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					 ENDUMENI
MUNICIPALITY

   Disaster
  Management




CONTINGENCY PLAN


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                                     Table of Contents

Introduction                                              4 - 10

Section 1.

       Organizational Structure                            11
       Communication Network                               12
       Structure – Managers and Sectional Managers         13
       Location of Disaster Management Center              14
       Personnel – Disaster Management Center              15
       Other Organizations                               15 - 16
       Municipal Managers and Sectional Managers           17 - 18

Section 2.                                                19

       Managerial Staff                                   20 – 21
       Guidelines for Information Component               21 – 23
       Staff Compliment                                   23
       Phonetic Alphabet                                  24

Section 3.

       Managerial Staff                                   26
       Staff Compliment                                   27
       Annexure A           Emergency Supplies           28
       Annexure B           Medical Supplies              29
       Annexure C           Fuel, Oil & Gas Supplies      30
       Annexure D           Pipes, Building Materials     31
       Annexure E           Electrical Supplies           32
       Emergency Accommodation                            33
       Emergency Food Preparations                        34
       Guide to determine Capacity of Housing             35
       Guide to Large Scale Catering                      35

Section 4.                                                36

       Managerial Staff                                   37
       Staff Compliment                                   38
       Doctors                                            39
       Provincial Hospital Doctors                        40
       Dentists                                           40
       Blood Transfusion Services                         40
       Pathology Laboratory Depots                        40
       Ambulance Services                                 41
       State Department of Health                         41
       Annexure A: Medical First-aiders                   42
       Annexure B: Psychological First-aiders             43
       Annexure C: Mortuary Facilities                    44
       Annexure D: Veterinarians                          45
       TRIAGE                                             46 - 49



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Section 5.                                                             50

       Managerial Staff                                                51
       Staff Compliment                                                51 – 54
       Annexure A - Own Transport – Civil                              55
       Annexure B1 - Own Transport – Parks & Gardens/Sanitation        56
       Annexure B2 - Own Transport – Parks & Gardens/Sanitation        57
       Annexure B 3 - Own Transport - Parks & Gardens/Sanitation       58
       Annexure C - Transport – Contractors                            59
       Annexure D - Transport - Civil Contractors                      60
       Annexure E - Earth Moving Equipment                             61
       Annexure F - Busses and Combi’s                                 62
       Personnel - Water / Sewerage Reticulation                       63
                    - Roads / Storm water                              63
                    - Building Maintenance                             63
       Annexure G - Water / Sewer Contractors                          64
       Annexure H - Roads / Storm water Contractors                    65

Section 6.                                                             66

       Managerial Staff                                                67
       Staff Compliment                                                68 – 69
       Annexure A1 - Transport – Own Sources                          70
       Annexure A2 - Transport Other Departments                       71
       Annexure A 3 - Transport Other Departments                      72
       Annexure A 4 - Transport Other Departments                      73
       Annexure A 5 - Transport Other Departments                      74
       Annexure B - Electrical Contractors                             75
       Annexure C - Electrical Suppliers                               76

Section 7.                                                             77

       Managerial Staff                                                78
       Staff Compliment                                                78 – 79
       Incident Management N11                                         80
       ANTHRAX POLICING AND PROTOCOLS                                  80 - 81
       Annexure A - Traffic Officers                                   82
       Annexure B - Own Transport                                      82
       Annexure C - Traffic Officers - Other Sources                   83
       Annexure D - Reservists - Traffic Officers                      84
       Annexure E - Fire / Rescue Personnel - Full Time                85
       Annexure F - Fire / Rescue Personnel - Other Municipal Staff    86
       Annexure G - Fire / Rescue Personnel - Volunteers               86
       Annexure H - Back-up Fire / Rescue Services                     87
       Annexure I - Clean-up Services                                  87
       Annexure J - Security - Contractors                             88

Section 8.           ENDUMENI - WASBANK SECTION                        89

       All Contacts and Organizations                                  90



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     DISASTER MANAGEMENT - ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
INTRODUCTION
Disaster Management is the mechanism by which emergency or disaster situations can be
successfully managed and co-ordinated to ensure that the normalization of any situation can take
place in the shortest time possible.

The Disaster management contingency plan enables local authorities and the organisations to
react in a co-ordinated way with the aim of saving lives and property.

The contingency plan is put into operation when a situation is such that the normal emergency
services such as fire, ambulance and other essential services are unable to cope without outside
support or assistance.

A disaster, no matter whether localized or wide spread, strikes a particular locality and when it
is a question of acting expeditiously to save lives and property, to control the situation and to
prevent misdirected and uncoordinated efforts, the initiative and counter measures be taken
immediately and on the spot.

Help or support from elsewhere, no matter how extensive and specialized, can seldom be in time
for immediate action, especially if the stricken area is remote from centres with large resources.
The local inhabitants and local authorities are, therefore, the obvious agencies that should
prepare for disaster management operations in their respective areas.

The local authority is, therefore, responsible for planning for the protection of the community.
Setting up the disaster management machinery and drawing up contingency plans for the
disasters that could occur in the area, and;

The individual, in tern, is responsible for ensuring that he himself is adequately prepared to help
him, and or his neighbors in a disaster. To associate himself with the disaster management
organisation and to be trained, if necessary, in a role in which he can best be of help.
             POPULATION OF THE ENTIRE ENDUMENI MUNICIPAL JURISDICTION

                                WHITE…………………………6449
                                COLOURED……………………1568
                                ASIAN…………………………..4915
                                BLACK………………………..31137
                                OTHER…………………………..348

1.   DISASTER POTENTIAL

The following disaster situations should be considered when compiling a contingency plan.

 Natural disasters
 Man made or industrial disasters
 Enemy or insurgent action

Under natural disasters, we could find the following;

    Flooding
    Earthquakes or tremors
    Cyclones or tornadoes
    Serious epidemics
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Man made or industrial disasters include the following:

    Extensive bush fires
    Extensive fires in built - up areas
    Aircraft crashes in built – up areas
    Serious train accidents
    Explosions – gas facilities
    Bus accidents
    Escape of poisonous gasses
    Strikes and accidental disruption in essential services i.e.
    Electricity
    Water supplies
    Refuse removal
    Transport services


The Results of Enemy Action or Insurrection Could Cause the Following:

 Disruption of essential services by sabotage attacks
 Bomb outrages in built – up areas or in crowded premises
 Rampaging rioters causing extensive fires or casualties or necessitating the evacuation of
  large numbers of people
 Refugee influx


2.      MEASURES REQUIRED

The measures required to cope with each identified disaster situation are then determined and
summarized, giving the overall measures which the disaster management organization will have
to provide. These may include the following;

    Evacuation and treatment of injured victims
    Fire fighting and rescue
    Crowd and traffic control
    Provision of emergency transportation
    Restoration of essential services by volunteers or alternative means of provision of such
     services
    Provision of emergency accommodation and comforting of distressed persons
    Collection and distribution of relief supplies
    Establishment of emergency communication
    Public information
    Large scale food preparation and distribution
    Provision of emergency health services




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     3. THE INFRASTRUCTURE


     The objectives of a disaster management organization are the following:

 To establish a disaster management center to effectively control, direct and co-ordinate the
  various services in such a way that it will be capable of dealing with any disaster or
  emergency

 To prepare a broad plan of action to meet any likely disaster situation

 To establish, and train where necessary, groups of people, each with specific responsibilities,
  to carry out the necessary functions during a disaster management operation

 To establish a central communication center and to ensure effective communications at all
  times

 To combine manpower and resources to the best advantage

 To establish order and prevent chaos when disaster strikes



4.      THE CONTROL ELEMENT

This will consist of three controlling elements:

 Disaster Management Center (operations control)

 Central Communications Center

 Advance Operational Center (at the Scene)

The above elements are utilized to effect a co-ordinated operation and thereby preventing the
following:

 Loss of life or property

 Extended recovery period

 Disintegration of essential services

 Additional relief teams and equipment

 Duplication of relief work

 Disillusionment of workers

 Criticism




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                                 D.M.C.
                                 DISASTER
                                MANAGEMENT
                                  CENTER




                                                          INFORMATION
        CENTRAL                                            COMPONENT
     COMMUNICATION
        CENTER
         C.C.C.




                                   A.O.C
                                   ADVANCE
                                OPERATIONAL
                                  CENTER




Health            Welfare   Technical       Engineering   Traffic       Fire




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5.     SYSTEM OF CONTROL

Once the infrastructure has been established, a system of control has to be devised. In order to
do this; a decision has to be made as to which basic control system should be adopted. There are
two systems of command and control;

 The committee system, or
 The single command system

In the disaster management role, the two systems would function as follows;
5.1.          The committee system

Under the committee system, a committee consisting of the service heads under the
chairmanship of the chief of Disaster Management is formed. Decisions are made jointly by the
committee and implemented by the service heads using their respective staffs, etc.
5.2.          The single command system

In this system, the chief of disaster management assumes overall control and the service heads
act as advisors.

The committee system is flexible, affords freedom to it’s members and can be kept small, but,
however, is slow in reaching decisions. The single command system, on the other hand, allows a
more direct line of command and is speedier in reaction. The single system command is,
however, more rigid and prone to bureaucratism.

In the case of a large organisation with several subordinate elements, the committee system
would probably prove the most practical system to adopt, but in a small organisation with five
or less sub-elements, the single commander system may prove more suitable. It will all
depend upon the ability and experience of the Chief of Disaster Management.

A combination of both systems is also feasible. The single commander system could be
applied in initiating the operation and then pass over to the committee system for further
planning and actions required for the conduct of the operation once the committee members
have assembled.
6.          INSTUMENTS OF CONTROL

6.1 Central Communication Centre.

       a.)      This center is the vital communication core for evaluation, decisions and
                instructions and should, ideally, be located inside a substantial building, and be
                readily accessible to the personnel who will staff it.
        b.)     There should also be adequate parking in close proximity to the centre.

     In order to facilitate effective control, the centre requires the following:

      i)        An operations room with wall space for maps and displays.
      ii)       Adequate lighting and ventilation.
     iii)       Should be as self-supporting as possible, even to the extent of having its own
                emergency power plant.
     iv)        The communication equipment should include-


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      a) Telephones, Radio with domestic frequency, Radio with Disaster Management
         Frequency to facilitate communications with S.A.P.S., S.A.N.D.F., Rural Management
         Units and other surrounding Local Authorities.
      b) To ensure effective radio communications, the centre should be located, as far as
         possible, in the centre of the area of responsibility and in such a position as will provide
         effective communications over the whole area.

6.2       Service Command Posts

       a) The heads of the various services will need some form of headquarters from which to
          co-ordinate and control the activities of their respective services. These posts will also
          need facilities for displaying maps, etc. plus radio and telephones. (Own offices can be
          used).

       b) Whether the command posts are static or mobile depends on the role of the service. If
          the Command post is to be static it should also be situated in a position to most
          effectively perform its function and to provide effective communications.
          The public relations element, for instance, should be as close as possible to the D.M.C in
          order to facilitate the collection and the correlation of information, and to act as the
          Chief of Disaster Management’s public relations mouthpiece.

6.3.     Advanced Operations Centre. (A.O.C.)

          Where the disaster is of a localised nature, which is normally the case, it may be useful
          to establish an A.O.C. at the scene of the disaster. The official, or officials, in or at the
          A.O.C. must be in direct contact by radio or live (cell phone) with the Chief of Disaster
          Management, and acts as his eyes and ears at the scene.
          The A.O.C. Controller co-ordinates the activities of the various services at the scene and
          issues any instructions on behalf of the Chief of Disaster Management, but should not
          interfere with the activities of services requiring a certain degree of expertise with which
          he may not be familiar, such as fire-fighting, first-aid, ect.
          The A.O.C. need only be a marked vehicle with a radio or it can be established in a
          convenient building.

7.       METHOD OF CONTROL

          Control is normally exercised by the dissemination of the decisions made by the Chief of
          Disaster Management or the committee by means of directives or instructions. These
          instructions etc. must be recorded and are passed on to the service heads who in turn
          implement them by issuing further verbal or written instructions to the personnel under
          their direct control.
          The service heads and Chief of Disaster Management are kept in the picture of
          developments at the scene of the disaster by means of reports, etc. sent back to the S.C.P.
          or D.M.C.

          There is nothing preventing the service heads or the Chief of Disaster Management from
          doing on-the-spot inspections and reconnaissance’s, but they should always be in direct
          radio or cellphone contact with their respective command posts and the Central
          Communications Centre.




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     Military Units.

     Military Units employed in Disaster Management tasks maintain unit integrity and remain
     under military control, but the local Chief of Disaster Management should decide where and
     when he needs military support. Control of South African National Defence Force members
     deployed in aid of local authorities will, normally be exercised by a Commander or Liaison
     Officer who should be attached to the A.O.C. or D.M.C. where he acts as a link between the
     centre and the formation staff, and also as an adviser on the employment of the troops.


7.   VOLUNTEERS

     Once the control machinery has been provided for it is necessary to consider the manpower
     resources needed to provide the effort required.
     In most disaster situations, the volunteer helpers provide the bulk of the personnel to carry
     out the first-aid, rescue, firefighting, traffic control and welfare functions. No Disaster
     Management organisation can function effectively without the services of these volunteers.
     When disaster strikes, there is normally a flood of people who want to help and who can
     render valuable assistance, but such help can be wrongly applied and wasted if not properly
     co-ordinated and controlled. It is, therefore, necessary to identify potential volunteers
     before a disaster strikes, establish the most useful way in which such volunteers’ ability,
     talents, skills and temperament may be applied and to organise them into teams, etc. to
     facilitate mobilization and control.

     Getting the general public to accept the fact that they are vulnerable to disaster and should
     play a positive part in any Disaster Management program is a very difficult task.
     (Disasters only happen to other people!).
     Steps should be taken to get the full attention of the public to the fact that, apart from the
     moral and humanitarian considerations, Disaster Management is an integral part of the total
     defence capability, without forgetting the combined response to natural and man-made
     disasters too.

     In spite of all steps taken to motivate the public, however, there will be a large number of
     people who will only realise their community responsibility when a disaster actually strikes
     and will then offer their services. These people can be usefully employed under the control
     of trained volunteers and the organisation should be so designed that this is possible.

     The Roles Where Women Are Practically Indispensable are-

        Rendering of First Aid to the injured.
        Treatment of the sick and injured.
        Control of the collection and distribution of relief supplies,
        Catering and comforting distressed survivors of a disaster.
        Care of the young and aged.
        Radio and Telephone operators.
        Drivers of vehicles.




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(See organigram 1 win. Exel. STRUCTURE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT HEADS
AND SECTIONAL HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS)




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(see organigram 2 – excel w/s ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES)




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(See organigram 3 win. Exel. STRUCTURE OF DISASTER MANAGEMENT HEADS
AND SECTIONAL HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS)




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Section 1.c.          Location of the Disaster Management Center (D.M.C.)

1.    Permanent Headquarters.
      Protection Services Offices,
      8 Diaz Road,
      Dundee.
      Tel: (034) 2122121 ext 292
      Fax: (034) 2123856
      Radio Call Sign: 9111 CONTROL

2.    Alternative Headquarters.
      Protection Services Head Office,
      Cnr. Karel Landman and Biggar Streets,
      Glencoe.
      Tel: (034) 3931121
      Fax: (034) 3931802.
      Radio Call Sign: VICTOR 0 (zero)

     Requirements for D.M.C.

      Radio & Telephone Communications.
      Emergency Power Supply for Radio’s, Telephones & Lighting.
       & Maps for:
      Ops, Water & Sewer Reticulation, Main Roads, alt. Routes, Elec. Reticulation,
      Schools, Churches, Halls, Fire Hydrants, Swimming Pools.
      Table & Chairs.
      Ablutions.

Section 1.d.    Requirements for Advance Operations Centre (A.O.C)

     The A.O.C can be a vehicle, trailer or a convenient building:
     The main requirements:-

 Markings for Control Vehicle (Traffic Cone or Magnetic Signs).
 Two-way Radio.
 Maps for: - Ops, Water \ Sewer, Fire - Hydrants, Roads, Swimming Pools, Electricity
  Reticulation.
 Identification Vests for Control Official, First Aid Co-Ordinator & Doctor, Traffic
  Control, Police.
 Barrier Tape or Cones to Cordon off the Area.
 Emergency Lighting.

     The first official to arrive at the scene should set up the A.O.C. and make himself / herself
     identifiable. Command can be relinquished to a more senior official.
     It is important for the head or deputy information services to report to the A.O.C.
     Only control personnel who are required or requested to the scene should remain at the
     A.O.C.

     (Overcrowding usually hampers the efficient functioning; therefore, persons not really
     needed should return to the S.P.C’s, D.M.C)

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Section 1.e.      DISASTER MANAGEMENT CENTER ( D.M.C )

Personnel.

1.          Chief Disaster Management.
            D.B. Cebekhulu.                84 Oldacre Street, Dundee            (034) 218 1166
                                                                            Cell: 082 3214 532
2.          Deputy Chief Disaster Management.
            S. Perumall                    9 Begonia Street, Dundee              (034) 218 1664

3.          Disaster Management Officer.
            A. E. Kukard                   105 Kemp Street, Glencoe            (034) 393 1976
                                                                            Cell: 082 935 4170
          Maps & Plotting Personnel.
          A.P. van ZYL                             14 Park Street,Glencoe.  (034) 393 2354
          N.C.J. BEZUIDENHOUT                      95 Kemp Street,Glencoe. (034) 393 2383
          J.G. MULHATTON                         7 Pongola Crescent, Dundee. 082 870 2259
          Telephone Operators.
          A. BROCKMAN                              Farm Maybole                     082 541 4829
          C. KOCH                                91 Smith Street,Dundee.            082 620 1313
          Radio Operators.
          M. JACKSON                               18 Ken Doepking Street.          083 666 4324
          L. FOUCHE
          V. JEEBODH

OTHER ORGANISATIONS:
a.)       Representative – Provincial Administration.
         CHARLES F. CARY                     Tel. (W) (033) 355 6234           Cell: 082 850 2034
         LIZ DIEDERICKS                      Tel. (W) (033) 355 6289           Cell: 082 821 3389
         MRS. C. ALLI                        Tel. (W) (033) 355 6233
         MR. S. LEWIS                        Tel. (W) (033) 355 6251
         Mr. S. RAMSAMOOJH                   Tel. (W) (033) 355 6254

b.)        DISASTER MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE OF SOUTHERN AFRICA
          Tel. (011) 822 1634   Fax. (011) 822 3563    P.O. Box 1730, Primrose Hill, 1417
          Email : disaster@disaster.co.za   Web site: http:// disaster.co.za

c)         Umzinyathi Regional Council.
          O. B. KUNENE         (Municipal Manager)                                Cell: 082 553 8051
          N.L.K. Building, Victoria Street, Dundee.
          FAX: (034) 218 1940




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c.)        South African Police Services:                (Glencoe)       Tel: (034) 932 7700
                                                         ( Dundee)       Tel: (034) 218 1601
           Supt. A.J. ACKERMAN     13 Thorhold Street,Dundee . Tel.(H) (034) 218 1998
           Capt. K. Van HEERDEN VOSTER 23A Church Street,Glencoe
                                                                  Cell: 082 7255 622
           Capt. H. Van JAARSVELD 107 Dammann Street, GlencoeTel: (H) (034) 393 1271

           Supt. H.J. BOTHA                           Dundee          Tel: (W) (034) 299 9700
                                                                          Cell: 082 444 4822
           Capt. MOODLEY                              Dundee          Tel: (W) (034) 299 9700
                                                                         Cell: 083 5258 326
           Capt.(v) BOTHA                             Dundee          Tel: (W) (034) 299 9700
                                                                          Cell: 082 8233 012

d.)        South African National Defence Force (Commando)             Tel:   (034) 212 1454

           Lt. Col. D. SLABBERT                                        Tel: (034) 212 1580
                                                                          Cell: 082 9344 547

           Maj. L. LOMBARD                                            Tel: (H) (034) 621 2155

           Rsm.(Sgt) P.J. TRICHARDT                                   Tel: (H) (034) 212 1788
                                                                        Cell: 082 3313 767


      4.    RURAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS - (AMAKOSI)




                     COMMUNICATION CENTERS - OTHER MUNICIPALITIES

           NEWCASTLE

           Chief Executive Officer/ Town Clerk                              (034)   312 7211
                                                               After Hours: (034)   312 1299
           Executive Director – Electrical/Mechanical                       (034)   312 1296
                                                               After Hours: (034)   312 7211
           Executive Director – Civil Services                              (034)   317 1270
                                                               After Hours: (034)   317 1270
           Executive Director – Community Services                          (034)   312 7211

           PROTECTION SERVICES:                        Emergency Number: (034) 312 1222
           Fire Services                                                (034) 312 1222
           Security                                                     (034) 312 5888
           Traffic                                                      (034) 312 5888

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     LADYSMITH.

     Chief Executive Officer/Town Clerk                             (036)   637 2231
     Borough Electrical Engineer                                    (036)   637 6905
     Borough Engineer                                               (036)   637 6804
     Fire / Traffic Services                             All Hours: (036)   631 1777


     VRYHEID.

     Chief Executive Officer/Town Clerk                 All Hours: (034) 982 2133
     Electricity                                        All Hours: (034) 982 2947
     Engineer – Civil                                   All Hours: (034) 982 2906
     Health Services                                               (034) 982 2525
     Protection Services                                           (034) 982 2948
                                                      After Hours: (034) 982 2133

                               ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
                              DEPARTMENTAL MANAGERS               ( D.M.C. )

a) Manager Corporate Services.

   S. PERUMALL            9 Begonia Street, Dundee.          Tel: (H) (034) 218 1664
                                                                 Cell: 083 229 3583

b) Manager Financial Services.

   M. T. HESLOP           14 Bloukrans Street, Dundee.       Tel: (H) (034) 212 1829
                                                                 Cell: 083 228 6203

c) Manager Technical Services.

   B. MALTMAN             3 Umvoti Drive, Dundee             Tel: (H) (034) 212 1829
                                                                 Cell: 083 228 6203

d) Sectional Manager – Health Services.

   J. S. du PLESSIS       71 Bulwer Street, Dundee,          Tel: (H) (034) 212 3421
                                                                  Cell: 082 451 7081

e) Sectional Manager – Legal and Estates Services.

   C.J. RETIEF            3 Park Street, Glencoe.            Tel: (H) (034) 393 1380




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f) Sectional Manager – Administration Services.

   A. J. van WYK           27 Begonia Street, Dundee.         Tel: (H) (034) 218 1046
                                                                   Cell: 083 228 6202

g) Sectional Manager – Safety and Security.

   M. E. NDLOVU            61 New Extension, Sibongile.       Tel: (H) (034) 212 4459
                                                                  Cell: 082 899 3415

h) Sectional Manager – Financial Services.

   H. R. J. van RENSBURG          10 Fouche Street, Dundee.   Tel: (H) (034) 218 1463
                                                                  Cell: 082 935 9072

i) Sectional Manager – Civil Engineering.

   M. S. CHETTY            28 Starling Street, Dundee.        Tel: (H) (034) 212 1809
                                                                  Cell: 082 449 8225

j) Sectional Manager – Electrical Engineering.

   L. van der MERWE        107 Ryley Street, Dundee.          Tel: (H) (034) 212 2350
                                                                   Cell: 082 870 4752

k) Sectional Manager – Sanitation.

   N. B. ROSE              29 Fouche Street, Dundee.          Tel: (H) (034) 212 1559
                                                                   Cell: 082 870 4751




                                SECTION 2 FOLLOWS




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       Section 2


ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
DISASTER MANAGEMENT




  CONTINGENCY PLAN
         FOR
INFORMATION COMPONENT



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Section 2.

Manager Corporate Services.

S. PERUMALL                  9 Begonia Street, Dundee.             Tel: (H) (034) 218 1664
                                                                        Cell: 083 229 3583
Sectional Manager – Legal and Estates

C.J. RETIEF                          3 Park Street,Glencoe         Tel: (H) (034) 393 1380

Sectional Manager – Administration.

A.J. van WYK                         27 Begonia Street, Dundee. Tel: (H) (034) 218 1046
                                                                    Cell: 083 228 6202

Alternative Sectional Head – Legal and Estates.

N.C.J. BEZUIDENHOUT 95 Kemp Street,Glencoe.                        Tel: (H) (034) 393 2383
                                                                       Cell:

Alternative Sectional Head – Administration.

A.P. van ZYL                 14 Park Street, Glencoe.                       (034) 3932354



Functions:

      Responsible for Radio and Telecommunications
      Plotting of actions on Maps
      Public Relations
      Responsible for all outgoing information to Media
      Handling of all Legal matters relating to the disaster or Emergency Situation
      Keeping records of all fatalities, injuries, and Hospitalized persons
      Keeping records of all evacuees, and relocated persons during and after
       a disaster / emergency until situation normalizes.
      Keeping of records of personnel participating in disaster.

       ( THIS INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE FROM THE SECTIONAL MANAGER
                              HEALTH SERVICES)

Control Center Staff:

Radio Operators.

      M. Jackson                    18 Ken Doepking Street,Glencoe.       083 666 4324
      L. Fouche
      V. Jeebodh




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Telephone Operators:

      M.M. Prinsloo                  Pro-Nobis Farm, Fort Mistake.          (034) 6212101
      A. Brockman                    Farm Maybole                            082 541 4829
      C. Koch                        91 Smith Street,Dundee.                 082 620 1313

Plotting and Reports:
    A.P. van Zyl                     14 Park Street,Glencoe.                (034) 3932354
    N.C.J. Bezuidenhout              95 Kemp Street, Glencoe.               (034) 3932383
       J.G. Mulhatton                7 Pongola Crescent,Dundee.              082 870 2259

All messages are to be recorded on voice logger and written messages to be on Disaster
Management Stationary as provided.

Messengers:
   T.D. Zwane                        365 Ethuleni Street, Sithembile.
   T.M. Mhlungu                      116 Biggar Street, Dundee.             082 819 5159

The importance of Public Relations cannot be over-emphasized. The public relations
component is responsible for providing the Public and Media with factual and detailed
information on the disaster situation.

The collection of vital facts and the conversion of these facts into information must be
based on a logical system of thought and action, which makes the best use of all available
resources. This system can be termed the information processing cycle, which, as its name
implies, is a continuous operation. Once it has been set in motion, the cycle initially follows a
chronological stage sequence, but when information begins to flow in, the stages, which
comprise it, may all be going on simultaneously.

The information processing cycle consists of three basic activities:

a) An intellectual process initiated by the disaster situation, whereby the information needs are
   determined.
b) A mechanical process for collecting and recording the required facts.
c) A further intellectual process whereby the facts available are interpreted in order to produce
   factual information.

The stages of the cycle are as follows:

1. Determination of Information Required

   a) The determination of the information required is an intellectual process where the
      official must use his or her imagination to decide what sort of information the members
      of the public and the news media will want to know about the disaster and how soon
      (determination of priorities). Unless careful thought is given to this stage, valuable time
      and effort may be wasted during the following stages.

b) Basically, what the public want and have a right to know, is what has happened, when, how
   and who is involved. At a later stage, they will want to know why.
   Broadly, the information required would include the following:



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 Details of the disaster – where, when and how it occurred.

 Details of casualties – number of dead and injured, where injured are hospitalized, names of
  dead and seriously injured.

 Details of rescue and relief measures.

 Planned future action or steps, e.g. financial relief, etc.

     a.) Collection of Facts.

Collection of information cannot be performed haphazardly. It should be the result of a thoroughly
considered plan, directed at the gathering of facts, etc. of a specific nature. The majority of this
information is gleaned from reports observations, etc. coming into the control enter, although quite
a lot of information will have to be obtained from direct questions to officials, e.g. control center
personnel, etc.


     a.) Processing of Information

This stage involves the comparative analysis of information and embraces three separate but
closely inter-related activities, i.e.-

     a.)      Evaluation

The first step in the processing stage is to evaluate the information for relevancy and accuracy.
A great deal of information will come into the control enter and each item should be
considered from a relevancy point of view. If the item has no bearing on the information
required, then it should be ignored. The source of relevant information should then be
considered from the reliability and accuracy point of view. Where the reliability of the source
or accuracy of the information is suspect, such information should be treated as unconfirmed
information and steps taken to verify the information by direct questioning or cross-referencing
to other similar or related reports, etc.

b)         Collation

Once the information has been evaluated, it is necessary to sort, group and record the
information in such a way that related items may be conveniently compared, studied and
reported, in other words, built up into a “story”. This is normally done on a worksheet, which
provides for the systematic recording of information in such a way that related information
could be readily grouped and compared.

c)         Interpretation

The final step in the processing stage is to group all related items of information and to produce
a report which gives a clear picture or story of the situation, for dissemination to the public, etc.
During this process the public relations officials should have a great deal of judgement and
discretion when deciding how to phrase any reports that may not be quite clear or unconfirmed.
Clear, unambiguous statements, no matter how unpalatable, tend to restore the confidence of
the public, but vague suppositions may often have the opposite effect.

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d.)    Dissemination
To be of value, the information must reach the press media and public quickly and in a usable
form, and the most effective way to do this is through the news media. The press is keen to get
this information and will ensure that it gets to the public. Unfortunately, due to pressure of
deadlines and the attraction of sensationalism, misreporting and reporting out of context
frequently happens and causes severe embarrassment to all concerned. Due to this
tendency, it is advisable to maintain some form of record of information passed on to the press,
etc. These can be either in the form of written reports or recorded press conferences. During an
emergency, the truth plainly stated, as early as possible, can allay the fears of the public. Public
relations staff should be prepared to receive representatives of the news media and be ready to
provide them with statements on the situation.
When it is safe enough they may even be taken on controlled tours of the disaster site by
members of the staff. It is most disturbing for personnel working under trying conditions at the
scene of a disaster to be harassed by reporters trying to get information and if the press are
confident that they will be given as much factual information as possible by the public
relations staff, they will not try to ferret out information.
Quite a large portion of the public, regrettably, will not or cannot be associated with the Disaster
Management Organization, and it is therefore necessary that they be advised on what to do in
the case of an emergency, primary to avoid panic.
This can be done in a variety of ways, e.g. by means of newsletters, or bulletins distributed to
all householders or by radio or T.V. talks at the time of the disaster.

It must be remembered, however, that people tend to put off reading any long
documents that are not of current interest.
Bulletins should, therefore, be concise and written in simple language so that
members of the public will, firstly, read them and secondly, remember what
they have read.
       STAFF COMPLIMENT:
       R. BHARTU                                      J.J. NKOSI
       P. MTHOMBENI                                   S. MAHARAJ
       P.McFADDEN                                      K. PATHER
       B. GRADIDGE                                     V. MTHEMBU
       J. KUSEL                                        A. ZUNGU
       J. LAMULA                                       R. MASONDO
       M. SIKAKANE                                     M. PRETORIUS
       B.R. RAGUBEER                                   T.C. SHELEMBE
       C.L. SIBISI                                     J.L. STEENKAMP
       LABOURERS:
       CORPORATE SERVICES                                     1
       MUSEUM                                                 5
       LIBRARY McKENZIE ST.                                   1
       LIBRARY BOUNDARY Rd.                                   1
       LIBRARY SIBONGILE                                      2
       LIBRARY – GLENRIDGE                                    1
       M.O.T.H. HALL                                          1
       TOWN HALL - GLENCOE                                    5
       MUN.OFFICES - GLENCOE                                  3
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                 DISASTER MANAGEMENT

                ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY

               INFORMATION COMPONENT


Phonetic Alphabet for all Radio Operations.



A          ALPHA                          N    NOVEMBER
B          BRAVO                          O    OSCAR
C          CHARLIE                        P    PAPPA
D          DELTA                          Q    QUEBEC
E          ECHO                           R    ROMEO
F          FOXTROT                        S    SIERRA
G          GOLF                           T    TANGO
H          HOTEL                          U    UNIFORM
I          INDIA                          V    VICTOR
J          JULIET                     W        WHISKEY
K          KILO                           X    X-RAY

L          LIMA                           Y    YANKEE

M          MIKE                           Z    ZULU


                           SECTION 3 FOLLOWS

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       Section 3


ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
DISASTER MANAGEMENT




  CONTINGENCY PLAN
        FOR
LOCAL ADMINISTRATION
     COMPONENT


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Section 3.

1. a.) Manager Financial Services

        M.T. HESLOP              14 Bloukrans Street, Dundee. Tel: (H) (034) 2121892
                                                                 Cell: 083 228 6203
1. b.) Sectional Manager Financial Services

        H.R.J. van RENSBURG            10 Fouché Street, Dundee.       Tel: (H) (034) 2181463
                                                                          Cell: 082 935 9072
1. c.) Alternative Departmental Head Financial Services

        C.C. WAIT                      8 Iris Street, Dundee.          Tel: (H) (034) 2121676
                                                                          Cell: 082 435 8230

2.      Functions:

    Co-ordinate purchasing of other departments.
    Management Actions. (Info. from relevant departments).
    Responsible for records of all invoices for payments.
    Keeping of records – all finances received for Disaster Management
    Responsible for all purchases e.g. food, clothing, blankets, fuel etc. during emergencies.
    Responsible for emergency accommodation for disaster stricken.
    Responsible for co-ordinating food preparation for disaster victims.


3.1.    Purchasing:

Responsible Person.

1.      D.C. JONES     4a Beaconsfield Street,Dundee.    Tel: (H) (034) 2122818
2.      M.C. NHLENGETHWA      481 Luvuno St.Sibongile. Tel: (H) (034) 2121871
3.      V.G. SONPAL           118 Biggar Street,Glencoe. Tel: (H) (034) 3931214
4.      N. KUNHEE             9A Grey Street,Dundee.


3.2.    Invoicing:

Responsible Person.

1.      C.C. WAIT                      8 Iris Street,Dundee.          Tel: (H) (034) 2121676
                                                                          Cell: 082 435 8230
2.      C. van der MERWE               79 Oldacre Street,Dundee.      Tel: (H) (034) 2181325
3.      E. BOTHA                       2 Oldacre Place,Dundee.        Tel: (H) (034) 2181874
4.      F. THOMAS                      14 Tweede Laan,Glencoe.        Tel: (H) (034) 3933209

Annexure A     –   Emergency Supplies
Annexure B     –   Medical Supplies
Annexure C     –   Fuel, Oil & Gas Supplies
Annexure D     –   Pipes, Building Materials


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3.3   STAFF COMPLIMENT.



      L.J.B.v.d. Nest     3 Iris Street,Dundee.                (034)   2121557
      E. Botha            2 Oldacre Place, Dundee.             (034)   2181874
      A. Anandale         6 Chard Street,Dundee.               (034)   2182502
      B.P.K.Habig         6 Ingagane Street,Dundee.            (034)   2182571
      D.C. Jones          4a Beaconsfield Street,Dundee.       (034)   2122818
      R.V. Naidoo         33 Reynold Street,Dundee.            (034)   2182197
      N. Kunhee           9a Grey Street,Dundee.
      M.C. Nhlengethwa    481 Luvuno Street,Sibongile.          (034) 2121871
      M.C. Nortjé         3 Imtolozi Street,Dundee.             (034) 2182015
      G.L. Potgieter      3 Malva Street,Dundee.           Cell: 083 428 7474
      A.J. Jonker         13 Francis Street,Glencoe.            (034) 3931717
      R. Gunpath          8 Indumeni Street,Dundee.             (034) 2123322
      M.C. Labuschagne    23 Durrowin Flats,Dundee.             (034) 2124145
      M.A. Coetzee        45 Cornhill Street,Dundee.            (034) 2121054
      S.A. Alli           9 North Street,Dannhauser.            (034) 6212374
      A. van Zyl          2 Hardy Street,Dundee.           Cell: 082 541 1177
      S.P. Madlala        520 Xaba Street, Sibongile.      Cell: 082 475 7529
      M. Ahrens           10 Azalia Street,Dundee.              (034) 2122542
      B.J. Meyer          132 Victoria Street,Dundee.           (034) 2181806
      P.N. Sikakhane      23 Birkett Street,Dundee.             (034) 2181359
      N.P. Khumalo        68 Colley Street,Dundee.              (034) 2121766
      P.E. Ndlovu         496 Luvuno Street, Sibongile.    Cell: 082 406 0440



      C.v.d. Merwe        79 Oldacre Street,Dundee.           (034) 2181325
      F. Thomas           14 Tweede Laan,Glencoe.             (034) 3933209
      N.J. Olivier        9 Sipres Laan,Glencoe.
      W. Bezuidenhout     95 Kemp Street,Glencoe.             (034) 3932383
      L. van Rooyen       7 Bloekom Laan,Glencoe.        Cell: 082 856 7660
      M.S. Carelse        24 Kerk Street,Glencoe.             (034) 3932101
      V.G. Sonpal         118 Biggar Street,Glencoe.          (034) 3931214
      B.V.C. Ncala        259 Ndumeni Street,Sithembile.      (034) 3932239
      N.T.G. Mhlungu      666 Thusi Street,Sibongile.         (034) 2131103
      R. Sohan            5 Buttercup Road,Glencoe.           (034) 3932971
      N. A. Kunene        Sibongile,Dundee.




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT         -             ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
LOCAL ADMINISTRATION COMPONENT        -             ANNEXURE A
EMERGENCY SUPPLIES.                           (FOOD & BLANKETS)

        COMPANY            CONTACT          TEL. O/ HRS       TEL. A/ HRS


  BUTTERFIELD BAKERY                        (034) 2182377

   CASSIM’S BUTCHERY                        (034)   2123052
                                            (034)   2122143
     CHARLIES SPAR                          (034)   2122144
                                            (034)   2123190
       CHECKERS                             (034)   2122113

 CHECKERS MEAT MARKET                       (034) 2121687

  COLD CHAIN (PTY) LTD.                     (034) 2124159


   HOOSENS BUTCHERY                         (034) 2122339

    MODEL BUTCHERY                          (034) 2182082

  MUSLIM MEAT MARKET                        (034) 2121653

     NATAL MILLING                          (034) 2182165
      DISTRIBUTORS                          (034) 2182110

 NATIONAL CO-OP DAIRIES                     (034) 2181800
                                            (034) 2122086
 METRO CASH & CARRY                         (034) 2124307

   PEP STORES DUNDEE                        (034) 2121309

 PICK & PAY SUPERMARKET                     (034) 2181142

  POP IN SUPERMARKET                        (034) 2124670

      PRICE & PRIDE                         (034) 2181840

     RANK BUTHERY                           (034)   2124773
                                            (034)   2123157
  TFS WHOLESALERS                           (034)   2123158
                                            (034)   2123159

  TRI-STAR SUPERMARKET                      (034) 2123814

      WHITE HOUSE                           (034) 2121614
     SUPERMARKET

     GLENCOE SPAR                           (034) 3931160

    GLENCOE CENTRAL                         (034) 3931278
       BUTCHERY                             (034) 3933300

 ECONOMIC SUPPLY STORE                      (034) 3931206

  NORTH CITY W/SALERS                       (034) 2124121




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT     -                           ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
LOCAL ADMINISTRATION COMPONENT              -                 ANNEXURE B
MEDICAL SUPPLIES.

      COMPANY                     CONTACT               TEL. O/ HRS       TEL. A/ HRS


ENDUMENI PROVINCIAL                                     (034) 2121111
     HOSPITAL

DUNDEE MEDICINE CHAIN                                   (034) 2182122

DUNDEE TRADING PHARM.                                   (034) 2181683
                                                                          (034) 3932814
  MPATI PHARMACY              Miss. D. STEYTLER         (034) 2181797      082 553 3967
                        ADMINISTRATOR - NQUTU           (034) 2710083
  C.J.M. HOSPITAL       SWITCH BOARD                    (034) 2711900     (034) 2711900




                                 EYE CARE



     VISUAL CARE        11 PICK & PAY CENTRE, DUNDEE    (034) 2123214

LANCE KING & PARTNERS   63 GLADSTONE STREET, DUNDEE     (034) 2123011

      IN-FOCUS              58 ANN STREET, DUNDEE       (034) 2122030     082 460 4893




                             DENTAL SERVICES
                                                        (034)   2122181
  Dr. CORNIE MALAN      33 B CORNHILL STREET,DUNDEE     (034)   2122517   (034) 2182207
                                                        (034)   3932142
 Dr. RIAAN PRETORIUS    7 van RIEBEECK STREET,GLENCOE   (034)   3932152




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT         -                     ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
LOCAL ADMINISTRATION COMPONENT       -                      ANNEXURE C
FUEL, OIL, GAS & MOTOR SPARES SUPPLIERS

       COMPANY                  CONTACT           TEL. O/ HRS         TEL. A/ HRS


                         BULK FUEL SUPPLIERS
 CALTEX OIL (PTY) LTD.       Mr. K.M. PILLAI       (036) 637 2351      083 786 5407

ENGEN PETROLIUM LTD.         Mr. D. NAICKER        (036) 633 0591      083 628 0003

 TOTAL SA. (PTY) LTD.        Mrs. F. DOBBINS       (036) 633 3691      082 926 7685



                         LOCAL FILLING STATIONS



   HI – WAY DELTA                                  (034) 212 4156

JEFF’S SERVICE STATION                             (034) 218 2488

   TRISTAR SERVICE                                 (034) 212 3461
       STATION

     NDE MOTORS                                    (034)   212 1916   (034) 212 2915
                                                   (034)   212 1165
   DUNDEE TOYOTA                                   (034)   212 1166
                                                   (034)   212 1167

  GLENCOE MOTORS                                   (034) 393 1177      082 561 1182

                          LP GAS SUPPLIERS
ARROW SUPERMARKET                                  (034) 393 1862

    AMOD & SONS                                    (034) 218 1337

GLENCOE SCRAP METAL                                 083 631 5176       083 631 5176
    MERCHANTS



                           MOTOR SPARES
                                                   (034)   212 1696
NORTH’S MOTOR SPARES                               (034)   212 2265
                                                   (034)   212 1105
BIG WHEEL MOTORS LTD.                              (034)   212 2537



                         TYRES & EXHAUSTS
                                                   (034) 212 2072
AUTODEN TYRE SERVICE                               (034) 218 2254
                                                   (034) 218 1778
SUPA QUICK AUTO CENTR                               080 011 0504
                                                   (034) 212 4441
 MOLL’S RETREADING                                 (034) 212 3025


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DISASTER MANAGEMENT       -                       ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
LOCAL ADMINISTRATION COMPONENT                  -          ANNEXURE D
HARDWARE & BUILDING MATERIALS

       COMPANY                   CONTACT            TEL. O/ HRS       TEL. A/ HRS

ACE HARDWARE                                        (034) 2121379
                                                    (034) 2121615

CHARLIES HARDWARE                                   (034) 2182029
   DANDY’S & MZALAS
      HARDWARE                                      (034) 2121960
  TALBRICK HARDWARE
    AND FURNITURE                                   (034) 2121508     (034) 2181739
     RIGHT PRICE                                    (034) 2123259
      HARDWARE                                      (034) 2123272     (034) 2121560
                                                      (034) 2121879
DOCRAT’S HARDWARE                                    (034) 2121870

NU – WAY CASH STORE                                 (034) 3931284




                           WATER PIPES & FITTINGS


                                                     (034) 218 1627
MAIN INDUSTRIES (PTY)LTD                             (034) 218 2849

ROBOR STEWART & LLOYD                                (034) 393 1146
                                                     (034) 212 2149
         N.L.K.                                      (034) 212 4091




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT        -              ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
LOCAL ADMINISTRATION COMPONENT        -             ANNEXURE E
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES

       COMPANY            CONTACT         TEL. O/ HRS     TEL. A/ HRS

  TV AND ELECTRICAL
      HARDWARE                            (034) 2123282

  ELECTRICAL CENTER                       (034) 2121587
 NATAL ELECTRICAL AND
   MINNING SUPPLIES                       (034) 2122141
                                          (034) 3931465
      ELPROMEC                            (034) 3931316




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4.9.    EMERGENCY ACCOMMODATION

Responsible Persons:

1.      L.J.B.v.d. NEST             3 Iris Street,Dundee.     Tel: (H) (034) 2121557
2.      M.C. NORTJE                 3 Imtolozi Street,Dundee. Tel: (H) (034) 2182015
3.      N.J. OLIVIER                9 Sipres Laan,Glencoe.
4.      R.V. NAIDOO                 33 Reynold Street,Dundee. Tel: (H) (034) 2182197
5.      L. van ROOYEN               7 Bloekom Laan,Glencoe.       Cell: 082 856 7660


Housing:

1.      Glencoe Town Hall,Biggar St.                                   Capacity 120
2.      Glenridge Community Hall,Schroeder Rd.                         Capacity 150
3.      Sithembile Community Hall,Endumeni St.                         Capacity 150
4.      N.G. Kerk (East), Carelsen St.                                 Capacity 100
5.      N.G. Kerk (Central),Biggar St.                                 Capacity 70
6.      Apostolic Faith Mission,Simpson Cres.                          Capacity 50
7.      Hervormde Kerk,Dirkie Uys St.                                  Capacity 60
8.      Old Apostolic Church, van Riebeeck St.                         Capacity 100
9.      Gereformeerde Kerk,Kerk St.
10.     Uelzen Lutheran Church, Uelzen.
11.     Presbetarian Church,60 Boundary St.
12.     Mahyeno Mission, 36b Cornhill Str.
13.     Apostolic Faith Mission, Gray Str.
14.     Baptist Church, Cuthbert St.
15.     Baptist Mission,
16.     Catholic Church, 25 Browning St.
17.     St.James Anglican Church, Gladstone St.
18.     St.Phillips Anglican Church-Sibongile.
19.     Full Gospel Church, 12 Gray St.
20.     Methodist African Church, Sibongile
21.     Wesleyan Church, 75 McKenzie St.
22.     Methodist Church –Gladstone.
23.     Methodist Church –Wilson.
24.     Member in Christ Church,Colley St.
25.     Nederduits Geref.Kerk, 8 Fouché St.
26.     Nederduits Geref. Kerk, 81 Oldacre St.


        Christian Welfare Council: (Christelike Maatskaplike Raad) (034) 3931838

Tents

1.      Provincial Disaster Management, Pietermaritzburg.              (033) 355 6233


2.      Glencoe Correctional Services                                  (034) 2124127
        Fax: (034) 3931364                                             (034) 3931112

3.      S.A.N.D.F.    (Commando)                  (034) 2124000   or   (034) 2121454


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3.5.   EMERGENCY FOOD PREPARATIONS:                    ( Co-Ordination Only )

Responsible Persons:

1.     A.J. JONKER            13 Francis Street,Glencoe.        Tel: (H) (034) 3931717
2.     M.A. COETZEE           45 Cornhill Street,Dundee.        Tel: (H) (034) 2121054
3.     S.P. MADLALA           520 Xaba Street,Sibongile.            Cell: 082 475 7529
4.     R. SOHAN               5 Buttercup Road,Glencoe.         Tel: (H) (034) 3932971


FACILITIES FOR FOOD PREPARATIONS:


1. Dept. of Correctional Services                          Glencoe -   (034)    3932485
                                                           Dundee -    (034)    2124127
2. President Hotel                                                     (034)    3931175
3. N.C.V.V.                                                Glencoe     (034)    3932013
4. N.C.V.V.                                                Dundee      (034)    2123564
5. Central Tea-Room                                        Glencoe -   (034)    3932165
6. Eventide Old Age Home                                   Dundee      (034)    2121473
7. Royal Inn                                               Dundee.     (034)    2122147
8. Etna Hotel                                              Dundee.     (034)    2124191
9. King Pie - Checkers Center.                             Dundee.     (034)    2124381
10. Copper Kettel - Mews                                   Dundee.     (034)    2181920
11. Boston Fried Chicken                                   Dundee.     (034)    2181363
12. Buffalo Steak House                                    Dundee.     (034)    2124644
13. Chicken Licken                                         Dundee.     (034)    2181392
14. Scott’s Restaurant                                     Dundee.     (034)    2122585
15. Farmers Brewery                                  Hattingspruit.    (034)    2181735
16. Food Planet                                            Dundee.     (034)    2123017
17. Sundown Take-Aways                                     Dundee.     (034)    2182242
                                                                       (034)    2181363
18. Wimpy - Pick & Pay Center                             Dundee.      (034)    2124498
19. Sea Food Cabin                                        Dundee.      (034)    2182243
20. Aryan Benevolent Home                                 Glencoe      (034)    3931705
21. N.C.V.V.                                              Glencoe      (034)    3932013
22. N.G. Kerk                                Fouché Street,Dundee      (034)    2123051
                                                       Residence:      (034)    2121531
23. N.G. Kerk                                Wilson Street,Dundee      (034)    2121919
                                                       Residence:      (034)    2122692

Housing & Food Preparations during School Holidays and Extreme Situations only:

       Sarel Cilliers H / School      Hostel 1                         (034)    3931581
                                     Hostel 2                          (034)    3931582
       Tactus (Pty) Hostel           46 Kerk St.,Glencoe               (034)    3932003
       Uelzen Hostel                 Uelzen                            (034)    3932204
       Dundee High School Hostel                                       (034)    2182229
       Dundee Junior School Hostel                                     (034)    2122039
       Pro – Nobis School Hostel                                       (034)    2124072



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Guide to Determine the Potential Capacity of Accommodation

Sleeping Space

a.)       Healthy Person                          3,5 square meters
b.)       Person requiring medical attention      7 square meters

Toilets

1 Pan for each 8 people

Ablutions

1 Shower or bath per 8 people

Crèche Requirements

      Indoor play area – 1 child to 3 square meters
      Outdoor play area- 1 child to 5 square metres
      Toilets 1 pan per 10 children
      Wash-hand Basins 1 basin per 10 children

4.9.      Quick Guide to Large Scale Catering – Emergencies.

Food prepared should be simple, nourishing and easy to distribute. The following should be the
main items.

      Soups
      Stews & Curries
      Tea & Coffee
      Bread & Porridge (as fillers)
      Fruit (if available)

The following is a guide to quantities required for stews and curries: -

i.)       Stews:             (per 100 portions @ 0,5 liter per portion)

      Meat (beef) with bone                     12kg
      Potatoes                                  15kg
      Root vegetables (carrots, turnips etc.)   7kg
      Onions                                    1kg
       Pulses (split peas, lentils etc.)         3kg

ii.)      Curries:            (per 100 portions @ 0,5 liters per portion)

 Meat (forequarter mutton) or                    8kg
 Chicken                                         11kg plus 2kg giblets
 Rice                                            7kg
 Potatoes                                        2kg
 Onions                                          0,5kg
Curry powders & spices as required.

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        Section 4


ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
DISASTER MANAGEMENT




  CONTINGENCY PLAN
          FOR
MEDICAL & PUBLIC HEALTH
      COMPONENT


            36
Section 4.


Manager Community Services

S.PERUMALL                      9 Begonia Street Street, Dundee Tel: (H) (034) 2181664
                                                                    Cell: 083 229 3583

Sectional Manager - Community Services

J.S. du PLESSIS              71 Bulwer Street, Dundee.           Tel: (H) (034) 2123421
                                                                      Cell: 082 451 7081

Alternative Departmental Head - Community Services

S. Moodley                   6 Chard Street, Dundee               Tel: (H) (034) 218 2502




    Functions:


      “TRIAGE” at the scene of emergency/disaster
      First – aid treatment of casualties
      Transportation of casualties to medical facilities
      Co-ordinate medical and health services in T.L.C. jurisdiction
      Co-coordinating services between medical teams & hospitals
      Responsible for ongoing recruitment and training of teams and volunteers
      Responsible for correct information re: injured & fatalities to control center
      Keeping records regarding equipment and consumables used during an
       emergency/disaster
      Controlling the general hygienic conditions re: cleanliness, sanitation & water supplies
       to refugee or emergency accommodation facilities
      Examination, condemnation & destruction of unsound food supplies
      Responsible for pest control e.g. flies mosquitoes, rodent’s etc.
      Immunizations against outbreak of possible epidemics
      Continuation of normal services




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b.)   Registered Nursing Staff

      A. NDABA                   34 Ulundi Drive, Dundee.

      S.P. RAJKUMAR              34 wasbank Road, Glencoe            (034) 3931593
                                                                Cell: 082 332 9914
      I.D. KHUMALO               46 van Riebeeck Street, Glencoe.    (034) 3932443
                                                                Cell: 082 691 4904
      H.V. KHUMALO               House 41 Red Location, Glencoe      (034) 3931365

      Registered Staff Nurse

      J. MHLUNGU                 960 Madondo Street, Sibongile, Dundee.

      E.H.O’s

      S. MOODLEY                 6 Chard Street, Dundee.             (034) 2182502
      F. MBATHA                  597 Madonsela Street,Sibongile. Cell: 082 438 4753

      Staff Compliment.

      L. MAARTENS                10 Hardy Street, Dundee.        Cell: 082 260 8248
      T. MADONSELA               566/1 Mngadi Street, Sibongile.     (034) 2182057
      P. NDLOVU                  1516 New Extension, Sibongile.       072 215 4107
      A. RAWLINS                 28 Fouché Street, Dundee.           (034) 2123841
      W.T. NDLELA                50 New Extension, Sibongile. Cell: 083 989 3260


      M.E. MNCUBE                S.E. MSIMANGO               R. XABA
      P. ZWANE                   B.D. HLATSHWAYO             H.P. KUNENE

                                                             TOTAL: 10
      Clinic’s - Dundee:

      B.J.F. NDLOVU              F.C. KHANYILE               TOTAL:       2

      Clinic’s - Glencoe:

      L.B. ZULU                  P. SIBISI                   TOTAL:       2

      Dundee Hostel:

      M.B. MBATHA                B.M. KHUMALO                B.A. MAGUBANE
                                                             TOTAL: 3
      Hostel - Glencoe:

      D.Z. MTSHALI               S.S. SIBISI                 D.M. BUTHELEZI
      N. MAVUNDLA                M. MBATHA                   P. DLANGALALA
      M. MTHABANE                G.B.S. KHUMALO
                                                             TOTAL:       8




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LABOURERS CONTINUED -:

Wasbank:

T.J. MAHOA

4.9.   DOCTORS :      (Colours indicate doctors in the same practice)

   Dr. L.V. MIENIE        District Surgeon, Res. Whitegates Glencoe. (034) 3932243
                          Surgery. 87 Biggar Street, Glencoe.         (034) 3931680
   Fax: (034) 3931678                                            Cell: 082 923 0872

   Dr. J. FOURIE          (Surgery) 58 Ann Street, Dundee.          (034) 2182092
                                                                 (034) 2182093
   Fax: (034) 2182095     Res. Kemp Street, Glencoe.                (034) 3933001
                                                                Cell: 082 578 4451
                          (Surgery) 5 van Riebeeck Street, Glencoe. (034) 3931475
   Fax: (034) 3931238                                             (034) 3932025
   Dr. J.H. de BRUYN         11 Chard Street, Dundee                 (034)
                                                                Cell: 082 820 0359

   Dr. D.A.J. BOTHA       (Surgery) 84 Victoria St. Dundee. (034) 2122163
                                                        Cell:
   Dr. T.E.G. SCHWELLNUS        Surgery as above            (034) 2122163
                                                         Cell:
   Dr. A. HEUNIS      Surgery as above Fax: (034) 2122194 (034)
                                                         Cell:

   Dr. Y.M. CHOHAN        (Surgery) 66 Smith Street,Dundee.   (034) 2121749
                          ( Res.) 33a Gladstone Str.Dundee.   (034) 2121576
                                                            Cell:
   Dr. S.R. RAMDHAREE (Surgery) 41 Wilson Street,Dundee.      (034) 2121959
                                                            Cell:
   Dr. M.R. MTHETWA (Surgery) 51 Wilson Street,Dundee.        (034) 2123778
                      ( Res. ) 17 L.Steenkamp Str.Dundee.     (034) 2122506
                                                            Cell:
   Dr. A.G. BERA      (Surgery) 29 Victoria Street, Dundee.   (034) 2121552
                                                            Cell:
   Dr. NANABHAI       (Surgery) 29 Victoria Street, Dundee. (034) 2121552

   Dr. Z.A. BODIAT        (Surgery) 58 Biggar Street, Glencoe.     (034) 3931783
                                                                 Cell:
   Dr. K.G. NAIDOO               7 Old acre Plaza, Dundee.         (034) 2121805
                                                                 Cell:




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  ENDUMENI PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL:                                  TEL: (034) 212 1111

     Hospital Doctors:

     Dr. GOOSSENS                    (H) (034) 2182149                Cell: 082 398 1977

     Dr. WIN                         (H) (034) 2182476                Cell: 083 395 1943

     Dr. SAN SAN                     (H) (034) 2182314                Cell: 083 632 2574

     Dr. STANDER                     (H) (034) 2181311                Cell: 082 728 8116


     DENTAL PRACTITIONERS:

     Dr. CORNIE MALAN          33B Cornhill Street,Dundee.                 (034) 212 2517
                  After Hours: 102 McKenzie Street,Dundee.                 (034) 218 2207

     Dr. RIAAN PRETORIUS             7van Riebeeck,Street,Glencoe.        (034) 393 2142
                                                                          (034) 393 2152


     NATAL BLOOD TRANSFUSION SERVICE:

                                     115 McKenzie Street,Dundee.           (034) 212 2257

     PATHOLOGY LABORATORIES

     Drs. BOUWER AND PARTNERS               86 Victoria Str,Dundee.       (034) 212 4249

     Sr.

     LANCET LABORATORIES                    58 Ann Street,Dundee.         (034) 212 4377



     FIRST – AID         (Medical)

     Responsible Person:

1.         I.D. KHUMALO              46 van Riebeeck Street,Glencoe.       (034) 393 2443
                                                                       Cell: 082 691 4904
2.         S.P. RAJKUMAR             34 Wasbank Road, Glencoe.             (034) 393 1593
                                                                       Cell: 082 332 9914
3.         H.V. KHUMALO              41 Red Location,Glencoe.              (034) 393 1365




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4.9.    Ambulance Services:

       i.) PROVINCIAL AMBULANCE SERVICE                      All Hours: (034) 10177

       ii.) CRIT-EVAC AMBULANCE SERVICE
            J.G.FOLSCHER            10 – 2nd Lane, Glencoe                (034) 393 1270
                                                                     Cell: 08* *** ****

5.      Hospital                                         All Hours:      (034) 212 1111



5.1.    State Dept. of Health    (Additional Help)

        1.) Sister F. Ngema                  (W) (034) 212 1354 or (H) (034) 218 1081

        2.) Sister M. Sithole                (W) (034) 2121354 or (H) (034) 218 1081


5.2.   Sewerage Disposal & Refuse:

        1.)
        2.)    A. RAMLAGAN               16 Buttercup Av. Glencoe.        083 990 7358
        3.)



5.3.   Animal Welfare


       Responsible Person:

        1.)    J.S. du PLESSIS           71 Bulwer Street,Dundee.       (034) 212 3421
                                                                          082 451 7081
        2.)    A. RAWLINS                28 Fouché Street,Dundee.       (034) 212 3841

        3.)    A. RAMLAGAN               16 Buttercup Ave. Glencoe.       083 990 7358



5.4.   Dundee & District S.P.C.A.        14 Watt Street,Dundee.        (034) 212 2851




5.5.    State Veterinarian:                                            (034) 212 2448
        Fax: (034) 2182818                                             (034) 218 2873




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT           -          ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
MEDICAL & PUBLIC HEALTH           -               ANNEXURE A
MEDICAL FIRST AIDERS

      NAME                                 TEL. WORK   TEL. HOME
                          ADDRESS
                                A/HO/H




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT          -             ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
MEDICAL & PUBLIC HEALTH                -             ANNEXURE B
PSYCHOLOGICAL FIRST AIDERS

       NAME                                       TEL        TEL.
                             ADDRESS
                                                  O/H        A/H




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                     -                ENDUMENI MUNICIPALY
MEDICAL & PUBLIC HEALTH                 -                        ANNEXURE C
MORTUARY FACILITIES

      NAME                                        CAPA        TEL              TEL.
                             ADDRESS
                                                  CITY        O/H              A/H


    A.V.B.O.B        36 BOUNDARY ROAD, DUNDEE      32     (034) 2182108   (034) 2182108

    S.A.F.F.A.S     28A BEACONSFIELD ST. DUNDEE    16     (034) 2121884   (034) 2121886

   CRANKSHAW        81 BIGGAR STREET, GLENCOE      12     (034) 3931936   (034) 3931936

   STYLECRAFT         12 TIN STREET, GLENCOE       50     (034) 3931522   (034) 3932012
DUNDEE PROVINCIAL
    HOSPITAL         McKENZIE STREET, DUNDEE       10     (034) 2121111   (034) 2121111




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                         -   ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
MEDICAL & PUBLIC HEALTH                     -            ANNEXURE D
VETERINARIANS

        NAME                      ADDRESS               TEL. O / HOURS   TEL. A / HOURS


    Dr. A.D. GRACE     VET CLINIC, DOUGLAS STREET,NDE   (034) 2123270    (034) 2123270

DUNVET ANIMAL CLINIC   EVANS LANE, DUNDEE               (034) 2122928

  MPATI VETERINARY
       CLINIC            28 DOUGLAS STREET, DUNDEE      (034) 2123466
                                                        (034) 2182873
 STATE VETERINARIAN                                     (034) 2122448




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4.12. TRIAGE

In any situation involving a large number of casualties, it is essential to determine which cases
need priority or immediate treatment and which cases can be left until the more urgent cases
have been attended to.

In recorded disaster situations, the proportion of casualties actually admitted to hospital to the
number presented for admission was remarkably low. The Obvious Lesson To Be Learnt
From This Is That Accurate On-Site Assessment of Casualties Is Most Essential.

This casualty sorting should be done by suitably qualified officials and should be based on the
principle that available medical and nursing personnel and facilities should be utilized in the
most effective manner to save as many lives as possible.

Within the framework of classification for priority treatment, the priority may be assigned to the
movement of casualties from the disaster area to the hospital facilities as follows: -

   1. First Priority                         1

This priority would be allocated to those casualties with airway and respiratory difficulties,
shock or impending shock due to hemorrhage or injury.

   2. Second Priority                        2

These would be casualties with injuries requiring the use of a tourniquet, vascular injuries and
head injuries with intracranial pressure.

   3. Third Priority                         3


Third priority would be assigned to casualties with soft tissue wounds, requiring debridement,
fractures, dislocations and eye injuries.

   4. Fourth Priority                        4
 Fatalities

     Only lifesaving treatment absolutely necessary should be carried out on the site, as it is
preferable to move the casualty to a place where he or she can be given the best treatment
available under the circumstances. Resuscitation may, however, be required before a number of
the injured can be moved and for this reason, some form of on-site resuscitation should be
provided. Emergency medical treatment at the scene of disasters before movement of the
victims to medical facilities for definitive care, creates a requirement for some form of recording
what has been done at the scene and what priority may be for further immediate treatment.
Recording is invaluable to receiving hospitals, etc. in the planning for rapid admission and
initiation of treatment.
     The most practical system of doing such recording is by the use of tags or patient labels,
which should meet certain basic criteria for the most effective use. The following factors are
important on the tag: -
 Brief, concise data – major action taken, specifically lifesaving measures taken and needing
     to be taken
 Category allocated to casualty (red, yellow, green, black)
 Loop of string or rubber band (for attaching to an extremity)
 Numbered for statistical, sorting, tracing of casualties etc.

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Psychological First Aid


Psychological first-aid is concerned with establishing effective relationships with disaster
victims to provide the understanding, assurance, support, guidance and direction to help them
regain or maintain their ability to function and to concentrate the ill-effects brought on by stress
and crises.


Stress:

A condition characterized by psychological tension and persistent choice conflict and the victim
feels under pressure to reduce the tension and achieve comfort or equilibrium.


Crisis:

Is a state of disorganization in which the victim faces frustration of important life goals or
profound disruption of his life code and methods of coping with stress.


Four Phases in the Crisis Period

1. Initial tension, which initiates habitual behavioral responses to adapt to the situation.
2. The tension increases under continuous stimulation causing frustration as a result of the lack
   of success in coping with the situation or to reduce the tension.
3. The tension builds up until internal and external emergency resources are mobilized.
4. If the crisis is not eased, an acute phase follows where major disfunctions in behavior
   develop and emotional control is lost.

The psychological stability and background of the victim will, to a large extent, determine
his/her reaction to extended stress and crisis.

Victims of a disaster, their immediate families – whether injured or not, and persons in the
disaster area who have escaped injury, tend, in the average, to respond in a pattern which has
been identified as the “disaster syndrome”. Four stages have been recognized in the syndrome
as follows: -


1.        Shock Stages

In this stage, the person is dazed, stunned and apathetic, does not respond to directions and is
not able to look after himself or others. They are also unable to comprehend the destruction or
its consequences at this point.

2. Suggestive Stage:

During this stage, immediately after the immediate danger is past, the person displays extreme
suggestibility altruism and gratitude for help. He tries to do whatever is asked of him but his
efficiency is low and, if injured, is likely to minimize his own injuries and asks others to be
taken care of first.


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3.     Euphoric Stage


The suggestive stage is followed by the euphoric stage, which is characterized by wildly
euphoric identification with the damaged community, a feeling of brotherhood with fellow
sufferers and enthusiastic participation in plans and activities for rebuilding. This enthusiasm
should be held in check as it can lead to exhaustion.



4.      Ambivalent Stage


Increasing complaint manifests this stage; criticism of agencies connected with the disaster
relief and marked awareness of inconvenience and loss. This stage gradually fades away as
life returns to its normal or adjusted pattern. The most important way, in which helpers can
constructively assist victims of a disaster, is in the establishment of a supportive relationship.
Support can be defined as a condition in which the victim feels
psychologically secure and comfortable. This support comes from three
sources:


     1. The relationship itself where the victim experiences helper’s acceptance
        and warmth.
     2. Experiencing direct help in the form of stress-reducing reassurance or
        environmental support.
     3. Experiencing the helper’s assumption of major responsibility in the
        relationship as a temporary expedient to reduce stress.



The most important form of psychological first aid during a disaster situation
is the helper’s attentive and caring presence. Victims, who experience
loneliness, fear and grief, need the support of helper’s until they regain their
stability.




The principal treatment is to treat the victim as quickly as possible and as
close to the scene of the disaster as safety permits.




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      SECTION 5



ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
DISASTER MANAGEMENT




  CONTINGENCY PLAN
        FOR
  BOROUGH ENGINEER
     COMPONENT

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Section 5

Manager Borough Engineer

J.B. MALTMAN                        3 Umvoti Drive, Dundee.             (034) 2182737
                                                                      Cell: 082 800 7827

Deputy Manager Borough Engineer

M.S. CHETTY                         28 Starling Street, Dundee.        (034) 2121809
                                                                     Cell: 082 449 8225

Technical Superintendent:

C. CARELSE                   24 Kerk Street,Glencoe.                    (034) 3932101




Functions

 To ensure the successful co-ordination of the following:
  a) Maintenance of roads & storm water
  b) Water & sewer reticulation
  c) Maintenance & repair of buildings
 Co-ordinate with electrical services re: use of equipment and machinery
 Co-ordinate services when other organizations or authorities are co-opted for emergencies
 To liase with other organizations re: additional labour requirements

STAFF COMPLIMENT:

M.G. ROSA                    6 Pensymons Street, Dundee.                (034)   2181578
F. ERWEE                     Bonnydoon Farm, Dundee.                    (034)   2181556
J. WICHMAN                   Mpati Municipal Farm, Dundee.              (034)   2121709
M.M. BOSMAN                  13 Azalia Street,Glencoe.                  (034)   3931754
F.M. NXUMALO                 29 Burnside Road,Glencoe.
F. van der WESTHUIZEN        44 Gray Street,Dundee.                     (034)   2181977
P.C. van SCHALKWYK           19 Begonia street,Dundee.                  (034)   2122594
P.H. EARLE                   36 van Riebeeck Street, Glencoe.           (034)   3931251
N. SIBIYA                    71 Dladla Street,Sithembile                (034)   3932440
S.S. MSIBI                   116 Biggar Street,Glencoe                  (034)   3931078
B.T. NGCOBO                  Sibongile Hostel
P.M. GOVENDER                22 Flaming Drive, Dundee.                  (034) 2181742
M.F. HENDRIKS                839 Daffodil Drive,Dannhauser.             (034) 6212691
R.K. GOVENDER                7 Penguin Place, Dundee.
W.S. THOMSON                 52 Colley Street,Dundee.
G. MKWANAZI                  Sibongile Hostel
S.B. MAKHOBA                 Sibongile Hostel
S.B. MSOMI                   Avoca Farm,Dundee.



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Staff Compliment Continued;

B.R. MADISE              Sibongile Hostel
B.C. MGABI               Union Street, Dundee.
S.A. ZULU                Sibongile Hostel.
M.P. MBHENSE             86 Argyle Street,Dundee.
P.P. NKOSI               Disposal Works,Dundee.
S.S. DUMA                Sibongilen Hostel
S.L. KHUBEKA             6147 Osizwani Street Sibongile
H.C. GULE                Sibongile Hostel
F.L. FERREIRA            7 Nightinggale Street,Dundee.            (034) 2123037
S.I. ZWANE               Sibongile Hostel
B.C. ZWANE               Sibongile Hostel
D.P. SIMELANE            Sibongile Hostel
M.C. BHENGU              Sibongile Hostel
L.F. MABASO              Sibongile Hostel
A.F. LANGA               Sibongile Hostel
B.S. MNCWANGO            New Extension,Sibongile
M. LANGA                 Stand-by Quarters
B. KHULU                 47 Argyle Street,Dundee.
SHONGWE                  5 Iris Street, Dundee.                    (034) 2121503
A. RAMLAGAN              16 Buttercup Avenue, Glencoe. Cell: 083 990 7358
S. MGAGA
P. MNCUBE
LABOURERS.

Parks and Gardens – Dundee:

N. THUSINI               P.S. SIKHAKANE             R.B. MOLEFE
M. ZAKWE                 B.F. ZULU                  N.A. NTSHANGASE
L.J. MHLUNGU             V.S. SIBIYA                M. HADEBE
T.F. MADELA              E.J. ZULU                  B.M. DLAMINI
V.J. DUBE                I.N. XABA                  B.C. SIMELANE
P.M. DLADLA              T.C. ZULU                  W.B. BUTHELEZI
V.M. MTHEMBU             J. HADEBE                  A.B. MBENSE
S.V. MAKATINI            M. KWESABE                 S.E. HLATSHWAYO
M. MKHIZE                S.A. MAJOLA                N. MAZIBUKHO
J.Z. DLODLO              M.H.N. HLATSHWAYO          S.B. SIBIYA
N. NXUMALO               M.E. MGUBANE               M.S. MNDEBELE
M.P. MATAUNG             J.P. NTOMBELA              S.A. SIBEKO
A.A. MADLALA             S.G. SITHOLE               P.E. SELEPE
G.B. NDLOVU              M.B. MATHE

                                                    TOTAL : 41
LABOURERS CONTINUED -:

Parks and Gardens – Glencoe:

M.Q. LOVUNO              T.M. KHUMALO               B. MGAGA
M.E. MNCUBE              S.E. MSIMANGO              R. XABA
P. ZWANE                 B.D. HLATSHWAYO            H.P. KUNENE
M.P. ZWANE

                                             TOTAL: 10
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Refuse Removal – Dundee:

S.R.T. ZONDO                 M.S. MASUKU          T.M. ZONDO
T.N. ZULU                    V.P. DLAMINI         M. ZUNGU
D.J. NTOMBELA                J.P. MNGOMA          S.E. DANISA
S.M. DLAMINI                 B.P. ZULU            V.A. MKHWANAZI
S.R. MHLOBO                  M.A. KHUBEKA         M.R. MAGUBANE
D.R. MBAMBO                  R.M. MABASO          N.N. NTSHALI
Z.M. NGOBESE                 V.R. GAMA            B.E. MAKHATINI
S.M. NDLOVU                  M.M. NDABA           M.J. ZULU
J.P. MNGONA
                                                  TOTAL:   25
Refuse Removal – Glencoe:

M.J. BUTHELEZI               M. KHUBEKA          V.P. MTHETWA
L.M. MADONSELA               B.G. MTHIMKULU      T.E. SITHOLE
B.C. MBATHA                  M.S. ZONDO          M.M. MAJOLA
                                                 TOTAL: 9
Street Cleaning – Dundee:         ( THESE MEMBERS DO STAND-BY DUTIES)

D.M. MBATHA                  J.T. MNCUBE         F.M. MBELE
M. MTHONTI                   L.P. NDLOVU         N.L. MHLUNGU
                                                 TOTAL: 6
Street Cleaning - Glencoe:    ( THESE MEMBERS DO STAND – BY DUTIES )

P. MBATHA                                         M. MBATHA
L. MGWABI                    P. MGWABI
                                                 TOTAL: 4
Swimming Pool Dundee:         ( THESE MEMBERS DO STAND - BY DUTIES )

S.R.NKOTO                    S.N. HLONGWANE       J. CHETTY
M.R. DIODIO

Sewerage Works – Dundee:

D.J. SIBIYA                  W.M. GWALA
                                                  TOTAL: 2
Cemetery - Dundee:           ( THESE MEMBERS DO STAND – BY DUTIES )

H.A. ZWANE                   M.J. DLAMINI         M.T. SIBIYA
M.A. MNCUNU                  P.J. MBATHA          S.E. NTSHINGILA
T.S. HADEBE                  N.B. MASEKO
                                                  TOTAL:   8

Cemetery - Glencoe:          ( THESE MEMBERS DO STAND – BY DUTIES )

K.C. BUTHELEZI               M.V. NXUMALO         G. TSOTETSI
V.B. MADIKANE                M. NTOMBELA          F.R. SHABANGU
                                                  TOTAL: 6
Donald McHardy Dam - Glencoe:

M. S. RADEBE                                      TOTAL:   1


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Refuse Dump - Glencoe:

N.M. NTSHANGASE
                                           TOTAL:   1
Soccer Field - Glencoe:

M.E. BHENGU                                TOTAL:   1

Pest Control:

F.S. CEBEKHULU                             TOTAL:   1

Public Conveniences:

B.D.W. NHLEBELA                            TOTAL:   1

Wasbank labour continued;
R.K.DUBREE              P.N. MCHUNU
Z.E. MDUNGE             D.N. MOLEFE        N. DUZE
J.A. SOKHULU            M.E. SIBISI        B.S. NXUMALO
S. TWALA
                                           TOTAL:   9
GENERAL LABOUR:
Sewerage Disposal Works…………………………………18
Sibongile Hostel…………………………………………….21
Stand – By Quarters………………………………………....6

Roads:
Operators…………………………………………………….7
Drivers…………………………………………………….....3
Tractor Drivers…………………………………………... …3
Operator Assistants……………………………………...… .2
Machine Attendants……………………………………..… .2
Loading…………………………………………………..…..3
Plumbing:
Artisan Assistants…………………………………………...2
Grease Bay Attendant…………………………………….. ..1
General Workers………………………………………… ..23
Maintenance Section:
Artisan Assistants…………………………………………...2
Handyman…………………………………………………...2
Senior Workmen………………………………………… ….3
General Workers………………………………………… …8
Roads Tar Crew:
General Workers…………………………………………. .12

STAND – BY LABOUR:
Plumbing………………..1 Grease Bay Attendant
                  5 General Workers.




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1.       Sewerage Disposal Works superintendent:




DISASTER MANAGEMENT                     -              ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - CIVIL                        -             ANNEXURE A
TRANSPORT – OWN RESOURCES
                                                         RADIO
     REG.NO.       TYPE OF VEHICLE      DEPARTMENT       CALL       STAND-BY
                                                          SIGN      YES   NO

NDE      962    ISUZU 3 TON            BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE    14731    ISUZU KB 2000 LDV      BOR.ENGINEER                  X

NDE     2185    JOHN DEERE TRACTOR     BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     5483    MASSEY FERGUSON        BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     8790    CAT.FRNT END LOADER    BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE      943    JOHN DEERE TRACTOR     BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE      541    ISUZU KB 2000 LDV      BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     9908    FORD TIPPER TRUCK      BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     7975    TOYOTA LDV             BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     13945   FORD CARGO TRUCK       BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     14041   HAMM ROLLER            BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     11604   TOYOTA TIPPER 6 TON    BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE      9331   GALION GRADER          BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE       523   CASE 580C BCK/ACTOR    BOR.ENGINEER                  X

NDE     13282   NISSAN TIPPER TRUCK    BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     13153   FORD COURIER LDV       BOR.ENGINEER                  X

NDE     16822   ISUZU KB 2000 LDV      BOR.ENGINEER                  X

NDE     8455    POCLAIN BCK/ACTOR      BOR.ENGINEER                  X

NDE     16456   WATER TANKER           BOR.ENGINEER                  X

NDE     4822    TOYOTA 1800 LDV        BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     5248    FORD COURIER LDV       BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     5267    FORD COURIER LDV       BOR.ENGINEER                  X

NDE     8829    ATLAS COMPRESSOR       BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     9284    FIAT TRACTOR           BOR.ENGINEER                       X

NDE     3954    SEWER MACHINE          BOR.ENGINEER                  X

NDE     16249   JETTING MACHINE        BOR.ENGINEER                       X
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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                                   ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT –                                         ANNEXURE B 1
PARKS & GARDENS AND SANITATION
TRANSPORT - OWN RESOURSES
                                                                USED     USED
                                                                FOR      FOR
 VEH. REG. NO                      TYPE OF VEHICLE
                                                                STAND-   STAND-
                                                                BY YES   BY NO
 NDE    934     JOHN DEERE TRACTOR                                         X

 NDE 13397      MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR                                    X

 NDE   6228     FIAT TRACTOR                                               X

 NDE   9675     FORD TRACTOR                                               X




 NGL   3561     FORD TRACTOR                                               X

 NGL   1915     TRAILER                                                    X

 NGL    755     LANDINI TRACTOR                                            X

 NGL    722     LANDINI TRACTOR                                            X

 NGL   1148     J AND F TRAILER                                            X

 NGL   1057     FORD 5000 TRACTOR                                          X

 NGL   1879     MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR                                    X

 NGL   5901     TRAILER                                                    X

 NGL   7092     TRAILER                                                    X




 NGL   1007     ATLAS COMPACTOR                                            X

 NGL    326     NISSAN DIESEL COMPACTOR                                    X

 NGL   2618     FORD COURIER LIGHT DELIVERY VEHICLE                        X

 NGL   345      TRAILER U.C.C.T.                                           X

 NGL   7054     HONEYSUCKER PUMP SUCTION TRAILER                           X

 NGL   2575     FORD TRITON 3 TONN TRUCK                                   X

 NGL   3317     NISSAN LIGHT DELIVERY VEHICLE                              X




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                                  ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT                            -              ANNEXURE B 2
PARKS & GARDENS AND SANITATION
TRANSPORT - OWN RESOURSES
                                                              USED     USED
                                                              FOR      FOR
VEH. REG. NO                       TYPE OF VEHICLE
                                                              STAND-   STAND-
                                                              BY YES   BY NO
 NP 87383      ISUZU F800 D CONSERVANCY TANKER                           X



NP 52327       MITSHUBISI DROP SIDE TIPPER                               X

NP 37459       MAZDA 2200 DOUBLE CAB LIGHT DELIVERY VEHICLE              X

NP 56705       MAZDA MIDGE 1600 SEDAN                                    X



NDE   6015     BACK ACTOR                                                X

NDE    509     BACK ACTOR TRAILER                                        X

NDE 14726      ISUZU KB LIGHT DELIVERY VEHICLE                           X

NDE   2246     MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR                                   X

NDE    794     TANKER / TRAILER                                          X

NDE    396     TRAILER                                                   X

NDE   429      TANKER / TRAILER                                          X

NDE   7911     TRAILER                                                   X

NDE 12408      TRAILER                                                   X

NDE   1305     YAMAHA DAVEY FIRE FIGHTING UNIT (VEH. MOUNT)              X

NDE   4268     MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR                                   X

NDE   9694     MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR                                   X

NDE   2938     TRAILER                                                   X

NDE   9818     TIP TRAILER                                               X

NDE   6239     ISUZU KB LIGHT DELIVERY VEHICLE                           X

NDE 14301      DEUTZ TRACTOR                                             X

NDE   4108     TRAILER                                                   X

NDE   2788     FORD TRACTOR                                              X

NDE   6228     FIAT 1000 TRACTOR                                         X

NDE 13423      FIAT TRACTOR                                              X




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                                ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT           -                           ANNEXURE B 3
PARKS & GARDENS AND SANITATION
TRANSPORT - OWN RESOURSES
                                                            USED     USED
                                                            FOR      FOR
VEH. REG. NO                     TYPE OF VEHICLE
                                                            STAND-   STAND-
                                                            BY YES   BY NO
 NGL   3317    NISSAN LIGHT DELIVERY VEHICLE                           X

 NGL   775     LANDINI TRACTOR                                         X

 NGL   772     LANDINI TRACTOR                                         X

 NGL   1879    MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR                                 X

 NGL   3561    FORD TRACTOR                                            X

 NGL   845     SCISSOR TRAILER                                         X

 NGL   1915    TRAILER                                                 X

 NGL   5901    TRAILER                                                 X

 NGL   7054    TRAILER                                                 X




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT           -                                 ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - CIVIL                                               ANNEXURE C
TRANSPORT - OWN / PRIVATE CONTRACTOR
                                                                    RADIO
REG.NO                                                              CALL             STAND-BY
                 TYPE OF VEHICLE              DEPARTMENT
   .                                                                 SIGN            YES   NO


NDE       ATLAS COMPRESSOR                   BOR.ENGINEER                                       X
5473
  NDE     TOYOTA REFUSE COMPACTOR                                  X
13477

  NDE     TOYOTA REFUSE COMPACTOR                                  X
11567

  NDE     ISUZU REFUSE COMPACTOR                                   X
14034

8888888   88888888888888888888888888888888   8888888888888888   888888888888888   88888888888888888

                 CONTRACTORS                                     TELEPHONE          TELEPHONE
                                                                 OFFICE HRS         AFTER HRS


   1                 NU - TRAC               TEL. CODE    034      393 1168

                                                                   393 1591

                                                                   393 1184



   2             B B TRANSPORT               TEL. CODE 034         393 1861



   3      CHANS / HARRYS TRANSPORT           TEL. CODE 034         212 4272



   4              J. B. CARTAGE              TEL. CODE 034         212 2454



   5           OOSIES TRANSPORT              TEL CODE 034          218 2162



   6         TALBRICK TRANSPORT              TEL. CODE 034         212 2922



   7        KRITZINGERS TRANSPORT            TEL. CODE 034         393 1346



   8           NEW CHIP CARRIERS             TEL. CODE 034         621 2183




                                                59
DISASTER MANAGEMENT            -              ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT – CIVIL             -               ANNEXURE D
TRANSPORT – EXTERNAL RESOURCES
                                                             TYPE
QTY         CONTRACTOR        TEL / O.HOURS      CELL         OF
                                                NUMBER      VEHICLE




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                -                ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT – CIVIL        -                          ANNEXURE E
TRANSPORT – EARTH – MOVING EQUIPMENT
                                                          TEL.       TEL.
 COMPANY     TYPE OF VEHICLE   QTY          CONTACT       O/H        A/H

  ILANGA                                  JAN van der      034        034
 ASPHALT                                    MERWE        393 1259   393 1858


 NU – TRAC                                    JAN          034        034
PLANT HIRE                                    UYS        393 1591   952 1670
                                                           034
                                                         393 1168
                                                           034
                                                         393 1184




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                        -       ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT – CIVIL                -                 ANNEXURE F
TRANSPORT – BUSSES & COMBI’S
                                                         TEL.       TEL.
                   SEAT
    COMPANY               QTY         CONTACT            O/H        A/H
                    CAP
                                                          034        034
 DESAIS EXPRESS     69     4        MR. M. DESAI        621 2060   621 2060

                    36     6


                                                          034        034
CHIPPAS BUS SER.    69     6                            621 2282   621 2282


    DUNDEE                                                034        034
  HIGH SCHOOL       69     1                            212 4124   212 2417


   PRO NOBIS                                              034
   SCHOOL for       36     2                            212 4071
    HANDKPT

                    16     1



 UELZEN PRIMARY     36     1                              034
     SCHOOL                                             393 2293



 SAREL CELLIER      69     1    DR. M.L. NEETHLING        034        034
  HIGH SCHOOL                                           393 1154   393 2076




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2. Water / Sewerage Reticulation


     Responsible Person

1.      P C van Schalkwyk   19 Begonia Street, Dundee,         Tel: (034) 212 2594

2.      P H Earle           36 van Riebeeck Street, Glencoe,   Tel: (034) 393 1251

3.      N Sibiya            71 Dladla Street, Sithembile ,     Tel: (034) 393 2440




     4. Roads & Storm Water


Responsible Person

1.      M G Rosa            6 Pensymons Street, Dundee         Tel: (034) 218 1578

2.      C J Carelse         24 Kerk Street, Glencoe            Tel: (034) 393 2101

3.      M M Bosman          13 Azalia Road, Glencoe            Tel: (034) 393 1754




     5. Buildings Maintenance/Repairs


Responsible Person


1.      F van der Westhuizen 44 Grey Street, Dundee,           Tel: (034) 218 1977

2.      G M John             5 Rorke Street, Dundee,           Tel: (034) 212 1602

3.      B Khulu              47 Argyle Street, Dundee,         Tel:




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                 -   ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - CIVIL         -             ANNEXURE G
WATER / SEWERAGE RETICULATION – CONTRACTORS

                 TYPE
    NAME                      CONTACT         TEL      TEL.
                  OF
   COMPANY                                    O/H      A/H
                SERVICE




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                -   ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY.
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - CIVIL        -             ANNEXURE H
ROADS & STORM WATER – EXTERNAL RESOURCES

                  TYPE
     NAME                      CONTACT         TEL      TEL.
                   OF
   COMPANY                                     O/H      A/H
                 SERVICE




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT




  CONTINGENCY PLAN
        FOR
TECHNICAL COMPONENT

           66
Section 6

Sectional Manager Technical Services

L. van der Merwe                 107 Ryley Street, Dundee.    Tel: (H) (034) 2122350
                                                                  Cell: 082 870 4752
Radio Call Sign: Echo 1

Deputy Sectional Manager Technical Services

G. Smit                          30 Melville Street, Dundee .Tel: (H) (034) 2122374

Radio Call Sign: Echo 2

Senior Foreman Technical Services

M. Donaldson                     1 Thorrold Street, Dundee.   Tel: (H) (034) 212 4780

Radio Call Sign: Echo 3

Secretary

C. Jacobs                        127 Smith Street, Dundee.    Tel: (H) (034) 2123036

Electricians

W. Odendaal                      11 Coghill Street, Dundee.   Tel: (H) (034) 2181517
Radio Call Sign:     Echo 4
L. Dekker                        48 Gladstone Street, Dundee. Tel: (H) (034) 2182422
Radio Call Sign:     Echo 5
D. Purchase                      2nd Avenue, Glencoe.         Tel: (H) (034) 3931711
Radio Call Sign:     Echo 6                                       Cell: 083 253 7245
C. Carelse                       22 Kerk Street, Glencoe.     Tel: (H) (034) 3931665
Radio Call Sign:     Echo 7                                       Cell: 082 695 1481
K. Anderson
Radio Call Sign:     Echo 8
W. Mabaso
Radio Call Sign:     Echo 9
L. Potgieter
Radio Call Sign:     Echo 10
J. de Bruin
Radio Call Sign:     Echo 11

Clerical Assistant

S. Moodley                       86 Ann Street, Dundee.       Tel: (H) (034) 2123877



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Mechanical Workshop

G. van der Merwe                   4 Union Street, Dundee.    Tel: (H) (034) 2121435
Radio Call Sign:   Mike 1                                         Cell: 082 690 7824
E.J. Claasens                     56 Dammann Street, Glencoe. Tel: (H) (034) 3931974
Radio Call Sign:   Mike 2
D. Moodley                       63 Wasbank Road, Glencoe.      Tel: (H) (034) 3932803
Radio Call Sign:   Mike 3
P.R. Singh            23 Pieter van den Berg Street, Glencoe.   Tel: (H) (034) 3931563
Radio Call Sign:   Mike 4

Electrical Workshop Labour

S.M. Gumbi                         Street Light Attendant.             Dundee W/Shop
Radio Call Sign: Echo 12
B.P. Khosa                         Artisan Assistant                   Dundee W/Shop
J.D. Khumalo                       Artisan Assistant                   Dundee W/Shop
L.B.N. Mbatha                      Artisan Assistant                   Dundee W/Shop
B.R. Mdhkane                       Artisan Assistant                   Dundee W/Shop
B.M. Ngema                         Artisan Assistant                   Dundee W/Shop
B. Robson                          Artisan Assistant
R. Khumalo                         Artisan Assistant                  Glencoe W/Shop
S. Mchunu                          Artisan Assistant                  Glencoe W/Shop

Mechanical Workshop Labour

T.C. Khambule                      Artisan Assistant                  Dundee W/Shop
T.M. Buthelezi                     Artisan Assistant                  Dundee W/Shop
C.L. Robson                        Artisan Assistant                  Dundee W/Shop
M.J. Khumalo                       Artisan Assistant                  Dundee W/Shop

ELECTRICAL LABOURERS

V.T. Khayile
J.E. Khulu
F.R. Madondo
M. Magaga
M.E. Maatha
M.N. Ngobese
N.B. Ntanzi
M. Mtsavintshani
M. Mabisela
S. Thusini
R. Ndunge
A. Xaba
E. Mchunu




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MECHANICAL WORKSHOP LABOURERS

S.C. Mkhanaze
A.Z. Mbatha




Functions:



    Electrical Reticulation & Distribution.
    Maintenance of electrical installations (Mun.Building).
    Co-ordinating services with other organizations.
    Co-ordinating transport services with external sources.
    Provide back-up services for other Local Authorities. (when possible)
    Repairs to vehicles & equipment – internal sources.




2.      Transport



        Responsible person:

        G. van der Merwe             4 Union Street, Dundee.               (034) 2121435
                                                                      Cell: 082 690 7824
        E.J. Claasens               56 Dammann Street, Glencoe.            (034) 3931974

        D. Moodley                  63 Wasbank Road, Glencoe.                (034) 3932803

        P.R. Singh                  23 Pieter van den Berg Street, Glencoe.(034) 3931563




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                  -            ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - CIVIL                   -           ANNEXURE A 1
TRANSPORT – OWN RESOURCES
                                                    RADIO
  REG.NO.        TYPE OF VEHICLE   DEPARTMENT       CALL       STAND-BY
                                                     SIGN      YES   NO

NDE   3763    FORD BANTAM LDV      ELECTRICAL                  X

NDE   5250    ISUZU 2000    LDV    ELECTRICAL                  X

NDE   14725   ISUZU 2000    LDV    ELECTRICAL                  X

NDE   5670    ISUZU 2000    LDV    ELECTRICAL                  X

NDE   5216    ISUZU 2000    LDV    ELECTRICAL                  X

NDE   5214    ISUZU 2000    LDV    ELECTRICAL                  X

NDE   8882    TOYOTA 1600 LDV      ELECTRICAL                  X
                FORD COURIER
NDE 13154      CHERRY PICKER       ELECTRICAL                  X

NDE    829    ISUZU 5 TON TRUCK    ELECTRICAL                  X



NGL   5661    NISSAN 2000   LDV    ELECTRICAL                  X

NGL   4217    NISSAN 1800   LDV    ELECTRICAL                  X

NGL   4174    NISSAN T 20          ELECTRICAL                  X

NGL    717    NISSAN 2000   LDV    ELECTRICAL                  X




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT           -         ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - CIVIL       -             ANNEXURE A 2
TRANSPORT – OWN RESOURCES – OTHER DEPARTMENTS
                                                 RADIO   STANDBY   STANDBY
  REG.NO.      TYPE OF VEHICLE     DEPARTMENT    CALL      YES        NO
                                                  SIGN

NGL   1     FORD ESCORT              MAYOR                           X

NGL 16814   VW CHICO               COR.SERVICE                       X

NDE 934     JOHN DEERE TRACTOR       PARKS                           X

NDE 13397   M F TRACTOR              PARKS                           X

NDE 6228    FIAT TRACTOR             PARKS                           X

NDE 9675    FORD TRACTOR             PARKS                           X

NDE 13477   TOYOTA REFUSE COMP     SANITATION                        X

NDE 11567   TOYOTA REFUSE COMP     SANITATION                        X

NDE 14034   ISUZU REFUSE COMP        HEALTH                          X

NGL 3561    FORD TRACTOR             PARKS                           X

NGL 1915    TRAILER                  PARKS                           X

NGL 755     LANDINI TRACTOR          PARKS                           X

NGL 722     LANDINI TRACTOR          PARKS                           X

NGL 1148    J & F TRAILER          SANITATION                        X

NGL 1057    FORD 5000 TRACTOR        HEALTH                          X

NGL 1879    M F TRACTOR              PARKS                           X

NGL 5901    TRAILER                  PARKS                           X

NGL 7092    TRAILER                  PARKS                           X

NGL 1007    ATLAS COMPACTOR        SANITATION                        X

NGL 326     NISSAN DIESEL COMP     SANITATION                        X

NGL 2618    FORD COURIER LDV         PARKS                           X

NGL 345     TRAILER UCCT           SANITATION                        X

NGL 7054    HONEYSUCK TRAILER      SANITATION                        X

NGL 2575    FORD TRITON 3 TONNE      PARKS                           X

NGL 3317    NISSAN LDV               PARKS                           X

NP 87383    ISUZU F800 CON. TANK   SANITATION                        X




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT           -        ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - CIVIL       -             ANNEXURE A 3
TRANSPORT – OWN RESOURCES – OTHER DEPARTMENTS
                                               RADIO   STANDBY   STANDBY
  REG.NO.      TYPE OF VEHICLE    DEPARTMENT   CALL      YES        NO
                                                SIGN

NP 52327    MIT DROPSIDE TIPPER     PARKS                          X

NP 37459    MAZDA T/CAB LDV         PARKS                          X

NP 56705    MAZDA MIDGE SEDAN       PARKS                          X

NDE 6015    BACK ACTOR              PARKS                          X

NDE 509     BACK ACTOR TRAILER      PARKS                          X

NDE 14726   ISUZU KB LDV            PARKS                          X

NDE 2246    MF TRACTOR              PARKS                          X

NDE 794     TANKER/TRAILER          PARKS                          X

NDE 396     TRAILER                 PARKS                          X

NDE 429     TANKER/TRAILER        SANITATION                       X

NDE 7911    TRAILER               SANITATION                       X

NDE 12408   TRAILER               SANITATION                       X

NDE 1305    DAVEY FIRE UNIT         PARKS                          X

NDE 4268    MF TRACTOR              PARKS                          X

NDE 9694    MF TRACTOR              PARKS                          X

NDE 2938    TRAILER                 PARKS                          X

NDE 9818    TIP TRAILER             PARKS                          X

NDE 6239    ISUZU KB LDV            PARKS                          X

NDE 14301   DEUTZ TRACTOR           PARKS                          X

NDE 4108    TRAILER                 PARKS                          X

NDE 2788    FORD TRACTOR            PARKS                          X

NDE 6228    FIAT 1000 TRACTOR       PARKS                          X

NDE 13423   FIAT TRACTOR            PARKS                          X

NGL 3317    NISSAN LDV              PARKS                          X

NGL 775     LANDINI TRACTOR         PARKS                          X

NGL 772     LANDINI TRACTOR         PARKS                          X




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT           -        ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - CIVIL       -            ANNEXURE A 4
TRANSPORT – OWN RESOURCES – OTHER DEPARTMENTS
                                                  RADIO   STANDBY   STANDBY
  REG.NO.      TYPE OF VEHICLE     DEPARTMENT     CALL      YES        NO
                                                   SIGN

NGL 1879    MF TRACTOR                PARKS                           X

NGL 3561    FORD TRACTOR              PARKS                           X

NGL 845     SCISSOR TRAILER        SANITATION                         X

NGL 1915    TRAILER                   PARKS                           X

NGL 5901    TRAILER                   PARKS                           X

NGL 7054    TRAILER                   PARKS                           X

NDE 962     ISUZU 3 TON           BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 14731   ISUZU KB 2000 LDV     BOR. ENGINEER             X

NDE 2185    JOHN DEERE TRACTOR    BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 5483    MASSEY FERGUSON       BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 8790    CAT. FR.END LOADER    BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 943     JOHN DEERE TRACTOR    BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 541     ISUZU KB 2000 LDV     BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 9908    FORD TIPPER TRUCK     BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 7975    TOYOTA LDV            BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 13945   FORD CARGO TRUCK      BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 14041   HAMM ROLLER           BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 11604   TOYOTA 6 TON TIPPER   BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 9331    GALION GRADER         BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 523     CASE BCK/ACTOR        BOR. ENGINEER             X

NDE 13282   NISSAN TIPPER TRUCK   BOR. ENGINEER                       X

NDE 13153   FORD COURIER LDV      BOR. ENGINEER             X

NDE 16822   ISUZU KB 2000 LDV     BOR. ENGINEER             X

NDE 8455    POCLAIN BK/ACTOR      BOR. ENGINEER             X

NDE 16456   WATER TANKER          BOR. ENGINEER             X

NDE 4822    TOYOTA 1800 LDV       BOR. ENGINEER                       X




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT           -        ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - CIVIL       -            ANNEXURE A 5
TRANSPORT – OWN RESOURCES – OTHER DEPARTMENTS
                                                 RADIO
  REG.NO.      TYPE OF VEHICLE    DEPARTMENT     CALL    STAND-BY
                                                  SIGN   YES   NO

NDE 5248    FORD COURIER LDV     BOR.ENGINEER                  X

NDE 5267    FORD COURIER LDV     BOR.ENGINEER

NDE 8829    ATLAS COMPRESSOR     BOR.ENGINEER

NDE 9284    FIAT TRACTOR         BOR.ENGINEER

NDE 3954    SEWER MACHINE        BOR.ENGINEER

NDE 16249   JETTING MACHINE      BOR.ENGINEER

NDE 15001   VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC

NDE 15002   VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC

NDE 15003   VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC

NDE 15004   VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC

NDE 6639    VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC

NGL 6303    VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC

NGL 4727    NISSAN 1400 LDV         TRAFFIC

NDE 3456    VW GOLF              TEST CENTER

NDE 9911    TOYOTA COROLLA       FIRE SERVICES
                                 DISASTER
NDE 13152   FORD BANTAM LDV      MANAGEMENT

NDE 16411   YAMAHA M/CYCLE       TEST CENTER

NDE 16412   YAMAHA M/CYCLE       TEST CENTER




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT           -               ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT      -                              ANNEXURE B
ELECTRICAL – CONTRACTORS

                                                      TEL     TEL.
    NAME            ADDRESS       SWITCHING    LV.    O/H     A/H
                                       Y/N     HV.
                                              BOTH




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                     -   ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
TECHNICAL COMPONENT - ELECTRICAL        -             ANNEXURE C
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES

                                            TEL. OFFICE     TEL. AFTER
      COMPANY              CONTACT
                                            HOURS           HOURS



 TV AND ELECTRICAL
     HARDWARE                               (034) 2123282

 ELECTRICAL CENTER     ALEC DONALDSON       (034) 2121587
NATAL ELECTRICAL AND
  MINNING SUPPLIES                          (034) 2122141
                                            (034) 3931465
     ELPROMEC                               (034) 3931316




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT




  CONTINGENCY PLAN
        FOR
 PROTECTION SERVICES
     COMPONENT



           77
Section 7


Sectional Manager Safety and Security

M. Ndlovu                 61 New Extension, Sibongile.          Tel: (H) (034) 212 4459
Radio Call Sign: Victor 1               Dundee.                      Cell: 082 899 3415

Chief Traffic Officer

J. du Plessis                      141 Kemp Street, Glencoe.    Tel: (H) (034) 393 1626
Radio Call sign: Victor 2                                            Cell: 082 573 9952

Superintendent Licencing – Management Representative.

Supt.A.Geeringh      27 Rorke Street, Dundee.                    Tel: (H) (034) 2123840
Radio Call sign: Victor 5                                             Cell: 082 899 0701

Acting Chief Fire Officer

C. Reed                            24 Birket Street,Dundee.      Tel: (H) (034) 212 1702
Radio Call sign: Victor 3                                             Cell: 082 431 3736

Superintendent Traffic

Supt. F. Botha     23 Melville Street, Dundee.                    Tel: (H) (034) 212 4483
Radio Call Sign: Victor 4                                             Cell: 082 802 1302

Disaster Management Officer
A.E. Kukard                        105 Kemp Street, Glencoe.     Tel: (H) (034) 393 1976
Radio Call Sign: Victor 6                                             Cell: 082 935 4170

Traffic Officers

i)     M. Germushuysen      3 Spies Laan, Dannhauser.             Tel: (H) (034) 621 2490
                                                              Standby : (034) 212 1487
       Radio Call Sign: Victor 7                                      Cell: 083 550 9230

ii)    F. Coetzee         7 Betania Street, Dundee.              Tel: (H) (034) 212 2489
       Radio Call Sign: Victor 8                                      Cell: 082 930 5500

iii)   C. Schroeder       5 Sipres Laan, Glencoe.                Tel: (H) (034) 393 1392
       Radio Call Sign: Victor 9                                      Cell: 083 477 3213

Control Room Radio Operator

J. Allington              24 Hosking Street,Glencoe.
Radio Call Sign: Victor 0

Control Room Telephone Operator

C. Crowshaw                 8a Union Street, Dundee.            Tel: (H) (034) 218 1999
                                                                     Cell: 083 340 4552
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Clerk - Traffic

U. Mathurapasad         114 Hibiscus Crescent, Glencoe.             Tel: (H) (034) 393 3088

Messengers

T.M. Mhlungu            116 Biggar Street, Glencoe                         Cell: 082 819 5159


TESTING GROUND PERSONELL


G. Mbatha                      980 Miya Street,Sibongile.           Tel: (H) (034) 212 1497
                                                                        Cell: 082 215 8943
R. Oellerman               12 Reynold Street, Dundee.               Tel: (H) (034) 218 2126
Radio Call Sign: Victor 12                                              Cell: 082 541 6958

M. Zondo                       12 Browning Street, Dundee.          Tel: (H) (034) 218 1507

E. Nyandu                      Sibongile Hostel, Dundee.

A. Mbatha (Pit Asst.)

ROAD MARKINGS AND SIGNS

M. Marais                  31 Magnolia St.Forrestdale,Dundee.             Cell: 083 741 7760
Radio Call Sign: Victor 10

T.M. Mhlungu                   116 Biggar Street,Glencoe.                 Cell: 082 819 5159

T.D. Zwane                     365 Ethuleni Street, Sithembile,Glencoe.

J. Ndlovu

L. Mamela

PARKING METER ATTENDANT

A. Khumalo

Functions

   Closing of streets and traffic control
   Rescue operations
   Fire prevention and fire-fighting
   Assist other services if necessary – re evacuations
   Evaluation on an ongoing basis – possibilities of extension of emergency/disaster
   Co- ordinate operations where other authorities render assistance
   Co-ordinate hazchem situation
   Advise Chief of Disaster Management on issues relevant to own services
   Assist S.A.P.S when required (subject to availability of personnel)
   Responsible for security – control room and municipal buildings
   Implementation of Incident Management system in area of jurisdiction

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Incident Management System            (N11)

   Glencoe is situated in the centre of two Centralized Communication Centers (C.C.C.)
    namely Newcastle and Ladysmith.
   All incidents from Ladysmith to Fort Mistake, instructions regarding protocols, will be
    forwarded by Ladysmith C.C.C.
   All incidents from Fort Mistake to Newcastle, instructions regarding protocols, will be
    forwarded by Newcastle C.C.C.

NB. Use Must Be Made Of The N 11 - I.M.S. Guideline Plan For Response
Protocols.




    SAFEGUARDING AND POLICING OF POSSIBLE ANTHRAX
                   EXPOSURE CASES

Introduction.

As a possible result of the attacks on the United States of America and their retaliatory strikes
and troop actions in Afghanistan, confirmed cases of ANTHRAX contamination have been
reported within the United States of America. At this stage, the source of the Anthrax attacks
has not been established. Preliminary indications are that the attacks are mainly aimed at
America, their allies and sympathizers. Bearing in mind, as well as the suspected incidents
already reported within South Africa, it is vital that we are in a position to effectively deal with
the situation wherever it should arise within the Province of Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Mission

To ensure that the relevant contingency plans are in place and the response time to reported
incidents is immediate, to avoid additional possible contamination to persons and the immediate
environment.

Forces and Other Organizations to Respond.            (In order of Prioroty)

           1. SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICES
           2. SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL DEFENCE FORCE
           3. SAFETY & SECURITY
                  i)   Fire and Rescue Services
                  ii)  Disaster Management
           4. HOSPITALS AND OTHER RELATED SERVICES
           5. NATIONAL AND LOCAL DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH




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Operational Guidelines.

It is vital that when a possible Anthrax case is reported, that the following procedures are
strictly adhered to.

The S.A.P.S. Bomb Disposal Unit, Local Emergency Medical Services, Fire Services, respond
immediately to the scene.

The S.A.P.S. cordon off the area around the suspect powder, + 20meter circumference. In the
event of the affected are being extremely large, the services of the S.A.N.D.F. must be
requested.

At no stage must the suspect powder be aggravated in any way. Under extreme circumstances
measures must be taken to avoid the suspect powder from becoming airborne. These include
closing doors and windows, and gently covering the suspect powder with a container, blanket,
plastic sheet, or other means.

The Bomb Disposal Unit will secure the suspect powder in a special container, marked “For
Anthrax Investigation”, for transport to the S.A. Military Health Services, 7th Medical Battalion,
Pretoria for testing. No other person besides the Bomb Disposal Unit must be permitted to
collect suspect powder.

The S.A. Military Health Services will then transport the specimen to the Onderstepoort
Veterinary Institute for analysis, who in turn, will inform the S.A.P.S. of the result.

Persons who come into contact with the powder must be isolated and transported by local
Emergency Medical Personnel to a hospital so that swabs can be obtained from them and tested.
Where possible, their clothing and personal items must be secured and placed in a container and
handed to the Bomb Disposal Officers.

The Fire Services will decontaminate Bomb Disposal Officers, and the premises / area if so
requested by the Bomb Disposal Unit. (Full “Hazmat” Protective Clothing to be used in this
case).

Due to the seriousness of the situation, the local S.A.P.S. must register a case of “Intimidation”
for investigation by the local Detective Branch. However, if any Anthrax Incident is related to
the United States of America, British or Israeli interests, it must be investigated by the Serious
and Violent Crime Unit. These cases must be investigated vigorously, especially where the
incident proves to be a “hoax”, (which has already occurred).


COMMUNICATION

No member may at any stage divulge any information regarding the incidents to the
media. ALL MEDIA REQUESTS MUST BE DIRECTED TO: Director Bala Naidoo,
Communications Head, Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Members supplying incorrect information would possibly cause mass hysteria, which could
hamper the ability to deal with the situation effectively.



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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                              -          ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT                    -                    ANNEXURE A
TRAFFIC OFFICERS - QUALIFIED
     NAME                                            REG.       RADIO         NATIS
                           ADDRESS
                                                     NO.       CALL SIGN   REG. NUMBER


F. BOTHA           23 MELVILLE STREET          NDE     6639     VICTOR 4         9263

A. GEERINGH        27 RORKE STREET             NDE 13152        VICTOR 5         11230

A.E. KUKARD        105 KEMP STREET             NGL     6303     VICTOR 6         10996

M.GERMUSHUYSEN       3 SIPRES LAAN, NDH        NDE 15003        VICTOR 7         13539

F. COETZEE          7 BETANIA STREET           NDE 15004        VICTOR 8      43930143

C. SCHROEDER        5 SIPRES LAAN, NGL         NDE 15002        VICTOR 9         13824




DISASTER MANAGEMENT           -                             ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT                               -         ANNEXURE B
TRANSPORT – OWN RESOURCES
                                                              RADIO
  REG.NO.         TYPE OF VEHICLE      DEPARTMENT             CALL         STAND-BY
                                                               SIGN        YES   NO
NDE 3456       VW GOLF                 SECTIONAL                            X
                                       MANAGER
NDE 15002      VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC                              X

NDE 15003      VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC                              X

NDE 15004      VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC                              X

NDE 6639       VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC                               X

NGL 6303       VW GOLF                 TRAFFIC                              X

NDE 9911       TOYOTA COROLLA          FIRE                                  X
                                       SERVICES
NDE 13152      FORD BANTAM LDV         DISASTER                              X
                                       MANAGEMENT
NGL 4727       NISSAN 1400 LDV         TRAFFIC                               X
                                       ADMIN.
NDE 16411      YAMAHA M/ CYCLE         TEST CENTER
                                                                                     X
NDE 16412      YAMAHA M/ CYCLE         TEST CENTER
                                                                                     X

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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                  -   ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT        -             ANNEXURE C
ADDITIONAL TRAFFIC OFFICERS - OTHER SOURCES
                                        Q
   ORGANISATION                         T     TEL       TEL.
                      CONTACT PERSON
                                        Y     O/H       A/H




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                  -        ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY.
PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT        -                  ANNEXURE D
RESERVISTS - TRAFFIC OFFICERS
     NAME                                UNIFORM    TEL       TEL.
                      ADDRESS              Y/N      O/H       A/H




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                        -     ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY.
PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT              -               ANNEXURE E
FIRE & RESCUE – PERMANENT MEMBERS

           NAME                                      TEL. A/H    CELL    NO
                               ADDRESS



C. REED             24 BIRKET STREET.          NDE   212 1702    082 431 3736

M. E. NDLOVU        61 NEW EXTENSION, SIBONGLE        212 4459   082 899 3415

J. du PLESSIS       141 KEMP STREET, GLENCOE          393 1626   082 573 9952

F. BOTHA            23 MELVILLE STREET         NDE   212 4483    082 802 1302

A. GEERINGH         27 RORKE STREET            NDE   212 3840    082 899 0709

A.E. KUKARD         105 KEMP STREET            NGL   393 1976    082 935 4170
                                                      621 2490
M.GERMUSHUYSEN        3 SIPRES LAAN,           NDH    212 1487   083 550 9230

F. COETZEE          7 BETANIA STREET           NDE   212 2489    082 930 5500

C. SCHROEDER         5 SIPRES LAAN,            NGL   393 1392    083 477 3213




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                  -     ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT        -               ANNEXURE F
FIRE & RESCUE – PART TIME MEMBERS (MUNICIPAL)
       NAME                                   RADIO       TEL.
                            ADDRESS
                                             CALL SIGN    A/H




DISASTER MANAGEMENT                   -   ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT         -             ANNEXURE G
FIRE & RESCUE – VOLUNTEERS
       NAME                                  TEL         TEL.
                          ADDRESS
                                             O/H         A/H




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                    -   ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT          -             ANNEXURE H
FIRE & RESCUE - BACK UP SERVICES - HAZCHEM
                                                     TEL       TEL.
    ORGANISATION       TYPE OF VEHICLE       QTY     O/H       A/H


NEWCASTLE PROTECTION                                 (034)
      SERVICES                                     312 1222


LADYSMITH PROTECTION                                 (036)
      SERVICES                                     631 1777


      TRANSNET
    FIRE SERVICES


       VRYHEID                                       (034)      (034)
 PROTECTION SERVICES                               982 2948   982 2133




 DISASTER MANAGEMENT                     -     ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
 PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT               -           ANNEXURE I
 CLEAN UP SERVICES
                                                       TEL         TEL.
        ORGANISATION              CONTACT              O/H         A/H




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DISASTER MANAGEMENT                       -     ENDUMENI MUNICIPALITY
PROTECTION SERVICES COMPONENT                   -        ANNEXURE J
SECURITY - CONTRACTORS
                                                        TEL             TEL.
       ORGANISATION                CONTACT              O/H             A/H



 EXECUTIVE PROT, SERVICES    WILLIE STEENBERG      (034) 2124504   (034) 2122222

 MBUBE SECURITY SERVICES                           (034) 2181645
                                                   (034) 2182181
 LINK UP SECURITY SERVICES                         (034) 2181268




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 COMPONENTS

    FOR

 ENDUMENI
MUNICIPALITY




  WASBANK
  SECTION
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WASBANK AMBULANCE SERVICE                               (034) 10177

SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE SERVICES:

Charge Office …………………………………………………….. (034) 651 1777
Station Commisioner……………………………………………... (034) 651 1323

UMSEKELI TOWN BOARD…………………………………...… (034) 651 1366

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY COMMISION………………Toll Free: 0800332997
E.S.K.O.M. (WESSELSNEK SUBSTATION)……………    (034) 651 1783

MAGISTRATES COURT (Thursdays Only)…………………. ...(034) 651 1239
DEVELOPMENT AND SERVICE BOARD………………… . .(034) 651 1366
N.L.K…………………………………………………………                   (034) 651 1612
POST OFFICE……………………………………………… … (034) 651 1622
WASBANK BOEREVEREENIGING……………………… …(034) 651 1325

Rank Café and Eating House……………………………………(034) 651 1294
Ak’s Supermarket………………………………………………..(034) 651 1472
Amigo Restauran………………………………………………....(034) 651 1523
Corner Supermarket and Take-Aways…………………………(034) 651 1296
Raj’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetables……………………………….(034) 651 1562
Roy’s Fruit and Vegetables………………………………… …(034) 651 1471
Ashleys General Dealer and Take-Away………………… … …(034) 651 1266
Sharp – Sharp Fresh Foods……………………………… …... .(034) 651 1424
D. Jacobs Maize Millers………………………………… …… ..(034) 651 1565
Shiraz Stores – General Dealer……………………………… .(034) 651 1611
Ismails Departmental Stores……………………………… …..(034) 651 1734
Joosub’s Bazaar and General Dealer……………………         ....(034) 651 1757
                                                       (034) 651 1481
Anoopsons Building Contractor………………………… …….(034) 651 1634
Wasbank Building Society………………………………… …..(034) 651 1325
Washbank Motors………………………………………… …....(034) 651 1603
                                       After Hours: (034) 651 1624
Choice Panelbeaters……………………………………………...(034) 651 1462
                                                       (034) 651 1555
Sunrise Motor and Auto Breakers…………………………… .(034) 651 1411
Balu’s Motor Center…………………………………………… (034) 651 1006
Mpilonde Primary School…………………………………… ...(034) 651 1107
Emafusimi Higher Primary School………………………… …(034) 651 1238
Hlonipha Aided State School………………………………… .(034) 651 1290
Kea Phindavele Combined School…………………………… .(034) 651 1004
Wasbank Primary School……………………………………….(034) 651 1735
Wascbank Hotel……………………………………………… ..(034) 651 1336
Maria Ratchitz Mission……………………………….…Priest: (034) 651 1097
                                           Convent: (034) 651 1722




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