Emergency Response System
Emergency Response System Structure
Central Control Room remains open for 24 hrs.
Operating System: 24 hrs. Phone and Bulk SMS system.
Operating Team: 1 Operation Commander
6 Emergency Protection Personnel
Logistics:3 Security Patrol Vehicles, 10 Motor Cycles, 15 bi-cycles for Emergency Response with cell phone.
Works in Brief
Stabilize the emergency by ensuring life safety and managing resources efficiently and cost effectively.
Determine emergency objectives and strategy to achieve the objectives.
Approve the implementation of the written of oral Emergency Response Plan.
Ensure adequate health and safety measures are in place.
The Information Officer’s role is to develop and release information about the emergency to the news media, emergency personnel, and other appropriate agencies and organizations.
The Liaison Officer’s role is to serve as the point for assisting and coordinating activities between the IC/UC and various agencies and groups.
The Safety Officer’s role is to develop and recommend measures to the IC/UC for assuring personnel health and safety and to assess and/or anticipate hazardous and unsafe situations. The Safety Officer also develops the Site Safety Plan, reviews the Emergency Response Plan for safety implications, and provides timely, complete, specific, and accurate assessment of hazards and required controls.
The Operations Staff is responsible for all operations directly applicable to the primary mission of the response.
The Planning Staff is responsible for collecting, evaluating, and disseminating the tactical information related to the emergency, and for preparing and documenting Emergency Response Plans.
The Logistics Staff is responsible for providing facilities, services, and materials for the emergency response.
The Finance and Administrative staff is responsible for all financial, administrative and cost analysis aspect of the emergency.