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INDEX Sr. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14 15 16 Name of the Department Disaster Management Cell Mumbai Fire Brigade Storm Water Drain Solid Waste Management Roads Department Sewerage Operation Department Health Department Education Department Garden Department BEST MMRDA MSRDC Traffic Police Civil Defense Reliance Energy Annexure Annexure I List of High Tide Dates Annexure II Ward Control Rooms Annexure III List of Rain gauges Installation Annexure IV List of Flooding Spots Annexure V List of Land Slide Spots Annexure VI Details of Equipments & Manpower With Mumbai Fire Brigade 62 63 64 66 74 79 Page no. 3 7 10 16 17 19 22 28 30 40 46 49 53 55 57


Annexure VII List of Nallas Annexure VIII List of MCGM Hospitals Annexure - IX Annexure - X Annexure - XI Conditions Annexure - XII BEST Officials Annexure - XIII Health Department Control Room List of Temporary Shelter Schools List of Buildings in Dilapidated Information and Contact Nos. of Information related with MMRDA

91 95 98 99 102 139 152 155 163 166 168

Annexure IVX Contact nos. of Sr. Police Officers Annexure - XV Contact Nos. of Western Railway Officials Annexure - XVI Contact Nos. of Civil Defense Officials Annexure - XVII Contract details of Reliance Energy


DISASTER MANAGEMENT CELLDisaster Management Cell was established in the year 1999. was modernized, expanded and fully equipped in the year 2005. The Disaster Management Cell is headed by Chief Officer (DMP) who is overall in charge of operations of the cell. The Chief Officer (DMP & CCRS) is assisted by Dy. Chief Officer (DMP & CCRS). However, in case of disaster like flood, bomb blast, house collapse etc., the charge is taken over by the Municipal Commissioner or the Additional Municipal Commissioner in-charge of DMP. There are total eighty employees working round the clock in department. The team working in Disaster Management consists of one Assistant Engineer (Mechanical & Electrical), one Sub Engineer (Mechanical & Electrical) and four Junior Engineers (2 from Mechanical & Electrical and 2 from Civil Engineering). The day-to-day public grievances and complaints are handled by three complaint officers each representing City, Eastern Suburb and Western Suburb. The public complaints are registered on a four digit number 1916. The complaints can also be registered directly on MCGM web portal The Disaster Management Cell is well equipped with Communication facility, Uninterrupted power supply by D.G. sets and alternate supply, Conference hall, Pantry and Rest rooms with Bunker beds Library A.W.S. (Rain gauges) with WAN connectivity installed at 35 locations all over Mumbai. The cell


The various communication equipments installed in Disaster Management Cell includes land lines, hot lines, wireless sets, GSM mobiles, Internet facility, WAN connection to centralized server of MCGM for effective communication between MCGM and Stake Holder and to mobilize resources during disaster. T.V. sets installed for continuous monitoring of news. List of Stake Holders connected with Hot Line is as follows 1. Mantralaya Control Room 2. BEST Control Room 3. Traffic Control Room 4. Fire Brigade Control Room 5. MMRDA Control Room 6. Commissioner of Police Control Room 7. Central Railway Control Room 8. Western Railway Control Room 9. IMD 10. 11. Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation Army

In monsoon season, spanning from June to Sept. every year, Nodal officers of the agencies like Traffic, Police, Home Guards, Civil Defence are deployed in Disaster Management Centre. the shift duties through out the monsoon. Disaster Management Cell uses all relevant resources available in MCGM during disaster. 24 numbers of JCBs and 48 numbers of dumpers are procured and stationed with operator at ward offices to reach the Disaster site in shortest possible time. Mumbai Fire Brigade is well equipped with equipments like boats and Kayaks especially required for Senior officers from MCGM up to the rank of Deputy Municipal Commissioner are assigned


handling flood situations. Six well trained Search & Rescue teams are stationed at 6 Regional Command Centers. 35 Automatic Weather Stations (AWS) are installed in various

catchments areas of Mumbai Suburbs and city. barometric pressure (both inside and out side). recorded in Disaster Management Cell.

AWS are used to All the AWS are

measure rain, temperature, humidity, wind speed, wind direction, interconnected through WAN and live Rain data (every 15 minutes) is The data collected at Disaster Management Cell gives complete picture of isolated downpours in any part of the city or suburbs. It also blows Early Warning Alarm in case of more than 20mm of rainfall in 15 minutes. During monsoon an additional communication system of HAM Radio is also used. All Rain data irrespective of monsoon or otherwise is recorded on centralized server which is used for research purpose and further forecasting the rain pattern. One flow meter is installed at the origin of the Mithi River at Powai which can give the Early Warning in case of rise in water level in Mithi river, which will help in alerting and evacuating the people in down stream area at Kurla, Kalina etc. Disaster Management Cell has provided 2 generators for each ward which will be used basically for illumination of ward control room (established in every monsoon) and ward shelter school in case of power failure. Disaster Management Cell is also rendering the services as a Centralized Complaint Registration System (CCRS). register a civic complaint on 1916. Any citizen of Mumbai can These complaints are registered


online on MCGM portal and forwarded to respective wards/agencies. A database of such complaints is maintained in the server. The complaint system has an automatic feature of escalating the complaint to higher level, if is not attended by the concerned officer in specified time. Disaster Management Cell in MCGM works round the clock. There are LCD TV sets provided in the Disaster Management Cell which continuously runs the news providing information of the city, state, country and world at large. During monsoon rainfall is monitored live in the control room on the computer. A report of the rainfall is prepared daily on hourly basis. High tide and low tide dates are obtained from the Indian Meteorological department and are circulated in advance. Satellite pictures of clouds are monitored through web sites of IMD or Forecast of rain are taken by fax from IMD twice in a day. All major events of the day like flooding, traffic disruption, tree falling, power failure, building collapse are recorded and communicated to higher officers as per Standard Operating Procedures. An additional communication facility of 150 mobile phones is made available in monsoon to the key staff working in flood and Disaster Management. All important messages are communicated to concerned Assistant Commissioners, Deputy Municipal Commissioners, Addl. Municipal Commissioner, Municipal Commissioner, Political leaders and Mantralaya control from time to time. Apart from the Disaster Control Room at Municipal Head Office localized Ward Control Rooms are established during Monsoon.


MUMBAI FIRE BRIGADERESOURCE AVAILABLE FOR THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: A) Man Power : An adequate number of staff needs to be in place to support the efforts of a fire department to provide safety and protection to all the occupancies and occupants. Support staff like administrative staff, auto workshop for repairs & maintenance ,wireless workshop, stores etc. are essential to allow emergency staff members to perform the duties efficiently and assume the responsibilities for which they are employed. To achieve this aim the island city of Mumbai is divided into six commands. The Six Regional Command centers are for Proposed City downsizing operational staff program includes decentralization of administrative and operational command. The Brigade has 33 Fire Stations, with city Headquarters located at Byculla and suburban Headquarters located at Marol. The proposed six regional command are: City Byculla Fire Station Wadala Fire Station Eastern Suburban Vikhroli Fire Station Chembur Fire Station Western Suburban Borivali Fire Station Marol Fire Station

Each region is under the charge of a Deputy Chief Fire Officer. Each Region is further divided into Divisions, which are under charge of Divisional fire Officer. The Divisions are further divided into subdivisions comprising a certain number of Fire Stations. A Sub-Division is under the charge of an Assistant Divisional Officer, while a Station Officer manages a Fire Station B) Vehicles & Equipment and Infrastructure: Mumbai Fire Brigade mission is to protect and serve and to put service above all else. To do so, the Department has design a 7

community-based fire protection system that provides for the appropriate resources, strategically distributed throughout the city. The Department utilizing technology such as fire sprinklers and alarm systems to minimize loss when a fire does occur and latest equipment available to improve response times, all of which help to minimize the risk to the community. Therefore, when an emergency does occur, firefighters are arriving as quickly and safely as possible to effectively handle the emergency. To be effective, the Department has develop a joint vision of responsibility with the residents of this great city to provide for a safe living environment and the quality of life our residents deserve. List of fire stations and vehicles is attached in annexure List of Brigade appliances and equipments is attached in annexure C) Medical Response Under the program on Emergency Medical System , Medical First responder are trained for effective field preparedness incas


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