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APPLICABLE LOCAL WEST SUMATRA PROVINCE number 6 in 2011 ABOUT BUILDING with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of West Sumatra, Considering: a. that the building should be organized in an orderly, realized in accordance with its functions, as well as the fulfillment of administrative and technical requirements of the building; b. that the area of West Sumatra Province that is located as seen from the hydrological, geological, geographic, demographic and allow the occurrence of disasters, whether caused by natural factors, or factors that cause the onset of non natural human sacrifice, environmental degradation, and loss of property; c. that the disasters that arise may occur geographic regions cross county/city in the vast, quantity and range of the impact on the building; d. that to organize the construction to fit the Spatial Plan of the area and the construction of the insightful environment, Setup needs to be done and curbing building in the area of West Sumatra Province; e. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, and the need to establish local regulations of West Sumatra about Building; Remember: 1. Act No. 61 in 1958 about the setting of the emergency law number 19 in 1957 on the establishment of Autonomous areas level I West Sumatera, Jambi and Riau As legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 112 in 1958, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1646); 2. Act No. 18 of 1999 about construction services (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 54 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3794); 3. Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 134 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4247); 4. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437), as amended several times, the last by Act No. 12 Year 2 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 5. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 6. Law Number 32 year 2009 on the protection and management of Environment (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5059); 7. Government Regulation Number 27 in 1999 about the analysis on environmental impact (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3838); 8. Government Regulation Number 36 in 2005 about the Regulations Implementing Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 83 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4532); 9. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 10. Government Regulation Number 3 of 2010 about organizing the Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 21 of 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5103); 11. Regulation of the Minister of public works Number 63 in 1993 about the line of the boundary River, the Benefits of the River, the River and the former Mastery; 12. Regulation of the Minister of public works Number 29/PRT/M/2006 about Building technical requirements; 13. the regulation of the Minister of public works number 30/PRT/M/2006 about Accessibility of facilities and technical guidelines on Building and environment; 14. Regulation of the Minister of public works number 06/PRT/M/2007 about the guidelines of the Plan Layout of the building and the environment; 15. Regulation of the Minister of public works Number 24/PRT/M/2007 Technical Guidelines on Building Permit; 16. Regulation of the Minister of public works number 25/PRT/M/2007 on Guidelines be eligible Certificate Building Function; 17. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 32 in 2010 about Granting Permission Guidelines Building;
3 18. Applicable local West Sumatra Province number 5 in 2007 about disaster relief; Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REGIONAL PROVINCE of WEST SUMATRA and WEST SUMATRA GOVERNOR DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT BUILDING CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The area is an area of West Sumatra Province and Kabupaten/Kota in West Sumatra. 2. Local Government is the Government of the province of West Sumatra. 3. The Governor is the Governor of West Sumatra. 4. District/City Government is the Government of Kabupaten/Kota In West Sumatra Province. 5. the Bupati/Walikota is Regent/Mayor of West Sumatra. 6. The regional unit of the device Work which further shortened SEGWAY is a unit of Work Devices area of kabupaten/Kota. 7. The disaster is an event or series of events that threaten and disrupt the lives and livelihoods of communities that are caused by both natural factors and/or non natural or human factors resulting in the onset of human casualties, damage to the environment, loss of property, and the psychological impact. 8. Natural disaster is a disaster caused by the event or series of events caused by nature, among others, in the form of earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, hurricanes, floods, and landslides. 9. Natural Disasters non was a disaster caused by the event or series of events, among others, in the form of non natural failure of technology by the human factor. 10. The area is the space that is geographical unity with all elements related to it that limits and system functional aspects are determined based on and characterized certain, specific, or special. the disaster-prone Regions 11. is is the protected area or the area of cultivation which includes zones of potentially catastrophic experience. 12. The area of the slums is the area with a high population density, the condition of ligkungan that are not livable, and did not qualify, and 4 education facilities, health facilities and infrastructure, as well as social culture that is minimal. 13. River basin WATERSHED is abbreviated further area of land which is one unit with the river and its tributaries, which serves to hold, store and stream water derived from precipitation to the lake or into the sea in a natural way, with limits on land is the topographic dividing, and the boundaries of the sea up to the area of waters affected the activity of the Mainland. 14. are a series of Mitigation efforts to reduce disaster risk, either through the building of awareness and physical or augmenting the capability of facing the threat of disaster. 15. disaster emergency response is a series of activities conducted immediately at the time of the incident a disaster to deal with the bad impact caused, which covers the activities of the rescue and evacuation of casualties, property, the fulfillment of basic needs, refugee management, shield cover, rescue, and the restoration of infrastructure and facilities. 16. The rehabilitation is the restoration of all aspects of public service or the public until an adequate level on the pascabencana with the main target to normalization or reasonably passes all aspects of Government and public life in the disaster area. 17. Reconstruction is the rebuilding of all infrastructure and means of disaster on the region. 18. The threat of disaster is an event or events that could cause disaster. 19. disaster-prone is a condition or characteristics of the geological, hydrological, biological, klimatologis, geographical, social, culture, and technology in an area for a specific period which reduces the ability to prevent, attenuate, achieve readiness, and reduced ability to respond to adverse impacts. 20. Building is the physical form of the results of construction works which blend with its position, partially or completely located above and/or in the soil and/or water, which serves as a place of human conduct its activities, whether for residence or place of residence, religious activities, business activities, social, cultural activities, and special events. 21. Building for the public interest is building the functionality for the benefit of the public, whether in the form of a religious function, the function's efforts, as well as the social and cultural functions. 22. non-engineered Buildings (building nirrekayasa/non technical) is in the process of its construction does not use the calculation structure made by experts. 23. engineered Buildings (building engineering/technical) is in the process of building construction using the structure calculation by experts.
5 24. Organization of the building is the development activities that include technical planning process and implementation of construction, as well as the utilization, preservation and demolition of buildings. 25. The infrastructure building is the construction of the building which is a complement to one unity with the building or group of buildings at one treads the same persil/kavling to bolster the performance of its functions in accordance with the building (formerly called wake-building) as the water reservoir Tower, an electrical substation, sewage treatment installations. 26. The infrastructure building that stands on its own were the construction of the building that stands on its own and does not constitute a complement into one unity with the building or group of buildings on a single footprint kavling/persil, such as telecommunications towers, Tower air duct extra high voltage, ultra high-voltage air duct, monument/monument and city gate. 27. Spatial plans of Counties/cities which hereafter RTRW Kabupaten/Kota is the result of spatial planning districts/cities that have been set by local regulations. 28. The plan of Urban Spatial Detail hereafter abbreviated as RDTRKP is the elaboration of spatial plans the city into boroughs utilization plan. 29. The plan of the layout of the building and the environment hereinafter abbreviated RTBL architecture guide is an area for controlling the use of space which contains the plan of building and environmental programs, plans and draft guidelines, public investment plan, the provisions of the control of the plan, and control the implementation of guidelines. 30. the Boundary Line is the line building in kavling drawn parallel to the line of us streets, riverfront, or u.s. fencing and is the boundary between section kavling may be constructed and that should not be built. 31. building permit hereinafter abbreviated IMB is the permissions given by the Government of kabupaten/kota to the owner of the building to build a new, modify, extend, reduce, and/or taking care of building in accordance with the requirements of the administrative and technical requirements that apply. 32. Retribution IMB is the funds withheld by district/city governments over the services provided in the framework of coaching through the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS to control costs of organizing building that includes checking, measurements of location, mapping, examination and penataanusahaan publishing process IMB. 33. The owner of the building is a person, legal entity, group or association according to the law valid as the owner of the building. 34. Building User is the owner of the building and/or not the owner of the building based on an agreement with the owner of a building that uses and/or managing a building or part of the building in accordance with the functions defined.
6 35. Basic Building coefficient hereinafter abbreviated as KDB is broad comparisons between percentage figures the entire ground floor of the building and the land area/perpetakan/local land planning is controlled according to plan spatial layout plan and buildings and the environment. 36. The coefficient of the floor of the building which further shortened the OUTBREAK is widespread comparisons between percentage figures for the entire floor of the building and the land area perpetakan/regional planning is controlled according to plan spatial layout plan and buildings and the environment. 37. building Height is the distance measured from the ground floor of the building, where the building was established up to the cusp of the building. 38. the first floor of the building is Peil height of the ground floor which is measured from the reference point of a particular set. 39. The failure of the building is a building in the stage performance of utilization that does not work, either in whole or in part from the technical point of view, benefit, safety and health work, and/or public safety. 40. building expert team is a team of experts associated with the conduct of the building for the technical considerations in the process of research the technical plan documents with the assignment period is limited, and also to provide input in the resolution of the Organization of the building are the order of the members is appointed a case by case basis tailored to the complexity of specific building. 41. technical Consideration is consideration of the expert team building drawn up in writing and professionals related to the fulfilment of the technical requirements either in the process of building development, utilization, conservation, as well as the dismantling of the building. 42. the function be eligible is a condition of building that meets the requirements of the administrative and technical requirements in accordance with the functions of the building are set. 43. The certificate be eligible next abbreviated building function SLF is a certificate issued by the County Government/cities except for building specific functions by the Government to declare the health functions of a building either administratively or technically before it is used. 44. The society is the individual, the group, legal entities or enterprises and institutions or organizations that its activities in the field of building community, including customary law and community experts, concerned with the Organization of the building. 45. The setting is the preparation and the institutionalization of legislation, guidelines, instructions, technical standards and building up in the region and operasionalisasinya in the community. 46. Empowerment is a menumbuhkembangkan event for the awareness of rights, obligations and roles as well as organizers of the building and the local government authorities in the Organization of the building.
7 47. Surveillance is monitoring application of legislation implementation against the field of building and the efforts of law enforcement. 48. Local wisdom is a great value in force in people's lives for, among others, to protect and manage the environment sustainably. 49. environmental impact analysis on the hereafter Amdal, is an important study on the impact of a business and/or planned activities on the environment the necessary payment for the decision-making process of the Organization of the business and/or activities. CHAPTER II BASIC, INTENT, purpose and SCOPE article 2 building was held based on the basis of: a. protection; b. safety; c. the benefit; d. togetherness and partnerships. Article 3 Setting building intended as a reference for the provincial governments and district/city regulate the Organization of the building. Chapter 4 building Arrangement aims to: a. realize functional building and in accordance with building harmonious and in harmony with their surroundings; b. manifest the orderly conduct of the building to ensure the reliability of the technical building in terms of safety, health, comfort, and convenience; c. embody legal certainty in the conduct of the building. d. realizing the orderly conduct of the building including in the activities of emergency response, mitigation, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of disaster; e. realizing self-reliance based on criteria of externality of organizing the Government; f. kegotongroyongan, embodies solidarity, and togetherness; and g. embodies the utilization of science and technology to face the threat of disasters as well as penanggulangannya. Chapter 5 building Settings include the following: a. the responsibilities of local governments: b. function and the classification of the building; c. building requirements; d. referral requirements building on disaster mitigation;
8 . e. referral arrangements building on disaster and emergency response; f. building management information system; g. empowerment; and h. coaching and supervision. CHAPTER III RESPONSIBILITIES of LOCAL GOVERNMENTS is considered part of the provincial Government of article 6 (1) coordinating the Governor's building requirements including setting against a potential disaster occurred in the geographical territory of the cross-county/city. (2) in the event of a disaster as referred to in paragraph (1), the Governor gave instructions for evacuation coordination, emergency response, and the rehabilitation/reconstruction of building pascabencana. (3) the Governor coordinated the empowerment against kabupaten/kota to control all components of society in founding the building meets the requirements. (4) the coordination referred to in paragraph (3) is carried out by means of: a. published guidelines; b. coordination meetings; c. technical meeting; d. facilitation; and e. suverfisi the second part of the Government district/city article 7 (1) of the Government district/city regions and identify the location with the characteristics of the geographical condition, geological, hydrological, demographic and construction on its territory. (2) the area or location with the karekteristik the condition referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the earthquake zone; b. the West coast of West Sumatra and Mentawai Islands beaches; c. active faults; d. part of the Barisan mountains and their proofs; e. River area and/or watersheds; f. slums and densely populated area; g. spacious open areas; h. Lane area of construction of the Tower of the Airways extra high voltage, and ultra high voltage air channels; and i. the location of telecommunication towers/BTS.
9 (3) district/city Governments set the technical requirements of the building referred to in subsection (2) and local regulations about Building. CHAPTER IV FUNCTIONS and CLASSIFICATION of BUILDING is considered part of the function of the Building article 8 (1) the function of the building is the provision of technical eligibility building, both in terms of the layout of the building and its surroundings, as well as the reliability of the building. (2) the function of the building include the following: a. occupancy function; b. religious functions; c. business functions; d. social and cultural functions; e. special functions. (3) A building can have more than one function. Article 9 (1) the functions of residence referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter a functions primarily as a human habitation which includes single residential homes, home living series stacking, and temporary housing. (2) religious functions referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter b functions primarily as a place of worship that includes a small mosque, Mosque buildings including a church building included a chapel, temple building, building monasteries, temples and buildings. (3) the functions of the business referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) Letter c functions primarily as a place to conduct business activities that includes office buildings, commercial buildings, industrial, hospitality, tourism and recreation, the terminal building and a storage area. (4) social and cultural Functions referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter d functions primarily as a place of social and cultural activities which include building of Ministry of education, culture, health care, laboratory and building public service. (5) special functions referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) e functions primarily as a place to conduct activities that have a high level of confidentiality or national level--can harm the society around and/or have a high danger risks which include building for nuclear reactors, security and defense installations, and buildings of its kind established by the Minister.
10 the second section Building Classification article 10 building Functions referred to in article 8 are classified based on: a. the level of complexity; b. the level of permanensi; c. levels of fire risk; d. earthquake zoning; e. location; f. the height and/or; g. ownership. Article 11 (1) the classification based on the level of complexity referred to in letter a of article 9 include: a. simple building; b. building is not simple; and c. a special building. (2) the classification based on the level of the permanensi referred to in article 9 of the letter b include: a. permanent building; b. building semi-permanent; and c. building emergency or temporary. (3) the classification based on the level of risk a fire referred to in article 9 c letter include: a. building high fire risk level; b. the level of risk of fire are; and c. a fire risk level low. (4) the classification based on the earthquake zone as referred to in article 9 of the letter d include zoning of earthquake level set by the relevant authorities. (5) the classification based on a location referred to in article 9 of the letter e include: a. building on the site of dense; b. building on site are; and c. building on the site of the rift. (6) the classification based on the height referred to in article 9 of the letter f includes: a. high-rise buildings; b. medium-floor building; and c. low-rise building. (7) the classification based on ownership as referred to in article 9 g include: a. the building belongs to the State;
11 b. building belonging to the business entity; and c. the building belongs to the individual. Article 12 (1) function and the classification of the building must comply with the provisions of the location set in the kabupaten/kota RTRW, RDTRKP, and/or the RTBL. (2) the functions and classifications of buildings proposed by the building owners in filing the application for building permit. (3) the Government of the district/city setting function and the classification of the building referred to in subsection (2), unless the specific function of the building. The third section Changes the function of the Building of article 13 (1) function and the classification of the building can be changed through the application of new building permit. (2) change of function and the classification of the building proposed by the owners in the form of technical building plans in accordance with the provisions of the location set in the kabupaten/kota RTRW, RDTRKP, and/or the RTBL. (3) change of function and the classification of the building must be followed with the eligibility of administrative and technical building requirements. (4) change of function and klasifiaksi building set by district/city governments in building permit, except for building special functions. Chapter V REQUIREMENTS BUILDING Part One General Article 14 (1) every building must meet requirements include: a. administrative requirements; and b. technical requirements. (2) the Administrative Requirements and the technical requirements for building custom, semi permanent building, building emergency, and building that was built in the area of the disaster site is defined by the kabupaten/kota Governments according to local social and cultural conditions. Article 15 (1) the requirements of the administration building as referred to in article 14 paragraph (1) letter a include: a. the status of land rights, and/or permit the utilization of holders of land rights;
12 b. building ownership status; and c. the IMB. (2) Administrative Requirements as referred to in paragraph (1) in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 16 (1) the technical requirements of the building as stipulated in article 14 paragraph (1) letter b include: a. the terms of building layout; and b. building reliability requirements. (2) building governance Requirements as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a include: a. the terms of allotment and the intensity of the building; b. the terms of architectural building; and c. the requirement of environmental impact control. (3) building reliability Requirements as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b include: a. the safety requirements; b. health requirements; c. terms of convenience; and d. the requirement of ease. (4) district/city Governments provide information on technical requirements of building the technical conduct of the Builder in the service building. The second part of the architecture of the Building and local wisdom article 17 (1) the architecture of the building is built with traditional rule should be maintained and preserved its purity in the old building and/or custom building for the purpose of: a. the heritage of local wisdom in the field of building architecture; and b. as an inspiration for the characteristics of the city or the city to build a new building buildings. (2) buildings new building/modern by district/city governments are rated important and strategic location has to be planned by making use of elements and/or traditional ornament motif. Article 18 (1) the Government of the district/city menginventarisasikan old building which was established with the principle of local wisdom or the traditional rule. (2) building referred to in subsection (1) are maintained by the owners and/or users by means of: a. do not make a change by replacing some or all of the buildings with the construction of masonry or other construction type;
13 b. construction does not change in a way that is not in accordance with the rules of the original construction. (3) the maintenance by the owners and/or users as mentioned in subsection (2) is performed with the advice of expert building customs and/or considerations of technical expert team building, with the agreement of the indigenous density nagari for areas that apply the system viable. (4) the Government district/municipality can embody the expertise of custom building referred to in subsection (3) in the expert team building. Article 19 (1) of the Government district/city overseeing construction of the building change the old buildings that were built with the principles of local wisdom to prevent the condition vulnerable to disaster. (2) replacement of building components that rotted or damaged must be fixed by following the principles of the original construction. (3) repair and/or replacement of building components as referred to in paragraph (2) is performed with the advice of expert building custom buildings and/or consideration of technical expert team building, with the agreement of the indigenous density nagari for areas that apply the system viable. CHAPTER VI REFERRAL REQUIREMENTS BUILDING on DISASTER MITIGATION Part I U m u m of article 20 (1) in the event of a disaster, not government district/municipality can set setting specific requirements for building in the face of the threat of a disaster in the area of cultivation and the protected area. (2) the specific requirements referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the granting of permission is limited; and b. the prohibition established building. (3) the grant of a limited permit as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a include: a. permit the temporary buildings for the needs of the institution, not permanent; b. the building permit is temporary most 10 (ten) years in locations that do not yet have RTRW kabupaten/kota, RDTRK and/or technical considerations based RTBL expert team building; and c. the permission for an existing House hereditary before local regulations apply. (4) the prohibition referred to in paragraph (2) letter b include:
14 a. Prohibition established a permanent building in a location that does not yet have RTRW kabupaten/kota, RDTRK and/or RTBL; b. Prohibition of erecting buildings in inappropriate locations designation RTRW kabupaten/kota, RDTRK and/or RTBL; c. Prohibition established building in the area of active faults/fault (fault) which has been identified by the relevant agencies; d. Prohibition of established building in the area of line the Airways extra high voltage, and ultra high voltage air channels; and e. a ban on setting up new homes in existing locations as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c. The second part of Requirement Against Earthquake Paragraph 1 of the Non-House Buildings Engineered to article 21 (1) of the Government district/city provides guidelines, sample images and/or prototype home is very simple and simple home construction non-engineered (nirrekayasa) that follows the principle of more resistant to earthquakes, floods, wind, and volcanic eruptions. (2) guidelines, sample images and/or prototype House as referred to in paragraph (1) contains any information or explanation of principles of construction to masonry house building, construction timber, and/or other local construction. (3) Guidelines on non-engineered buildings House more secure against earthquakes at least inform the technical requirements of construction include: a. sufficient construction component dimensions; b. connection and bonding components right building; c. the amount, volume, and the dimensions of the building material is quite correct; and d. the mixture and composition of building materials. (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for establishing a non-engineered building houses arranged by district/city governments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Section 22 (1) a non-engineered construction should follow the provisions of the corresponding location designation RTRW kabupaten/kota, RDTRKP, and/or the RTBL. (2) the Government of the district/city do the setting, supervision, development and empowerment of non-engineered homes. (3) Empowerment as referred to in paragraph (2) includes the following: a. the ease of the procedure of issuing BUILDING PERMITS; b. waivers or exemptions retribution IMB; c. oversight of the technical implementation of the construction; and 15 d. ease the procedure pemerbitan SLF. Paragraph 2 Building Engineered Article 23 (1) planning the engineered building must meet the requirements according to the standard procedures that apply. (2) every owner of a building or a mandatory task giver requires standard procedures as selected in paragraph (1) within the framework of reference work to service providers of the Planner. (3) district/city Governments provide information to the standard procedures as referred to in paragraph (1) in the service of the technical organization of the building. Article 24 (1) every building, the structure should be planned so that the powerful, robust, and stable in bearing the load combinations, and meets safety requirements (safety), kelayanan (serviceability) during the age of planned service taking into account the function of the building, location, durability, and the possibility of the implementation of its construction. (2) the ability to bear loads taken into account against the influences of action as a result of the loads that might work as long as the age structure of the service, whether the burden of the charge remains, as well as the burden of the charge while incurred due to earthquakes and wind. (3) all the elements of the structure of the building include the substructure and the upper structure must be taken into account bearing the influence of earthquake earthquake zone fit plan on site building. (4) the structure of the building should be planned in daktail so that at maximum load conditions are planned, in the event of a collapse, the condition of the structure still allows users of building save themselves. (5) storey building medium and high in regions prone to earthquakes, particularly the buildings to the public interest, and building vital should be planned by leveraging technology to reduce or absorb earthquake energy, enlarge or add stiffness, damping so that can directly serve to serve the interests of the community. (6) district/city which has the characteristics of geography and geology of the mountain along the same fault or active geological fault (fault) coordinate in the setting of the reliability of the building against earthquakes.
16 third part of Tsunami Terms of article 25 (1) a district/city Governments have coastal area set ranking potentially part of zoning damaged building due to tsunami, measured from the edge of the beach at sea level the lowest inland in RTRW kabupaten/kota. (2) the zone as referred to in subsection (1) is determined based on the level of potential damage to the largest building insecurity up to the smallest potential, include: a. a zone I (high insecurity zone), which could potentially damage total insecurity; b. zone II (intermediate insecurity zone), which could potentially damage the structural insecurity building; c. zone III (low insecurity zone), a potentially mild damage to insecurity; and d. other, which does not include the zone I, zone II and zone III and not potentially damaged. (3) the zone I, zone II, zone III, and others as referred to in paragraph (2) each classified taking into account the aspects of the tsunami disaster and hurricane. (4) further Provisions regarding the determination of the zones referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) is set in the rules area of kabupaten/kota about Spatial Plan Area after consideration of technical seismicity experts and expert team building. Article 26 (1) an allotment site on the zone as referred to in article 25 include: a. a zone I to residential housing, limited rural fishermen limited to a region of agricultural cultivation, as well as buildings which support the activities of forest production, mining, tourism, beaches, protected areas of the beach, the port, the fishing industry, the cultural heritage which is limited by a tight and selective for expanded and/or amount plus; b. zone II for housing fishermen and farmers are restricted to limited extended and/or amount plus; c. zone III for housing, commercial buildings, educational facilities, health facilities, worship, trade, social, cultural and governance; d. more for housing, commercial buildings, public facilities and Government. (2) the intensity of the building on each zone set includes the following: a. in the zone I, KDB is less than 15%, and the OUTBREAK to the House a maximum of 0.3 to building more adapted to its function; b. at zone II, KDB + 15% to 30%, of the OUTBREAK to House a maximum of 0.6 whereas for other building adapted to its function; c. at zone III, KDB to House 30% to 50% and the other building to maximum 60%, while the OUTBREAK to the House a maximum of 1.5 and for other 2.4 maximum building; and 17 d. all distances and/or boundary line follows the provisions RTRW kabupaten/kota. (3) the provisions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), arranged by district/city by considering the condition of the area woke up that has existed in the town in the West Coast. (4) a district/City Government has a coastal area of the sea with the same geographical characteristics, the coordinate in the determination of the intensity of the building referred to in subsection (2). Article 27 determination of the zones and the intensity of the building as stipulated in article 26 is part of the Province and RTRW RTRW kabupaten/kota. Article 28 (1) Building in the shape of an elongated directed perpendicular to the coastline. (2) the composition of the mass building group compiled not against the potential dangers of the wave. Article 29 (1) provincial governments and district/City Beach set a location and provides the infrastructure Ministry of the tsunami disaster. (2) the means of salvation as mentioned in subsection (1) include the following: a. a religious function, building social and cultural functions, and building another storey to the existing (existing) functioned as a temporary rescue building; b. building erected specifically for the displacement of all possible with the availability of the budget; and c. of the Court are in the height of 15 (fifteen) metres to 30 (thirty) metres above sea level provided specifically as a location that can be used to set up the tent. (3) a rescue Facility referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. a rescue line; and b. signs as a sign and direction of rescue. Article 30 (1) building a rescue as stipulated in article 28 paragraph (2) letter a include: a. building worship; b. school; c. a meeting hall; d. Office space; and
18 e. building tall buildings or other-floor, (2) the height of the building's floors peil rescue at zone I for a minimum of two (2) meters above ground level. (3) the location of the rescue building definable in the direction of the Mainland or the nearby mountains from the beach and/or in accordance with RTRW/RDTR. Article 31 (1) rescue Facility as referred to in article 28 paragraph (3) the letter a include: a. the provision of rescue in the form of lines the road environment; b. emergency road; and c. any way out of the building. (2) a rescue Line as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a must meet the requirements: a. perpendicular to the shoreline towards building rescue and/or of the Court on the Hill; b. connect well with local roads, arterial roads and collector roads; c. the road consists of 2 (two) line without a hitch; and d. the minimum line width 6 (six) meters in the zone I and zone II, and a minimum of 12 (twelve) metres in Zone III and others. (3) the way emergency as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b must meet the requirements: a. the shortest path out of the environment towards local roads and collector roads; and b the minimum path width. 6 (six) meters. (4) a way out of any building referred to in subsection (1) the letter c must meet the requirements: a. at least one (1) line; b. do not pass through a neighboring building page; and c. the road directly into the environment and/or emergency road. Part four Requirements Against the tidal wave of article 32 (1) a district/City Government has a coastal area of the sea, are prohibited from issuing new BUILDING PERMITS, except for marine, transportation, fish auction or other means into the needs of the economy as a limited and highly selective towards other building upon the petition and the ability of its owner to be able to follow the provisions of the technical requirements set out in what. (2) the requirements of the building referred to in subsection (1) follow the terms of the administrative and technical requirements in accordance with the legislation.
19 (3) Rehabilitation or repair and/or restore the fishing house built by considering: a. minimum height peil home floor against the surface of the water the highest tides; b. wood construction with the connection/relationship/joint between rods construction in accordance with the guidelines and standards of construction wood; and c. the construction of wooden beams with bracing in the form of bracket/skur. (4) a district/City Government has a coastal area of the Sea referred to in paragraph (1) is required in the determination of the berkoodinasi construction requirements as referred to in paragraph (2). Part five Requirements Against volcanic eruption Article 33 (1) Areas prone to volcanic eruptions, include: a. the area of the Disaster-prone III, at a radius of three kilometers from the Summit of the mountain; the disaster-prone Region b. II, at a radius of 3 (three) to 7 (seven) kilometers from the mountain top; and Disaster-prone Region, c. I, on a radius of 8 (eight) to 14 (fourteen) kilometers from the mountain top. (2) non-residential buildings are engineered and engineered located around the volcano as referred to in subsection (1) must meet the requirements: a. a safer building construction against earthquakes as referred to in article 9 paragraph (3); and b. the shape and angle of slope of a steep enough roof areas. (3) the shape and angle of the slope of the roof as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, for building a new building must meet the requirements: a. a form field does not have a roof angle faults that can accommodate and restrain the dust or mountain; and b. the angle of slope of the field of the roof should be enough to drain and/or drop dust in gravity. (4) a district/city Governments have the same geographical characteristics, compulsory coordination in the setting of the provisions referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3). The sixth section of the requirements Against the flood of article 34 (1) non-engineered home building should be built outside the area of mastery of the River with the following requirements: a. masonry construction as stipulated in article 9 paragraph (2); and b. wood construction should be sufficient reinforcement purposes. (2) wood construction in the form of home staging should be retaining that comply with principles of construction timber as winds and bonding brackets/skur.
20 Article 35 (1) the Government of the district/city set high minimum floor peil home non-engineered as stipulated in article 34. (2) the Government of the district/city where the same river, coordinating assignment terms in house building in the outer areas of mastery of the long River watersheds. Article 36 (1) house building in the area of developing banned River mastery or Plus number. (2) the Government of kabupaten/kota reduced growth House as referred to in paragraph (1) along with the relocation of the budget available. The seventh section of the requirements against the Hurricane Article 37 (1) of the non-House Buildings engineered which is in the open and prone to hurricanes or storms should be with the roof construction and retaining bonds cover the roof. (2) reinforcement purposes referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the construction of wooden horses with the connection/relationship (joint) between rods construction in accordance with the technical guidelines and standards that apply wood construction; b. bonding roofing on horses with a sufficient amount of and correct; and c. the construction of wooden beams with bracing in the form of bracket/skur. (3) the planning of the building against the perils of the wind follows the SNI 03-2397-1991 about how to Design a simple wind resistance, or latest edition. (4) the Government of kabupaten/kota reduced growth of the houses in the area as referred to in paragraph (1) along with the relocation of the budget available. The eighth section of the requirements against the Landslide Article 38 (1) building including non-engineered homes located in areas prone to landslides on the Hill must follow requirements: a. location meets the requirements of maximum slope slope angle; b. minimum free distance towards the edge of the slope can be built; and c. the structure and composition of the soil-forming slopes that meet the requirements. (2) building including non-engineered homes that were on hillsides prone to landslides should follow the requirements of the minimum free distance towards the edge of the foot of the slopes.
21 (3) of the prevention of the onset of landslides due to the structure and composition of the land referred to in subsection (1) Letter c is performed by means of stabilizing with planting plants and greenery on the edge of the hillside. (4) the Government of kabupaten/kota reduced growth of the houses in the area as referred to in paragraph (1) along with the relocation of the budget available. The ninth part of the requirements against the Lightning Article 39 (1) of the building including the House of non-engineered based on the geographic properties, layout, shapes and heights of buildings, and/or its utilization risk exposed to lightning strikes must meet the requirements: a. come lightning rod installation in accordance with the level of complexity of the building and activities in it; and b. the lightning rods for buildings with high complexity level should be able to reduce significantly the risks resulting from lightning strikes on buildings, equipment, and human beings in it. (2) Types of lightning devices must comply with the conditions militate-invitation set by the relevant authorities. (3) the Government of the district/city limits the growth of homes in the area as referred to in paragraph (1) with the limitation provision in areas prone to lightning. The tenth section Requirements Against Fire article 40 (1) every building, except a single home and home series is simple, active protection system must be equipped and passive protection. (2) wood construction home building must have sufficient free distance with other houses (3) district/city Governments provide information and standard procedures as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) in the service of the technical conduct of the Builder building. (4) the Government of the district/city limits the growth of home as referred to in paragraph (2) in the area of the solid. The eleventh section of the requirements Against the failure of the Construction of the building or the failure of article 41 (1) the planning of the steel construction for the Tower air duct extra high voltage, ultra high-voltage air duct, and the telecommunications tower/BTS, must meet the technical requirements of kostruksi standard and applicable Ordinances.
22 (2) Region along the Airways extra high voltage and ultra high voltage air duct with a width of appropriate provisions, banned for being the location of the building including the House. (3) telecommunication tower location Land/BTS with length and width each equal the height of the Tower, banned for being the location of the building including the House. (4) the Government of the district/city provides standard information procedures referred to in paragraph (2) on the technical service conducting the Builder building. (5) the district/City Government passed a construction line as referred to in paragraph (2) coordinate for the determination of the conditions of the technical requirements. CHAPTER VII REFERRAL BUILDING REQUIREMENTS on EMERGENCY RESPONSE and DISASTER section of the Union Building Requirements on emergency response to article 42 (1) the Bupati/walikota may set requirements to prohibit building redevelopment on the site of the area of occurrence of the disaster at the lack of during the emergency response, to be able to: a. obtain the results of the study the feasibility level of development in the area due to the location of the disaster; b. adjust the construction of the building with the allotment site in the kabupaten/kota RTRW, RDTRKP, and/or the RTBL, or compile the detail area to guide development; and c. the provision of infrastructures and means of basic public works field if the location of the area in question meet the requirements of. (2) the emergency response period referred to in subsection (1) is assigned the case-per-case. (3) further Provisions on the prohibition of the redevelopment of the building referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) are governed by district/city governments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Article 43 (1) building for the public interest and other storied building belonging to the local Government must be built with the technical reliability meets the requirements of building as well as extra supervision, maintenance, and care for can be a temporary shelter victims of disasters. (2) in addition to the building referred to in subsection (1), on the site of land set out in the temporary shelters RTRW kabupaten/kota, RDTRKP, and/or the RTBL, district/city governments provide infrastructure and means of 23 who can give a partial fulfillment of the basic needs of daily living as refugees in the emergency response phase that includes: a. residential needs in the form of a planned tent modular, and in the event of a disaster can be established on the system that has been provided in the field; b. means of bathing, washing, and outhouse (PUBLIC) portable; c. communal kitchen; d. public hydrant/tubs of drinking water, shelter and drinking water supply; and e. the supply of information with genset. (3) further Provisions regarding the building, as well as the infrastructure and means to a temporary shelter as intended in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) are governed by district/city governments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. The second section Building Requirements on Paragraph 1 of document after the Technical Plan of rehabilitation and reconstruction to article 44 (1) of the Government district/city plan document provides technical prototypes of simple houses or simple healthy home one (1) floor and/or home staging with requirements: a. safer and earthquake resistant with the fulfilment of the technical requirements of the structure (the Foundation, sloof, column and wall, ringbalk, connection – connection of wood , order the roof, and the building materials as well as the composition of the concrete mix); b. more safe against dust loads on the roof of a volcanic eruption with a minimum requirement of slope areas of the roof, and retaining construction; and c. is more secure against flooding, with minimum floor height penetapn peil from ground level, and retaining home construction stage. (2) a simple House or House of simple healthy as referred to in subsection (1) includes the House with wood construction and masonry construction. (3) in addition to the technical plan documents as referred to in paragraph (1) the district/city government provides guidelines for materials to build a House staple requirements of non-engineered for people who build the homes with practical technical requirements include guidelines for the dimensions, connection-connection, and building materials that meet the requirements. (4) the technical prototype plan Document referred to in subsection (1) and guidelines for building the House of non-engineered as referred to in paragraph (3) is provided by the County Government/City free of charge to the public at the Office of the Government of kabupaten/kota, kecamatan offices, and the Office of the village. (5) the building structure is still reliable according to research experts, can be rehabilitated with technical retrofitting plans accordingly.
24 Paragraph 2 Rahabilitasi Building Disaster Article 45 (1) of the damaged building and/or estimated to be damaged by the disaster conducted an examination of the health function of the building by a competent include: a. very simple home building and home living up to 2 (two) floors of review by government authorities kabupaten/kota as Ministry of basic tasks and functions; and b. other building by service providers who are certified expertise according to the provisions of legislation over the burden of the cost of the owner of the building. (2) the building structure is still reliable according to research experts, can be rehabilitated with technical retrofitting plans accordingly. (3) the buildings of the health examination of the function of the building shows the results: a. is declared not to be eligible to function, it must be repaired by the owner to obtain the SLF building; or b. otherwise damaged or still be eligible, obtain function SLF building new ones. (4) the SLF building and building be eligible to sign lebel function published by Regent/Mayor based on the above statement sufficient postage labels made by district/city government authorities or service providers referred to in paragraph (1). Paragraph 3 the Ministry of IMB and SLF Building Article 46 (1) of the Ordinance issuing BUILDING PERMITS building residential housing on the rehabilitation and reconstruction phase is determined in particular by means of: a. the availability of the technical plan documents as referred to in article 34 paragraph (1); b. lack of administrative documents may be following after then stated by affidavit; c. administrative processes with computerization; d. integrated services; and e. the process of publishing services operational procedures based on IMB standards established deadlines. (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS building residential housing referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by district/city governments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
25 Article 47 (1) of the Ordinance the issuance of SLF building residential housing on the rehabilitation and reconstruction phase is determined in particular by means of: a. the availability of the health examination service the function of the building for occupancy single homes, and home runs by the City/County Government; b. lack of administrative documents may be following after then stated by affidavit; c. administrative processes with computerization; d. integrated services; and e. SLF publishing service of process building upon the operational procedures standards established deadlines. (2) Ketetuan more about the procedures for the issuance of the SLF building residential housing referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by district/city governments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Paragraph 4 of article 48 Delegations (1) Government district/municipality can delegate authority to the Affairs of the Organization of the building for the post-disaster rehabilitation and reconstruction to the Government sub include: a. service of issuing BUILDING PERMITS; b. examination of the health functions of the building; and c. the publishing service of the SLF building to building a single home residential, and home runs. (2) further Provisions regarding the conduct of the Affairs of delegations building referred to in subsection (1) are governed by district/city governments in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. Paragraph 5 relocation of Article 49 (1) for the area of a location that is not feasible is built based on the research results, such as the presence of active faults/fault (fault), and/or designation which is not allowed in accordance with RTRW kabupaten/kota, district/city governments doing relocation to the corresponding provision, by following the provisions of the legislation. (2) the Government of the district/city to conduct surveillance on the development of the disaster site that has been relocated.
26 Paragraph 6 demolition of article 50 (1) of the building can be dismantled if: a. shall be eligible to the function and cannot be fixed; b. could pose a danger in the utilization of buildings and/or the environment; c. do not have BUILDING PERMITS. (2) building that can be dibongar as referred to paragraph (2) letter a and letter b, set by local government based on the results of technical studies. (3) the technical Studies as referred to paragraph (2), except for home performed by the technical reviewer and pengadaannya become the obligation of the owner of the building; (4) the dismantling of the building which has an impact on public safety and the environment should be implemented based on the dismantling of technical plans have been approved by the Pemeriantah of the region. CHAPTER VIII BUILDING MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Article 51 (1) District/City Government organized a mandatory building management information system (SIM-BG). (2) building management information system referred to in subsection (1) is used for the entire process of the 56th building, which includes the planning, implementation, utilization, preservation until demolition. (3) software information systems building include the scope of the district/city, province and national scope scope with a level of depth of information required. (4) the Government of the district/city report organizing the building periodically to the Government of the province, and the provincial government to follow up on reports to the Center. (5) the implementation of the building management information system in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
27. CHAPTER IX of EMPOWERMENT the empowerment is considered Part of the human resources Reform of article 52 (1) of the Government district/city do the empowerment of human resources for the strengthening of the institutional apparatus in the conduct of the building in order to achieve effective and efficient performance by means of: a. selection in recruitment of employees in accordance with the duties; b. capacity building existing apparatus; and c. a mutation between agencies. (2) selection in recruitment apparatus as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a by way of acceptance of candidates with a minimum Bachelor's degree employees Level-1 (S1) the main areas of civil engineering, architecture, environmental engineering, building physics, and planologi; (3) Capacity building existing apparatus as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b include: a. the assignment of learning both domestically and abroad, to a higher level and the associated with field assignments and education reconstruction; and b. the following courses, and seminars/workshops in fields related to the building. c. mutations between SEGWAY as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c by way of exchanging apparatus between all SEGWAY formally so achieved placement apparatus with the principle of "the right man in the right place" in accordance with the field of education and expertise. Article 53 (1) mandatory district/city Governments compiled a database on all SEGWAY apparatus includes a number of fields, and level of education, skills, rank and class, and other important data is needed. (2) the Bupati/walikota set placement apparatus as referred to in article 51 in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (3) implementation of mutation are resolved administratively and physically not later than 2 (two) years counted since the establishment of the regulation of this area. The second part of the construction services provider Empowerment Article 54 district/city Governments doing construction services provider empowerment by means of: a. carry out the logging construction services provider to obtain data availability and potential providers of construction services in its territory;
28 b. organizes socialization and dissemination to always update new knowledge in the field of building to the human resources service provider; and c. organizes training to enhance the technical and managerial capabilities of the human resources service provider in the field of building. Part three community empowerment disaster victims Article 55 (1) district/city Governments doing community empowerment disaster victims to build the House back to the way include: a. ease of obtaining BUILDING PERMITS; and b. waivers or exemptions retribution IMB; (2) ease of obtaining BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. a location near enough clearance; b. the management procedure is simple; c. quick processing time; d. a simple administrative requirements; and e. the availability of residential building technical plan documents the House as needed. Article 56 the implementation must provide a completion of relocation for those concerned that includes: a. the legal certainty of land ownership, and ownership of the House to be established; and b. established home with construction safer against disasters. CHAPTER X COACHING and SUPERVISION Article 57 (1) local governments carry out the construction of the building in the Organization of the district/city. (2) the construction referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the preparation or penyempurnaaan local regulations in the field of building; b. dissemination of regulations, guidelines, instructions and technical building standards and their implementation in the environmental community. (3) a portion of organizing and implementing the construction referred to in subsection (1) is carried out together with the community associated with the building. (4) the provincial government and the community in carrying out the construction referred to in subsection (2) do the community empowerment that has not been able to meet the requirements as outlined in CHAPTER VI, Article 24, article 29 25, article 26, article 27, article 28 Article 29 Article 30 1, article 32, article 33, article 34, article 35, article 36, article 37, article 38, article 39, article 40 , and section 41. Article 58 Department of Spatial and settlement at the Kabupaten/Kota technical monitoring against the building, which includes aspects of administration, technical buildings and palaksanaan methods. CHAPTER XI TRANSITIONAL PROVISION Article 59 at the time of the enactment of the regulations in this Area, then the applicable local County/city that set the building adapted to the regulation of this area. CHAPTER XII CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 60 (1) further Provisions regarding technical implementation Rules throughout the region is regulated by regulation of the Governor. (2) Regulations of the Governor as referred to in paragraph (1) established selambat the latest 1 (one) year since the regulation area is set. Article 61 Rules this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the sheet Region of West Sumatra. Set in the desert on June 2011 WEST SUMATRA GOVERNOR IRWAN PRAYITNO Enacted in Padang on WEST SUMATRA PROVINCE REGIONAL SECRETARY Drs. h. ALI ASMAR, Vice Principal builders of the MPd Nip. 19580705 197903 1 004 GAZETTE AREA of WEST SUMATRA PROVINCE in 2011 NUMBER of 30 EXPLANATION of REGULATORY REGION of WEST SUMATRA number 6 in 2011 ABOUT BUILDING i. GENERAL EXPLANATIONS of West Sumatra crossed the equator, is located on the boundaries of meridian 0054 'n to 3030 ' LU, and 98036 ' BT ' 101053 to BT. these positions are on the West coast of the island of Sumatra which extends from North to South with most segments of the Barisan mountains. Therefore the geographically area of the western part of West Sumatra Province sits on a Major geological fault lines of Sumatra (the Great Sumatran Fault) along the West Coast, and in the Mentawai Islands there is Sesar Mentawai (Mentawai Fault). West Sumatra Province with a land area of approximately 42,297.30 km2 and waters (sea) ± 52,882.42 km2 land area has a beach with a length of approximately 375 km, Islands and beaches ± 1008 km. Area of West Sumatra consists of 12 districts and 7 areas of the city with a number of subdistricts in whole as much as 166 districts. As of 2007 the population of West Sumatra reached 4,641,774 inhabitants with a growth rate of 1.32% per-tahun. Natural region of West Sumatra are scattered throughout the district/city is very rich for tourism such as Canyons panorama Sianok, Twin Lakes Beach Bungus, known as the Lake above and Below Lake Singkarak Lake, rivers, as well as historical relics and cultural range includes typical building, as well as the flora and fauna. Building custom homes known as rumah gonjong is one object remains local wisdom (local wisdom) ancestor of wood construction, which in addition to a unique shape, as well as more "friendly" with the earthquake. Natural disasters as a result of geographical and geological conditions of the above could be an earthquake, tsunami, tidal waves, volcanic eruptions, landslides, hurricanes, and lightning, as well as natural disasters non due to human factors such as fire and the collapse of the construction/building construction as a failure can damage the assets of the wealth and civilization is dimilki by the province of West Sumatra. In an effort to protect the wealth and civilization and the soul against disaster that can be local or cross kabupaten/kota and its impact, the terkordinasi setting is required in the field of building. Natural disasters and/or non natural disasters wherever damages building primarily houses the community that is always the largest number of casualties. The rehabilitation and reconstruction costs are very large, and enough time to can restore lives and livelihoods in all aspects. The building is set out in Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building is one manifestation of the utilization of the space contains, among others, the provisions of the administrative requirements and requirements
31 technical building for reliability. In article 47 Act No. 24 of 2007 about disaster relief, disaster mitigation efforts to reduce disaster risk in the region is carried out by applying the provisions of the implementation of the spatial development, infrastructure and organization, as well as the layout of the building. Both of these are closely related to the principle of setting in law number 26 of 2007 about the Structuring of space in the considerations and because we read that spatial compiled by realizing the geographical condition of Indonesia, that is territory spatial compiled based disaster mitigation. This provision became the soul of the national spatial, spatial and spatial province, kabupaten/kota, so that in the field of building became a reference for building arrangements including against natural disasters to protect the public. Therefore, setting the buildings against disasters in the regulatory area of kabupaten/kota requires action that is local with consideration of provincial notice physical similarity relation that can traverse the territory between the County and city. Local regulations the province became a reference for the direction of public policy that needs to be dikordinasikan between the district/city has the same disaster potential threat or simultaneously. Independence of the kabupaten/kota is the attitude that is driven in the order of the current administration in accordance with the criteria of externality, accountability, and efficiency in Law Number 32 year 2004 about local governance, which enables each kabupaten/kota is tackling the problem, but kegotongroyongan with the spirit of Gebu Minang (Minangkabau Thousand Movements) ever etched in the history of West Sumatra Province, and cooperation between kabupaten/kota even Center will improve the ability to cope with problems better. In addition it is the application of science and technology at the time of prabencana and pascabencana is highly determined by the technical ability of the human resources available in the technical organization of the builders of the Agency building in each kabupaten/kota. Identifies the threat or potential disaster is a step that is important to know the variety and the impact that may occur in the form of damage to the area, the environment, infrastructure, and building as well as the human spirit. District/City Government gives protection for the community against disasters incurred by setting about building. Therefore need to setting the requirements for the building, both buildings are designed with technical expertise in science and technology, known as building engineering/technical or engineered building, as well as home building society in General which is nirrekayasa or non-engineered building erected by the largest portion of the community in the area of sub-urban and rural. The old form of building custom homes or houses and barns gonjong, or other forms of home staging, which was established with the local wisdom (local wisdom) as historical relics, also need to be protected by giving awareness to the owner not to intervene with changes that do not meet the rules of traditional buildings, such as replacing a portion of the building with masonry construction for example. As the proverbial 32 says "Indak indak lakang paneh, deck lapuak deck of rainfall", so too may the attitude of keeping custom homes remain steadfast on the principle of its ancestors that produces local genius. Applicable local district/city reasonably anticipate the risk of damage to all types of buildings with articles technical requirements against the threat of disasters that have diinventarisasikan such as earthquakes, tsunamis, tidal waves, volcanic eruptions, floods, hurricanes/storms, lightning and the failure of the construction/building potential in its territory respectively. Natural disasters cannot be avoided, but the task of the Government district/municipality in accordance with Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building, and Government Regulation Number 36 in 2005 about the Regulations Implementing Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building is build the Organization of the building. To hold the service to the community, the Government district/municipality can delegate some authority to the Affairs of the Organization of the building to the Government of kecamatan as set forth in a government regulation Number 41 in 2004 about the Organization of the device area. The direction of disaster mitigation settings is key to an orderly and lancarnya implementation of the post-disaster rehabilitation and reconstruction. The granting of service procedures are quick, concise, direct, and facilitating the provision of technical plan drawing mainly for building residential housing community in the form of prototypes of simple home and home series of the simple, or example for free, will relieve the burden of the community who temporarily lost livelihoods so that needs to be empowered. Building engineered building is handled by the owners with the following designation in accordance with spatial location, administrative requirements and technical requirements that apply. The construction of the building is assessed by experts in a professional manner can still be rehabilitated with retrofitting will alleviate costs to rehab/renovation of a building can save costs compared to new build. With the application of the information system Building (SIM-BG) which was a provision in the Act No. 28 of 2002, the entire building including the rehabilitation and reconstruction of pascabencana should be didatakan. Such data is useful for the Government district/city in conducting policy building, among others, to find out the number of buildings in the territory, control of the use of space as KDB, the OUTBREAK to control the development of the city as well as the provision of infrastructure (infrastructure) the city, controlling building Functions be eligible Certificates to guarantee the reliability of the building, as well as demolition, preservation and environmental sustainability. To reach the safety of the building, an important factor in a convenient and absolutely applied is a human resources placement apparatus the right education and skills, i.e. the technical building and technical fields related to technical service which has the task and function of fostering the Organization of the building among other things with the permission of the building 33 building (IMB) as well as be eligible Certificate building Function (SLF). Therefore the bupati/walikota needs to establish a human resources placement policy apparatus with the principle of "the right man in the right place" on a work unit of the device the appropriate expertise area each to achieve improved institutional performance. This policy will also facilitate the construction construction services providers as partners can mutually synergize in the field of building technology that continues to evolve. Furthermore, by setting the building requirements in applicable areas of kabupaten/kota, expected loss due to a disaster in the region of West Sumatra could be diminimasikan so as not to cause stagnation in activities in all fields. II ARTICLE for the SAKE of article 1 ARTICLE is quite clear. Article 2 letter a is the principle of "protection" is that the Government's kabupaten/kota, the provincial government, and the Government protect the public against the disastrous consequences which arise with setting building safer against disasters the letter b is a basis of "Salvation" is that the building meets building requirements, namely technical reliability requirements to ensure the safety of the owner and/or building users , as well as the surrounding communities and the environment, in addition to the requirements of an administrative nature.. The letter c is the basis of "expediency" is that the building can be embodied and organized accordingly functions defined, seerta as container of human activities that meet the humanitarian values of Justice, including aspects of appropriateness and propriety. The letter d is the basis of "togetherness and partnership" is that the Organization of the building in the area of the disaster involving the whole stakeholders, including Community institutions. Article 3 is quite clear. Article 4 is quite clear. Article 5 article 6 is pretty obvious is quite clear. Article 7 Quite obviously 34 article 8 sufficiently clear article 9 Article 10 is pretty obvious is quite clear. Article 11 article 12 is pretty obvious is quite clear. Article 13 Article 14 is quite clear clear enough Article 15 article 16 obviously Quite clear enough. Article 17 is quite clear Article 18 paragraph (1) Inventory is at least include a list of all custom homes, barns, and other home staging, technical data, as well as the principles of its construction. Other forms of home staging home with ingredients such as bamboo or part with bamboo. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) the advice of the experts of custom building intended to maintain and preserve the building construction rules. Got a deal with density in accordance with the order of nagari adat system existing local customs. Paragraph (4) expert team building set and raised by the bupati/walikota. Article 19 paragraph (1) to supervise the construction of the old building changes intended to prevent change because the addition of such spaces make the construction of masonry under buildings, or for fixing the damaged parts of the construction. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 20 paragraph (1) specific requirements in a region refers to RTRW kabupaten/kota.
35 subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a is quite clear. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c existing Homes including custom homes and barn that has stood as a legacy from generation to generation. Paragraph (4) letter a is quite clear. Letter b Restrictions established building on the banks of the river and includes the green line in accordance with the provisions of the laws-invitation. The letter c is quite clear. The letter d is quite clear. The letter e is quite clear. Section 21 subsection (1) for example, or a prototype House is researched and validated by the bupati/walikota as documents that can be technically justified. Subsection (2) other local Construction can be home with bamboo matting. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Section 22 subsection (1) Building custom homes that special location arranged with consideration of preservation. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 11 paragraph (1) is quite clear 36 paragraph (2) the owner of the building and the task may be a different party (outsiders/other agencies). This means that the giver is the task of the parties who are empowered or commissioned in the planning, supervision and construction of the building. Paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 24 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Paragraph (5) public building for the benefit of, among others, hospital, post office, building power plant installation, post fire extinguisher, fuel storage, silos and building a means of broadcasting station TVRI and RRI IE. Examples of technology to reduce or absorb earthquake energy, enlarge or increase damping stiffness is the seismic base isolation, or the rubber bearing that is constructed on top of the Foundation of the building, or the addition of a tune the mass damper. Paragraph (6) Coordination based on RTRW provinces, thus between kabupaten/kota follow up in RTRW kabupaten/kota and local regulations concerning the building, as well as regulation of the bupati/walikota. Article 25 is quite clear. Article 26 subsection (1) the width of the zone I minimum 50 (fifty meters) by considering the condition of the flatness of the beach, the existing building (existing) and meet the technical requirements in urban coastal subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 27 is quite clear.
37 Article 28 paragraph (1) side/field extends from the buildings does not lead to the beach which is a point source of earthquake wave da sunami. Paragraph (6) side of the shortest of the Group/field units do not form the sides of the building/field extends leading waves of the beach. Article 29 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a buildings the building in General is building a large and spacious room for accommodating the refugees. Letter b building shelter set up in a location close to the beach with a safe altitude of tsunami, a multi-storey building, and has been established in the province and RTRW RTRW kabupaten/kota. The letter c of the Court in the form of soil roughness and smoothing that is ready for a time became the location of the installation of the hood. The size and area of the Court has been designed for the modular tent they saw, a communal kitchen, and completeness of such infrastructure as drinking water hydrant places, communal SANITARY FACILITY or portable, and genset. Paragraph (3) of the road Infrastructures i.e. evacuation and rescue signs direction instructions rescue within easy reach and is clearly visible as well as the components meet the standards (strong and maintained). Article 30 is quite clear. Article 31 is quite clear. Article 32 is quite clear. Article 33 paragraph (1) the Areas prone to volcanic eruption to occur in the area of the active volcano mount Tandikat area i.e., mount Talang, mount Marapi and mount Kerinci. The disaster-prone Region letter a III is the area that has always threatened the flow of the clouds of hot gas, poison, and guguran rock (incandescent). The disaster-prone region III to mount Tandikat 2 km, 3 km, mount Marapi and mount Talang 3 km.
38 Disaster-prone areas of the letter b II is the area that potentially against the flow of the hot clouds, lava, stone guguran (flare), and lava of the rain. The disaster-prone region II for Mount Tandikat 2 km-5 km, mount Marapi 3 km-5 km, and mount Talang 3 km-5 km. The disaster-prone Region of the letter c I is the lava flow, potentially vulnerable to the rain of ash, and possibly be exposed pebbles while letting the rock (incandescent). The disaster-prone region I for Mount Tandikat, mount Marapi and mount Talang 5 km-8 km respectively. Paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) of article 34 is clear enough is quite clear. Article 35 is quite clear. Article 36 is quite clear. Article 37 is clear enough. Article 38 paragraph (1) the area prone to landslide movement contained in the Pasaman Regency, Fifty of the city, Kapupaten the flat ground, Agam, Padang Pariaman, Padang Panjang, Solok, Padang city, Solok Regency Sawahlunto Regency, South Solok, Sijunjung District, and the South coast. Paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) sufficiently clear Article 39 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) the Agencies berwenanag established in accordance with the conditions and the organizational structure of Government in their respective areas. Paragraph (3) of article 40 is pretty obvious is quite clear.
41 Article 39 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) the construction of a telecommunications tower located on the home page, and who stands partially or completely enclosing the home, geared to relocated to a location that is not connecting with some or one building. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 42 paragraph (1) the prohibition in question aims to protect the public against the likelihood of recurrence of the disaster. Therefore socialisation about the policies that will be applied to that location. Paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 43 paragraph (1) Extra surveillance, maintenance, and care meant the existence of the role of the community as a school Committee for building schools, building sports facilities users, and users groups of buildings each of which its activities very intense in the building. Paragraph (2) to meet the basic needs of the residential function in temporary shelters in order to meet the requirements of a healthy life and reasonable, needed systemic planning and disaster mitigation at the stage planned. In each kabupaten/kota, at land location predetermined shelter appropriate spatial layout planning, made the construction of modular tents and knock-down, as well as portable SANITARY FACILITY layout, common kitchen, common water hydrant layout, the layout of the genset, and sanitation plan/drain. Tent system faster than wood construction built. If a disaster occurs, tents erected according the plan has met technical requirements of construction, sanitation and the drain. If possible at least each district/city has a modular tent construction, both owned by local governments, as well as private, or non-governmental organizations, and between the nearest district/city can help each other the adequacy of the amount in accordance with the number of residents who have experienced a disaster and need shelter until the completion of the rehabilitation/reconstruction.
40 subsection (3) is quite clear. Section 44 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) the Retrofitting done by adding elements to improve the performance of the reinforced concrete structure of the building. Some of the methods can be selected in accordance with objective is: a. injects the resin compound into the cracks of the concrete. b. retaining plate with steel or fiberglass with epoxy adhesive on the tensile concrete. c. with the cathode on the reinforcement to protect against corrosion due to chlorida compounds. d. re-alkalisasi and chlorida extraction. e. by adding steel to the concrete or blanket around the column. f. with Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) wrapped in concrete structures. Article 45 is quite clear. Article 46 Article 47 is pretty obvious is quite clear. Article 48 is quite clear. Article 49 is quite clear. . Article 50 is quite clear. Article 51 paragraph (1) with the implementation of the Building management information system (SIM-BG), kabupaten/kota Governments have data throughout the building on its territory, as well as be able to monitor the changes that occur in every building. Paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) is quite clear 41 paragraph (5) sufficiently clear Article 52 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a is quite clear. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c mutation Mechanism between the units of the device Work area (SKPD) follows the provisions of the procedures and regulations to put the resources in order to increase the performance of the apparatus of SKPD, respectively. Article 53 is quite clear. Article 54 a other important Data between other work experience in their field, the award has ever obtained, or references about achievements if any. The letter b is quite obviously the letter c quite clearly Article 55 is quite clear. Article 56 Article 57 clearly Enough is quite clear. Article 58 is quite clear. Article 59 is quite clear. Article 60 sufficiently clear. Article 61 is quite clear. ADDITIONAL SHEET REGION of WEST SUMATRA in 2011 NUMBER 57
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