“Crafting a public service continuity program from our Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plan that can be shared to the community is something that puts us in a position to have a greater and more meaningful impact in public service.”
This was the welcome message of UPV Vice-Chancellor for Planning and Development Martin Genodepa during the training-workshop of the same title held on November 18-19, 2019, Miagao campus.
Foremost in the discussion in establishing a public service continuity plan were: risks identification, assessment, and impact analysis. Coupled with this are establishment of a risk management plan and protocols.
Prof. Genaro A, Cuaresma and Anjanette Mariano of the UP Resilience Institute were the speakers and facilitators of the event.
UP Vice-President for Administration Nestor Yunque, who was present during the event, highly welcomed the activity and commended UPV for being the first to craft this program with the intent of sharing this to the community. The same sentiment was likewise echoed by UPV Vice-Chancellor for Administration Mary Ann Gumban whose office organized the event.