IPC ARF DiREx 2015

Report
(ARF DiREx 2015)
FTX DIVISION
by Col. Mohd Sakri Hj. Hussin
Disaster Management Division, National Security Council
INITIAL PLANNING CONFERENCE
ASEAN REGIONAL FORUM DISASTER RELIEF EXERCISES (ARF DiREx 2015)
Alor Setar, Kedah | 9-11 September 2014
TABLE OF CONTENTS
OBJECTIVES
OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK
OVERARCHING FRAMEWORK
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
SCOPE OF EXERCISE
AREA OF EXERCISE
FTX STRUCTURES
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OBJECTIVES OF FTX
• To enhance confidence and mutual understanding among ARF
participants in the context of multinational disaster relief operation in
the region.
• To conduct and apply life-saving methodologies in term of search
and rescue.
• To orchestrate activities and involvement of various multinational SAR
teams to improve their efficiency and effectiveness.
• To encourage all humanitarian entities to be part of an organized
coordination system in order to increase actual disaster response
capabilities for future missions.
• To improve civilian-led military-supported disaster response
operations and coordination at operational and tactical levels.
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OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK
• Organisational:
– States (affected, assisting & transit)
– Military Services
– Regional Organization(s)
– International Humanitarian
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UN Agencies, Funds, & Programs
International Organizations (IOs)
Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs)
Red Cross / Red Crescent Movement
– Civil Society (local-TBD)
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OVERARCHING
FRAMEWORK
Cluster
Approach,
IHR, etc.
Humanitarian
Community
Other
mechanisms
Affected
States
Mechanism
SASOP
ASEAN
Non
ASEAN
Donors
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Operational Framework
NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL
National Command
(Embassy)
Foreign Military
Forces
EMERGENCY OPERATION
CENTRE (EOC)
MNCC
Humanitarian
Community
UN Office, IHO Office
OCHA, AHA,
IFRC
CMOC
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GOVERNMENT
AGENCIES
SAR Team
HADR Team
RMP, FIRE AND RESCUE
DEPARTMENT, SMART, MCDD,
MOH, MMEA, MAF, NGO
OSCC
DISASTER AREA
OSOCC, ERAT,
HADR Team
Disaster Relief SOP Matrix
Inclusive (applicable
to all)
UN-specific
Humanitarian Community
Civil-Military
Military SOPs
Inter-governmental
Technical / Other Guidance
/ SOPs
Guidelines for the Facilitation and Regulation of International Disaster Relief and Initial Recovery Assistance (IFRC)
UN General Assembly
Resolution 46/182 of
19 Dec 1991
Sphere Handbook:
Minimum Standards in
Disaster Response
UN CMCoord Concept
DPKO Civ-Mil
Coordination Policy
ASEAN Agreement on
Disaster Management
& Emergency
Response
and ASEAN SASOP
International Search and
Rescue Response Manual
(INSARAG Guidelines)
Tampere Convention
Operational Guidance
on Designating
Sector/Cluster Leads in
Ongoing Emergencies
Use of Military or Armed
Escorts for Humanitarian
Convoys
MPAT Program
Multinational Force
SOPs
(MNF SOP)
ARF Statement on
Disaster Management
& Emergency
Response
Management of Dead
Bodies in Disaster Situations
(PAHO/WHO, undergoing
revision)
Code of Conduct for
Red Cross / Red
Crescent & NGOs
Suggested Guidance for
Implementing
InterAction’s Minimum
Operating Security
Standards
Use of Military & Civil
Defense Assets in Intl
Disaster Relief (Oslo
Guidelines)
NATO Handbook
ARF General
Guidelines on HADR
and
ARF Strategic
Guidelines for HADR
Management of Dead
bodies After Disasters: A
Field Manual for First
Responders (WHO/PAHO)
WHO-PAHO
Guidelines for the Use
of Foreign Field
Hospitals in the
Aftermath of SuddenImpact Disasters
Asia-Pacific Conference
on Military Assistance to
Disaster Relief Operations
(APC-MADRO)
IASC Operational Guidelines
on Human Rights and
Natural Disasters; IASC
Guidance Note on the
Cluster Approach
Charter On Cooperation To
Achieve The Coordinated
Use Of Space Facilities In The
Event Of Natural Or
Technological Disasters
UN in Iraq
(08 MAY 03)
Manual on Humanitarian
Negotiations with Armed
Groups
Civil-Military Relationship in
Complex Emergencies
(IASC Ref Paper)
DFID “How to Note”
on Country
Governance Analysis
UN in
Afghanistan
Operational Protection in
Camps and Settlements
Guidelines on
the Use of Military and
Civil Defence Assets To
Support United Nations
Humanitarian Activities in
Complex Emergencies
A Guide to the
International Mine
Action Standard
UN in Liberia
Guidelines for Relations
between US Armed Forces
and Nongovernmental
Humanitarian
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REFERENCES
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AADMER
Standard Operating Procedure for Regional Standby Arrangements and
Coordination of Joint Disaster Relief and Emergency Response Operation :
SASOP
Draft SASOP Chapter VI
Asia Pacific Regional Guidelines for the use of Foreign Military Assets in Natural
Disaster Response Operation : APC MADRO
ARF Strategic Guidelines for HADR
- ARF General Guidelines for DR Cooperation
- ARF Statement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response
Multi National Force Standing Operational Procedures : MNF SOP HADR
UN Disaster Assessment & Coordination Handbook
Incident Command Systems : ICS
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SCENARIO
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The
disaster
have
resulted
approximately 1.2 million internally
displaced
population
across
Malaysia.
6 hrs after the incidents, Malaysian
Govt.
requested
international
assistance through AHA
12 hrs after the incidents, ARF
confirmed
assistance
to
the
Malaysian National Focal Point
(NFP) together with the deployment
of ERAT and UNDAC
Within 72 hours after the incidents,
AMS and ARF participants lend
assistance by sending in experts,
equipment,
physicians,
and
engineer corp to the affected
areas.
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SCOPE OF EXERCISE
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EOC
Evacuation Centre
SAR
Medical
Chemical Decontamination
Logistics
Transportation
Engineer
Communication
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AREAS OF EXERCISE
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EOC
Collapsed Structures
Landslide
Road Traffic Accidents (HAZMAT)
Chemical Leakage (HAZMAT)
Flood Evacuation
Immediate relief aids
Evacuation Centre
Field Hospital
Maritime SAR
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EXERCISE VENUES
Site A - Chuping
Chemical Leakage
(HAZMAT)
And
RTA
Site B – Timah
Tasoh Resort
Flood Mass
Evacuation,
Field Hospital
Immediate Relief Aid
(UUM)
EOC
Communication
Logistic
Transport
All support
Site C - Timah
Tasoh Resort
Evacuation
Centre’
Site E - Langkawi
Maritime SAR
Site D – Timah
Tasoh
Collapse Structures
and
Landslide
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EXERCISE AREA Site A
CHEMICAL LEAKAGE (HAZMAT)
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EXERCISE AREA Site A
CHEMICAL LEAKAGE AND MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT (HAZMAT)
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EXERCISE AREA Site B
Flood Mass Evacuation,
Field Hospital
Air SAR
Immediate Relief Aid
FLOOD MASS EVACUATION, FIELD HOSPITAL, AIR SAR, IMMEDIATE RELIEF AID
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EXERCISE AREA Site C
EVACUATION CENTRE
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EXERCISE AREA Site D
TOTAL PROPOSED WIDTH = 185 FEET
DETECTION
BREAKING /
LIFTING
SHORING
TUNNELING
LANDSLIDE AND COLLAPSE STRUCTURES
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EXERCISE AREA Site E
LANGKAWI ISLANDS
KUAH
World
Resort
MARITIME SAR
Position of ship on fire
Position of stranded
personnel
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MARITIME ACTIVITIES
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EXERCISE AREA Site E
Area
A
Position of MV
Orient Star
06°14.45 N
99° 45.48 E
Beras Basah
Island
Dayang Bunting
Island
Area
A2
Singa Besar Island
MARITIME ACTIVITIES
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FIELD TRAINING EXERCISE
(FTX)
6 hrs
•First Response, SAR from each areas, Disaster Medical
service, Assessment
•Evacuate people from effected areas, SAR Operation,
medical service, field engineer, communication,
12 hrs
transportation, decontamination
•ASEAN and ARF dispatched assessment/relief teams to the
24 - 48
affected areas
hrs
4th day
•Full scale assistance and recovery
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ARF DiREx 2015
FTX WORKING GROUP STRUCTURE
Executive Committee
Log
Support
Div
Planning &
Coordinating
Div
AAR
Div
FTX Div
Log
SAR
Comm
Med
TTX
Div
Admin&
Finance
Logistic
Support
Protocol / PR
/Security/Legal
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Exercise Conduct – FTX
• The FTX will demonstrate search and rescue
capabilities that integrate medical, engineering and
chemical response elements, and test the Incident
Command Structure (ICS) in order:
To show ARF integrated SAR capabilities and
identify any gaps and challenges in the ICS that
require strengthening and/or remedial action.
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FTX WORKING GROUP
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SAR – Maritime, Flood, Landslides, etc
Medical – Field Hospital, First Aid, etc
Logistics
Integrated and coordinated
communication system
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Q & A SESSION
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