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Regulatory Measures and Crises Management. Dr. M. Yaseen Pakistan Telecom Authority. Main Role of the Organization. To regulate the establishment, operation and maintenance of telecommunication systems and provision of telecommunication services in Pakistan.

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Regulatory Measures and Crises Management

Dr. M. Yaseen

Pakistan Telecom Authority

main role of the organization

Main Role of the Organization

  • To regulate the establishment, operation and maintenance of telecommunication systems and provision of telecommunication services in Pakistan.
  • To promote and protect the interests of users of telecommunication services in Pakistan.
  • Continue…..
role of the organization during crises response
Role of the Organization during Crises Response
  • No specific role has been defined in the Pakistan Telecom Re-org Act 1996, for the crises mangement, however:
  • PTA acted as a Coordinator to facilitate interaction between Telecom Service Providers & the National Crisis Response Management Cell
post disaster period
Post Disaster Period
  • Communication collapse

No communication Link

No Telephone (Fixed or Mobile)

No Transmission

No Radio reception except AM

crises response capabilities of organization
Crises Response Capabilities of Organization
  • PTA’s Crisis Response Capability can be best judged from its facilitation during the aftermath of the Earthquake of 2005, as follows:
    • Judged the scale of the crisis
    • Analyzed strengths of various service providers in the effected & adjoining region
    • Reviewed Regulatory concessions
crises response capabilities of organization contd
Crises Response Capabilities of Organization [contd]
  • Directed Cellular Mobile (wireless) operators to setup communication on ‘mobile units’ in the affected areas, without any delays
  • Directed PTCL & SCO (fixedline incumbents) to arrange immediate ‘Public Call Offices’ for public facilitation
  • Contacted International organizations for assistance
    • ITU
    • APT
crises response capabilities of organization contd1
Crises Response Capabilities of Organization [contd]
  • Facilitated easy in-flow of terminal- equipment through regulatory concessions
  • Used contacts for obtaining ‘Thuraya’, Intelsat satellite handsets and ‘HF radios’ for areas in-accessible by land and terrestrial wireless means
lesson learned regulatory measures for the crises
Lesson LearnedRegulatory Measures for the crises
  • Relaxation in the Licensing Regime
  • Infrastructure Sharing a must case
  • Well defined Participation from the stakeholder
  • Survey to define the weakness of existing telecom system for the crisis management
  • Comprehensive SOP and plan of action

to manage the crises

regulation for crisis management
Regulation for Crisis Management
  • Classification of ‘Crisis Events’
  • Preparation of Relevant Strategies
  • Rapid Legislative Clearances, during crises
  • Formation of Rules, Regulations and Guidelines
  • Easy Licensing regime and SOPs during crises
  • Roaming, priority calling, sharing of infrastructure, SMS enhancement
  • Formation of centralized as well as distributed Crisis Management Cell structure
  • Adopt Freq band of Public protection and disaster relief (PDPR), recommended by the ITU in WRC 2003 resolution 646,
  • Tampere convention
regional co operation
Regional Co-operation
  • Learn from the each other experience
  • Develop Regulations for the crises
  • Develop SOPs
  • Maintain Inventory of the equipment to share

during the crises

e crises management system
E-Crises Management System

Decision

LAN of Weather System

Web based inform Exc

Coordination

Cell

Environmental Info

System

Crises Information

Center

Crises Management

Software

Early Warning

System

Data Base

Sensor Networks

Mountains

Ocean

Sat Phone

Networks

Trained Personal

Trained Volunteer

Resources

Logistics

Mapping specific potential disaster location

Associated risk (Flood earthquakes,

Tsunami

Geographic

Information

Population Distribution

Roads, River System

Regional Access

GIS tool exist WHO