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  1. School Preparedness Plan Name of school : Number of registration : Name of principal : 2. A. RISK MAPPING/IDENTIFICATION FORM This form is used to help you design safe…
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  • 1. School Preparedness Plan Name of school : Number of registration : Name of principal :
  • 2. A. RISK MAPPING/IDENTIFICATION FORM This form is used to help you design safe setting room and create a school evacuation map. This form consists of 2 components: 1. Risk mapping/identification for school environment 2. Risk mapping/identification for class room (all class must fill in) 1. Risk mapping/identification for school environment Hazard mapping 1. Is there any hazards that can harm students/teachers in the school environment when a disaster strikes? [tick () one answer] Yes No Please list all the hazards and what action you will undertake to minimize the risk of hazards? No Name of hazards Short-term action plan Long-term action plan
  • 3. (Continue in a separate sheet if necessary) Capacity mapping 2. Is there any capacity in the school environment that can support you in evacuation when a disaster strikes? Yes No Please list all the capacities and explain your plan in order to use it when a disaster strikes? No Name of capacity Plan of usage (Continue in a separate sheet if necessary)
  • 4. 2. Risk mapping/identification for classroom This section if risk mapping/identification of hazards and capacity in the classroom. All classroom teachers have to fill this form. Class/grade : Name of responsible teacher : Hazard mapping 1. Is there any hazards that can harm students/teachers in the classroom when a disaster strikes? [tick () one answer] Yes No Please list all the hazards and what action you will undertake to minimize the risk of hazards? No Name of hazards Short-term action plan Long-term action plan (Continue in a separate sheet if necessary)
  • 5. Capacity mapping 2. Is there any capacity in the classroom that can support you in evacuation when a disaster strikes? Yes No Please list all the capacities and explain your plan in order to use it when a disaster strikes? No Name of capacity Plan of usage (Continue in a separate sheet if necessary) Now that you have identified hazards and capacities in your class, you can start arranging the classroom setting to be safer to disaster. Remember, disaster does not kill people. Poor building and room arrangement do!
  • 6. B. SCHOOL EVACUATION MAP Based on hazard and capacity mapping of the school that you have made previously, now you can make an evacuation map. How to do it? 1. Make a map of the school complete with the information of the hazards and capacities. 2. Mark the hazards using red marker, this is to indicate that the hazards are dangerous. 3. Mark the capacities using green marker, this is to indicate that the capacities are useful to support you in evacuation when a disaster strikes 4. Indicate the meeting point. Meeting point is a safe place where all people in the school can take shelter during a disaster. 5. Last, draw a line from EACH classroom into the meeting point (evacuation point). Use blue marker or any other marker if you like. Example of School Evacuation Map
  • 7. C. IDENTIFICATION OF STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL ASSISTANCE In this section, we will identify students in each classroom who needs special assistance in accessing DRR information/safety procedure and doing evacuation and plan of action to assist these students. All classroom teachers have to fill this form. Class/grade : Name of responsible teacher : No Name of student Can understand DRR information (safety procedure, etc)? Action Plan Can evacuate when a disaster strike? Action Plan Yes No Yes No (Continue in a separate sheet if necessary)
  • 8. D. PREPAREDNESS CHECK LIST This section is check list on what you should prepare to be ready before disaster happen. This is to be filled by the school principal. This is not an exhaustive list, you can add as necessary. No. Question Answer Please Describe (how it was done or not done?) Action Plan Yes No 1 Have you taught your student about safety procedure according to the existing hazard in your area? 2 Have you performed evacuation drill with all students at school? 3 Have you identify any hazard and capacities at your school’s environment? 4 Have you identify any hazard and capacity at your school’s class room? 5 Have you determine action plan for any identified hazard in all classes and school’s environment? 6 Have you determined an assembly point? 7 Have you prepare a school evacuation map? 8 Have you communicated school evacuation plan to parents? 9 Have you updated list of students’ emergency contact? 10 Have you updated list of public emergency contact (fire brigade, police, etc..)
  • 9. 11 Have you identified any students who need special assistance in each class? 12 Have you prepared an emergency bag in each room in the class? 13 Have you checked the completeness and the expiry date of first aid kit, food, and beverage inside the emergency bag regularly? (once every three months)
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