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Emergency manager is a magazine & website covering emergency, disaster management, technology, medical care, information technology, training, weather alert, natural disasters , man made disaster, disaster alert service, earth quack, avalanche, volcano, road accident, rescue, search, crisis, government policy, research, school safety, children safety, safety audit, subscription, international cooperation, sell of disaster management tools, organisational safety, rehabilitation, cyclone, tsunami, landslide, medical emergency, hospital management, medicine, world disaster, national emergencies.

We also provide consultancy to government organisation, NGOs and other media houses. We also carry out research in the field of disaster management. We have panels of leading experts of disaster managers, scientists, doctors, academicians, journalists,retired senior government officials, diplomats, defence experts, architects ,lawyers, historians, engineers, agriculture scientists, environment experts, foresters,weather experts, vatenary scientists, waste disposal experts, psychologist, disaster expert, space experts, mining experts, and town planners.

We also organise exhibitions ,workshops, seminars, conferences to provide a platform to experts ,government organisations,citizens and educational institutions and media to exchange and development of ideas and technology.

Our aim is to make this world a disaster free safer place for all living things. We talk about all living things in wholistic perspective of earth ecosystem in which humans are major players.
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What data breach procedures we have in place

Our team of software professionals immediately take care of situation and remedial measures are taken.
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Emergency Manager (EM) specific Disclaimer and Terms of Use:


    Emergency Manager(EM) is a cooperation network of disaster management experts, media experts, volunteers, search & rescue experts, socially committed citizens, civil society and other partners. Amongst other things, Emergency Manager (EM)   aims at providing disaster alerts/ news and impact estimations to the humanitarian community, disaster management professionals, concerned citizens, volunteers, and media worldwide scale after major sudden-onset disasters that potentially require external assistance to the affected community. Many of news/alerts are base on feeds given by volunteers, concerned public, agencies, media, internet etc.
     Emergency Manager(EM) makes an effort to issue alerts/news as soon as possible so that disaster management professionals, general public and volunteers can be cautioned for better safety ,precautions, remedial actions  and preparations. Lack of reaction time and larger need of immediate alert, does not leave scope for thorough verification of each and every info and proper research before issue of each alert/news.    . Emergency Manager(EM)  also publishes a monthly magazine covering selected stories and useful knowledge related with emergency management and disasters. It aims to make this world a safer place to live.
    Many  Emergency Manager (EM) alert products are the result of modeling, whereby data from scientific institutions and information (such as bulletins) from authoritative domains are used to calculate, through automatic algorithms, the possible impact of sudden-onset disasters with regard to the potential need for international assistance. They are intended for disaster management professionals, the general public awareness. Anybody (including individuals,  organizations, media, government bodies etc) using these information is also advised to verify from reliable government sources.
    In most cases, Emergency Manager (EM) alerts / news (notably in the case of earthquakes, tsunamis, tropical cyclones, manmade disasters etc) are automatic, produced by algorithms or volunteers and are not reviewed by human experts before being issued. They are subject to the uncertainties and errors in the data used (such as earthquake magnitude, epicenter, population numbers, affected population, number of casualties, financial estimate of loss etc) as well as assumptions in the alert decision algorithms.
    Emergency Manager (EM) services are not meant to substitute official information sources, or local and national civil protection authorities that have the mandate to issue evacuation or other life-protection measures. Expert assessment of the situation and eventual evacuation and response plans must always be carried out by competent decision-makers in designated positions of authority.
    Emergency Manager (EM)  alerts and automatic/volunteer impact estimations require further verification by alternative data sources. They should not be used for decision making without alternate sources of information to confirm or disprove their validity. Links to a number of official alert providers and original data sources (such as the World Meteorological Organisation, UNESCO-IOC, USGS,NDMA, National Government organizations etc) may be given in the site.
    Emergency Manager (EM) alerts /news are issued in near-real-time, but no guarantee is provided whatsoever as to the completeness or timeliness of the alerts. The system can be subject to unspecified downtime, server reboots or other causes of missed events or updates.
    Emergency Manager (EM) alerts/news/tips for kids/children are meant for general awareness about disaster and emergency. It should be taken as final or authoritative medical advice. These services are not meant to substitute official information sources, or local and national civil protection authorities, medical authorities that have the mandate to issue evacuation, other life-protection measures and medical advice. Expert assessment of the situation and eventual evacuation and response plans must always be carried out by competent decision-makers in designated positions of authority. Government guidelines and advice in these matters should be treated as final.