Transcript of "4.school disaster preparedness plan"
Section 14. Integration of Disaster Risk ReductionEducation into the School Curricula and SangguniangKabataan (SK) Program and Mandatory Training forthe Public Sector Employees. - The DepED, the CHED,the Technical Education and Skills DevelopmentAuthority (TESDA), in coordination with the OCD, theNational Youth Commission (NYC), the DOST, theDENR, the DILG-BFP, the DOH, the DSWD and otherrelevant agencies, shall integrate disaster riskreduction and management education in the schoolcurricula in all level of education, including theNational Service Training Program (NSTP), whetherprivate or public, including formal and nonformal,technical-vocational, indigenous learning, and out-of-school youth courses and programs.
In a 2010 study assessing disasterpreparedness of public schools inLuzon, it was found out that:· 95% reported to have disastercommittees· 35% had disaster preparednessplans· 95% conducted drills once a year(mostly fire and earthquake drills)· 95% were aware of disastermanagement programs
School site lay-out plan Organizational structure-SchoolDisaster/Emergency Mgt.Team Emergency & exit signages Designated open evacuation spaces School Emergency First Responders unit First Aid kits Facility assessment Emergency Preparedness lesson Plan Drills and Simulation Exercises Incident Command System School as evacuation center Resource Allocation
PRINCIPAL TEAM LEADER /ACTION OFFICER FIRST RESPONDER HEAD MEDIC/FIRST AIDER TRANSPORTATION COMMUNICATION EVACUATIONCOMPOSITION
DEVELOP THE SCHOOL EVACUATIONPLANParameters:Open spaces near the building4-5 students per square meter capacityNumber of students per classEvacuation procedureEvacuation map with traffic flow diagramSIGNAGES
clrms clrmstoiletspoleClassroomsofficeEmergency exitResponders wayBell in case ofemergency
First Aid Kit • Medical Scissors • Triangular Bandage (Large, can use for making a sling, wrapping around one’s head, or fold up and use like gauze) • 4 x 4 Inch Gauze Pads (5 or 6 to be used as bandages for large cuts) • Bandages (for keeping gauze on) • Adhesive tape (one roll of 1 inch tape) • Sanitary napkins (control exessive bleeding) • Band Aids (4 or 5 strips for small cuts) • Antiseptic Solution (used to cleanse wounds) • Latex Gloves
WATER SOURCE SAFE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS & SUPPLY AVAILABILITY OF POTABLE WATER EMERGENCY BELLS/ BUZZERS SANITARY TOILETS PROVISION FOR EMERGENCY KITCHEN ROOMS FOR LACTATING MOTHERS & INFANTS PROVISION FOR TEMPORARY CLINIC PROVISION FOR STORAGE OF FOOD SUPPLY
Understanding the different types of calamity& disaster (Natural & Manmade) Identification of Hazards & Risk in thesurrounding community. Basic skills on response & first aid Schedule of drills and simulation exercises Communication protocols & coordinations Proper Evacuation procedure Safety at homes
Scene ofincidentSeriouslyWounded/unconsciousdeadheavilywoundedWalkingwoundedFirst priority2nd priority3rd priorityLast priorityTRIAGE AREA
CONDUCT OF DRILLActivity:OrientationInformation to theneighborhood/publicTraffic ManagementDocumentationHead countFeed-backing
6/16/2013 1830% Quick Response Fund (QRF)- stand byfund for relief and recovery programs tonormalize situation and living conditionsof people in areas stricken by disasters,calamities, epidemics, complexemergencies70% Pre-disaster preparedness & postdisaster activities; evacuation center100%RESOURCE ALLOCATION
WE ARE COUNTING ON YOU!LEADERS THAT WE CAN RELY ON.PREPARING US IN THIS TIME.