1. What is the primary agent responsible for causing injury or destruction in disasters?
2. Residual risk refers to the risk that remains even after implementing comprehensive mitigation, preparedness, and response measures. Which of the following is an example of residual risk?
3. In the Disaster Action Phase, what is the stage that involves assessing the nature and impact of the disaster and evaluating victims' needs?
4. Earthquakes are sudden movements within the Earth's crust accompanied by earth vibrations. Which prevention measure can reduce earthquake risk?
5. What term describes an occurrence of a disease that surpasses the usual frequency for a specific place and time?
6. Which of the following is NOT a consequence of a disaster?
7. What term is used to describe emergency situations resulting from deliberate human actions that lead to casualties, loss of basic services, and livelihood?
8. What action is recommended in dealing with Mines and Unexploded Ordnances (UXOs) in affected areas?
9. What is the key to addressing transport-related accidents and improving road safety?
10. What are the stages of emotional response that disaster victims typically go through?
11. What is the main role of health workers in helping disaster victims during the "strong emotional response" stage?
12. What is the long-term impact of some disasters, such as nuclear accidents?
13. The triangle that is used to understand the relationship between work, health, and disease is known as the
14. The first you should do if you discover fire in your work place is to;
15. Do you think giving downloadable certificates after a quiz is a good way of motivation?