BDRRMC

Contingency Plan for Flooding

BARANGAY CUPANG PROPER

City of Balanga

 

CHAPTER I

BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE

 

Brief History

 

Ang Cupang Proper ay isa sa mga maunlad na pamayanan sa Lungsod ng Balanga sa kasalukuyan.  Matatagpuan ang Barangay sa katimugang bahagi ng Poblacion at Cataning.  Sa gawing silangan ng Cupang ay naroon ang ilog Talisay na syang nakapagitan sa mga bayan ng Balanga at Pilar.  Sa gawing timog ay nariyan ang Central. Makakarating sa Cupang sa pammagitan ng P. Paterno st.(Poblacion) na karugtong ng P. Naval st. at Marcelo H. Del Pilar st. ang dalawng pangunahing lansangan ng barangay. Magagamit din ang Naval- Maluya road mag mula sa Roman highway. Ang Cupang ay isa sa mga naunang barangay na naitatag sa kabuuan ng lalawigan. Pinaniniwalaan na ito ay kabilang sa matataong lugar gaya ng Pto. Rivas (unang tinaway na Ibayong Malaki) at Tortugas ( Ibayong Munti) na naitatag kasabay ng pagkilala sa Balanga bilang isang regular na bayan, na ayon kay dating National Librarian Eulogio B. Rodriguez ay naganap noong Abril 18, 1659. Walang kumpirmadong ulat o dokumento na magpapatunay kung kalian talaga naitatag ang Cupang bilang isang baryo. Nakasaad naman sa isang pahina ng librong “Balik Tanaw” na noong 1770 ay isang Rufino Valdecanaz ang nanukalang Cabeza ng Cupang. Dahil dito ipinalagay na ang Cupang ay isa ng ganap na pamayanan noong taong nabanggit. Nagkaroon ng ganap na pagkilala sa Cupang bilang isang regular na baryo noong 1915, sa panahon na pamamahala nina Maximo Delos Reyes bilang gobernador ng Bataan at Mayor Andres De Leon, alkalde ng Balanga. Sakop pa noon ang Cupang ang lugar na kung tawagin sa ngayon ay Barangay Central.

 

Sukat                                                  1,422.15 hectares

 

Populasyon                                       10,356 (2010)

 

Estimated Income                           4,985,895.00 (2012)

RANK

HAZARD

P

I

Average

Remarks

1

Flood

4

4

4

Implemented flood drill last June 22, 2102

2

Typhoon

5

2

3.5

To rely on weather forecast

3

Earthquake

2

2

2

Occasional Earth Quake Drill from Schoolers & residents

4

Fire

1

2

1.5

To educate children for the fire prevention

5

Terrorism

2

1

1.5

Watch, close monitoring &  observation on transient

 HAZARD ANALYSIS

 

Root Causes

Early Warning

Triggering Factor

Risk Reduction Strategies

1.       Heavy and continuous Rainfall

2.      Flash Flood from upland areas

3.      Release of water from Farmers Irrigation Dam

4.      High Tide

·         Automatic Rain Gauge

·         Water level gauge

·         Updated Pagasa weather forecast from local media

·         Improvised bells and Church bells

·         Whistles(sos)

·         SMS thru Mobile phone

·         2 way radios

·         Citizen Information

·         Clogged River bank due to water hyacinth

·         Kangkong & other solid waste materials

·         Erosion

·         Illegal house construction of informal settlers along river banks

·         High Tide surge

A.    Structural- Construction of river control(Rip-rapping)

·         Construction of control dam

B.      Non – Structural-

·         Dissilting of River

·         Cleaning & Declogging of secondary waterways( esteros & canals)

·         Educate and train all constituents for river management

·         Plant Bamboo Trees


SCENARIO GENERATION

Activities

BAD

WORSE

WORST

1.       Description of Events-

4 ft Flood

6 ft Flood

10ft Flood

2.      Effects to Population (no. of fams, pax affected)

1,000 person

4,000 individual

10,000 pax

3.      Casualties

a.      Missing

b.     Dead

c.     Injured

 

0

0

0

 

5 person

5 person

5 person

 

10 person

10 person

50 person

4.      Effects to Properties

a.     Houses (P/T)

b.     Agri. Livestock/ Fisheries

c.     Livelihood

 

240P/160T

10has

 

600P/320T

20has

150T

 

1,500P/500T

40has

500T-1M

5.       Effects to infra & facilities

No damaged bridge, Roads still passable, electrical post still intact

Partial Electricity Down

2 bridges damaged, Miray & Central Bridge, 2 kms road not passable ( along Talisay River and Cataning River)

12 Electrical post down, No electricity for 3 days.

 

6.       

 

 

 

 

A-1   Affected Area

 

 

 

2012

 

Affected Areas

Affected Population

Evacuation Center

High 10

Kapihan, Manaloatao, Pio Del Mar, Sto Nino, Niyugan & Dap Dap

1,406 households / 224 families

Cupang Elementary School

Low 7

Sto Cristo, St Anne, St. Francis

749 – 146 Families

Cupang Elementary School

Med 4

San Lorenzo Village

490 – 98 Households

Cupang Elementary School

 

2013

 

Affected Areas

Affected Population

Evacuation Center

High 10

Kapihan, Manaloatao, Pio Del Mar, Sto Nino, Niyugan & Dap Dap

households /  families

Cupang Elementary School

Low 7

Sto Cristo, St Anne, St. Francis

Families

Cupang Elementary School

Med 4

San Lorenzo Village

Households

Cupang Elementary School

 

2014

 

Affected Areas

Affected Population

Evacuation Center

High 10

Kapihan, Manaloatao, Pio Del Mar, Sto Nino, Niyugan & Dap Dap

households /  families

Cupang Elementary School

Low 7

Sto Cristo, St Anne, St. Francis

Families

Cupang Elementary School

Med 4

San Lorenzo Village

Households

Cupang Elementary School

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER II

GENERAL POLICIES & OBJECTIVES

 

References:

 

R.A. 10121 – Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction & Management System (PDRRMS)

R.A.   7279 - Climate Change Adaptation (CCA)

R.A.   1885 - Fire Code of the Philippines

R.A.   1089 – National Building Code

Zoning and Land Use Act, Waste Management Act, Anti Log Ban Act

National Issuances related to Environmental Management

Local Legislations, local ordinances issued related to BDRRM and CCA

Other related Laws, Rules and regulations related to DRRM and CCA

 

It is the primary duty of the Barangay Officials to serve and protect the people in his country.  It must ensure the maintenance of peace and order, the protection of life and property, and property promotion of the general welfare of its constituents for the enjoyment of the blessings of democracy.

 

Objectives:

 

1.      Reduce the vulnerability of its constituents to risks and hazards by formulating a comprehensive Contingency Plan.

2.      Create emergency management teams through issuance of Barangay Ordinances by the Barangay Development Council (BDC) barangay Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (BDRRMC) which shall properly define tasks and working arrangements, and identify the key players.

3.      Adopt proper command and control mechanism using standard operating procedures which shall ensure that all tasks are accomplished and that targets are achieved.

4.      Employ a responsive organizational structure and effective chain of command which shall plan, organize, direct and manage assets to provide orderly and systematic disaster response.

5.      Allocate resources such as manpower, equipment and to ensure the proper utilization of fund to manage any critical disaster or incident which may occur.

6.      Ensure smooth and effective coordination and collaboration between the city government and the BDRRMC Committee, concerned government agencies at the City Level, civil society organizations (CSOs) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), private sector, including volunteers.

7.      That all Stake Holders shall abide to the basic principles of accountability and transparency and proper observance of established protocols during disaster operation.

 

                                    CHAPTER III

SECTORAL PLANNING AND ARRANGEMENTS

 

SECURITY

 

Lead          :           PNP

Support     :           AFP / PROV- PS / REG PNP

Objectives:          Protection of properties & constituents within the Brgy from lawless elements

 

 

Sector

 

Existing Resources

 

Projected needs

 

 

Gaps

Activity to meet the gaps

Agency Nat’l/ Local / NGO

 

Time Frame

 

Est. Cost

 

 

Source

PNP

2/ Brgy

10 PNP

8

Request for reinforcement NGOs / MSGC

 

 

 

City Gov’t.

Tanod

21 Tanod

21

0

 

 

 

 

 

AFP

12 Enlisted Men

12

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HEALTH & MEDICAL

 

Lead          :           CHO

Support     :           NURSES

Objectives:          To ensure the basic health and medical needs of our constituents.

 

Particular

Existing Resources

Projected Needs

 

Gaps

Activity to meet the Gaps

Time Frame

 

Est. Cost

 

Source

Doctor

4

4

0

 

 

 

CHO

Nurses

4

8

4

Volunterism of unemployed nurses for actual experience

 

 

Graduate nurses of the Barangay

Health Workers

1

12

11

Volunteer from Barangay

 

 

Kababaihan / Homeowners

BNS

1

4

3

Volunteer from Barangay

 

 

Kababaihan /Homeowners

Red Cross

 

5

5

Request from Provincial

 

 

Provincial PRC

 

FIRE BRIGADE

 

Lead          :           BFP

Support     :           Barangay Fire & Rescue Team

Objectives:          For Rescue / Cleaning and Recovery

 

Sector

Existing Resources

Projected Needs

 

Gap

Activity to meet Gap

Time Frame

 

Est Cost

 

Source

BFP Bal City

0

16

16

Request from City BFP

 

 

BFP Bal City

Brgy Fire & Rescue Committee

5

5

0

 

 

 

 

Volunteers

20

40

20

Train Barangay Personnel

 

 

 

Tanod & Constituents

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRANSPORTATION

 

Lead          :           DOTC / PNP

Support     :           BDRRMC / PGSO/ CPSO / AFP / PND / PRIVATE / PUBLIC USED VEHICLE

Objectives:          To transport affected families to evacuation sites

 

Sector

Existing Resources

Projected Needs

 

Gap

Activity to meet Gap

Time Frame

 

Est Cost

 

Source

Gas

0

200 liters

200 ltrs.

Purchase/ Donation

 

 

Brgy calamity Fund/ COB

Dump Truck

0

2

2

Request from GSO

 

 

From COB

PATROL

 

3

3

0

 

 

 

Starex, Patrol & Tri Patrol

Rubber Boat

2

3

1

Barrow Rubber Boat with engine

 

 

CDRRMC COB/ Calamity Fund

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


RELIEF & REHABILITATION

 

Lead          :           CSWD

Support     :           PRC / NGO’s / CSO ‘s / CSWD / PSWD / Foundation / Brgy / Volunteer

Objectives:          To stabilize Human Needs and Consumption

 

Particular

Existing Resources

Projected Needs

 

Gaps

Activity to meet the Gaps

Time Frame

 

Est. Cost

 

Source

 

Mineral Water

0

575 Gal

575 Gal

Purchase/ Ngo Support

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund/ Private sector

 

Rice

0

14 sacks

14 sacks

Purchase /NGO Support

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

 

Sardines

0

10 boxes

10 boxes

Purchase /NGO Support

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

 

Noodles

0

10 boxes

10 boxes

Purchase /NGO Support

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

 

Coffee

0

3 boxes

3 boxes

Purchase /NGO Support

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

 

 EVACUATION

 

Lead          :           DEPed

Support     :           BRGY / NGO’s

Objectives:          To have a clean, safe and comfortable evacuation center

 

 

Particular

Existing Resources

Projected Needs

 

Gaps

Activity to meet the Gaps

Time Frame

 

Est. Cost

 

Source

TENT

0

10

10

Purchase / NGO’s

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

Airbed

0

20

20

Purchase / NGO’s

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

Cooking Utensils

1 set

20 sets

19 sets

Purchase / NGO’s

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

School

1

1

0

 

 

 

 

Covered Court

1

1

0

 

 

 

 

Church

1

1

0

 

 

 

 

Blanket

0

100

100

Purchase / Request from CSWD

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / COB

SEARCH & RESCUE

 

Lead          :           AFP / PCG

Support     :           City WASAR/ Provincial WASAR / BFB / PNP /

Objectives:          To stabilize Human Needs and Consumption

 

 

Particular

Existing Resources

Projected Needs

 

Gaps

Activity to meet the Gaps

Time Frame

 

Est. Cost

 

Source

Life Vest Rope

Life Boy

14

14

0

 

 

 

 

Search Light

Flash Light

Splint Board

4

 

20

 

2

8

 

100

 

8

4

 

80

 

6

Purchase /NGO Support

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

Whistle

Tools

(Wrenches)

Bolos

14

 

0

2

100

 

20

20

86

 

20

18

Purchase /NGO Support

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund / Private Sector

Balsa

AX

Ladder

2

8

3

3

8

3

1

0

0

Request from CDRRMO

 

 

COB

 

COMMUNICATION & WARNING

 

Lead          :           DOTC

Support     :           NTC / CPSO / PSO / Regional Communication / React / 117

Objectives:          To make all concern aware of the situation

 

 

Particular

Existing Resources

Projected Needs

 

Gaps

Activity to meet the Gaps

Time Frame

 

Est. Cost

 

Source

Cellphone

29

29

0

 

 

 

Personal

Cell Card @ 500

0

5

5

Purchase

 

 

Barangay Calamity Fund

Transistor Radio with spare batteries

0

3

3

Purchase

 

 

Barangay Calamity Fund

Megaphone

3

3

0

 

 

 

 

Two way Radio

10

10

0

 

 

 

 

Flare Gun

0

10

10

Purchase / NGO Support

 

 

Brgy Calamity Fund/ Private sector

 

 

CHAPTER IV

PROCEDURES FOR FEED BACK, UPDATING & FUTURE ACTIONS

 

ACTIVITIES

BY WHOM

BY WHEN

Sectoral Flow Chart

PB Norman D. Guila

From July 30, 2012 ,Yearly

Formulation Draft for Flood

Barangay Council

For Updating Yearly

Integration of Final Draft

Barangay Council

Yearly, for update

Testing through exercise (Flood Drill)

Barangay Council

By Schedule

Printing / Reproduction and Dissemination of Final Draft

Barangay Council

Yearly

Annual Updating / Revision of Draft

Barangay Council

        Yearly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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