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QC’s Urban Search and Rescue: Everyday Heroes on the Frontline PDF Print E-mail
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A tragic accident happened on August 15, 2017 – a cement mixer truck lost control in the southbound lane of Mindanao Avenue when it hit the center island and landed on top of a car, trapping the occupants of the car. There were QC authorities who were the immediate responders to the accident and after assessing the situation called the QC Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office - Urban Search and Rescue (QC DRRMO - USAR) to assist in the situation.

First onsite was the QC USAR Team Charlie, led by Deputy Rufino Lim, Jr. of the USAR Special Rescue Unit.  The USAR quickly responded to the situation to extricate the family who were trapped in their vehicle.  Using special equipment, the USAR Team Charlie, lifted the overturned cement mixer with heavy duty hydraulic jacks. The hydraulic jacks is designed to lift heavy objects like collapsed beams, it provided support to life the cement mixer from the car, allowing space for the USAR team to cut through the vehicle and rescue the trapped family.

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In anticipation for situations like this, the Quezon City Government has invested resources to improve the capacity of the QC DRRMO personnel to respond accordingly.  Currently, QC has 4 USAR teams, composed of 16 specially trained personnel on a 24/7 rotation, ready for emergency response situations.  The USAR teams are trained to operate in adverse conditions such as earthquake, fires, and typhoons.  They call also be called for rescue response to vehicular accidents and collapse structures.

The QC USAR was selected from the QC DRRMO workforce, Department of Public Order and Safety, and the City Engineering Office – these offices were determined to be pertinent to urban search and rescue.  Those selected have undergone a rigorous training regimen to upgrade their skills and capacities.  After the specialized trainings on urban search and rescue, the teams were certified by the National Search and Rescue Advisory Group.

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In line with the QCDRRMO action plans, QC Mayor Herbert Bautista is looking into the possibility of acquiring additional special equipment for disaster response and deploying them to strategic locations in order to improve the response time on emergency situations.  The QC government is also exploring ways to improve the benefits of these everyday heroes who are in the frontlines.scroll back to top
 
QC Is Proud Of Its First Doctorate Graduate Scholar PDF Print E-mail
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Thousands of students benefit from the scholars granted by the Quezon City Government through its Scholarship and Youth Development Program (SYDP). But recently, the city government is proud to have a doctorate graduate added to its roll of beneficiaries.

Isagani Mirador Tano was born to a poor family in Calamba, Laguna. His father worked as a car washer while his mother tended a carinderia.

He was in his second year in high school when his father died. As his mohter's income was not enough to suppoort their schooling, they sought the help of relatives. His older brother was in third year high school.

After high school, he decided to take up a Computer Science course in college, which has been his dream course since his elementary days.

With the help of an uncle, Tano enrolled and pursued a four-year course in Computer Science at Laguan College of Business and Arts. He was also an academic scholar enjoying a 50 percent discount in tuition fees. During summer, he would work at the Calamba City Hall under the government's SPES program until he gained full scholarship.

Tano graduated cum laude in college and later applied at the Quezon City Polytechnic University (QCPU) where he became a member of the faculty. In 2014, after finishing his Masters degree, he decided to take up aDoctorate degree, Doctor in Information Technology (DIT) in AMA University.

He applied for the Quezon City Scholarship Program for Post Graduate Studies. He knew that the scholarship would help him finish his doctorate program which would entail expenses. His income as IT Instructor would not be enough to support his studies. Being a full time instructor, he found it difficult to juggle work and studies, but he perservered.

"When I applied for the scholarship, the qualification was lofty for it was supposed to be availed of by those who have attained Civil Service salary grade 18. During that time, I was _______ salary grade 14. However, I still believed that I would be able to avail myselfof this grant because I needed it. That was my spirit then," Tano said in an interview.

Tano was able to finish the DIT program. He applied for new opened plantilla positions and aws promoted from Instructor III to Associate Professor I. In April 2015, he became OIC-Director of BSIT program in QCPU.

He said he is now committed to help students at the QCPU by updating them on current IT trends.
He added that he would help the Quezon City government by promoting and supporting their plans in helping its constituent transform their lives.scroll back to top
 
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