Disaster management is a strategic planning to help society to prepare and respond to a variety of natural disaster situations. It aims to help organizations to manage all stages of a disaster including prevention, preparation, response and recovery. The impact of an earthquake, hurricane, tsunami or other natural disasters can be devastating to an area, its economy and its people. Damage to homes, businesses, infrastructure, damage to lives which can linger for weeks, months, or years. While it is impossible to know when a crisis may occur, the appropriate insight, preparation, and planning can help you survive an adverse event such as a hurricane and, if properly managed, even gain competitive advantage. We deal with following streams of disasters;


      • Geophysical disasters (Earthquakes, Landslides, Tsunamis and Volcanic Activity, etc)
      • Hydrological disasters (Avalanches, Landslides and Floods, etc. )
      • Climatological disasters (Extreme Temperatures, Drought and Wildfires, etc.)
      • Meteorological disasters ( Cyclones and Storms/Wave Surges, etc)
      • Biological disasters (Disease Epidemics and Insect/Animal Plagues, Corona, etc)
      • Environmental Degradation
      • Pollution
      • Accidents (e.g. Industrial, Technological and Transport usually involving the production, use or transport of hazardous materials)