With the expansion of societies, it is most important for the response of a hazard to evolve as well (Steelman and McCaffrey, 2013). Strong collaboration within and between emergency response agencies is needed. Unfortunately, this collaboration is difficult not just because of the intricacy of the hazard but also due the agencies and diverse composition of people involved in it (Eide, et al. 2012). Hence, this project aims to identify and analyze the barriers in the implementation. The most common would be to build the communication gap between the desired practice and current practice and collaboration of both inter and intra organisations. Risk communication involves interactive exchange of information between stakeholders, risk managers and the general public. Thus, communication barriers should be avoided in policy making. Community preparedness and prevention approaches could be helpful in stimulating flexibility between the sub-national and regional level plans for crisis.
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