Issue of June 11, 2017
     
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Ifugao preps for better disaster response plan
by PIA–Ifugao

In its continuing  effort to  strengthen the skills in disaster and emergency management in Ifugao, 40 representatives from various agencies and  local government units  underwent  the level two integrated planning course on Incident Command System (ICS) recently.

The course enhanced the participants’ knowledge and skills necessary to perform the duties and responsibilities of the planning section chief and unit leaders in the ICS organization like resources, situation, documentation, and demobilization units.

Trainors from the Cordillera Incident Manage Team facilitated the training and discussed the seven modules that include overview of the planning section; forms, documents and supplies; planning section chief; resource and demobilization unit leader; situation unit leader; documentation unit leader and transfer of command, demobilization and closeout.

“It was observed in the previous disasters the lack of an effective on-scene management operation that hampers the delivery of services,” said Acting Provincial Disaster Risk and Reduction Management Officer Cecil Unghiyon.

“We hope that with the conduct of this training, the participants gained the necessary skills as emergency/disaster responders,” she said.

The goals of the ICS are to provide for safety and health of all responders, save lives, reduce suffering, protect public health, protect government infrastructures, properties, the environment, and reduce economic and social losses brought about by disasters.


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