UMR’s community charity efforts under Emergency Response include –
- Educational training for disaster recovery,
- Environmental health hazards,
- Emergency preparation,
- Hazard mitigation program.
Strategic areas of operations include distributing food and items to survivors. Such as –
- Hygiene emergency kits,
- Immediate health supplies,
- Blankets/bedding, and
- Providing help with other unmet needs of the community.
The UMR Emergency Response service also helps provide specialized help. By giving cash cards, disaster financial education, house cleaning, and waste removal.
The program uses the basic concept of planning to develop emergency operations. The areas include preparation, education, response, recovery, and mitigation.
UMR Emergency Response Strategic Areas of Operation and Programs:
It requires preparation and being ready for situations before they happen.
By putting preparation plans into action, response activities, and comfort in life.
It includes recovery activities, financial help for survivors, and a relief program.
It includes the prevention of future hazards. Working to cut effects, and reducing harm.
By training and educating the public. And volunteers in areas of emergency response.
Working under national preparation policies for disasters or major incidents, UMR:
- Conducts community-based planning that engages the whole community
- Develops a response planning process that represents the whole community population
- Engages community leaders, government, and the private sector in the planning process
- Creates risk analysis and identifies operational needs and resources
- Prioritizes planning efforts to support the needs of survivors