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Disaster Management Survey Questions + Sample Questionnaire Template

Disaster management survey questions is a questionnaire to gather information about the impact of disasters on communities, and the measures they undertake to respond to disasters and how can the risk be reduced. This survey aims to identify public knowledge about disasters and what are the procedures they undertake to respond to disasters. A disaster is a sudden event which disrupts the functioning of a community and caused human, material, economic and environmental losses. Disaster are mostly caused due to nature but sometimes can have a human origin. Disaster management is organization and management of resources and responsibility. It refers to procedures a community can carry out to protect and preserve as much life and property as possible.There are various types of disasters that can occur namely, floods, droughts, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, earthquakes, Tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, epidemic, etc. Such a survey can be helpful to understand how many people are aware of disaster management and accordingly they can be trained for different types of disasters. This will also help understand how much awareness has to be generated to make most people ready and be prepared in case of disasters.

Disasters can be very tragic and can have a very large impact. They will leave a trail of injury, deaths, loss of livestock, loss of property, and economic losses. The event with the highest death toll since 1980 was the Boxing day tsunami in South East Asia which claimed the lives of 220,000 people. In 2017, 335 natural disasters affected 95.6 million people, 9697 deaths and costing a total of $335 billion. In Asia, most disasters are floods and storms, with 44% of all disaster events, 58% total deaths and 70% of total people affected. Despite all of this, America has reported the highest economic losses representing 88% of the total cost from 94 disasters.

Following are the questions to gather information about disaster management knowledge and preparedness for any disasters.


Considering your knowledge about disasters and its consequence, how likely are you to recommend a friend/colleague to learn more about disaster management?
Very Unlikely
Very Likely
What is the likelihood of the following disasters to affect the area you live in?
Definitely
Probably
Possibly
Probably not
Definitely not
Earthquake
Floods
Droughts
Tsunami
Hurricane
Tornado
Wildfire
Radioactive incident
Terrorist attack/war
How concerned are you with disaster management knowledge you have about the following disasters?
Not concerned
Not very concerned
Neutral
Somewhat concerned
Very concerned
Earthquake
Floods
Droughts
Tsunami
Hurricane
Tornado
Wildfire
Radioactive incident
Terrorist attack/war
What level of knowledge do you have about disaster management for the following disasters?
A great deal
Almost everything
Somewhat
Little
Nothing
Earthquake
Floods
Droughts
Tsunami
Hurricane
Tornado
Wildfire
Radioactive incident
Terrorist attack/war
To what level have you prepared yourself for any disasters that might occur?
Don't want to do
Not able to do
Have not done
I plan to do
Have done
I have collected the information
I have spoken to disaster management representatives in my area
I have prepared a family emergency plan
I have prepared a neighborhood emergency plan
I have prepared disaster survival kits
I have taken special training
I have trained other members in the community
I have signed up with entities that provide emergency news or alert systems
Please answer the following questions about disaster management
Yes
No
Don't know
Is there a disaster management or emergency plan for the area you stay in?
Are there laws or policies that deal with disaster management in your country?
Has the community created its own laws or policies for disaster management?
Has you or your family ever been affected by a disaster?
Is there another person in your family who can carry out the emergency plan, apart from you?
Do you live in an area which is heavily crowded?
Have you arranged for the following, in case of an emergency or a disaster?
Yes
No
In the process
Don't know
A minimum of 72 hours of water supply
A minimum of 72 hours of food supply
A mode of communication which is not dependent on electricity
Enough flashlights or light sources
Evacuation vehicles
Enough First aid kits
An alert system for family and community
Necessary hygiene and sanitation products
Tools that can come in handy
Disaster kits
Yes
No
In the process
Don't know
Long lasting battery cell phones with power banks
Necessary medications
Money
Alternative source to get in the house
Supplies for children
Supplies for aged, or people with special needs
Evacuation plan
Emergency operational plan
Insurance coverage
In your opinion, how will the community receive information about a disaster or an emergency situation?
Has anyone from the following helped you or your community in preparing a disaster management plan?
As per your knowledge, what are the health related issues that have occurred when a disaster struck?
Is there anyone in your community who interacts with any of the following?
How do you prefer to receive information about disaster management?
How old are you?
Gender
As per your knowledge, what would be the approximate population of the community you live in?
Do you have any comments/suggestions to reduce health risks and improve disaster management preparedness?

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