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EMERGENCY RESPONSE Building Resilience The Why The What The How. The Why. Mines Rescue Why we were called on Emergency Response agency Recent event requiring a suitable response What was learnt from the response How were Learnings implemented. Civil Defense

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Emergency response building resilience the why the what the how

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Building Resilience

The Why

The What

The How


The why
The Why

  • Mines Rescue

    • Why we were called on

    • Emergency Response agency

    • Recent event requiring a suitable response

    • What was learnt from the response

    • How were Learnings implemented

  • Civil Defense

    • Why you were called on

    • Emergency Response agency

    • Recent events requiring a suitable response

    • What was learnt from the response effort

    • How the learnings were implemented


The what
The What

  • Royal Commission

  • Specific recommendations

  • Recommendation 13: Emergency management in underground coalmines needs urgent attention.

  • Recommendation 14: The implementation of the co-ordinated incident management system (CIMS) in underground coal mine emergencies should be reviewed urgently.

  • Recommendation 15: The activities of the New Zealand Mines Rescue Service need to be supported by legislation.

  • Recommendation 16: To support effective emergency management, operators of underground coal mines should be required to have modern equipment and facilities.


Cause and effect the actual
Cause and Effect….. The Actual

  • The lack of formal arrangements and training with other agencies for dealing with a large scale emergency at an underground coal mine impacted badly on the emergency operation at Pike River”


Cause and effect the potential
Cause and Effect…… The Potential

  • Had there been planning and training with agencies involved, the multi-agency response would have been better coordinated and organised. Better decision making structure would have been in place. People would have understood each others roles better and the many experts gathered at the mine could have been used more effectively


The how
The How

  • Mines Rescue

  • Legislation

  • Risk assess based preparedness

  • Consultation

  • Review / auditing

  • Training

  • Equipment

  • Exercises

    • Collaboration, Industry, Regulator, Emergency services and agencies

    • Underground Mine Emergency Protocol




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