cuttack Sadar Kantapara Mahanga Niali Nischintakoili Narsinghpur Salipur Tangi-Choudwar Tigiria Telephone No.94 (excess 17.46 169.53 1.07 26.27 430.37 (2.69 Nil 1042.07 40. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Month Average Rainfall (in mm) 2002 19.76 685.61 35.84 371.69 214.00 January February March April May June July August September October November December TOTAL 2.ll TOPOGRAPHICAL DETAILS 2.1 Nil 1841.38 438.55 Nil 5.15 20.65 126.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CHAPTER .00 25.29 181.76 Nil 1925.07 1779.92 0.07 238.3 181.57 % deficit) Actual Rainfall (in mm) 2003 Nil 19.00 290.

6 24.2 33.4 40.2 33.1 43.5 11.2 14.6 12 .2 22.8 40.7 32.6 30.2 20.6 21.7 30.4 32.5 2005 Max (0 C) Min (0C) 2006 Max (0C) Min (0C) 2007 Max (0C) Min (0C) 2008 Max (0C) Min (0C) 10.5 19.5 18.8 21.3 21.1 38.7 25.6 44.2 19.1 20.1 27.2 28.2 20.8 10.9 37.5 10.1 33.5 20.1 40.6 35.1 30.2 40.1 44.6 24.7 21.2 31.4 21.9 22.6 41.3 28.2 20.1 20.1 40.1 29.1 18.2 29.1 32.4 38.1 13. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Month January February March April May June July August September October November December 26.1 34.0 18.2 30.5 38.3 28.2 30.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 2.5 35.5 21.6 41.6 30.2 23.6 22.4 21.0 23.5 21.5 23.2 21.1 31.1 19.1 22.8 20.2 37.1 21.2 31.5 19.2 19.0 22.6 36.2 13.3 Monthwise Highest and Lowest Temperature recorded in the District: Sl.

Name of the Block 1 3085 3248 4621 10954 10159 2840 513 249 397 325 372 839 471 770 406 1061 278 371 9954 646 1583 676 600 665 1837 132 10059 453 662 465 549 1508 51 172 1674 207 566 165 2156 325 10414 842 316 289 1358 1961 3851 3448 6641 2511 3877 4012 5374 6098 7765 6695 601 60602 848 91 118 3760 22 Athgarh 6888 5270 7808 19966 2825 492 1118 1249 4008 244 1855 55 1239 17371 218 2159 2 Banki-I 3 Banki2456 3960 5659 12075 2921 Dompara 2273 3099 2446 7818 2782 5950 2907 11639 12 0 210 209 6686 1433 1609 0 0 725 6758 6 883 52 1555 1014 20987 1673 604 93 169 625 314 892 501 606 777 703 690 9557 746 7610 2831 11510 829 668 335 246 882 634 484 937 5020 9412 7503 13884 15403 12559 12014 13746 1031 14451 923 5733 12003 148375 4 Baramba 4064 4836 4393 13293 2183 5 Barang 6 Cuttack Sadar 7 Kantapada 2175 3376 2254 7805 8 Mahanga 2189 7080 4825 14094 9 Narsinghpur 5379 9001 5253 19633 6469 Niali 0 11 1507 11900 3033 16440 4937 5200 9926 20063 2784 2942 1250 2392 6584 3955 5173 4872 14000 0 10 11 Nischintakoili 2252 5390 6139 13781 12 Salipur 13 TangiChoudwar 14 Tigiria DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 13 Total 46884 74733 66528188145 28061 .2.): CUTTACK DISTRICT a) Paddy Agricultural Land (ha) High Medium Low Total Forest area Misc tree crops & Grazing Grooves not lands included in net area sown Culturabale Land put Barren Current waste to non-agri land fallows uses Other Net area fallows sown Sl.4 Geographical Area (in Hect. No.

of H/H): Sl.5 Land Holding Pattern: (No. These soils are generally fertile with low status of nitrogen and available phosperic acid at certain places. They usually contain sufficient quantity of potash. 14 . The district has mainly two varities of soil viz.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 (b) Non-Paddy: Sl. alluvial soil in the southeast and northen parts and normal strip of saline soil in the North-East along the river belt.6 Soil/Topography: The soils being variable characteristics.No 1 Name of the District Cuttack Big Farmers 193 Marginal farmers 39922 Small Farmers 12237 Agricultural laborers 25120 Land less 33896 Total 111368 2. the colour ranges from from hight gray and pale yellow to deep gray and the texures from coarse sand to silty day to day.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Name of the Block Athgarh Banki-I Banki-Dompara Baramba Barang Cuttack Sadar Kantapada Mahanga Narsinghpur Niali Nischintakoili Salipur Tangi-Choudwar Tigiria Total Pulses 210 100 170 185 50 27 15 5 980 118 22 155 2007 Agricultural Land (ha) Oilseeds Jute/Mesta & Cotton 315 95 18 109 7 85 200 145 15 4 4 19 370 152 130 12 1 420 11 370 7 72 7 56 722 1887 Total 620 227 262 530 65 31 38 375 1262 130 421 381 101 218 4616 2.

972 3.935 35.317 18.530 4.876 11.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 2.866 35.516 13.088 8.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3 4 Name of the Tahasils Mahanga Salipur Kishorenagar Niali Cuttack Tangi-chaudwar Athagarh Tigiria Banki Baramba Narsinghpur Chaudwar (M) Chaudwar Ind.166 8.234 Cultivator 16.800 4.054 23.846 203.993 152 286 194 759 Ag.640 23.720 15.693 9.854 9.330 2.791 9. Labours 15.306 26.573 3.815 12.132 5.8 Cropping Pattern: Name of the District Type of Crops Cuttack Wheat Maize Ragi Green Gram Black Gram Horse Gram Til Ground nut Mustard Potato Jute Sugarcane Area Cultivated (in Hect.087 1.474 19.716 12.813 8.200 6.563 7.404 11.909 2.349 URBAN 165 185 145 762 2.120 2.887 15.318 1.884 38.739 2.625 20.550 28.931 3.252 23.445 1.668 10.) 11 101 185 10351 9869 3777 117 1792 53 1069 1117 1580 15 .7 Livelihood Details: Sl. Area (OG) Athagarh (NAC) Banki (NAC) In Numbers Workers in H/H Industries 1.086 13.692 178 13 126 102 Other workers 16.312 10.928 29.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CUTTACK DISTRICT 16 .

9 Labour engagement in different sectors: Agricultural Live stock. No.CUTTACK DISTRICT 2. Servicing & Repairs in Construction Trade & Transport storage & Comunications Other Services 1 11775 15323 4824 6976 9093 8153 19207 17155 17916 15184 11669 11840 6482 299 898 360 849 172014 1705 125374 2665 11351 725 601 1017 107 101 97 11 2 4 141 916 10387 3690 624 560 249 13 14374 302 25 884 991 1058 URBAN 49 21 139 2903 18821 185 178 4523 19274 41867 62 31 176 3758 8404 8754 307 11 911 9104 435 8 580 10778 1081 6 2321 505 965 1953 3374 1167 9885 309 14 863 987 1155 6110 406 16 299 573 9147 6828 416 927 11 214 625 576 1439 503 6123 710 21 486 1343 688 1437 157 159 146 155 157 253 290 396 57 7600 824 4 4452 1220 180 6653 846 9 915 1578 125 14011 11893 634 157 748 945 177 2192 1880 2074 2592 2675 1691 1248 2264 1364 1672 1936 2439 2435 899 798 504 1360 33301 63324 637 263 313 1205 765 283 344 421 331 275 625 977 754 107 182 159 240 12757 20638 3289 2110 2601 2985 5904 1816 2436 4394 2893 3850 4633 5094 3303 1279 1207 886 2344 41956 92980 2 3 4 Athagarh Banki-I Baramba Barang 5 6 Dompada Cuttack Sadar 7 8 9 10 Kantapara Mahanga Narsinghpur Niali 11 Nischintakoili 12 Salipur 13 14 Tangi-Choudwar Tigiria 1 Athgarh N AC 2 Banki NAC 3 Choudwar (MC) 4 Cuttack (CMC) DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 17 . Forestry. Mining & labour Fishing. Name of the Block Agriculture Manufacturing. Processing. Huntinmg & Quarrying Plantation Orchards & allied activities Commerce Household industry Other than nonhousehod industry SI.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 2. of defunct Tube Well 1 2 3 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Cuttack Sadar Baranga Kantapada Niali Banki-I Banki-II Tangi-Choudwar Athagarh Tigiria Baramba Narsinghpur Salipur Mahanga Nischintakoili Tot a l: - 1464 682 707 1267 929 757 1195 1041 461 1010 1300 2150 2235 3283 18481 1322 658 651 1132+38 878 694 1062 973 436 933 1242 1429+693 1884+316 1586+1676 14880+2723 142 24 56 97 51 63 133 68 25 77 58 28 35 21 878 2. 5.00 ft. 22. 20. No Name of the Block Total no of Tube wells installed No.50 ft.05 ft 61. 21.10 Drinking Water Sources: TUBE WELL POSITION OF CUTTACK DISTRICT AS ON MAY.060 18 .48 mt.85 mt. 21.35mt 40.50 ft. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Name of the river/creek Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Kathjodi Kathjodi Chitrotpara Taladanda Canal Mahanadi Kuakhai left Sapua Name of the Place Naraj Barrage IB Jobra Banki (PWD IB) Bellevue Sagadailo Kendupatna Jobra Baideswar.78 mt. 10.94 mt. Banki Pratapnagari Athgarh Bridge Danger Level 87. 26.40mt 21. of running Tube well existing 4 Total No.41mt.(D/S) 7.2008 Sl.(U/S).11 River & Creeks Sl.

) 20.12 List of Embankments: Identification of Weak Embankments for the year – 2008 Name of the Division 1 Name of the weak river embankment 2 Mahanadi left Mahanadi left Mahanadi left Birupa Right Embankment Mahanadi left Gobari left Birupa left Embnkment Mahanadi Left Luna Right Sirua LeftEmbankment Kathojori Left Mahanadi Right Khurda Irrigation Division Kendrapara Irrigation Division Mahanadi Right Luna left Mahanadi Right Embkt Kathajodi Right Mahanadi Left Afflux Mahanadi Right Afflox Kuakhai Right Embkt. 2.41 21.No 1 2 3 Name of the River Mahanadi Mahanadi Kathjodi Gauge Station Naraj Jobra Bellevue Zero Level (in Mts.5 19. KSD Right Embkt Kandala Left Devi Right Embkt Old Devi Right Embkt Kuakhai Left Embkt KSD Right Name of the Block/ULB 3 Narsinghpur Baramba Tangichaudwar Salipur Tangi Chaudwar Mahanga Mahanga Salipur Nischitakoili Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Sadar Nischintakoili Banki / Banki Dompara Nischintakoili Baranga Baranga Athagarh Banki Sadar Baranga Kantapada Kantapada Kantapada Kantapada Sadar Sadar Mahanadi North Division Mahanadi South Division Prachi Irregation Divn.49 23.58 19 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 2.) 26.47 Danger Level (in Mts.13 River Carrying Capacity: Sl.5 16.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 2.250 10.953 6.951 4141 1436 4534 3387 4731 4408 6171 8491 2994 - Area in Hect.) Police Station/ Outpost Cyclone Shelters Livestock centers Sl.400 6.15 Infrastructure (Nos. Minor Kharif Rabi 3462 827 3977 1346 3542 1574 353 45 350 164 240 260 30 LI Kharif 968 240 556 622 1384 996 730 1065 340 1240 1008 708 420 100 Rabi 1148 162 1014 401 1194 741 678 952 642 1132 930 498 232 200 2.426 12.012 9. No Name of the Block Post Offices PDS Outlets Educational Institutions Dispensary Industries 2 1 5 6 - UP ME HI GH College 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 3 4 Ath garh Banki-I Banki-Do mpara Barang Baramba Cutta ck Sadar Kan tapara Mahanga Niali Nischin takoili Narsinghpur Salipur T-Choudwar Tigiria Ath agarh NAC Banki N AC Choudwar MC Cutta ck (CMC) 91 83 77 46 103 86 66 89 105 104 115 89 70 47 22 18 1 497 24 12 16 12 21 31 12 23 22 28 26 7 21 14 3 4 7 50 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 URBAN - 16 7 15 22 28 30 78 15 40 58 18 13 24 14 123 78 69 81 102 111 78 163 128 145 121 150 141 52 7 10 21 118 46 30 21 23 33 41 25 76 37 58 45 52 43 17 3 2 15 64 27 18 16 20 31 24 19 47 29 36 33 31 24 14 64 2 8 64 3 3 1 3 3 2 3 5 5 4 3 4 5 4 2 2 2 17 20 7 5 5 8 19 2 15 5 9 8 18 5 5 5 2 20 Godown 3 13 12 12 11 19 7 6 4 11 17 23 11 3 CHC PHC .14 Availability of Irrigation Facility: Sl.074 7.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Name of the Block wise Athagarh Banki-I Baramba Barang Cutta ck Sadar Kantapara Banki-Dompara Mahanga Narsinghpur Niali Nischin takoili Salipur Tangi-Choudwar Tigiria Major Kharif Rabi 4.

Cuttack Indian charge chrome Ltd Shivani Vana spa ti Ltd Mahaveer Vanaspa ti Pv t Ltd Suvoche m Industries Pvt Ltd Indian Oil Corporation Hindustan Petroleu m Corporation Bharat Pe troleu m Corporation PEPSI Maheswari Stee l Private Charge chrome Vanaspati Vanaspati Phenyl Charge chrome 3 4 5 6 7 Private Private Private PSU PSU Vanaspati Ghee Vanaspati Ghee Dichlorophenol Leakage of Working mo lten meta l & fire Fire & Explosion Not working Fire & Explosion Leakage of Chlorine Working Working Working Working Petroleum Petroleu m products Fire & Explosion products Petroleum Petroleu m products Fire & Explosion products Petroleum Petroleu m products Fire & Explosion products Soft Drinks Ste el Industry Soft Drinks Iron Fire Leakage of mo lten meta l & fire Leakage of mo lten meta l & fire Fire & Explosion 8 9 PSU Private Private Working Working Working Jagatpur. Cuttack Sikharpur. Cuttack Cuttack Sadar Jagatpur. Mania RSB Transmissio n India limited (Au to Compone nts) WELSPUN Private Cement Cemen t Private Auto Auto Likage o f hazardous gas and Fire Explosion Fire Explosion Under Progress Under Progress Private Steel and power Steel and power Fire explosion 21 . Sadar Sikharpur. Athgarh 11 Anantapur Athgarh 12 Kanderei Athagarh 13 Naraj Marthapur Baranga RAWMET Private Ste el Industry Sponge Iron Working KVK Neelachal Power Plant TATA Power Private Power Thermal Power Under Progress Under Progress Working Private Power Thermal Power Fire & Explosion 14 TangiChowdar OCL Cement (Biswali) 15 Tangi Choudwar. Government/ Private Private Type of industry Ste el Industry Production Hazardous / chemical accidents Leakage of mo lten meta l & fire Remarks 1 Athagarh Iron Working 2 Choudwar Municipality Kapursingh. No.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 2.16 Industries: SI. Cuttack Sikharpur. Mania 16 Tangi Choudwar. Cuttack 10 Khuntuni. Name of the Block Name of the Industries Arati Steels Ltd.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 2. PMGSY roads. Panchayat Samiti Roads.18 Communication Facilities: Sl. 2621013 233082 2622659 2610559 2622691 2621832 2621453 2640360 2619597 2622185 2617124 2301558 2611425 2610053 2619018 2612038 2424079 2619835 2612038 2621343 2621345 2335601/ 06 2. Baranga & Nirgundi are functioning in the district. Nay asarak Dena Bank. No. Railways: The major Railway Junction at Cuttack.17 Financial Institutions (Telephone Directory): S. M Patna Allahabad Bank Choudhury Bazar Andhra Bank M algodown Andhra Bank Bux i Bazar Cuttack Bank of Baroda Buxi Bazar Cuttack Bank of Baroda Mani Sahu Cuttack Bank of India Gopal pur Bank of India Nay asarak Bank of India Rani hat Canara Bank Main Branch Canara Bank Chandi ni Chowk Branch Central Bank of Indi a Central Bank of Indi a. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 15 Name of the Place District Con trol Room Ath garh (Subcollector) Banki-I (Sub-co llector) Banki-Do mpara Block Barang Block Baramba Blo ck Cuttack Sadar Block Kan tapada Block Mahanga Block Niali (1-HQ & 3 GPs) Kishan nagar Tahsil Narsinghpur Tahasil Narsinghpur Block Salipur Block Tangi-Choudwar Block Tigiria Block OSDMA VHF Y/N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Police VHF Y/N Y N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N HAM Radio N N N N N N N Under consideration Mobile Service Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N N N N N N N N Road network: National Highway No 5 & 42. All the blocks in the district are well connected with Internet facility.I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Name & Address of the Financial I nstitutions Allahabad Bank cantonm ent road Allahabad Bank Indus trial Estate Branch. Nay asarak Indian ov erseas Bank. Nay achouk Corporati on Bank Chaudhary Bazar Federal Bank Bajrak abati Road Cuttack Gramy a Bank Dena Bank. 22 . State highways. HAM Radio: The task force members in the Community specifically in Kantapada blocks are trained on HAM radio. GP roads & Village Roads Waterways: Ther is no waterway connecting to sea directly in the district. Internet facility: The Internet facility is available in the control room through the NIC. Cantonment Road ICICI Bank AXIS Bank Telephone No.

collated from district. contractors and construction 23 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CHAPTER . The inventory also has informative details of NGOs and private sector including around 5000 corporate members registered with Confederation of Indian Industry and 33000 builders.Cyclone/flood shelters with capacity: List of Boat owners List of NGOs 3. This also includes the datas of India Disaster Resource Network (IDRN). The India Disaster Resource Network is an online inventory designed as a decision making tool for the Government administrators and crisis managers to coordinate effective emergency response operations in the shortest possible time. IDRN data base of the District Food assistance Contingency Plan of Cuttack District Storage Godown & Public Distribution System PHC/ PHC New Police Stations Identification of School -cum. state and national level Government line departments and agencies.1 IDRN Inventory IDRN is a nation-wide electronic inventory of resources that enlists equipments and human resources. The major component of the chapter-III is listed below. which can be mobilized for managing disasters in the district.lII RESOURCE INVENTORY The chapter III describes about various resources available in the district.

32 983. /Head for children) Gur/Head for total population) Rice (@ 1kg.29 104.62 65.11 1300.61 93. /Head for adults) Gur (@ 50gms.05 1377.23 117184 1344.75 162.44 1949458 8063.4 7562.16 1426.12 86875 1082.83 92.80 869.67 46.84 91.62 1893.87 104394 869.33 1788.59 148595 1689.07 983.27 151244 1300.61 1382.62 76.22.3.95 1431.36 4.55 9988.27 1377.78 91.75 6172.96 4.39 1079.61 115.64 138.35 9115. Name of the Block / ULBs Adult population as per 2001 Census Child population as per 2001 Census Chuda (@ 1kgs.39 729.80 60.67 1893.65 97473 Bleaching Powder in KG (50 Gms /Head) 24 16 Medicines per Week DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 .42 104.66 178.51 1839.63 130. /Head for children) Rice for total population) ORS in Packet/ Head Halogen Tabs. / Head for children) In Qtls Chuda for total population) Gur (@ 100gms.26 1426.50 1082.21 76.55 46.7 4826.42 683.11 60.21 161278 1040.33 107.78 1726.05 107. /Head for adults) Rice (@ 500gms.21 923.07 47.84 10.45 96527 1629.38 6.44 109.85 79.56 110.16 77.64 90. / Head for adults) in Qtls Chuda (@ 500gms.93 10.23 1438.29 1796.01 98.09 729.44 90.62 134.47 153231 797.59 1796.39 182317 1382.46 9.62 833.05 9.64 1629.39 1474.21 1106.54 1689.9 5859.31 108.62 190391 1788.62 1344.39 86.83 1730.85 7828.22 7.57 15.84 1438.22.75 3.55 4343.45 1726.12 1158.42 1474.32 123444 923.84 1340.87 917.06 6.56 83.38 143.96 9.83 143.61 1106.31 68.22 104.78 91.11 1158.61 96.75 9519.11 86.27 139.64 72.94 18393.50 35.16 9.42 86.64 1040.2 Food Assistance Contingency Plan of Cuttack District: 3 Amount of food Materials Requirement (in KG) per Day 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 CUTTACK DISTRICT 1 2 Sl. ( 7 tabs /Head) 1128946 820288 1072617 608125 864108 730758 675689 1276219 1095976 1058708 1040165 1332737 1398439 543431 13646206 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Athagarh Banki-I Baramba Barang Cuttack Sadar Banki Dompada Kantapara Mahanga Narsinghpur Niali Nischintakoili Salipur Tangi-Choudwar Tigiria Total 143164 104062 134463 79750 108221 92380 86964 162961 138284 134011 130054 168933 178842 68355 1730444 18114 13122 18768 7125 15223 12014 9563 19356 18284 17233 18541 21458 20935 9278 219014 1431.81 917.26 156568 1340.47 189.2 7661.06 152.01 8.39 15.39 18393.43 134.32 168.09 199777 683.63 93.57 65.85 3881.99 1730.54 77.47 833.64 47.14 147.84 35.55 17304.2 5219.62 142.81 96.28 9.68 172.63 797. No.73 179.94 77633 1079.2 7429.

50 8.14 26.61 168.39 262.95 6095.84 6397.93 46990 5351.97 21.96 447.97 21.56 5613.50 8. /Head for children) Rice for total population) ORS in Packet/ Head Halogen Tabs.40 2479.96 447.21 159.71 167.87 15.20 535. ( 7 tabs /Head) 158. Name of the Block / ULBs Adult population as per 2001 Census Child population as per 2001 Census Chuda (@ 1kgs. /Head for children) Gur/Head for total population) Rice (@ 1kg.6 885.6 2619401 123144 123963 328930 4113564 18335807 1 2 3 4 Athgarh NAC 15850 1742 Banki NAC 15987 1722 Choudwar (MC) 42597 4393 Cuttack (CMC) 535139 52513 TOTAL 2340017 279384 158.5 29382.99 0.73 301.71 879.56 5613.95 587652 6095. / Head for adults) in Qtls Chuda (@ 500gms.692 16.39 262.87 8.72 16.6 15.93 5351. / Head for children) In Qtls Chuda for total population) Gur (@ 100gms.6 130970 Bleaching Powder in KG (50 Gms /Head) DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 25 .61 168. /Head for adults) Gur (@ 50gms.71 167.73 301. No. /Head for adults) Rice (@ 500gms.45 2349.48 425.85 44.017 139.26 2340.79 561.87 8.60 2.85 0.21 17592 159.84 6397.86 42.URBAN 3 Amount of food Materials Requirement (in KG) per Day 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Medicines per Week CUTTACK DISTRICT 1 2 Sl.48 17709 425.

of PDS Retail Outlets 91 61 73 49 71 98 63 81 54 101 115 94 69 46 Storage Godowns 3 13 12 12 11 19 7 6 4 11 17 23 11 3 URBAN 1 2 3 4 Athgarh NAC Banki NAC Choudwar MC Cuttack (CMC) 17 18 1 497 26 .4 Storage Godown & Public Distribution System: Sl No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Name of the Block Athgarh Banki-I Banki-Dompara Barang Baramba Cuttack Sadar Kantapara Mahanga Niali Nischintakoili Narsinghpur Salipur Tangi-Choudwar Tigiria No.3 & 3.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 3.

Dampada Narsinghapur Niali Nisch intakoili Tigiria Ath agarh NAC Ath agarh NAC Ath agarh NAC Ath agarh NAC Ath agarh NAC Banki NAC Banki NAC Banki NAC Barambha Barambha Barambha Barambha Barambha Cutta ck Mty Cutta ck Mty 65 32 22 0 60 14 6 2 2 8 10 8 8 8 8 8 8 4 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45+20 32 14 0 60 4 12 2 2 8 16 8 8 8 8 8 2 8 8 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 130 64 36 0 120 18 18 4 4 16 26 16 16 16 16 16 10 12 16 10 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 . Leprosy Hospital Barambha Kalapather Jagnnathpur Nadisahaspur Jorum Narasinghpur Raisunguda Bhagatpur Tigiria Manibandh Adaspur Mahanga Salepur Tangi Berhampura Subarnapur Mahidharpada Ben takar Dampada Kanpur Niali Nischin takoili Bindhia nia Gurudi Jha tia Jagipada Jenapada Jorunda Khun tuni Baldeswar Baraput Brahmapura Gopinathp ur Khaira meda Baranga Korakara Munduli Arada Kandarpur DDH SDH SDH PDH LH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH AH CHC CHCU CHCU CHC CHCU PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN Cuttack city Ath agarh NAC Banki NAC Cutta ck Mty Cutta ck Mty Barambha Mahanga Mahanga Mahanga Narsinghapur Narsinghapur Salepur Tangi Chaudwwar Tigiria Barambha Kantapada Mahanga Salepur Tangi Chaudwwar Ath agarh NAC Banki NAC Baranga Cuttack Mty.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 3.5 PHC/ PHC(N): LIST OF HEALT H INSTITUTIONS Sl no. Institute code Institution Name T ype City/ Block Male Bed s Female Beds T otal Beds 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 5001 5002 5003 5004 5005 5006 5007 5008 5009 5010 5011 5012 5013 5014 5015 5016 5017 5018 5019 5020 5021 5022 5023 5024 5025 5026 5027 5028 5029 5030 5031 5032 5033 5034 5035 5036 5037 5038 5039 5040 5041 5042 5043 City Hospital Athagarh Banki NAC Sisu Bhawan C tc.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Sl no. Institute code Institution Name T ype City/ Block Male Bed s Female Beds T otal Beds 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 Salo Barbil Telengapeeth Subhadrapur Nayabazar Talabasta Tulasipur Govindapur Basudevpur Bhadraswar Erakana Nurtang Samsarpur Daebabhuin Ekdal Sagar Bodaraon Kasarada Krushnaprashad Pahang Asureswar Nogeswar Oriti Sanna tanpur Gopinathp ur Kundipad ia Pada mpur Rameswar Tentol Bha timunda Mangarajpur Sofa Kayalpada San titola Anchalikota Bhirunda Budanuapata Nuapatna ZD Tulsipur ZD Dewan Bazar High Court Ho spital Barabati Stadiu m 5084 MAC 32001 SCB Medical College 5044 5045 5046 5047 5048 5049 5050 5051 5052 5053 5054 5055 5056 5057 5058 5059 5060 5061 5062 5063 5064 5065 5066 5067 5068 5069 5070 5071 5072 5073 5074 5075 5076 5077 5078 5079 5080 5081 5082 5083 PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN PHCN MCH Cutta ck Mty Cutta ck Mty Cutta ck Mty Cutta ck Mty Dampada Dampada Kantapada Mahanga Mahanga Mahanga Mahanga Mahanga Narsinghapur Narsinghapur Narsinghapur Niali Niali Niali Niali Nisch intakoili Nisch intakoili Nisch intakoili Nisch intakoili Salepur Salepur Salepur Salepur Salepur Tangi Chaudwwar Tangi Chaudwwar Tangi Chaudwwar Tangi Chaudwwar Tangi Chaudwwar Tigiria Tigiria Tigiria Tigiria 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cutta ck Mty 10208 28 .

2300252 2301427 2442772 2617391 2607951 2341350 2304735 2348300 2622901 2619416 2365464 956723220228 95675527842 956723240232 9567232672436 956721273228 2686446 2675315 2675315 956723233328 9567212870436 956724254313 2682767 9567212682767 2754130 2803386 956721244224 2352224 956723235636 29 . Markat nagar Athgarh Baideswar Banki Barang Baramba Cuttack Sadar Tangi. OP Govindpur Jagatpur Kanpur Kantapada Mahanga Niali Nischintakoili Narsinghpur Salipur Tigiria No. Mangalabag IIC. cantonment IIC. Purighat IIC. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Police Station Name of the Block / ULB IIC. No. Mahila PS IIC. Chauliaganj IIC. No. of Police Station 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 Tel. Daragha Bazar IIC.6 Police Stations: Sl. Bidanasi IIC. Madhupatna IIC. Malgodown IIC. Lalbag IIC.Choudwar Tangi Gurudijhatia Ghodasahi.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 3.

Cyclone/Flood Shelters with capacity: Block G. District 30 Mahanga Mahanga Mahanga Niali Niali Athagarh Banki Baramba Cuttack Mpl Corp Cuttack Mpl Corp Cuttack Mpl Corp Kantapada Kantapada Mahanga Niali Niali Niali Teldi a Teldia Sithalo Sagdailo Baharana Baharana Sasanpada Sithalo Somepur Mauda Bhera Utarana Kusumpur Jharpada Jharapada Cuttack Mpl Corp Tulasipur Cuttack Mpl Corp Manisahu Chhak Hadibandhu U Bidyapitha Orissa Police High School Sailo Jharpada HS Janata Bidy apitha Cuttack Mpl Corp Nuabazar Nuabazar High School Gopapur Gopapur Barudev High School Puincha Pandalam Pandalom High School HUDCO HUDCO HUDCO HUDCO HUDCO HUDCO HUDCO HUDCO HUDCO HUDCO Sithalo High School Teldia High School HUDCO HUDCO Kumarpur Kumarpur Kumarpur High School HUDCO Niali Niali Madhab Madhab Madhab High School Pallisahi Sukleswar Bhagabati High School Chakapada Jahal Jahal High School Gov t.3.P. No. of Maharashtra Gov t. of Maharashtra Gov t. of Maharashtra Lalitgiri Lali tgiri Lali tgiri High School BH Foundation BH Foundation Nilamani Girl's High School Gov t. Village Name of High. of Maharashtra Govt.7 Identification of School -cum. of Maharashtra Govt. of Maharashtra Govt. of Maharashtra Govt. of Maharashtra MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® MPLAD® Chaudhury Radhanath Bidy apitha Bagal Baharana High School Nilamadhab Jew Bidy apitha Name of the Executing Agency DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS Type of building (single or double storied/ open or pile foundation) 1 Cuttack 2 Cuttack 3 Cuttack 4 Cuttack 5 Cuttack 6 Cuttack 7 Cuttack 8 Cuttack 9 Cuttack 10 Cuttack 11 Cuttack 12 Cuttack 13 Cuttack 14 Cuttack 15 Cuttack 16 Cuttack 17 Cuttack DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 18 Cuttack . Schools Funding Agency CUTTACK DISTRICT Sl.

O.K. CMRF DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS 20 Cuttack 21 Cuttack 22 Cuttack 23 Cuttack 24 Cuttack 25 Cuttack 26 Cuttack 27 Cuttack 28 Cuttack 29 Cuttack 30 Cuttack 31 Cuttack 32 Cuttack 33 Cuttack 34 Cuttack 35 Cuttack DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 31 36 Cuttack .O.CUTTACK DISTRICT Sl.B. No. High School Salagaon Kandhahata S.S.S.P. CMRF CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I CM RF-I Daudpur Bodhanga Sakuntal a Vidya Niketan L.G.Vidy apitha L. Bidy apitha Jaganath Bidy apitha OBCC OBCC OBCC OBCC OBCC Banki Bankidampara Baramba Barang Cuttack Sadar Kantapada Mahanga Narsinghpur Niali Nischintak oili Salipur Tangi Choudwar Tigiria Badanuaput Salagaon Rameswar Asureswar Asureswar Rameswar Niali Niali Balijhari Balijhari Osang Bharaipur Brahmansailo Brahmansailo Kacharamal Phulnakhara Lakheswar High School Brahmansailo High School R.S.O.Pingaleswar Bidy api tha L. Bidya Mandir Brahmapura Brahmapura Brahmapura High School Gurudijhatia Gurudijhatia Gurudijhatia Girl's High School Kalanpur Kulia K. Schools Name of the Executing Agency Funding Agency T ype of building (single or double storied/ open or pile foundation) 19 Niali Nischintkoili Nischintkoili Athagarh OBCC OBCC OBCC OBCC OBCC OBCC OBCC OBCC OBCC Niali High School Asureswar High School L.S. CMRF Pokharigaon Raniamuhan S.S. High School Dampada Dampada P.M. High School Sainso Gababas ta Gababas ta High School Gopinathpur Gopinathpur K.S. Village Name of High. CMRF Cuttack Niali Baharana Barimundei Mahaveer High School L.Bidy apitha M.O.S. District Block G.

District Block G.CUTTACK DISTRICT Sl.T Bidyapitha OCC CMRF-II CMRF-II CMRF-II CMRF-II CMRF-II CMRF-II CMRF-II CMRF-II CMRF-II CMRF-II CMRF-II MPLAD(L) MPLAD(L) MPLAD(L) MPLAD(L) Talabas ta Talabas ta Talabas ta High School OCC CMRF-II Bandalo Utarkul at Uttark ulat Bidy api tha OCC CMRF-II Megha Patenigaon Sarpeswar Bidy api tha OCC CMRF-II Type of building (single or double storied/ open or pile foundation) 37 Cuttack DS DS DS DS SS DS SS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS 38 Cuttack 39 Cuttack 40 Cuttack 41 Cuttack 42 Cuttack 43 Cuttack 44 Cuttack 45 Cuttack 46 Cuttack 47 Cuttack 48 Cuttack 49 Cuttack 50 Cuttack 51 Cuttack 52 Cuttack 53 Cuttack DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 54 Cuttack .S.B. Up grade High School OCC OCC OCC OCC OCC OCC OCC OCC OCC OCC OCC Postal Rahamba Panchayat Raj High School OCC Kalapada Deuli Balunkeswar Bidyapitha OCC Madhupur Mundamuhan Mundamuhan High School OCC Bangarasi ng Bangarasing D.Bidyapitha Ekadal Ekadal Bauti Bidyapitha Bhanurla Nahanga Govt.B.N.High School Gopabandhu Vidy a Mandir Haladia High School A.P.N.Nagar Haladia Godibandh Puruna Tigiria Puruna Tigiria Gov indapur Gov indapur Odasing Odasing Narendrapur Godijang Pahanga Pahanga Pahanga High School Kalinga Model High School Odasing High School Sidhagiri Bidy api tha Maheswar Bidy apitha B. Village Name of High. No. Schools Name of the Executing Agency Funding Agency 32 Athagarh Banki Banki-Dampada Baramba Baranga Cuttack Sadar Kantapada Mahanga Narsinghpur Niali Nischintakoili Salipur Tangi-Choudwar Tigiria Baramba Kantapada Mahanga Narsinghpur Godibandh Haladia Gov indpur Sankhamari Sankhamari L.

R. Gurudijhatia Kakhadi High School. Naraja Ayatpur High School.Dept. No. Athagaon Kulasarichua High School.Dept.D. Schools Name of the Executing Agency Funding Agency Type of building (single or double storied/ open or pile foundation) 55 Niali Athagarh Athagarh Athagarh Badamba Badamba Badamba Banki1 Banki2 Banki2 Baranga Baranga Baranga Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Sadar Kulasarichuan Kandarpur Dadhibamanpur Ay atpur Ay atpur Sitalnagar Athanga Kulasarichuan N.Dept. Kakhadi Khuntak ata High School. R.D. NFCR/CRF Daipur Bentapada R.P.D. Balika Bidy apitha.D.Dept. NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF Gurudijhatia Gurudijhatia R.S.D.Sitalanagar C.D.D.D.D.Dept.D.Dept. Kakhadi Kakhadi R.Vidyapitha OCC MPLAD(L) Cuttack Narsinghpur Kamaladihi Kamaladi hi Chintamani Vidy apitha OCC MPLAD(L) DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS 56 Cuttack 57 Cuttack 58 Cuttack 59 Cuttack 60 Cuttack 61 Cuttack Bentapada High School. Athagarh Gurudijhatia High School.D.Marthapur Naraj N.D. R. R. Village Name of High.Dept.Dept.D.Dept. R.D.N.Dept. Bisipada 66 Cuttack 67 Cuttack 68 Cuttack 69 Cuttack 70 Cuttack 71 Cuttack DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 33 72 Cuttack Mundali High School. R.Marthapur Mundali Karakamra Bisipada Kalapathar Kalapathar Bhagipur Goy albanka Baides pur Baides pur Baideswar High School Manibandha Manibandha Manibandha High School R.Dept.Pathar S. R.CUTTACK DISTRICT Sl. Ayatpur Parbati Bidy apitha.D.Dept. R. Mundali Sidheswar Bidyapitha.Dept. Khuntak ata Manibandha Girls High School 62 Cuttack 63 Cuttack 64 Cuttack 65 Cuttack Gayalbank a High School.Dept.Dept. Khuntak ata Khuntakata R. Gay albank a K.Bidy apitha. R.S.Pathar Dhal apathar High School. District Block G.D. K.Kul asarichua . NFCR/CRF Kasarda Kasarda L. R. Manibandha Manibandha R.Dept.

Bidyapitha. Kaudak ol Nurtang High School.D.B.N.Dept.Dept.D.Dept.D.High School.S.D.D.D. NFCR/CRF Kulasarichuan Kulasarichuan M.D. Gunadol R.Dept. R.Adaspur R. Lundura A.Dept. NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF Adaspur Adaspur Prachi Academy .D.Dept.D. Nurtanga Chitrotpala High School.Koili N.Dept.High School.D.S.High School. Cuttack R.D. Gov indapur Sailo Gov indapur R.Dept. R.Dept. Nischintak oili A. Erakana Nrutanga Nrutanga Basudevpur Kuadakul R.Koili N.S.Dept.Dept. R.Dept.High School. Kantapada Kantapada R. NFCR/CRF Sailo Govindapur High School B. Mahangapada 73 Cuttack DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS 74 Cuttack 75 Cuttack 76 Cuttack 77 Cuttack 78 Cuttack 79 Cuttack 80 Cuttack 81 Cuttack 82 Cuttack 83 Cuttack 84 Cuttack 85 Cuttack 86 Cuttack 87 Cuttack 88 Cuttack 89 Cuttack DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 90 Cuttack .N.M.Dept.High School.Dept.Koili Niali Niali Bilasuni Analo Phagal Onali Khanday at Bodhanga Mahangapada Bilasuni Nuapatna Nuapatna N.Dept.G.Dept.High School.D. R.CUTTACK DISTRICT 34 Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Sadar Kantapada Kantapada Kantapada Kantapada Mahanga Mahanga Mahanga Mahanga N.Dept. R. Baral R.D.Koili N. R.High School.Koili N. Janardanpur Balarampur Bidy apitha. R.D.D. Basudevpur Koliatha R. Bilasuni R. Nahalpur Gunadol K.D.C.D. S. Nuapatna Khanday at Patikira High School Girls High School. NFCR/CRF Urali Urali Urali High School.P. R. Bodagan S.Koili N. Kantapada Basanti Jay adurga Girls High School Koliatha Kameswar Bidyapitha.Koili Janardhanpur Lendura Janardhanpur Nagespur Nrutanga Arkana R.Dept.D.Koili N. R.

Chhanipur Mahasingpur High School.D. NFCR/CRF Erachana Kulashri R. R. R. Bemtakar Gadadharpur Gadadharpur Bindhanima Bindhanima Harianta Sadhola Bentapur Daligoda Agrahat Agrahat Sauri Mahesingapur Chhanipur Chhani pur Chandradeipur Salipur R. Salipur Salipur High School.Sardola Bindhani ma High School.D. R. District Block G.Dept.D.B.High School. Doligada 102 Cuttack 103 Cuttack 104 Cuttack 105 Cuttack Nigamananda Bidy apitha. NFCR/CRF DS 92 Cuttack 93 Cuttack 94 Cuttack D.P.Dept.D. Cuttack Mpl Corp.C.D.Dept. Behugram Behugram R.Dept.Bidyapitha.CUTTACK DISTRICT Sl.Dept.D.D. Bemtak ar Cuttack Mpl Corp Raisunguda Sunguda Kazibaz ar Cuttack Mpl Corp.J. Village Name of High.Dept.D. ER High School Tata Relief committee Chandradeipur Salipur R. R. NFCR/CRF Sadanga Karanga R. R. Eranc ha R.Dept. Usuma Sankhatras Sankhatras High School R.Dept.D.D. Koranga Jagannath Bidy api tha.N.Dept. Mahasinghpur Agrahat High School.D.Gadadharpur 106 Cuttack 107 Cuttack DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 35 108 Cuttack 109 Cuttack 110 Cuttack .High School. Bahugram Salipur Girls High School. No.Dept. Salipur Chhani pur High School.Dept.D. Akabarana 95 Cuttack 96 Cuttack 97 Cuttack 98 Cuttack 99 Cuttack 100 Cuttack 101 Cuttack Viv ekananda Bidyapitha.D. R.Dept.Dept.D. Schools Name of the Executing Agency Funding Agency Type of building (single or double storied/ open or pile foundation) 91 Niali Niali Niali Sadar Salipur Salipur Salipur Salipur Salipur Tangi Choudwar Tangi Choudwar Tangi Choudwar Tigiri a Tigiri a Salipur Cuttack Mpl Corp Cuttack Mpl Corp Cuttack Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Mpl Corp Cuttack Mpl Corp.Dept. R. Bindhanima' Gadadharpur High School.Dept. Agrahat K. Kulashree Sidhamangal a Bidy aniketan.D. NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF NFCR/CRF M PLAD(L) Bhaktamadhu Bidy apitha Tata Relief Committee TRC/Godrej Groups Tulsipur High School Rev enshaw Girl's High School Bemtak ar High School Tata Relief Committee TRC/Godrej Groups Times Res ponse Times Res ponse Times Respons e Times Respons e Sithal Ekamuram R. NFCR/CRF DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS Cuttack Niali Erachana Erachana L.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 3.8 List Of Boat Owners: Type of boat. Jayadulan Fishery Cooperative Society Sri Arjun Su tar Sri Ramesh Ch. Country/ Power boat Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Size and Capacity (in persons) 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 20 20 20 20 20 20 100 30 10 50 15 15 15 10 10 10 10 15 Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 BLOCK /TAHASIL Name o f the Boa t owner Sri Daka Bihari Sri Akshya Bihari Sri Bata Bihari Sri Dhandu Behera Sri Prabhakar Mahali Sri Gunanidhi Bihari Sri Benudhar Behera Name of the river system Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Kathajori Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Loca tion of the boat Aitalan ga Taikana Taikana Rautarapur Dihasarichuan Aitalan ga Aitalan ga Aitalan ga Aitalan ga Ayatpur Danduasipad a Danduasipad a Danduasipad a Ayatpur Aitalan ga Kulasrchuan kandarapur Mancheswar Mancheswar Mancheswar Mancheswar Mancheswar Mancheswar Mancheswar Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Balarampur Balarampur Balarampur Katiakia sahi Nos 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Sadar 8 Sri Hari Bihari Sri Pabani Behera Sri Babaji Behera Sri Chaitanya Behera Sri Netrananda Behera Sri Ramakanta Behera Sri Sara t Sahoo Sri Purusata m Bihari Sri Sulara Ma jhi Sri Niranjan Kha tua Sri Navin Sutar Sri Chagala Da lei Sri Budhiman ta Sutar Sri Narayan Sutar Sri Parmananda Behera Secy. Jayadulan Fishery Cooperative Society Secy. Da lei Sri Prabhakar Majhi Sri Nityananda Kha tua Sri Kartika Dalei Sri Bansidhar Su tar Sri Alekh Kha tua Sri Para mananda Khatua Sri Prahalad Khatua Sri Pranabandhu Khatua 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 Athagarh 24 .

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Sl no BLOCK /TAHASIL Name o f the Boa t owner Type of boat. Country/ Power boat Size and Capacity (in persons) Name o f the river system Loca tion of the boat Nos 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 Sri Udayanath Behera Sri Gauranga Dehuri Sri Nilama ni Sahoo Sri Brundaban Dalei Sri Basanta Dehuri Sri Sana tan Behera Sri Khetrabasi Behera Sri Lingaraj Mahalik Sri Satyabadi Dehuri Sri Drudhayan Dalai Sri Chatrubhuja Dehuri Sri Mayadhar Kha tua Sri Budhiman Dehuri Sri Niladri Ro ut Sri Kumara Dale i Sri Nakula Behera Sri Balabh adra Behera Sri Uttam Kha tua Sri Gokula Kha tua Sri Rabi Khatua Sri Surasen Kha tua Sri Pankaja Ma jhi Sri Bikram Dalei Sri Baikun tha Da s Sri Panchanan Behera Sri Lingaraj Behera Sri Keshab Dalei Sri Makar Dale i Sri Prahalad Rout Sri Rusia Behera Sri Bhara t Behera Sri Mana Behera Sri Narayan Behera Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country 15 60 50 50 50 50 50 35 50 50 50 40 50 10 25 60 8 60 60 30 60 50 50 15 20 10 60 60 30 15 10 10 10 Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Ghoradia Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Kathakhun ta Khatakhun ta Baliput Baliput Kalamadihi Baliput Baliput Baliput Balijhari Balijhari Ghoradia Ranibhuin Ranibhuin Ekdal Ekdal Ekdal Nuapatna Santarapur Santarapur Santarapur 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Narsinghpur 37 .

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Sl no BLOCK /TAHASIL Name of the Boat owner Type of boat. Country/ Power boat Size an d Capacity (in persons) Name of the river syste m Location of the boat Nos 68 69 70 71 72 73 Banki 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 Baramba 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 Niali Sri Fakir Khatua Sri Sikhara Dalei Sri Mayadhara Dalei Sri Markanda Se thi Sri Dukhabandhu Dalei Sri Srinvas Behera Sri Niranjan Dalei Sri Radhanath Behera Sri Lokana th Dalei Bikal Dalei Sri Laxmana Sahoo Sadhu Moharana & o thers Sradhananda khatu a Lochan Se th Bhimse n Behera Hadibandhu Khu ta Sri Rabindra Behera Sri Bira ta Behera Sri Srinivas Rout Sri Ratnakar Kha tua Sri Sadananda Kha tua Sri Prabha t Ku mar Behera Sri Jaganna th Mallick Sri Bana mbar Behera Sri Sujan parida Sri Harekrushna Be hera Sri Ka malakan ta Mallick Sri Sujan Mallick Sri Prasanta Behera Sri Ulasa Behera Sri Charana Khun tia Sri Natha Mallik PB PB PB PB PB PB PB Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country PB PB PB Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country 40 25 30 15 Mahanadi Mohanadi Mohanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Baideswar Patna Karabara river ghat Karabara river ghat Kurumchaini Ranapur Renuka Kapilaprasad river ghat Rana river Ghat Rana river Ghat Karabara river Ghat Rana river Ghat Muraripur Baideswar Kurumchain gha t Baideswar Baideswar Bangarisinga Bangarisinga Mugagahira Gopina thpur Gopina thpur Kulashree Anantapur gha t Kulashree gh at Suneimunda Suneimunda Suneimunda Suneimunda Suneimunda Kula Brahman Sailo Suneimunda Sagadailo Gha 15 50 15 20 30 15 40 41 50 40 40 30 30 40 50 50 20 15 20 30 12 20 20 20 50 12 20 Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Devi Devi Devi Kandala Devi Devi Kandala Devi Devi Devi Devi 1 PB 1 PB 1 PB 2 1 PB 1 PB 1 PB 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 38 .

koili 120 Niali Sri Mitu Mallik Sri Karunakar Ma llik Sri Basu Behera Sri Nata Dalei Sri Dijabara Dalei Sri Rajendra Behera Sri Gajendra Behera Sri Bijaya Parida Sri Krushna Dalei Sri Jhari Sahoo Sri Sarbeswar Nayak Sri Bishnu Charan Mallick Sri Sura Misha Sri Bairagi Swain Sri Ashok Swa in Sri Biswana th Behera Sri Nilama ni Beh era Sri Ramachandra Rout Sri Basanta ku mar Das Sri Karunakar Se thi Sri Babu Khan Sri Dinesh Kumar Behera Sri Babaji Charan Parida Sri Lokana th Malick Sri Chandramani Behera Sri Maheswar Behera Sri Lokana th Madeli Sri Dhirendra Behera Sri Rahimtulla Beg Sri Muralidhara Behera Sri Ramachandra Tarai Sri Makara Sa mal Sri Bichitrananda Malik Sri Sara t Chandra Behera Sri Ulasha Behera Sri Dhirendra Behera Type of boat.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Sl no BLOCK /TAHASIL Name o f the Boa t owner 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 131 132 133 134 135 Kantapada Salipur 130 N. Country/ Power boat Country Size and Capacity (in persons) Name o f the river system Loca tion of the boat Nos 30 25 50 50 50 3 3 8 8 20 15 1 8 12 15 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 8 8 8 8 30 30 3 Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Chitro tpala Birupa Birupa Birupa Birupa Chotro tpla Kandala Kandala Sagadailo Gha t Sagadailo Gha Mankha Simala da Simala da Dhanman dal Dhanama ndal Satakalia Sarakor Sarakor Sarakor Kulashree Nuabetan da Nuabetan da Nuabetan da Kalama shree Kunjabihari Patna Nagaspur Serilo Brahmana Khanda Babujunga Butalpur Nema la Palada Babujang Uttarku l Uttarku l Narendrapur Babujang Nanpur Nanpur Mukundapur Badabhimarajpur Murkandi Badbil Badbil 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country 39 .

PB: Power Boats 40 . Country/ Power boat Size an d Capacity (in persons) Name of the river syste m Location of the boat Nos 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 Mahanga Kishan nagar Tigiria Kantapada 146 Sri Sana tan Behera Sri Nari Behera Sri Bule i Sahoo Sri Gajendra Behera Sri San tosh Behera Sri Prasanta Behera Sri Rajkishore Behera Sri Surendra Behera Sri Basu Behera Sri Ka mala Mallick Sri Prasanta Behera Sri Mangaraj Patra Sri Natabara Dalei Sri Dwijabara Dalei Sri Dinabandhu Behera Sri Benudhara Mallik Sri Sunakar Behera Sri Bai Behera Sri Hata Bhoi Sri Surendra Behera Sri Heman ta Das Sri Rabindra Behera Sri Ullas Behera Sri basu Behera Sri Rama Behera Sri Dillip Sethi Sri Dillip Kumar Chaudhary Sri Iswar Khatua Sri Gobinda Behera Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country Country 30 30 5 3 3 3 3 3 30 20 30 5 20 20 20 20 5 5 3 5 20 3 30 30 10 10 20 20 60 Kandala Kandala Kandala Kandala Kandala Kandala Kandala Kandala Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Devi Kandala Kandala Kandala Kandala Kandala Kandala Kandala Devi Devi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Mahanadi Badagenguti Dhanman dal KB Sailo KB Sailo Dhanman dal Dhanman dal Dhanman dal KB Sailo Badabil Sudu sailo Rahamba Rahamba Kharamanga Simald a Simald a Mankha Tandikana Tandikana Tandikana Dimiri Tandikana K Sailo Tandikana Mankha Mankha Sirilogha t Brahmankhand ghat Khandahata Khandahata Jasrajpur 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CB: Country Boats.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Sl no BLOCK /TAHASIL Name of the Boat owner Type of boat.

At/PO –Padandasppur. Cutta ck Sabalpur. Cuttack Cuttack Service At/po Mahanga.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 3. OMRAH. HOPE GAUDIA MISSION. Cuttack Cuttack Sadar At-Nayasarak. Cu tta ck Saile shreeVihar. Cuttack At : PATARAJPUR. Bhubaneswar Sri Maa Aurovindo CEC. Mahanga At/Po Chainpal. Cu ttack At/PO Ostapur. orissa Ccb square.Ban ki. Cu ttack. Cuttack At-Puroshottampur. via-Kuanpa l. Old Town. Mahanga. Mahanga. la bour colony .8 List of NGOs: Name of NGOs and CBOs AKHILABHARATIYA MARWARI MAHIL A SAMITI. PO-Rahania. PRAYAS WOMEN’S M ORAL EDUCATION CENTRE. Cu tta ck At-talatelenga bazar. Cu tta ck-1 College Square. Cu tta ck Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar Old Se cretariat Road. PEOPL E FOR JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE OF SOCIALREHABILITATION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT. Cuttack. Cu tta ck At/Po Naraj. BHUBANESWR ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE GLOBE ORISSA Voluntary service Voluntary service Relief Relief Relief Relief Voluntary services Voluntary services Voluntary services Relief Voluntary services Voluntary services Voluntary services At-Gurudijhatia. Cuttack At-Ko th apada. Mahan ga.PO:Sukle swar. bajrakaba ti road. AWARENESS. PO-Kuhunda. Cu ttack Sidheswar sahi. KOLKATTA KRANTI PARISHAD ABHIJAN SRADDHA SAHARA JANATA SEVA SANGHA RURAL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE JUGA JYOTI CLUB ANIRVAN VIKASH BINAYAK CLUB KARMA BHUMI GRAM VIKASH VISHWA BANDHU PECUC UTKAL GAURAB MADHUSUDAN ORGANISATION OF BACKWARD COMMUNITY (UGMOBC) ASHARAM BAPU SEVA PRATISTHAN TATA RELIEF SRUSTI NILACHAKRA MARWARI YUVA MANCH RED CROSS CONCERN WORLDWIDE CARE ORISSA CRS ACTION AID INDIA ODMM OXFAM GB YMCA ORISSA GUJRATI SAMAJ Area of Operation ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA Sector Field of activities Relief / Voluntary Services Relief / Voluntary Services Relief / Voluntary Services Health/ san ita tion Health & Relie f Contact Address Cuttack Mahanadi vihar . Cuttack 41 . Dvya Vihar.Cu ttack Chandni chowk. UTKAL SEVAK SAMAJ TRIBAL LIFE SOCIETY OF ORISSA. Head Office: Plot No.Mallipura . Po:Balichandrapur. Mahan ga. Dt.Mahanga. Jobra. via-Nisch in takoili. Lalit Giri GP. Cuttack Friend’s colony. Cu ttack At-Dhaulia. Mahanga AT Panaspur. Po-Mahanga. PO-Kuhunda. Cuttack ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA ORISSA Relief/ Health Health Health Health & sanitation Voluntary Service Health Health Relief Health Relief Voluntary service Voluntary service Voluntary service Voluntary service Voluntary service Voluntary service Voluntary service Voluntary service Voluntary service Voluntary service Relief/Vo luntary and Health Raja bagicha. Mahanga At. Kanika road. bentkar. Mahanga At Mughalpatna. Cu ttack At-Dharo Shya msun derpur. 57/3. Ath garh.

1 History of Disasters and probability of Disaster Episodes in the District Type of Hazard Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Flood Sun stroke SuperCyclone Drought Flood Drought Flood Sun stroke Sun stroke Year of Occurence 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1978 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 No of villages affected 1582 1970 2511 1173 1892 944 2376 1451 1742 1245 1896 4478 4 2820 4916 1421 802 373 264 2484 522 1977 1530 1895 1115 861 Polulation affected by flood 810514 1038156 1227694 1520000 698000 1100000 45000 1432305 848000 1198168 737556 1264178 3378400 6910 1753313 2627644 795776 53313 677934 377805 1168753 5502493 2367288 320000 1977906 105000 906355 27 Human casuality 2 6 8 15 11 32 3 7 5 70 12 25 17 105 392 3 6 4 12 Animal casuality 15 220 5 54 4350 48 879 5 16 2 1682 20698 4 468 13 1 697 300 850 330 78 - - 42 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CHAPTER .lV RISK / HAZARD ANALYSIS 4.

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

Type of Hazard Lightining Flood
Fire Accidents

Sun stroke Lightining
Fire Accidents

Flood Heat wave Flood Cloud Burst In Cuttack City Fire Accident Lightening

Year of Occurence 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007

No of villages affected 20 309 469 -

Polulation affected by flood 4361 783 446697

-

Human casuality 22 1 8 1 32 2 2 6 -

Animal casuality

2 3 12 -

2007 2007

-

30

4.2 Seasonality of Hazards:
Type of Hazards Jan-Mar H Flood Cyclone Earthquake Heatstroke Drought Hailstorm
H: Human, C: Crop, A: Animals, I : Infrastructure

April-June A I H C A I

July-Sep H C A I

Oct-Dec H C A I

C

43

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

CHAPTER - V RISK ASSESSMENT
5.1 Risk Assessment:
Type of Hazards
Cyclone

Time of Occurrence
April-May & OctoberNovember

Potential Impact
Loss of Life, Livestock, Infrastru cture, livelihood & environment Loss of Life, Livestock, Infrastru cture, livelihood & environment

Vulnerable areas
All blocks of Cuttack district. Most vulnerable: Niali, Kantapad a & Banki All blocks of Cuttack district. Most vulnerable: Niali, Kantapad a & Banki Ath garh, Badamba, Tigiria, Narsinghpur, Ban ki, Mahanga, Nischintakoili, Barang Blocks o f Cutta ck d istrict All blocks o f Cu ttack district All blocks o f Cu ttack district Baramba, Narsinghpur, Tigiria, Ath garh, Salipur, Banki,

Flood

July-Septe mber

Drought

May-August

Crop Loss Loss of Life, Livestock, Infrastru cture, livelihood & environment Loss of Life & Livestock Loss of Life, Livestock, Infrastru cture, livelihood & environment Loss of Life, Livestock, Infrastru cture, livelihood & environment Loss o f life Loss o f life Loss o f live &, proper ty Loss o f live &, proper ty Loss o f live &, proper ty

Earthquake Sunstroke Fire

Anytime April-May March-June

Chemica l acciden ts Boat cap size Lightening Road Accidents Rail Acciden t Hailstorm

Anytime Anytime April-Ju ly Any time Any time March-May

Tangi Choudwar & Cu ttack Municipal Corpora tion Niali, Kantapada, Banki, Barang Niali, Banki, Tangi Choudwar, Salipur, Athgarh All blocks o f Cu ttack district Sadar & Baranga block of the district Narsinghpur, Baramba, Niali and Kantapada Narsinghpur, Bara mba, Niali ,Kantapada and Salipur

Heavy wind/ Gale wind

March-may

Loss o f live &, proper ty

44

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

CHAPTER - VI VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS
6.1 Infrastructure Vulnerability against Hazards:
Cyclone
Population (approx) Area name

Vulnerability

Vulnerability against each hazard Flood Chemical industry
Population (approx) Area name Niali, Kantapada, Banki, Salipur, Mahanga, N.Koili,Athgarh, Ti giria Niali, Kantapada, Banki, Salipur, Mahanga, N.Koili,Athgarh, Ti giria All Blocks CMC All Blocks All Blocks Population (approx) Area name Jagatpur, Choudwar

Fire
Population (approx) Area name

Road network

15 lacs

All Blocks

5 lacs

1 lac

Nil

Nil

Wa ter ways

1 lac

All Blocks

3 lacs

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Water supply Sewage Hospital Food stocks & supplies Communication (System)

15 lacs 5 lacs 10 lacs 15 lacs

All Blocks CMC All Blocks All Blocks

7 lacs 5 lacs 2 lacs 7 lacs

2 lacs 50000 10000 2 lacs

Jagatpur & Choudwar Jagatpur & Choudwar Jagatpur & Choudwar Jagatpur & Choudwar

Nil Nil 2 lacs 2 lacs

Nil Nil Athgarh subdiv ision Athgarh subdiv ision Nil

5 lacs

All Blocks

1 lac

All Blocks Niali, Kantapada, Banki, Salipur, Mahanga, N.Koili, Athgarh, Ti giria Niali, Kantapada, Banki, Salipur, Mahanga, N.Koili, Athgarh, Ti giria

Nil

Nil

Nil

Emb ankments

2 lacs

All Blocks

7 lacs

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Bridges

2 lacs

Banki, Athgarh, Sadar, Niali

3 lacs

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

45

Baradagherry-II 13Rama chandrapur 14.Chudwar Salipur Tani-Choudwar Mahanga Mahanga Salipur N. Gane shgha t.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 6.Similipur 8.Baral 6.Kurumchain 3.1 8.Koili Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Sadar Cuttack Sadar Vulnerable points 4 1-Ghoradia 2-Banursingha 3-Jagatpur New Industrial Esta te 4-Padhanipada.Banki Colle ge Buildin g 4.Bankal Sluices 1.Taikana 2.Routarapur 5.Baide swar 2.Brahmanakhanda Gherry 15.Kulasarachuan 3.Chanduli 4.Harirajpur 7.Poparada 9-Paramhan sa & Muslimsahi 10-Bhadimu 11.Damodarpur 12.Gobindpur 7.Khannagar/Spur No.2 Identification of Weak and Vulnerable Points on Embankments.Mukundapur Mahanadi Sou th Division Sirua Le ft Emba nkment Kathojori Right Kathojori Left CMC CMC Cuttack Sadar CMC Sadar Sadar Sadar Nisch intakoili Nisch intakoili Mahanadi Righ t Khurda Irrigation Division Mahanadi Righ t Banki 46 . Balipad ia 8-Sataba tia. Dhiasahi 9-Balipada 1.2008: Name of the Division 1 Mahanadi Nor th Division Name of the river embankment 2 Mahanadi left Mahanadi left Mahanadi Left Birupa Right Embankmen t Mahanadi left Gobari Left Birupa Le ft Mahanadi left Luna Right Name of the Block/ ULB 3 Narsinghpur Baramba Tangi.Chakapada 6. Bhimrajpur 5-Mandapada 6-Bordia 7-Banghat.Behind Cour t 5.

Tainsai 18.Pasang 14. Baranga Baranga Athagarh Banki Sadar Baranga KSD Righ t Embkt.Dhanamandal 12.Telijori 13.Sa taka lia 17.Bhagipur 6. Krushnachandra Pur 4-Daspur 5.Waubarei 10.Tith apada 11.Kaliaboda 3. Kantapada Kandala Left Devi Right Embkt. Kantapada Kantapada Kantapada Kantapada Baranga 47 .Badathakan 2.Sulachana Sluice 7.Khalarda 8.Karanja 21. Kuakhai Left Embkt.Kan tisala 16.Sana mundali 2.Suanlo 20.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Name of the Division Kenderapara Irrigation Division Name of the river embankment Nuna left Name of the Block/ ULB Nischin takoili Vulnerable points 1.Erancha 19.Utta mapur Prachi Irriga tion Divn.Loknathpur 1.Talagada 3. Old Devi Right Embkt.Dahijanga 15. Mahanadi Righ t Embkt Kathajodi Right Mahanadi Left Afflux Mahanadi Righ t Afflox Kuakhai Right Embkt.Govindapur 9.

Ensure multipurpose use of shelters by community. Awareness generation programme in schools and colleges. Conversion to pucca roads of all Village roads . Conduct regular Mock Drill Plantation Programme. conducting padayatra other and relies. Identification/ repair of main and alternative routs Repair of identified vulnerable points . bamboo’s mats etc.VII MITIGATION PLAN 7.. RD and Block Road During normal Time & Immediately after disaster • Irrigation Dept During pre-flood season • Bridges R & B & RD dept Sub-Collectors. Regular maintenance of Bridges. NGOs. task force team NGO and CBOs . Encourage water ways ferry’s Strengthening and raising the height of weak embankments. schools. Time Frame Through out the year (With regular intervals) PWD . points Storage of flood fighting materials like sandbags .1 Sector wise Vulnerability Reduction Measures: Type of Sector Infrastructure Developoment IEC Activities SubSector • • • • • • • • • • • Embankment Mitigation Measures Distribution of leaflets . BDOs & NGOs During normal period During normal period Safe Shelters 48 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CHAPTER . posters & wall painting . • • • Ensure Maintenance of the Flood shelters Identification of places for preparation of mounds and cattle shelters . CBOs . Organising staff development and refresher training to concerned dept. Responsible Department/ Personnel DIPRO & NGO Coordination Cell.

during & pos t disas ter period. Assessment of requirement of disi nfec tants and ensure i ts regular us e. Ensure proper maintenance of Electric Sub Stations. Ensure un-interrupted power supply to the district c ontrol room during disaster period Distribution of leaflets. C DVO & NGO Pre. WLL Phones .FAX. Conducting meeting / w orkshops. Wells & Ponds. OSDMA.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Type of Sector Sub-Sector • C ommunicati on • • • Mitigation Measures Ensure proper mai ntenance of Telephone. During normal period. Sanitation. Pow er grids Complete elec trification through out the Dsi trict. Training CDMO 49 . during & pos t disas ter period. posters & wall painting . SP Signal Time Frame April-May • Infrastructure Developoment Drinking Water & Sanitation • • • • • • • • PHD & RWSS During normal time & immediately after disaster Pow er CESU Through out the y ear. Regular cleanliness of Medical / Hospital Procurement of a Refrigerator for Veterinary Hospital. Regular v accination of domestic animals Regular dis-infection of TWs. Ensure timely setti ng of Wirel ess Stations in District/ Block Office. Health & Animal Husbandry Vaccination/ Disinfections • • • • • • CDMO & C DVO Pre. taskforce members . Install Solar Lamps nears flood & Cy clone shelters & ensure its maintenance. orientation to village level volunteers . Arrangement of Tankers / Sy ntax Tank.Wi reless & VHS sets . Procurement & stock pili ng of vaccines. Installation of VH F / HAM Radio in all the Block Headquarters Assessment of runni ng /defunct Tube wells & make necessary arrangements Identification of scarce w ater pock ets installation of water supply sy stem. Awareness generation programme such as conducting relies street play s etc. Identification of with s ub-mergible TWs and raising of its platform height. Impart trainings on H ealth care. staff evelopment training . • • IEC Activities distribution leaflets • C DMO. Insurance First Ai ds to Medical staff as w ell as v olunteers Responsible Department / Personnel BSN L.

I. 50 . Block. Insurance R & B. orientation to village level volunteers & to beneficiaries on EDP (Entrepreneurship Development Programme). During normal period. Points Crop Insurance. Horticulture Fishery During normal period. Block functionaries. village level volunteers & to beneficiaries on Insurance Schemes. During normal period. Block.DIC. Dir Horticulture Department. Banks Time Frame During normal period. orientation to line department. Dy. Bank. Alternative cropping. Agriculture Department . Provision of Credit Facilities & Cold Storage Providing nursing raising training & Insurance facilities Providing fishery technology & training Distribution of leaflets. NGOs. postering. wall painting Conducting meeting workshops staff development training. During normal period. Maintenance of Roads / Building Maintenance of Block Level / GP Level Storage godown Insurance of life. livestock. Bank. Livelihood Sector • Agriculture • • • • • IEC Activities • • • Dy. Conducting meeting workshops staff development training . Installation of L . Crop & small business units etc. NGOs. Insurance Companies. Dir Fishery Department. Insurance Companies . Awareness generation programme such as conducting relies street plays etc.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Type of Sector Sub-Sector • • IEC Activities • Mitigation Measures Distribution of leaflets. NGOs. posters & wall painting . Director Agriculture & DAOs. Agriculture Department. Awareness generation programmes such as conducting relies street plays etc. Responsible Department BDOs. During normal period. Infrastructure • Life & Livelihood During normal period. Dy.

• • • • • • • • • • • 51 . Relief & Rehabilitation Activities. Responsible Department Time Frame Block and a ll Line Departments. NGOs. posters & wall pain ting. Damage assessmen t. Planning & Response IEC. Timely preparedness & dissemination o f warnings. Conducting mee ting workshop s sta ff develop ment tra ining. Co-ordinance & Sh aring of in formation. Carry out emergency relief operation. Clearance of debris & d isposal of dead bodie s & ma intenance o f sanita tion.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Type of Sector Sub-Sector • • • • Mitigation Measures Renewal of Block Con tingen cy Plan a t regular intervals Aware Commun ity through distribu tion o f leafle ts. Maintenance o f law and order. evacuation Operations. Regular mock drill at all level. Taking care o f Starvation Cases. Shelters to victims . orienta tion to line d epartmen t. Protection to livestock. village level volunteers & to beneficiaries on Con tingency Plans. GP functionaries. carrying out search & re scue. NGOs & CBOs. Awareness generation programme such as conducting relies street plays e tc.

commodities and services to the response agencies for performing the assigned tasks.VIII CRISES RESPONSE STRUCTURE OF THE DISTRICT (Incident Command Systems & Standard Operation Procedures) Incident Command SystemsThe onset of emergency creates the need for time sensitive actions to save life and property reduce hardships and sufferings and restore essential life support and community systems. Because of these features. 8. during and post disaster situations. to mitigate further dame or loss and provide the foundation for subsequent recovery. The ICS has a number of attributes or system features. ICS has the flexibility and adaptability to be applied to a wide variety of incidents and events both large and small. Effective response planning requires realistic identification of likely response functions.flexible modular system adapatable for natural as well as man-made disasters. Let’s Look at the Sections in Detail- 52 .1 Incident Command System at District LevelThe Incident Command System is a management system and an on-scene. The ICS management toll will be more effective to handle the situation in proper way within limited time. The primary ICS management function include following four functions • • • • • Command Operations Logistics Planning Finance The ICS seeks to strengthen the existing disaster response management system by ensuring that trained Incident Command Teams (ICTs) members have been trained in different facets of Disaster Response Managements back the designated controlling / responsible authorities at different levels. pre. assigning specific tasks to individual response agencies and supply of goods. all risk.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CHAPTER . This chapter has been divided into two parts namely discussion on ICS and Response Plan for different line departments in preparedness. Considering this the crises response plan of the district has been developed with emphasis on Incident Command System (ICS).

media managements. Incident commander. the District Collector will select aptitude and ability for any of the DICT positions and professional training must be given to them to fulfill their assigned role. and the over all logistics. The team will primary assist the District Collector in handling tasks like general coordination. The officers having fitness. Command Function . Coordinator Dy. Following are the name of the ICS Positions. The collector will remain over all head of the DICT. promotions etc.Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Deputy Collector Line Department Representatives 53 . HQ Coordinator Liaison Officer Information officer Planing section Officer Logistic Section Shief Air Operation Officer Finance /Adm Sec. Rank & training requirements of the DICT members Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ICS position HQ. will command the DICT. distribution of relief materials. Chief Situation Unit Leader Resource Unit Leader Receiving and Distributing Branch Director Mobilization Branch Director Other positions (Technical Specialist Rank Requirement ADM/Senior Dy.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 1. a suitable officer of the rank of Additional District Magistrate.The command function of the ICS includes selection of District level Incident Command Teams (DICT). The officers carefully selected from different departments having earlier experience and expertise in disaster management should be given preference. For almost all the positions a suitable no of additional personnel will be trained as reserve for taking care of contingencies like transfers.

Setup appropriate organizational structure and response or he may change the set up for better effectiveness 6. The ICP provides a central coordination point from which the incident Commander.Proactive planning is essential to consider future needs. The ICP should be located at the Incident base if that facility has been established. Assess the situation and obtain a briefing from the prior incident commander 2.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Flow Chart Showing Command Flow in ICS INCIDENT COMMAND STAFF • • • INFORMATION LIAISON SAFETY OPERATION PLANNING LOGISTICS FINANCE/ ADMN The major roles and responsibilities and duties of the Incident commander are over all management of the incident. As the incident grows it is important for the Commander to establish a fixed location for the ICP and to work from that location. Establish Incident Command Post (ICP)-The ICP will be wherever the Incident Commander is located. 54 . However these can be again break up as follows 1. manage resources efficiently and cost effectively 4. stay in command. Establish the immediate priorities-When considering stabilizing the Incident Commander must emphasize on safety of the people involved in the incident. ensure protection of life and property. Once established the ICP should not be moved unless absolutely necessary 5. responders need other emergency workers and bystanders. Determine incident objectives and strategy 3. On many incidents the time factor does not allow prolonged planning. Ensure planning meetings are scheduled. as required-Planning meetings and the overall planning process are essential to achieve the incidence objectives. On the other hand lack of planning can be more disastrous. Command Staff and Planning functions will normally operate. All the above mentioned are primary priorities the secondary priorities are ensure life safety.

As the incident grows in size and complexity. Liaison officer. Co-ordinate activity for all command and general staff 10. 8. They are as follows A.Incidents. Authorize release of information to the news media-The sophistication of modern news gathering methods and equipments make it very important that all the incident have procedures in place for managing the release of information to the media as well as responding appropriately to media inquiries 15. Tour and photo opportunities have to be arranged.The information officer is responsible for developing and releasing information about the incident to the news media to incident personnel and to other appropriate agencies and organisation. may require the establishment of the liaison officer positioned on the command post. Approve and authorize the implementation of Incident Action Plan-Plans can be oral or written . The information officer should be separated from the command post. If the incident is complex of the Incident Commander is not tactical expert in all the hazards present a safety officer should be assigned 9. Order the demobilization of the incident when appropriate Apart from the Incident Commander there are three other commanders who work closely with the Incident Commander. but close enough to have access to information. Approve requests for additional resources or for the release of resources-On small incidents the IC will personally determine additional resources needed and order them.Written plans should be provided for multi jurisdiction or multi agency incidents. volunteers and auxiliary personnel 14. which are multi-juridisctional or have several agencies involved. Ensure that adequate safety measures are in place-Public safety at the scene of the incidet is always tops the priority lists. Keep agency administrator informed of incident status 13. Coordinate with key people and official 11. The liaison officer is the contact 55 . Information display and press handouts may be required. Information officer.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 7. B. The information persons should sit in such a place where there is space for organizing media briefings. the ordering responsibilities for required resources shift to Logistics Section Chief and to the Supply Unit if those elements of the organization have been established 12. or when the incident will continue for more than one operational period. Approve the use of students. They are act as deputy to the incident commander and work in the command structure set up of the DICT.

Some incidents may require personnel with specialized skills to be temporarily assigned to the Planning Section. as necessary A.there are three ways of organizing tactical resources on an incident. The safty officer will correct unsafe situations by working through the chain of command.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 for Agency representatives assigned to the incident by assisting or cooperating agencies. Dissemination can be in the form of the Incident Action Plan. When activated. and geologists. Resources can be used as Single Resources.many incidents require the use of tactical or logistical aircraft to support the incident. Maintenance of a master list of all the resources 56 . 2. It achieves this though overseeing the check. They can be set up at any appropriate location in the incident area and moved or deactivated as needed. processes and disseminates information for use at the incident. evaluates. The determination of how resources will be used will be determined on the application area and tactical requirements.in of all resources. tactical resource s will be used B. which can be activated. All resources within the staging area belong the incident. Ground or surface based tactical resources. Meteorologists etc. Staging area mangers report to the operations section chief or to the Incident Commander. There are four other units. Only one safety officer will be assigned for each incident. C. Staging areas. The build –up of the Operation section is generally dictated by the number of tactical resources involved and span of control considerations. all aviation resources assigned for exclusive use of the incident are assigned in the Operation Section. In ICS. Planning Function. task Forces and strike teams. Operation Function-the operation function refers to management of all tactical operations at an incident. formal briefings or through map and status board displays. maintaining a status keeping system indicating current location and status of all the resources. Resources Unit-The unit is responsible for maintaining the status of all assigned resources as an incident. Safety Officer-The safety officers function on the command staff is to develop recommend measures for assuring personnel safety and to assess and/ or anticipate hazardous and unsafe situations. the planning section collects. Depending on the need.In ICS the planning section is responsible for managing all information relevant to an incident.An ICS staging area is a temporary location for placing resources available on a threeminute basis to take on active assignment. hydrologist. These are personnel other than those on direct tactical assignments or those involved in a unified command C. Staging areas are temporary facilities. These persons are called technical Specialists such as Chemist. Aviation resources. There are three important components of the operations sectionA. 1.

analytical and historical purposes.This unit is responsible for set up maintenance and demobilization of all incident support facilities except staging areas. Facilities unit. upto-date incident files. Medical Unit.The communication unit is responsible for developing plans for the use of incident communication equipment and facilities. Incident files will be stored for legal. Logistic Function. Planning is essential to the efficient supply of food. supervision of the Incident Communication Centre. transportation. communication. The unit also has responsibility for the ground transportation of personnel. D. service and fueling of all mobile requirement and vehicles. Develop procedures for managing major medical emergencies.receiving processing and storing all incident related resources B.The logistic function of the ICS is to be held responsible for facilities. Six units may be established within the Logistics section A. The documentation unit will also provide duplication services. maps and intelligence information C. The logistic Sections can be divided into two branches namely Service and Support Branch. 3. provide medical aid and assist the Finance/ Administrative Section with processing injury related claims 57 . demobilization can be quite complex. requiring a separate planning activity. Documentation Unit. The facilities unit also provides security services to the incident as needed. The situation unit may prepare future projections of incident growth. Ground Support Unit-The ground support unit is responsible the maintenance. Equipment maintenance. Medical Services as well as ordering services.the documentation unit is responsible for the maintenance of accurate. Demobilization Units--The demobilization unit is responsible for developing the incident demobilization plan. The Food Unit must anticipate the number of personnel to be fed and develop plans for supplying food to all incident areas. D. Situation Unit-The collection. food services. and the distribution and maintenance of Communication equipments E.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 B. F. Planning for demobilization should begin at the early stages f an incident. processing and organising of all incident information take places within the situation unit. thus ensuring the efficient and safe demobilization of all the resources. Supply unit-The supply unit is responsible for ordering. Supplies. On large incidents. particularly in the development of rosters of personnel and resources.The unit will develop an Incident medical Plan. supplies and equipment and development of the Incident traffic plan. Communication Unit. installing and testing of communication equipment. C. Food Unit-The food unit is responsible for supplying the food materials for the entire incident including all remote locations as well as providing food for personnel unable to leave tactical field assignments.

B. Finance/Administrative Function-The finance and Administrative function is responsible for managing all financial aspects of an incident. manages all equipments. leases. analysis and prepares estimates of incident costs. There are four units. and maintains accurate records of incident costs. • Try to check rumors. rental agreements and processes all rental and supply fiscal document billing invoices C. compliance with specific agency time. Procurement Unit-All financial matters pertaining to vendor contracts. . The the procurement unit establishes local sources for equipments and supplies. which may be established within the Finance/Administrative Section A. Compensation /Claim Units-The claims unit is responsible for investigating all claims involving property associated with or involved in the incident. D. INGOs and media. records all cost data. This can be an extremely important function on some incidents.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 4. Cost Units-The cost units provides all incident cost analysis. • Post Disaster Providing information about the precedence of disaster and information about the relief and rehabilitation programme undertaken by the district administra tion. Time Unit-The time unit is responsible for ensuring the accurate recording of daily personnel time. A. recording policies. Early Warning Dissemination and Response Plan: Department Preparedness District Control Room • Setting up Control Room and ensuring round the clock functioning • Assign ment o f dutie s to the District Level officials and Subcollectors/Tahasildars/BDO • Arrangement of veh icles and public announcement system with RT O & DIPRO for warning dissemination • NGO coordination and assignmen t of duty • Proper record keeping and transmission of information to all the levels • Early warning to fishermen • Holding of Na tural Calamity meeting • Ensure proper main tenance and functioning of warning s & communica tion systems • Awareness generation among public on natural hazards • Ensure Mock drill Response System Pre (after W arning) During Disaster • Monitor functioning o f DCR round the clock • Coordination with District Level officials and Subcollectors/ Tahasildars/BDOs • Coordination with RTO/DIPRO for vehicles and pub lic announcemen t system for warning disse mina tion • NGO coordination and assignment of duty • Proper record keeping and transmission of informa tion to all th e levels • Holding of DDMC meeting • Ensure proper maintenance and functioning of warning s & communication syste ms • Dissemination of information regarding status of the disaster & submission of repor t to state. It ensures the proper identification of all equipments and personnel requiring payment. 58 . and managing commissary operations if established at the incident. and fiscal agreements are managed by Procurement unit.

Formation of team Delegation of areas Formation of zones/SubZones Response System Pre (after W arning) During Disaster • Keeping close contact with D EO • Deploy personnel to guard vulnerable embankment points • Alert Police officials to remain at the Head Quarter • Close con tact w ith E O • Informing all concerned /public through revenue field • Functionaries Aler t revenue officials to remain at the Head Quarter • • Collection of vital information Infor m DEO after getting authentic message Post Disaster • Support District officials and volunteers during search and rescue operation • Assist fire brigade personnel in their efforts • Maintain law and order situation • Collection of on the spot report from field functionaries • Dissemination of day to day position about the disaster a t all levels Revenue • • • • • • • • • • • • • Health • • • • • • • • Holding of natural cala mity meeting in the month o f May and October. • Inform to respective Para medical staff regard ing evacuated people. based on th e risk assessment. Join t inspection Formation of Zones/SubZones Review progress Arrangemen t of boats and transpor t.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Department Preparedness Police • • • • Ensure functioning of the warning system. for evacuation Provision/arrangement of rescue kit at risk prone area. Arrange for mobile health unit for inaccessible areas DDC at village level Health awareness campaign Re insta ll telephone connection Arrangemen t of vehicle for uninterrupted mobility Repair of Sub Centers buildings Registration of Bir th /Death and o ther vital events Dis-infection s of Drinking water Sources thrice before flood season at least. one month before • • • Collection of on the spo t report from field functionaries Dissemina tion of day to day position about the disaster at all levels Liaison with block • Medical and Paragraphmedical staffs will be directed to join Head Quarter immediately • Settings o f a Control Room and will be kept operational for 24 hour s • Delegation of duties /Area distribution • Request CDMO and requisition o f vehicle • Meeting of Sector MO/Supervisors • Record keeping • Arrangement of medical help for the rescued. • IEC activities regarding health and sanitation 59 . Equipments to be ready Formation of team Delegation of areas List out the staff w ith contact ad dress Stock position of the subcenter and PHC/AWC s Prepare the plan and indent for sto ck Train Paramedical staff/ ANMs / male health workers / volunteers/task forces/ Anganwadi workers for u se and providing minimu m health services to the community.

• Arrangement of allimportant telephone line and number in order. • Maintenance of record for infor mation generation and dissemination • Co-ordinate w ith Cuttack Admin istration Clearance of Roadside dead trees posing threat to communication. piping. • Co-ordinate w ith District Administration • Deployment of concerned staff to update informa tion regarding water level and velocity of flowing water in the rivers as well as about possible breaches. • Maintenance of record for information generation and dissemination. • Arrangement of sand bags • Suspension or cancellation of all leaves of instruction to the concerned persons to join head quar ter immediately.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Department Preparedness Response System Pre (after W arning) During Disaster Post Disaster Irrigation • • • • • • • • • Holding of natural cala mity meeting in the month o f May and October Awareness generation Formation of Zones/Subzones Review progress Provision/ arrangement of sand bags in risk prone area Equipments to be ready Formation of team Arrangemen t of vehicle Delegation of areas RD & R&B Identification of weak-points Repair of weak roads/structures/canals before hazard season Stockpiling of building material Arrangement of equipments for road clearance • Suspension or cancellation of all leaves of instruction to the concerned person to join head quarter immediately. • • • Coordination of the information and keeping a strict vigil over the situation and act according ly. Co-ordinate w ith District Administra tion • Damage assessment • Identification of areas for clearance • Delegation of team • Monitoring of work • Proposal to the government for repair and restoration • Coordination of the information and keeping a strict vigil over the situation and act accordingly. Maintenance of record for information generation and dissemination. • Arrangement of allimportant telephone line and number in order • Arrangement or requisition of Jeeps/ Trekkers/ Auto Rickshaw to disseminate received warning infor mation to the po pulation of vulnerable/ weak places. • Co-ordinate w ith District Administration •Damage assessment •Identification of areas for clearance •Delegation of team •Monitoring of work •Proposal to the government for repair and restoration 60 . life and electricity. scoring s. • Maintenance of record for infor mation generation and dissemination. seepages etc.

amoun t • Engage Volun teers to floodwa ter released from disseminate received Hirakud Dam. meeting of BDMC. vulnerable / weak places • Attend emergency • Try to check rumours. bottle. river warning/ information to Mahanadi and Kathojodi to the po pulation of the communities. Electric • Installa tion of tube-wells • Site visit and report preParagraphtio n • Awareness generation for using bleaching • Helping BD O during emergency • Supply of drinking water during emergency • Site selection and water test in Pallasuni (BBSR) • Collection and storing of K018H2s test stripe. • Maintenance of record for information generation and dissemination. 61 . • Restoration of electricity • Coordinate with District administration to help in disseminating information regarding the disaster and help in coordinating relief & rehab measures. ha logen tablets. • On receipt of warning ask a ll the staff to join duty immediately • Deployment of staff to the inaccessib le areas • Regular maintenan ce of records • Co ordination with higher authorities • Coordination of the information and keeping a strict vigil over the situation and act accordingly. movement and immediate ly velocity of the cyclone. N GO • Collection of local flood Co-ordination Cell. Mason. condition reports and pass GPDMC and organize on to Block Administration. tube well accessories • Area wise deployme nt of staff. Officer) • Maintenance of regular flow of in formation • • • • • Damage assessment Identification of areas for clearance Delegation of team Monitoring of work Proposal to the government for repair and restoration NGOs • Alert all staff to get back • Discon nection of to the ir respective head electricity to the affe cted quarters areas • Retrofitting of weak points if found • Disconnection of electricity in the event of an emergency • Arrangement of alternative energy sources such as generators and fuel for generators • Alert all the concerned • Collect and disseminate volunteers to close authentic infor mation contact with regarding weath er NGO/GP/BD O forecast. fitter. • Co-ordinate w ith District Administration • • • • • Damage assessment Identification of areas for clearance Delegation of team Monitoring of work Proposal to the government for repair and restoration • Record keeping • Information dissemination to concerned quarters (Sub-Divisional Vet. village Disaster INGOs and Media for Manage ment Committee possible support. APD • List out sta ff members with contact address • Vaccination o f cattle population • Provision of supply of yearly medicines • Arrangement of mobile health units in inaccessible areas • Health awareness campaign • Arrangement of veh icle for uninterrupted mobility • Repair of LI Centers and other necessary equipments • Regular identification o f faults • Regular checkin g and repair of weak points/Transfor mers • Stockpiling of equipments/accessories • Skill development training/orientation • Precau tions/protections near high voltage electr ic equipments installed • Stopping illegal consumption of electricity • IEC activities on disaster manage ment • Community mobilization • Ensure regular meeting of NGO co-ordination cell • Disseminate all government aided programme to the community • Ensure regular mock drill • Ensure regular bleaching / use of disinfectants in the drinking water sources • Organize workshops seminar meeting/train ing on community based disaster management • Long term mitigation strategies • To infor m all its sta ff member s to report their respective headquar ters • Close con tact w ith DEO • Arrangement of wa ter tankers • Procurement collection of wa ter purifiers • Sto ckpiling of accessories • Repairing the defunct tube-wells • Raising platfor ms/height of the tube wells in low lying areas. bleaching.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Department Preparedness Response System Pre (after W arning) During Disaster Post Disaster RWS&S AH Dep. possible rain.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Department Preparedness Response System Pre (after W arning) During Disaster Post Disaster • Maintenance of record for infor mation generation and dissemination • Co-ordinate with Block Administration. GPDMC and PDC • Incase of flood provide information to the Blo ck Control Room regarding water level and velocity of flowing wa ter in the rivers as well as about possible breaches. constant hourly contact with irrigation department to ensure the dispa tch of sand bags to weak points. • Collection of infor mation on places where breaches occurred / like ly to occur due to seepage / over topping / damag e to embankments Early Warning Dissemination DI&PRO District Control Room District NGOs Block Control Room Police Control Room G. Control Room Irrigation Control Room Village Task Force (Warning Group) 62 . seepages etc • Support Block Administration regarding deployment of country boats at vulnerable points • Make spot visit to see embankments. scouring. etc.P. piping.

Alert all field officers: BDOs.7. All India Radio. 3.C. 3. CESU. Assembly in Control Room: Following staff and officers shall assemble in the EOC on getting any information from any source about any emergency.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 STANDARD OPERATIONS PROCEDURE (SOP) FOR DISTRICT EMERGENCY OPERATION CENTRE. 3. arrange four extra batteries. 3.2. PD DRDA. 2. Tahasildars. CUTTACK START IMMEDIATELY ON RECEIVING CYCLONE / FLOOD WARNING OR INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OTHER EMERGENCY FROM ANY SOURCE 1. Agriculture. 3. Charge the satellite phone and test it.1. RWSS. Keep a radio with new batteries ready. Tehsildar Cuttack.2. COLLECTORATE BUILDING. DPC. Municipality. 3. Telephone.6. Stenos to Collector & ADM. MIs. 3. NH. ADM (Emergency). The person in charge of control room shall be personally responsible for implementing the SOP. In the absence of Collector. DRDA. Stock 2 barrels of Kerosene and Diesel for running the generator sets. Apart from these.8.3. Getting the Control Room ready: Following preparatory steps will be taken up for keeping the EOC functional during emergency. MOs. Charge the battery of VHF set of control room and staff car. VAS. 3. APD.5. 3. GM DIC. Station Director. Irrigation. Collector. S/he shall not wait for orders from anybody. ICDS. CUTTACK TELEFAX: 91 – 671 .1.SSA. Warning shall be issued as per the format given in the next page 63 . DIPRO shall inform the media. Police. 2. Industries. ADM. PHD. DIPRO and RTO. MLAs. Officer in charge of EOC: The control room shall be in overall charge of the Collector. Get the 2 generator sets ready. Charge the battery of inverter. 2. CI/DI/Sis. S/he shall take all decisions as outlined below and sign for the Collector on all reports mentioned below. In case of cyclone warning. Emergency officer or any other officer or staff on duty at that point of time shall remain in charge of Control Room.4. PD DRDA. Sub-Collector Cuttack Sadar. CSO. R&B. 4. Emergency Officer. any other officer or staff who gets the information from any source will reach the Control room. RD. D.2607842/2609059/1077 (Toll free) LOCATION: GROUND FLOOR. ADM (Revenue). Shift two more phone lines to control room. CMC. MPs. All staffs of emergency section. Excise Superintendent.

BDOs shall contact all Storage Agents. Jobra / SE CESU/ DDA/ MC. Call up the officers and ensure that they remain in headquarters. MI and ADM shall remain in charge of Malgodown. Athgarh & Niali for monitoring. They shall personally visit the godowns and verify the stocks. BDOs shall immediately depute one officer to the place where the storage godowns are located. Direct the Malgodown and FCI to remain open on all days. 6. CDD 1&2. ACSO. including Sundays and holidays. till situation gets back to normal. Banki & Choudwar Municipalities/ CI of Schools/ DIs of Schools/ DSWO/ EE RWSS / EE NH/ EE PHD -I / Station Director All India Radio (Space for message) Collector.3. Check up availability of food (rice. 64 . The Agents shall remain present at the store round the clock. 7.1.2. Start deploying senior officers to Banki. To: SP/ All OsIC/ IsIC/ BDOs/ Tehsildars/ Sub Collectors/ Medical Officers/ EE R&B/ EE RD/ GM DIC/ DIPRO/ EE Mahanadi North/ EE Mahanadi South/ EE Prachi/ EE Khurda/ EE Naraj/ EE CESU. Prepare a logbook for recording chronological sequence of events. 8. Seize the Malgodown.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Emergency Warning Message Format Emergency Warning Message No. Food and Kerosene: 8. Cuttack 5. CMC/ EOs of Athgarh. President of Malgodown shall be actively involved. 8. 8. Dt. chuda and Gur) and kerosene at block headquarters. with storage agents and other inaccessible pockets.

2. Send 10 requisition forms to each Tehsildar. Health sector: Make a rapid assessment of the following. Check up the stock of medicines. etc. 11. 10.5. 10. Requisition boats from Paradeep/ Chilika/ Ganjam/ Board of Revenue/ Fire Office/ Sports Authority of India. 16.1. send immediate requisition. Get sandbags from NALCO Angul by contacting SP and Collector Angul. Start movement of food stock and K. 9. Close educational institutions after making an assessment of the seriousness of the emergency. Start movement of food stock and Kerosene Oil from block headquarters to areas that are likely to be cutoff. If necessary. to PHCs/CHCs. Boats: Requisition boats within district. Ensure that medical officers are in place at the PHCs and CHCs through police stations. All CDPOs shall be teamed up with the MO of PHC/ CHC with their vehicles and supervisors.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 8.000 1 Lakh 1 Lakh 10. 10.5. 15. 8.000 25. Ask Balasore Collector and Sambalpur Collector to remain in readiness for supply of stocks of rice and chuda. Check availability of sand bags. halogen tablets. 12. Further requisition will be made as per need. BDO and Police station. bleaching powder. Khannagar sluice gate key must be ready with JE and gang of 4 operators.4. bleaching powder.3. 13. Start movement of medicines. blocks and Tahasildars. Oil from district headquarters to block headquarters. 65 . CDMO shall decide the locations of camps.4. 14. Empower field officials to requisition vehicles. Engineering Division EE Mahanadi North EE Mahanadi South EE Prachi EE Khurdha EE R&B EE RD EE CDA Reserve Sandbags 2 Lakh 2 Lakh 2 Lakh 1 Lakh 25. Check up the Khannagar and Matrubhawan sluice gates. Vehicles: Requisition 15 small and 15 big vehicles immediately. 10. 10.

Make an advance list of villages where air dropping may be needed. Written information will be issued. WFP. 20.Finance team 23. 22. Contact UNICEF. They will also have one chain-pulley system ready. The Commandant. Air dropping zones: Use the lat-long book for identifying the air dropping zones. Requisition the services of officers who have been effective in the past. 21. OMFED and tie up the supply of cattle feed.Food and other relief items team 23. Daily press briefs will be issued at 1600 hours. CARE. CDVO shall make assessment of vaccines and fodder availability. OXFAM.6. Each team will have staff and resources. 19.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 17.Transportation team 23. 23. Make a thorough assessment of relief items available in stock at different places. Action Aid and other international agencies. Functional distribution of work: Following functional distribution of works shall be done.4. UNDP. Get them introduced to the field functionaries. Press briefings: Press briefings play a very important role in disaster management. Civil Society organizations: Get in touch with civil society organizations. Each JE of RD. The team leader will have full powers to take decisions 23. and NH & IRRIGATION shall keep ready a gang of 20 persons (severe cyclone. Allot them areas or functions. 25.5.3. ODRAF should be contacted immediately to remain in readiness for deployment. Similar teams will be positioned by the CMC at 5 different points in Cuttack City. Make a quick assessment of district needs and expectations from different agencies.Information and office documentation team 23.2. Make a quick inventory of their resources. Ask them to prepare a list of volunteers. Allot areas to them with full powers of decision making on the spot.40-person gang) with axes and saws. Veterinary measures: Immediately contact MD. Following format will be used. R&B.1.Stock and store team 23. 66 . 18.Civil Society and International Organizations co-ordination team 24.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Cuttack District Press Note No. 1 2 3 4 5 Blocks/ towns Villages Population Severely affected areas Rescue measures Boats deployed Army/ Navy/ Coast Guard Police/ Fire brigade Other agencies Exemplary events 6 Relief measures Rice Chuda Other dry food Kerosene Oil Polythene sheets Tents Cattle feed Halogen tablets Medicines Air dropping sorties 7 8 9 10 Casualties Missing reports Cattle death Civil Society Organisations Dated: Total Affected Remarks Qty Villages covered Days covered 67 .

36. Regularly contact R. Chief Secretary and Health Secretary. 32. PS / Secretary/ Additional Secretary to Chief Minister.D.npmoc.html and www. CWC.mil/ jtwc.Keep sufficient dry food. Requisition School/ College for army/ police forces. Requisition all IB/ Rest sheds. 33. Regularly check up http://www. Contact Flood Cell.3.navy. Apart from the warning. Direct all field officers to hire generators and keep sufficient oil for running them.. S. 30. 37. 29. it should include the following three points. 26. 31.Keep cattle tied in open spaces. Keep spare copies of district maps. 26.imd. 34.in and other web sites. 35.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 11 Damage to property Roads Embankment breaches Schools Other public buildings House damage Electrical installations Others Number Approx Value 12 13 14 Prospects in next 24 hours Message for people Other details 26. Hirakud and EIC. Message to public over All India radio should be specific. 28. Home Secretary. Direct all police stations to keep spare batteries for VHF. Contact State Bank of India for making available VSAT network in case of failure of all communication channels.R.C. 27. Looking at the onset of emergency and after making quick assesment. Jurisdiction maps of all irrigation divisions shall be kept ready in good numbers.Take shelter in nearest pucca building. Revenue Secretary. Give written orders for identifying places for starting free kitchens..ernet. convene Emergency meeting of important official and non-official agencies.2. Issue clearance for 3 days. 68 .C.1. 26. Give them clear instructions.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 38. Update the water level postion of Hirakud. Evacuation. 39. Send daily situation report in the prescribed format to SRC. 40. Nodal Officers BDO/ Extension Officers GPDMC Village Taskforce 69 . Belleview on 3 hourly basis on the display board and register.. Dist. Orissa & Revenue & DM Deptt. Make a duty roster. Kathjodi. Important officials cannot afford to break down together. Search and Rescue ResponseDistrict Disaster Management Committee Police/ Fire Brigade Tahasildars PWD/RD NGO Irrigation Dept. Mahanadi.

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

B. Evacuation, Search and Rescue:
Department District Control Room
Evacuation, Search and Rescue Response Structure and System Preparedness • Deployment of Police/Fire Brigade for search and rescue. • Co-ordination with the NCC/NSS/Civil Defense/Rajya Sainik Board etc. for rescue operation. • Ensure availability of the rescue materials. • Prepare inventory of shelter places and map indicating the shelter Centers. • Provide & arrange Rescue kit at risk areas • Ensure functioning of the warning system. • Formation of team • Delegation of areas • Formation of zones/SubZones Pre (after Warning) • Arrangement of Power Boats and Rescue Kits and equipments. • Deployment of Army / Fire Brigade / Police Personnel and Trained Volunteers in the strategic points. • Deployment of Senior officers of district to organize rescue operation. During Disaster • Search group go around to search and rescue left over or trapped people on the affected areas. • Provision of shelters for the victims. • Provide medical help, if needed, and help them reach nearest hospital • Record keeping and information dissemination Control Room. Post Disaster • Help the people return to their original places / arrange temporary shelters.

Police

• • • • • •

MVI Fire Brigade

o Identify and take stalk of the vehicles present with corresponding owners o Take stalk of all the equipments (boats, motors, life jackets , crane etc) needed during the disaster and prepare for a mock drill.

o

Deployment of police staff at risk point Arrangement for the safety of property of the people. Arrange rescue kits. Support Block staff and volunteers during evacuation operation Assist fire brigade personnel in their efforts Maintain law and order situation Meeting with the owners of the vehicles

• Deployment of police staff at • Support District/Block officials risk point and volunteers during search and rescue operation • Arrangement for the safety of • Assist fire brigade personnel in property of the people. their efforts • Arrange rescue kits. • Maintain law and order • Support Block staff and situation volunteers during evacuation operation • Assist fire brigade personnel in their efforts • Maintain law and order situation o Provide required vehicles to the block functionaries • Deployment of fire officials at risk point • Arrangement for the safety of property of the people. • Arrange rescue kits. • Support admn officials and volunteers during evacuation operation • Assist police , CD home personnel in their efforts • Search group go around to rescue the left over people in the risk areas • Arrangement of boats and transports for the web are stranded in collaboration with block administration/ police/ fire brigade/ volunteers • Reporting casualties/ missing persons • Maintenance of law and order being local magistrate
• Coordination with search & rescue team of medical help for the rescued /injured persons Coordination with Search & rescue team in for rescue & guarding of vulnerable pockets

o Provide vehicle • Support District/Block officials and volunteers during search and rescue operation • Assist police/ CD home vol. personnel in their efforts • Maintain law and order situation

o Divide into teams in coordination with the Dist. admn. along with police, CD(Home) vol. and get ready for

Revenue

• • •

Holding of natural calamity meeting in the month of May and October. Joint inspection Formation of Zones/SubZones Review progress

• •

Deployment of Subcollectors/ Tahasildars/ RIs and other supporting staffs to assist in rescue operation Propagation for evacuation Arrange rescue kits

• •

Assist police/ CD home vol. personnel in their efforts Maintain law and order situation

Medical

• List out the staff with contact address • Stock position of the subcenter and PHC/AWCs • Holding of natural calamity meeting in the month of May and October • Awareness generation • Formation of Zones/Subzones

Arrangement of medical help for the rescued /injured persons

Coordination with search & rescue team of medical help for the rescued /injured persons Coordination with Search & rescue team in for rescue & guarding of vulnerable pockets

Saline and Embankment/ PWD/ RD

Coordination with Search & rescue team in for rescue & guarding of vulnerable pockets

70

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

NGO/ Volunteer

• IEC activities on disaster management • Community mobilization • Ensure regular meeting of NGO co-ordination cell • Disseminate all government aided programme to the community • Ensure regular mock drill • Ensure regular bleaching / use of disinfectants in the drinking water sources • Organize workshops seminar meeting/training on community based disaster management

• Assist District/Block Administration in arranging Power Boats, Country Boats and Rescue Kits and equipments. • Deployment of Trained Volunteers in the strategic points. • Assist District/Block Administration and field officials to organize rescue operation

• Search group go around to search and rescue left over or trapped people on the affected areas. • Provision of shelters for the victims. • Provide medical help, if needed, transport to nearby health centres • Record keeping and information dissemination to district /Block Control Room.

Coordination with search & rescue team of medical help for the rescued /injured persons

Medical and First Aid-

District Disaster Management Committee

CDMO

Block Disaster Management Committee

DSWO

MO, PHC

GP Disaster Management Committee

CDPO

ANM/MPHW

AWW

Village Taskforce

71

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

C. Medical and First Aid:
Departments Preparedness
CDMO
• Deployment of Medical staff • Stock pilling of Life saving drugs/ORS packets/Halogen tablets. • Treatment and Transportation of the injured • Public Awareness to stop the outbreak of epidemics. • Disease surveillance and transmission of reports to the higher authorities on a daily basis. • Constitute mobile teams and regular visit to the worst affected areas. • Dis-infection of Drinking water sources. Identification of site operation camps. • To obtain/transmit information on natural calamities to District Control Room. • Advance inoculation programme in the flood/Cyclone prone areas. • Arrangement of fodder/medicines for the animals, Vaccination, Cite operation camps, Carcasses disposal • Coordinate with CDMO, Health department to carry out the preparedness as cited above • IEC activities on disaster management • Community mobilization • Ensure regular meeting of NGO co-ordination cell • Disseminate all government aided programme to the community • Ensure regular mock drill • Ensure regular bleaching / use of disinfectants in the drinking water sources • Organize workshops seminar meeting/training on community based disaster management • Long term mitigation strategies

Medical Aid - Response System Pre (after warning)
• Deployment of staffs in their respective areas with medicines. • Check the stock and collect the required stock from district office • Arrange emergency room ready with all equipments and staff • Delegation of duty at PHC for 24 hours services • Meeting with the volunteers/ ANM/AWW and distribution of work as per the need

During
• Deployment of staffs in the cut off areas with medicine. • Check the stock and collect the required stock from district office. • Delegation of duty at PHC for 24 hours services • Meeting with the volunteers and distribution of work as per the need

Post
• Co-ordination deployment of outside medical/ Paragraphmedical staff and members of NGOs/ INGOs charitable organizations • Check the stock and collect the required from district office. • Arrangement of medical help for the needy. • Treatment of emergency cases and provision will be made to transfer the acute cases to SCB medical college Cuttack if necessary

District Administration NGO/ Volunteers

Deployment of senior officials to coordinate • Facilitate that Medical and Para Medical Staffs are available in their respective villages. Ensure status of medicine stock • Provide information of evacuees sheltered in different locations to the medical team. • Ensure medicines are reached to the affected areas with the help of volunteers. • Ensure proper treatment of the victims or injured. • Facilitate Charitable Organizations work hand in hand with UPHC Medical Team. • Arrange transport both road and water ways to the outside medical team and volunteers, if required • Record keeping • Facilitate and Co-ordinate village task forces/CBOs Institutions reach the spot without any bottlenecks. • Record keeping. • Inform PHC to take immediate action and seek the support of District Administration if any epidemic is noticed

72

Block . thin cloth. Carcass/Dead bodies’ disposal Departments CDVO Preparedness • Ensure the stock of salt. thin cloth. kerosene. GP & Village level • Pre (after warning) Ensure the stock of salt. kerosene.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 D. Shelter Management District Disaster Management Committee Block Disaster Management Committee M. bleaching powder and other necessary materials required • Train volunteers in District. bleaching powder and other necessary materials required Ensure the volunteers are prepared for the work During Carry out the carcass disposal alongwith the local volunteers • • Post Provide salt to the District/Block/NGO/GP volunteers Registration of deaths and issuing of death certificates District/ Block/Gram Panchayat and NGO • Mobilise the volunteers • • Mobilise the volunteers Disposal of carcass by burning or embedding E.I & EO Police PWD/RD Electricity NGO RWSS/P HC GP Disaster Management Committee Village Taskforce Committee 73 .

tube well accessories • Area wise deployment of staff. Person’s allocation for each shelter. Arrangement of transportation Arrangement for safe shelter for animals Provision of electricity to the identified shelters Ensure functioning of the warning system. fitter. • • • • • • Police • • • • Identification of Shelter/Temporary shelter in elevated places and arrangement of tents etc. Formation of team Delegation of areas Formation of zones/SubZones • • • • • • Deployment of police staff at risk point Arrangement for the safety of property of the people Arrange rescue kits Support staff and volunteers during evacuation operation Assist fire brigade personnel in their efforts Maintain law and order situation • Deploy Constables/ Home Guards to different flood/ cyclone shelters • Maintenance of law and order • Arrangement of police personnel for the safeguard of the shifted marooned families Arrangement of uninterrupted power supply at the temporary shelters Arrangementof police personnel for safeguard of the members of the shifted family Electricity RWS&S • Regular identification of faults • Regular checking and repair of weak points/Transformers • Stockpiling of equipments/accessories • Installation of tube-wells • Site visit and report preParagraphtion • Awareness generation for using bleaching • Helping BDO during emergency • Supply of drinking water during emergency • Site selection and water test in Pallasuni (BBSR) • Collection and storing of K-018H2s test stripe. Arrangement of Food/Drinking water/Medicine in the shelter places. Mason. Arrangement of transportation Arrangement for safe shelter for animals Provision of electricity to the identified shelters Deployment of Police Personnel Temporary supply of safe drinking water During • Make arra ngement not to allow any body to go out side • Maintain record of every activities • Sharing of information about the weather conditions • Supply of dry food & water • Keep environment clean • Provide fodder & water to the animals Post • Free kitchen for all • Distribute relief at the shelter and keep record • Replenish food as per the bens • Help evacuees to go to their houses • Clean safe place Dist Admin. bleaching.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Departments Preparedness Shelter Management . APD Arrangement of uninterrupted power supply at the temporary shelters Restoration of power supply at all the shelters • Installation of emergency tubewell/tankers near the shelter sites • Bleaching/disinfections of drinking water sources • Supply of halogen tablets • • • • Supply of drinking water Supply of poly pack containing safe drinking water Distribution of halogen tablets Informing community particularly the evacuees regarding use of safe drinking water • Withdrawal of temporary tubewell installed near shelter sites • Use of bleaching powder 74 . halogen tablets. bottle. Person’s allocation for each shelter.Response System Pre (after Warning) Arrangement of Food/Drinking water/Medicine in the shelter places.

if required • Provision of temporary latrine and portable water source near the shelters. Post Take precautionary measures to avoid any outbreak of epidemic PWD&RD NGO/ Volunteers • Identification of weakpoints • Repair of weak roads/structures/canals before hazard season • Stockpiling of building material • Arrangement of equipments for road clearance • IEC activities on disaster management • Community mobilization • Ensure regular meeting of NGO co-ordination cell • Disseminate all government aided programme to the community • Ensure regular mock drill • Ensure regular bleaching / use of disinfectants • Repair of approach roads/ structures/ canals leading to shelters • • Stalk piling of building materials • Damage assessment and report preliminaryRepairin g of affected/ damaged government building structure Clearance of debris to reinstall communication • Ensures opening of the identified flood shelters for the evacuees and hand over the shelter management charge DPC.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Departments Preparedness Shelter Management .Response System Pre (after Warning) • • • Provision of medicine and deployment of Para medical staff Provision of medical help to the needy Provision of Halogen Tablets and use of Disinfectants for the temporary latrines During • Provision of medicine and deployment of Para medical staff • Provision of medical help to the needy Medical • List out the staff with contact address • Stock position of the subcenter and PHC/AWCs • Prepare the plan and indent for stock • Train Paragraphmedical staff/ ANMs / male health workers / volunteers/task forces/ Anganwadi workers for use and providing minimum health services to the community. arrange tents for temporary shelter for the victims 75 . • Check rumours by facilitating DPC/ Task Force to disseminate information regarding weather conditions • Ensure proper management of flood shelters by DPC / Task Force • Keep daily situational / status report • Ensure registration of the evacuated people sheltered • Ensure people are back to their home • In case houses are fully collapsed/ swept away. • Arrange for temporary shelters.

RWSS MO.PHC/CHC CDPO NGOs/CBO BEE/LHV/ ANM/ MPHW ICDS Supervisor Village taskforce/ volunteers/AWW/SEM 76 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 F. Water and Sanitation Response District Disaster Management Committee Block Disaster management Committee JE.

Arrange for mobile health unit for inaccessible areas DDC at village level Health awareness campaign Pre (after Warning) • Disinfections of drinking water sources • IEC activities regarding safe drinking water. • Disinfections of drinking water sources taking steps to check any possibility of spreading any epidemics in the community 77 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Departments CDMO • • • • Health and Sanitation Response System Preparedness List out the staff with contact address Stock position of the subcenter and PHC/AWCs Prepare the plan and indent for stock Train Para-medical staff/ ANMs / male health workers / volunteers/task forces/ Anganwadi workers for use and providing minimum health services to the community. RWS&S • Installation of tube-wells • Site visit and report preparation • Awareness generation for using bleaching • Helping BDO during emergency • Supply of drinking water during emergency • Site selection and water test in Pallasuni (BBSR) • Lab-testing of drinking water if necessary • Bleaching of drinking water sources • Aware community regarding to use safe drinking water • Lab-testing of drinking water if necessary • Sticking red and green stickers respectively for the polluted and safe drinking water sources especially tube wells • Bleaching of drinking water sources NGO/ Volunteers • • • • • • • • IEC activities on disaster management Community mobilization Ensure regular meeting of NGO co-ordination cell Disseminate all government aided programme to the community Ensure regular mock drill Ensure regular bleaching / use of disinfectants in the drinking water sources Organize workshops seminar meeting/training on community based disaster management Long term mitigation strategies • • • • • • IEC activities on disaster management Community mobilization Ensure regular meeting of NGO co-ordination cell Disseminate all government aided programme to the community Ensure regular mock drill Ensure regular bleaching / use of disinfectants in the drinking water sources • Community mobilization • Disseminate all government aided programme to the community • Help the community for taking precaution needed for drinking pure drinking water and proper health & sanitation measures. disposal of human and animal wastes • Check the stock and collect the required stock from district office • Arrange emergency room ready with all equipments and Staff • During Deployment of medical & paramedical staff at the affected sites in the form of medical camps Post • Disinfections of drinking water sources • IEC activities regarding safe drinking water. disposal of human and animal wastes • Check the stock and collect the required stock from district office • Arrange emergency room ready with all equipments and Staff • Checking/ washing/repairing of tube-wells to put it back to its normal condition • • • Executive Engineer.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 G. PHC VAS RWSS GP Disaster Management Committee Village Taskforce 78 . Relief Operation District Disaster Management Committee BDO Block Disaster Management Committee CDPO MO.

• Provision of temporary medical relief Centers • Distribution of medicines and halogen tablets • Treatment of the victims and daily report to PHC control room • Post Declaration of the area affected by flood. Collector will remain in charge of all relief operation • During Arrangement / requisition of Police/ Para-military / Home guards / CRPF Jawans to protect and facilitate uninterrupted relief supply and distribution • Liaison with INGOs / NGOs/ OSDMA/SRC to mobilize relief items and enlisting of their relief measures. Purchase. Assigning of free kitchen in the shelter camps affected areas. • Grant emergency relief to all the marooned people and organize relief camps . Relief Operation . • Daily situation rteport to Govt. BDMC . relief work . to organize Air Dropping in flood pockets for the marooned villages . bottle. Admin. Ceasing of foods stuff and other essential items available in Cuttack Malgodown Make requisition of transport vehicles and county boats for supply of relief items. re sowing etc. • Facilitate food for work programme by GO and NGOs. • Sub-Collector/ Tahsildar/BDO to arrange for documentation / record of relief items received from various agencies / stockpiled / supplied remaining balance etc. Identification of district level & block level officers to remain in charge of storage godowns / transportation and distribution of emergent relief . desiltation . Coordinating with the civil society organizations/PSUs and UN agencies for continued relief operation Monitoring • Pre (after Warning) Assessment of Block wise/GP & village wise / requirement of emergent relief in view of population ( adult / children) and parameters of ORC and block’s requirement . halo gen tablets. kerosene oil in the strategic points. GPDMC & NGOs for the marooned people . Assigning responsibilities to officials for distribution of emergent relief/running of free kitchen. taking advantage of the prevailing situation . • Closer of Govt.. • A card system according to the number of families / persons should be introduced • Submission of daily situation reports to Govt. and disseminate to mass media to avoid confusion and rumors. tube well accessories • Stock pilling of medicines /disinfectants in the risk prone areas • Maintenance of Stock Register Stop the relief activities & pla RWS&S • • • • Supply of drinking water Supply of poly pack containing safe drinking water Distribution of halogen tablets Informing community particularly the evacuees regarding use of safe drinking water • • • Supply safe drinking water in the poly packs to people Distribution of halogen tablets Informing community particularly the evacuees regarding use of safe drinking water • • Supply safe drinking water to people Distribution of halogen tablets 79 . individual person. fodder and cattle feed to the affected animals.Response Preparedness Deployment of vehicles Procurement and transportation of Relief materials to affected pockets/areas/ people Arrangement of free kitchen in the shelter camps & affected areas. dead and missing persons and assist Tahasildar to pay legitimate compensation • Opening of PDS outlets to start their normal activities and also ensure that no malpractice is done by the trades . • Organize free kitchen centers in the distressed areas with the support of Sub-Collector. provide veterinary care . • Commencement of agricultural activities . medicines. Ensure stock piling of tents. • Provision of basic amenities like drinking water . • Organise heath programme both for people and animals by INGOs / NGOs / Charitable Organisations • Meeting with all stake holders • • • • • • • CDMO • List out the staff with contact address • Stock position of the subcenter and PHC/AWCs • Prepare the plan and indent for stock • • • • • • • Installation of tube-wells Site visit and report preparation Awareness generation for using ble aching Helping BDO during emergency Supply of drinking water during emergency Site selection and water test in Pallasuni (BBSR) Collection and storing of K018H2s test stripe. flood shelters . as per the ORC & SRC • Facilitate INGOs / NGOs and / or private individuals to continue relief operations of their own.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Departments Dist. • Encourage NGOs to go for agriculture rehabilitation programme . and report to Dist admn • Making necessary arrangement or seek the help of state Govt. ble aching. • Keeping record of damages done to home . . • Organise cattle camps . organize or mobilize emergent relief and stockpiling of emergent relief in the remote st areas to be co-ordinated with Tahsildars/Sub-collectors/BDOs Stock piling of fodder in the risk prone areas to be coordinated with CDVO. sanitation and public health care.

individual person. Ensure stock piling of tents. NGO/ Volunteer • • • • • • Infrastructure Restoration District Disaster Management Committee Block Disaster Management Committee Block / PWD / RD / Irrigation / Electrical / RWSS GP Disaster Management Committee Village Taskforce 80 . medicines. Ensure stock piling of tents.Response Preparedness • IEC activities on disaster management • Community mobilization • Ensure regular meeting of NGO co-ordination cell • Disseminate all government aided programme to the community • Ensure regular mock drill • Pre (after Warning) Assist government personnel in charge of storage Godowns / transportation and distribution of emergent relief. • Keeping record of damages done to home. do no malpractice. medicines. taking advantage of the prevailing situation. & kerosene oil Post • Organize or facilitate CBOs or private individuals to continue relief operations and/or free kitchen Centers. • Ensure that the traders. Motivate communities to store food stuff and other essential items in safer places for the emergency period Assist VAS in stock piling of fodder in the risk prone areas. Motivate communities to store food stuff and other essential items in safer places for the emergency period Assist VAS in stock piling of fodder in the risk prone areas.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Departments Relief Operation . & kerosene oil • During Assist government personnel in charge of storage Godowns / transportation and distribution of emergent relief. dead and missing persons and assist Tahasildars to pay legitimate compensation.

Arrangement of materials for repair of roads and breaches in the embankment for post disaster operation • Guarding vulnerable roads and embankments • Repairing piping and seepages found in vulnerable points. Infrastructure Restoration Department Preparedness RD • Identification of weak-points • Repair of weak roads/structures/can als before hazard season • Stockpiling of building material • Arrangement of equipments for road clearance Irrigation • Holding of natural calamity meeting in the month of May and October • Awareness generation • Formation of Zones/Subzones • Review progress • Provision/ arrangement of sand bags in risk prone area • Equipments to be ready • Formation of team • Arrangement of vehicle • Delegation of areas Electrical • Regular identification of faults • Regular checking and repair of weak points/Transformers • Stockpiling of equipments/accessori es • Skill development training/orientation • Precautions/protection s near high voltage electric equipments installed • Stopping illegal consumption of electricity • Replacement of weak electric poles/wires • Checking and correcting private connections • Stockpiling of necessary equipments and accessories RWS&S • Installation of tubewells • Site visit and report preParagraphtion • Awareness generation for using bleaching • Helping BDO during emergency • Supply of drinking water during emergency • Site selection and water test in Pallasuni (BBSR) Pre (after warning) • Retrofitting and repairing of weak government buildings/structures • Repairing of road network • Guarding vulnerable roads and embankments • Repairing piping and seepages found in vulnerable points.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 H. repairing and construction of tube-wells • Stock pilling of accessories During Post • Damage assessment and report preParagraphtion • Repairing of affected/ damaged government building structure • Clearance of debris to reinstall communication • Uninterrupted power supply to the Medical/Block Office and other Important institutes • Damage assessment and transmission of the same to higher authorities • Quick installation/repair of damaged infrastructures • Checking/washing/r epairing of tubewells to put it back to its normal condition 81 . Arrangement of materials for repair of roads and breaches in the embankment for post disaster operation • Checking.

PD-DRDA.SubCollector. Basing on the reports feedback to the state authority and others Vulnerable area map displayed Imp. Phone numbers Pre Disaster √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ During Disaster √ Post Disaster √ Mock Drills Plans: Time ½ Yearly ( May & Oct. BDO Schedule for updating plans: Plans District Disasters Management Plan Line Departments Disasters Management Plan Updating Time ½ Yearly ( April & Sep) ½ Yearly ( April & Sep) 82 . Tahsildar.) Process From District to Block followed by Gp and Village Responsible Person Collector.IX CHECKLIST Check List for Control Room: Activities • • • • • • • • • • • Assignment of Duty Maintain inventory of resources Identification of Weak and vulnerable points Proper setting up of the control room Provide information who need it Service division and assign duties Receive information on a routine basis and record Receive preparedness report from various relevant dept. DEO.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CHAPTER . ADM.

air movement and duration. Heat Syncope: The person suddenly falls down. weak. Plant crops and vegetables are also subject to the effects of the heat.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CHAPTER-X CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR HEAT-WAVE-2008 Heat wave a complex phenomenon resulting from a certain combination of temperature. a heat wave is an extended period of very high summer temperatures with the potential to adversely affect communities. which may rise to 110 degree F and profound central nervous system disturbances including delirium. The damage to the standing crops is a common feature during such events. Heat exhaustion: The person may be quite thirty. the heart beat rate slows down and the patient faints. of death cases due to heat wave 0 2 1 12 3 5 4 Human Effects: The body responds to this stress progressively through five stages: Heat cramps: It can occur to a person engaged in physical work during conditions of high temperature and humidity. Heat hyperpyrexia: The body temperature rises above above 106 degree and the patient is semiconscious. 83 . humidity. Animals do suffer the same way as human do. particularly when left without shade and adequate water. livestock losses can be very high. start having headache and feel fatigue with rise of temperature. During heatwaves. Heat stroke: This is very high body temperature. The causalities in the district due to heat wave in the last five year is as mentioned below. Simply stated. Year 2008 (As on 31st May 08) 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 HEAT WAVE DANGERS AND EFFECTS: No. the blood pressure become low. Agriculture. The Cuttack district experiences heat wave condition every year during April to June. especially in times of drought.

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

Infrastructure: In heat waves the Railway lines can expanded to the point where they buckle and cause derailments of trains. Road damage can also occur, where bitumen melting and concrete expanding and cracking occur. This may lead to disruption of traffic. Utilities and services: Water and electricity consumption services increase rapidly during severe heat conditions, often causing shortages. This causes extra demands on electricity and water supplies. A meeting on advance preparatory measures to be taken for the ensuing heat wave condition was held on 11.03.2008 at Redcross Conference Hall, Cuttack under the chairmanship of Collector, Cuttack. The Municipal Commissioner, CMC, D.C.P, Cuttack, P.D. DRDA, Secretary, CDA, all Sub Collectors, all Tahasildars& BDOs, CDMO, CDVO, Executive officers of ULBs EE, RWSS, PHD-I, DLO, C.I of School, RTO, CMO, SCB Medical College & Hospital and all concerned line Deptt. Officers were present in the meeting. At the outset, the Collector welcomed all the members and in view of the increasing trend of temperature expected this year in comparison to the previous years, she impressed upon all concerned to take adequate preventive measures to combat heat wave situation this year. To reduce the impact of Heat wave, the Collector emphasized upon the following issues; 1. 2. 3. To increase awareness on heat wave among the General Public. proper Drinking water supply management. Proper Medical arrangements starting from PHCs to S.C.B. Medical College. All the members present in the meeting were requested to make all necessary arrangements at their respective jurisdiction to meet any possible situation. Following Agenda wise decisions were taken in the meeting. PREPARATION OF COTINGENCY PLAN : All the District level Officers/ Sub-Collectors/Tahasildars/ Block Development Officers shall submit their contingent plan by 20th March for preparation of District plan which will be submitted to the Spl, Relief Commissioner by 25.03.2008. The Collector requested all the officers to prepare a realistic plan and read the same meticulously before sending it to Dist. Office. FUNCTIONING OF CONTROL ROOM : Control Room shall function at District Office, Sub-collectors Office, Tahasil Offices, C.D.M.O’s Office, Municipalities, NACs, EE, RWSS, PHD Offices & other line Deptt. Offices from 8 AM to 8PM with immediate

84

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

effect, if not started with a responsible Nodal Officer for receipt and transmission of information relating to heat wave. All officers were requested to furnish their mobile No. to the district Control Room which is functioning with the Tel. No. 0671-207842 / 2609059/ 1077(Toll Free) w.e.f 01.03.08. All concerned Deptt. especially CDMO, RWSS, PHD and the three Sub Collectors would submit daily situation report to the District Control Room in the prescribed format by 5pm every day even if it is a NIL report. DISSEMINATION OF HEAT WAVE WARNING: The Collector stated that this is the most important issue to minimize the impact of possible heat wave. The posters and leaflets on Dos and Don’ts of Heat Wave were handed over to all Tahasildars, BDOs, C.I of schools, Executive Officers of NACs & Municipalities in the meeting itself for wide awareness of public in their respective jurisdiction. ( Action: DIPRO,BDOs, Tahasildars. C.I of schools) It was decided that like last year the Cuttack Municipal Corporation, Cuttack shall erect three big hordings/ display board on Dos and Don’ts of Heat Wave at Badambadi Bus stand, railway station & near SCB, Medical college & Hospital immediately for awareness of general public. After Heat Wave period is over the same hordings/ display boards shall be used for tips on Flood/ Cyclone preparedness. ( Action: Municipal Commissioner, CMC) It was also decided that all BDOs shall prepare wall painting of 10’/10’ on Do’s and Don’ts of Heat Wave at all G.P offices and Block office walls @ Rs. 500/- per wall painting. The funds for this purpose have been received from OSDMA. The text message for wall painting received from OSDMA was circulated among all BDOs and Executive officers. The EOs shall do the same in their Municipality/ NAC office wall. The Collector instructed all BDO s and E.Os of ULBs to complete the wall painting work by 25.3.08 positively in all GPs/ Block Offices/ ULBs and furnish their bill to emergency section along with some good photographs of wall painting for reimbursement of their claim. The S.P, Cuttack emphasized on sensitization of large scale workers & employers engaged in mega construction projects like railway work etc regarding Dos and Don’ts of Heat Wave (Action:- DLO, CTC) The DIPRO was requested to receive the poster and leaflets on Dos and Don’ts of Heat Wave from Dist. Emergency Section and distribute it in Cuttack City area for wide publicity. ( Action:- DIPRO, CTC) Once the Sub Collectors/ BDOs/ Tahasildars receive heat wave warning message from Dist. Office, they will transmit it to the GPs through telephone/ cyclostyle warning message etc..( Action:- All BDOs, sub Collectors/ Tahasildars) 85

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

MEDICAL ARRANGEMENTS: The CDMO stated that, all Medical officers of the district have been sensitized to tackle the ensuing heat wave situation. The control room at District Headquarter is functioning round the clock with Tel. No 2307283 with ADMO(PH) as nodal officer. Daily Surveillance report shall be submitted by the CDMO. ORS, halozane tablets, IB fluids and other essential medicines have been provided to all PHCs and CHCs of the district. Indent for more medicines has been given to DDMS, BBSR. There is no dearth of medicines. One Room/ Two Beds are kept exclusively for Heat Wave patient in all PHCs / CHCs of the district with sufficient water, Ice packs and air cooler where available. The Director, Health services have also been moved by CDMO for leaflets/ ICE materials. The CDMO has already issued specific instructions to all the medical officers to remain present in the hospital from 11 AM to 4 PM positively and extend all cooperation to the Tahasildars for joint enquiry of heat wave death cases. The Collector emphasized that if any complaint of non availability of doctors & para medical staff is received, stringent disciplinary action shall be initiated. Ambulances to be kept in readiness. Where no ambulance is available the PHC vehicle shall be used for carrying the heat wave affected patients. The Casualty Medical Officer representing the Supdt., SCB Medical College & Hospital stated that twenty beded A/C room in casualty, one ten Bedded A/C room in Medicine Ward and one 4 beded A/C room in pediatric ward have been earmarked as Heat Wave Ward for heat wave patients. Sufficient medicines are available for heatwave patients in SCB Medical College. DRINKING WATER SUPPLY MANAGEMENTS: The Executive Engineer, PHD-I described in detail on the arrangement made by him to combat drinking water problem during heat wave period. All 300 hand pumps of the city are functioning. There are 2200 stand points of PHD in Cuttack city.Two tankers are now in use, one at Athgarh & one at Choudwar. It was decided to move Govt. for hiring of more tankers at Choudwar, Banki and Athgarh. ( Action: EE, PHD-I) The collector wanted to know the status of the 18 water coolers in Cuttack city installed from MPLAD & MLALAD as per the decision of the last year meeting that the Cuttack Puja Committees may be requested by CMC for maintenance of these water coolers. The EE, PHD-I stated that in few places PHD is repairing the coolers but there is no provision of funds for this purpose. The Collector requested the Municipal Commissioner, CMC for maintenance of the water coolers installed from MPLAD & MLALAD By CMC. The Municipal Commissioner, CMC stated that he will place this matter in the next Council meeting of CMC scheduled to be held on 12.03.08.( Action: EE,PHD-I, municipal Commissioner, CMC) The EE, RWSS stated that baring a few places tubewells in all other blocks have already been transferred to Panchayats. The Collector instructed categorically that since the Panchayats are given money for maintenance of tubewells, it is the responsibility of the BDOs to ensure maintenance of Tube wells in rural 86

04. CMC) The Executive Officers of other Municipalities & NACs of the district shall also open need based ‘JALACHHATRA’ at the strategic locations of their area and supply pure non-contaminated drinking water to the public. if the situation demands. Kendupatna)) As per the decision of the last years meeting all Panchayat Samiti shall install a cooler cum Water Purifier in their office premises for the general public out of the unclassified funds available in the block.D. Panchayat Officer) The Collector instructed the BDOs and EE. Dist. RWSS to prepare the priority list of new tubewells to be installed this year. Arrangements of cold drinking water. ( Action:. ( Action: Executive Officer. blocks. other essential medicines should be made by the schools during this period.C.M. While preparing the list it shuld be kept in mind that all Tahasils. Drinking water to the water scarcity pockets shall be supplied through water tanker. police stations & educational institutions must have a tube well in their premises for the general public. ( Action: EE.E. CDPO. The CMC may open more JALACHHATRA with the help of “Sahi Committees “ and NGOs. ( EE. The timing of the Educational Institutions shall be rescheduled to 6 . RWSS. This year also ‘JALACHHATRA’ shall be opened by CMC at the earliest possible.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 areas.( Action: Municipal Commissioner. PHD-I) Like previous years. Medical Officer & J. The Commissioner. The NGOs may also be requested by the BDOs for opening of ‘JALACHHATRA’. Athgarh. PHCs.C. RWSS. office. ( Action: P.Secretary.I of Schools) 87 .) All BDOs shall ensure opening of ‘JALACHHATRA’ at public congregation places of the GPs from the GP fund.All BDOs) Arrangements shall be made by Secretary. ( Action:. CMC stated that last year ‘JALACHHATRA’ were opened in 57 locations of the City. RWSS of each block shall seat together every week on Thursday and discuss regarding the water scarcity in their block and submit a weekly OK report to the Dist. ( Action:.08 to avoid exposure of the students to excess heat. The RWSS functionaries shall provide all technical support. The students shall be advised to bring umbrella & water bottles with them.I Of school & D.30 AM to 10:30 AM from 1. ( Action:All BDOs) RESCHEDULING OF TIMING IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION The C. BDOs) The BDO. EE. RWSS. Kendupatna for ‘JALACHHATRA’ in the hats under his control. RMC. Banki. All complaints regarding non functional of tube wells shall be addressed with in 48 hours. Choudwar. ‘JALACHHATRA’ shall be opened this year in Cuttack city by CMC at strategic locations. for precautionary measures to be taken in schools to combat heat wave.DRDA. Tahasildar. R. All BDOs.I of school & DPC SSA stated in details regarding the instructions received from Govt.

( Action:. Cuttack shall issue instructions to the medical officers and the police officer respectively to extend full cooperation to the Tahasildars for this joint enquiry and to submit categorical report on Sun Stroke death.I Of school & D. The Collector instructed the Labour Officer to ensure that his field officers & staff contact/ visit each industry/ work site to see that the instructions are followed meticulously.DLO.. & District Administration meticulously regarding rescheduling of school timings.I. Medical Officer/ Officer authorized by CDMO and the O. Cuttack) The Collector instructed the P.I of Schools) RESCHEDULING OF WORKING HOURS TO FOR LABOURERS / WORKERS The Asst. The CDMO and the S. The CDVO stated that a control room is functioning in his office.C. The entire district has been divided into five zones with doctors & staff to tackle any situation. The Chief District Veterinary Officer shall circulate a set of ‘Dos’ and ‘Don’t’s to alert the general public about upkeep of domestic animals.30 PM.D. Labour Officer stated that instructions already issued to the Executive Agencies for reschedule of working hours for the labours to avoid exposure of labour/workers to heat during peak heat hours i. Cuttack) 88 . VETERINARY MEASURES.00 AM to 3..e 11. (( Action:. categorical and conclusive.3.I./IIC of the concerned Police Station without waiting for any order and their joint report must reach the district office with in 24 hours of the death.I of Schools) No educational institutions (Both Govt. Private and Public Schools) shall run in the month of May.C.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 All examinations of the schools shall be completed by 15. ( Action: CDVO.08. ( Action:C.. The cause of death must be specific. The medicines have been sent to the veterinary dispensaries. Any deviation shall be viewed very seriously. DRDA and all BDOs to follow this instructions meticulously during execution of NREGS projects from 1st April-2008.P. DEATH DUE TO SUNSTROKE Any allegation / paper clippings on Sun stroke death shall be enquired jointly by Tahasildars/ Addl Tahasildars.I Of school & D. The Collector emphasized that all educational institutions (Both Govt. Executive Agencies to make adequate arrangements of drinking water rest shed and provision of emergency aid in case of emergent nature of work. Private and Public Schools) must follow the instruction of Govt. The C. of Schools to ensure implementation of the above instructions meticulously and report compliance.

The Suptd. OTHER MEASURES The RTO to ensure availability of drinking water & ORS in all buses plying during day time.08 to all Tahasildars of the district with copy to S. movie shows shall be considered if the situation demands. Cuttack shall issue instruction to HOD. CDMO Cuttack and all sub collectors shall be followed meticulously with out any deviation. 89 . Overloading on the roof of the bus shall be strictly prohibited and will be monitored by the Enforcement squad of RTO. Tahasildar and Collector.P.02. FMT deptt. Cuttack. All cinema hall proprietors must make arrangements for sufficient drinking water in their hall and shed for the public in queue for tickets. 21. The CESU authorities to make alternate arrangements for uninterrupted power supply during this summer. The Executive Engineers of the Irrigation divisions shall release water in the canals regularly to tackle water scarcity in rural areas. First-Aid box containing essential medicines for Heat wave must be kept in all buses. SCB Medical College & Hospital & the CDMO. & concerned Medical Officers respectively to conduct the postmortem of the alleged sun stroke cases immediately and send a copy of the PM report to the concerned Police Officer. Changes in bus timings.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 The circular issued by the collector vide emergency letter no 305/emgy dtd.

M to 10 P.e. Clearance of debris and road communication. 6.W.L.11. Each flood circle has further been divided into Sub-Zones comprising one or more numbers of Gram Panchayats as per suitability. The Circle/Zone officers will be responsible for successfully carrying out the pre-calamity arrangements and post-calamity relief measures as indicated below./Medical/Veterinary staffs. 5.R. arrangement of boats. Control Rooms are also functioning in the Offices of the Sub-Collectors/Tahasildars/Block Development Officers and in other District Level Officers. A. 4. 3.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR FLOOD.04./R. 7. Distribution of Emergent Relief and G. CONSTITUTION OF FLOOD CIRCLES AND ZONES (Paragraph 51of ORC) A total of 14 Flood circles have been constituted. The Zone Officers shall be assisted the V. Recovery. with the effect from 1. etc.M. WIRELESS STATION (Paragraph 55 of O.2008 and the same will continue till 30.2008. crops. identification and cremation of dead bodies after inquest and disposal of carcass.2008 FUNCTIONING OF CONTROL ROOM (Paragraph 10 & 47 of ORC) Control Room is functioning in District Office with telephone No. 8. evacuation and shelter to people evacuated/rescued at safer places. in respect of each of the 14 blocks of the District under the charge of concerned Block Development Officers. Collection of statistics on damage to public properties.I.R. 1. causalities. Control Room will function round the clock in case of necessity. Supply of drinking water.Collector and Collector./Extension Officers/Junior Engineers of the Blocks have been kept in charge of different sub-zones as the Zone Officer. Sub. 90 . and supply of information.As. 2607842/ 2609059/1077 from 7. 2.C) All the Police Station and Out-posts in the Dist are equipped with VHF/HF for transmission of the flood / cyclone messages. Rescue operation. Additional Block Development Officers/P. Public relation and attending to VIPs. Transmission of message on the calamities to the proper quarters i.

Chaudwar Sadar Narsinghpur Baranga Banki-II Nischintakoili K. no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 District Control Room Kantapada Salipur Niali Mahanga Baramba Tigiria T. Nagar Narsinghpur Athagarh Banki Eranch Kasarada Sagadilo Collector (Mobile) with 2 hand sets. Name of the Locations Niali Kantapada Mahanga Banki Athagarh Head Quarter Total No. Block Tahasil SubCollector GP Office Mobile/Handset DEPLOYMENT OF POWER BOATS (Paragraph 53 of ORC) The 11 powerboats received from SRC last year are deployed at the following places.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 LIST OF LOCATION OF CIVIL VHF SYSTEM IN CUTTACK DISTRICT Sl. of power boats 3 1 1 2 1 3 11 Capacity 15 HP & 10 HP 15 HP 10 HP 15 HP & 10 HP 15 HP 10 HP & 75 HP 91 .

Sub. at the weak points. Mahanadi (South) Division/Mahanadi (North) Division/Prachi Divn. bamboos and bamboo mats etc. The Tahasildars and the BDOs shall issue suitable instructions to all the ferryghat leassee to keep their boats in readiness to be used at the time of emergency in the relief and rescue operation. Sub-Collectors have to make arrangements for deployment of country boats as and when required as per block-wise details given below. Private country boats available locally at different places have been identified by Block Development Officers to be utilized on hire basis in case of emergency. 92 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 PRESENT REQUIREMENT: The additional powerboats required for the district as follows: Name of the Block Sadar Banki-Dampara Banki Nischinta Koili Tigiria Athgarh Niali Kantapada Salipur Baranga Total Requirement of Power Boats 2 4 3 1 2 1 3 6 2 2 26 DEPLOYMENT OF COUNTRY BOATS (Paragraph 55 of ORC ) 267 country boats are required to be deployed at different vulnerable and strategic places for eventual relief and rescue operation. The lists of country boat owners have already been given in the plan.collectors and Tahasildars have to make arrangements for deployment of country boats as per the requirement. Executive Engineer. 11: WEAK / VULNERABLE POINTS (Paragraph 48 of ORC ) There are 56 numbers of weak/vulnerable points identified on the embankments of different rivers flowing in the District./Khurda Division/KendraPara Division have prepared contingent plans to combat the possible flood during 2008 along with detailed provision for keeping sufficient sand bags. the list of which is shown in the DDMP vide Chapter-VI.

CMC. The river embankments have been devided into readiness and each breach has been kept in charge of an Assistant Engier/ a Junior Engineer..H.20. Water Resources.R./Telephone/Messenger. The Executive Engineers of the Water Resources Department. Tahasildars and Block Development Officer who shall without loss of time disseminate the messages among the people through their respective agencies 93 .C.2001 of Engineer-in-chief.) Immediately on receipt of weather warnings and bulletin above high flood from the Metrological Center of the Government of India at Bhubaneshwar or from the Revenue Department/ Special Relief Commissioner..10.C.II. Lower Mahanadi Basin vide letter No.90 mtr in case of Test Relief Embankment. Executive Officers of U. other Agricultural Embankment and saline Embankment and 0. FLOOD BULLETIN ETC. the Sub-Collectors. The gauge readings at (i) Naraj (ii) Bellevue (River Kathajodi) and Mahanadi Barrage at Jobra (both up stream and down stream) will be transmitted by the flood control cell.F.Bs.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Criteria for the vulnerable points (1) Embankment at a specified reach/point having less free board i. Mahanadi South Division. the same shall be communicated to the superintendent of Police. (Paragraph 52 OF O.C. The Head Clerks of the Blocks are acting as Rain Recording Officers under the supervision of the respective Block Development Officers. When the gauge reading is fairly below the danger level. Gauge readings at the above Gauge stations shall be communicated to the Revenue Control Room through phone/Fax from the District Control Room.e. GAUGE READING (Paragraph 50 of O.R.R.) The gauge reading stations of different rivers are available at different places in the district as shown in Chapter. the same will be transmitted once a day by 5 P. (2) Where the embankments are below the standard section as communicated by the chief Engineer & Basin Manager. The rainfall reports from each rain recording station shall be transmitted to the District Control Room daily through V.L.20 mtr in case of Capital Embankment. RAIN RECORDING AND SUBMISSION OF RAINFALL REPORTS (Paragraph 49 of O. to the District Control Room every hour when the gauge reading is near or above danger level.) Rain recording stations are available in all the blocks of this district except Banki as the block office of BankiDompada has a rain recording station in the same headquarters.13377 (we) dt. less than 1. DC. DISSEMINATION OF WEATHER REPORTS.M.

Oil at the following points of this District. STORAGE OF FOODSTUFF IN INTERIOR AREAS (Paragraph 57 of O.R. Cuttack. STORAGE OF FOOD AND KEROSINE OIL IN INTERIOR POCKETS QUANTITY TO BE STORED RICE K-OIL 200 lts 200 lts 200 lts 200 lts 200 lts 100 lts 100 lts 100 lts 200 lts 200 lts 200 lts 200 lts 200 lts 400 lts 200 lts 200 lts 200 lts 200 lts 1000 lts 1000 lts 1000 lts 500 lts 500 lts 7.500 lts SL. mudhi.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 and caution them so that they will be in readiness to shift to flood shelters or other safer places in the event of high floods. Civil Supplies Officer. bread. match box etc.Chaudwar Sadar Salipur Tigiria Banki NAC Banki-I Banki-II 200 qlts 200 qlts 200 qlts 200 qlts 200 qlts 100 qlts 100 qlts 100 qlts 200 qlts 200 qlts 200 qlts 200 qlts 200 qlts 400 qtls 200 qlts 200 qlts 200 qlts 200 qtls 500 qlts 1000 qlts 500 qlts 1000 qlts 500 qlts Total 7.000 qlts 94 . will also be asked to refer to the special weather/flood bulletin of T. Other dry foods like chuda.C. will be arranged immediately for distribution among the marooned people in the event of high floods or cyclones.V. The people. has already kept 7000 quintals of rice and 7500 liters of K.) To ensure that food grains/foodstuff are available in the interior areas which are likely to become inaccessible during flood.NO NAME OF THE BLOCK NAME OF THE STRATEGIC PLACE 1 2 3 Baranga Mahanga Kantapada Fulunakhara Baranga RN Vidyapitha(Kotapada) Goudagop Govindapur Uttarana Postala Brahmansailo Kasarada Suneimuhan Pahanga Sithalo Sanatanpur GP Nemalo Nuapatna Dadhibamanapur Purunahat Bandalo. and other necessities like candle./Radio during such periods. gur. Badanauput GP Banki Town Baideswar Ratagarh Jatamundia Gopalpur 4 Niali 5 6 7 8 9 9 10 11 Nischintakoili T.

Brendra Nath Dhal OAS (I). DRDA. the assistance of army personnel may be necessary for relief and rescue operation.Collector Sadar. Sub Collector.R. For smooth management of rescue and relief operation. MCL. Cuttack Shri Hari Ballav Mishra.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 SELECTION OF FLOOD SHELTERS (Paragraph 60 of O. temporary flood shelters shall also be constructed with bamboos. (J B). Cuttack Shri R.) In the flood prone areas.C. Sub. (J B). IAS. Excise Superintendent. (J B). have been selected for providing immediate shelter to the people on evacuation from the flood-affected areas. ARRANGEMENTS FOR ARMY ASSISTANCE (Paragraph 61 & 69 of O.R. necessary arrangements shall be made to requisition the army to assist the civil authorities through Special Relief Commissioner / Government following the procedure laid down under Paragraphgraph 61 and 69 of the Orissa Relief Code DISTRIBUTION OF DUTIES TO THE OFFICERS AT THE DISTRICT HEAD QUARTERS For the purpose of supervision of relief and rescue operation in the event of any natural calamity. Sub Collector. Narsingpur Block and to be stationed at Baramba In charge of Salepur. (J B). buildings belonging to Government. DRDA. the Sub-Collectors have been instructed to constitute Relief Parties in advance indicating their area of jurisdiction. RD. DPC.) In the event of floods. The employees of the local Government offices shall be included in such relief parties. Cuttack Shri Lagnajit Ray OAS (I). SSA. Banki. (J B). Mahanga and Nischintakoli Block and to be stationed at Mahanga In charge of Sadar. educational institutions etc. tarpaulins etc.C. (ADMIN) Shri Joyti Prakash Das OAS (I). APD. OAS (1)(S B). OAS (I)(S B) ADM-I Cuttack Shri Jameswar Sahoo. Tangi-Choudwar and Baranga Block & to be stationed at Sadar Block Over all supervision of Sadar Sub Division and in charge of CMC and Choudwar Municipality In charge of Banki Sub Division 95 .R. HUDCO. Cuttack Shri Umakanta Tripathy OAS (I). TATA etc.) In case of severe and wide spread calamity. ADM-II. Shri Bijay Kumar Rath OAS (I). School cum Cyclone Shelters are already constructed and handed over to the concerned school authorities by the Government and other executing agencies like NALCO.P Patil. OAS (I)(S B) PD.C. Athagarh Shri. In such contingency. the distribution of the area among the senior officers of the district administration has been made as follows: Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Name and Designation of Officers Shri Udayanath Nayak. In case of an emergency. NGOs will also be involved in the programmed. Area of Operation Over all supervision of Sadar Sub-Division & Athagarh Sub Division Over all charges of Banki Sub Division & to be stationed at Sob-Collector’s Office Banki Niali & Kantapada Block and to be stationed at Niali Over all supervision of Athagarh Sub-Division & in charge of Athagarh and Tigiria Block In charge of Baramba. Cuttack. it will be necessary to rescue marooned people and distribute emergency relief to the people affected by the calamity. ORGANISATION OF RELIEF PARTIES FOR RESCUE AND RELIEF OPERATION (Paragraph 60 of O. These can also be used as Shelter places.

R. everyday will collect the required flood information. Chief District Veterinary Officer will issue necessary instruction in this regard. The V. DISPOSAL OF DEAD BODIES (Paragraph 73 of ORC) The dead bodies of human beings. DRINKING WATER (Paragraph 64 OF O. for cremation or burial. carcasses of cattle and other animals shall be buried by the Animal Resources Development Department. Similarly. Chief District Medical Officer.M.) There are altogether 18481tube wells running and 878 are defunct at different blocks of Cuttack District. vehicles may be required for sending the relief parties and relief materials including foodstuff to the affected areas.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Besides.W. shall ordinarily be made over to their relatives and friends. Health Department. if any. TRANSPORT In the event of any Natural Calamity.M. Cuttack will issue necessary instructions to their officer and staff in the field in this regard.C. EE R. When there are no claimants for dead bodies.S. those shall be cremated/buried at the Government cost i. during and after the natural calamity. Besides.R.L. to District Control Room.S have already been requested to repair the defunct tube wells in a war-footing manner. DAILY REPORTING OF FLOOD SITUATION (Paragraph 71 of O. found in the flood-affected areas in case of high flood.e. other line department officers will also pass on the information relating to their department officers who will also pass on the information relating to their department to the respective Block Development Officers. Details of Tube Well position in Chapter-II. The Block Development Officers will compile and transmit the information as per the format of the daily situation report through the nearest police wireless by 3 P. if available.Ws and Extension Officers who will furnish the same to the Block Office by 2 P.C) As per Paragraph 71 of Orissa Relief Code instructions have been separately issued for submission of daily situation report by the Block Development Officer/Tahasildars in the prescribed format through wireless message from the date of occurrence of the flood till after 3 days of the abatement of flood. The Regional Transport Officer will make requisition and provide such vehicles with the help of his enforcement staff as per the requirement. 96 . other officers and staff will perform such duties as would be allocated prior to.

C) Damage caused by any Natural Calamity to the private and public properties and loss of life are assessed by the Revenue Agency.R. RESTORATION OF COMMUNICATION AND POWER SUPPLY (Paragraph 86 of ORC) In case of high floods. The other departments will similarly assess their losses and submit reports within the stipulated time. Transportation and distribution of relief materials may require police protection.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGE (Paragraph 74 to 77 of O. The Tahasildars are to collect such information with the help of his staff through the local enquiry. The Superintendent of Police will issue necessary instruction to all Inspector officer/officer officers in the District in the direction of maintenance of law and order in such eventuality and to render necessary assistance to the District/Sub-Divisional authorities for smooth management of relief and rescue operation. the communication and power supply to the affected areas are usually cut off. LAW AND ORDER In case of occurrence of any Natural Calamity. there is change of law and order problems. The respective departments will take immediate steps for restoration of the communication as well as power supply after abatement of flood. The Block Development Officers and the Extension Officers in this wok if necessary will assist them and officers may be specially deputed by the Collector to assist the Tahsildars in this work where there is large-scale damage. 97 . This report of damages would be submitted without delay.

Telephone 2. It is of utmost importance that the cyclone warnings should be relayed to all the Subordinate Offices without delay for wise publicity of the information and initiating preventive measures.C. It shall be the responsibility of Radio Inspectors District Public Relation Officers and Block Development Officer to ensure that community Radio sets are kept in working and specific persons are nominated to listen to at the village level and communicate the same to all the villagers. The following modes of communication are available now. the warnings shall be communicated through police Gram Rakhi/Constables/Special messengers. The Superintendent of Police (Signal) will arrange for communicating the warning messages through wireless and the Sub-Inspector of Police Officer to communicate the information to all the villages in the jurisdiction of the police station. Radio 5.H.O. 98 . Police Wireless/V.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR CYCLONE -2008 The unprecedented super cyclone in October 1999 compelled preparation of a sound and exhaustive contingent plan for cyclone. are immediately communicated to all the villages likely to be affected. telegraph etc. Weather bulletin will also be broadcast repeatedly by All India Radio / T. The person so nominated will be the Sarpanch / Panchayat Secretary/Headmaster of Primary Schools etc. In respect of all villages where there is no scope of communication through telephone. will communicate the same to the village officers/Executive Officers/ Sarpanches for communication to the public. Television It shall be the responsibility of the Tahasildars and Block Development Officers concerned that the cyclone warnings.F 4. For this purpose villages where telephone connection are available should be identified in advance and reported by concerned Sub-Collectors to the Collector. The Collector usually gets a special alert message from the STORM WARNING CENTRE. 1. Telephones to communicate the warnings to public call officer and the person of the P. Telegraph 3. wherever a depression forms in Bay of Bengal. This is followed by second stage warnings when there is actual threat of cyclone over the area. It will be responsibility of the Divisional Engineer. on receipt.V.

I. Roads and Buildings Department.I.V. Officers of Electricity Department Concerned P. ACTION TO BE TAKEN AFTER RECEIPT OF SECOND WARNING All the District Level Officers. Immediately on receipt of first warning. The Chief District Medical officer shall also obtain sufficient stocks for purifying of drinking water wells and tanks with chlorine. 99 . for discussions for taking necessary steps to meet the situation. Agricultural Officers. Police. like Block Development Officers. diesel. Cuttack shall make arrangements for the withdrawal of rice etc. He should also take steps to requisition sufficient stocks of petrol. and kerosene in local outlets on Government accounts. Officers. Drainage.W.D.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 It shall be the responsibility of the officer in-charge of Control Room to ensure that all instructions and provisions contained in the cyclone plan are communicated to all concerned and the plan put into operation immediately after receipt of cyclone warning messages.W. from the F.C. Assistant Engineers of Irrigation Department. the Collector shall call the meeting of the cyclone committee and review the preparation for emergency procedures.D. The Municipal authorities shall take steps to keep maximum possible quantity of water in overhead reservoirs of the Municipal water works wherever existing.. P. The R. Circle Inspector of Police shall meet the Tahasildar in his Control Room.T. and R. in order to dispatch these to the affected areas. The committee meets almost weekly thereafter till the emergency ceasefire. The Civil Supplies Officer.T. The roads and building Department keep sufficient men and truck to clear the roads of all obstructions due to fallen trees etc. shall report before the Collectorate Control Room immediately after receipt of the 2nd warnings either by official message or on All India Radio/T.O. The Health Department shall keep the teams of Doctors ready with stocks of medicine required to undertake relief measures. M. The Regional Transport Officer shall requisition adequate number of trucks and buses and keep ready. So also the officers at Tahasil level. The post and Telegraphic authorities keep required men and materials ready for moving into the areas at short notice for restoring communications. in consultation with the Additional District Magistrate (Relief) requisition sufficient Government Vehicles of various Departments and keep them ready.O. Revenue and Health Department personnel remain alert round the clock. Similarly the water tankers available with the Municipality should be kept ready.V.

The connections will be given on priority basis to Collector’s Office. The Sub divisional Engineer. to initiate health measures in the Municipal area shall be the responsibility of the Municipality. The Chief District Medical Officer should arrange moving of Medical Teams with sufficient medicines to the affected areas. Hospitals. The most important task is to open up the roads and clear fallen trees. Telephones shall take steps to restore connections at least in the District and Tahasil and Sub-Divisional Headquarters most expeditiously. The Tahasildars shall take immediate steps to assess the damages caused. and Chief District Medical Officer and other Government Offices. water works and other Government Offices. for air dropping of food and other supplies to the marooned villages when necessity arises. Tahasil Headquarters and Block headquarters will get priority. The Collectorate Control Room shall take steps to enlist the services of AIR FORCE or NAVY HELICOPTORS. Municipality. Private Hospitals will get next priority. The most practical and effective way is to permit the local villages to cut the trees and remove the wood for themselves. The Executive Engineers R & B shall take steps to clear the roads by removing the fallen trees any wherein the District. The Electricity Department shall take steps to clear the roads of fallen electric poles and to restore power supply on priority basis to Collector’s Office.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 POST CYCLONE MEASURES The following measures shall be taken immediately after the cyclone. The Telegraphs Department shall immediately move their personnel to restore the telegraph communications. The Regional Transport Officer should contact the Additional District Magistrate (Relief) for fulfilling the requirement of further vehicles on requisition. Hospital. They should also make arrangements to organize feeding Centers in Relief Camps. Office of the Superintendent of Police Headquarters. Tahasil Office. The staff working in the Panchayat Samities and other local offices shall be requisitioned for the purposes and special teams constituted for the assessment of loss of human life and damage to houses and other properties. 100 .

Cuttack Leakage of Working molten metal & fire Leakage of Working molten metal & fire Fire & Explosion Not working Fire & Explosion Working Working Working Working Working Leakage of Chlorine Petroleum products Fire & Explosion Petroleum products Fire & Explosion Petroleum products Fire & Explosion 101 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CONTINGENCY PLAN INDUSTRIAL HAZARDS Nothing is more disaster to industry than serious accident of fire. Cuttack 7 Sikharpur.1948 every occupier shall with the approval of Chief inspector of Factories draw up an on-site Emergency plan for the industry. Major Industries of the District: S. Fire or explosions can lead to uncontrolled release of smoke and combustion products. Under section 41B of Factories Act. When the consequences goes beyond the boundary of an industry effecting the general public in its vicinity and the environment. the Dist. Charbatia are to be dealt carefully from the industrial hazard point of view. Number and severity of industrial disaster and risk owing to fire or explosion are increasing with growing industrialization. Sadar 6 Sikharpur. Indian charge chrome Ltd Shivani Vanaspati Ltd Mahaveer Vanaspati Pvt Ltd Suvochem Industries Pvt Ltd Indian Oil Corporation Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Bharat Petroleum Corporation Private Private Private Private Private PSU PSU PSU Steel Industry Charge chrome Vanaspati Vanaspati Phenyl Petroleum products Petroleum products Petroleum products Iron Charge chrome Vanaspati Ghee Vanaspati Ghee Dichlorophenol Kapursingh. it should complement each other. When the effects of an emergency remains within the boundary of an industry. but the chemical industries at Jagatpur Industrial estate. which are hazardous in nature. it is termed as off-site Emergency. it is termed as on-site emergency. Authority is to draw off-site Emergency plan of the District under Chemical Accident (Emergency planning. Even though. Preparedness & Response) Rules 1996. Though the on-site Emergency Plan & Off-site Emergency Plan are distinctly different. explosion or release of hazardous substances to surroundings. Cuttack district has not played a major contribution in the industrial growth of orissa. Cuttack 8 Sikharpur. Similarly. new industries coming out in Athgarh Sub Division & ARC. Cuttack 4 Cuttack Sadar 5 Jagatpur.I Name of the Block Name of the Industries Government/ Private Type of industry Production Hazardous / chemical accidents Remarks 1 2 3 Athagarh Choudwar Municipality Arati Steels Ltd.

The environment which includes land.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 S. Chemical leaks or explosions occuring in industrial facilities. livestock and crops in the nearby vicinity are at risk. Hazardus substance released into the air or water can travel long distances and cause 102 . The fire spreading in the Industry and the residential areas nearby Heat conditions Chemical Gas leak (poisons) Combustion of various products and heat waves Low oxygen levels Falling of structural elements and machinery Contamination of the nearby environment (land. water and air will get polluted. Mania 16 Tangi Choudwar. residents of nearby settlements.I Name of the Block Name of the Industries Government/ Private Type of industry Production Hazardous / chemical accidents Remarks Jagatpur. Athgarh 11 Anantapur Athgarh 12 Kanderei Athagarh 9 PEPSI Maheswari Steel RAWMET KVK Neelachal Power Plant Private Private Private Private Private Private Soft Drinks Steel Industry Steel Industry Power Power Cement Soft Drinks Iron Sponge Iron Thermal Power Thermal Power Cement Fire Leakage of molten metal & fire Leakage of molten metal & fire Fire & Explosion Fire & Explosion Likage of hazardous gas and Fire Explosion Fire Explosion Fire explosion Working Working Working Under Progress Under Progress Working 13 Naraj Marthapur TATA Power Baranga 14 TangiChowdar (Biswali) 15 Tangi Choudwar. Mania OCL Cement RSB Transmission India limited (Auto Components) WELSPUN Private Private Auto Steel and power Auto Steel and power Under Progress Under Progress In the event of fires. water and air) Elements at Risk: The Industrial set up and its near environment is under immediate threat. Cuttack 10 Khuntuni. people are exposed to the following dangers. Employees of work place.

(See the notification in next page. fire or release of toxins in the air the geographical spread can be high. water supply and land. heart failure. water. genetic disorders. In case of explosion. In order to deal with major chemical accidents and to assist in preparation of District off-site emergency plan the District Crisis Group has already been formed and notified. Health effects are described in terms of the system or organ getting affected and may include cancer. Fire can spread to a larger area and may cause deaths by burns and asphyxiation. injured and would require immediate treatment. brain damage. congenial (present since birth) disorders etc. Particular areas may become uninhabitable due to the damage caused to the environment.) 103 . Physical Causality Environmental Typical Effects: Physical damage: Damage to structures and infrastructure. Causalities: Many people maybe killed. skin contact and ingestion. Large scale disasters will threaten the ecological system. land and standing crops may occur. making it uninhabitable for humans.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 contamination of air. eye exposure. Environmental: Contamination of air. deformation. The routes of exposure in chemical accidents are inhalation. dysfunction of immune system.

RWSS I & II 14. Cuttack 15. I Shri D. The Vice President ICCL. R. Sadar. Mayer. Cuttack 13. Athagarh. Superintendent.C. Civil Defence. Suvo Chem Industries Pvt. M. Preparedness and Response) Rule 1996. Representative of Factories 20. Dy. EE. 22. Cuttack 3. Orissa State Pollution Control Board.2005 NOTIFICATION In accordance with Rule-8 of Chemical Accidents (Emergency Planning. OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR: CUTTACK 579 / Emgy. Cuttack City. Cuttack do hereby constitute the District Crisis Group in respect of Cuttack District with the following members. Addl. Director of factories & Boilers. Cuttack 11. Athgarh 5. Cuttack 7. Cuttack 12. Asst. District Project Officer. Manager India Oil Corporation Limited.B. District Fire Office. Cuttack Municipal Corporation. Chaudwar. S. BBSR 18. 25. District Magistrate 4. Choudwar. Controller. Sikharpur. Cuttack 23.D Arati Steel. 21. 1. Cuttack 16. District Emergency Officer 9. Regional Transport Officer. CDMO. Cuttack 6. Commandant. Sikharpur. Cuttack 8. Cuttack 19. DRMP 10. Manager Hindustan Petroleum Corpon. Ltd. Hon’ble MLA. ODRAF. District Magistrate & Collector. Chairman Member Secretary Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member 104 .. Medical College. Ghantikhal. Jagatpur. Cuttack 17. Collector & District Magistrate 2.O.Dt:12. Sikharpur. Superintendent of Police. 24. Singh. Manager. IAS. District Agriculture Officer. Cuttack 20. District Labour Officer.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 NO. DIPRO. Manager Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.K.04. Ltd.

Forward the report of Chemical accident within 15 days to the State Crisis Group. the District Crisis Group shall: Prepare and update the District Off-site Emergency Plan.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 The District Crisis Group being the Apex Body in the District to deal with measures to prevent Chemical Accidents. 1996. 105 . Without prejudice the function specified above. Educate the population likely to be affected in a chemical accident about the remedies and existing preparedness in the area. in this behalf under Sub-section (1) of Section-10 of the Environment (Protection) Act. The Members of the District Crisis Group shall be deemed to be persons empowered by the Central Govt. Review all the on-site Emergency Plans prepared by units of Major Accident Hazards installation for the preparation of the District off-site Emergency plan. Conduct at least one full-scale mock drill of a chemical accident at a site each year and forward report on the strength and weakness of the plan to the State Crisis Group. Ensure continuous information flow from the district to State and Central Crisis Group regarding accident situation and mitigation efforts as and when arises. Monitor every Chemical accident. Respond to all public enquiries on the subject. Assist the District Administration in Management of Chemical Accidents at a site lying within the district. The District Crisis Group shall ordinarily meet in every 45 days and meeting of the District Crisis Group will be convened by the Member Secretary in consultation with the Chairman.

The experience of last devastated Super Cyclone in the year 1999 having lashed the coastal districts of the state compel us for proper planning to tackle any such situation in future. more vehicles and labours are provided basically for transportation of pump sets. one Tractor and one Jeep are allotted to the Control Room to manage exigencies. Normally. Each shift is supervised by an officer. cyclone and epidemics. 106 . Flood. The monsoon generally starts in the month of June and ends I the month of October. Cyclone during the year 2008 in Cuttack Municipal Corporation area. the contingent plan is prepared to meet any natural calamity. So in case of a natural calamity. The Control Room of Cuttack Municipal Corporation operates mainly to collect and transmit information concerning a natural calamity and relief and interact with the concerned agencies who are involve in relief operation. So. One Junior Assistant who is assisted by other two Class-IV employees manages each shift. water logging. In each shift. Additional labour is also provided. rescue and relief operation becomes a challenging job for the administration. relief materials. Operation of Control Room: The Control Room is intended to be the nerve centre of all emergency activities and therefore. The contingent plan consisting of preventive measures on relief operation and rehabilitation and restorations to combat the menace apprehended from natural calamities namely. Keeping the peculiar problems of the City in view and experience of the past. At times of emergency. is to be adequately equipped and optimally located. flash flood. The Control Room is functioning round the clock in three shifts. The Deputy Commissioner is in over all the Control Room and he is responsible for implementing the standard operation procedure.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CUTTACK CITY CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR WATER LOGGING-2008 Cuttack is a very old City and it has developed over the years in a very unplanned manner. for movement of parties to locations and clearing of chocks in the drains. During the monsoon rain or when we receive early warning of Cyclone. we remain prepared to tackle the disasters like flood. 80% of the total rain occurs during the months from June to October. Again there is possibility of flood in river the Mahanadi and the Katajodi in case of heavy rain fall in the catchments areas. Flood or heavy rain. it is imperative that. technical personnels like Assistant Engineers and Junior Engineers are tagged to the Control Room to take care of exigencies. The City has developed over a thousand years and more without any proper planning. Lack of planning has resulted in emergence of various problems of which discharge of storm water is mot important.

the vulnerable low-lying pockets in the City have been identified where the movable pump sets will be deployed immediately on requirement. assisted by his Works Sarkars is responsible for operation of the pumps in his ward. arrangement has been made to provide tractors. The pump drivers of Cuttack Municipal Corporation have been assigned duties specifically to operate the pumps in different wards at the time of need. Pump sets will be pre-positioned in different locations where there is possibility of water logging in case of heavy rain by 1st week of June. The concerned Junior Engineers of the wards shall monitor the deployment and operation of pumps. The Pump Drivers and concerned ward Junior Engineers will be in charge of such pumps. In order to carry the pumps to the desired sites. PUMPS INSTALLED AT DIFFE-RENT PLACES OF CUTTACK CITY CATEGORY A (PERMANENTPUMPINGSTATION) SL NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 WARD NO 2 3 9 11 34 37 38 40 43 45 Name of the Location Sivajee Nagar Stand post Wireless stand post AmalaClub Deer park standpost Jobra Stand post Shyamsundar matha Khannagar Standpost Kaliaboda standpost Matagajpur Zero Point Total No of Pump Sets 2 2 1 1 2 1 4 2 3 1 19 nos No. loaders and coolies by the Health Section of Cuttack Municipal Corporation. Each Junior Engineer. An office order to this effect has been issued to all concerned. 2008. Of HP 14 65 10 5 14 10 50 15 HP& 5HP 65HP & Two 32Hp 32 107 .CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Deployment of Pumps/Operation of Sluice Gates : Basing on the past experience.

Deula Sahi Bai Mundi Nurshing Home Immampada Dhoba Sahi.B MOVABLE PUMP’SETS WITH PROBABLE SITES WHERE TO BE INSTALLED Sl no 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Location Bidanasi Kumbhar Sahi (Tarini Bihar) Sundei.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 PUMPS INSTALLED AT DIFFERENT PLACES OF CUTTACK CITY CATEGORY .Mishra Res) Gobar Gadia All India Radio Annpurna Theatre Chunabhati Gali Ganga Mandir Ganga Mandir Chandan Pokhari Makarba Sahi Near manik Babu Residence Gamamiya Gali Rausapatna Samanta Sahi Ward no 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 7 8 8 8 8 8 9 10 10 11 11 11 12 13 13 13 16 17 17 18 19 19 HP of Pump 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 14 5 5 5 10 5 10 5 5 10 10 5 5 5 14 14 5 10 5 5 5 10 5 5 5 15 14 5 5 5 5 5 108 .N. Raghunathjew Idga Upper Police Colony Raghunath jew college Idga Hatuasahi Tulasipur Gada Hatuasahi gada Infront of Akhandalamni Mandira Bila Sahi Kanika Chhak Kafla Mohanty Pada Ramgarh Reba Baghicha Mahammadiabazzar Sadar Tahasil Office Kaligali Bidhu Thakurani lane State Cooperative Bank Field Habib Pokhari Jagganath ballav.P Das Residence Durga nurshing Home Deer park(R.Kasi Jena House Justice B.

no 23 Dharma dutta Pokhari Amiya Mohanty lane. Road Sagadia Sahi Hanuman Mandira Shanti Hospital Thoria Sahi Bikram Lodge Board high School Mirkamlapatna (near Masjid) Naik Sahi Mini Namuna Lane Siba Khuntia House.B.Bamphi sahi Partap Mishra lane.raja bagicha Pratap Mohanty Res Mali Sahi Amber Lane Khuntia lane Biswal Lane Suna Dei Mandir Dr.Shri Vihar Nagar Mangala Temple Chhatra Bazzar High School Plaza Colony Pania pada Parida Sahi Sanakrpur Keshab Rout Satya Sai Seva Niketan Ward no 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 21 21 22 23 23 23 23 23 23 24 24 24 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 26 26 26 26 26 26 29 29 29 29 30 30 30 30 33 HP of Pump 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 14 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 10 14 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 10 14 5 5 5 5 5 109 .N. Amarendra Mishra lane Rathanath rath Res.Jhangiri Mangala Corporators Residence lane w.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Sl no 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 Location Dhobi lane Brundaban gada Dillip Mulia lane Hong Kong Hotel Lane Haripur Haripur Tara Atta Kala Bepari Sahi Badhei sahi Deepa Sahoo Lane Buxi Bazzar Kumbhar Sahi Kathagadasahi Kumbhar Sahi Hazari Lane Jhanjiri Mangala Lunia Sahi Mangu Rout lane B. Mallick Lane.K.

2007 wherein almost 437mm. 110 . the heavy rains of 5th & 6 th August. We will seek assistance of Mahanadi Coalfield Ltd. etc..Jobra Jobra Matha Sahi Raheman Chhak Majhi Sahi Ananda Vihar Kaibalya Vihar Ananda Vihar Shya. Specific duty arrangements have been made among the Asst. There are certain permanent pumping stations from where storm/ drain water of specific areas is pumped out into the rivers around the City. Engineers /Jr.Cuttack M. Sundar Matha High Court Colony Gauda Sahi Sikharpur Tala Sahi Kamalakanta Sahi Dula Dei Temple Kamalakanta Vidya Pitha Kamalakanta Vidhya Pitha Sikharpur Tala Sahi Fakirpur Paga Sahi Frozen Simen Centre. of high capacity electric pumps to be used in emergency. Engineers to see operation of these pump sets and operate the sluice gates in time. Orissa Lift Irrigation Corporation. The Cuttack Municipal Corporation has procured 4 no. fuel is supplied to the Pump Drivers. on the requisition of the concerned Junior Engineers to operate the pumps for certain hours.G. These areas being low-lying are prone to water logging. of rain water gathered over the city. Junior Engineers have also been instructed to operate pump sets in their respective areas as and when situation demands for draining of water using pump sets.M Nrusingha House A.Colony Gopalpur Nua Sahi Bhanpur Gopalpur Ward no 33 33 34 34 34 36 36 36 37 37 38 39 39 39 39 39 40 41 41 43 44 44 44 45 46 47 47 HP of Pump 5 5 5 5 5 5 14 14 5 5 5 5 5 5 14 14 15 5 14 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 As and when warning of heavy rain is received. in shape of heavy duty pumps to meet emergency situations. Khapuria Rajendra Nagar ITI Campus. Taking into account.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Sl no 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 Location Nigamanada Matha Pala Mandap.

s.11. Cuttack Municipal Corporation has 54 no.S. Teams have already been formed with the employees of Cuttack Municipal Corporation vide this office order No.C. In M.06. 5 no. They shall report the situation and action taken from time to time to Municipal Commissioner.2008 to conduct relief and rescue operation as and when required. of JCBs.W. of small earth mover. of Trucks. Matagajpur have been repaired and greased for smooth operation during high flood situation. of Road Rollers. of country boats.S. 3 no. 3 no.S. of Autos. The Government in Housing & Urban Development Department has also been requested to place funds with Cuttack Municipal Corporation for procurement of heavy duty pumps. The sluice gats at Khannagar. 13 no. operations.-I.C. Arrangements have been made to deploy six number of gate operators for three shifts at each gate during flood situation. The Executive Engineer shall keep sand bags in readiness to seal the breaches in embankments wherever necessary. The Tractors. 3 no.S.S. of Jeeps (both hired & own).5567 dtd. water is also discharged to Kathajori at Matagajpur.-II is discharged to Mahanadi at Guluguli and to Taladanda Canal at Zero Point. 111 .W. ODRAFT will also be requested to provide machineries as well as manpower to tackle the pre & post disaster situations. 2 no. Arrangements have also been made to operate the gates at Guluguli. 2 no.C. Engineers to oversee the timely operation of sluice gates at these points. The most important source of draining of storm water are the main drains namely M.W.C. 1 no.W. At time of emergency District Magistrate will be requested to provide vehicles for relief etc. The storm water of M. This M. though not sufficient can be utilized for relief operation. of Hydraulic Ladder at our disposal. Jeeps. Supervision of City Engineer/ Executive Engineers : The Executive Engineer-I & II will strictly supervise the operation in respect of their respective wards round the clock and City Engineer will have over all supervision. Trucks.C.-I & II and B. Relief/Rescue Operation: Relief operation may be required after heavy rain or cyclone. The Executive Engineers will also arrange for two no. of Tractors (both hired & own). power saws and high capacity generators for use in case of emergency.W. the storm water is discharged to the river Kathajodi through the sluice gate at Khannagar and also to Taladanda Canal at Matru Bhawan. of excavators. 2007 we are to be always on preparedness to drain out water immediately from the water logged areas. Zero Point and Jobra at the time of need.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 In view of the topography of our City and recurrence of rain of the type we had on 5th & 6th August. Specific duties have been allotted to the respective Junior Engineers & Asst. The sand bags will be stored in strategic locations to be transported to the spot immediately.

O. ORS packets. Health Officer shall supervise the function of health teams in all respects round the clock and report to Municipal Commissioner. it has been decided to use the Govt. which the venders are selling on the streets. The Health Officer shall supply required number of Coolies and Tractors to the Control Room for transpiration of pump sets. Diarrhoea and Dysentery at the time of emergency. Mayor. The Health Officer has prepared a list of medicines required in case of breakout of epidemics usually associated with the monsoon. He is also directed to check the foodstuff like Dahibara. He is to destroy all the noxious foods found in the hotel. restaurants and venders in the streets. He has been directed to keep required quantity of medicines. etc for use at the time of emergency.S. The Food Inspector will visit to all the hotels. buildings/schools in each ward as shelter houses. restaurants and check the quality of foodstuff. This year we also expect active cooperation from the Corporators and guidance of Mayor and Deputy Mayor to tackle the challenging work of disaster management. Medical Officers in Municipal Dispensaries have been directed to remain alert to face the situation. Informations received from the Corporators. in respect of their wards have been very important in selecting the locations of relief operation as well as dewatering.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Health & Sanitation: The Health Officer shall open a separate control room in his office to combat occurrence of Epidemic. Aludum. The Sanitary Inspectors are directed to report about the outbreak of epidemic in any area immediately to the Health Officer. 112 . disinfectors. in advance on orders from authority. Deputy Mayor and the Corporators have played a very vital role in mitigating the calamities. Finance Section: The Finance Officer and the teams of officials in Accounts Section shall take steps to procure relief materials in consultation with C. He shall keep all the staff namely Sanitary Inspectors. Gupchup. etc. Halogen tablets. for attending to the grievances of general public like cleaning of drains during flood and rain etc. Previously. Petrol Pump: The petrol pump shall be open round the clock and POL as and when required on requisition shall be supplied for relief operation. there is adequate stock of Diesel/Petrol for any eventuality situation during the period June to November 2008. At times of calamity if it will be required to shift the people to safer places. The In-charge petrol pump shall see that. The Health Officer and Asst. Sweepers. Mates working under him in readiness during the time of rain.

buildings with heavy roofs (more vulnerable than light weight structures). the total loss of life was 13. with sudden impact and without any warning sign.9 on Richter Scale. Elements at Risk: Location of settlements in an Earthquake prone area. as per Orissa Earthquake Vulnerability Map.805 and 12. Worst Earthquake experienced in India: On 26th January 2001 a devastating Earthquake occurred in the KACHCHHE district of the state GUJRAT. Dense collection of weak buildings with high occupancy. Cuttack City under seismic Zone-III: Cuttack City is coming under Zone-III of seismic vulnerability. and (v) knowledge networking on international and national best practices among all cities and urban centers. Board components of the programme are (i) awareness generation. The Ministry of Home. (iv) capacity building at all levels.05. Extensive research has been conducted in recent decades but there is no accepted method of Earthquake pre-dection as on date. (iii) development of a techno-legal regime. day or night. poor quality and maintenance of buildings Weak or flexible storey intending for packing purpose. rubble. Even though the city has not experienced any major earthquake till date but the probability of any such occurrence need not be underestimated.198 houses were damaged. The population of the Cuttack City is around six lakhs. Non-engineered buildings constructed by earth. GOI is implementing the Urban Earthquake Vulnerability Reduction Programme (UVERP) in Cuttack since 2004. The Earthquake measured a magnitude of M 6. especially on soft ground. Onset type and warning: Earthquake is a sudden onset hazard. on area prone to landslides or along fault lines.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR EARTHQUAKE-2008 Earthquake: An Earthquake is a series of underground shock waves and movements on the earth’s surface caused by natural processes writhing earth crust. According to official estimates. (ii) development of preparedness and response plans at the community. 113 . The programme aims at formulation of Medium & long-term strategies to reduce the vulnerability and losses arising from a possible earthquake striking the city. They occur at any time of year.

UNDP-OSDMA 9. The Committees formed are as follows. Cuttack as convenor. Cuttack with Collector. District Project Officer. City Earthquake Disaster Management Committee headed by Revenue Divisional Commissoner (CD). Chief District Medical Officer. Municipal Corporation. three committees such as. Revenue Divisional Commissioner 2. D. Cuttack 3. Representative of Builders Association 12. Cuttack 8. Cuttack 11. DIG of Police. Cuttack and City Earthquake Enforcement Committee. Development Authority 5.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Vulnerable Map: Formation of Disaster Management Committees at Various level: To implement this programme successfully. Vice – Chairman. Cuttack 10.I.O. Cuttack Development Authority have already been formed since May.R. Cuttack (CMC) 4. Superintendent of Police. Cuttack 7. District Town Planning Officer 114 Chairman Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member . Commissioner. DRMP. City Earthquake Preparedness Committee headed by Commissoner. City Earthquake Disaster Management Committee: 1. (CR). 2004. District Fire Officer. headed by Vice Chairman.P. SCB Medical College 6. Superintend. Municipal Corporation.

PHD-I. Municipal Corporation/ Municipality 3.Bank. 7. 2. Planning Member. Vice – Chairman. Deputy Controller. CESCO. BBSR Chairperson Member Member Member Member Member Member Member 115 . Cuttack 18. 3. Representative of N. Roads and Buildings 14. Cuttack 4. 4. HoD. Cuttack 15. Four Corporators (Two Women) 12. 6. Sub – Collector 10. CDVO 9. General Manager (TD) of BSNL. Civil Defense. Representative of Civil Defence 5. Municipal Commissioner Sub – Collector and Sub – Divisional Magistrate Asst. Executive Engineer. Commandant. (U Co. Development Authority Representative.Os 13. Town Planning Officer Lead Bank Officer. Civil Engineering Deptt. Fire Officer. Collector and District Magistrate Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Convener City Earthquake Preparedness Committee: 1. 5. Cuttack 16. Local State Centre. Municipal Corporation Chairperson Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Convener City Earthquake Enforcement committee: 1. Institute of Engineers. District Public Information Officer 14. CDMO 8. Cuttack) Representative of New India Assurance Company Secretary. Executive Engineer. CI of Schools 7. Cuttack 19. 8. Municipal Engineer. Representative of two Civil Society Organization 6. Commissioner.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 13. Local Engineering School/ College 15. ODRAF. Executive Engineer. Additional executive Officer.G. Development Authority 11. Cuttack 17. Municipal Corporation 2. Cuttack Development Authority (CDA) Planning Member.

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

9. Secretary All India Builders Association 10. Fire Officer, Buxi Bazar, Cuttack 11. Secretary, Cuttack Development Authority

Member Member Member Convener

The following is the strategic plan for the earthquake vulnerability reduction 1. Work Plan: A detailed work plan would be prepared by the Collector, Cuttack, Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) and Cuttack Development Authority (CDA) for implementation of different components of the Project. Project Officer, UEVRP and District Project Officer, Cuttack would liaise with the concerned authorities and provide required support. 2. Awareness activities: Massive awareness programmes would be taken up in the city area. IEC materials like posters, leaflets and booklets would be prepared. OSDMA and UNDP would support in developing city specific audio-visual and print materials. It was decided to install hoardings with dos and don’ts on different disasters in prominent places of the city. 3. Disaster Management Plans: City and ward level disaster management plans would be taken up immediately with the help of the residents of the wards of the city, since the training of volunteers has already been completed. Vulnerability mapping with reference to seismic vulnerability and other disasters would be taken up on GIS platform with assistance of ORSAC. Satellite pictures of the city would be obtained for the purpose. A Master Plan would be prepared for management of disasters at city level with support of district administration. Ward level Disaster Management Committees would be constituted comprising local Corporators, representatives of Puja Committees, Resident Welfare Association, local Community Based Organisations and ward level officers of CMC and leading citizens. 4. Emergency Operation Center: Emergency Operation Centers (EOCs) with required emergency kit and equipment would be set up in the CMC and wards as per the previous decision. Emergency equipment would be supplied with funds from CRF (50%) and CMC (50%). Proposal would be submitted by CMC to Special Relief Commissioner accordingly. 5. Sensitization of builders on multi hazard risk of highrise building: Builders would be sensitized for construction of earthquake resistant houses and provision of safety measures in the apartments. The building bye-laws of CDA would be modified to regulate construction of highrise structures in the city. The Fire Officer, Cuttack would take necessary initiatives to ensure that highrise buildings are equipped with required fire safety measures. 6. Review at Collector level: The Collector, Cuttack will review the progress of UEVRP in every quarter to evaluate the progress achieved under the Project. 116

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR FIRE ACCIDENTS-2008
Cuttack district is highly vulnerable to fire accidents, geographically the land is spreading from east to west. Topographically, Cuttack has two prominent divisions i.e Hilly terrain on the west and Mahanadi delta plain on the east. The east part of the district is covered with dense forest. The village structure of the east part is homogeneous in nature. A bigger size of population of this district live in thatched house which ultimately add to vulnerability of fire accidents. The fire accidents usually occur during the month of March to June, The areas mostly vulnerable to fire accidents are; Baramba, Narsinghpur, Tigiria, Athgarh, and Banki of the district. In the year 2005 there were four devastating fire accidents in these area. The major accidents occurred in june-05 at Kanjiapada of Narsinghpur block in which more than 100 families were affected, one person died. Other accidents were in Gopapur & Bedabhuin of Baramba block, Achalkota of Tigiria block and in Banki –Dompada block. DAMAGE DUE TO FIRE ACCIDENTS IN THE DISTRICT:
No. of fire Year of accide occurr nts ence during the yr. No.of No. villag of e family affect affect ed by ed fire No. of Instit ution affect ed No. Relief given to of the Institution Approximate value of properties lost No. of cattl ( Rs. In lakhs) persons e dea d Cas For Loc Total ( 7 Individua h est Oth to 10) Injur Die Institut Sate al Ma ls (Rs. In ers ion Govt Bodi (Rs. In ed d teri Lakhs) es Lakhs) als 6 94,34,30 0 3,73,049 ,500 7 8 9 10 94,34,30 0 3,73,049 ,500 108,23,5 00 74,35,70 0 118,41,4 70 11 1 12 2 8 13 5 3 14 5,12 ,800 8,32 ,350 3,19 ,500 5,29 ,200 15 16 Relief given under Paragr aph140

1 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

2 699 384 300 318 435

3 309 384

4 783 1084 648 1026 1099

5 -

17 5,12,8 00 8,32,3 50

It is the responsibility of the Tahasildars and Block Development Officers concerned that the FIRE ACCIDENT message, on receipt, are immediately to be communicated to the District Control Room. For this purpose villages where telephone connection is available should be identified in advance. When fire accidents take place apart from requisitioning and utilising the services of the Fire fighting squads to put off the fire as expeditiously as possible, the following relief measures are undertaken to relive the distress of the fire afflicted people from the Govt. account; Emergent relief in the form of dry food and supply of clothing in case absolutely necessary.

117

CUTTACK DISTRICT

DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09

Free grant for effecting repairs to the damaged houses; and Loans for building fire-proof houses.

EMERGENT RELIEF: Where the fire accident is wide spread causing large scale devastation and throughing the affected people in to a state of helplessness, humanitarian and generous people either of that or of other areas, as also philanthropic organization including the INDIA REDCROSS SOCIETY come forward to render assistance to the afflicted people in the form of medical aid, food and clothing. But where no such private voluntary assistance is forth coming, emergent relief in the shape of dry food at the rate of 1 kg per adult and 500 gms. for child below 12 yrs of age per day shall be given from Dist. administration as per the Govt .in Revnue and Disaster Management Office order No.26130 dated 18.6.2008. The Sub-Collector and Collector are competent to sanction such emergent relief in the respective jurisdiction for a period of 3 days. If it is found in adequate the Revenue Divisional Commissioner may extend it up to 7 days and the Member, Board of Revenue/ Special Relief Commissioner up to 15 days. As per resoultion no 18928 dated 25.4.2008 of Govt in Revnue and Disaster Management Department the food assistance on cards can be sanctioned by the Mayor in Municipal Corporation, Chair person in Municipality/NAC for a period of ten days.

HOUSE BUILDING ASSISTANCE FOR AFFECTED INDIVIDUAL FAMILY:
“The scale of house building grant to be sanctioned in respect of houses of small and marginal farmers damage due to fire accidents for repair or reconstruction of their houses is as follows; No income bar is applicable for affected families. 1. Houses fully Damaged For Pucca houses For Kuchha house 2. Houses Severely Damaged For Pucca house For Kuchha house 3. 4. Houses partly damaged Both Pucca/Katcha Huts damaged/Destroyed Rs 2,000/-Per Hut Rs 5,000/- per house Rs.2, 500/- per house Rs 1,500/- Per house Rs.25, 000/- per house Rs.10, 000/- per house

More over “In case any member of the family dies in fire accident Ex-gratia relief of Rs.50,000/- shall be given to the bereaved family (As per para 254 of Orissa Relief Code).

118

which may destroy the entire house especially in rural areas where there thatched roof or other inflammable materials like straw kept near the kitchen. if available. it can be very dangerous. closing the door behind you. For electric and gas stoves. go out If there is fire below. Leave the building by stairs. go the window and open it.gas. go out to the window DO NOT OPEN THE WINDOW but stay near the window. do not lock it To keep smoke out. Be calm and wait for some one to rescue you KITCHEN FIRES: It is important to know what kind of stove or cooking oven you have in your home. COMMON TIPS: Do keep the phone number of the fire service near the telephone set and ensure every one in the family knows the number Do keep match boxes and lighters away from children Do sleep with your bedroom closed to prevent spread of fire Do you know that you should never run if your cloths are on fire and that you should TOP-DROP-ROLL? 119 . If thee is no fire below. Stay near the open window Hang a bed sheet. Stay calm and wait for some one to rescue you IF THERE IS SMOKE IN YOUR APARTMENT: Stay low to floor under the smoke. An electric burner remains hot and until it cools off. Remember the keys. Never take elevator during fire IF THE FIRE EXIT IS BLOCKED BY SMOKE OR FIRE: Leave the door closed but. the oven using wood can be dangerous because burning embers remain. electric. put a wait towel in the space at the bottom of the door Call the emergency fire number and tell them your apartment no. or release an alarm. If you have a balcony and there is no fire below it. The stove is the number one cause of fire hazards in your kitchen and can cause fire. warning others. kerosene or where fire is used.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 COMMON TIPS TO REMEMBER FOR FIRE ACCIDENTS HIGH RISE FIRES: Calamity leaves the apparent. along with police and other emergency services and let them know that you are trapped by smoke. Pull the fire alarm near the closet exit. and let them know you are trapped by smoke and fire It is important that you listen and do what they tell you. towel or blanket out of the window to let people know that you are there and need help. ensure that the switch or the gas valve is switched off/turned off immediately after the cooking is over. Call the fire emergency number which should be pasted near your telephone.

Once detected the Veterinarians and para-veterinarians have to visit the site and attend to the affected birds. District Medical Officer (PH/Fil/ Mal/Lep) . One Medical Officer. Health Supervisor and Health Workers at block PHC level and Sector Medical Officer will act as Rapid Action Team leader at the Sector level. The bird flu Avian influenza being viral disease and have zoonotic importance it needs to be identified and controlled immediately in the process adopted world wide. The health Control Room shall function in the office chamber of Asst.Cuttack from 8 am to 10 pm with Ph. 1. of the CDVO office control room for bird flu is 0671 5520565. The Medical Officer I/c PHCs UGPHCs and CHCs are to be instructed to keep close liaison with Veterinary Officers and Revenue Officers and they should be alert regarding bird death in their vicinity and also taker care of the fever cases in the locality. There is very high population of poultry birds in the district with organized firms. No.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR BIRD FLU-2008 ACTION PLAN FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OF BIRD FLU OUT BREAK IN CUTTACK DISTRICT The district Cuttack is comprises of three Sub-Divisions with 14 blocks in which there are 26 Veterinary Dispensaries and 159 LACs. Three Rapid Action Teams shall be formed to meet any eventuality. Hospital Cuttack which is declared as treating center. of organized farms including one hatchery Bird population in organized sector Bird population in unorganized sector Total bird population 316 718060 76030 794090 There is a brackish water lake. The telephone no. Cuttack casuality from 10 pm to 8 am with Phone No. “Anshupa” in Athagarh and Banki Sub-Division and Nandankanan lake in Sadar Sub-Division where there are very possibility of appearance of migratory birds to our district which may lead to propagation of bird flu virus in and around Cuttack district. 4. For attending the emergencies in the district two Rapid Response Team (RRT) shall be formed comprising of Specialist officers at the district level and one in Sub-Divisional level with local Vets and para-Vets to take effective steps in order to cull the birds of infected area and undertake vaccination in the surveillance zone. No. 3. There will be sudden death of birds with respiratory track infections. 102 & 0671 2623969. They are instructed to keep sufficient drugs for treating of the fever cases and if any suspicious of bird flue the patients are to be referred to SCB Medical College. For the zoonotic importance it requires special protective equipments like aprons. Similar arrangements shall be made by the CDMO Cuttack to combat any possible threat of bird flu in Cuttack district. it required in the district to overcome the situation. 120 . 2. At the same time to safeguard the entire human population the workers in the organized farm handling chicken and eggs to be made aware regarding virulence of bird flu virus with the symptoms and occurrence. To combat any situation on bird flu all protective items with informative book lets should be made to all veterinary institutions in the district. for veretnarians those who will attend to collect the sample of blood and to conduct the post mortem of dead birds. goggles and globs etc. 0671 2307283 and at City Hospital. The details are as follows.

derailments and other accidents including accidents at level crossings involving casualties have been clearly defined in the Accident Manual. But despite best of efforts accidents do take place. CHC from the control. it is an attitude. Information should also be relayed to Headquarters emergency control.” Some of the major train accidents in recent years involving heavy causalities underscored the need for a re look at the prevailing accident management system on the Indian railways. Collisions. The Cuttack Station is coming under Khurda Road Division and one of the important Junction of East Cost Railway. Section Controllers. Cuttack-Talcher are also some of the busiest track in connection with transport of goods. Dy. The ARME must be dispatched to the accident site within 15 minutes from the base station where there is double exit siding and within 25 minutes in case of single exit siding with the first available locomotive. Cuttack is highly vulnerable to Railway accidents as the one of the most busy Railway line that is Hawrah to Chennai is passing through the most part of the Cuttack district. the District Collector and Superintendent of Police in whose jurisdiction the accident has taken place should be informed by the CHC/Dy. Information: On receipt of information of train accident involving casualties. Safety is not an activity. Apart from this the CuttackParadeep. 121 . A speedy and efficient rescue and relief operation is the essence of this contingency plan of Railway accident. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS & ACTION PLAN REGARDING MANAGEMENT OF SERIOUS ACCIDENTS INVOLVING CASUALTIES. The following is the sequence of actions to be taken by different agencies when a disaster takes place-involving casualties. it is an attitude.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR RAIL ACCIDENTS-2008 “Safety is not an activity. Safe transport of men and material is the prime objective of Railway Administration.CHC on receipt of information will communicate the same instantaneously to DRM and ADRM and should ring the buzzer to draw attention of Controllers of other Departments. The ART or the crane should be turned out and dispatched from the base station to the site of accident within 30 minutes by the day and 45 minutes in night after sounding the hooter.

This team can take the assistance of NGOs/Defence personnel. 122 . extricating the injured and trapped persons from the affected coaches. Para-medical staff should rush to the site. AME(Mech).DME/DME. The Security Control should be responsible for mobilizing the assistance of these establishments to assist the railway in relief and rescue operations.DEE(G). Setting up a medical relief tent as required for giving first-aid before shifting to ARMV or Hospital. RPF & Police personnel.).DEE(OP) should rush to the site of accident. In case DRM goes to site of accident. setting up collapsible ladders to bring down the affected passengers to the ground from the coaches.DOM.DMO/DMOs and other Medical and para-Medical staff including members of St. Sr.DCM/DCM. DRM/ADRM. Rescue & Relief operations : In case of accident involving casualties. A list of medical facilities available nearest to each station is displayed at the station. The other senior most officers of the above departments should remain in Control. Removal of the debris.Divisional Mechanical Engineer assisted by ADEN(Engg.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Medical aid from other sources: In all cases of accidents involving of casualties. Mobilisation of other assistance: The services of NGOs & voluntary organizations nearer to the site of accident should sought in rescue and relief operations. DOM/AOM. ii) MEDICAL TEAM : This team will be headed by Medical Superintendent assisted by Sr. the following officers should accompany the ARME. i) RESCUE TEAM : This team will be headed by Sr.John Ambulance and Civil Defence. the services of Defence and para-military establishments may be obtained. Sr. a team of Doctors. medical aid must be summoned from the nearest sources available. ASTE (S&T). Sr.) & DMO (Medical). DSO.). Sectional DEN. On the electrified territory DEE(TRD). ADRM will monitor the relief and rescue operations from the Control office assisted by Sr. DEE/G (Elect. The Station Manager of the nearest station should requisition medical assistance from these sources either through telephone or through a messenger. Sr. Sr. AOM(Optg. MS. Depending on the intensity of the accident involving heavy casualties and trapping of passengers in coaches. Sr.DSTE/DSTE.SC(RPF)/ASC(RPF).

15 of the Accident Manual. AOM.Subordinate should be nominated (including collecting the address as of the nearest relatives).). DOM/M (Optg. drinking water.1.Security Commissioner assisted by ASC(RPF). Elect.). v) SECURITY TEAM : This team will be headed by Sr.Divl. ASTE (S&T). DSTE (S&T). refreshment for the passengers to be arranged with the help of Commercial Department on the spot free of charge as per instructions contained in para 6. RI (GRP). Details are reproduced in Annexure-2. beverages. DMO (Medical). ACM (Comml). Engineer (TRD).0 · Judicious transshipment of the passengers and their belongings by special trains or by buses as the case may be. DEN. iv) COMMUNICATION TEAM : This team will be headed by Sr. PRO (PR) & DCM (NGOs). Render first-aid for the injured.Engineer (Co-ordination) assisted by Sr. · · · Set up Communication system to keep relaying up-dated informations to the control/ Divisional office.6.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 To attend the seriously injured passengers and prepare list of dead/injured for which an officer or Sr. Engineer assisted by ADEN(Engg.Divl. · · Providing early clearance in co-ordination with local police.6.Divl. AEE/G (Elect). DEE/OP.Signal & Telecom. Instructions regarding utilization of VHF/Walkie Talkie sets with frequency allocation are furnished in Annexure2. AME/P (Loco) and Divl. · · iii) Arrange to shift the injured persons to the nearest Hospital with the help of doctors.DEN. TRANSHIPMENT TEAM : This team will be headed by Sr. setting up “INMARSAT” phone (Satellite based communication system)/VHF sets. ASTE (S&T). ASC (Security). · Food. 123 .). Cordon off the place with the police personnel/RPF to secure and watch the belongings of passengers and prevent any intruders.Commercial Manager assisted by DCM/ACM. CI (Police) and Defence Officer (Defence). vi) RESTORATION TEAM : This team will be headed by Sr. Make available telephones with STD facility/Cell phones for use of stranded passengers. AME (Mech.

Details of private agencies giving D. viii) MEDIA MANAGEMENT TEAM : This team will be headed by Sr. the same to be organized by the Commercial Department.). Probable cause of accident should be preserved carefully. Hindi Officer (Rajbhasha). 1.0. collection of detailed information of the dead and injured is also most important. Approximate age 3. The officer in-charge at the site of accident will specially nominate an Officer or Senior Subordinate(s) preferably of the Commercial Department to prepare list of killed and injured separately with the following information as far as available. etc. relaying the site information and list of affected persons to the Media Internet and to Control Room. Information regarding killed and the injured : (a) (b) It will be the first duty of all Railway Officers and staff on reaching the site of a serious accident to attend the injured and see to their comfort. Snacks.7. This Team will be responsible to inter-act with the media and will only convey authorized version with regard to the details of accident. Videographer & Accident Photographer.G. is furnished in Annexure-2. Sex 4. Home address 124 . sets and flood light equipments on hire. DCM (Comml.).Personnel Officer(I) assisted by DPO(Welfare). As far as exgratia payment to staff involved are concerned. DCOS (Stores) and DFM (Finance). Video/ Still photography of the site and restoration (instructions given at Annexure may be seen). ACM (Comml). However. casualties.DMO (Medical). Arranging Food. Arrange for ex-gratia payment as per rule on the spot. Name 2. PRO (Comml. the same to be done by Sr. for the persons at work.DPO/DPO & for the passengers/public. vii) WARDEN SERVICES TEAM : This team will be headed by Divl. etc. rendering first aid and shifting to the nearest hospital. Water. its cause.Safety Officer assisted by Sr.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Arrange to set up lighting arrangement portable generators to illuminate the area and setting up tents/relief shelters.Divl. etc.

Exhibition of lists of dead and injured: (a) A complete list of the dead and injured must be exhibited at a conspicuous place at the site of accident. 10. 8. this list must be exhibited at both the adjacent stations. complex. 11. From and To 6.. A complete list of injuries (as per report/dictation of Doctor). Particulars of luggage/property lost or damage. lists must also be exhibited at important station(s) on each side for suitable information of relatives and public. Train No. 9. Particulars of luggage/property recovered and made over to police/relative/safe custody. Monthly income and source of income. a complete description including approximate age. 12. Ticket No. (d) The figures of the casualties must be accurate and should not be understated or exaggerated. (d) In the case of unidentified dead bodies. and should be signed jointly by the Officer or Inspector nominated and a member of the police or civil authority. jewellery and any other marks of scars on the body that may assist later in identification. In addition. Means of transport by which evacuated to hospital/station. if the injured as allowed to continue his journey. Name and address of next of kin or relatives. Class. sex.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 5. (e) Instructions contained in para (c) & (d) above should be followed in addition to the other rules and formalities in regard to the disposal of dead bodies. 7. their bodies should be serially numbered by means of small legible number inscribed on placard which should be placed at the head of each body and the bodies with their numbers should be photographed before they are disposed of. and if the accident has taken place between two stations. (c) In the case of persons killed who have not been identified. 125 . (b) Responsible officials must be deputed at the station where such list are exhibited to attend the all inquiries made by relatives and public and to collect further information of the dead and injured where necessary. must be noted as also the description of clothing. (c) The list indicated above should be prepared in conjunction with the police or civil authorities as may be present. etc.

compensation should be paid irrespective of whether bonafide authority to travel has been produced or not. A Railway Medical Officer must as far as possible accompany the injured to the hospital and see that they are properly accommodated for further treatment. d) The station where injured or dead are shifted for further action. 5. This ticket may be placed round the neck of the disabled or unconscious for guidance of the hospital and which they may be eventually removed. (b) The amount of ex-gratia relief payment to the dependents of dead or injured passengers involved in train accidents or untoward incidents as defined under sections 124 & 124A should be as under – i)) In case of death ii) In case of grievous injuries Rs. Enquiry Offices must immediately be manned at – a) The Emergency office at Headquarters. should be flashed through electronic and print media for the convenience of the general public. No ex-gratia payment would be admissible to the trespassers. DSTE has to ensure that DoT lines are available at the above locations immediately to convey information about the injured and dead to the general public. 126 . name and address of nearest relative. Sr. b) Divisional Control Office. c) Site of accident. showing his name and address. the time and place of accident. The telephone Nos. persons electrocuted by OHE and road users at unmanned level crossings. (1) (a) In the event of a train accident resulting in the death of a passenger traveling by the train.15000/Rs.000/- iii) In case of simple injuries Rs. (c) (d) The senior most Medical Officer of the division/Hospital shall be responsible to ensure recording the details of injuries and the treatment undertaken for each case as also the further disposal particulars of the injured. Relief to the victims of train accident : (a) On arrival at the site of accident. Military or private hospitals considering the seriousness of the injury and with the help of all available assistance. probable diagnosis and treatment given. the Railway Medical Official after affording medical aid as best as possible. arrange for the removal of the injured promptly from the site of accident to the nearest Railway. e) Any important station as considered necessary.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Opening of Enquiry Offices : In the case of serious accidents. 500/2. (b) Each of the seriously injured persons must be given a ticket. Civil.

sesame. rainfall and other natural resources effectively. ability to escape drought. the aberration in temporal and spatial distribution makes the crop vulnerable to drought as well as flood. Apply soil amendments in acid soils 3 weeks before sowing of crops. Plough and sow the crops across the slope to develop a ridge and furrow type of land configuration for effective soil moisture conservation to overcome drought for longer period. reduce pest and weed problem and to facilitate early sowing. Such adverse effects on crops can be combated in two ways: (I) Preventive measures and (II) contingent measures. Store rainwater to use as life saving irrigation. I. deep and penetrating root system and 3. Choose short duration varieties. Therefore. 127 . The age-old adage “Prevention is better than cure” thus holds good in drought management. 5. Therefore it is imperative to have a long-term policy and planning at the beginning of the season for judicious use of water. groundnut. Drought Preventive Measures Among the different kharif crops the upland rice is most affected by drought. Select efficient crops and cropping systems matching the length of growing season. land and crops in a particular locality for best results. 7. However. On-farm water harvesting structures lined with 6:1 soil: cement mortar of 6 cm thickness in 10% land area helps to harvest the rainwater for providing protective irrigation.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR DROUGHT-2008 The occurrence of drought and flood is common in Orissa. arhar. In real sense the technology available to mitigate drought are mostly preventive in “nature and requires early planning. It is irony that our state receives nearly 1500 mm of rainfall annually of which 80% is received in a span of 4 months (June-September). cowpea. which is quantitatively enough for most of the crop needs. diversified land use with low duty non-paddy crops is the best option in these lands. 4. Perform off-season ploughing to conserve moisture. ragi. rice bean. pumpkin and sweet potato. which possess faster rate of growth. 2. castor. Upland 1. The major thrust in drought mitigation in rainfed areas should be’ on rainwater management through in-situ conservation and water harvesting through on-farm reservoirsl capturing runoff from local catchments flash flood water from local streams to recycle at the time of need. A. Follow partial mechanization to ensure timeliness’ and precise of operations (desired depth and tilth) to utilize land. 6. Some of the promising crops for rainfed uplands are maize. ‘blackgram. Some of the important preventive measures that can be adopted early in the season to mitigate the impact of drought and augment sustainable crop production are elaborated below.

Practice tree based farming systems and grow different field crops in the alleys. planting fruit trees.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 8. ‘Adopt intercropping/mixed cropping system in recurrent drought prone areas as mentioned below: (please see next page) Suitable for inland hilly districts (please see next page) 128 . Apart from crop component. mushroom cultivation. timber species will diversify production and impart stability to production system. Adopt integrated farming system. inclusion of animal components and some ancillary enterprises like bee keeping. 9.

Follow suitable agronomic practices as follows: Apply a portion of FYM in the seed furrows at the time of sowing to conserve moisture to prevent seedling mortality from early drought. Moisture conservation through mulching. Strengthen village institutions to enable people’s participation. 12. Follow principles of watershed management as follows: In situ soil and water conservation measures like contour farming. Construct a series of percolation tanks in light textured soils to recharge the profile and for supplemental irrigation. Growing of grasses in water ways is also helpful in reducing ~oil erosion. Manage water ways through check dams. terracing. ridge and furrow method of planting. trenching. Gully plugging through stacking of locally available pebbles filled in empty cement bags across water ways. stone structures. brushwood structures on natural streams/ nallahs to store water.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 11. 129 . Water harvesting (digging ponds and lining) in 10-12% area. bunding. cover cropping. Utilize harvested water through micro-irrigation methods (dri p/sprinkler).

Kalinga-III. II. Drought Ameliorative Measures: It is difficult to define the exact crop and weather scenario during an anti Gipated drought or dry spell. there are three distinct periods of kharif season relaHng to. A. Depending on the rainfall onset and pattern of distribution.8m. reservoirs and water bodies for growing tomato. Sow non-paddy crops like ragi. The objective is to minimize runoff by encouraging its entry into the soil (in-situ water conservation) and capturing that which cannot get into the soil.0m and depth 1. This technology is based on the principle that out of total annual rainfall (1500 mm) nearly 50% of the rainfall comes from a few intense showers resulting in higher runoff. radish. bottom width 2. Khandagiri. crop growth stage and associated farm practices. This long stretch of dry period affects the rice crop adversely. Early season drought (June 10 to July 31) Scenario 1: Scenario 2: Early onset and sudden stoppage of monsoon Late onset. On the other hand in certain years there is a break in rainfall at a stretch for”1 0-12 days during crop growth period. inland hilly districts and cowpea. However. Pathara. maize. Heera. The excess runoff discharged over the weir height during intense showers in the early season if collected in the refuge can provide protective irrigation to mitigate the intermittent drought in rice ‘crop. the field bund is strengthened by raising the dyke height to 45 cm with provision of weir at 20 cm height for spilling over excess water to runoff collection tank (refuge). Medium / low land Rainwater management in medium and low lands is crucial for mitigation of drought and improvement in production.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Grow short duration rice varieties such as Annanda. cauliflower. Hence.0m. In the first step. uplands not covered till mid-July 130 . lady’s finger and chilli in coastal plains. castor in place of upland rice. cowpea. Sidhanta. Utilize the ponds. guar. greengram. sesame. it is really a difficult task to delineate rigid contingent measures well in advance of the cropping season applicable to all situations. The refuge is constructed at the lower reach of the plot with top width 3. A technology for storing excess rain water il} refuges in medium/low land has been standardized by devoting 10% of the cultivable area. arhar. blackgram. Vegetables come up well in drought/low rainfall years. guar. Vandana and RR 166-645 or tall varieties like Brown Gora. Surajmukhi. The length of the refuge is equal to the width of the plot. brinjal. Jogesh. groundnut. runner bean in the. seven types of scenarios have been projected and required contingent measures have been suggested below. Saria. B.

greengram (K-851. (a) Upland When there is more than 50% mortality. Utkal Manik). cowpea (SEB-2. A. resow the crop. The sprouted seeds can be sown in the lines by seed drill. NirmaJa. Bhairabi. BRB-1).Pant-U-30 and Sarala). runner bean. weeding followed by ri9ging to the base of the crop rows at 20 days after sowing for in-situ moisture conservation. castor (Jyoti. 131 . sesame (Uma. okra. tomato wherever possible.Pant-U-19. Kranti. cauliflower. radish. Mid season drought (August 1 to September 15) Scenario 3: Scenario 4: Scenario 5: Scenario 6: Non-paddy crops in uplands affected Beushaning of rice delayed Transplanting of rice delayed / seedlings over aged Beushaned/transplanted rice affected at early vegetative stage. resow the crop up to July after receipt of sufficient rain water. Usha. b’ackgram (T-9. It is always wise to raise low water requiring non-paddy crops like ragi (Suvra. Sujata. the crops may be gap filled. C. Prachi). If the rice population is more than 50% carry out weeding and adjust the plant population by Khelua (removing and redistributing the hills) and clonal propagation. In wide as well as close spaced line sown crops complete hoeing. PDM-54). Godavari). Dibyasinha. Cultivate vegetables-cowpea. Raise community nursery of rice for transplanting at a reliable water source to save time for further delay. Pusa Barsati. Niger (Deomali. brinjal. Alasl-1) ar)d horsegram (Urml) to be sown in August. If mortality is less than 50%.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 B. Harita). EARLY SEASON DROUGHT (June 10 to July 31) Scenario 1: Early onset and sudden stoppage of monsoon Under such a situation there is more likelihood of mortality of sprouts and seedlings and difficulties in sowing. Sprouted seeds may be direct seeded or fresh seedlings of early varieties may’ be raised for transplanting. ricebean (RBL-6. (b) Medium and low land If rice population is less than 50%. Select medium duration varieties (125 days) for coastal districts. Late season drought (September 16 to October 31) Scenario 7: Medium and low land rice affected at vegetative / reproductive stage. guar.

Foliar application of 2% urea at pre-flowering and flowering stage of greengram is helpful to mitigate drought. gap fill the crop by clonal propagation. Shree Bhadra. harvesting excess run-off for it? Recycling to make provision for life saving irrigation. lady’s finger and chilli in the coastal plains. B. Take up spraying measures against mealy bug and mite which are more prevalent in dry weather. greengram. cauliflower. Use a seed rate of 100 to 120 kg per ha to maintain 400 – 600 plants/ m2. Niger (Deomali. Alasi-1) and horsegram (Urmi) are to be sown in August. guar. guar. runner bean in the inland hilly districts and cowpea. uplands not covered till mid-July Sow drought tolerant non-paddy crops like ragi. brinjal. Under such a situation prune the weeds with the help of sickle Apply post emergence spray of quizalofop ethyl 5% EC @ 0. radish. In saline soil use FYM/green leaf manure. Shree Ratna in the ridges and allow the furrows to conserve rain water. cowpea maybe grown in the first week of August to meet the fodder crisis. Apply full P. castor in place of upland rice. Grow vegetables like tomato. MID SEASON DROUGHT (August 1 to September 15) Scenario 3: Non-paddy crops in uplands affected Complete hoeing and weeding in non-paddy crop fields to provide dust mulch. Maize. Grow sweet potato varieties like Gouri” Shankar. Spray 1% urea in brinjal. Sam rat.1 ppm boron to blackgram to overcome drought situations.K and 20% N of the recommended dose as basal along with well decomposed organic manure for early seedling vigor. 132 . Shree Nandini. cowpea. sow sprouted seeds. Scenario 2: Late onset. blackgram. sesame. Spray 2% KCI + 0. Major emphasis should be given on in-situ rain water conservation. Weeding groundnut after 45 days of sowing disturbs the pegging process.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Sow the seeds at 5-6 cm depth by punji method (6 – 8 seeds at one point) at a spacing of 20 cm x 10 cm and cover it with a mixture of FYM:SSP (10:1) to avoid seedling mortality due to moisture stress in lowland.05 kg/ha in 500 litre of water (2ml/litre of water) at 20-25 day after sowing to control grassy weeds in groundnut/jute.

Practice mulching with organics to extend the period of moisture availability. if the crop is more than 45 days old. Close the drainage holes and check the seepage loss in direct sown medium land rice regularly. Top dress nitrogeu to ginger and turmeric @ 60 and 30 kg/ha. Scenario 4: Beushaning of rice delayed Do not practice beushaning (blind cultivation) in rice. Do not top dress nitrogen in nursery. 133 . Seedlings up to 45 and 60-70 days old can be transplanted in case of medium and late duration rice varieties. Follow close transplanting using 5-7 seedlings/hill Apply 50% recommended nitrogen at the transplanting. respectively without much reduction in yield. Apply life saving irrigation to maintain the seedlings in good health. if it is not ploughed earlier to save time in final pudding. Spray planofix or celmone 10 ppm at 45 days and 20 ppm 10 days later to prevent boll shedding in cotton. Remove the borer affected tillers/late formed tillers/dried leaves in sugarcane and follow wrapping and propping in chains. Remove the weeds and follow plant protection measures against blast in the nursery. Strengthen the field bunds and close the holes to check seepage loss. Withhold N fertilizer application up to receipt of rainfall. Scenario 6:Beushaned/transplanted rice affected at early vegetative stage Provide protective irrigation through recycling of harvested rainwater. Weed out the field without waiting for rainfall. Thin out to the extent of 25% and use the removed plants as feed/mulch. Pulverize the main rice field in dry conditions. Use tractor/power tiller/tractor mounted rotavator for speedy land preparation/puddling to cover more area with less time. Go for gap filling using seedling of same age or clonal tillers to have a uniform distribution of plant. Spray 2% urea in late planted jute to encourage growth.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Top dress the crops after receipt of rain. respectively after receipt of rainfall followed by mulching. Stripe out the lower 4-5 leaves. Scenario 5: Transplanting of rice delayed Generally in this case rice seedlings are over aged.

maize and other standing cereal crops which can be tackled by soil drencing with chlorpyriphos 20 EC @ 4-5 ml/litre of water or by adding chlorpyriphos 1. maize. In such situation or where land is remaining fallow. castor. Crops like cowpea. etc. Provide irrigation at critical stages such as flowering. Pre-position inputs. Withhold N fertilizer application up to receipt of rainfall. Under situation of complete failure of’ kharif crop dismantle H. niger. The management practices areas follows. in alternate furrows in wide spaced crops. Strengthen the field bunds and close the holes to check seepage loss. sow (dibble) the pre-rabi crops.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Remove the weeds and follow plant protection measures against blast in the nursery if existing. Provide protective irrigation through recycling of harvest rainwater. When the soil becomes hard it is difficult to uproot groundnut from the field. Rice In rice the mealy bug attack will be more. stunted and . LATE SEASON DROUGHT (September 16 to October 31) Scenario 7: Medium and low land rice affected at vegetative/reproductive stage It occurs as a result of early cessation of monsoon rai ns.5% dust @ 20 . particularly seeds for the rabi crop. Mealy bugs are seen when the leaf sheath is detached. C. The pest can be controlled by spraying of dimethoate or methyl deme10n @ 1 lit/ha in 500 lit of water. sprinkle water. Insects’ pest management The following insect/pests and diseases appear more frequently under drought situation for which it requires constant vigilance to take up timely control measures. blackgram and sesam in uplands and well drained medium lands. The problem of termites will be seen in rice. . 134 .25 kg/ha before final land preparation. greengra (11 may be harvested for fodder purpose to avoid their failure as grain crops. Thus the plants will look yellow.whitish. from water harvesting structures/nallahs to soften the soil. Apply Potassium fertilizers wherever soil moisture allows or wait up to receipt of rainfall.The ideal pre-rabi crops with residual moisture condition are horse gram . grain filling.

Vegetables In vegetable crops the incidence of mites is expected to increase under drought situation.increase which can be managed by spraying with monocrotophos/ enejosulfan/ chlorpyriphos @ 1 lit/ha at fortnight. blackgram. Oilseeds In grQundnut crop termites and white grub incidence is expected to be more.5% dust/ methyl parathion 2% dust @ 20-25 kg/ha on the crop and fjeld bunds or spraying endosulfan 35 EC @ 1 lit/ ha. It is advised to spray the crop with tricyclazole (Beam/team) @ 0.25% or Casugamycin (0. incidence of sucking pests like Jassids. Pulses In arhar termite attack will be noticed. Cotton In cotton the. The pest menace can be brought down be spraying of dicofol @ 1. intervals. 135 .06 to 0. In grengram.1 % or Hinosan @ 0. Therefore. cowpea. Incidence of leaf miner in groundnut may.5 lit/ha or propargite @ 1. Disease Management Drought condition during the month of August-September onwards shall result in severe incidence of foliar blast and brown spot diseases in rice. The spraying the crop with imidacloprid / thimethoxam / acetamiprid @ 125 ml or 125 g/ha will decrease the pest attack.5 lit/ha or fenazaquin 10 EC @ 500 ml/ha. regular surveillance in the fields is essential. The pest attack can be reduced as suggested in case of rice. The problem of termite attack in the crop can be managed in the same manner as suggested in case of rice.2%) at 10-12 days intervals during drought period. Methods suggested in rice may be followed to reduce the pest infestation. thrips and mites may increase. Manage the crop from insect vectors by spraying of dimethoate 1lit/ha Qr imidacloprid 125 ml/ha at 10-15 days interval.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Grasshopper menace is also seen in rice. The pest can be tackled by dusting chlorpyriphos 1. the spread of YMV by insect vector may increase. country bean.

Late flood (September) If flood occurs during mid August to early September. Transplant 40-65 days old seedlings after flood water recedes.015%) or plantomycin (0. Protective spray with mancozeb @ 0. In partially damaged fields.3%) or Tilt (0. Weed out the rice field.15%) or carbendazim (0. go for pulses like blackgrani. Broadcasting/line sowing of sprouted seeds of relatively short duration rice varieties in soft puddle after flood water recedes. Do not go for beushaning as it may further reduce the plant population. Bacterial wilt in most of the vegetable and other crops may occur in severe form during droughtanq period following drought. Varshadhan for semi-deep low lands. horsegram. If damage is more than 50% re-transplant rice crop. Sarala. Basal soil drenchf’ng with streptocycline (0.3 to 0.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Early drought result. in late transplanting of rice which makes the crop vulnerable to sheath rot and sheath blight diseases.2%) at 5-7 days interval during dry. Maintenance of field sanitation followed by two spray at 10 days interval with validamycin (0. FLOOD Early Flood Medium/low land Select rice varieties like Kanchan. where there is no scope for revival of rice. wherever possible.period is advised. Ramachandi.2%) are advised.15%) or bacterinol (0. Make up plant population by transplanting clonal tillers detaching from the old clumps.4% may be done. allow the rice plants to stand upright. purga. Apply moderate dose of fertilizer (40:20:20 N:P20S:K20 kg/ha). 136 . weengram. Particularly in up-medium land. Alternaria and Cercosporella blight: There is every chance of occurrence of Alternaria and/or Cercosporella blight in oilseed. vegetable and cLJcurbits’. make gap filling and top dress N and K to boost the growth if situation permits.

When they cross the ETL Le. bunds should be heavily dusted with. Fertilizer application Reduce nitrogen application and apply recommended dose”of P and K as basal to increase flood resistance. The pest severity can be managed by spraying of neem formulations (1. Application of ins’ecticides in the afternoon hours is preferred.. Insect pest management RIce After the flood ~cedes there is probability of attack of swarming caterpillar in rice. Pulses. . If 1-2 cases or folded leaves / hill is seen spray the crop with endosulfan / monocrotophoschlorpyriphos @ 1 lit/ha or with cartap hydrochloride 50 SP / fipronil 5 SP @ 500 g/ha. To prevent migration of larvae from one field to other. Regular surveillance in the rice fields . rice caseworm and in general leaf folder attack is expected.5 lit/ha when the population is low or spraying with dimethoate @ 1 lit/ha or imidacloprid @’125 ml/ha if population is high. one larva / hill then spray the crop with chlorpyriphos / triazophos / profenophos / endosulfan @ 1 lit/ha or dust the crop with methyl parathion 2% 0 or quinalphos 1. To manage the pest. if not applied earlier. Cotton In these crops due to high humidity black aphid and cotton aphid population may increase. Top dress N and K in flood affected areas if situation permits. Vegetables. 137 . the dust formulation mentioned above.5% 0 @ 25 kg/ha.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Plant population: Raise nursery by Dapog method to transplant wherever possible. In partially inundated areas. Resistant/tolerant varieties should be grown in all crops as far as possible. Apply moderate dose of NPK at beushaning. In general regular surveillance work should be be taken up in all crops.where flood water recedes should be done to locate appearance of swarming caterpillars.500ppm) @ 2. Maintain a buffer nursery in the backyard/highland area to ensure adequate plant population in the field after flood damage. Oilseeds.

01 %) or plantomycin (0.2%). 138 .15%) and streptocyclin (0. Seedling root dip for 15 minutes in 0.3% may be given to pulse crops (greengram and blackgram) against Cercosporella blight disease.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Disease management Rain storms during kharif may result in severe occurrence of bacterial leaf streak and bacterial blight in rice.015% plantomycin.15% streptomycin or 0.015%) at 10 DAP. Post flood affected areas where vegetable is grown are likely to be affected by bacterial wilt disease. 25 DAP and 40 DAP coinciding with intercultural operations. Therefore.15% against downy mildew diseases of cucurbit crops. Perform soil drenching to the base of the plants with a solution of carbendazim (0. A protective spray with mancozeb @ 0. Spray Ridomil MZ @ 0. It is advised to spray the crop immediately after each rain storm with streptocycline (0. total package of practices starting from planting need to be followed as given below.1 %) or bacterinol (0.

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 CHAPTER-XI DISTRIBUTIONAL MAPS 139 .

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 140 .

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 141 .

CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 142 .

Gen & Misc. 2402540 2607906 2301103 2368139 2304249 2301007 2607842 2607842 9437168620 9937014282 9437042374 9437026336 9437026098 9437206970 9437168606 9437468930 Mobile 2301001 2306623 2305100 06742563786 2609694 06742340518 2609694 0674-2591070 2607492 2609593 2381715 2612424 2305043 2306183/101 0671-2306101 06723-220233 0671-2301438 0671-2315600 0674-2534386 0674-2534627 2304773 9937170271 9937168607 9437012208 9937195985 9437208836 9437044478 143 . Ctc. Deputy Collector. Spl. Cuttack Fire Station. CMC. Revenue SRC. Ctc. Collectorate.Cuttack T.E. District Treasury Officer Suptd.D.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 ANNEXURE IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS Officer/Service Principal Secretary.D. Bhubaneswar SRC office Cuttack RDC (CD) Collector A. D.O D. BBSR IMD Director Office 0674-2400450/2322658 0674-2534179 2607346 2608362 2608100 2608265 2368139 2304841 2301007 2607842 2607842 2607842 / 2609059 / 1077 2607156 2609934 2607811 2607822 2608776 2607406 2608975/ 2607744 2608734 2607424 Residence Fax No. DRDA S.O. Audit RTO. Cuttack Nizarat Officer. Comp. M. Ctc. Project Coordinator.P C. Circuit House FIRE Dist. Judicial Deputy Collector. Planning Officer DSWO. Project officer.O. Fire Officer Fire Station. Officer Deputy Collector.M P.O Dist.A. Ctc.M. Athagarh MEDIA AIR. Revenue Officer Commissioner.V Station. Cuttack IMD I.D. SSA Dist.W. Ctc. of Excise Civil Supply Officer Small Saving Officer NIC. D Control Room. DRMP Control Room L. Ctc.

Mobile 9437178623 9437017529 9437228840 9437318066 9437230680 9437232100 9437317743 9437231683 9437276455 9437371971 9437102028 2605025 220223 240203 9437301188 9437276555 9437037143 9437208044 9437315418 9437244877 06742407495 06742434032 9337113216 9437075386 9437176654 9437231683 06742555539 9437232600 9437055299 9437005295 9437281999 9437001008 9437179572 9437010935 144 . RWSS-II 2440295 Residence Fax No.E. Banki 06723-240201 BLOCK DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS Cuttack Sadar 2440588 Salipur 2352226 Mahanga 2354138 Nischintakoili 2353635 Tangi-Choudwar 2494374 Niali 2803322 Kantapada Baranga 2870434 Athagarh 956723-221344 Tigiria 956723-235634 Baramba 956721-273232 Narsinghpur 956721-270222 Banki-I 956723-240217 Banki-Dampada 956723-240216 ENGINEERING S. Minor Irrigation 2443622 EE. Mahanadi South 2614425 EE. RWSS-I 2441619 EE. Khurda 06755220729 EE. BBSR 2562427 EE. Prachi.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Officer/Service Office TAHASILDARS Sadar 2607053 Salipur 2352237 Mahanga 2354143 Tangi-Choudwar 2491742 Kishannagar 2359577 Niali 2803397 Athagarh 956723-220237 Tigiria 956723-235622 Banki 956723-240233 Baramba 956721-273221 Narsinghpur 956721-270231 SUB-COLLECTORS Sub-Collector Sadar 0671-2607626 Sub-Collector. Mahanadi North 2491546 E.E..Ctc 2631741 EE. Central Circle 2432480 S.E. Eastern Circle 2310030 S.GRIDCO 2312003 EE. KFW. Irr. Athagarh 06723-220311 Sub-Collector.E.

DIC. Commander. Settlement Director. Charbatia EE. Cuttack DM. DM Battalion AGRICULTURE DD. Cuttack EE. R & B. Govt. Police Commandant. Cuttack Project Director. Bhubaneswar POLICE & DEFENCE SP. Fisheries Education CI of Schools. D. R & B. Mobile 9437093577 9437066663 9861119364 9437036425 9437195640 2302390 2624930 2514111 2304995 2640130 2430002 2430877 2304841 2304451 2442148 2301756 2431981 06716940126 230100 2304662 2442442 2300577 2340280 9437671488 9437459913 2442654 2342965 2601956 2344852 682573 2306409 2620787 2616709 2622455 2368193 2630013 2312968 2613360 2344410 2301007 2344155 2344514 2604515 2302780 2649871 2307252 145 . BBSR Hirakud Dam Hirakud Sambalpur Mahanadi Control Room Bellevue (Mahanadi South divn.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Officer/Service EE. Cuttack DI of Schools.L. Cuttack DIG. R. Agriculture DD. Sc & ST Financial Corpn. Jagatpur Fire Officer. 6th Batt(ODRAF) Col. R & B. Cuttack CDVO. Cuttack EE. Cuttack Asst. R & B.C.CTC PM. Horticulture Soil Conservation Officer GM.) Kathajodi Control Room Flood Cell. NCC Dy. Cuttack EE. Press HEALTH CDMO. Controller. Civil Defence Commandant CISF. Cuttack SDO. Munduli Dy. DIC.A K Sharma. O. Director. Cuttack FLOOD CELL. Jagatsinghpur EE. Commandant CISF.I.D-I.H. DM Battalion. Cuttack Office 2304128 2301758 2692237 220054 2440662 2310115 2614433 0663-2430001 0663-2430292 2614103 2614425 2614425 Residence Fax No. Charge Officer. P. CADA DRCS.

Cuttack Control Room.CUTTACK DISTRICT DISTRICT DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2008-09 Officer/Service Dist. Mobile 9437312454 9437064398 2606554 2603421 2613913 2614147 2401983 2300711 2554462 9437078780 2396681 2391871 9437348573 9437306659 9437441310 9437094274 9437969117 2686446 1070 1077 1800 100 101 102 Maps : Social Map Resource Map Vulnerability Map Map showing places of weak Embakments and River Systems Road Map Alternate Route Map 146 . SCB Medical College Superintendent. Jatni National Highway Ambulance National Highway Ambulance office State Control Room District Control Room CMC Control Room Police Fire Station Ambulance Office 2623969/2621578/102 2307283 2614355 2614080 2614572 0674-2400688/2400179 2301216 0671-2614643 06742395379 0674-2323009 0674-2323013 06712692272 06723240228 Residence Fax No. Bhubaneswar Blood Bank.D. OSDMA DGM-II. Banki Stn. E. Bhubaneswar Kalinga Hospital. SCB Medical College. Chaudwar Executive Officer.A MD. Cuttack East Cost Railway.S. Hospital Control Room. Cuttack Principal. Municipality. Jatni SDSO. Cuttack O. OSDMA Manager. NAC. CDMO. SCB Medical College Casualty. East Cost Railway. HQ.Co Railway.M. SCB Medical College Capital Hospital. Manager. Coordination Executive Officer. OSDMA CGM (F&A).

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful