Defenseless Civil defense natural Disasters come back when we forget Torahiko to them Terada In middle it year 1940, the German Air Force initiated intense bombings the British civil targets, during the World War II. From this sad event, English authorities had standardized a set of procedures to minimize the number of victims. The plan was known as Prohibited Passive and acted basically in three fronts: prevention, alarm and aid. The Civil Defense, used was born thus for prevention of catastrophes for diverse governments in the whole world. The Civil Defense is a set of injunctions, of aid, reconstructive assistenciais and. They must prevent or minimize disasters of any nature, preserve the moral of the population and reestablish social normality with the reconstruction of the physical and social estragos.
The global security of the population is to have of State, universal right and responsibility of the citizenship. Given its magnitude, the Civil Defense has that to be managed by the consisting power. But public administrations, usually, they primam for the inefficiency of ' ' it lacks of dono' ' , they deduct information, they censure, they do not have transparency and they tend to be self-taught without having the domain of the problem, generating unreliability in the population in relation to the real status after tragedies. The difficult task rests on the shoulders of authorities for all the planet to structuralize prevention systems the disasters that function. With rare exceptions, the existing systems, of the most sophisticated to simplest, emit diverse signals of alert that in its immense majority they are lost in the embezzlements of the inefficiency of the public administration.
Risk is synonymous of imprevisibilidade, uncertainty and restricted knowledge of causes and effect. How much bigger the risk, greater is the physical damage, economic, social, ambient and humanitarian politician, involved. The management of risks proceeding from natural and climatic disasters, is not easy task for its proper dimension and complexity.