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Title: Unlimited Loyalty


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Unlimited Loyalty JAKARTA RESCUE Save Others
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  • JAKARTA RESCUE
  • A humanitarian social organization
  • Established on June 28, 1986 by Mr. R. Hadianto
    Warjaman, SH and witnessed by Mr. Moh. Muas, SMHK
    (Head of Indonesian Red Cross Jakarta).

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  • The purpose of this organization
  • to grow the humanitarian sense in all Jakarta
    society (especially) and Indonesia (in general)
    specifically the youth, collegians and students
    in anticipating and managing any natural and
    social disaster.

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  • a. Vision
  • Unlimited Loyalty
  • b. Mission
  • To save others
  • c. Paradigm
  • Achieving Jakarta Rescue vision and mission to
    create world peace as a duty and responsibility
    of all Jakarta Rescue members and implementing
    the duty based on the motto of Unlimited Loyalty
    to be performed professionally.
  • Basic principles of Jakarta Rescue is Brave,
    Honest and Sincere

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  • Characteristics
  • Independent organisation
  • Self funded
  • Non-profit organisation
  • All the financial aids will be taken account in
    the periodically report

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  • Specialization
  • WATER RESCUE
  • SURF RESCUE
  • JUNGLE-VERTICAL-EARTHQUAKE RESCUE
  • EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESCUE

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OPERATIONAL STANDARD
  • In its implementation, Jakarta Rescue referred to
    National and International Standard consist of
  • Disaster Management (Pre, Intra and Post
    Management)
  • Communication and Coordination
  • Emergency evacuation
  • Basic Life Support.
  • In general, the action of Jakarta Rescue is based
    on the work model of Quick Action Team.

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ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Founder
Adviser
CHAIRMAN
GENERAL SECRETARY
OPERATIONAL
PUBLIC RELATION
RECRUITMENT
RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
MEDIC
BUSINESS
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ETHICS
  • Jakarta Rescue ethical foundation is based on the
    nation ethical principle of Pancasila and
    Constitution 1945.
  • The organization is established with MUTUAL
    INDEPENDENT principle, which believe that every
    member of the organization could form the new
    rescue group everywhere without any obligation to
    share their income that they get from any
    sources as long as they bring the vision and
    mission of Jakarta Rescue and keep on acting
    bravely, honestly and sincerely.

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RESOURCES
  • Human Resources
  • People who care for the humanity
  • Have qualified or competent in their field
  • The capacity of self in knowledge, skill and
    attitude of each person is highly appreciated and
    encouraged to keep in advanced.
  • The quality of the rescuer in Jakarta Rescue is
    expected to fulfil the following requirements
  • Willing to serve community in the name of
    humanity
  • Bearing personal values as brave, honest and
    sincere
  • Willing to serve people regardless of the ethnic,
    race, religion, or group
  • Passed the training according to each level
    (basic, intermediate, advanced, professional)

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Physical Resources
  • TRAINING CENTER
  • Water rescue Setu Babakan Lake, South of Jakarta
  • Surf rescue Cibangban Beach, Pasir Batu Village,
    Pelabuhan Ratu, Sukabumi, West of Java
  • Jungle Rescue Rock Mountain, Sumur Tujuh,
    Banten, West of Java
  • Vertical Rescue Rock Mountain, Sumur Tujuh,
    Banten, West of Java
  • Fire Rescue Setu Babakan Lake, South of Jakarta
  • Medical Emergency Rescue Setu Babakan Lake,
    South of Jakarta

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FACILITY
  • 8 operational vehicles (4x4 wheel drive)
    production 1991-1994
  • 2 metal handmade boat
  • 12 rubber boat (LCR and RB)
  • 60 life saving jackets
  • 4 emergency tends
  • 400 metres rope
  • 20 helmet
  • 20 headlamps
  • 5 Communication tool (HT)
  • Emergency medicine tool (1 unit)
  • 4 velt bed
  • 1 torpedo (life saving device)

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  • FINANCE
  • All the activity is operated based on self-funded
    system
  • COLLABORATION
  • Jakarta Rescue has some collaboration that
    support for the activity those are
  • IOF (Indonesian Offroad Federation) in vehicle
    transportation support
  • Rotary District 3400 Indonesia in finance support
  • Hospitals as referral health support
  • Kodam Jaya (Commando in Military Area at Jakarta
    Raya)
  • Polri (Indonesian National Police)
  • Kopassus (Commando of Special Forces)

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HUMANITARIAN ACTIVITY
  • Eruption of Galunggung Volcanic (1982)
  • Peace Keeping Mission at East Timor (1983)
  • Typhoon at Flores (1990)
  • Earthquake at Liwa (1992)
  • Flood at Jakarta (1996, 2002, 2007, 2008, 2009)
  • Tsunami at Aceh (2004)
  • Earthquake Jogyakarta (2006)
  • Tsunami Pangandaran (2006)
  • Landslide at Babakan Madang, Sentul Selatan
    (2007)
  • Typhoon at Pelabuhan Ratu-Jampang Surade (2007)
  • Landslide-flood at Baturube-Kolonedale-Sulawesi
    (2007)
  • Earthquake at Bengkulu (2007)
  • Eruption of Kelud Volcanic (2007)
  • Evacuation of airplane crash of CASSA 212 at
    Salak Mt. (2008)
  • Landslide and flood at Situ Gintung (2009)

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LEARNING OUTLINE
  • Introduction of Rescuer (the qualification)
  • Building a quick action team
  • Team challenge, problem solving and decision
    making
  • Team building and leadership management
  • Basic, intermediate and advanced theory of water,
    surf, jungle, vertical and fire rescue
  • Medical Emergency First Response (including Basic
    Life Support)
  • Mitigation
  • Communication Rescue
  • Disaster Management
  • Coordination and Collaboration
  • Individual Survival
  • Vehicle Transportation Rescue
  • One man tactic

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SOURCE OF SUBJECT
  • The subject learning matter is derived from many
    trusted and reliable sources such as
  • Japan Marine ? water rescue
  • Pennsylvania Water Rescue
  • USA? Surf and Jungle Rescue
  • APOLA (Australian Professional Ocean Lifeguard
    Association)
  • MPAT (Multinational Planning Augmentation Team)
  • Nepal? Earthquake
  • Philippines? Emergency Medicine
  • Indonesian Meteorology Geophysics and Climatology
    Institution
  • American Heart Association
  • International Red Cross
  • Indonesian Emergency Ambulance 118
  • Indonesian Climbing Association

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ADVANCED RESCUER
DECISION MAKER
INTERMEDIATE RESCUER
COORDINATOR
BASIC RESCUER
OPERATIONAL
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MEMBERSHIP
  • The members of this organization are those people
    who already join with the training and
    humanitarian activity. These could be divided
    into some categories
  • Students of School and Colleges
  • Youth from any area in Indonesia
  • Professional at company / institution
    (e.g.Conocophillips Ind., Maerskline Inc.)
  • Police and military
  • International Foundation (ACF, UNESCO)
  • Those who already passed the training, will be
    registered and have right to get the
    Identification Card which can be used in any
    situation especially humanitarian activity.
  • Jakarta Rescue is existing in every province at
    Indonesia and active participant right now is
    about 791 at Jakarta including 60 paramedic

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  • TRAINING PARTICIPANTS JAKARTA RESCUE
  • KODIM 0505 Linmas East of Jakarta
  • Baywatch Pelabuhan Ratu Sukabumi
  • DALMAS POLRES Sukabumi
  • PT. Mitra Dana Wiraswasta Indonesia
  • PT. Kwang Mong Korea
  • Jakarta Willys Club
  • Indonesian Adventure
  • Depok Rescue
  • Betawi Setu Babakan Rescue
  • West of Jakarta Rescue
  • Sint Carolus School of Health Sciences
  • Forum Relawan Penanggulangan Bencana Alam
  • UNESCO
  • PT.CONOCO PHILLIPS Indonesia
  • RAPI lokal IX Pancoran
  • Bank BTN
  • Pondok Pesantren Al-Fatah Cileungsi Bogor
  • PT. Maerskline Indonesia

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WORK PROGRAMME
  • Organization Consolidation
  • 1.To create the unity of organization through
    various activites as following
  • Annual meeting
  • Social humanitarian activity
  • Disaster response activity
  • Team Building and Peer Group Evaluation
  • Training and education for new recruited member
  • Continuous development for the rescuer
  • Website for information and change experience
  • 2.To improve the skills for disaster response
  • Participation in training and education in
    national
  • and international level
  • 3.To enhance communitys capability in a high
    risk (disaster prone) area by building their
    moral to act in the disaster response
  • Implementing disaster mitigation program
  • Enhance communitys capability in disaster
  • Produce a Standard Operating Procedure to be
    used in disaster response

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  • 4.To have linkage or network internationally in
    building anti-earthquake houses
  • 4.1 Find international reliable reference
  • e.g.Japan) in building anti-earthquake
  • houses
  • 4.2 Look for support / sponsor in financing
  • houses building
  • 5.To increase the understanding of NGO and
    Government Organization in disaster response
  • 5.1 Upgrading coordination and collaboration
  • between private sector and government
  • 5.2 Utilizing one same perception about disaster
    response

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LAVATORYUNIT
EMERGENCY PROPERTY UNIT
LOGISTIC RESCUE UNIT
FIELD HOSPITAL UNIT
WATER SUPPLY UNIT
FIELD HOSPITAL UNIT
REACTIVE HUMANITY WORK
PSYCHOLOGICAL UNIT
MEDICAL EMERGENCYUNIT
MISSING PEOPLE REGISTRY UNIT / RFL
EVACUATION RESCUE UNIT
COMMUNICATION RESCUE UNIT / CENTRAL OF INFORMATION
VEHICLE RESCUE UNIT
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  • Subject Training
  • BASIC
  • Basic Disaster Management (coordination,
    communication, transportation)
  • CPR and first aid
  • Water rescue (BASIC)
  • Water evacuation
  • Rescue technique Jim Carry, Garry Pistol Team
    Carry
  • Stick life (statis-dynamic)
  • Sweeper Swim, Sweeper Sail
  • Maneuver 1,2

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  • Surf Rescue (BASIC)
  • Searching technique life chains
  • Rescue technique Jim Carry, Garry Pistol, Team
    Carry
  • Sweeper Swim, Sweeper Sail
  • Maneuver Random
  • Jungle Rescue (BASIC)
  • Mountaineering
  • Mountain Climbing

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  • INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
  • Intermediate Disaster Management (Leadership
    Rescue Decision/LRD and Leadership Teamwork
    Coordination/LTC)
  • Water rescue (INTERMEDIATE)
  • Scuba Diving non tools
  • Intermediate Stick Life (static dynamic)
  • Rescue Technique Intermediate Jim Carry, Garry
    Pistol Team Carry
  • Intermediate Sweeper Swim, Sweeper Sail
  • Maneuver 1,2, 3, 5

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  • Surf Rescue (INTERMEDIATE)
  • Intermediate water evacuation
  • Intermediate life chains
  • Rescue technique Intermediate Jim Carry, Garry
    Pistol, Team Carry
  • Intermediate Sweeper Swim, Sweeper Sail
  • Intermediate Manuver Random
  • Jungle Rescue (INTERMEDIATE)
  • Mountaineering Evacuation
  • Mountain Climbing Tandem

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  • ADVANCED LEVEL
  • Advanced Disaster Management
  • Profesional Rescue
  • Leadership Rescue
  • Individual Survival
  • Vehicle Transportation
  • Evacuation life victims and dead body (water and
    land)

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  • Mass recruitment mobilization)
  • Formation of operational facility
  • Mobile hospital
  • Emergency hospital
  • Logistic center
  • General kitchen center
  • One man tactic for 5 people
  • One man tactic for 10 people

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  • Websitehttp//www.jakartarescue.org
  • Email jakartarescue_at_yahoo.co.id
  • Chairman R. Hadianto W.,SH
  • Office
  • Situ Babakan St. 25A Srengseng Sawah Jagakarsa
  • South of Jakarta 12640
  • Contact No 628129797007 6281384020555
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