“An Ordinance amending the sections in Provincial Ordinance No. 2014-107 Adopting the Provincial Drowning Prevention Ordinance and Requiring Owners and Operators of Public Swimming facilities, Beach resorts and Water Sports Activity Areas, Tourism Adventure Parks and Recreational facilities in rivers and beaches to provide certified lifeguards and pertinent lifeguard tools and Equipment”
Isaisip ang kaligtasan ng pamilya, tamang paghahanda sa oras ng anumang sakuna.
Thru this provincial ordinance, a Training and Assessment Institute shall be established to intensify capacity building programs in the Province of Antique, mainly the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) which provides efficient and systematic response in the delivery of emergency care during emergencies and disasters likewise, it will also serve as a risk reduction tool in continue reading : Provincial Ordinance No. 2020-223, Establishing the Antique Training and Assessment Institute (ATAI)
Together with the BFP Antique and all other fire stations, MDRRMOs, Private Sectors and Volunteers and media practitioners, the PDRRMO received a commendation from the Sangguniang Panlalawigan and a Plaque of Appreciation from the Municipality of San Jose de Buenavista for their efforts in responding during the fire suppression in Gaisano Grand Mall last June continue reading : PDRRMO received a commendation from the Sangguniang Panlalawigan and Municipality of San Jose de Buenavista, for their efforts in responding during the fire suppression in Gaisano Grand Mall of Antique
Mga dapat tandaan sa oras kang Baha, Linog kag Pagguho kang Lupa.
The PDRRMO Antique in strong coordination with the PDRRMC member agencies, headed by our GOV. RHODORA J. CADIAO, contributed to the achievement of the recognition as one of the two Provinces who achieved a “BEYOND COMPLIANT” Rating for Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council and Office (LDRRMCO) in Region VI by the Office of continue reading : Province of Antique achieved a ” BEYOND COMPLIANT” rating in the 2020 GAWAD KALASAG Seal Assessment