The purpose of this lecture is to learn the basic methods of facility planning for emergency and disaster situations as well as for normal situations. In addition to an overview of disasters such as earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, landslides, and fires, students will learn how to recognize these risks and how to reflect them in facility planning through lectures and simple exercises. Students will also learn how to recognize the risks and how to reflect them in facility planning through lectures and simple exercises. Students will also understand the background of disaster prevention-related provisions in laws and regulations such as the Building Standards Law and the City Planning Law.
At the end of this course, students will be able to acquire basic methods of facility planning considering not only in the usual situation but also in case of emergency or disaster.
Facility planning, Disaster prevention/mitigation planning, Risk awareness, Resilience, Building Standards Law, GIS
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Lecture and exercise.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction||Types and history of disasters in cities|
|Class 2||Preparing for earthquake (1)||- Background and actual conditions of dense built-up wooden residential areas - Measures for urban fireproofing and earthquake resistance|
|Class 3||Preparing for earthquake (2)||Assumption of earthquake damage, evacuation sites and shelters, hazard maps [Exercise] Earthquake damage risk and evacuation sites and shelters around us|
|Class 4||Preparing for earthquake (3)||Measures for people who have difficulty returning home, business continuity plan (BCP) and district continuity plan (DCP)|
|Class 5||Preparing for flood, tsunami, and landslide (1)||- Understanding the risk of flood, tsunami, and landslide disasters in buildings and cities - Hazard maps|
|Class 6||Preparing for flood, tsunami, and landslide (2)||Disaster prevention planning for flood, tsunami, and landslide in buildings and cities [Exercise] Flood, tsunami, and landslide disaster risks around us|
|Class 7||Preparing for fire (1)||Fire outbreaks and fire spread phenomena in buildings and countermeasures|
|Class 8||Preparing for fire (2)||Fire spread phenomena and countermeasures in cities [Exercise] Fire risks around us|
|Class 9||Disaster prevention plans in building||Concept of disaster prevention planning in buildings, focusing on medical and welfare facilities and educational facilities|
|Class 10||Escape plans in building||Concept of escape planning in buildings, focusing on medical and welfare facilities and educational facilities. [Exercise] Disaster prevention and escape planning in buildings around us|
|Class 11||Verification method for egress safety (1)||Concept of the Evacuation Safety Verification Method|
|Class 12||Verification method for egress safety (2)||[Exercise] To learn the evacuation safety verification method through simple exercises|
|Class 13||Technology to support disaster prevention planning (1)||Introduction to GIS, simulation technology, etc.|
|Class 14||Technology to support disaster prevention planning (2)||[Exercise] GIS-based disaster risk assessment for cities and regions (Bring your personal laptop)|
To enhance effective learning, students are encouraged to spend approximately 100 minutes preparing for class and another 100 minutes reviewing class content afterwards (including assignments) for each class.
They should do so by referring to textbooks and other course material.
Evaluate by considering the situation in lectures and exercises comprehensively.
Bring your personal laptop.
- It is preferable to take courses together with 'Exercises in Facility Planning' in 4Q.
- This class will be taught in English as necessary.