107 emergency responders successfully complete training on DRRO, Mass Casualty Management, and Swift Water Rescue Proficiency Assessment

A total of 107 emergency responders from eleven Local Government Units (LGUs) within South Cotabato have successfully completed their training in Disaster Response and Rescue Operations (DRRO), including Mass Casualty Management and Swift Water Rescue Proficiency Assessment. The first batch of trainees represented the municipalities of Sto. NiƱo, Banga, Norala, Surallah, Tboli, and Tampakan, while the second batch comprised participants from PDRRMO-South Cotabato, the City of Koronadal, Polomolok, Tantangan, and Tupi.
Photo courtesy: PDRRMO- South Cotabato

This training program was conducted with the aim of honing the skills and competencies of emergency responders in South Cotabato, ensuring they are well-prepared to respond effectively to various disasters and crises. It also sought to standardize rescue language and protocols within the province. The training was noted for its rigorous and physically and mentally demanding nature, challenging the trainees on multiple fronts. Nevertheless, their unwavering dedication led to their successful endorsement as additional emergency responders for the South Cotabato Search and Rescue (SCOSAR) team, with instructors from the PNP and BFP South Cotabato.
Photo courtesy: PDRRMO- South Cotabato

Under the leadership of Governor Reynaldo Sucayan Tamayo Jr., the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) continues to provide training related to Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM). This commitment underscores the importance of ensuring South Cotabato's resilience, with a focus on the well-being of the province's residents.

The training was expertly conducted by the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office of South Cotabato, led by Rolly Doane Cuenca Aquino, RN, MPA, LDRRMO IV, OIC-PDRRMO, in collaboration with the South Cotabato Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Officers Association (SCLDRRMOA), under the leadership of Leonardo B. Ballon, EnP.

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