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Integrating “Hard” and “Soft” Infrastructural Resilience Assessment for Water Distribution Systems

Table 10

List of the agents, tasks, knowledge, and resources suggested by the stakeholders and included in the metamatrix approach.

AgentTaskKnowledgeResources
DescriptionIDDescriptionIDDescriptionIDDescriptionID

Local emergency managerL.EMCrisis coordinationT1Local EM planIP1Additional water resourcesR1
CommunityCHealth assistanceT2National EM planIP2Emergency waterR2
Community leadersCLPreparedness activities with the communityT3Infrastructural conditionsIS1Economic resourcesR3
Local operational team 1L.OP1Activation and management of temporary sheltersT4Damage entity monitoringIS2Human resourcesR4
Local operational team 2L.OP2Evacuation of the citizensT5Location of damagesIS3MachineryR5
Local operational team 3L.OP3Rescue of missing peopleT6Location of casualtiesIS4Crisis management proceduresR6
Local technical supportL.TSStructural/infrastructural assessmentT7Structural damage assessmentIS5CommitmentR7
Regional technical supportR.TSRoad functionalityT8WarningsIT1TrainingR8
National emergency managersN.EMRecovery of personal objects and goods.T9Seismic monitoringIT2
National operational team 1N.OP1MonitoringT10Temporary shelter locationIP3
National operational team 2N.OP2Emergency management plan writing/updatingT11Recovery informationIP4
National operational team 3N.OP3Alerts, warnings, communication to citizensT12
National civil protectionNCPScheduling of the structural safety programT13
Water utilityWU

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