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EMERGENCY-RESPONSE-PLAN

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EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
EMERGENCY
RESPONSE PLAN
FEU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
A hardcopy of this plan should be kept on file and be accessible in the event of a flood.
EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
CONTENTS
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PURPOSE …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1
SCOPE ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1
RESPONSE STRATEGIES ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1
MISSION ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1
EXECUTION ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3
a. IMMINENT EVENT ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3
b. SUDDEN IMPACT …………………………………………………………………………………………… 3
6. ADMINISTRATIONS AND LOGISTICS …………………………………………………………………………… 4
7. STAFF WITH SPECIAL NEEDS ………………………………………………………………………………………. 5
8. STAFF TRAINED IN FIRST AID …………………………………………………………………………………….. 6
EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
PURPOSE
The purpose of this Emergency Response Plan (ERP) is to provide details of how FEU –
Institute of technology will prepare and respond in case of flood or other emergency situations.
SCOPE
The Emergency Response Plan applies to all students, teachers, staff and visitors of FEUInstitute of Technology.
RESPONSE STRATEGIES
When the school is impacted, or is about to be impacted, by flood or emergency event,
this plan will be enacted at the direction of the emergency response team leader.
There are generally three response strategies that can be implemented prior to, or
during a flood.
The response strategies, which can be implemented singularly or jointly, are:
1. Evacuation of the facility;
2. Lockdown of the facility;
3. Temporary Closure of the Facility.
It is also noted that an accident**may also be categorised as:
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‘rising tide’ or ‘slow burn’ events which enables decision makers to act prior to
the impact of the event; or
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sudden or spontaneous events for which there are no warnings or indications
that allow pre-emptive actions and the vent has to be responded to during or
post impact.
Disasters or emergencies may occur under such circumstances that the emergency
response team leader can make pre-emptive decisions to take action and best prepare
the staff to provide support to the school for the event.
MISSION
To ensure the safety of students, staff and any other persons within the region.
To coordinate the regional response to a disaster or emergency.
To resume educational services when safe to do so.
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EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM
FLOOR
NAME
PHONE
EMAIL
STUDENT PLAZA
AUBRI AGUSTIN
09358244125
[email protected]
4TH FLOOR
OWEN VEJERANO
09587425102
[email protected]
16TH FLOOR
FRANCE RAMOS
09584716625
[email protected]
8TH FLOOR
RALPH
HERNANDEZ
09632547891
[email protected]
12TH FLOOR
AJI CRUZ
09548114587
[email protected]
LIBRARY
MARELLA SANTA
CRUZ
09587412561
[email protected]
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EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Priority
Safety of students, teachers, staff and visitors.
Severe Weather
event
Sudden event during operational hours:
 Call 911 if emergency services are needed and follow advice.
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Report the emergency immediately to the Emergency response staff.
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Before the storm, store or secure loose items external to the building,
such as outdoor furniture and rubbish bins.
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Disconnect electrical equipment – cover and/or move this
equipment away from windows.
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Secure windows (close curtains & blinds) and external doors. If
necessary, tape windows and glass entrances. Utilize boards and
sandbags if required.
Forecast imminent event (e.g. cyclone, floods)
 If weather warnings and advice from the State Disaster Management
Group indicate that the location will be impacted by a severe weather
event, the Team will follow the decision-making process to determine
if the school will be temporarily closed.
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If the school is to be temporarily closed, then eveyone will be
advised.
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The Temporary Closure procedure needs to be implemented.
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After the event, if the school is situated in the impact zone, then
Building and Asset Services (BAS) will determine if the site is safe for
the emergency response team to enter to undertake a Suitability
Assessment to Re-open.
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EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
EXTERNAL EMERGENCY NUMBERS
Group
Contact/details
Life-threatening or time critical emergency
Police
Non-life threatening incident
Local Police Station
Phone number
911 – calling from
land line
131 444
722-0650
Ambulance
143
MMDA
136
General Inquiries; Public Information Unit
PAGASA
(632) 434 - 2696
(632) 926 4258
Weather updates; weather forecasting section
(632) 927 1541
NDRRMC
911 5061 to 65
BFC (NCR)
(02) 426 0219
PHILIPPINE
COAST GUARD
Local number
527 6136
PHILIPPINE RED
CROSS
(02) 527-0000
BUREAU OF FIRE
PROTECTION
(02) 426-0219
MMDA FLOOD
CONTROL
882-4177
882-0925
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EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
STAFF WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
If you have a disability or special need, you may have to take additional steps to
protect yourself in an emergency. If you have family, friends or neighbors with
special needs, help them with these extra precautions. People with disabilities
often require assistance and additional lead time to prepare for a disaster.
The following list, while not exhaustive, provides some practical tips for those
with special needs.
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Establish a personal support network. This network of friends, family and neighbors can
assist in disaster preparations and getting you to a safe place.
Post emergency instructions on the refrigerator to include medication dosages,
necessary equipment and emergency contacts.
Register with local emergency management and fire departments or volunteer centers.
Identify multiple evacuation routes at home and at work. Ask your employer to include
and test these plans.
Always carry emergency health information and emergency contacts with you . A
medical alert tag or bracelet to identify your disability can prove helpful.
Have an alternate means of communication, like a dry erase board or writing tablet and
markers.
When calling 911, tap the space bar to engage the TDD system.
If you are mobility impaired and live or work in a high-rise building, have an escape
chair.
If you live in an apartment building, ask the management to mark accessible exits
clearly.
Keep extra wheelchair batteries, oxygen, catheters, medication, food for guide or
hearing-ear dogs or other items you might need. Also keep a list of the type and serial
numbers of medical devices you need.
Stock additional emergency supplies, such as batteries, blankets, cash, medications,
non-perishable foods, water and a weather radio. Install fire safety devices in the home,
such as fire extinguishers and smoke alarms with a vibrating pad or flashing light.
Consider also installing an alarm with strobe light outside the home to alert neighbors.
Test alarms and extinguishers regularly and replace smoke alarm batteries every six
months.
 Keep a flashlight, whistle or bell handy to signal your whereabouts to others.
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EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
STAFF TRAINED IN FIRST AID
Staff Member
Training
Date Qualified To
Lopez, Martin F.
CPR
08 – 25 – 2005
Florendo, Jan Pawlo R.
Treating wounds
10 – 16 – 2008
Paelma, Gaburel R.
Treating wounds
01 – 01 – 2001
Felais, Domar Jomini
CPR
04 – 27 – 2012
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