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274 Disasters – 1995-2015

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Points of
complementation
(Risk & Climate
RA10121 Assessments)
DRRM

RA RA
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CERP CCA

Point of integration RA10174


(CLUP/CDP) PSF

RA6975 (DILG Law): provides the Department’s oversight functions over the LGUs;
develop their technical, fiscal and administrative capabilities
DILG CCA-DRRM
Intervention Framework

DISASTER
RESILIENT
& CLIMATE
CHANGE
ADAPTIVE
LGs

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provide avenues for resource P
generation and project
development for the various
CCA-DRRM initiatives to
materialize.
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AGUSAN DELSUR EASTERNSAMAR
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ZAMBO DELNORTE
MT. PROVINCE, ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY
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ALBAY, CAGAYAN,
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SURIGAO DELNORTE,
NUEVA ECIJA,, BASILAN
SURIGAO DELSUR
PANGASINAN, CAPIZ, TAWI-TAWI
ZAMBOANGA DELSUR
NEGROSOR., BUKIDNON PALAWAN
COTABATO, LANAODS, SAMAR
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27 VULNERABLE
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L!STONGPamahalaang
Lokal standardized disaster
protocols for Mayors on
early preparedness actions,
response actions, and
monitoring actions through
the DISASTER
PREPAREDNESS MANUALS
(for hydro-meteorological
hazards). L!STO Teams were
also created at the local
level (DRRMO, M/CLGOO,
Fire Marshall and Chief of
Police) as support forLGUs.

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3 Sets of
• Checklists:
Early Preparations for Mayors

• Minimum Critical Preparations for Mayors

• For MLGOOs, COPs and FMs


Early Preparations for Mayors
• Prerequisites of the Checklist of Minimum Critical
Preparations for Mayors.
• Proactive actions taken as preparatory and necessary
measures to be able to carry out the functions during the
critical period when an Advisory or Alert is issued by
PAGASA.
• Done during “peace time” or when no immediate
threat of a disaster (for typhoons and related hazards:
during dry season).
Early Preparations for Mayors
A. Create B.
Institutionalize C. Build D. Equip with
structures
Competencie hardware
and policies
s and supplies
systems and plans

The
Checklist
EARLY PREPARATIONS: 1. Systems and
A. Create
Structures
structures
and
systems
Organizing and Planning Guide and References
 Sign an Executive Order creating the  Prepare hazard, risk and flush points
following organizations at the local maps
level:  Develop and disseminate a
• LDRRMC community guide/family guide for
• LDRRMO disaster preparedness and response
• Incident Command System  Update Comprehensive Land Use
• Community of Disaster Volunteers Plan (CLUP)-- one of the basis for the
(CDV) identification of highly vulnerable
• Local Chamber of Commerce areas
(LCC)/Network of local businesses …Check baseline data from the
 Prepare the following plans: Infrastructure Audit
• LDRRMP (with contingency plans)  Revisit RA 10121
• LCCAP  Issue Local DRR Communication
• Business continuity plan protocol
• Evacuation Plan
 Conduct Infrastructure Audit
EARLY PREPARATIONS
B.
: 2. Policies and
Plans
A. Create
structures
Institutionaliz
e
and
policies
systems
and plans
Assignment and Tasking Assignment and Tasking
 Create position for LDRRM Officer and 3  Direct the Administrator to provide
LDRRMO staff per RA 10121 insurances to SAR/SRR Teams
 Assign key positions of ICS  Direct Administrator to prepare a
 Assign DRRMO/MSWDO/ CSWDO/Engineers template for reporting and cancellation of
to designate evacuation centers travel authority
 Direct the Punong Barangays to create  Direct the C/MSWDO to designate
BDRRMC packing/ repacking area (warehouse)
 Assign Municipal/City Engineer to:  Direct Administrator to prepare templates
• Put up signs/directions going to for:
evacuation center • Suspension of classes
• Put up security post • Suspension of work
• Designate shelter for livestock/animal • Prohibition of fishing activities
relief park • Prohibition of sea voyage
• Designate a boat garage for coastal • Issuance of pre-emptive and forced
communities evacuation
B.
A. Create Institutionaliz
structures e
and
policies
systems
and plans
Establishing Linkages/Support
Establish a Memorandum of Agreement between:

• Supermarkets (relief good and other supplies)


• Hospitals (response, use of ambulance and management of
injured persons)
• Pharmacies (medical supplies)
• Volunteer groups (mobilization for various operations)
• Transportation groups (mobilization for various operations)
• Telecommunication companies (early warning and use of
communication equipment)
• Local construction companies (SRR & clearing operations)
• Humanitarian Organizations (retrofitting evacuation
EARLY PREPARATIONS
B.
: 3.
Competency
A. Create
structures
Institutionaliz
e
C. Build
and Competenci
policies es
systems
and plans
Training Information and Awareness Training DRRM and
of Personnel Admin Personnel
Conduct training on: Conduct training on:

• Basic Orientation on CBDRRM • ICS


• Hazard and Risk Assessment • LDRRM Planning
• Climate and Weather Forecast • LCCA Planning
• Early Warning Systems and • Community-based monitoring system
Monitoring • Alliance-building
• Infrastructure Audit • DRRMO Competency Building and
• Risk communication Development
• Media management • DRRMO Certification (renewable
every 3 years)
EARLY PREPARATIONS
B.
: 3.
Competency
A. Create
structures
Institutionaliz
e
C. Build
and Competenci
policies es
systems
and plans
Training Humanitarian Personnel Training Security, Lifeline and SRR
Conduct training on: Personnel
Conduct training on:
• Camp Management
• Flood/Swift water search and rescue
Training Post Disaster Response Personnel • Basic Life Support (First-Aid)
Conduct training on: • Basic Sanitary Inspection and Forensic
Investigation in managing the dead
• Livelihood
• Business Continuity Planning
• RDNA
• PDNA
EARLY PREPARATIONS
B.
: 4. Tools and
Equipment
A. Create
structures
Institutionaliz
e
C. Build D. Equip with
and Competenci hardware and
policies es supplies
systems
and plans
Acquiring Security, Search and Rescue, Medical and Clearing Resources
Instruct the Administrator/ DRRMO to Equipment…
purchase/prepare the following response • Two-way radio, GPS device, and other
equipment: communication equipment (consider
satellite phone)
A. Supplies • Ropes and throw bags
• First aid kits • Search light
• Cadaver bags • Protective gears (helmet and life vest)
B. Equipment • Reflectorize vest
• Boats/Vans/Trucks/Buses • Extrication kit (spine board, shovel,
• Ambulance/amphibian chainsaw, jack hammer or alternative
vehicle/Backhoe/Dump truck/Fire digging device)
trucks/Crawler/Tractor/Scoop loader • Chainsaw, bolo, shovel, water pump
(maybe borrowed from other LGUs or NGAs) • Mobile water treatment
• Siren • Caution tape
• Megaphone • K9 Unit (if available)
EARLY PREPARATIONS
B.
: 4. Tools and
Equipment
A. Create
structures
Institutionaliz
e
C. Build D. Equip with
and Competenci hardware and
policies es supplies
systems
and plans
Acquiring Security, Search and Rescue, Medical and
Clearing Resources
C. Stockpile

• Gasoline and extra batteries


• Portable generator, solar-powered generator, and
flashlights
• Potable water
• Food pack (Rice, canned goods, noodles, ready-to-
eat meals)
EARLY PREPARATIONS
B.
: 4. Tools and
Equipment
A. Create
structures
Institutionaliz
e
C. Build D. Equip with
and Competenci hardware and
policies es supplies
systems
and plans
Acquiring Humanitarian Resources
Instruct Punong Barangays to make Instruct the DRRMO to
sure that every household has purchase/prepare the following:
emergency balde A. Supplies
Refer to: • Registration logbook
DILG’s Pampamilyang Gabay sa Panahon ng B. Equipment
Kalamidad - www.dilg.gov.ph)
Bogo City’s I.M. PrepareD
• Standby vehicles
• Megaphone
…Direct the C/MSWDO to pack relief • Whistle
goods (stand-by) and to prepare • Two-way radio and other
community kitchen supplies and communication
equipment.… equipment
• Flashlight and extra
EARLY PREPARATIONS
B.
: 4. Tools and
Equipment
A. Create
structures
Institutionaliz
e
C. Build D. Equip with
and Competenci hardware and
policies es supplies
systems
and plans
Acquiring Humanitarian Resources
C. Stockpile  Direct the Administrator to
• First aid kits/medicines purchase or coordinate with
• Food pack (rice, canned goods, noodles, organizations that may lend
ready-to-eat meals) a mobile community kitchen
• Potable water during or in the aftermath of
• Hygiene kit (soap, shampoo, alcohol, the disaster
toothbrush, toothpaste, sanitary pads,
deodorant)
• Clothing (jacket, raincoat, hard hat, boots)
• Gasoline and extra batteries
• Portable generator and gasoline
• Beds and beddings
• Portable toilets
EARLY PREPARATIONS
B.
: 4. Tools and
Equipment
A. Create
structures
Institutionaliz
e
C. Build D. Equip with
and Competenci hardware and
policies es supplies
systems
and plans
Acquiring Information and Awareness Resources
Purchase/Prepare the following early warning Two-way radio, GPS device, and
equipment other communication equipment
A. Equipment (consider satellite
• Rain gauge phone)
• Water level markers • Flashlight and extra batteries
• Wind vane • Transistor Radio (single
• Bells (you can partner with the local church to frequency)
use the church bells for alarm too) • Satellite phones
• Centralized Hotline ( operated and monitored by
Command Center )
• Vehicles
• Siren/Batingaw
• Telephone/fax machine/internet connection
• Megaphone
EARLY PREPARATIONS
B.
: 4. Tools and
Equipment
A. Create
structures
Institutionaliz
e
C. Build D. Equip with
and Competenci hardware and
policies es supplies
systems
and plans
Acquiring Information and Awareness
B. Stockpile Resources
• Portable generator and gasoline
• Direct the Municipal Engineer to
create and designate public weather
bulletin boards and an area for press
conference/briefing
• Secure hazard and risk maps, and
potential flash points maps
• Directory/contact numbers of key
local and national DRRM officials, TV
and radio stations,
• school principals/administrators
Minimum Critical Preparations for Mayors
• Enumerates “things-to-do" or series of progressive
response actions that vary depending on the intensity
and possible impact of the typhoon.
• Before the issuance of any Public Storm Warning Signal
(Signal 1, 2, and 3…) the Local Chief Executives (LCEs) will
receive a new set of advisories that will be called Critical
Preparedness Actions (CPAs): Alpha, Bravo and Charlie.
Using the Disaster
The Preparedness Manual, the LCEs will
Checklist
have the general idea on how the CPAs will work.
Critical
Preparedness
Actions (CPAs)
Alert Level C: Charlie – within the TC in its diameter
Alert level B: Bravo: 50km away from Charlie
Alert Level A: Alpha – 100km away from Charlie
L!STONG
Pamahalaang Lokal
Full AVP
L!STONG Pamayanan
promotes preparedness
of the communities
against disasters through
conduct of community
simulation drills. This is in
partnership with the
Philippine Public Safety
College (PPSC) utilizing
the modules from the
Philippine Institute of
Volcanology and
Seismology (PHIVOLCS)
and the Office of Civil
Defense (OCD).
L!STONG Pamilyang Pilipino,
on the other hand, is a
partnership with DSWD. This
aims to build capacities of
families and households for
disaster preparedness. In
the Family Development
Sessions (FDS) CCT families,
shall orient the families on
the Gabay at Mapa para sa
Listong Pamilyang Pilipino

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Operation
Guidelines
Policy References
No. /Subject Date Key Content
DSWD-DILG MOA November 2015 •Joint review of prescribed
modules for FDS
•DSWD and DILG to act as
resource speakers in the FDS
•DILG to develop and provide
relevant materials
DILG MC No. 2016-48 5 April 2016 •L!STO Components
Enjoining All Concerned to •Utilization of the LDRRMFfor
Participate in all OPERATIONL!STO L!STO Activities
Activities •Direction to advocate L!STO
Activities
DILG (internal) MC 13 June 2016 •Meeting with DILG, BFPand
Operational Guidelines of the DSWD
program Components Under •Coordination of MLGOOs,
OPERATION L!STO MSWDO and MLs
Policy References
Reference Date Title
JMC No2015- September 17, Revised Guidelines for Tagging/Tracking
01 2015 Climate Change Expenditures in the Local
Budget(Amending JMC 2014-01,Dated
August 7, 2014)
MC July 22, 2015 Guidelines on Mainstreaming Climate
2015-77 Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk
Reduction in Local Development Planning
JMC No2015- July 2, 2015 Institutionalizing Participation of Youth in
01 Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster
Risk Reduction and Management -Related
Activities
JMC No April 17, 2013 Allocation and Utilization of the Local
2013- Disaster Risk Reduction and Management
001 Fund (LDRRMF)
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