COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
FORMAT
INTERACTIVE / HANDS - ON
THEORY IMPARTATION
BRAIN-STORMING
WORKSHOPS
PLANNING
COMMITMENT
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MOD...
REALITY
1st Flood situation in Jitra, Kedah.
18 December 2005.
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
REALITY
Alor Star, Kedah. 20 December 2005.
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
OBJECTIVE
WHAT TO ACCOMPLISH / DO?
WHY TO ACCOMPLISH / DO IT?
WHAT IS WITHIN OUR CAPABIITIES?
WHAT IS BEYOND OUR CAPABILIT...
DEVELOP A PLAN
WHAT SHALL WE DO?
WHO WILL DO WHAT?
HOW SHALL WE DO IT?
WHEN SHALL WE DO IT?
BY WHEN SHOULD WE COMPLETE IT?...
The Vision
Teams of volunteers armed with
multidisciplinary skills and reaching the most
desperate, needy people caught in...
The Mission
To be the “hands and feet” of the Community
bringing hope to the desperate and needy caught
in crises and disa...
Wind Storm, Kedah 2011
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Jitra, Nov 2010
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Jitra, Day 2
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Home, Day1
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Day 2
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Day3 (inside House)
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Day 4
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Day5
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
A week after
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Flood Crisis Releif
Activities from
CREST North
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Water Rescue
Transporting to dry Area
Food Distribution
Food Distribution
Food Distribution
Food Distribution
Clothes Distribution
Cloth Distribution
Clothes Distribution
Crisis Relief is leaving your
comfort and entering into
their area to help.
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
HOW YOU CAN
RESPOND?
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE, November 2006
FACTS
WHERE WILL IT LIKELY HAPPEN?
WHEN WILL IT LIKELY HAPPEN
WH...
TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE, November 2006
What Can Happen?
 Characteristics of a Flood
 Typical Physical...
Characteristics of a Flood
 Rushing water
 Typically accompanied by storm
 Often preventable
 Not usually sudden in na...
 Loose / poorly attached objects become
water borne debris
 Buildings / structures
Damaged , Weakened Washed Away
 Inf...
 Physical Harm of persons trapped in flowing water or
damaged structures
 Coordinated response effort hindered
Response...
 Evacuation before event
 Accurate damage assessment
 Evaluate disaster site safety and building
integrity
 Remove uns...
WORKSHOP
Its raining hard, thunder and lightning.
The phone lines are disrupted(even mobiles)
Water level risen past your ...
FAMILY DISASTER PLAN
FOUR STEPS TO SAFETY
 Find out what could happen to you
 Create a disaster plan
 Complete checklis...
FAMILY DISASTER PLAN
EMERGENCY SUPPLIES
EVACUATION
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
COMMUNITY DISASTER PLAN
TWO MAIN FACTORS TO CONSIDER
 Configuration of Community Relief Centre /
Network
 Configuration ...
INDIVIDUAL COMMUNITY UNIT
MAIN EVACUATION /
RELIEF CENTRE
GOVT / NGO RELIEF
CENTRE OR HOSPITAL
AFFECTED
NEIGHBOUR
HOOD
AFF...
AREA RELIEF NETWORK
RELIEF
CENTRE
Secondary
Manpower
Base
Mini
RELIEF
CENTRE
Secondary
Logistics
Base
MAIN EVACUATION /
RE...
Incident Command Structure
COMMUNITY
(Incident Command Centre)
Incident
Commander
Technical
Supervisor
Search & Rescue
Sup...
Incident Command Structure
S ta g in g M a n a g e r P e r s o n n e l S ta ff
O u ts id e L ia s o n
S a fe ty O ffic e r...
What Is ICS?
An organized method for managing a
team’s effort, using business
management techniques and
authoritative orga...
Characteristic Features
 Brings order to chaos
 Adaptable - works in different types of disaster
situations
 Provides a...
History of ICS
 Developed in 1970 by California
firefighters to deal with huge brushfires
 Some reasons ICS is used
 It...
How ICS Works
 Someone is in charge!
 Team is organized into small groups
 Organization structure is dynamic
 “Chain o...
COMMUNITY
INCIDENT COMMAND CENTRE
WORKSHOP
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Responsibilities of Section Leaders
WORKSHOP
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
WHO AMONG YOU IS
GOING TO
STEP UP TO THE PLATE,
AND SAY,
ME…
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
How To Set Up A Simple Evacuation &
Relief Centre
REQUIRED RESOURCES
 Human
 Material
 Non-Essentials
WORKSHOP
COMMUNIT...
How To Set Up A Simple Evacuation &
Relief Centre
PREPARATION
 Area for storage of material resources
 Area of refuge
 ...
How To Set Up A Simple Evacuation &
Relief Centre
DEPLOYMENT
 Activate the plan
 Appoint pre-identified IC and teams
 A...
YOU MIGHT THINK YOU ARE DONE,
GUESS WHAT?
WE ARE NOT DONE
WITH YOU
YET…
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Its raining hard, thunder and lightning.
Flash flood in a nearby Taman.
Water level has gone up to 3 feet and stops.
This ...
Other Crisis Releif
Activities from
CREST North
COMMUNITY
FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
Working With Community Leaders
Digging Wells
Water n Sanitation
Water & Sanitation
Toilet Build
Toilet Build
Toilet Build
Children Ministry
Dispensing Medicines
Nursing
Medical
Nutrition Provision
Padeatric Program
Praying for the Sick
Paramedic
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In view of upcoming Monsoon,we are preparing members of Churches & Community to be equip with multi disciplinary skills & knowledge in Crisis Releif work to be the hands and feet moving in one accord to reach out to those in need.
Speaker & trainer,
Timothy Wooi
20C,Tamn Bahagia,06000,Jitra,,Kedah.Malaysia
email: timothywooi2@gmail.com

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Community Flood Relief Training Module

  1. 1. COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  2. 2. FORMAT INTERACTIVE / HANDS - ON THEORY IMPARTATION BRAIN-STORMING WORKSHOPS PLANNING COMMITMENT COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  3. 3. REALITY 1st Flood situation in Jitra, Kedah. 18 December 2005. COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  4. 4. REALITY Alor Star, Kedah. 20 December 2005. COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  5. 5. OBJECTIVE WHAT TO ACCOMPLISH / DO? WHY TO ACCOMPLISH / DO IT? WHAT IS WITHIN OUR CAPABIITIES? WHAT IS BEYOND OUR CAPABILITIES? COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  6. 6. DEVELOP A PLAN WHAT SHALL WE DO? WHO WILL DO WHAT? HOW SHALL WE DO IT? WHEN SHALL WE DO IT? BY WHEN SHOULD WE COMPLETE IT? WHO WILL BE AFFECTED BY OUR PLAN? HOW WILL THEY BE AFFECTED? COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  7. 7. The Vision Teams of volunteers armed with multidisciplinary skills and reaching the most desperate, needy people caught in crisis COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  8. 8. The Mission To be the “hands and feet” of the Community bringing hope to the desperate and needy caught in crises and disasters COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  9. 9. Wind Storm, Kedah 2011 COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  10. 10. Jitra, Nov 2010 COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  11. 11. Jitra, Day 2 COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  12. 12. Home, Day1 COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  13. 13. Day 2 COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  14. 14. Day3 (inside House) COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  15. 15. Day 4 COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  16. 16. Day5 COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  17. 17. A week after COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  18. 18. Flood Crisis Releif Activities from CREST North COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  19. 19. Water Rescue
  20. 20. Transporting to dry Area
  21. 21. Food Distribution
  22. 22. Food Distribution
  23. 23. Food Distribution
  24. 24. Food Distribution
  25. 25. Clothes Distribution
  26. 26. Cloth Distribution
  27. 27. Clothes Distribution
  28. 28. Crisis Relief is leaving your comfort and entering into their area to help. COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  29. 29. HOW YOU CAN RESPOND? COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  30. 30. TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH FLOOD RELIEF MODULE, November 2006 FACTS WHERE WILL IT LIKELY HAPPEN? WHEN WILL IT LIKELY HAPPEN WHAT CAN LIKELY HAPPEN? HOW DOES MY FAMILY PREPARE HOW DOES MY CHURCH PREPARE
  31. 31. TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH FLOOD RELIEF MODULE, November 2006 What Can Happen?  Characteristics of a Flood  Typical Physical Damage  Implications of Physical Damage  Typical needs for Non Medical Disaster Response
  32. 32. Characteristics of a Flood  Rushing water  Typically accompanied by storm  Often preventable  Not usually sudden in nature, General warning COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  33. 33.  Loose / poorly attached objects become water borne debris  Buildings / structures Damaged , Weakened Washed Away  Infrastructure interrupted / knocked out Utilities ( water, electricity, fuel) Transportation routes blocked Water supply usually contaminated Sanitary waste no longer contained Typical Physical Damage COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  34. 34.  Physical Harm of persons trapped in flowing water or damaged structures  Coordinated response effort hindered Response access is blocked Supply access is blocked ( scarcity of supplies )  Victim retrieval from damaged structures may be dangerous Pending collapse explosion Chemical spills exposed utilities  Widespread public exposure to bacteria pollutants  Great need for temporary shelter, food & water Implications of Physical Damage COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  35. 35.  Evacuation before event  Accurate damage assessment  Evaluate disaster site safety and building integrity  Remove unsafe conditions / safe retrieval  Retrieve / Prioritize / Transport injured  Facilitate Victims locating loved ones  Provide temporary food, water, shelter for victims Non Medical Disaster Response COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  36. 36. WORKSHOP Its raining hard, thunder and lightning. The phone lines are disrupted(even mobiles) Water level risen past your doorway. You, your 2 young kids and 90 yr old MIL at home Wife is not home from work yet Your car is in the porch. Your dog is in the kennel. WHAT DO YOU DO NOW? COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  37. 37. FAMILY DISASTER PLAN FOUR STEPS TO SAFETY  Find out what could happen to you  Create a disaster plan  Complete checklist  Practice and maintain your plan COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  38. 38. FAMILY DISASTER PLAN EMERGENCY SUPPLIES EVACUATION COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  39. 39. COMMUNITY DISASTER PLAN TWO MAIN FACTORS TO CONSIDER  Configuration of Community Relief Centre / Network  Configuration of Incident Command Centre COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  40. 40. INDIVIDUAL COMMUNITY UNIT MAIN EVACUATION / RELIEF CENTRE GOVT / NGO RELIEF CENTRE OR HOSPITAL AFFECTED NEIGHBOUR HOOD AFFECTED FAMILY UNIT FAMILY UNIT – With it’s own food & supply CONVERTIBLE EVACUATION CENTRE – On Standby COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  41. 41. AREA RELIEF NETWORK RELIEF CENTRE Secondary Manpower Base Mini RELIEF CENTRE Secondary Logistics Base MAIN EVACUATION / RELIEF CENTRE GOVT / NGO RELIEF CENTRE OR HOSPITAL AFFECTED NEIGHBOUR HOOD AFFECTED FAMILY UNIT FAMILY UNIT – With it’s own food & supply CONVERTIBLE EVACUATION CENTRE – On Standby COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  42. 42. Incident Command Structure COMMUNITY (Incident Command Centre) Incident Commander Technical Supervisor Search & Rescue Supervisor (Optional Operation) Logistics Supervisor Medical Supervisor COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  43. 43. Incident Command Structure S ta g in g M a n a g e r P e r s o n n e l S ta ff O u ts id e L ia s o n S a fe ty O ffic e r S e a r c h & R e s c u e D a m a g e A s s e s s m e n t & R e p a ir F ie ld H o s p ita l M e d ic a l C lin ic B a s e C a m p M a n a g e m e n t V ic tim S e r v ic e s O p e r a tio n s S e c tio n P u r c h a s e W a r e h o u s in g S u p p ly / T r a n s p o r t M a in te n a n c e L o g is tic s S e c tio n In fo r m a tio n C o m m u n ic a tio n s A d v is o r s A s s e s s m e n t A n a ly s is P la n n in g S e c tio n T r e a s u r e r A c c o u n tin g B o o k k e e p in g F in a n c e S e c tio n In c id e n t C o m m a n d e r COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  44. 44. What Is ICS? An organized method for managing a team’s effort, using business management techniques and authoritative organizational structures to maximize effectiveness. COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  45. 45. Characteristic Features  Brings order to chaos  Adaptable - works in different types of disaster situations  Provides a manageable span of supervision  Establishes a chain of command : - Defines who each one :  answers to  takes direction from  goes to for help with problems COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  46. 46. History of ICS  Developed in 1970 by California firefighters to deal with huge brushfires  Some reasons ICS is used  It works! (A “proven” system)  It prevents duplication and wasted effort  It maximizes the use of available resources  It saves lives!! COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  47. 47. How ICS Works  Someone is in charge!  Team is organized into small groups  Organization structure is dynamic  “Chain of command” is established  “3-way” communication is used COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  48. 48. COMMUNITY INCIDENT COMMAND CENTRE WORKSHOP COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  49. 49. Responsibilities of Section Leaders WORKSHOP COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  50. 50. WHO AMONG YOU IS GOING TO STEP UP TO THE PLATE, AND SAY, ME… COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  51. 51. How To Set Up A Simple Evacuation & Relief Centre REQUIRED RESOURCES  Human  Material  Non-Essentials WORKSHOP COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  52. 52. How To Set Up A Simple Evacuation & Relief Centre PREPARATION  Area for storage of material resources  Area of refuge  Area for distribution of material resources  Acquire essential resources  List of available personnel, contact numbers and availability  Adopt ICS  Framework based on availability of key leaders WORKSHOP COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  53. 53. How To Set Up A Simple Evacuation & Relief Centre DEPLOYMENT  Activate the plan  Appoint pre-identified IC and teams  Arrange for necessary volunteers  Prep of designated areas to receive the flood victims  Send search and rescue teams  Communication with authorities  Ensure proper scheduling of personnel. Rest  Entertainment : television, board games, toys, music and worship team COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  54. 54. YOU MIGHT THINK YOU ARE DONE, GUESS WHAT? WE ARE NOT DONE WITH YOU YET… COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  55. 55. Its raining hard, thunder and lightning. Flash flood in a nearby Taman. Water level has gone up to 3 feet and stops. This flood level remains for 4 hours. Then recedes completely. WHAT NOW? SQUEEZE YOUR BRAINS A LITTLE BIT MORE COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  56. 56. Other Crisis Releif Activities from CREST North COMMUNITY FLOOD RELIEF MODULE
  57. 57. Working With Community Leaders
  58. 58. Digging Wells
  59. 59. Water n Sanitation
  60. 60. Water & Sanitation
  61. 61. Toilet Build
  62. 62. Toilet Build
  63. 63. Toilet Build
  64. 64. Children Ministry
  65. 65. Dispensing Medicines
  66. 66. Nursing
  67. 67. Medical
  68. 68. Nutrition Provision
  69. 69. Padeatric Program
  70. 70. Praying for the Sick
  71. 71. Paramedic

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