Basing on the present scenario, the tasks will be delegated by the members of the hospital administration that involves the director, the chief medical officer and the two assistants in the above top administrative positions (Sasser.et.al.2009). For the sake of identity, these top leaders in the administration shall be labeled with their first and last names as they are delegated duties. In regard to their duties and responsibilities, the director will be in charge of supervising and checking the availability of resources basic needs like the food, water and shelter together with the health facilities to facilitate the first aid. The chief medical officer will be in charge of supervising all the processes that will facilitate the efficient operation of the first aid as well as the emergence response decisions. Wanda will be charged with the responsibility of helping the injured people with the medication that can ease the pain as well as other types of medication that can easily the control of the disinfections in case there is an excessive blood loss.
Further recruitment in the team is Geri that serves to help the orderly in the arrangement of the required items in the health unit as well as moving the dead. The choice of these people to take care of the plan was based on their individual brilliance in terms of the skills and the attributes(Rathore.et.al.2012). Wanda & Geri are chosen have a medical background that enables them have a deep understanding of the medical needs of the patients. Another reason that will guide the selection is that they must have a good experience in the administrative skills. The dedication towards their work also matters during the selection process. This fact will help to provide the sense of responsibility for the job.
The spot administrative decisions will all be handled by the director apart from offering the meaningful assistance to the medical officer in the handling some of the matters that may sound critical and call for further intervention from the higher office which is the office the director. As a matter of fact, we shall have the medical officer taking care of the major injuries as a way of helping the orderly dispense his duties more effectively and evenly (Koenig & Schultz 2010). We shall have the orderly obtaining the medical supplies for his duties in the health clinic under the help of the chief medical officer. Wanda & Geri together with the orderly will work jointly to ensure there is provision of the basic necessities like the food, water and medicine to the injured persons and also facilitating the availability of shelter for the injured as part of the basic needs.
Since there is need for the authoritative representation, the National Disaster Management Authority has been working to govern the disasters in the region under the guidance of the central government (Wallace & De Balogh 1985). This body works to ensure there is a controlled emergence response to the occurrence of the disasters in the country as soon as they occur. The body is controlled by the majority people that are experienced with vast skills and experiences regarding matters of disaster management (Christian.et.al.2014). The body also contains the group of specialists that work jointly to ensure the right decision has been arrived for the purpose of ensuring the injured gets to recover very fast also predict the likely occurrence pattern of the disaster in the region based on its vulnerability ratio. In a case example we have had the occurrence of disaster in Eritrea that led to the death of 300 persons and again 50 more people are missing. Voluntary experts came up to help the investigation and influence the proper means of dealing with the disasters in the region.
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