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COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY MONITORING TOOL

This school level Comprehensive School Safety Monitoring Tool is aligned with the Sendai Framework for DRR (SFDRR) and the global Comprehensive School Safety Framework (CSSF
International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR). As a signatory to the SFDRR, the Philippine Government is expected to report to the UNISDR its accomplishment in implementing
with this, the Department of Education is required to report its accomplishment in implementing Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM)/School Safety to the National DRRM C
a member of the said council, and in accordance to RA 10121 (Philippine DRRM Act of 2010) which reflects the country's commitment to the SFDRR.
This school level Comprehensive School Safety Monitoring Tool aims to:
1) establish the baseline with respect to the implementation of the 3 pillars of DepEd's Comprehensive DRRM in Education Framework (DO 37, s 2015);
2) Set the school's DRRM targets for 3 years, based on the baseline;
3) Track the annual progress of the school with respect to its targets.
This is primarily for the use of the School DRRM Team whose members are expected to facilitate the completion of this monitoring tool. The Head of the SDRRM Team shall submit the co
the signature of he School Head to the Division DRRM Coordinator. The Division DRR Coordinator is expected to orient the SDRRM Team on how this tool is going to be filled-up, monito
schools and consolidate the results of all schools using the template also provided by the DRRMS Central Office. The consolidated results shall be submitted by the Division DRRM Coor
Central Office in ____________ of the current school year.
The 1st column indicates the particular Priority for Action in the SFDRR that are related to the Targets of the global CSSF in the 2nd column. The 3rd column indicates DepEd's Comprehe
indicators at the school level that are related to columns 1 and 2. The school level DepEd indicators are based on the Department's Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) po
DRRM Manual (SDRRM). The 4th column sets the baseline of the school with respect to DepEd's indicators in the 3rd BASELINE
column. Supporting evidences, such as documents, should be provi
DRRM Team to the Division DRRM Coordinator. The 5th column sets the targets/plans of the school based on its baseline. The remaining columns will be accomplished by the school on a
indicate progress against the targets set for 3 years.
PROGRESS
Name of Head/Focal Person of School DRRM Team: MARJORIE D. PILON Designation: TEACHER-IN-CHA
School ID: 103823 Name of School: ABRA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Municipality/City: SANTIAGO CI
Name of Division DRRM Coordinator: Arcadio Madumo Division/Region: 2
Date the Division DRRM Coordinator Oriented the SDRRM Team: VIRGINIA G. ALMAZAN: TARGETS/ PLANS
Related
DepEd DRRMS CSS INDICATORS
Sendai ENABLING ENVIRONMENT
Global Comprehensive
Framework
School Safety (CSS)
for DRR
TARGET AREAS (Based on DepEd’s DRRM Policies and YES
(SFDRR) NO
School DRRM Manual)
Priorities
Priority for Legal Frameworks & 1 Adopted/Adapted/localized existing policies relating to DRRM in / (2019-2021)
Action 2 Policies education/school safety
(2018)
Organizational 2 Designated School DRRM Focal Person /
Priority for arrangements, leadership, 3 Formed School DRRM Team, consisting of personnel from different /
Action 2 and coordination for risk offices; with defined membership and roles and
reduction and resilience responsibilities/functions
(2019)
4 Has a comprehensive School DRRM Plan, which includes CCA /
and EiE measures, covering risk assessment, risk reduction, and
Integration of risk reduction
rehabilitation and recovery
Priority for and resilience into
Action 1 education sector strategies, 5 Students participated in the planning process /
policies and plans 6 Integrated DRRM into the School Improvement Plan (SIP) /

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Priority for and resilience into
Action 1 education sector strategies,
policies and plans
7 100% completion of DRR related questions in the EMIS/EBEIS /
8 Regular DRRM activities are supported by school budget /
Funding for risk reduction 9 Funding sources for interventions in the aftermath of a disaster or /
Priority for emergency exist and can easily be tapped.
and resilience of education
Action 3
sector 10 School has partnerships that could be tapped to support its DRRM /
programs and activities, including those after a disaster

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11 Conducted student-led school watching and hazard mapping (DO /
23 s 2015)
12 Incorporated results of student-led school watching and hazard /
Priority for Child-centered Risk mapping in the School DRRM Plan and SIP
Action 1 Assessment 13 Linked student-led school watching and hazard mapping with the /
community hazard maps of LGUs provided by DOST
14 School Planning Team have linked the community hazard maps /
with education data to better understand the school’s risk
15 School submitted Rapid Assessment of Damage Report (RADAR) /
to the DRRMS Central Office, within 72 hours after the onslaught
of a hazard in the area
Priority for 16 Data collection and consolidation of programs and activities on /
Monitoring and Evaluation DRRM, covering the 3 Pillars, to monitor results and impact exist
Action 3

Name and Signature of School Head:


Date Signed and Approved:

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rk for DRR (SFDRR) and the global Comprehensive School Safety Framework (CSSF) developed by the UN
e Government is expected to report to the UNISDR its accomplishment in implementing the SFDRR. In line
ster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM)/School Safety to the National DRRM Council (NDRRMC) as
reflects the country's commitment to the SFDRR.

ehensive DRRM in Education Framework (DO 37, s 2015);

e completion of this monitoring tool. The Head of the SDRRM Team shall submit the completed forms with
s expected to orient the SDRRM Team on how this tool is going to be filled-up, monitor the completion of
Central Office. The consolidated results shall be submitted by the Division DRRM Coordinator to the DRRMS

s of the global CSSF in the 2nd column. The 3rd column indicates DepEd's Comprehensive School Safety
are based on the Department's Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) policies and the School
dicators in the 3rd column. Supporting evidences, such as documents, should be provided by the School
based on its baseline. The remaining columns will be accomplished by the school on an annual basis to

PROGRESS PROGRESS
TEACHER-IN-CHARGE

G ENVIRONMENT

(2020) (2021)

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COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY MONITORING TOOL
Global Comprehensive PILLAR 1: SAFE LEARNING FACILITIES
Framework
School Safety (CSS)
for DRR
TARGETS
Existing schools are being made safer, systematically (Based on DepEd’s DRRM Policies and NO.
1 # of school buildings that has been inventoried 9 one building for demolition and
Assessment and one buildong to be constructed
Priority for prioritization for retrofiting 2 # of school buildings with risk assessment 2 2019
Action 1 and replacement of unsafe
schools 3 # of unsafe school buildings identified 2 2019
YES NO
4 Systems for monitoring and quality assurance of school building /
construction
5 Financial exist are allocated for completion of needed action
resources /
Resources and Plan to
Priority for to address unsafe school buildings within a specified period
address unsafe school
Action 3
buildings 6 # of unsafe school buildings with appropriate action undertaken by
the School Head (e.g. upgraded, retrofitted, non-usage, etc.) /

7 Conducted regular school inspection and maintenance of facilities /


8 conducted
Undertaken(state how
regular often)
repair of minor classroom (including facilities) /
damages
Maintenance to increase
Priority for 9 Roles and responsibilities for maintenance are defined, /
safety and protection of
Action 3 documented and assigned
investments in schools
10 School Heads have allotted budget for routine maintenance of /
school facilities for safety and to protect investments, with
transparent monitoring oversight at the school level
11 School Heads have identified those schools that are expected to /
be used as temporary evacuation centers for disasters
Planning for limited use of 12 School Heads are clear with the roles and functions of the school /
Priority for schools as evacuation in camp management vis-à-vis the LGU and DSWD as per Joint
Action 4 centers, during the school Memorandum Circular No. 1, series of 2013 "Guidelines on
year Evacuation Center Coordination and Management" and RA 10821
"Children's Emergency Relief and Protection Act" and its
corresponding IRR

Every new school built is safe


13 Guidance and regulations on the following are followed:
Guidance and regulations
Priority for safe school site selection /
for safe school
Action 2 resilient design, and /
construction
resilient construction /
14 New school construction is monitored for compliance with: /
Monitoring of safe school safe school site selection /
Priority for
site selection, design and
Action 2
construction

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Monitoring of safe school
Priority for
site selection, design and safe school design /
Action 2
construction
safe school construction

Name and Signature of School Head: MARJORIE D. PILON


Date Signed and Approved:

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E LEARNING FACILITIES

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COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY MONITORING TOOL
Global Comprehensive PILLAR 2: DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT
Framework
School Safety (CSS)
for DRR
TARGETS (Based on DepEd’s DRRM Policies and YES NO
School has a Contingency Plan, i.e. Preparedness Plan turned into
1 response actions when a disaster strikes (This could be a separate
section/chapter in the DRRM Plan)
School has available, accessible, and adequate first aid kit in every
2 instructional classroom
School has at least 2 necessary and functioning equipment, in
3 case of a disaster (e.g. fire extinguisher, handheld/base radio,
generator, etc.)
Existence of national and School has pre-identified spaces for putting up Temporary Learning
4 spaces/Shelters in the aftermath of a disaster
sub-national plans for
preparedness and School has ready resumption strategies and alternative delivery
Priority for 5 modes to ensure education continuity
response, educational
Action 4
continuity, and protection
of education sector School has ensured that students completed the Family
investments 6 Earthquake Prepareness Plan; and school has reported completion
to DepEd DRRM at the Central Office
School has established a school personnel tracking
7 system/protocol in the event of a disaster

School has trained personnel to administer first aid to students and


8 personnel

9 School has psychosocial interventions for personnel and students


School has trained teachers and other personnel who could
10 provide psychosocial support to students

School DRRM Plan and SIP with DRRM integration are reviewed
Annual review of school 11 annually
disaster risk reduction and Conducted Brigada Eskwela to ensure school safety and
Priority for management measures 12 preparedness measures are in place as per DO
Action 4 (e.g. as part of school-
based management and/or Students, teachers, parents and other stakeholders participated in
school improvement) 13 Brigada Eskwela

School has established functional early warning system to inform


students and personnel of hazards and emergencies (protocol,
14 warning signs, devices, IEC), considering national and LGU
warning systems and protocols
Conduct of regular
simulation drill, at all levels,
Priority for to practice response
Action 4 preparedness and to review
response plans (i.e.
Contingency Plan) Page 11 of
Conduct of regular
simulation drill, at all levels, School conducted regular hazard-specific drills (at least 3 hazards)
Priority for to practice response 15 with participation of stakeholders (BFP, Medic, LGUs, NGOs,
Action 4 preparedness and to review community, PTA, alumni, and others)
response plans (i.e.
Contingency Plan) 16 # of students who participated in the drills
17 School has an evacuation plan and procedures
School has a student-family reunification plan that is clearly
18 disseminated to students, teachers and parents

School Head has received DRRM training from division or region or


19 partners
Needs assessment,
strategy, and School DRRM Team has received DRRM training from division or
20 region or partners (indicate how many)
Priority for implementation plan to
Action 3 develop staff and student School has conducted awareness and capacity building for families
capacity for participation in 21 and learners
school based DRRM
School participated in the different DRRM/CCA/EiE activities of the
22 LGU

Name and Signature of School Head:


Date Signed and Approved:

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TER RISK MANAGEMENT

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COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY MONITORING TOOL
Global Comprehensive PILLAR 3: RISK REDUCTION AND RESILIENCE EDUCATION
Framework
School Safety (CSS)
for DRR
TARGETS (Based
1 School has integrated key DRR on
andDepEd’s DRRMinPolicies
CCA concepts the and
YES NO
curriculum based on the National Curriculum Guide
Integration of common risk 2 Year when DRR and CCA integration in the curriculum started
Priority for
reduction and resilience
Action 3 3 Grade levels and subjects where DRR and CCA been integrated
messages in the curriculum
Skills and competencies of students are assessed through
measurable learning and risk reduction (RR) outcomes YES NO

4 Percentage of students actively participating in various


Intergration of risk DRRM/CCA/EiE activities
Priority for
reduction and resilience in
Action 3
extra-curricular activities

5 School has a DRRM capacity building plan for teachers and school
Capacity building for and personnel YES NO
Priority for
personnel on risk reduction
Action 3 6 Number personnel trained on DRRM and/or CCA
and resilience education YES NO

7 Schoo has available and accessible quality and up-to-date DRRM YES NO
materials of DRRM corner, with updated IEC materials posted in it,
8 Presence
in every classroom YES NO

Priority for 9 School carries out monitoring and evaluation to assess


Monitoring and Evaluation sustainable implementation YES NO
Action 3

Name and Signature of School Head:


Date Signed and Approved:

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UCTION AND RESILIENCE EDUCATION

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