Project Title

Tsunami Threat Assessment for National Tsunami Warning Centers of APEC Economies 

Project Year

2017   

Project Number

EPWG 01 2017A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EPWG 01 2017A 

Project Title

Tsunami Threat Assessment for National Tsunami Warning Centers of APEC Economies 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2017 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

146,566 

Co-funding Amount

25,000 

Total Project Value

171,566 

Sponsoring Forum

Emergency Preparedness Working Group (EPWG) 

Topics

Emergency Preparedness 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chile 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Australia; Japan; Mexico; Peru; Chinese Taipei; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/06/2017 

Expected Completion Date

30/06/2018 

Project Proponent Name 1

Camilo Grez 

Job Title 1

Chief of Cabinet 

Organization 1

Chilean National Office for Emergency (ONEMI) 

Postal Address 1

Av. Beauchef 1671 

Telephone 1

56-2 24018815 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

cgrez@onemi.gov.cl 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Camilo Grez 

Project Summary

Tsunamis within the Pacific Rim have not only affected the lives and wellbeing of thousands of people within the APEC region, but also have direct implications on trade and investment flows.

In this regard, Tsunami Warning Centers (TWC), in accordance to domestic regulations, have the responsibility to give accurate and timely advice to local authorities about possible threats, in the very first moments after any major seismic event in the region.

For this reason, this project builds on the need for coordinated efforts between TWCs, Disaster Management Offices, and relevant decision makers, in order to improve tsunami assessments and share Standard Operational Procedures (SOP). The latter will be done through a seminar to be held during 2017, in Chile that seeks to gather professionals from all relevant regional expert bodies to discuss ways to achieve greater levels of coordination and exchange of information between them.

Relevance

The action framework of Sendai identifies 4 priorities for the period 2015-2030 in respect to Disaster Risk Reduction; and tsunamis is one of the events that kill more people although these its lower frequency in comparison with others. A better understanding of the tsunami behavior and strengthening disaster preparedness for effective response to Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), shall allow APEC economies to decrease damages of material and non-material costs in case of a new event. Therefore, it should be a regional objective in the Pacific basin and not by individual and uneven efforts between the economies. The APEC economies have a disadvantage with regard to other geographic zones of reduced seismic activity and different types of earthquakes because of these are within the Pacific Ring of Fire. Likewise, as these are relatively close to earthquake-prone zones where can occur later tsunamis, a quick response of the Tsunami Warning Center (TWC) and Disaster Management Office (DMO) is required to alert promptly to the coastal population. For this reason, it is necessary to acquire scientific knowledge, tools, facilities, systems and protocols which allow providing a quick and the most precise assessment possible on tsunami threat for coasts and far-field zones, if required. In this way, evacuation plans and precautionary measures to prevent further damage in coastal zones can be carried out in a more efficient and effective manner. However, there are not fail-safe systems for which it is important to know the weaknesses in the seismic wave detection systems, sea level variation systems and forecasting tools which, although these are technologically advanced, do not represent faithfully the tsunami consequences in some opportunities. This information shall allow leaders of APEC economies to obtain a general view to make decisions in preparedness and during and subsequent emergency. It is estimated that the benefits of this project can be projected at medium and long term in relation to the knowledge can be used within the procedures developed individually and in the MDO’s works in their corresponding jurisdictional areas and within the regional relationships to address this kind of natural disasters.

The overall proposal falls into rank 1 project, since it will contribute to enhance emergency preparedness and disaster management, including the implementation of the APEC Disaster Risk Reduction Framework.

Objectives

General Objective: To make known authorities and TWC and DMO decision-makers the available tools to assess the tsunami threat and to show strengths and weaknesses for these processes.

Specific Objectives:

· To know the state of the art in relation to monitoring and local, regional and distant tsunami forecast;

· To share tools used by Regional and Research Centers to compensate the knowledge and improve the local threat assessment;

· To share experiences and best practices and policies between APEC economies, in terms of trade accessibility and the development of a stronger network in the Pacific basin; and

. To strengthen the commitment of APEC economies with the action framework of Sendai.

Alignment

The fundament and objective of APEC as main economic forum lies in “Supporting prosperity and sustainable economic growth within the Asia-Pacific region”. The latter can be achieved by “Promoting commerce, free and open investing, boosting and accelerating the regional economic integration, promoting economic and technical cooperation, facilitating a favorable and sustainable business environment”. As a complement, new priorities have been defined (APEC Vietnam) such as, promoting sustainable, inclusive and innovative growth; deepen the regional economic integration; strengthen the minor and medium enterprises’s competitiveness; improve alimentary safety and sustainable agriculture in response to climate change. From another point of view, the recent meeting of Commerce Ministers from the APEC member states, pointed out the necessity to strengthen the technical and economic cooperation in the region.

In relation to the EPWG, his 2017 workplan states that the purpose of the group is to begin to put in operation the Disaster Risk Reduction framework within APEC and his related 2016 action plan. This plan puts forward and ensures the adoption of the “new normal” vision, characterized by at least two phenomena: the growing frequency, magnitude and extent of natural disasters and the following disturbance in production and supply chain that are increasingly integrated. Finally, the expected outcome of the Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) framework and his respective Action Plan is to contribute to the construction of more adaptable and resilient economies in relation to disasters.

Additionally, we support the main topic discussed in APEC’s meeting in Vietnam in 2017, on “creating a new dynamism, promote a shared future”, that requires as a previous condition, an adaptable and disaster resilient APEC.

TILF/ASF Justification

Within the specific objectives of this project is the intention to share information, tools and methodologies within APEC economies in order to level the knowledge of developing economies and in general to all those involved. This will be achieved with the commitment of the entire chain involved, from decision makers to DMO and TWC operators, not forgetting the main links, which are communities at risk. 

The information and training provided during the workshop will allow the APEC developing economies to know about the functioning, weaknesses and strengths, in addition to encouraging the implementation of a Tsunami Warning Center (TWC) in the event that it does not exist, or to know the actions that could be carried out using the products that are usually emitted by the Regional Centers. 

The sharing of experiences between the different users and suppliers, especially in relation to the recent events occurred in the basin, will allow us to know the causes of the development of the Tsunami Warning Centers and Systems, as well as the different inconveniences that occurred during the assessment and response. These experiences will be an important incentive to achieve the commitment of the different economies and to act in accordance with the lessons learned, with the ultimate aim of safeguarding the life of coastal communities. 

Thus, this project aims at providing sound information to support: 

- Crisis management capacities (e.g., emergency assistance) during an early warning scenario, and;

- Developing disaster risk reduction strategies, such as measures for adaptation and mitigation, especially between developing economies. In this sense, the project focuses particularly on improving tsunami assessments and sharing Standard Operational Procedures, assessing vulnerability factors of people exposed to tsunamis in terms of loss of life, injury and loss of livelihood. The assessment framework outlines potential paths for reducing disaster risk and vulnerability through preventive measures before a disaster manifests, and through disaster response and management in the aftermath of a disaster, providing an overview of the key steps to be followed in applying risk reduction procedures.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The main product of the project is a three-day workshop to be held during November 2017, in Santiago, Chile. The aim of this workshop is to promote the exchange of knowledge, experience and best practices between APEC economies in the area of tsunami disaster management. The project also attempts to improve the understanding of tsunami behavior, improvements of tsunamis forecast models and tools for Decision Support Systems among APEC economies, providing an overview of the best practices carried out by important actors/experts and more experienced economies and Regional Centers.

This workshop will be carefully planned during the following months, and then a set of workshop materials will be prepared for the participants. The Chilean staff intends to include speakers from APEC and PA economies, in order to have a balance in the discussions that will take place in the three-day workshop, including all the relevant points of views, from government officials, academics, and experts, among others. 

For the success of this project, APEC economies’ representatives will be encouraged to participate in this activity and the Chilean staff will develop actions towards this end, such as contacting embassies and governmental authorities to obtain responses to participate in the workshop and increase networking. 

The Chilean staff will summarize the main recommendations and conclusions of the three-day workshop. Then, the staff will share drafts for comments and suggestions with participants from APEC economies during 2018. 

Lastly, it is estimated that the workshop will allow networking between speakers and participants to exchange views and experiences on tsunami disaster management, behavior, response, and strengths and weaknesses of the state of the art. It will also promote better understanding of available working tools and initiatives within APEC.

Outcomes: Currently a significant number of APEC economies have TWCs, which in their Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) transmit the information to the corresponding authorities generally through the DMO. In the case of tsunamis, either local or trans-oceanic, regional centers such as the PTWC, SECS, NWPTAC, among others, also operate. These centers have very useful tools that are relevant when making decisions during the response, so it is important to know their operation, considering the strengths and weaknesses. Likewise, due to the high recurrence of tsunamis in the Pacific basin, there is valuable information and experience that are relevant to the APEC economies.

Considering the above-mentioned, this project will contribute to the following: 

-  To improve knowledge of tsunami behavior and its coastal impact and effects in the economies;

-  To rise and improve tsunami awareness within the APEC economies in the whole Pacific basin;

-  To contribute to APEC developing economies, among others, to improve their Tsunami Disaster Management processes and systems;

-  To provide a better understanding to decision makers, TWC, and DMO about strengths and weaknesses forecast tools;

-  To share tsunami forecast and Decision Support System tools and Standard Operational Processes between Regional and domestic Centers;

-  To identify gaps in seismic and sea level monitoring;

-  To promote and identify financial support to improve the monitoring network;

-  To facilitate group access to data sharing and best practices through the peer learning process; and

-  To detect opportunities toward collaboration between domestic and Regional Centers and between DMOs. 

Coastal economies within the Pacific basin are at constant risk of tsunamis, mainly local or near-field, which require assessment within the first few minutes, being this the great challenge to deal with. In the case of major events, communication systems have drawbacks that do not allow a smooth communication with regional centers, so local procedures should be available for immediate response. 

The outcomes of this project will contribute to an increasing knowledge between the TWC and DMO. These tools will provide the necessary information to create, modify and / or strengthen monitoring systems and training and response procedures. In carrying out these actions, we will identify the shortcomings with respect to the institutional framework within the respective economies, which are relevant to the delivery of responsibilities in the Institutions that are in the process of managing the emergency and mainly the mitigation. 

Although this 3-day workshop activity does not provide the solution to the problem, it is expected to keep the monitoring of the processes carried out primarily by the economies with the least capacity for assessment and response to tsunamis. It is also expected that the EPWG will remain active in the Tsunami threat and thereby keep all APEC economies at the forefront of the state of the art.

Definitely, APEC economies have to make progress toward the development of public policies that support reduction and mitigation of natural disasters. Learning from best practices in this regard, will help substantially to move more effectively and efficiently. 

Finally, this project will seek to generate continuous work between APEC economies, exploring collaborative actions with APEC hosting economies in the following years. 

Beneficiaries: Primarily, the project will benefit public officials and regulators. Multi-stakeholders, including civil society, and any public or private stakeholders will benefit with a better knowledge of tsunami behavior, its effects, disaster risk reduction, forecast and tsunamis monitoring tools, their strengths and weaknesses. 

In that context, we estimate that the direct beneficiaries of the workshop will be participants from APEC economies, especially Disaster Risk Reduction decision makers, Disaster Management Officers and Tsunami Warning Center managers from the member economies, including those not able to attend the workshop, who will be able to draw on the repository of the workshop. This information will contribute to the work of regulators, research and academia. 

Direct workshop beneficiaries:

· Governments Representatives a of APEC economies;

·  Disaster Management Officers;

·  Representatives of the Tsunami Program of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC);

·  Tsunami Warning Center´s managers, researchers and watchstanders;

·  Seismological Center´s managers, researchers and watch-standers;

·  Pacific Tsunami Warning and Mitigation System members;

·  Domestic NGOs e.g. Techo, Red Nacional de Emergencias (RNE), among others;

·  Local Public and private Universities; and

·  Research Centers for Disaster Risk Reduction and Natural Disasters. 

The project executors will ensure fruitful and active informational exchange among all participants, including cross-for a co-operation on the issues related to the successful implementation of the project.

Dissemination

This Project considers the following activities to disseminate its outcomes: 

The workshop proceedings and the possible establishment / improvement of the DMO / TWC network are key elements within a plan to disseminate the results and conclusions of the project.  It is intended to publish the workshop proceedings in digital format, through the APEC website. Also, it is considered to achieve a greater level of dissemination of the results of this project through information share from supporting governments and NGOs u other organizations interested in the dissemination and development of this contents. Another way to disseminate the results shall be social media such as twitter, news releases in the websites or newspapers. 

Additionally, the workshop presentations will be disseminated through APEC and IOC Tsunami program, either public or private. 

The directly targeted audiences are public officials; DMO, TWC, experts in the Earth Sciences field; civil society; and any public or private stakeholders involved or with interest in these fields. 

It is expected that participants from APEC economies, as well as other economies, could attend the workshop. For the staff it is fundamental to incorporate men and women as speakers and participants for the three-day workshop. The work team will explore options for remote participation in the workshop via streaming. 

A brief summary of the project’s outcomes, will be presented during the first APEC meeting, following the workshop. 

It is not contemplated to sell outputs arising from this project. On the contrary, its core objective is to disseminate as much as possible the results, in order to attain interest, commentaries, or any kind of contribution from APEC economies for the development of a binding frame of good practices in short term. 

To disseminate workshop's results and conclusions, it is intended to publish them in digital format (e-booklet), through ONEMI and SHOA websites. Also, it is considered to achieve a higher level of dissemination of the results of this project through information sharing from supporting governments and other organizations interested in the dissemination and development of this contents. Another way to disseminate the results will be social media such as twitter, news releases in the websites or newspapers. 

A brief summary of the project's outcomes, especially the e-booklet, will be presented during the first EPWG meeting, following the workshop.

Gender

This project will ensure active participation of women, as speakers and attendees. 

The organization of the workshop will comply with APEC’s gender balance principles. As the organizing economy, we propose to encourage the equal participation of women and men from the member economies attending the Workshop.  This principle will also be communicated to local Chilean agencies that will be invited to attend. 

It should be noted that the project will take into account the unequal gender impact of tsunamis and the recovery process on women. 

It is intended to send an open invitation for women involved in academic institutions, social organizations with interest in matters linked to this project. 

In midterm, it is expected that this project will help to achieve a more active engagement of stakeholders involved in gender claims in the framework of DMOs, TWCs, among other organizations.

Work Plan

August

Develop the agenda of a workshop with inputs of APEC economies and invite speakers from stakeholders.

September – October

Logistics and document preparation; invite EPWG members to nominate participants representing their respective economy.

November

Hold the three-day workshop, in Santiago, Chile.

January-April

Develop a summary report/progress report after the seminar and submit it to CSOM for information, as well as a brochure including the presentations and main conclusions to be digitally circulated.


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ugust 2017: Developing the agenda: Identify the workshop speakers and participants. As well as the preparation of the workshop in terms of programing, preparation of material and circulating the respective invitations, among others.

August 2017: Contacting the speakers for the workshop: Based on prior activities, speakers will be invited; as well as experts and authorities from relevant agencies on this issue. The importance of its role as speakers will be explained; as well as the possibility to support MSMEs, services and trade facilitation, improving the globalization of these businesses. 

September 2017: Program follow up: Design the workshop and prepare the workshop. The structure of the workshop will be developed considering the list of speakers obtained in the prior activity. Contributions of the co-sponsoring and participating economies will be taken into account. In parallel, the work team will develop the materials for the workshop.  These materials will include research papers written by the speakers and participants of the workshop. To reach this objective, a thorough read of the available literature will be necessary. 

September 2017: Contacting the participants: This month will be focused on detecting possible workshop participants. Invitations will be sending out to participants in the public-private workshop; not only to the eligible economies, but also other APEC economies. By achieving this objective, governmental authorities and embassies will be asked to support the dissemination of the importance of participating in this workshop. 

October 2017: Speakers and Participant’s confirmation:  As it was stated beforehand, one of the results of the activities conducted during the months of March and April will be preliminary lists of participants and speakers.  During March and April, the Chilean staff will contact them again to confirm their workshop participation. With their confirmation, the staff will help to arrange flights and hotels for them. 

November  2017: Holding the three-day workshop “Tsunami Threat Assessment for Tsunami Warning Centers of APEC Economies”: gathering experts in project topics, as well as government agencies involved in these issues and other public institutions. 

January – April - 2018: Outcomes Diffusion: through the APEC website as well as interested intergovernmental - government agencies’ websites. In case be required, also project will be presented in different activities of the field.

Risks

This project may face difficulties to achieve a high level of quality of speakers that are able to engage and fully address the objectives established within the project. Efforts will be made to obtain high quality responses. To increase the probability of attaining high level speakers, the Chilean network will play an important role, as will the co-sponsoring economies that have trade contacts that will motivate the participation in this project. 

The major risk is to not obtain a comprehensive participation in the event as is intended. Nevertheless, we expect participants from co-sponsoring and other interested economies. To minimize this risk, all the actions will be supported by Chilean embassies and trade representatives in all APEC economies. This network will help identify and engage possible speakers and participants. In this sense, it is important for the success of this project to involve a wide audience, with sufficient representation for the varied positions around this topic. In this sense, the planning of this project will contemplate an early dissemination of its components, the topics and experts of the three-day workshop. 

Finally, the possible difficulties for the achievement of recommendations that actually will contribute to the policy change in this matter. This outcome will depend mainly of the success of the three-day workshop: quality of speakers; proper registration of the information shared on the sessions of the workshop; appropriate material support for each session, etc. All this measures will be coordinated with sufficient advance for the success of the occasion.

Monitoring and Evaluation

As a short term indicator will be the survey that will be applied, related to the experiences learned at the three-day workshop, and an overall evaluation of the experience to assess the effectiveness of the dialogue with respect to the relevance on the topics, presentations by speakers, overall impact and suggestions for further activities or topics. The survey would include elements such as: level of satisfaction of each of the discussion panels in terms of knowledge acquired and transmitted as well as the level of possible implementation of lessons and recommendations of each panel within other APEC economies. 

In terms of its mid-term impact, this can be measured by the number of downloads from the APEC web page of the workshops final report that will reflect the discussions undertaken during the workshop. A target of 200 downloads in the first two months after the holding of the Workshop could be established. 

Furthermore, information on the following indicators will be collected to measure/assess progress and impact: 

The first indicator to be used is to assess whether the Workshop meets its set objectives. This can be assessed comparing what participants gain from the Workshop (using an evaluation form) and whether the Workshop is able to produce practical recommendations to be submitted to relevant APEC committees/WGs/fora. 

The second indicator can be the quality of speakers; this can also be assessed by compiling comments of participants in the evaluation forms. 

The third indicator relates to the issue of gender: How many female participants can attend and learn from the knowledge/experience shared at the Workshop and how many female speakers can come and share their expertise. It is expected that 30% to 40% of the participants attending the Workshop be women. 

The forth is a communications indicator that will tell us how widely the Workshop’s materials will be disseminated to interested groups in APEC: it is planned that presentations and documents of the Workshop be made available via the APEC Meeting Document Database. The Project’s Report will be presented to EPWG for consideration. The PO will check with APEC Secretariat to make sure that the materials of the Workshop will be uploaded to the APEC AIMP; the PO will also be responsible for sending the report to APEC’s relevant working groups. 

The fifth indicator is how many participants from the developing economies can benefit from this Workshop.

Linkages

In organizing process of the Workshop, we will explore opportunities to work with relevant sub-for a, including APEC Climate Centre (climate prediction systems); Human Resource Development Working Group; Health Working Group; Agriculture Technical Cooperation Working Group; UN and other regional (ARF) and international agencies, NGOs and private sector. Members of the other subfora will be consulted as the project develops, and will be invited to participate in sessions where appropriate. The Steering Committee on ECOTECH will be used as a vehicle to disseminate information about this project and reach out to other subfora for their involvement as appropriate, including through the sharing of information and research from related APEC projects. Given the important role of the private sector entities will be encouraged to contribute to this project by participating in the survey and workshop. 

A selection of representatives from the above-mentioned groups and organizations will be invited to make presentations and share experiences and lesson learnt on assessing the tsunami threat. PO will also contact external stakeholders early to ensure their support and commitment to the project and include stakeholders in the design and development of the workshop agenda.

Sustainability

It is contemplated to share the final recommendations guide with APEC economies for comments and suggestions in order to include all the observations. The latter will enable to present this recommendations guide for approval Emergency Preparedness Working Group (EPWG) and finally, to circulate this guide as an APEC publication. Consequently, the results of the workshop will be disseminated to the APEC economies for comments and suggestions. This type of activity will help to consider views and maintain cooperation among the members. 

It is expected that such step in long term will promote the collaboration between APEC economies, exploring collaborative projects with APEC host economies in the following years. 

In terms of its mid-term impact, this can be measured by the number of downloads from the APEC web page of the workshops final report that will reflect the discussions undertaken during the workshop. A target of 200 downloads in the first two months after the holding of the Workshop could be established. 

Furthermore, information on the following indicators will be collected to measure/assess progress and impact: 

The first indicator to be used is to assess whether the Workshop meets its set objectives. This can be assessed comparing what participants gain from the Workshop (using an evaluation form) and whether the Workshop is able to produce practical recommendations to be submitted to relevant APEC committees/WGs/fora. 

The second indicator can be the quality of speakers; this can also be assessed by compiling comments of participants in the evaluation forms. 

The third indicator relates to the issue of gender: How many female participants can attend and learn from the knowledge/experience shared at the Workshop and how many female speakers can come and share their expertise. It is expected that 30% to 40% of the participants attending the Workshop be women. 

The forth is a communications indicator that will tell us how widely the Workshop’s materials will be disseminated to interested groups in APEC: it is planned that presentations and documents of the Workshop be made available via the APEC Meeting Document Database. The Project’s Report will be presented to EPWG for consideration. The PO will check with APEC Secretariat to make sure that the materials of the Workshop will be uploaded to the APEC AIMP; the PO will also be responsible for sending the report to APEC’s relevant working groups. 

The fifth indicator is how many participants from the developing economies can benefit from this Workshop.

Project Overseers

First Point of Contact:
Mr. Camilo Grez
Chief of Cabinet
Chilean Office for Emergency of the Ministry of Interior and Public Security (ONEMI)

Engineer, Master in Economics and Public Policy, with specialization courses in Disaster Risk Management in Chile, the United States and Japan, with more than 6 years of experience in the Chilean Emergency Office of the Ministry of the Interior. Chief of Civil Protection and Head of Programs, currently serving as Chief of Staff since January 2016. 

Second Point of Contact:
Mr. Carlos Zuniga
Head of Oceanography Department
Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service of the Chilean Navy
Tel:  +56 32 2266670
Email: czuniga@shoa.cl

Cost Efficiency

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Drawdown Timetable

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Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

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