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MISSION 1

TARLAC BRIEF PROVINCIAL HAZARD PROFILE 2

TARLAC PDRRMC EMS/ DISASTER ASSISTANCE AND RESPONSE TEAM 10

DISASTER ASSISTANCE AND RESPONSE TEAM ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 11

PDRRMC DART/EMS PERSONNEL INFORMATION 12

PDRRMC SUPPORT AND ADMIN STAFF 13

1. RISK OR DANGER TO THE LIFE OF THE RESCUE GROUP IN DOING THE


OPERATION AGAINST THE POSSIBLE OF SAVING LIFE. (NATURAL OR
HUMAN INDUCED DISASTER/COMPLEX EMERGENCY) 14
1.1 Life Threatening/Serious Injuries 15
1.2 Minor Injuries 21

2. POSSIBLE RISK TO THE LIFE/LIVES OF THE BENEFICIARIES 22


2.1 High Vulnerability to Death 23

3. EXISTENCE OF OPERATION CENTER 24


3.1 Availability of Contact Lines 26
3.2 Timelines of Response 27
3.3 Independent Resource being Utilized 34
a. Life-saving equipment (basic SAR including indigenous materials)
b. Mobility equipment (transportation equipment) 49
c. Mobilization of Volunteers 55
3.4 Availability of Standard Operating Procedures(SOP) for Deployment 63
a. Written and agreed procedures(if possible, following the chain of command)
b. Incident Command System, if any 67

4. TRAINING (AVAILED BY THE GROUP OR PROVIDED TO A CERTAIN GROUP


OF RESPONDERS) 68
a. Assessment of disaster environment 70
b. Basic Search and Rescue Course 71
c. Incident Command System 94
d. International Search and Rescue Advisory Group
(INSARAG) Courses/Exercises

5. RECOGNITION FROM THE COMMUNITY OR ANY ORGANIZATION;


OR ACCREDITATION FROM HIGHER LEVEL SEARCH AND RESCUE ORGANIZATION 96

6. OTHER ACTIVITIES 122

7. WAYS FORWARD 132