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ARF DiREx 2015

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on 19 February 2014

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Transcript of ARF DiREx 2015

ASEAN Regional Forum
Disaster Relief Exercises
(ARF DiREx) 2015

The main focus is on disaster relief management. It will continue the progress made by previous ARF DiREx and take on some of the recommendations made by the previous co-chairs.
In addition, it is hoped to test the region’s preparedness and resilience to address the following challenges:
Management of mass casualties.
Receiving of aid/humanitarian assistance.
Special needs of women and children in the disaster area.
Management of consular assistance to foreign tourists in the disaster area and the role of foreign embassies in Malaysia.
Role of local volunteers
Airport Entry Points
Table Top Exercise
Sultan Abdul Halim Airport
40km South of
Command Center
Universiti Utara Malaysia
Airdrop area
Industrial accidents
Sugarcane Plantation and Factory:
33 km northwest of Command Centre
Timah Tasoh Dam
45 km Northwest of Command Centre
Water search and rescue exercise
Dam Failure
Kuala Perlis Waters
47 km West of Command Centre
Maritime search and rescue exercise
The overarching scenario is based on a super typhoon impacting the Northern Part of the Peninsula Malaysia
Air Force College
40km South of
Command Center
Hat Yai International Airport
80km North of
Command Center
Langkawi International Airport
90km West of
Command Center
Penang International Airport
160km South of
Command Center
Kuala Lumpur
International Airport
520km South of
Command Center
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