This part is important since everything that is included in here must be able to be implemented during the Response.

This part should be as detailed as possible since everything will go back to being prepared. The community becomes more vulnerable to disasters if the preparations are not enough

Supplies and Equipment:



Battery-operated radio and batteries Whistle: Whistle is a cheap yet effective way for survival. It allows you to get the attention of anyone and signals that you are in danger. It is important that everyone carries a survival whistle.

Personal supplies

Examples: Set of clothes that are enough for three days Shoes, slippers, boots Blankets, sleeping bags

Emergency Hotlines:

Bureau of Fire Protection - (02) 426-0219, (02) 426-3812, (02)426-0246 Red Cross - 143, (02) 527-0000, (02) 527-8385 to 95 Philippine National Police - 117, 722-0650, 0917-847-5757 National Emergency Hotline - 911

Evacuation Plan

The Evacuation Plan Chart

(Example of a flood wall in Austria)

Mandatory Evacuation

Mandatory evacuation is a situation where the national officials encourage immediate evacuation from the affected areas during emergencies or disasters.

Mandatory Evacuation includes: Floods Toxic gas release Wildfire

informing the Public about the Evacuatin Plan

A copy of the Evacuation plan is displayed on the walls of every room in the hospital. It is located on the wall beside the doors. During an emergency, a mandatory evacuation will be announced through the speaker that can be heard from the whole hospital.