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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region X Northern Mindanao
Division of Iligan City
Northeast II-A District
TABUNAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Tabunan, Kabacsanan, Iligan City

Submitted by

MICHAEL O. EMANO
TES DRRM RESPONSE TEAM CHAIRMAN

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Region X Northern Mindanao
Division of Iligan City
Northeast II-A District
TABUNAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Tabunan, Kabacsanan, Iligan City

CHAIRMAN
MICHAEL O. EMANO
School Principal

VICE - CHAIRMAN
NORJANAH U. BAUNTO

Intelligence Disaster Committee

Plans and Operation Committee

GAY MICHELLE P. ADORABLE

MARIA DEL A. CORTEZ

Communication and Warning Team

Police and Security Team

BRGY. CAPT. RAMIL B. ANDILAB


AND THE BRGY. CONUCIL

NICKY M. VILLAVER
SGC OFFICERS

Relief and Evacuation


Team
SONIA C. YURONG
TESTA OFFICERS

Search and Rescue Team

Fire Fighting Team

ROGELO B. OMONGOS
AND THE GPTA
OFFICERS

JEREMY M.
GUTIERREZ AND THE
BRGY. COUNCILS

Engineering and
Rehabilitation Team
SONIA C. YURONG AND
THE TES FACULTY

ROLES AND FUNCTIONS OF TES DRRM


RESPONSE TEAM

The Chairman
1. The chairman shall advise the president and the Chairman of the National
Disaster Coordinating Council, Directors, Heads of DepEd Officers and other
institutions on the current status of disaster/crisis as well as on the programs
and operations being undertaken by the Department to reduce the impact of the
emergency situation;
2. Establishes policy guidelines and sets priorities in the allocation of resources
and services;
3. Advises the leaders of the different action teams in accordance with the
information/advisory given by warning agencies like PAGASA and PHILVOLCS of
an impending occurrence of hazards and activates the operationalization of the
contingency plans;
4. Announces the suspension of offices/and or classes on the basis of advisories
given by the warning agencies;
5. Provides assistance to the National Disaster Coordinating Council on advocacy
and information dissemination campaigns on disaster risk reduction and
management through integration in the basic education curriculum;
6. Ensures that disaster risk reduction concepts are being mainstreamed in the
education system and integrated in the basic education curricula;
7. Ensures the provision of safe learning environment, child friendly spaces,
alternative learning activities to displaces families/individuals/schoolchildren
housed in schools as temporary holding centers;
8. Activates the Disaster Operations Center and authorizes the 24/7 services of
pre-designated officers and members of the concerned team;
9. Convene and presides over meeting and conferences.

The Vice-Chairman
1. Assist the Chairman in all his functions;
2. Performs the functions of the Chairman in case of absence/leave or incapacity of
the latter;
3. Develops a disaster preparedness plan for the Department;
4. Organizes and supervises the Disaster Operations Center;

5. Ensures that appropriate trainings and capability building be set up for teachers,
school administrators, non-teaching personnel, and school children;
6. Maintains cooperative and collaborative efforts with principal officers of other
government agencies and arranges for obtaining assistance relative to disaster
risk reduction activities;
7. Serves as overseer and evaluator during emergency/evacuation drills and
exercises; and
8. Does related work as may be assigned by the Chairman
A. Intelligence and Disaster Analysis Officer
Under the supervision of the Intelligence and Disaster Analysis Officer will be
the Communications and Warning and the Security and Police Teams.

I. Communications and Warning Team shall have the following functions:


1. Provide warning in close coordination with National warning agencies and
through all available means, to areas threatened by slow onset disasters like
storms, typhoons and consequent flooding, providing school officials, teaching
and nonteaching personnel, and schoolchildren a clear understanding of what to
expect and advises on appropriate precautionary measures to be undertaken;
2. Alert available response agencies/unites at the national level closely monitor the
conduct of disaster response operations, mobilizing additional resources
available as may be needed in the field; and
3. Monitor the transition from emergency response and relief to recovery phase as
may be required by the Secretary of the Department and or the Office of the
President of the Philippines.

II. Police and Security Team


1. Calls the local police of any bomb threat received through telephone or any
other means of communication and reports the matter to the DRRMO Chairman;
2. Assists the police in conducting bomb search operations;
3. Secures the area and the entire DepEd premises;
4. Provides for personnel and vehicle movement control and open all exit routes;
5. In case of fire, assigns a sub-group to the fire scene and coordinate with the fire
suppression team to prevent looting and apprehend looters;
6. Assigns a sub-group to the evacuation area to secure the properties and
individuals evacuated.

7. Systematically stores properties brought to the evacuation area and safeguard


their releases to their respective owners after the fire. Sees to it that all
evacuated equipment and documents are returned to their respective
sections/owners.
8. Maintains a guarding system for personnel, materials and other installations;
9. Makes an inventory of the returned documents/equipment and submits a report
of losses/damages to the Vice Chairman, who shall in turn submit the same to
the office of the Secretary being the Chairman.
B. Plans and Operations Officer
The Plans and Operations Officer shall organize and supervise the evacuation,
search and rescue, fire suppression, rehabilitation and engineering teams and shall
have the following duties and responsibilities:
1. Determines courses of action to be taken based on the recommendations of the
Intelligence and Disaster Analysis Officer;
2. Determines the type of action units to be utilized whenever there is a crisis;
3. Maintains and/or supervises programs of operations and determines the
necessity of utilizing additional action units;
4. Coordinates with the Intelligence and Analysis Officer the operations being
undertaken and those to be implemented.

I. Relief and Evacuation Team


1. Systematically evacuates personnel, students and properties during emergency
situations;
2. Upon receipt of information from the Communication and Warning Team on the
need to evacuate, the team shall immediately establish an evacuation area and
take charge of evacuation in the following order of priority;
3. Occupants of the building, especially the injured;
4. Valuable documents and records of the office;
5. Personal belongings of personnel;
6. Office equipment and other movable facilities;
7. Receives evacuees/victims from the evacuation service leader;
8. Provides housing for displaced persons/evacuees during emergency;
9. Organizes evacuees into work brigades/committees;
10.
Ensure proper camp management of resources guided by the Minimum
Standards on Education in Emergencies; and

11.

Conducts inventory and stockpile of available resources.

II. Search and Rescue Team


1. Locates/Removes injured or trapped persons in the area coordination with SAR
skilled agencies/groups;
2. Organizes and trains
the search and rescue teams provided for in the
emergency plan, in cooperation with NDCC member agencies;
3. Obtains appropriate equipment for search and rescue operations;
4. Coordinates with PNRC and other response agencies on matters relative to
search and rescue operations; and
5. Coordinates with agencies/organizations/with specialized skills on search and
rescue for possible deployment to affected areas during emergency situation.

III. Fire Suppression


1. Organizes fire-fighting teams/brigades for initial fire fighting deployment;
2. Provides fire-fighting instructions through locally available sources (Local Fire
Department);
3. Ensures that fire fighters know their stations and locations of fire fighting
equipment in the area;
4. Deploys fire fighting personnel to fire affected areas;
5. Coordinates with the Bureau of Fire Department on matters related to fire
suppression;
6.

Maintains network with fire suppression agencies and organizations for joint
trainings and fire suppression skills;

7. Sets on the fire alarm in case of fire;


8. Assesses the nature of fire and suppress it by using the appropriate fire
extinguishers available or by practical means of putting it off such as wet jute
sacks;
9. Prevents the spread of fire by shutting off all ventilators and witching off all
electrical breakers in the building;
10.

Alerts all office personnel in case evacuation is necessary;

11.
Maintains order and take control of FIRE EXITS to avoid crowding and
confusion of occupants. Fast and orderly movement towards fire exit must be
achieved;

12.

Assists firemen in clearing safe routes/roads for fire trucks and fire hoses;

13.

After the fire, perform the following work:

Repair/replace all damaged fire-fighting equipment;

Refill all fire exhausted fire extinguishers;

Assess the extent of damage, and

Prepare a report of fire damages.

IV. Engineering and Rehabilitation Team


1. Conducts monitoring and damage and assessment of school properties and
reports the same to the Chairman;
2. Validates reports and determines cost of damages for budget allocation;
3. Repairs and rehabilitate damaged structures;
4. Provides technical assistance, maintenance procedures and precautionary
measures to schools relative to the repair and rehabilitation of school buildings
damaged by typhoons and calamities;
5. Undertakes rapid assessment of damages caused by typhoons, floods and all
other causes, in coordination with local DCCs and the R/DPCF and reports results
to concerned offices;
6. Assess structural integrity and stability of structures before occupying the same;
and
7. Recommends appropriate interventions for damaged structures.