Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Disaster Risk Management Skills of the Tertiary Students: Tailoring Proactive Approach for Developing the Mental Alertness of the Maritime Education Students
Diogenes J. Saavedra
The maritime sector is currently going through changes concerning safety and operational quality. The International Safety Management Code is a regulatory tool that focuses on management and organizational issues within this industry. It mandates that shipping companies enhance their operations. In this research, students studying maritime subjects perceived themselves as lacking proficiency in disaster management skills. Education in disaster preparedness can provide crucial knowledge and abilities that can save lives and support individuals, especially children and young people, during and after emergencies. Therefore, the researcher suggests that personnel involved in disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM) should consistently provide training and equip numerous volunteers to act as first responders for various hazards.
disaster risk management, tertiary students, approach, mental alertness, maritime education students
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