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Republic of the Philippines

NATIONAL POLICE COMMISSION


PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE
AKLAN POLICE PROVINCIAL OFFICE
Camp Pastor Martelino, Kalibo, Aklan
TO

All Concerned

FROM

Acting Provincial Director

SUBJECT

: IMPLAN re 2nd and 3rd Quarter National


Simultaneous Earthquake Drill and Table Top
Exercises

DATE

July 20, 2015

1. REFERENCES:
a. Undated memo from RD, PRO6 re Conduct of 2 nd and 3rd
Quarter National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill;
b. PNP Memorandum Circular No. 2013-021 re Critical Incident
Management
Operational
Procedures
(CIMOP)
dated
December 13, 2013;
c. LOI 35/10 SAKLOLO Revised 2010 dated August 20, 2010;
and
d. Republic Act No. 10121 (The Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction
and Management Act of 2010) dated May 2010; and
e. PNP Police Operational Procedures.
2. SITUATION:
This pertains to the conduct of nationwide simultaneous
earthquake drill on July 23, 2015 at 9 AM in order to increase the
awareness and test the preparedness of PNP Personnel, communities and
various stakeholders.
Aklan PPO shall partake in this activity as part of disaster
preparedness activity in preparation for the activation of the Crisis
Management Intervention during natural disaster specifically during
earthquakes and other natural disasters that may lead to colossal loss of
lives and properties.
3. MISSION
The Aklan Police Provincial Office (APPO) in coordination with the
Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) Aklan shall conduct the 2nd and 3rd Quarter National Simultaneous
Earthquake Drill on July 23, 2015 at 9 AM in order to increase the
awareness and test the preparedness of Aklan PPO Personnel and
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communities surrounding it when earthquake occur


unnecessary loss of lives if not to attain zero casualties.

to

minimize

4. EXECUTION:
A. Concept of Operation:
Aklan PPO shall conduct earthquake drill and shall compose a
Provincial Disaster Incident Management Task Group (PDIMTG) on July 23,
2015 at 9 AM in order to increase awareness and to test the preparedness
of Aklan PPO Personnel, and communities surrounding it. The PDIMTG shall
be headed by the Assistant Deputy Director for Operation (APDO) and
shall be assisted by the Aklan PPO Quad Staff with the Provincial Disaster
Risk Reduction and Management Office Aklan and duly supervised by the
Officer-In-Charge (see Annex A PDIM Task Group). Following
activities shall be undertaken:
a. Prior to the earthquake drill, MDRRMC-Aklan shall discuss
the identified risk-mapping assessment of earthquake
prone areas (see Annex B Aklan Geo-Hazard Risk
Mapping Assessment);
b. Identification of evacuation routes and evacuation center
for the public and family of PNP first responders;
c. Aklan PPO personnel and Aklan PSC on post at Aklan PPO
headquarters shall participate in earthquake drill at Aklan
PPO;
d. Personnel of 17 MPS
and BTAC shall compose their
respective Municipal Disaster Incident Management Task
Group (MDIMTG) headed by their COPs/OICs as Incident
Commanders, and simultaneously conduct earthquake
drills in their respective station/post;
e. Production and distribution of Information Education
Campaign materials;
f. Assistance to community organizational work for other
community mobilization activities.
B. Tasks:
1)

APDO
a) Shall be designated as Incident Commander,
Provincial Disaster Incident Management Task Group
(PDIMTG);
b) Shall perform other function as may be necessary for
the efficient and effective coordination among all
support staff.

2)

Chief, PPHRDB
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a)
b)
c)

Designated as the DIMTG Administrative Staf;


Shall conduct inventory of all personnel with related
trainings on Disaster Incident Management (DIM)
basis for deployment;
Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.

3)

Chief, PIB
a) Designated as the DIMTG Incident Command
Staf;
b) Shall compose personnel deployment to STG Security
and Traffic Management;
c) Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.

4)

Chief, POPB
a) Designated as the DIMTG Incident Command
Staf;
b) Shall establish Situation Monitoring Room to monitor
incident simulation;
c) Shall supervise and monitor the implementation of
this
IMPLAN
and
recommend
modifications/adjustment as necessary;
d) Shall coordinate/integrate the implementation of the
various activities of the Incident Command Task
Group;
e) Shall receive reports from the Incident Commander
and submit Situation Report to ROPD through SMS
and an After Activity Report after the termination of
the activity;
f)
Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.

5)

PLB PNCO
a) Designated
as
the
DIMTG
Logistics
and
Engineering Services Staf;
b) Shall conduct inventory of all available resources move, shoot, communicate and investigate after the
incident;
c) Shall ensure the timely provision/deployment of
transportation, communication and other logistical
needs of tasked units;
d) Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.

6)

Chief, PPCRB
a) Designated as the Provincial DIMTG Operations
and Plans Staf;

b)
c)
d)
e)

f)

Shall compose the Sub-Task Group Search and Rescue


composite of Aklan PPO, Aklan TPU and Aklan PSC
personnel;
Shall provide photo and video coverage to the
activities of Task Group;
Shall establish media relation center in coordination
with PDRRMC media relation officer;
Shall
develop/formulate
Communications
Plan
(COMPLAN) for the dissemination of information to
the public re security and safety benefits of
conducting the Simultaneous Earthquake Drill;
Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.

7)

Chief, PFS
a) Designated
as
the
DIMTG
Logistics
and
Engineering Services Staf;
b) Shall request for fund support to RD, PRO6 and follow
up/ensure the availability of such funds for utilization
in the said activities (if necessary);
c) Shall prepare and submit liquidation reports as
required; and
d) Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.

8)

Chief, PIDMB
a) Designated
as
DIMTG
Sub-Task
Group
Investigation and Victim Identification;
b) Shall organize investigation teams to conduct
investigation and Victim Identification after the
Incident with CIDT-Aklan and PCLO;
c) Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.
OIC, PAID-SOTG
a) Shall augment DIMTG STG Security and Traffic
Management;
b) intensify anti-criminality and law enforcement
operations;
c) Shall perform other function as may be necessary for
the efficient and effective coordination among all
support staff and the operating STGs.

9)

10) Provincial COMMEL


a) Designated
as
DIMTG
Sub-Task
Group
Communications Service;
b) Shall implement the Communications Network Plan;
c) Shall be responsible in receiving, disseminating,
documenting, recording all incoming and outgoing
communications
and
coordinating
activities/operations based on security plans;
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d)

Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident


Commander.

11) CC, Aklan Public Safety Company (APSC)


a) Shall be designated as DIMTG STG Security/Traffic
Management;
b) Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.
12)

C, Tourist Police Unit (TPU)


a. Shall composed member of STG Security and Traffic
Management;
b. Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.

13) C, BTAC and All COPs/OICs MPS


a) Shall be designated as Incident Commander, of
their
respective
Municipal
Disaster
Incident
Management Task Group (MDIMTG);
b) Shall maintain reserve team ready for deployment on
orders;
c) Shall ensure the security of vital installations such as
transportation, communication and power systems
and other critical infrastructures; and
d) Shall perform other tasks as directed by the OfficerIn-Charge.
14) Provincial Criminal Investigation and Detection
Team (CIDT)
a) Shall coordinate with the DIMTG Sub-Task Group
Investigation and Victim Identification for
deployment of personnel;
b) Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.
15) Provincial Chief, Crime Laboratory Office (PCLO)
a) Shall coordinate with the DIMTG Sub-Task Group
Investigation and Victim Identification for
deployment of personnel;
b) Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.
16)

Provincial Health Service (PHS)


a) Shall be designated as DIMTG Sub-Task Group
Medical;
b) Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident
Commander.
17) Other Provincial Administrative and Operational
Support Units
a) Shall coordinate with Incident Commander for
personnel deployment;
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b)

Shall perform other tasks as directed by the Incident


Commander.
C. Coordinating Instructions:
1) Provincial and Municipal Disaster Operation Centers of the
PNP shall be activated during the activity as the minor
offices of the Local DRRMC;
2) All PNP offices/units must designate most Senior PCO as
Building Commander;
3) All personnel must observe the Phases of an Earthquake
Drill Such as:
Phase 1. Alarm A pre-arranged signal such as siren/bell
should be known to all PNP personnel in your respective offices.
During the drill the siren/bell indicates earthquake/shaking. All PNP
Personnel will be alerted by the signal.
Phase 2. Response While the siren/bell is ongoing,
everyone should move away from windows, glass or light fixtures. In
this phase, everyone should duck, over and hold under desks,
tables or chairs. Remain in this position until the shaking stops.
Phase 3. Evacuation Once the shaking stops, all PNP
personnel together with designated at least three dead and/or
injured personnel per office/unit should evacuate the building and
proceed immediately to the Triage within 15 minutes. It is assumed
that building have collapsed or roads are damaged which make it
impossible to transport the injured via vehicle/ambulance.
Phase 4. Assembly At the designated triage, PNP
personnel must be grouped per offices/units.
Phase 5. Head count - Administrative PCO conducts
accounting of their respective PNP personnel.
Phase 6. EvaluationRespective Heads of Offices/Units
must conduct evaluation of the drill to identify problems
encountered during the drill and how this can be corrected in future
earthquake drills.
4) All tasked Offices/Units shall submit their respective
IMPLANs five (5) days upon approval hereof.
5) This IMPLAN serves as a minimum guide to be followed by
PNP Units.
5. ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICE SUPPORT:
A) Tasked office/units to provide their own logistics/provisional
requirements;
B)
Requirements beyond the capacity of the tasked units
shall be referred to the OIC, Aklan PPO.
6.

COMMAND AND SIGNAL:


A) Signal Current CEOI in effect including passwords and
countersigns
B) Command a. Command Post
Headquarters, Aklan Police Provincial Office
Camp Pastor Martelino, Kalibo, Aklan
Telephone Numbers: (036) 272-1009, 268-4431
IVER PINEDA APELLIDO
Senior Police
Superintendent
Officer-In-Charge
ATTACHMENTS:
Annex A
- Annex A PDIM Task Group
Annex B- Aklan Geo-Hazard Risk Mapping Assessment
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DISTRIBUTION:
P-Staff & S-Staff
CC, APSC, C, TPU and all COPs/OICs MPS
PDRRMC
ANNEX A
DISASTER INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TASK GROUP
TASK ORGANIZATION
COMMAND GROUP
PSSUPT IVER PINEDA APELLIDO
PSUPT ADEN TUPAZ LAGRADANTE
PSUPT JOMIL JOHN SUMATRA TRIO
PSINSP EVANGELINE I UFANO
PSUPT DANILO P DE LOS SANTOS
PSUPT PEDRO H ENRIQUEZ
PSUPT ROGEN A MORALES
PCINSP ARIEL J GALENO

Acting Provincial Director


APDA/C, PPSMU
APDO
C, PPHRDB
C, PIB
C, POPB
C, PPCRB
C, PIDMB

PROVINCIAL SUPPORT STAFF

PSINSP BERNARD P UFANO


PSINSP AILEEN A RONDARIO
PSINSP JOSEPHINE A JOMOCAN
PINSP WILLIAN N AGUIRRE
PINSP GEO A COLIBAO
PINSP LEOPOLDO N BOOC
SPO4 Rudy F Liboon
SPO4 Franklin B Salazar
NUP Mario Abayon

C, PAID-SOTG
C, PWCPD
Asst Chief, POPB
Asst Chief, PPSMU
Asst Chief, PAID-SOTG
C, FESAGS
C, PFS
PESPO
C, SAO

OPERATING UNITS
PSUPT ROGEN A MORALES
PSINSP FRENSY C ANDRADE
-

PINSP ALFONSO N MANOBA JR


PINSP BENNY JONES M MENDOZA PSINSP ELEAZAR A CLIMACOSA
PSINSP BELSHAZZAR T VILLANOCHE PINSP HERMENIANO O ABINES
PINSP SYRIL D PUNZALAN
PSUPT PABLITO BARBA ASMOD, JR PSINSP JOSE MARLON I MURALLO PINSP MAYULITO P IREMEDIO
PSINSP ARIEL N NACAR
PINSP ALYSSA S SINLAO
PSINSP REYNANTE R JOMOCAN
PINSP RYAN D PANADERO
PSINSP RENANTE D MATILLANO
PSINSP AL LOREN P BIGAY
PSINSP JERICK B VARGAS
PCINSP ARNOLITO A LAGUERTA
-

CC, APSC
C, BTAC

OIC, Altavas PS
OIC, Balete PS
COP, Banga PS
COP, Batan PS
COP, Buruanga PS
COP, Ibajay PS
OIC, Kalibo PS
COP, Lezo PS
OIC, Libacao PS
COP, Madalag PS
COP, Makato PS
COP, Malay PS
COP, Malinao PS
OIC, Nabas PS
OIC, New Wash PS
OIC, Numncia PS
OIC, Tangalan PS

CHIEFS/HEADS OF NATIONAL SUPPORT UNITS


PSUPT GEORBY C MANUEL
Chief, Provl. Crime Laboratory Office
PSINSP LENDRY TORATO
Acting PD, Provl. Internal Affairs Service
PCINSP ELIZABETH F OBUYES
Provincial Chief, Provl Health Service
PINSP DEE JAY J DOMINGO
Chief, AVSEGROUP-Kalibo
PINSP RENIER V DOLIENTE
Chief, AVSEGROUP-Caticlan
PSINSP JOHN PAUL A TOVERA
C, Aklan CIDT, 6RCIDU
SPO4 Reynaldo T Francisco
OIC, Provl Highway Patrol Team
SPO2 Virgilo P Caporal
OIC, PNP Maritime Group Caticlan

IVER PINEDA APELLIDO


Police Senior Superintendent
DISASTER INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TASK GROUP

PSSUPT IVER PINEDA APELLIDO


Acting Provincial Director

PPIO & Staff

PSUPT JOMIL JOHN S TRIO


APDO/Incident Commander
Incident Command Staff
PSUPT RN MORALES
Chief, PPCRB

PCI AJ GALENO
Chief, PIDMB

Operations & Plans


PPCRB
STG Search and Rescue
Provincial HQs SAR
Composite Team
(PSART)
APSC
Office of the PDRRMC
Other Provincial NSUs
STG Evacuation and
Relief Operations
PHS
Other NSUs
Other Govt Agencies
(DSWD,DOH-RHU,
DepEd, etc)
STG Security and Traffic
PHPG
PIB

STG Investigation and


Victim Identification
PIDMB
CIDT
PCLO
Other NSUs

PSUPT PH ENRIQUEZ
Chief, POPB

PCI D DE LOS SANTOS


Chief, PIB

Budget & Logistics


PLB

Administrative Staff
PPHRDB

STG Logistics &


Engineering Services
PFS
Motorpool

STG Personnel
Management
PLB - Drivers
Other NSUs

STG Medical Services


PHS
Other NSUs

STG Legal Assistance


Public Attorneys Office
Provincial Prosecutors
Office

STG Communication
Services
PCEB
Other NSUs
STG Transportation
Services
PLB - Drivers
Other NSUs

ANNEX A
Risk Mapping and Assessment
MPLTY
Identification of Geo hazards in the Province
Altavas
Flooding - Brgys Cabugao, Man-up, Ginictan and Poblacion
Flooding - During heavy rain falls, tributaries consisting of
creeks, contribute to the rapid rise of floodwaters especially if
rainfall is concentrated on Brgys Cortes, Archangel, Guanko,
Balete
Oquendo, Morales, Poblacion and portion of Aranas and
Feliciano. Being the mountainous area, the flow of various
tributaries towards Jal-o River is rapid; the current swift and
warning time is rather short.
Flooding: Brgys Tinapuay, Daja Sur, Daja Norte, Torralba,
Sigcay, Cerrudo, Cupang, Ugsod, Palale, Jumarap and Linabuan
Banga
Sur; and Landslide at Brgys San Isidro, Sigcay, Torralba, Dingle,
Badiangan and Venturanza
Flooding: Brgys Palay, Lupit and Man-up; Tsunami - all near
Batan
coastal areas of Brgys Songcolan, Mandong, Napti and
Mambuquiao
Big waves- Brgys Bel-is, Alegria, Poblacion, Katipunan, Tigum,
Buruanga Panilongan, Santander and Bagongbayan; Flooding- Brgys El
Progreso, Cabugan, Balusbos and portion of Alegria and
Poblacion; and landslide- Brgys Mayapay & Tag-osip
Flooding - Brgys Regador, Naisud, San Isidro, Polo, Poblacion,
Aslum, Agbago, Tagbaya, Ondoy, Aquino, Laguinbanwa,
Bagacay, Agdugayan, Capilijan, Rizal, Naligusan, Naile, Unat,
San Jose and Monlaque; Landslides - Brgys Antipolo,
Ibajay
Buenavista, Cabugao, Rivera, Aparicio, Malindog, Monlaque,
Mabusao, Regador, Tul-ang, Yawan and Mina-a; Rock falls Brgy Regador; Ground Shaking - 35 Barangays; Tsunami- all
coastal Brgys; Liquefaction - Brgys Aslum & Polo
Flooding- along the swallow portion of Aklan river banks at
Brgys Linabuan Norte, Tinigaw, Mobo, Tigayon, Poblacion, C
Kalibo
Laserna, Bakhaw Norte, Bakhaw sur, along the coastal areas of
Brgys New Buswang and Old Buswang; Critical Routes at
Brgys Mobo and Bakhaw Norte
FloodingBrgys Mina, Sta Cruz, Sta Cruz-Bigaa, Ibao, Poblacion,
Lezo
Cogon and Carugdog
Flooding- Brgys Manika, Oyang, Loctuga, Dalagsaan, Rivera,
Rosal, Guadalupe, Pinonoy, Pampango and Poblacion;
Libacao
Landslide- Brgys Manika, Oyang, Loctuga, Dalagsaan, Rosal,
Pampango, Calamcan, Guadalupe, Agmailig, Bato-Bato, CanAwan and Julita
Staging areas at Brgys Alaminos, Balactasan, Poblacion and
Alas-as; Critical routes at Brgys Mamba, Cabilawan, Bacyang,
Madalag
Panipiason, Medina, Pan-itan, San Jose, Bacyang, Mercedes,
Galicia and Maria Cristina
Flooding- Brgys Poblacion, Cayangwan, Rock Falls - Brgy
Makato
Agbalogo, Castillo & Bagong Barrio, Tsunami - Brgys Baybay &
Alibagon
Flooding- Brgys Rosario, Navitas, Kinalangay Nuevo, Kinalangay
Viejo, Bulabod, Tambu-an, Manhanip, Malandayon, Liloan, San
Malinao
Roque, Banay-banay, Poblacion and Biag-a. Landslide Brgys
Osman, Sugnod, Capataga, Sipac and Bulabod
Flooding- Brgys Alimbo Baybay, Poblacion, Buenasuerte,
Nagustan, Toledo, Laserna, Gibon, Tagaroroc, Unidos, Rizal and
Nabas
Union; Landslide Brgys Libertad, Habana and Gibon (Sitio
Pook)
Flooding - Brgys Fatima, Ochando, Cawayan, Polo, Poblacion,
New
Washingt Tambak, Mabilo and Puis; Earthquake - possible for ground
shaking; Tsunami- all near coastal brgy: Fatima, Ochando,
on
Cawayan, Polo, Poblacion, Tambak, Mabilo and Puis
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Numanci
a
Tangalan

Flooding Near river banks of Brgys Bulwang, Lagingbanua


East, Aliputos, Pusiw & Camanci Norte. Tidal waves - Brgys
Camanci Norte, and Navitas
Flooding - Brgys Panayakan, Lanipga, Napatag, Tamokoe,
Jawili, Afga, Dumatad, Afga, Baybay, Dapdap and Pudiot.
calamity prone spots Brgys Panayakan, Pudiot, Lanipga,
Napatag and Tamokoe.

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Annex C
LEVEL OF ACTIVATION OF PNP DISASTER INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TASK GROUPS
(DIMTGs)
AREAS AFFECTED
BY DISASTER

DIMTGs TO BE ACTIVATED

OTHER
REMARKS

Police Stations shall extend


Coordinating appropriate disaster response
Purok/Sitio
and
assistance
to
the
Barangay.
May be applied to police
Two
(2)
or
more City/Municipal
Police
Station stations in Metro Manila. The
Barangays or one (1) Disaster Incident Management Task Deputy Chief of Police (Dep
city/municipality
Group (C/ MPS DIMTG)
COP) shall act as Incident
Commander.
Two (2) or more cities/
Dep Provincial/City Director
Police
Office for Operations (DP/DC DO) municipalities or one Provincial/City
province or chartered Disaster Incident Management Incident
Commander/
city with a City Police Task Group (PPO/CPO DIMTG)
C,POPD /C,OPB - Deputy
Office
Incident Commander
Two (2) or more
Police Regional Office Disaster DRDOIncident
provinces or cities
Incident Management Task Group Commander
C,
ROPDor one (1) region
(PRO DIMTG).
Deputy
Incident
NOTE:
Level of response of all task groups shall be done as much as possible at the
lowest level and only seek assistance to the next level when resources
(manpower and material) are not enough to manage the disaster incident.
Barangay
Council

Disaster

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