DENR-XI Joins Nationwide Earthquake Drill

The Regional Office6-29 press release of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources-XI together with the Environmental Management Bureau-XI join the Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill at 2:00 PM today, June 29, 2017. This activity was witnessed and assessed by a team composed of members from the Regional Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (RDRRMC-XI) led by Sean Hannibal Jabile of CAAP.

The team gave DENR-XI a 'Very Satisfactory' rating.

The said nationwide simultaneous earthquake drill, which is initiated by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), aims to teach the people how to respond to earthquakes by doing duck, cover and hold approach.

Videos were also shown after the drill to further demonstrate to the employees how to execute the duck, cover and hold approach properly.

Other members of the RDRRMC who witnessed and assessed DENR-XI employees during the drill were: Melanie Bonita of DOLE; 2Lt Crisanto Soriano of RCDG and Marlon Nalla of Kabalikat Civicom.



Departmentimg 9532 resized of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR-XI) recently hosted the Regional Environmental Academy which aims to harness both the technical and managerial expertise of the agency’s frontline managers in the field of environmental governance.

The 2-day training which was participated in by DENR-XI’s Provincial and Community Environment and Natural Resources Officers (PENROs and CENROs), also intends to further augment the Perspective, Experience, Attitude, Knowledge and Skills (P.E.A.K.S.) of the officials as pre-requisites to effective governance. It also aims to refine the knowledge of the officials on the Civil Service Commission Rules and Regulations, policies on protected areas and Land Administration Management System (LAMS) and Republic Act 9184 or the Government Procurement Reform Act.


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