Albay province conducts post-evaluation of tail-end of a cold front scenario
The province of Albay has conducted yesterday a postmortem assessment of what happened during the tail-end of a cold front scenario early this month.
The assessment or the Post Tail-End of a Cold Front (TECF) Evaluation and Lesson was led by the Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office (APSEMO) yesterday, January 12.
The province said that the meeting was attended by various stakeholders were they held a roundtable discussion about things they learned during the scenario.
“In connection with the TECF (Tail-End of a Cold Front) Scenario that happened last January 3, 2018, the Albay Public Safety and Emergency Management Office (APSEMO) held a Post TECF Evaluation and Lesson Learned round Table discussion to the selected stakeholders and Assessment of the TECF Scenario … at the AECID Hall, APSEMO Building,” the province said.
The provincial government said that the stakeholders gave proposals and suggestion for a better calamity response standards.
“During the meeting, an analysis of the TECF Scenario was made and recommendations and suggestion were given by the multi-stakeholders,” the province said.
Among those who were present were representatives from the Department of Education, various local government units, APSEMO and other offices concerned.
The tail-end of a cold front recently brought inclement weather situation in Albay. Several families during the onslaught of the rains were ordered evacuated.
Albay was also one of the provinces that felt the wrath of Typhoon Urduja late last year, which caused suspension of classes in the province.