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CHAPTER 07 STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES



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CHAPTER 07
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES

Emergency Support functions (ESFs) are intended to help the Incident Commander, Amritsar District at the time of emergency for restoring normal life. The ESF is an organized system of District level departments and agencies, which are to be worked under a structured pattern for response and recovery in accordance with the National Disaster Management Guidelines.


The Standard Operating Procedure (SOPs) for ESFs explains about the operations and responsibilities of the leading and supporting agencies that are to be involved in the ESF system. The document also outlines the purpose and scope for each function of operation that is to be followed by the respective ESF agencies when the Incident Commander activates the response plan during the emergency period.
The head of each primary department who is the Team Leader of each ESF and the nodal officers of the supporting agencies are responsible to be prepared for potential hazards that might impact the district severely. These departments/agencies have clearly identified roles and functions in accordance with the National Response Plan (NRP). They have been grouped in as ESFs as per their nature and type of assistance they can provide. When the team leaders of these ESFs are located in the EOC, they would function for the overall district response.
7.1 SOP FOR EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS
The major functions of the incident command system are summarized as follows. Nevertheless, they are to be released in cooperation of all the ESFs and participating agencies in disaster management. The Incident commander is given with full control and command over the entire teams in district level.

7.1.1.

EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION (ESF)


NODAL AGENCY

SUPPORTING AGENCIES

SCOPE

ESF 1

COORDINATION



Deputy Commissioner & Additional District Magistrate

Police, Municipal cooperation, PWD, Health Department, Electricity Bard, Fire Service, Public Relation Officer and any other relevant departments requiredduring emergency.

  • Coordination among all the ESFs.

  • Incident Commander-has overall responsibility at the incident. Determines objectives and Establishes priorities based on the nature of the incident, available resources and agency police.

ACTION AREAS/RESPONSIBILITIES

SOPs FOR NODAL AGENCY

  • Operations- Develops tactical organization and directs all resources to carry out the Incident Action Plan.

  • Incident commander (IC) will call nodal officer of each ESF on the status of disaster.

  • IC will coordinate, direct and integrate ESF and quick response team (QRT) for effective response to disaster.

  • Planning- Develops the Incident Action Plan to accomplish the objectives, collect and evaluates information, and maintains status of assigned resources.

  • IC will coordinate, provide situation/progress reports on the action taken by the ESF too respective state and national level response to provide medical health, relief material, personnel and equipment and expert assistance.

  • Consult experts for effective response.
  • Conduct brainstorming of consultants/experts officials to resolve complicated issues formed in field like evacuation of people from incident area.


  • Logistic- Provide resources and all other services needed to support the organization.

  • Finance/Administration- Monitors costs related to the incident, provides accounting, procurement, time recording, cost analysis, and overall fiscal guidance.


SOP’s FOR INCIDENT COMMANDER ON CO-ORDINATION
All supporting Nodal Officers of emergency support Functions will provide updates of the field situation to incident Commander:-

  • All ESF’s will supervise and direct the QRTs on respective movement for disaster management.

  • Nodal Officer will provide data on damage assessment in coordination with relevant departments on the

    • Number of lives lost

    • Number of people affected

    • Number of houses, hospitals, schools and other public buildings damages (category wise)

    • Area wise loss of electricity and water supply has happened etc.



NODAL OFFICER

Name

Designation

Phones with STd code

Name

Designation

Phone with STD code

Kahan singh Pannu, I.A.S

Deputy Commissioner




Singh, P.C.S.

ADC (D)




Kharbanda, I.A.S.

Commissioner M.C.




Kulwant Singh, P.C.S.

Add. Comm. M.C.




Paramjit Singh, P.C.S.

ADC (G)




Mukhtiar Singh Harpreet Singh

V.K. Setia Reader NT




ALTERNATE NODAL OFFICER
















Subash Chander, P.C.S







V.K. Setia PCS

SDM Ajnala




Monish Kumar, P.C.S.







Nirmal singh PRS

Tehsildar, Ajnala




Bhupinder Singh, P.C.S.







Jagmohan singh

Naib Tehsildar, Ajnala




Gian Singh Bal, P.C.S.







Major Singh

Naib Tehsildar, Ajnala





S.P. Garg, P.R.S.







Deewan Singh

Naib Tehsildar, Ajnala




Manpreet Singh, P.C.S.







Rajinder Pal singh, P.C.S.

SDM-Baba Bakala




Gurwaryam singh, P.C.S.







Hansa singh

Tehsildar, Baba Bakala




Kawaljit Singh, P.R.S.







Parampreet singh Goraya

Naib Tehsildar, Baba Bakala




Maninder Singh







Tarsem singh

Naib Tehsildar, Tarsika




Bakshish Singh







Parkash Singh Mahal

Naib Tehsildar, Khadoor Sahib


Rajesh sharma, P.R.S.








Balwinder Singh

Naib Tehsildar, Goindwal Sahib




Joginder Pal Salwan

Naib Tehsildar II




Surinder singh XEN Dainage

Flood Control Room



List of Government Officers Telephone Number and Mobile Number




Sr. No.

Designation of the Officers

Name of the Officers

Mobile No.

Office No.

Reader Mobile No.

1

Commissioner of Police

Sh. Parampal Singh

97811-30101







2

I.G.P/Border

Sh. I.P.S. Sahota

98140-48900

98140-49908









3

DIG/ Border Range


Sh. Ram Singh IPS

98159-75100







4

D.C.P., Amritsar City

Sh. Amar Singh Chahal PPS

98767-00251







5

A/DCP City-I

Mrs. Dhanpreet Kaur IPS

97811-10931







6

A/ DCP/ Hq.

Sh. Harinderjit Singh PPS

97811-30102

81460-73333









7

A/DCP/City-II

Sh. Makhan Singh, PPS

98729-00015

97811-30104









8

A/DCP/Crime

Sh. Shamsher Jang Bahadur, PPS

98723-00067

97811-30105







9

A/DCP/Traffic

Sh. Satpal Joshi

97801-00060

97813-30103









10

A/DCP/Special

Sh. Baljit Singh Randhawa

97811-30103







11

ACP Central

Sh. Inderbir Singh, IPS

97799-01498

97811-30106









12

ACP/East

Sh. Rahul.S, IPS

97811-30113

80546-47484









13

ACP/South

Sh. Rajbir Singh, PPS

98727-40316

97811-30107









14

ACP/North

Sh. Kirpal Singh, PPS


98554-35751

97811-30112









15

ACP/West

Sh. Kuljit Singh, PPS

97811-30109

99157-16013









16

ACP/Crime

Sh. Manminder Singh, PPS

98762-00662

97811-30110









17

ACP/Special

Sh. Avtar Singh, PPS

97811-30114







18

D.A. Legal

Sh. Surjit Singh Thind

93561-33040







19

A.O.

Sh. Gurdeep Singh

95929-14199





20

SP/Jail Amritsar DSP/ Jail Patti

Sh. G.S. Sidhu

Sh. R.K. Sharma



98760-05901

98760-05933










7.1.2

ESF 2

COMMUNICATION



Senior Superintendent of Police

NIC, EXISTING WIRELESS OPERATOR (POLICE, FIRE, REVENUE), Government and Private Telecommunication, Radio Operator Clubs, Doordarshan, Media, NGO’s, BSNL, Mobile Phone Operators

  • Should ensure the smooth flow of information

  • For establishing, using, maintaining, augmenting, and providing backup for all of the type of communications devices needed during emergency response operations.



Situation Assumptions

1. There would be a congestion in the network because of increased calls to control rooms due to panic created in the community.

2. The initial reports on damage may not give a clear picture of the extent of damage to communication network.

3. The affected site may cut off from the state control rooms and the officials on site and find difficulty in communicating to the District/State EOC.



4. Police wireless network will only be the reliable communication network till the other communication networks are fully restored.

ACTION AREAS/RESPONSIBILITY


INITIAL ACTION


  • Prepare and implement incident wireless communication plan

  • Ensure that incident communication center and message center are established.

  • Establish appropriate communication distribution/maintenance locations within base/ camps

  • Ensure equipment accountability system is established

  • Ensure personal potable wireless sets cache is distributed as for incident wireless communication plan


Provide technical information required

    1. adequacy of communication system currently in operation

    2. Geographic limitation on communication system

    3. Equipment capabilities/limitations

    4. Number and types of equipment available

    5. Anticipated problems is the use of communication equipments




  • Ensure equipments are tested and repaired

  • Recover equipments from released units

  • Responsible to receive and transmit wireless and telephone messages among to between personnel to provide dispatch services at the incident

  • Set up message center location as required

  • Receive and transmit messages within and external to incident

  • Maintain files of general messages.

  • Maintain a record of unusual incident occurrences.



SOPs for Nodal Agency:


  • Team leader (TL) of Communication ESF will activate the ESF on receiving the intimation of occurrence of the disaster from the District EOC.

  • TL would inform Nodal Officers (NOs) of support agencies about the event and ESF activation.

  • TL would establish contact with the district EOC for First Information Report
  • TL requests for reports from local ESF contact persons (this would be the local office of ESF Nodal Agency) to understand the current situation and action taken Based on information given by the supporting agencies, TL decides on the need to launch an assessment mission to estimate the extent of damage to telecom services and network as well as to come up with possible arrangements to establishing reliable and appropriate network.


  • TL communicates situation to supporting agencies and also requests to provide details on the status of equipment and infrastructure in the affected area(s).

  • TL informs the Incident Commander on the status of telecom services.

  • TL works out a plan of action for private telecom companies and convenes a meeting of all ESF members to discuss and finalize the modalities.

  • TL issues orders to establish systems and reports to District EOCs on the action taken. New phone numbers and details of contact persons would also be communicated. If required mobile exchanges would be deployed.(need explanation---mobile exchanges)

  • TL gets the temporary telephone facilities established for the public. Prior information on this would be announced through media

  • HAM radio operators would be informed about the current requirements and coordination mechanisms shared.

  • TL monitors the situation and arranges emergency staff required to operate established systems.

  • TL sends the District Quick Response team at the affected site with the required equipments and other resources.



SOPs for Quick Response Team on Communication


  • The QRT (Quick Response Team) members will reach to the nodal office as soon as they will get instructions from the TL.

  • Once the QRTs receive any intimation from the nodal officer to reach at the site they would rush to the site.

  • At the emergency site QRT members will take stock of the situation from the IC and would also know about their counter parts.

  • QRTs would assess the ground situation and would send sectoral report to the District ESF agency.




  • A sectoral report would contain following:

• An assessment of overall damage, listing specifically:

• Overhead route damage (in miles/kilometers).

• Cable damage (in yards/meters).

• Specific equipment damaged.


• Establish a temporary communication facility for use by the public


  • Identify requirements of manpower, vehicles and other materials and equipments Give priority and concentrate on repairs and normalization of communication system at disaster-affected areas.

  • Begin restoration by removing and salvaging wires and poles from the roadways with the help of casual laborers.

  • Carry out temporary building repairs to establish a secured storage area for the s equipments and salvaged materials.

  • Report all activities to head office

  • Begin restoration by removing and salvaging wires and poles from the roadways through recruited casual laborers.

  • Establish a secure storage area for incoming equipments and salvaged materials.



NODAL OFFICER

Name

Designation

Phone with STD code

Name

Designation

Phone with STD code

P.K. Rai, I.P.S., Amritsar

Sen. Superintendent of Police




Vibhuraj, I.P.S. majitha

Sen. Superintendent of Police




SUPPORTING OFFICERS

Name

Designation

Phone with STD code


Name

Designation

Phone with STD code


ESF 3

EVACUATION

SEARCH AND RESCUE

Municipal Cooperation, P.W.D. (B & R) Civil defense and homeguard, police, fire Brigade, Education Department

Civil Defense, ire Services, police, Health Department, Army, NCC, NSS, Red Cross volunteers, etc.

  • Identification of evacuation and

  • Alternative routes and coordinating search and

  • Rescue during field operation

  • Army assured the full cooperation as earthmoving equipment and medical were concerned

ROLE OF ARMY

  • Search and rescue operations

  • Evacuation

  • Traffic management and security of properties

  • Medical Aid

PWD

  • Search and rescue operations

  • Provide temporary shelters

  • Construction materials

  • Restoration of infrastructure


7.1.3 ESF 3 EVACUATION

Situation Assumptions

Local community task forces will initiate search and rescue at residential level

Volunteers and QRT will require coordination

Access to affected area will be limited

Some site may be accessible only through air route

• Most of the buildings would be damaged and would not remain safe for citizens.

• Many structures would be damaged and there would be an urgent need to evacuate.


SOPs for Nodal Agency:


  • Team leader (TL) of Evacuation ESF would activate the ESF on receiving the warning of the disaster from District EOC.

  • TL would inform Nodal Officers (NOs) of supporting agencies about the event and ESF activation.

  • TL will direct the QRTs to be deployed at the affected site.

  • TL will gather information on availability of predefined evacuation routes.

  • Where the predefined evacuation routes are not available, the nodal officer would coordinate through District EOC with other ESFs nodal officers and the support agencies about clearing of routes and identifying alternate routes.


SOPs for Quick Response Team on evacuation
o The QRT members will reach the nodal office as soon as they get instructions to do so from the TL.

o Once the quick response teams receive an order from the nodal officer for reaching the site they would rush to the site.

o On reaching at the site the QRT members will take stock of the situation from the Incident Management Team at the site and their counter parts.

o The quick response teams with the help of local task forces will start evacuating peoples to safe shelters or open areas.

o The QRT members should concentrate more on evacuation in areas that have been worst affected by the disasters.

o Reporting about all the activities to head office.



ESF 3 Search and Rescue
Background: Search and Rescue operations are one of the primary activities taken up in a post disaster situation. The promptness in these operations can make a remarkable difference in the amount of loss of life and property.

Situation Assumptions

• Local community task forces will initiate search and rescue at residential level

• Spontaneous volunteers will require coordination

• Access to affected areas will be limited.

• Some sites may be accessible only through air routes only


SOPs for Nodal Agency

• IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and get the ESF activated.

• TL of primary agency will call nodal officers of supporting agencies.

• TL would activate the District Quick Response Team.

• Quick Assessment of the S& R operations through Aerial surveys

• Assessments of the specific skill sets and the other equipments required.

• Using IDRN network to check and map the availability of resources in and round the disaster site.
SOP for Quick Response Team on Search & Rescue
Assessment of damage (locations, number. of structures damaged, severity of damage)

The QRTs will be deployed at the affected site.

Enlisting the types of equipment required for conducting the S&R

QRTs will report the situation and the progress in response activities to the respective EOCs.


PHONE NUMBERS OF FIRE BRIGADE OFFICERS/ WORKERS IN DISTRICT AMRITSAR


SR. NO.

NAME

DESIGNATION

PHONE NUMBERS

1

Sh. Gurveer Singh

A.D.F.O

9216157810

2

Sh. K.K. Rana

S.F.O

9216157811, 9417357386, 5060711

3

Sh. Madan Lal

S.F.O


9216157812

4

Sh. Tarlochan Singh

S.F.O

9216157813, 9417108360, 2506676

5

Sh. Shamaun Gill

S.F.O

9216157814

6

S. Anup Singh

S.F.O

9216157816

7

S. Lovepreet Singh

S.F.O

9216157817, 9216157818

8

Sh. Rishu Bhatti

Sewadar

9216157819, 9216157818

9

S. Ajaib Singh

D.O.

9216157820, 9216157824

10

S. Swaran Singh

Chief Fireman

9216157822

11

Sh. Varinder Kumar

Fireman

9216157824, 9216157825


12

S. Joginder Singh

Chief Fireman

9216157826, 9216157828

13

Sh. Ashok Kumar

D.O.

9216157827

14

S. Avtar Singh

Fireman

9216157829

15

Sh. Deepak Sharma

D.O.

9216157830

16

S. Nishaan Singh

Fireman

9216157831

17

S. Amreek Singh

Chief Fireman

9216157832

18

S. Dilbaag Singh

Fireman

9216157833

19

S. Sawinderpal Singh

Chief Fireman

9216157836

20

S. Jaspal Singh


S.F.O

9216157837

21

S. Harwinder Singh

Fireman

9216157838

22

Sadeek Masih

S.F.O

9876026172

23

Sh. Raj Anthony

S.F.O

9815842173

24

Sh. Anil Luthra

S.F.O

9888342818

25

Sh. Janak Raj

S.F.O

9888287848

26

Sh. Sarfraz

S.F.O

9417336459

27

Sh. Vinod Kumar

S.F.O

0183-2402528

28

Sh. Surinder Singh

S.F.O

9815882847

29


Sh. Sukhwant Singh

Driver Operator

9417319259

30

Sh. Satpal Sharma

Chief Fireman

0183-5545270

31

Sh. Satish Kumar

S.F.O

9316938621

32

Sh. Ravinder Kumar

Fireman

9417394387

33

Sh. Krishan Kumar

Fireman

9417393713



7.1.4 ESF 4: Law and Order


ESF 4

LAW AND ORDER

S.S.P., Police Department (Police and Traffic Police)

Civil Defense, Home Guard, Military, BSF, Paramilitary forces

  • Maintain law and order

  • Protects the property valuable commodities

  • Control crowd

  • Avoid riots situations

  • Wireless communication should be in good working condition



Situation Assumptions

• There would be panic and people will gather at a place.

• The crowds may go out of control.

• Riots may also take place.



SOPs for Nodal Agency

• IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and get the ESF activated.

• TL of primary agency will call nodal officers of supporting agencies.

• TL would activate the District Quick Response Team.

• The QRTs will be deployed at the affected site.

• Cordoning of area to restrict movement of onlookers, vehicular and pedestrian traffic should be done.

• Any additional requirements at site to be taken care of.
SOP for Quick Response Team on Law and order

• Quick assessment of law and order situation in affected areas

• Support and coordinate with Local Administration

• Prepare updates on the law and order situation every 4-6 hours and brief the authorities

• Controlling situations like rioting and looting, and cordon off sensitive areas

• QRTs will guide property and valuables in affected areas.

• Control and monitor traffic movement.

• QRTs will provide diversion of traffic on alternate routes as and when it is necessary.

• The QRTs will also provide information about traffic flow along various corridors, especially heavy traffic or congested roads.

• QRTs will communicate to police control rooms, details on the field activities including deployment and reinforcement of staff and resources and communicate nature of additional requirements.


7.1.5 ESF 5 Medical Response and Trauma Counseling

ESF5 EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONSE AND TRAUMA COUNCELLING


Civil surgeon, Department of Health

Dispensaries, Mobile dispensaries, Hospitals, Ambulance Service, Blood Bank, Red Cross, NSS, NCC, Rotary club, Lions Club, IMA., Medicine Stockiest, NGOs

  • look after emergency treatment for the injured people immediate after the disaster take place


Situation Assumptions

• Emergency Medical services will be required by affected population

• Likely outbreaks of epidemic diseases after the disaster.

• Hospital services would be affected



ACTION AREA/RESPOSIBILITIES

INITIAL ACTIONS

  • Development of Medical response plan

  • Respond to requests for medical side and transportation for injured and ill.

  • Ensure adequate number of medical professional to reach at site.

  • Ensure setting up of temporary information centers at hospitals.


Amitsar

  • Dhab Wasti Ram Amritsar Contact: 0183-2544440

  • Guru Ram Das Hospital
    Near Chattiwind Gate, Amritsar
    Contact: 0183-2553667, 2553668

  • Kakkar Hospital
    Green Avenue, Amritsar
    Contact: 0183-2210964, 2562018

ESTABLISHMENT OF TRIAGE STATION


  • Mass casualty situation will require establishment of field hospitals to take care for the injured and to identify stabilize and transport more serious cases to the hospitals.
  • Codes should be used to recognize serious and stable cases such as red critical yellow stable and green wounded.


  • Treatment should be provided according to the casualty victim.

  • Medical coordinators should propose rehabilitation centers as per the type of casualities.


MEDICAL SUPPORT FOR RESPONSE PERSONNEL

  • Properly equipped medical personnel and ambulances should be made available to check and treat injured personnel.


MEDICAL SUPPORT AT TEMPORARY SHELTERS

  • A team will take care of people who become ill during evacuation or later.

  • Special facility to be given for care of handicapped and elderly.

SOPs for Nodal Agency

• IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and get the ESF activated.

• Team leader (TL) of primary agency will call nodal officers of supporting agencies.

• In coordination with the transportation ESF, it will ensure a critical number of medical professionals to be reached at the site including specialists from other Districts.

• If temporary housing arrangements are being made for the affected population, the ESF must ensure high standards of sanitation in settlements in order to reduce epidemic outbreak.

• Ensuring the provision and continuous supply of medical facilities (medicines, equipments, ambulances, doctors and manpower etc) required at the disaster affected site and the hospital health centers catering to disaster victims.

• In case of orthopedic care required in disasters like earthquakes the immediate response would have to be complimented by a follow up treatment schedule for a majority of the patients in/ near their place of residence.

• Trained professionals should be mobilized by psychosocial support.

• Ensuring setting up of temporary information centers at hospitals with the help of ESF through help lines and warning dissemination system.

• TL will coordinate, direct, and integrate state level response to provide medical and sanitation health assistances.

• On the recommendations of the EOC, the TL also responsible to :

• Send required medicines, vaccines, drugs, plasters, syringes, etc.

• Arrange for additional blood supply. Send additional medical personnel equipped with food, bedding and tents etc.

• Send vehicles and any additional medical equipment.



SOP for Quick Response Team (QRT) on Medical Response and Trauma Counseling
o QRTs will provide situation and progress report s on the action taken by the team to the respective EOCs

o QRT’s will assess type of injuries, number of people affected and possible medical assistance needs

o QRTs will ensure timely response to the needs of the affected victims such as:

• Establishing health facility and treatment centers at disaster sites.

• Providing medical services as reported by the District Civil Surgeon with District EOC and State EOCs.

• Procedures should be clarified in between

• Peripheral hospitals

• Private hospitals

• Blood banks

• General hospitals and

• Health services established at transit camps, relief camps and affected villages.

• QRTs should maintain check posts and surveillance at each railway junction, ST depots and all entry and exit points from the affected area, especially during the threat or existence of an epidemic.


7.1.6 ESF 6 Water Supply


ESF6

WATER SUPPLY

SE, Municipal corporation

Irrigation, Railways, NGOs and Fire Control

  • Water supply will ensure provision of basic quantity of clean drinking water
  • water for other purposes in a manner that does not allow the spread of diseases through the contamination of water.



Situation Assumptions:

• Existing water storage bodies will be damaged and unusable.

• There would be an urgent need of water to assist victims in rescue operation.

• Break down of sanitation system.

• Contamination of water due to outflow from sewers or due to breakage of water pipelines.

ACTION AREAS/RESPONSIBILITIES

INITIAL ACTION


  • water at temporary shelters

  • ensure restoration of potable water as per standards

  • Plan for emergency accommodation of water supply in or near temporary shelters.

  • Ensure cleanliness of sanitation facilities, relief shelters etc.


SOPs for Nodal Agency

• Team leader (TL) of ESF on Water Supply will activate the ESF on receiving the intimation of the disaster from District EOC.

• TL would inform Nodal Officers (NOs) of support agencies about the event and ESF activation.

• TL will ensure special care for women with infants and pregnant women.

• Provide for sending additional support along with food, bedding, tents

• Send vehicles and any additional tools and equipments needed.


SOP for Quick Response Team (QRT) on Water Supply

• QRTs will ensure that supply of drinking water is made available at the affected site and relief camps

• QRT’s will ensure the temporary sewerage lines and drainage lines are kept separate.

• QRTs will report the situation and the progress on action taken by the team to the EOC.

• QRTs will intimate their TL of the additional resources needed.

• Carry out emergency repairs of all damages to water supply systems.

• Assist health authorities to identify appropriate sources of potable water.

• Identify unacceptable water sources and take necessary precautions to ensure that no water is accessed from such sources, either by sealing such arrangements or by posting the department guards.

• Arrange for alternate water supply and storage in all transit camps, feeding centers, relief camps, cattle camps, and also the affected areas, till normal water supply is restored.

• Ensure that potable water supply is restored as per the standards and procedures laid down in “Standards for Potable Water”.

• Plan for emergency accommodations for staff from outside the area

• QRTs will ensure timely response to the needs of the affected victims.

• QRTs will set up temporary sanitation facilities at the relief camps.

7.1.7 ESF 7 Relief (Food and Shelter)


ESF7 FOOD AND SHELTER

Department of Food and Civil Supplies, PUDA, Improvement trust (Punjab Urban Development Authority)

Department of Revenue, Indian Red Cross, NGOs, Department of Relief, FCI,DEO School, NCC,NSS, Water supply, PUNSUP, MARKFED, PWD, Housing Board, Builder Association, Association of structural engineers and architects, Private Contractors.


  • Should ensure coordination of activities involving with the emergency provisions of temporary shelters, emergency mass feeding and bulk distribution of relief supplies to the disaster victims

  • Need of disbursing relief materials

  • Arrange food, fuel in the form of Kerosene, diesel etc and tarpaulins.

  • Meet the physical needs of individuals, families and communities for safe, secure and comfortable living.



Situation Assumptions

• Probability of shortage of a critical resources

• Immediate assistance to the community at the time of resource shortage particularly when affected area is larger.

ACTION AREAS/ RESPONSIBILITIES

INITIAL ACTION


  • Responsible for supply needs for the entire incident including camps, staging areas.

  • Determine food and water requirement.

  • Determine method of feeding to best fit each facility or situation.

  • Obtain necessary equipments and supplies and establish working facilities.
  • Order sufficient food and potable water from the supply unit.


  • Maintain an inventory of food and potable water.

  • Maintain food service areas and ensure that all appropriate health and safety measures are being followed

  • Supply unit Leader

  • Primarily responsible for ordering personnel, equipment and supplies receiving and storing all supplies for the incident maintaining an inventory of supplies servicing non expendable supplies to equipment.

  • Determine, receive, distribute and store supplies and equipment.

  • Receive and respond to requests for personnel, supplies and equipment.

  • Maintain inventory of supplies and equipment.



Sr. No.

Name of the Department/ Officers

Address

Phone No.

1.

PUDA/ADA Bhawan

Housing Board Colony, Green Avenue.

0183-2508989
0183-2501339
0183-2503276

2.

District Food & Supply Controller

Controller, Rani Ka Bagh, G T Road

0183 2564966

3.

Punjab Food Inspector Cadre Association


31, Krishna Square

09888080486


SOPs for nodal agency

• TL will activate the ESF on receiving the information of the disaster from District EOC

• TL would inform Nodal Officers (NOs) of support agencies about the event and ESF activation.

• TL will coordinate with all state and district level suppliers as identified with under IDRN.

• TL with coordinate with other ESFs related to transportation, debris and road clearance to ensure quality supply chain management of relief materials.

• Ensuring composite relief with availability of complimentary relief material.



SOP for Quick Response Team (QRT) on Relief

• QRTs will report to site of the relief camps

• QRTs will be responsible to management and distribute relief items to the affected victims

• QRT’s will be responsible for reporting the progress on action taken by the team to the EOC

• QRTs will provide information to their TL about the need of additional resources.

• Clearing of the areas to establish relief camps

• Setting up relief camps and tents using innovative methods that can save time

• Assist local authorities to set up important telecom and other service related facilities

• Initiate, direct and market procurement of food available from different inventories and ensuring food supplies to the affected population

• Preparing take-home food packets for the families

• Ensuring distribution of relief material to the all the people including vulnerable groups of the target area such as women with infants, pregnant women, children, aged people and handicapped.

• Ensuring support to Local Administration

• Locating adequate relief camps based on damage survey

• Develop alternative arrangements for population living in structures that might be affected even after the disaster

7.1.8 ESF 8 Equipment Support, Debris and Road Clearance


ESF8 EQUIPMENT SUPPORT, DEBRIS AND ROAD CLEARANCE

Municipal Corporation

PWD, Civil Defence, Private Contractors, Industries

  • The identification, removal, and disposal of rubble, wreckage.

  • Other material which block or hamper the performance of emergency response functions

  • Procure needed equipments from Support agencies

  • ESF originates from the fact that most large scale hazards like earthquake, cyclone and floods primarily will affect the building structures, trees, poles etc.


Situation Assumptions

• Access to disaster-affected area would depend upon the re-establishment of ground and water routes.

• Early damage assessment may be incomplete, inaccurate and general. A rapid assessment may be required to determine response time.

• Engineers and masons may be required in large scale for the inspection of present buildings



ACTION AREAS/ RESPONSIBILITIES

INITIAL ACTION

  • Damage assessment including locations, number of structures damaged and severity of damage.

  • The QRTs will be deployed as compiled from IDRN resource inventory for conducting the debris clearance.

  • The QRTs will report the situation and the progress in response activities ro the representative EOCs.
  • Undertake construction of temporary roads to serve as access to temporary transit and relief camps, and medical facilities for disaster victims.


  • Repairing of all paved and unpaved road surfaces including edge metalling, pothole patching and any failure of surface, foundations in the affected areas by maintenance engineer’s staff and keep monitoring their conditions.


SOPs for Nodal Agency:

• Team leader (TL) will activate the ESF on receiving the information of the disaster from District EOC.

• TL would inform Nodal Officers (NOs) of support agencies about the event and ESF activation.

• TL will coordinate with the supporting agency to mobilize equipments from the ware houses through IDRN database

• The respective supporting agencies will contact their respective personal to move the equipments to central warehouse

• The equipments like JCB, concrete cutters identified as per the need will be transported to the site.

• As per the information the nodal officer of Debris road clearance will make an assessment on of the damages of roads and built structures at the site and surrounding areas

• The nodal officers of Supporting Agencies will immediately start debris clearance operation to enable movement to the affected site.

• Review of the current situation is taken up by the nodal agency to update the support agencies and to delegate their respective personnel to take precautionary measure to plan de-routes for the transportation ESF’s to be operational

• All supporting agencies will inspect the road and rail network and structures within the disaster site and surrounding.

• TL will also ensure proper corpse disposal and post mortem by coordinating with ESF on medical response.

SOP FOR QUICK RESPONSE TEAM ON EQUIPMENT SUPPORT, DEBRIS AND ROAD CLEARANCE


  • Damage assessment including locations, number of structures damaged and severity of damage
  • The QRTs will be deployed at the affected site.


  • Enlisting the types of equipment as compiled from IDRN resource inventory required for conducting the debris clearance

  • The QRTs will report the situation and the progress in response activities to the respective EOCs.

  • Undertake construction of temporary roads to serve as access to temporary transit and relief camps, and medical facilities for disaster victims.

  • Repairing of all paved and unpaved road surfaces including edge metalling, pothole patching and any failure of surface, foundations in the affected areas by maintenance engineer's staff and keep monitoring their conditions.



7.1.9 ESF 9 Help Lines, Warning Dissemination


ESF-9 HELP LINES, WARNING DISSEMINATION

Department of Revenue

NIC/NGO Reps

  • process and circulate information about the welfare of citizens of affected area and managing the tremendous flow of information.

  • The help lines will be responsible for providing, directing and coordinating logistical operations


Situation Assumptions

• There may be a flood of information and confusion about the injured population.

• The communication with affected area may be partially impaired.
SOPs for Nodal Agency:

• IC will call the TL of Primary Agency and get the ESF activated.

• TL of primary agency will call nodal officers of supporting agencies.

• TL would activate the District Quick response Team.

• The QRTs will be deployed at the affected site.

• QRTs will report the situation and the progress in response activities to the respective EOCs.

• Sending flash news of latest updates/donation requirements for disaster area all over the state

• Assisting the EOC in providing updated information to national as well as at the District level.

• Setting up of toll free numbers for emergency information assistance.


SOP for Quick Response Team on Help Lines, Warning Dissemination
o The QRT members will reach to the nodal office as soon as they will get instructions.

o QRT teams would reach to the site immediately after receiving instructions from the nodal officer

o On the site QRT members will take stock of the situation from the IC at the site and their counter parts.

o The QRTs will coordinate, collect, process, report and display essential elements of information and facilitate support for planning efforts in response operations.


7.1.10 ESF 10 Electricity


ESF-10 ELECTRICITY

State Eletcricity Board, SE (Municipal Corporation) and SE (Public Health)

Sources of Private Generators Operators, DFSC for the supply of fuel

  • facilitate restoration of electricity distribution systems


Situation assumptions
• Prolonged electricity failure.

• The affected victims may be panicked

• Halt of all activities specially jamming communication-networking systems in the affected site.
ACTION AREA/ RESPONSIBILITIES

INITIAL ACTION


  • Electric fitting of the affected areas may get damaged and may need to be repaired.

  • There may be a requirement of temporary lightening arrangements and provisioning of back up power during emergency.

  • Carry out task of repairing all damages to water supply system.




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