WHAT IS LISTO SI KAP? • It is a checklist of preparatory and necessary measures aligned with Operation Listo for Mayors and Disaster Minimum Standards. • Operation Listo is a nationwide movement aimed to inform every Filipino the importance of preparedness. OBJECTIVES OF LISTO SI KAP? Assist barangays in formulating disaster preparedness plans Determine their disaster readiness Identify “what-to-dos” to meet the minimum level of preparedness Serve as guide in responding to disasters Determine the needed assistance from the city/municipality Identify capacity needs related to DRRM COMPONENTS OF LISTO SI KAP PRE-HAZARD • Actions for early preparation done during “peace time”. Composed of: 1. Create structures and systems 2. Institutionalize policies and plans 3. Build competencies 4. Equip with hardwares and supplies IMMINENT HAZARD • Actions for critical preparations for typhoons in support to Mayors using Listo Protocols • Divided into 3 timeframes: UPON ALERT, DURING, AFTER PRE-HAZARD Early Preparations FOUR GENERAL ACTIONS Create structures and systems Institutionalize Polices and Plans • Create the Barangay DRRM structures and systems to be mobilize • Implement the systems and plans in place Build competencies • Build competencies of the created structures through various trainings Equip with hard wares and supplies • Complement the competencies by purchasing and preparing the needed equipment COMPONENTS OF LISTO SI KAP PRE-HAZARD • Actions for early preparation done during “peace time”. Composed of: 1. Create structures and systems 2. Institutionalize policies and plans 3. Build competencies 4. Equip with hardwares and supplies IMMINENT HAZARD • Actions for critical preparations for typhoons in support to Mayors using Listo Protocols • Divided into 3 timeframes: UPON ALERT, DURING, AFTER STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS • Organization of BDRMMC, ICS, BERT • Risk assessment • Presence of baseline data • Local risk maps • Formulation of plans • Establishment of OpCen • Designate PIO • Guide for family preparedness and response • Revisit RA 10121 • BDRRM Fund (at least 5% from regular sources) • Quick Response Fund (30% of BDRRMF) POLICIES AND PLANS • BDRRMC with structures and personnel • Officer at the OpCen • Emergency hotlines • Disaster-related signages, markers and directional signs • Conduct of drills • Dissemination of disasterrelated information • Established partnerships COMPETENCIES TRAINING OF BARANGAY OFFICIALS ON: • CBDRRM • Hazard and Risk Assessment • Early Warning System • Formulation of Local Climate Change Plan • Search and Rescue • Basic Life Support and First Aid • Rapid Disaster Needs Assessment ORIENTATION ON: • Operation Listo • Basic Incident Command System • Camp Management • Management of the Dead and Missing ORIENTATION OF THE COMMUNITY ON: • CBDRRM • Family Guide on Disaster Preparedness • Family Communication Plan • Early Warning System • Evacuation Plan • Risk Communciation • Climate Change • Conduct drills EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Generator set Alternative sources of energy Flashlight with batteries Vehicles Communication equipment Siren Warning Devices First Aid Kit Water Rescue Kit Extrication Kit Personal Protective Equiment Compass Mobile Kitchen Ladder, rope, search light, wire Water purifying machine Hand tools EVACUATION CENTER FACILITIES FACILITIES: • Priority areas for PWDs, pregnant women and elderly • Separate toilets for male and female • Child and women friendly spaces • Open spaces • Couple’s/conjugal room • Space for livestock • Community Kitchen • Health facilities • Breastfeeding station • Waste disposal • Storage areas • Water sanitation ad hygiene • Security post • Mobile communication system • Laundry space WHAT IS E-BALDE? • It is a container (pail) that can easily be carried during disasters. • It includes: Food and water (good for 4 days) First aid kit Matchsticks Candles Flaslight Radio Undergarmets Garbage bags Needs of children and women (hygiene kits/milk) Malong or blanket IMMINENT HAZARD Critical Preparations QUICK GUIDE: CRITICAL PREPARATIONS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Typhoon enters PAR DOST and NDRRMC identifies affected LGUs DOST and NDRRMC communicates state of LGUs to DILG DILG transmits information to LGU Mayor undertakes preparedness actions based on Listo Manuals and convene LDRRMC LnB President communicates state of LGUs to the barangays Punong Barangays undertake actions based on Listo si Kap Checklist under critical prearations ACTIONS UPON ALERT • • • • • • • • • • • • Convene the BDRRMC. Estimate the number of affected families (for evacuation) Prepare the list of landslide and flood prone areas Ensure standby supplies, equipment and relief goods Check functionality of equipment and rescue vehicles Alert SAR teams Prepare the evacuation center Issue alerts and warning to the community Coordinate with Office of the Mayor for class suspension Assign designated officer to identified evacuation centers Assign Barangay Tanod to ensure security Conduct patrol within the barangay ACTIONS DURING TYPHOON • Deploy SAR Teams and or BERT to assist in search and rescue operations • Enlist additional volunteers • Secure power, water supply and communications with the OpCen • Prepare the list of evacuees • Advise public to stay indoor • Alert community on he directives of C/MDRRMOS for possible evacuation • Assist in traffic management • Conduct clearing operations within affected roads for faster delivery of services • Assist the C/MSWDO on the distribution of relief goods in evacuation center ACTIONS AFTER TYPHOON • Continue to assist the city/municipal rescue teams • Coordinate with LDRRMO on he advisory to return to communities • Procure additional good, if necessary • Assist the C/M Engineering Office in clearing operations • Conduct ocular inspection for post disaster needs assessment • Ensure peace and order in the barangay THANK YOU!