Presentation Intro to CTDRMC

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Introduction to the
Cape Town Disaster Risk
Management Centre
Organisational Structure
Executive Mayor
City Manager
Directorates
Executive Directors
ED: Safety & Security
Executive Directors
Level 1
Departments
Directors
Director:
City Emergency Services
Directors
Level 2
Introduction to Branches
Disaster Risk Management Centre (DRMC)
Fire & Rescue Service
Public Emergency Communication Centre (107 PECC)
Support Services
Emergency Services Structure
ED: Safety & Security
(Richard Bosman)
Director:
Emergency Services
(Vacant)
Chief Fire Officer
(Ian Schnetler)
Fire & Rescue
Service
Personnel
Manager (Head):
Disaster Risk
Management Centre
(Greg Pillay)
Manager:
Public Emergency
Communications
Centre (PECC)
(John Ellis)
Disaster Risk
Management Centre
Personnel
Communications
Centre
Personnel
Manager:
Support Services
(Rachell Hoogbaard)
Admin, HR & Finance
Support Personnel
Disaster Risk Management Centre Structure
Manager (Head):
Disaster Risk Management Centre
Head:
Disaster Operations Centre
& staff
Head:
IDP & Corporate Planning
& staff
4 x DRMC Area Heads
& staff
Head: Public Awareness &
Preparedness
& staff
Head: Systems Integration &
Special Projects
& staff
Head:
DM Volunteers Management
& staff
Head:
Training & Capacity Building
& staff
Head:
Logistics Management
& staff
Disaster Risk Management Centre
Mission Statement
To efficiently manage disaster risk in all communities
of the City of Cape Town by preventing or
mitigating disasters and softening disaster impact
where prevention is not possible
Disaster Risk Management
Disaster Risk Management includes all
aspects of planning for and responding to
any disaster. This includes the identification
of hazards and the management of both the
risks, preparations for, and the consequences
of any major incident or disaster occurrence.
TWO-POINT STRATEGY FOR DISASTER RISK
MANAGEMENT
PREVENT DISASTERS
MANAGE RISK THROUGH MITIGATION, PLANNING &
PREPAREDNESS
IF PREVENTION IS IMPOSSIBLE, SOFTEN THE
BLOW
MANAGE THE CONSEQUENCES (RESPONSE, RELIEF,
REHABILITATION)
Examples of hazards
Structural Fire
Flooding & Storms
Wildfire
Transportation Incident
Hazardous Materials Incident
Structural Failure
Earthquake
Slope Instability (Landslide)
Human Disease Outbreak
Animal Disease Outbreak
Social Disorder
Climate Change & Coastal
Zone Process Hazards
Koeberg NPS Radiological Release
Coastal Oil Spill
Land Degradation
Environmental Pollution
Pest Infestation
Drought
Disruption of Critical Services /
Supply / Infrastructure
Tsunami
Cosmic Impact
Aspects of Disaster Risk Management
Hazard Identification
Risk and Vulnerability Assessment
Prevention
Mitigation
Planning
Preparedness
Response & Relief
Recovery - Rehabilitation & Reconstruction
Who is Disaster Risk Management?
National Government
National Disaster Management Centre
Nodal points in all National Departments & Organs of State
Provincial Government
Provincial Disaster Management Centre (in Tygerberg, co-located
with PG:WC EMS, PG:WC Traffic, Forensic Pathology Services)
Nodal points in all Provincial Departments & Organs of State
Local Government
Metropolitan municipalities
District municipalities and Local municipalities
Nodal points in all Municipal Departments & Entities
NGO’s, CBO’s, FBO’s
Supported by Commerce & Industry and the Community
Where is the Cape Town Disaster Risk
Management Centre?
Physical location of DRMC offices :Goodwood (DRMC HQ and the Disaster Operations Centre (DOC)
Cape Town CBD (Civic Centre) – Area West & Alternate DOC
Hillstar (Ottery) – Area Central
Brackenfell (behind Hypermarket) – Area North
Melton Rose (Eersterivier) – Area East
Alphen - Training Centre
plus on-scene vehicular & logistical deployment capabilities
Disaster Risk Management
Service Delivery Areas
Disaster Risk Management Centre
Goodwood
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4 x Area Offices =
Area 1 – North (Brackenfell)
Area 2 – West + Alternate DOC
(Civic Centre, Cape Town)
Area 3 – Central (Ottery)
Area 4 – East (Melton Rose)
Training Centre (Alphen)
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2
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When is Disaster Risk Management
required ?
When things go wrong
Before things go wrong
After things go wrong
When nothing goes wrong !!
Who does Disaster Risk Management?
Everyone has a responsibility
Together we can do more than separately
Communities know their environment better than we do
Communities will know first when things go wrong
Communities probably know how to solve the problem
Communities can influence their environment
Services we provide :
Hazard, Risk and Vulnerability Assessments
Public Awareness & Preparedness
Emergency Planning Courses for Commerce, Industry & Institutions
Disaster Planning Support & Co-ordination
Public Safety Planning for Events
Response Co-ordination
Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Facilitation
CONTACT DETAILS
Telephone:
+27 (0)80 911 HELP (4357) / (0)21-597-6000
Fax:
+27 (0)21-597-5010
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
www.capetown.gov.za/disaster
Let us work together
for a better city
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