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PRESS RELEASE: DOST-PHIVOLCS PROMOTES AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS IN SCHOOLS
Wednesday, 04 July 2018 10:13

The Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (DOST-PHIVOLCS) aims to train teachers on basic information about the science of earthquake and tsunami and its hazards, preparedness, and how to communicate this information to their students through a one-day “Teachers’ Training on Communicating Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards” for elementary school teachers of Ormoc City.

In coordination with the Department of Education (DepEd) and the local government of Ormoc City, two batches from the public and private elementary teachers from 95 schools and staff from Ormoc City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office will attend the training on July 4 & 5, 2018 at Pongos Hotel, Ormoc City, Leyte.

The training intends to capacitate teachers to provide school children with the right information to prepare, respond and protect oneself in the event of an earthquake or tsunami. The program highlights the use of DOST-PHIVOLCS teaching aids, “Ahh..Ngayon Alam Ko Na” and “11 Mga Dapat Gawin Kapag May Lindol”. The flashcard “11 Mga Dapat Gawin Kapag May Lindol” features a sign language guide for the hearing impaired. These flashcards are adapted from materials developed by Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Deutschalnd (ASB).

Earlier this year, DOST-PHIVOLCS conducted three-day training on Communicating Volcano, Earthquake, and Tsunami Hazards for 28 high school teachers and school disaster risk reduction focal person/coordinator last April 24-26, 2018 at Pongos Hotel, Ormoc City, Leyte.

 

For information about the event, please contact:

Dr. Renato U. Solidum, Jr.

Undersecretary for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change, DOST

and Officer-in-Charge, PHIVOLCS

(632) 926-2611

 

Download PDF Press Release click here.

 
PRESS RELEASE: ATLAS FOR EARTHQUAKE RESILIENT BUILDINGS IN METRO CEBU
Wednesday, 04 July 2018 09:30

To aid in disaster preparedness of Metro Cebu, the Department of Science and Technology – Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (DOST – PHIVOLCS) will launch the Metro Cebu Earthquake Model (MCEM) Atlas on July 4, 2018 at the DepEd Ecotech Center, Ecotech Rd., Sudlon, Lahug, Cebu City.

The Atlas is a seismic ground motion hazard assessment specific for Metro Cebu, considering various earthquake sources including the Central Cebu Fault System. This Atlas may be used as reference in the seismic design of buildings and structures and as a tool for earthquake impact assessment and earthquake risk reduction efforts of national government agencies, Local Government Units (LGUs) in Metro Cebu, academe and the private sector.

Metro Cebu, a fast-growing and dynamic metropolis, has been identified as an earthquake-prone area. The Central Cebu Fault System transects Danao City, Compostela, Cebu City, Talisay City, Minglanilla, Naga City, Balamban and Toledo City. Large-magnitude earthquakes have occurred in the region. The MCEM Atlas aims to minimize the damages to buildings and infrastructures in case a strong earthquake hits the area.

This Atlas contains Peak Ground Acceleration (PGA) and Spectral Acceleration (SA) maps, which were modelled using Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis (PSHA) through the collaborative efforts and expertise of seismologists, geologists, engineers and researchers from DOST – PHIVOLCS in consultation with various stakeholders such as the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (PDRRMO), the regional offices of the Office of Civil Defense (OCD), the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) and the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA). It was also participated by Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc. from the private sector, Cebu Institute of Technology – University (CIT-U) and University of San Jose – Recoletos from the academe and by representatives of Local Government Units (LGUs) that comprise Metro Cebu. Also included in the Atlas are the Seismicity Map of Metro Cebu and Vicinity, the Distribution of Active Faults in Region VII and the Metropolitan Cebu Vs30 Site Model.

Earlier this year, DOST – PHIVOLCS launched the Philippine Earthquake Model (PEM) Atlas which covers the whole Philippines, and Metro Manila.

Copies of MCEM Atlas will be distributed during the event. Stakeholders can also download the digital copy online from DOST – PHIVOLCS official website (www.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph).

 

For information, please contact:

 

Dr. Renato U. Solidum Jr.

Undersecretary for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change, DOST

and Officer-In-Charge, PHIVOLCS

(632) 926-2611

 

Download PDF Press Release click here

 
PRESS RELEASE: DOST-PHIVOLCS TO CONDUCT TRAINING FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS IN ORMOC CITY
Monday, 23 April 2018 15:31

The Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (DOST-PHIVOLCS) will conduct a three-day “Teachers’ Training on Communicating Earthquake, Tsunami and Volcanic Hazards” for high school teachers of Ormoc City on April 24-26, 2018 at Pongos Hotel, Ormoc City, Leyte.

Through a series of lectures and applied workshop, DOST-PHIVOLCS aims to train teachers on basic information about the science of volcano, earthquake, tsunami and its hazards, preparedness and how to communicate these information to their students.

DOST-PHIVOLCS awareness and preparedness program intends to equip school children with the right information to prepare, respond and protect oneself during volcanic eruption, earthquake and tsunami since children are vulnerable to the dangers brought by these occurrences.

The three-day training is normally offered to selected public high school teachers only. This time however, selected Science teachers and school disaster risk reduction focal person/coordinator from 26 high schools, both public and private, in Ormoc City are expected to participate on this training in coordination with the Department of Education (DepEd) and the local government of Ormoc City.

The province of Leyte is transected and bounded by active earthquake generators and therefore, large-magnitude earthquakes have occurred in the area. A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck the province last 6 July 2017. The epicenter is located 15.5 km northeast of Ormoc City, Leyte. The earthquake was generated by the movement of Leyte Segment of the Philippine Fault.

Earlier this year, DOST-PHIVOLCS inaugurated the reconstructed Palo Seismic Station damaged by Typhoon Yolanda in Palo, Leyte. This earthquake monitoring station has and will significantly benefit the Province of Leyte through increased detectability of events and more accurate and timely determination of earthquake parameters of events generated by active earthquake sources in and around the province.

 

For information about the event, please contact:

Dr. Renato U. Solidum, Jr.

Undersecretary for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change, DOST

and Officer-in-Charge, PHIVOLCS

(632) 926-2611

 

[Download PRESS RELEASE Here]

 
PRESS RELEASE: HAZARDS INFORMATION AT THE TIP OF YOUR FINGERS
Friday, 20 April 2018 15:29

The Department of Science and Technology - Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (DOST-PHIVOLCS) has provided our stakeholders a convenient, quick, and hassle-free online access to hazard maps. Local government units, government agencies, and other stakeholders can now access hazard maps using their computers and even through their smartphones free of charge.

Stakeholders can now go to https://gisweb.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph/hazardmap and fill out the form to download the maps. Active faults, ground shaking, liquefaction, earthquake-induced landslide, tsunami, volcanic hazards, and lahar hazard maps can be downloaded through a link that will be sent via email. The hazard maps are in kmz, pdf or jpg formats. Specific hazards assessment and SHP file may be requested as well.

The hazard maps should be used as basis for disaster awareness, prevention, mitigation, preparedness and response plans of the local government. It can also be used as a tool for land-use planning, teaching aid, urban planning, and risk assessment.

Accessing the hazard maps online through this site in the comfort of their homes or offices will save the stakeholders the time and money. This is one of the efforts of DOST-PHIVOLCS to continually improve our services to serve the public better.

 

 

For information about the event, please contact:

Dr. Renato U. Solidum, Jr.

Undersecretary for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change, DOST

and Officer-in-Charge, PHIVOLCS

(632) 926-2611

 

[Download PRESS RELEASE here]

 
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