February 8 – 10, 2011
Venue : BISU Clarin Campus
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
|DAY / TIME||TOPIC||RESOURCE PERSON|
8:30 – 8:45
8:45 – 9:00
9:00 – 12:00
Ø RP Risk Profile
Ø Salient Features of DRRM
Act of 2010 (RA 10121)
Ø Disaster Management
|12:00 – 1:00||L U N C H B R E A K|
1:00 – 2:30
2:30 – 5:00
8:00 – 10:00
10:00 – 12:00
1:00 – 3:00
Disasters, natural or human-induced hit the country every now and then. This usually results in the tremendous destruction both to life and property. In the event that such eventualities occur, everybody must react properly so that lives can be saved and damage to properties be prevented or can be minimized. And because of this need, a functional and action-oriented disaster risk management planning workshop is very important.
The occurrence of disasters has become an important factor adversely affecting our economic development and social stability. However these natural disasters such as typhoons, earthquakes, storm surges and flood occur mainly because of our geographic location. Many of these emergency situations just cannot be avoided. Our government has to formulate plans in order to prevent emergencies, mitigate their destructive effects and ensure the provision of assistance to those in need, hence this workshop.
II. GENERAL OBJECTIVES
1. To develop/strengthen awareness of the local officials, NGOs, Pos, leaders and volunteers of the value and the need for community based disaster risk management.
2. To provide the participants knowledge and skills leading to the establishment, operationalizing and sustenance of a viable community based disaster risk management program.
3. To formulate Disaster Management Contingency Plan
III. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
At the end of the training the participants should be able to:
1. Realized the importance of understanding, observing and applying well-established guidelines for disaster risk management.
2. Recognized the importance and value of organizing disaster risk reduction and management councils and define their functions.
3. Acquire knowledge on the basic measures in mitigating the effects of disasters and apply them when the need arises.
4. Formulate/establish and implement a functional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan and Contingency Plan/s
5. Identify the hazards and disasters in the Philippines and their effects.
6. Be aware of the Philippine Disaster Management System; its institutional and operational arrangements.
7. Mobilized effective actions and resources for emergency response
8. Generate commitment among parties involved to act in a coordinated manner before the emergency occurs; and
9. Design a concrete and continuous plan until the emergency occurs and which can be discontinued when the hazard is no longer threatening.
IV. COURSE CONTENT
1. Review of RP Risk Profile
2. The Philippine Disaster Management System: An Overview
Ø Salient Features of Republic Act 10121
Ø Criteria in the Declaration on State of Calamity
Ø Requirement for NDRRMC Financial Assistance
3. Emergency Management Framework
4. Damage Assessment and Needs Analysis (DANA)
5. Contingency Planning: An Introduction
6. Incident Command System: An Introduction
7. Disaster Planning
8. Contingency Planning: The Purpose
9. Contingency Planning: The People
10. Contingency Planning: The Process and Format
11. Contingency Planning: Formulation Workshop
VI. RESOURCE PERSONS:
Resource persons will be composed of OCD trainers from OCD Bohol and from OCD RO VII namely: