DUTIES OF THE ZONAL CONTROLLING OFFICER (DY. C.E.)
The Zonal officer is overall in-charge of Disaster Management Plan to meet any Contingency at time of major collapse.
He should attend to the site of disaster to coordinate the Rescue and Rehabilitation Operations.
Keep liaison with higher authorities i.e. Chief Officer/Vice President and other VIPs.4. Arrange to obtain help of other organisations such as BMC, Police, Fire Brigade, and N.G.Os etc. after assessing magnitude of disaster.
Conduct investigations of the cause of disaster and submit report to the Chief Engineer and Chief Officer within three days of Collapse.
Communicate with Public Relations officer/MHADA. Also Communicate with T.V., Radio, Media etc. with prior approval of higher authority.
Keep liaison with M.L.As, MPs, Corporators, etc.
DUTIES OF THE DY. CHIEF OFFICER (Concerned)
On receipt of disaster message, the Dy. Chief Officer (Concerned) shall attend the site and see that alternative accommodation is offered to the affected persons (In absence of Dy. Chief officer, Executive Engineer (Concerned) will perform all the functions of Dy. Chief Officer.
Dy. Chief Officer shall give necessary assistance to the relatives of dead persons, to take possession of dead bodies in liaison with the concerned police officials.
Collect the list of dead / injured persons and arrange for permanent or interim relief to the legal heirs of the victims.
Provide temporary accommodation to affected occupants in case of missing record due to disaster, after verifying authenticity through other means like enquiry with other occupants, police, social workers, etc. Action to verify and regularise such temporary accommodation be taken within 7 days.