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EO 18 - Crisis Management Committee

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 18
Series of 2010
 
CREATING THE COTABATO CITY CRISIS MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

I, JAPAL J. GUIANI, JR., by virtue of the powers vested in my by law as Mayor of Cotabato City, do hereby order the organization of the Cotabato City Crisis Management Committee, as follows:

SECTION 1. Composition.

Chairman -          HON. JAPAL J. GUIANI, JR.
City Mayor
 
Vice Chairman -  CITY DIRECTOR
Cotabato City Police Office
 
Members -         REGIONAL CHIEF
Criminal Investigation & Detection Group
Philippine National Police
 
REGIONAL CHIEF
Crime Laboratory
Philippine National Police
 
REGIONAL DIRECTOR
National Bureau of Investigation
 
CITY PROSECUTOR
Cotabato City
 
THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR
 
PUBLIC ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
Cotabato City
 
COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Cotabato City Field Office
 

OFFICE OF CIVIL DEFENSE

CITY HEALTH OFFICER

CITY SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICER

CITY ENGINEER

CITY GENERAL SERVICES OFFICER

PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RED CROSS

CITY FIRE MARSHALL

COTABATO FIL-CHINESE FIRE VOLUNTEER

HEAD, PUBLIC INFORMATION DIVISION
Office of the City Mayor
 
ACTION OFFICER
Cotabato City Disaster Coordinating Council
 

SECTION 2. The Cotabato City Crisis Management Committee shall function according to a set of guidelines and protocols that will be established initially by the Committee and progressively refined through its ongoing experiences. The Committee will also develop, recommend and adopt a typology of crises/emergencies that will guide the decisions and structural involvement of all its members and functional units in any situation that arises.

 As part of its charge, one of the Committee's first tasks is to develop a set of operational policies and procedures. Proposed for inclusion are the following essential items:

1. Definition of role and responsibilities

2. Procedure for assessing the magnitude of a crisis

3. Communication tree

4. Procedure for upward communication/liaison

5. Procedures for communicating with external authorities and predetermined persons "in charge"

6. Procedures for communicating with internal constituents

7. Criteria for success

8. Termination of the Committee's response

9. Built-in assessments and reviews [drills, evaluations, expiration, update and renewal of policy and procedure statements, etc.

10. Budget proposal and justification for relevant material and fiscal resource needs.

SECTION 3. The Committee will reach a state of operational readiness after it develops an initial set of policies and procedures. It should then remain poised to respond. The parameters of its initial response should include the following duties and tasks:

1. Determining the extent or magnitude of an event. Activating an appropriate level of response.

2. Contacting Committee members.

3. Implementing the appropriate type and level of internal operational support.

4. Identifying the need for and level of external support.

5. Identifying and communicating the level of senior management that is required.

6. Defining the scope of a notification roster and developing an agenda for an initial communication meeting.

SECTION 4. The Committee shall ensure the effective response to any crisis as well as to provide necessary post-crisis assistance to those affected.

SECTION 5. In the event of a crisis, the Committee shall meet every six (6) hours to assess the situation and recommend to the City Mayor any alternative and/or contingent actions necessary.

SECTION 6. A Secretariat shall be organized to assist the Committee in the handling of its records, documents and correspondence. It shall be headed by the Secretary to the City Mayor.

SECTION 7. All other order, issuances and memoranda issued inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

SECTION 8. This Executive Order shall take effect immediately.

Done this 21st day of August 2010 at Cotabato City, Philippines.

 

JAPAL J. GUIANI, JR.
City Mayor
ATTESTED BY:
 
ANICETO V. RASALAN
Secretary to the City Mayor
 

Issuances

EO 196 - Institutionalizing the Organization and Activiation of an All-Ladies Emergency Response Team (ALERT)
EO 195 - Amending the Composition of GAD Focal Points System (GFPS) Pursuant to RA 9710, known as the Magna Carta on Women and PCW
EO 194 - Organizing the Expanded Ugnayan ng Mga Barangay at Simbayan Technical Working Group (UBAS-TWG)/MASA MASID
EO 193 - Re-constituting the Cotabato CitySold Waste Management Board
EO 192 - Creating the Adolescent Health Committee and Its Composition
EO 191 - Composition of the Planning Team for the Updating of the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)
EO 190 - Reorganizing the Cotabato City Joint Transport and Traffic Task Force (JTTTF)
EO 189 - Composition of Representatiives to Different Sectoral Committees of the Regional Development Council (RDC) XII
EO 188 - Reorganizing the Local Health Board of Cotabato City
EO 184 - Reorganizing and Strengthening the Cotabato City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (CADAC)
EO 183 - Reorganizing the Cotabato City Peace and Order Council
EO 182 - Organizing the Cotabato City Juvenile Justice Welfare Network (CJJWN)
EO 169 - Creating the Geographical Information System (GIS) Technical Working Committee
EO 168 - Reconstituting the Public Financial Management Assessment Team (PFMAT)
EO 167 - Organizing the Cotabato City Anti-Drug Abuse Council
EO 154 - Creating the Advocacy and Public Relations Center
EO 153 - An Order Rationalizing the Conduct of Council and Committee Meetings
EO 152 - Declaring Mr. Adam Breimo as Adopted Son of Cotabato City
EO 150 - Creating the Local Poverty Reduction Action Team (LPRAT 2017)
EO 143 - Creating the Technical Working Group (TWG) on Water and Climate Change Resiliency Programs

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