• Picha Sriprachan Department of Facility Management Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Bangkok, Thailand
Keywords: Integration factory disaster management plan, Flood crisis


In 2011, Thailand suffered the most severe flooding. During the period of 25 July 2011 to 16 January 2012, a total of 175 days. The flood situation in 7 industrial estates in Ayutthaya and Pathum Thani provinces affecting industrial factories. Many places were damaged or it is necessary to suspend the production line. The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has assessed the damage that there are 838 factories located in 7 industrial estates, 9,021 factories outside the industrial estates, 285,000 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and at least 1.8 million workers affected by the flooding. Therefore, from the above problems to see the importance of preparing and reducing damage caused by floods. It is important to have an integration management planning to prepare for emergency situations and unexpected events in industrial plants. To help reduce the damage caused by flood disasters including the participation of personnel in industrial plants. From the result, the researchers found that those involved with industrial factories in the risk areas are lack of understanding in flood management plan in their factory. The conclusion of this study is the integration factory disaster management in flood crisis is divided into 4 steps which are 1. Preparation plan 2. Establish an emergency situation management center 3. Evacuation plan 4. Recovery and Rehabilitation plan