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Cedric D. Daep

Chief of the Public Safety Emergency Management Office

Albay Public Safety

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Employment History

Executive Officer

Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council


Chief

The Coordinating Council


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www.radyonatin.com

Meanwhile, Dr. Cedric Daep, executive director of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) of Albay, said residents in areas prone to floods, lahar, landslide and storm surge must "evacuate without delay."
He said the PDRRMC is closely monitoring all towns and cities in Albay and is ordering the strict compliance to advisories on mandatory evacuations. - PNA


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The mission is headed by Cedric Daep of the Albay Provincial Safety and Emergency Management Office and OCDV Regional Director Raffy Alejandro.
At the time, 155 people were confirmed dead and about 500,000 were affected in the two provinces.


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Cedric Daep, Albay chief of the Provincial Safety & Emergency Response office, said Team Albay which was composed of paramedics and volunteers motored to the towns of Irosin, Matnog, Magallanes, and Barcelona, all in Sorsogon province, to back up the local disaster mitigation and response councils working hand in hand with other non-government organizations' rehabilitation efforts.
According to Albay Gov.


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#SmartActs, Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office, Apsemo, Cedric Daep, Infoboard, Nova Clotario-Concepcion, Tudlo
Before technologies like mobile phones came in, disaster preparation was a "failure," said Dr. Cedric Daep, the head of the Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office (Apsemo)


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#SmartActs, Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office, Apsemo, Cedric Daep, Infoboard, Nova Clotario-Concepcion, Tudlo
Before technologies like mobile phones came in, disaster preparation was a "failure," said Dr. Cedric Daep, the head of the Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office (Apsemo) Even if you have a good early warning system, you can't evacuate people without communications, Daep said in an interview last July 5 when he was in Cebu to work on the customization of Tudlo, a disaster-preparedness and response mobile phone app. Dr. Cedric Daep (left), head of the Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office (APSEMO), writes down tips on disaster preparedness and response for inclusion in the Tudlo app by its dev team. Zero casualties, Dr. Daep proudly pointed out. And technology plays a central role in this, he said. Infoboard alert system The province uses the SMS-based Infoboard service by Smart Communications, Inc. Dr. Daep credits the service for their "zero-casualty" disaster response "because of the spread of information." When they suspend classes, the information is quickly spread throughout the province via text messages. And any information sent by the Infoboard system is deemed official, based on a Provincial Board ordinance. Daep said the system allows them to quickly warn people against potential hazards and disasters and advice them on what to do to be safe. It serves as a "disaster dictionary," a mobile guide that teaches people how to respond to different hazards, said Dr. Daep. Dr. Daep was in Cebu earlier this month to lead the Tudlo team in customizing the content for the app. He translated the guide into Bicolano and added tips that are both based on scientific studies as well as indigenous knowledge. Among the tips there is how to check wind direction to ascertain whether a typhoon will hit your place. Dr. Daep also shared how one needs to close windows and doors that are facing the wind of a coming typhoon but make sure doors and windows in the opposite side are open to allow air to come in to counteract the vacuum effect and make sure your roof isn't blown away. This information will be in Tudlo along with a lot of other tips. Key role in reporting, needs assessment Dr. Daep is deeply enthusiastic for Tudlo and he sees it deployed in a month or two, taking advantage of Albay's existing disaster-response network. With the app, people will be able to report hazard situations and get immediate feedback on government action and response. He sees the app playing a key role in the future in damage and needs assessment. Dr. Daep said the app will enable control centers to get a consolidated assessment report coming from the different communities within 24 hours.


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