Article 4: paragraph 6 “Support the different levels and branches of public authority in the performance of tasks related to social, political, cultural, geographical, environmental, economic and civil protection measures in disaster situations within the framework of the relevant plans. Article 134: “. Article 1, Any person,. it must provide public services. Necessary. to deal with situations of public disasters. Article 326: “The security of the nation is based on co-responsibility between the State and civil society. Article 34: The common tasks of the Police Forces Ord.11 are to cooperate with other institutions and bodies of security of citizens in situations of disasters, disasters or public disasters. Article 332: “. protect citizens…, Organize: …, Item 4, An organization for civil protection and disaster management. `Article 15.
“If the magnitude of the emergency exceeds capacity, they shall inform the civil defence agencies. where there is the local capacity to respond effectively to its consequences. • Strategic Framework for Emergency Prevention, Assessment, Preparedness, Response and Mitigation (UNEP). 2: “States of emergency are circumstances. that seriously affect the security of the nation, its citizens or its institutions. Objective situations of extreme gravity that do not have the usual means for the State to deal with them. Art. 55: « . Right to protection,.
faced with situations that constitute a threat, vulnerability or risk. citizen participation,. “ORGANIC LAW OF THE BOLIVARIAN POLICE SERVICE AND NATIONAL POLICE FORCE Article 19: The Following functions correspond to the Strategic Operational Command. Ord.6 Planning, organization, coordination and monitoring of support to civil protection and civil protection organizations. • ACS, within the framework of the Special Committee on Natural Disasters. Project entitled “Promoting the exchange of technical cooperation on emergency assistance among Member States. It is coordinated by the National Directorate of Civil Protection and Management (DNPCAD). CONSTITUTION OF THE BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA (According to Official Gazette No.
36.860 of 30.12.1999. ORGANIC LAW OF THE BOLIVARIAN NATIONAL ARMED FORCES Its purpose is to regulate the ownership of unused urban land suitable for the development of social housing programs and living spaces. Art. 25: “Social risk management includes,. aspects of the prevention, prevention, mitigation, response and restoration of events of a natural technical and social order,.. Promulgated by Official Gazette No. 5940 of 12.07.2009. Art.
2: “These are citizens` security organs: paragraph 6. The Organization for The Protection and Management of Civilians. » art. 1: « . Regulate organization, competence, integration, coordination and operations. at the national, state and local levels. • World Parliament for Peace and Territorial Security. • Ratification process of the Agreement between Members and Associate Members of the Association of Caribbean States on Natural Disasters (ACS). • Andean Community of Nations (CAN), creation of the Andean Committee for Disaster Prevention and Awareness (CAPRADE), based on the Andean Programme for Risk Prevention and Reduction (PREANDINO). Its purpose is to regulate the police service in the various political and territorial areas and its presbytery, as well as the establishment, organization and competence of the Bolivarian National Police Force on the basis of the norms, principles and values established in the Constitution of the Republic. (According to Official Gazette No.
5557 extraordinary of 13.11.2001) Art. 3: “The National Organization for Civil Protection and Administration,. Plan. Promotes. Conceived. Define policies. Strengthens. and Integrates civil protection and disaster management activities. 24: “The civil protection system must be understood as a management of social risks, in which the various organs of public authority at national, state and municipal level with the participation of society.
Article 18: These are the powers of the administrative body. 14. Develop and monitor special operational plans for police forces in exceptional circumstances or disasters to effectively manage situations affecting the exercise of civil rights, social peace and coexistence. Article 42: Functions of the Bolivarian National Guard: Ordinance 6; cooperation in the prevention and investigation of offences provided for in the relevant legislation. public order, citizen security, criminal investigations. and support to civil protection and civil protection authorities. Article 23: In accordance with Article 332 of the Constitution. • Natural disaster reduction and recovery programmes (UNDP). Article 338: “. It may order states of emergency…, the state of alert in the event of a disaster, public disaster,…, state of internal or external disturbances.
» Art. 1: “Alarm status, restore normality in no time. Article 3: “The fundamental task of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces is to guarantee the independence and sovereignty of the nation and to ensure the integrity of the geographical area through military defense.” Art. Art. 178: “They fall within the jurisdiction of the municipality. Paragraph 4, Environmental protection. and civil protection,. • Ibero-American Association for Government Protection / Civil Defense Agencies. • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), document “The Challenge of Natural Disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean: Plan of Action”. Recently reformed and published in the Official Gazette of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela No. 39.359 of 2 February 2010. Article 156: “It is the competence of the national public authority:.
Paragraph 9, the risk and emergency management regime. “Article 7:”. the provisions of article 339 of the Constitution of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, articles 4 and 2 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and articles 27 and 2 of the American Convention on Human Rights, guarantees of rights on: paragraph 3. The protection of the family… ». DECREE HAVING THE FORCE OF LAW OF THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR CIVIL PROTECTION AND ADMINISTRATION. (PCAD) Art. Art. 13: “the state of internal disturbances, which lead to significant disturbances of internal public order and constitute a known or imminent threat to institutional stability, the coexistence of citizens and public security. Article 12: High-risk areas are lands that are potentially floodable and unstable due to their soil characteristics, those whose very steep slopes are at risk of collapse and those that have been declared by the competent civil protection and management authorities. • United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT), which includes in Chapter IV the Global Plan of Action entitled “Capacity for prevention, mitigation, preparedness and recovery”.