Government Regulation Number 21 In 2008

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 21 Tahun 2008

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 42, 2008 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4828) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 21 in 2008 ABOUT the ORGANIZATION of DISASTER RELIEF with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that, to implement the provisions of article 50 paragraph (2), article 58, paragraph (2) and article 59 paragraph (2) of Act No. 24 of 2007 about disaster relief , need to establish government regulation about the Organization of disaster relief;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 24 of 2007 about disaster relief (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 66 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4723);
DECIDED:.,, set: GOVERNMENT REGULATION ABOUT the ORGANIZATION of DISASTER RELIEF.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Government Regulation is:.,, 1. The disaster is an event or series of events that threaten and disrupt the lives and livelihoods of society caused, either by natural factors and/or nonalam as well as human factors resulting in the onset of human casualties, damage to the environment, loss of property, and the psychological impact.
., ,2. The Organization of disaster relief is a series of efforts that include the determination of development policies that are at risk of incidence of catastrophe, disaster prevention activities, emergency response, and rehabilitation.
., ,3. Disaster prevention is a series of activities undertaken to reduce or eliminate the risk of disaster, either through a reduction in the threat of disasters as well as the vulnerability of the party that threatened disaster.
., ,4. Preparedness is a series of activities conducted in anticipation of disasters through organizing as well as through appropriate measures and Sepik.
., ,5. Early warning is a series of events giving of warnings as soon as possible to the community about the possibility of the occurrence of the disaster at a place by the institution authorities.
., ,6. Mitigation is a series of efforts to reduce disaster risk, either through the building of awareness and physical or augmenting the capability of facing the threat of a catastrophic 7. Disaster risk is the potential loss due to a disaster in an area and a specific period of time that can be either dead, injured, sick, endangered soul, the loss of a sense of security, evacuate, damage to or loss of property, and community activities.
., ,8. 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, protection, refugee management, rescue, and the restoration of infrastructure and facilities.
., ,9. The victims are the people or groups of people who suffered or died from the disaster.
., .10. Rehabilitation is the repair and 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 region of pascabencana.
.,, 11. Reconstruction is the rebuilding of all infrastructure and institutional means, on the territory of pascabencana, both at the level of the Government or the community with the main target to grow and the expansion of the activities of the economy, society and culture, law and order, tegaknya and the rise of the role of the community in all aspects of social life in the region of pascabencana. 12. the disaster Area is a specific area affected by the disaster.

13. The community is an individual, group of persons and/or legal entities.
.,, 14. A refugee is a person or group of people who are forced or coerced to outside of the place of residence for a period that has not been identified as a result of the bad impact of the disaster.
., 15. Vulnerable groups were infants, children under five years of age, children, pregnant women or nursing mothers, the disabled and the aged.
.,,16. The Central Government, which is hereinafter referred to as the Government, is the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as a unitary State within the meaning of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
., General Agreement. Local Government is the Governor, bupati/walikota or any areas as organizer of local governance.
., 18. The national disaster management agency, hereinafter abbreviated with the BNPB, is a non-government agencies Department in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, 19. Regional disaster mitigation Agency, hereinafter abbreviated as BPBD, is a local government agency that does the Organization of disaster relief in the area.
Article 2 the Organization of disaster management aims to ensure the implementation of this disaster response programmatically, integrated, coordinated, and comprehensive in order to provide protection to the public from the threat, risk, and disaster impacts.

Article 3 the Organization of disaster relief includes phase emergency response time, prabencana, and pascabencana.

CHAPTER II PRABENCANA Part One General article 4 the Organization of disaster relief at this stage of the prabencana referred to in article 3 include the following: a. in the situation is not catastrophic; and b. in a situation there is a potential for the occurrence of a disaster.

The second part of the situation is not Catastrophic, article 5, (1) organizing the disaster relief disaster does not occur in the situation referred to in article 4 of the letter a include:.,, a. disaster response planning;

b. disaster risk reduction;

c. Prevention;

d. design perspective in development planning;

e. requirements for disaster risk analysis;

f. implementation and enforcement of spatial plans;

g. education and training; and h. disaster relief technical standards requirements.
.,, (2) to support the Organization of disaster relief in situations of disaster did not happen as intended in paragraph (1) can be done through research and development in the field of disaster.
Section 6.,, (1) the planning of disaster relief as stipulated in article 5 letter a is part of development planning.
.,, (2) Planning disaster relief as referred to in paragraph (1) are compiled based on the results of the analysis of the risk of disasters and disaster relief efforts are spelled out in the programme of activities of the disaster management and details of its budget.
.,, (3) disaster relief Planning as mentioned in subsection (1) include the following:.,, a. introduction and assessment of the threat of disaster;

b. an understanding of the vulnerability of the community;

c. analysis of the likely impact of the disaster;

d. choice of action for disaster risk reduction;

e. determination of the readiness mechanism and countermeasures of disaster impact; and f. allocation of duties, authority, and resources available. (4) preparation of a plan coordinated by the disaster management:.,, a. BNPB to national level;

b. BPBD province to the provincial level; and c. BPBD kabupaten/kota to district/city level.
.,, (5) disaster management Plans as referred to in paragraph (1) established by the Government or the local authorities in accordance with those powers for a period of 5 (five) years.
.,, (6) disaster management Plans as referred to in paragraph (5) be reviewed periodically every 2 (two) years or at any time in case of disaster.
.,, (7) the preparation of disaster management plans as referred to in paragraph (4) was done based on guidelines set out by the head of BNPB.
Chapter 7.,, (1) disaster risk reduction as referred to in article 5 and the letter b is an activity to reduce threats and vulnerabilities as well as improve society in the face of disaster. (2) disaster risk reduction is done through activities:.,, a. introduction and monitoring of disaster risk;

b. participatory disaster mitigation planning;

c. development of culture aware of disaster;

d. an increase in commitment to the perpetrators of the disaster; and e. the application of physical effort, nonphysical, and setting up disaster relief.
Article 8.,, (1) to conduct disaster risk reduction efforts undertaken the preparation of a plan of action for disaster risk reduction.
.,, (2) the action plan for disaster risk reduction as referred to in subsection (1) consists of:.,, a. national action plan for disaster risk reduction; and b. the regional action plan for disaster risk reduction.
.,, (3) the national plan of action for disaster risk reduction as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a thoroughly compiled and integrated in a forum that includes items from Government, non government, society, and institutions efforts coordinated by the BNPB.
.,, (4) the national plan of action referred to in subsection (3) are defined by the head of BNPB after coordinated with agencies/institutions responsible in the field of national development planning.
.,, (5) of the regional action plan for disaster risk reduction as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b composed extensively and integrated in a forum that includes items from local governments, non governmental, community, and business establishments in the area concerned, coordinated by BPBD.
.,, (6) the regional action plans as referred to in paragraph (6) are defined by the head of the BPBD after coordinated with agencies/institutions responsible in the field regional development planning with reference to the national plan of action for disaster risk reduction.

.,, (7) the national plan of action and the regional plan of action for disaster risk reduction is set for a period of 3 (three) years and can be reviewed as needed.
Article 9.,, (1) Prevention as referred to in article 5 paragraph (1) Letter c, is done to reduce or eliminate the risk of disaster.
.,, (2) Prevention as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by means of reducing the threat of disasters and the vulnerability of the party that threatened disaster. (3) Prevention as referred to in paragraph (2) is done through the activities:.,, a. identification and introduction to the source of the danger or threat of disaster;

b. monitoring:.,, 1) mastery and management of natural resources;

2) use of high technology.
.,, c. surveillance against the implementation of spatial and environmental management; d. strengthening the resilience of social community.
.,, (4) Prevention Activities as referred to in paragraph (3) becomes the responsibility of the Government, local governments, and communities.
Section 10.,, (1) disaster relief Design in the planning of development as stipulated in article 5 clause (1) the letter d is carried out by the Government or local authorities through the coordination, integration, and synchronization.
.,, (2) disaster relief Design in the planning of the development referred to in subsection (1) done by incorporating elements of disaster relief into national and regional development plans.
Section 11.,, (1) the requirements of disaster risk analysis as referred to in article 5 paragraph (1) letter e, aimed to find out and assess the level of risk from a condition or activity which can cause disaster.
.,, (2) requirements for disaster risk analysis as referred to in paragraph (1) was drafted and assigned by the head of BNPB by involving agencies/related agencies.
.,, (3) disaster risk analysis Requirements as referred to in paragraph (2) was used as a basis in drafting the analysis of environmental effects, spatial as well as taking precautions and disaster mitigation.
Article 12.,, (1) any development activities that have a high risk of incurring catastrophic, compulsory fitted with disaster risk analysis.
.,, (2) disaster risk Analysis as referred to in paragraph (1) are compiled based on the requirements of disaster risk analysis as referred to in article 11 paragraph (3) through research and study towards a condition or activity which has a high risk of incurring catastrophic.
.,, (3) disaster risk Analysis as referred to in paragraph (2) was poured in the form of the document passed by the Government in accordance with the legislation.
., the BNPB, (4) or BPBD in accordance with its monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the disaster risk analysis.
Article 13.,, (1) implementation and enforcement of spatial plan referred to in article 5 paragraph (1) letter f is done to control the utilization of the space according to plan spatial regions.
.,, (2) control of space utilization as referred to in subsection (1) includes the enactment of regulations related to the structuring of space, safety standards, and the application of sanctions against offenders.
.,, (3) the Government and local authorities regularly carry out monitoring and evaluation of spatial planning, execution, and fulfillment of safety standards.
Clause 14.,, (1) education and training as referred to in article 5 paragraph (1) the letter g was intended to raise awareness, awareness, ability, and community preparedness in the face of disaster.
.,, (2) education and training referred to in subsection (1) is held by the Government and local governments in the form of formal education, non-formal, and informal training in the form of basic, advanced, technical, simulations, and drill.
.,, (3) number of agencies/institutions/organizations related to disaster response education and training can organise disaster relief in accordance with its mandate and based on the guidelines set out by the head of BNPB.
The third part there is Potential Disaster Situation Article 15 the Organization of disaster relief in a situation there is a potential disaster as mentioned in article 4 of the letter b include: a. preparedness;

b. early warning; and c. disaster mitigation.

Article 16.,, (1) the Government carry out disaster preparedness as stipulated in article 15 letters a to ensure the implementation of the action quickly and appropriately in the event of a disaster.
.,, (2) the implementation of the activities referred to in paragraph preparedness (1) conducted by the authorized institutions/agencies, either technically or administratively, which is coordinated by the BNPB and/or BPBD in the form of:.,, a. drafting and testing of disaster emergency response plans;

b. organizing, installation, and testing of early warning systems;

c. the provision and preparation of goods supply basic needs fulfillment;., d., organizing, outreach, training, and drill on emergency response mechanisms; e. preparation of evacuation locations;., f., the preparation of accurate data, information, and updates procedures remain the disaster emergency response; and, g. the provision and preparation of materials, goods, and equipment for the fulfillment of the recovery of infrastructure and facilities.
.,, (3) the activities of preparedness as mentioned on paragraph (2) is the responsibility of the Government, local authorities and implemented together society and institutions efforts.
Article 17.,, (1) emergency disaster relief Plan referred to in article 16 paragraph (2) letter a is a reference for the implementation of disaster mitigation in an emergency.
.,, (2) emergency disaster relief Plan as referred to in paragraph (1) are drawn up, coordinated by the BNPB and/or BPBD as well as local governments.
.,, (3) disaster emergency response Plans can be equipped with the preparation plan of contingencies.
Article 18.,, (1) For preparedness in the provision, storage and distribution logistics and equipment to the disaster site, BNPB and BPBD building management system of logistics and equipment.
.,, (2) the construction of logistics management system and equipment referred to in subsection (1) is carried out to optimise the logistics and the equipment on each agency/agencies in the working networking BNPB.
.,, (3) further Provisions regarding the logistics management system and equipment referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is set by regulation the head of BNPB.
Section 19.,, (1) early warning as stipulated in article 15 letter b done to take action quickly and precisely in order to reduce the risk of disaster as well as preparing emergency response actions. (2) the warning referred to in subsection (1) done by:.,, a. observe symptoms of disaster;

b. analyze the data observations;

c. take decisions based on the results of the analysis;

d. disseminating results; and e. taking action by the community.
.,, (3) observations of symptoms of disaster as mentioned on paragraph (2) letter a is done by agencies/institutions which are authorised in accordance with the type of threat of bencananya, and the public to obtain data about potentially disastrous symptoms will occur, with attention to local wisdom.
.,, (4) the authorized institutions/Establishments as referred to in paragraph (3) convey the results of the analysis to the BNPB and/or BPBD correspond to the location and extent of the catastrophe, as the basis in taking decisions and determining early warning actions.
.,, (5) in the case of early warning are specified, immediately anyway the decision referred to in paragraph (4) disseminated through mandatory and done by government agencies, private broadcasters, and the mass media to deploy resources.
.,, (6) the deployment of the resources referred to in paragraph (5) be treated the same as a mechanism of resource deployment at the time of emergency.
.,, (7) BNPB and/or BPBD coordinating action taken by the community as referred to in paragraph (2) letter e to save and protect the people.
Article 20.,, (1) disaster mitigation as stipulated in article 15 of the letter c is done to reduce the risks and impacts caused by disasters on the community in the areas prone to disaster.
.,, (2) disaster mitigation Activities as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through:.,,.,, a. spatial planning and execution based on the analysis of disaster risk; b. setting the development, infrastructure development, and the building; and, c.., conducting education, training, and outreach, whether conventional or modern.
.,, (3) the setting of development, infrastructure development, and the layout of buildings as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, obliged to apply the rules of building technical standards set by the agency/institution authorities.
.,, (4) Conducting education, training, and extension as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, the standard rules apply mandatory technical education, training, and guidance established by the agency/institution authorities.
CHAPTER III EMERGENCY RESPONSE Section I General Article 21 (1) the Organization of disaster relief at the time of emergency response include:.,,.,, a. study quickly and precisely against the location, damages, losses, and resources; b. the determination of the status of disaster emergencies;

c. the rescue and evacuation of affected communities;

d. the fulfilment of basic needs;

e. protection of vulnerable groups; and f. the restoration of infrastructure and means an immediate vital.
.,, (2) organizing the disaster relief emergency response at the time referred to in subsection (1) is controlled by the head of BNPB or BPBD in accordance with its head.
The second part of the study in a quick and Precise Article 22

.,, (1) the study quickly and exactly as stipulated in article 21 letter a is done to determine the needs and appropriate action in disaster relief at the time of emergency.
.,, (2) the study quickly and exactly as intended in paragraph (1) is carried out by a team of kaji quickly based on the assignment of head of BNPB or its corresponding BPBD head.
.,, (3) the study quickly and exactly as intended in paragraph (1) is performed through the identification of:.,, a. scope the disaster site;

b. the number of disaster victims;

c. damage to infrastructure and facilities;

d. disruption of the functions of the Public Ministry and the Government; and e. the ability of artificial or natural resources.
The third part of the determination of the Status of Emergency Disaster Article 23.,, (1) the determination of the status of disaster emergency as referred to in article 21 letter b is exercised by the Government or the local authorities in accordance with the level of disaster.
.,, (2) the determination of the status of disaster emergency as referred to in subsection (1) for the national level set by the President, by the provincial Governor, and district/city levels by the bupati/walikota.
Article 24 emergency status at the time of the disaster, BNPB and BPBD have easy access in the areas of: a. the deployment of human resources;

b. deployment of equipment;

c. deployment logistics;

d. immigration, customs, and quarantine;

e. licensing;

f. procurement of goods/services;

g. management of and accountability for money and/or goods;

h. rescue; and i. the command to instruct institutions/agencies.

Paragraph 1 the deployment of human resources, equipment, and Logistics Section 25.,, (1) at the time of emergency disasters, head of BNPB and head BPBD is authorized to deploy human resources, equipment, and logistics of agencies/institutions and communities to conduct emergency response.
.,, (2) deployment of human resources, logistics and equipment referred to in subsection (1) includes the request, acceptance and use of human resources, equipment, and logistics.
Article 26.,, (1) the deployment of human resources, equipment, and logistics made to rescue and evacuate disaster victims, meet basic needs, and restoring the functions of infrastructures and means vital damaged by disasters.
.,, (2) deployment of human resources, equipment, and logistics to the disaster site should suit your needs.
Article 27.,, (1) at the time of emergency disasters, head of BNPB or head BPBD, according to the location and depth of bencananya, asked the agencies/related agencies to send human resources, equipment, and logistics as stipulated in article 25 to the disaster site.
.,, (2) based on a request as referred to in paragraph (1) agencies/related agencies, is obligated to immediately remit and mobilizing human resources, equipment, and logistics to the disaster site.
.,, (3) Agencies/related agencies, within the remit of human resources, equipment, and logistics as referred to in paragraph (2), appoint an official representative who is given the authority to take decisions.
Article 28.,, (1) in the event of a catastrophic level of kabupaten/kota, the head of the BPBD district/municipality affected by the disaster, deploy human resources, equipment, and logistical needs to the disaster site.
.,, (2) in terms of human resources, equipment, and logistics in kabupaten/kota that are affected are not available/inadequate, government district/municipality may request the assistance of other district/city nearby, either in one area of the province as well as other provinces.
.,, (3) the Government of the district/city that requesting assistance as referred to in paragraph (2), bear the costs of the deployment and mobilization of human resources, equipment, and logistics of the district/city to another that sends help.
.,, (4) in terms of human resources, equipment, and logistics in other kabupaten/kota referred to in subsection (2) is not available/inadequate, kabupaten/kota Governments of disaster affected may request the assistance of the Government of the province concerned.
.,, (5) acceptance and use of human resources, equipment, and logistics in disaster site referred to in subsection (1) until subsection (4) is carried out under the control of the head of BPBD district/city.
Article 29.,, (1) in the event of a disaster, the provincial head of the affected province of BPBD, sending human resources, equipment, and logistical needs to the disaster site.
.,, (2) in terms of human resources, equipment, and logistics in the affected provinces are not available/inadequate, provincial governments that are affected may request the assistance of other provinces.
.,, (3) the Government of a province request assistance as referred to in paragraph (2), bear the costs of the deployment and mobilization of human resources, equipment and logistics.
.,, (4) in the case of human resources, equipment and other logistics in the province referred to in subsection (2) is not available/inadequate, provincial governments that are affected can ask for help to the Government.
.,, (5) acceptance and use of human resources, equipment, and logistics in disaster site referred to in subsection (1) until subsection (4) is carried out under the control of the head of the BPBD province.
Article 30.,, (1) there are limitations in terms of human resources, equipment, logistics and wielded by the head of the BPBD referred to in Article 28 and article 29, BNPB can help through mentoring.
.,, (2) help through mentoring as referred to in paragraph (1) provided upon request or on the initiative of BNPB BPBD.
Article 31.,, (1) the head of BNPB or BPBD in accordance with its head can deploy equipment and logistics of regional Depot closest to the disaster site created in logistics management system and equipment referred to in Article 18.
.,, (2) deployment of the equipment and logistics at the disaster site as mentioned in subsection (1) is carried out under the control of the head of BNPB.
Paragraph 2 of the immigration, Customs, Quarantine and Article 32.,, (1) the incoming Aid from abroad, either in the form of foreign personnel assistance, equipment, as well as logistics given the ease of access referred to in section 24 d be the ease of the process and service in the field of immigration, customs or quarantine.
.,, (2) ease of access referred to in subsection (1) include the use of equipment brought in by foreign personnel in the disaster site.
Article 33,, (1) Foreign Personnel who help carry out disaster relief emergency response at the time of the disaster on the territory of the Republic of Indonesia as a unitary State referred to in article 32 paragraph (1) ease of access provided in the immigration process and service visa, entry permit, residence permit, and the permit to the outside.
.,, (2) Foreign Personnel as referred to in subsection (1) must be based on the assignment and the recommendations of the Government of the country of origin, international institutions or foreign non-governmental agencies that hand.
.,, (3) Foreign Personnel as referred to in paragraph (1), after the entry into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia, is obliged to report to the Agency/agencies that the scope of his duties covering the field of immigration.
.,, (4) Visa, entry permit, residence permit, and the permit to the outside as referred to in paragraph (1) is provided after obtaining a recommendation from the head of BNPB.
.,, (5) a limited residence permit as referred to in paragraph (1) was given the longest period corresponds to the period of emergency response disaster.
Article 34 in addition to the ease of access that is granted a visa, entry permit, residence permit, and the permit to the outside, foreign personnel as referred to in article 32 paragraph (1) may be given easy access to carry out the activities of the assistance to the disaster area and at the location specified by the Chief or head of BNPB BPBD according the location and depth of bencananya.

Article 35 For foreign passport holders personnel replacement for the diplomatic passport or the Passport Office issued by international institutions of the United Nations, after the entry into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia, is obliged to report to the Agency/agencies that the scope of its work covers the field of Foreign Affairs.

Article 36.,, (1) logistics equipment or as stipulated in article 32 paragraph (1) who enter the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia used to assist disaster relief emergency response at the time of the disaster, given the ease of access in the form of exemption from the imposition of import duties along with other admission tax.
.,, (2) Ease as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (3) Ease as referred to in subsection (1) is given on the recommendation of the head of BNPB.
Article 37 or logistical Equipment as stipulated in article 36 paragraph (1) who enter the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia used to assist disaster relief emergency response at the time of the disaster, given the ease of access in the form of quarantine actions, unless the equipment or logistics which has potential dangers.

Paragraph 3 of article 38. Licensing, Licensing, (1) as referred to in article 24 of the letter e is a special permission from the authorized institutions/agencies against the infusion of foreign personnel and/or equipment specific to the area of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia in addition to the licensing of immigration and customs.
.,, (2) Director of establishments/institutions the authorities referred to in paragraph (1) provides easy access to the head of BNPB to obtain specific permission enter the equipment and/or certain personnel into the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia which will be used assist disaster relief emergency response at the time of the disaster.
Paragraph 4 procurement of goods/services


Article 39 the procurement of goods/services as stipulated in article 24 letter f implemented programmatically by observing the type and quantity of needs in accordance with the conditions and characteristics of disaster areas.

Article 40.,, (1) at the time of the disaster, an emergency procurement of goods/services for the Organization of disaster emergency response done in particular through direct purchase/procurement of effective and efficient compliance with the condition at the time of the State of emergency.
.,, (2) purchase/procurement directly referred to in subsection (1) is not determined by the amount and price of the goods/services.
.,, (3) procurement of goods/services as referred to in paragraph (1) covers the equipment and/or service to:.,, a. search and rescue disaster victims;

b. emergency relief;

c. evacuation of disaster victims;

d. needs of clean water and sanitation;

e. food;

f. clothing;

g. health service; and h. the shelter and temporary dwellings.
.,, (4) the procurement of goods/services other than as referred to in paragraph (3) may be made by agencies/related agencies after approval of the head of BNPB or its corresponding BPBD head.
.,, (5) the approval referred to in subsection (4) may be given orally and followed the approval in writing within at least 3 x 24 (three times twenty-four) hours.
Article 41, the BNPB, (1) using the ready-made funds placed in the budget BNPB for procurement of goods and/or services at the time of the disaster emergency response.
., BPBD, (2) use the ready-made funds can be provided for in the NATIONAL budget and placed in a BPBD for the procurement of goods and/or services at the time of the disaster emergency response.
.,, (3) ready-made Fund referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is used in accordance with needs of disaster emergency response.
.,, (4) the provisions regarding the source and use of funds a ready-made set forth in a government regulation.
Paragraph 5 of the management and accountability of money and/or Goods Article 42.,, (1) the management and accountability of money and/or goods referred to in Article 24 of the letter g is given ease against the management and accountability of funds ready to use as referred to in article 41.
.,, (2) ready to use Funds as referred to in paragraph (1) allocated BNPB separately on the budget.
.,, (3) ready-made Fund referred to in subsection (1) is used is limited to procurement of goods and/or services as referred to in article 40 paragraph (4).
.,, (4) evidence of other transactions impossible on the procurement of goods and/or services while emergency response is given special treatment.
.,, (5) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) is valid also for the management of the Fund of ready-made in the area.
Article 43, the BNPB, (1) can provide funds ready to use directly on the affected area corresponds to the needs of the situation and condition of disaster emergency.
.,, (2) ready to use Funds as referred to in paragraph (1) provided through the head BPBD. (3) BPBD after receiving the funds ready to use reporting to the head of the region.
.,, (4) the use of ready-made funds referred to in subsection (1) done based on priority levels.
Article 44.,, (1) carry out a mandatory supervision BNPB against the use of ready-made Fund to the head BPBD as stipulated in article 43 paragraph (1).
., BPBD, (2) has received funds of ready-made mandatory report accountability to BNPB at least 3 (three) months after acceptance.
.,, (3) the Liabilities referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) was carried out in accordance with the guidelines set out by the head of BNPB.
Article 45.,, (1) the head of BNPB or head BPBD in accordance with its mandatory reporting for accountability of money and/or goods are received from the public.
.,, (2) Accountability Report referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to:., President, a. for the head of BNPB;

b. the Governor for the head of the BPBD province; and c. the bupati/walikota to Chief of BPBD district/city.
.,, (3) Accountability Report as referred to in paragraph (1) be informed to the public.
Paragraph 6 of article 46, Rescue, (1) ease of access in the rescue as stipulated in article 24 letter h is done through search, rescue, and evacuation of disaster victims.
.,, (2) to facilitate the rescue disaster victims and property, head of BNPB and/or BPBD head has authority:.,,.,, a. get rid of and/or destroy the goods or objects at the disaster site that may harm the soul;
.,, b. get rid of and/or destroy the goods or thing which may interfere with the process of rescue;
.,, c. ordered people to outside of a location or forbid people to enter a location; d. isolating or close a location either public or private property; and, e.., told the leadership of agencies/related agencies to shut down the flow of electricity, gas, or closing/opening the floodgates. (3) search and rescue disaster victims against terminated if:.,, a. the whole victim has been found, rescued, and evacuated; or, b.., after a period of 7 (seven) days since the start of the search operation, there are no signs of the victims would be found.
.,, (4) the termination of the search and help towards the disaster victims as intended in paragraph (1) letter b can be reopened with the consideration of the existence of new information regarding the indication of the existence of the disaster victims.
Paragraph 7 of article 47, Commando, (1) an emergency status In the head or the head of BNPB BPBD accordance with those powers had ease of access in the form of the command to instruct the sectors/institutions under one command as stipulated in article 24 of the letter i for the deployment of human resources, equipment, logistics, and rescue.
.,, (2) to carry out the functions of the command as mentioned in subsection (1), the head of BNPB or BPBD in accordance with its head may designate an officer as Commander of the emergency handling of the disaster.
., (3), Commander of the emergency handling of the disaster, according to the location and depth of bencananya, in the exercise of command of the deployment of human resources, equipment, logistics, and rescue referred to in subsection (2) is authorized to control the officials representing agencies/institutions as referred to in article 27 paragraph (3).
.,, (4) implementation of control Mechanisms in one command as mentioned in subsection (1) is based on the system of disaster emergency response command.
.,, (5) further Provisions regarding the disaster emergency response command system governed by regulation the head of BNPB.
Article 48.,, (1) on the status of disaster emergency, Commander of the emergency handling of the disaster, according to the location and depth of bencananya enable and improve operations control centre into a disaster emergency response command post.
.,, (2) command post referred to in subsection (1) serve to coordinate, control, monitor, and evaluate the disaster emergency response handling.
.,, (3) command post referred to in subsection (1) is an institution that is authorized to provide data and information about the handling of the disaster emergency response.
Article 49.,, (1) on the status of disaster emergency, Commander of the emergency handling of the disaster, according to the location and depth of bencananya form a field command post emergency response disaster mitigation at the disaster site.
.,, (2) a field command post disaster emergency response referred to in subsection (1) is in charge of doing the handling of disaster emergency response.
.,, (3) the task of handling the disaster emergency response conducted by a field command post referred to in subsection (2) is submitted to the command post as referred to in article 48 paragraph (1) to be used as data, information, and decision making for disaster emergency response handling.
Article 50, a, (1) in carrying out disaster emergency response handling, Commander of the emergency handling of the disaster, according to the location and depth of bencananya devised a plan of operations emergency response disaster that is used as a reference for each agency/implementing agency disaster emergency response.
.,, (2) guidelines for the preparation of disaster emergency response plan set out by the head of BNPB.
Rescue and evacuation of part four Article 51.,, (1) rescue and evacuation of the affected community as stipulated in article 21 Letter c, is done through the efforts and activities of search, rescue, and rescue community as a result of the disaster victims.
.,, (2) a search, rescue and aid communities hit by disasters as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by a team of fast reactions involving elements of society under the command of Commander emergency disaster handling, in accordance with the location and the level of bencananya.
.,, (3) in the event of a disaster, the BNPB escalation can provide support to BPBD to conduct rescue and evacuation of the affected community as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2).
.,, (4) emergency disaster Aid as referred to in paragraph (1) are prioritized on the affected community who suffered severe wounds and vulnerable groups.
.,, (5) on the community affected the identification efforts died and the funeral.
The fifth part of the fulfillment of basic needs Chapter 52.,, (1) the fulfillment of basic needs as referred to in article 21 letter d include: the provision of assistance, a.., needs clean water and sanitation;

b. food;

c. clothing;

d. health services;

e. psychosocial services; and f. the shelter as well as a place of residence.

.,, (2) the fulfillment of basic needs as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the Government, local governments, communities, businesses, international agencies and foreign non-governmental agencies or in accordance with the minimum standards as set forth in the provisions of the legislation.
The sixth part of the protection of vulnerable groups Article 53.,, (1) protection of vulnerable groups as referred to in article 21 letter e done by giving priority to disaster victims who suffered severe wounds and vulnerable groups in the form of rescue, evacuation, security, health services, and psychosocial.
.,, (2) protective measures against vulnerable groups referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by agencies/related agencies coordinated by the head of BNPB and/or head BPBD with accompaniment patterns/facilitation.
The seventh part of the recovery of Infrastructure and means of Immediate Vital Article 54.,, (1) restoration of infrastructure and means an immediate vital as stipulated in article 21 letter f aiming for proper functioning of infrastructure and vital means of immediately, so that people's lives remains ongoing.
.,, (2) the restoration of infrastructure and means an immediate vital as referred to in subsection (1) done by the related institutions/agencies coordinated by the head of BNPB and/or BPBD in accordance with its head.
CHAPTER IV Common PASCABENCANA One Part of article 55 the Organization of disaster relief at the stage pascabencana consists of: a. rehabilitation; and b. the reconstruction.

The second part of rehabilitation of article 56 (1) Rehabilitation in the area of pascabencana is done through activities:.,, a. improvement of environmental disaster area;

b. improvements to the infrastructure and public facilities;

c. grant home improvement community;

d. social psychological recovery;

e. health services;

f. reconciliation and conflict resolution;

g. recovery of social, economic, and cultural;

h. the restoration of security and order;

i. restoration of functions of Government; and j. recovery of the function of the public service.
.,, (2) to speed up the recovery of the life of the community in the area of pascabencana, the local Government set the priority of the rehabilitation activities as referred to in paragraph (1).
.,, (3) the determination of the priorities referred to in subsection (2) is based on the analysis of the damage and loss due to a disaster.
Article 57.,, (1) the rehabilitation Activities referred to in Article 56 paragraph (1) is the responsibility of the Government and/or local governments affected by the disaster.
.,, (2) the Government and/or local authorities referred to in paragraph (1) devised a plan of rehabilitation based on the analysis of the damage and loss due to a disaster as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (3) having regard to the aspirations of the community.
.,, (3) in drawing up the plan of rehabilitation as referred to in paragraph (2) should pay attention to:.,, a. arrangements concerning building construction standards;

b. social conditions;

c. mores;

d. culture; and e. the economy.
.,, (4) rehabilitation Plan as referred to in paragraph (2) was compiled on the basis of the guidelines set forth by the head of BNPB.
Article 58.,, (1) in conducting rehabilitation, mandatory district/city governments use disaster relief funds from the GRANT County/city.
.,, (2) in the event of inadequate BUDGETS, government district/municipality can request assistance funds to the provincial government and/or the Government to carry out rehabilitation.
.,, (3) in the case of the Government district/city rehabilitation fund to help Governments, such request must go through the Government of the province concerned.
.,, (4) in addition to the request referred to in subsection (2), the Government district/municipality may request the assistance of the provincial government and/or the Government be:.,, a. experts;

b. equipment; and c. leasehold development.
Article 59.,, (1) the proposal requests for assistance from local governments as stipulated in article 58 paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) verification by the inter-departmental/government agency nondepartemen that was coordinated by the head of BNPB.
.,, (2) the verification referred to in subsection (1) determines the quantity of aid that will be given to local governments Government proportionately.
.,, (3) the use of the assistance provided by the Government to local governments as referred to in paragraph (2) was performed by the monitoring and evaluation team of the inter-departmental/government agencies nondepartemen involving BPBD are coordinated by the head of BNPB.
Article 60 rehabilitation Activities as mentioned in Article 55 letters a work unit was implemented by local governments and related institutions/agencies coordinated by the head of the BPBD.

Paragraph 1 Fixes the neighborhood a disaster area Article 61.,, (1) Repair the environmental disaster area as referred to in article 56 paragraph (1) letter a is physical activity environmental improvements to meet the requirements of technical, social, economic, and culture as well as the ecosystems of a region.
.,, (2) the physical environmental improvement Activities as referred to in subsection (1) includes the environs of the settlement, an industrial area, area businesses, and the area of the building.
.,, (3) Environmental Improvement area referred to in subsection (1) must be based on technical planning with input regarding the types of activities from intansi/related agencies and disaster-prone areas community aspirations.
Article 62.,, (1) the technical Planning as referred to in article 61 paragraph (3) is the activity of the preparation of a document containing the technical plan drawing activity plan that wanted to be realized.
.,, (2) the technical Planning as mentioned in subsection (1) is arranged optimally via surveys, investigations, and design with attention to the social conditions, culture, economy, customs, standards and building construction.
.,, (3) technical improvements to the Planning of the environment as referred to in paragraph (1) contains at least:.,,.,, a. data on population, social, cultural, economic, infrastructure, and tools before disaster occurs;
.,, b. data damage include location data, disaster victims, the number and extent of damage, disaster and loss estimates; c. the potential of existing resources in the disaster area;., d., thematic map that contains as stated on the letter a, letter b, and the letter c; e. plan programs and activities;

f. design drawings;

g. budget plan;

h. schedule of activities; and i. guidelines for rehabilitation.
Article 63 environmental improvement Activities a disaster area as referred to in article 56 paragraph (1) letter a is implemented by agencies/related agencies in accordance with the functions and responsibilities of each of the task areas of shared community.

Paragraph 2 Improvement of public facilities and Infrastructures Article 64.,, (1) Repair the infrastructure and public facilities as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (1) letter b leasehold improvements is an activity of public facilities to meet the needs of transport, smooth economic activities, and socio-cultural life of the community.
., Repairs, (2) infrastructure and public facilities as referred to in subsection (1) must be based on technical planning, by observing the input regarding the types of activities of institutions/related agencies community needs and aspirations.
.,, (3) the activities of the infrastructure repair and public facilities as referred to in subsection (1) includes:.,, a. improvement of infrastructure; and b. the social facilities and public facilities.
Article 65.,, (1) the technical Planning as stipulated in article 64 paragraph (2) is the activity of the preparation of a document containing the technical plan drawing activity plan that wanted to be realized.
.,, (2) a technical plan Document referred to in subsection (1) is arranged optimally via surveys, investigations, and design with attention to environmental conditions, social, economic, culture, customs, and building construction standards.
.,, (3) the preparation of the technical plan documents as referred to in paragraph (2) of at least fulfill the provisions about:.,, a. safety requirements;

b. requirements of sanitary systems;

c. the terms of use of building materials; and, d. road construction technical standards requirements, building bridges, and waterworks.
.,, (4) the planning of the technical improvements of infrastructure and public facilities as referred to in paragraph (1) was drawn up based on the guidelines set out by the Agency/agencies concerned.
Article 66 the implementation of improvements to the infrastructure and public facilities as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (1) letter b made in mutual, with guidance and/or technical assistance from Governments and/or local governments.

Paragraph 3 home improvement Grant Community Article 67.,, (1) the grant home improvement help society as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (2) Letter c is Government assistance as a stimulant to help communities fix his damaged disaster to be inhabited again.
.,, (2) Government assistance as referred to in paragraph (1) may include materials, components of the home or the money that the magnitude is specified based on the results of the verification and evaluation of the level of damage to the House.
.,, (3) help the Government to repair the House of the community as referred to in paragraph (2) provided with the pattern community empowerment with the character of the area and the culture of the community, a mechanism of its implementation are set through the coordination of BPBD.
.,, (4) home improvement community as referred to in paragraph (3), following the technical standards in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (5) the implementation of the grant home improvement community made through technical guidance and technical assistance by the Agency/agencies concerned.
Paragraph 4 of article 68 Social Psychological Recovery

.,, (1) the social psychological Recovery referred to in Section 56 subsection (1) the letter d is intended to help communities affected by the disaster, restore the social life and psychological conditions in normal circumstances as a condition before the disaster.
.,, (2) activities to help communities impacted by disasters as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through the efforts of social services include: psychological, counseling, family assistance and consultancy;

b. mentoring trauma recovery; and c. recovery training of psychological conditions.
.,, (3) psychological social services as referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out by agencies/institutions are coordinated with related BPBD.
Paragraph 5 of article 69 health services.,, (1) health services as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (1) letter e is intended to help communities affected by disaster in order to restore conditions of public health.
.,, (2) activities of the recovery of the health conditions of communities impacted by disasters as referred to in subsection (1) is done through efforts:.,, a. helps disaster victims care of the sick and injured;

b. assist the care of disaster victims who died;

c. provide medicines;

d. provide health equipment;

e. provide medical and paramedical personnel; and f. referring to a nearby hospital.
.,, (3) attempts to restore public health conditions as referred to in paragraph (2), implemented through the Centre/pos health services established by the relevant agencies in coordination BPBD.
.,, (4) the implementation of recovery activities public health conditions as referred to in paragraph (3), be carried out with reference to the standard of emergency services in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Paragraph 6 reconciliation and conflict resolution, article 70 (1) reconciliation and conflict resolution as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (1) letter f is intended help the community in areas prone to disasters and social conflict-prone to lower tension and social conflict escalation and restore the social conditions of people's lives.
.,, (2) activities of reconciliation and conflict resolution referred to in subsection (1) is done through the persuasive mediation efforts by engaging community leaders linked to remain attentive to the situation, condition, and the character and culture of the local community and a sense of Justice.
.,, (3) the implementation of the reconciliation and conflict resolution activities as referred to in paragraph (2) performed by the institutions/agencies that coordinate with the BNPB or related BPBD in accordance with those powers.
Paragraph 7 Socioeconomic Recovery Culture Article 71.,, (1) the socio-economic culture of Recovery as referred to in article 56 paragraph (1) the letter g, intended to help communities impacted by disaster in order to restore the conditions of social life, economics, and culture as in the condition before the disaster.
.,, (2) activities of the restoration of social, economic, and culture referred to in subsection (1) is performed with the help of the community turn on and enable back the activities of social, economic, and culture through:.,, a. advocacy and counselling services;

b. help stimulant economic activity; and c. training.
.,, (3) the implementation of recovery activities of social, economic, and cultural as referred to in paragraph (2) performed by the institutions/related agencies coordinate with BPBD.
Paragraph 8 restoration of Security and order Article 72.,, (1) the restoration of security and order as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (1) the letter h is intended help the community in restoring conditions of security and public order of society in areas affected by disaster in order to return to the condition before the disaster. (2) security and order restoration Activities carried out through the efforts of:.,,.,, a. re-enable the security institutions function and order in the affected areas;
.,, b. increase the peranserta community in the activities of the security and order; and, c.., coordination with agencies/institutions that are authorized in the field of security and order.
.,, (3) the implementation of recovery activities security and order as referred to in paragraph (2) performed by the institutions/related agencies coordinate with BPBD.
Paragraph 9 of article 73 governmental functions Recovery.,, (1) restoration of functions of Government as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (1) letter i intended to restore the function of Government back as a condition before the disaster. (2) the activities of the governmental functions are performed through the recovery efforts:.,,.,, a. enable back the implementation of the tasks of government activities as soon as possible; b. rescue and safeguarding of documents of State and Government;

c. consolidation of government officials;.,, d. recovery functions and tools supporting tasks of Government; and e. setting back the duties of governance at the institutions/related agencies.
.,, (3) the implementation of the activities referred to in paragraph (2) performed by the institutions/related agencies under the coordination of the leadership of the Government in the region with the support of BPBD and the BNPB.
Paragraph 10 Recovery public service Functions Article 74.,, (1) restoration of public service function as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (1) the letter j is intended to restore the functions of the service to the community in the condition as before the disaster.
.,, (2) activities of the recovery of the functions of the public service referred to in subsection (1) is done through efforts:.,, a. rehabilitation and recovery functions of infrastructures and means of public services;., b., reactivate the function of public services on the institutions/related agencies; and c. function setting back public services.
.,, (3) the implementation of recovery activities public service function as stipulated in paragraph (2) performed by the institutions/related agencies under the coordination of the leadership of the Government in the region with the support of BPBD and the BNPB.
The third part of reconstruction of article 75 (1) of reconstruction in the region of pascabencana is done through activities:., a., rebuilding infrastructure and facilities;

b. the rebuilding means of the social community;

c. stirring back socio-cultural life of the community;., d., application architecture and the use of better equipment and disaster;
.,, e. participation and roles as well as civic institutions and organizations, the business world and the community; f. improvement of social conditions, economy, and culture;

g. an increase in function of the public service; or h. improving the services in the community.
.,, (2) to accelerate the reconstruction of all the infrastructure and means as well as the institutional region pascabencana, the Government and/or regional Governments set priorities of reconstruction activities as referred to in paragraph (1).
.,, (3) the determination of the priorities referred to in subsection (2) is based on the analysis of the damage and loss due to a disaster as stipulated in article 56 paragraph (3).
Article 76.,, (1) the reconstruction Activities referred to in Section 75 subsection (1) is the responsibility of the Governments of the affected areas, except for the infrastructure and means that was the responsibility of the Government.
.,, (2) local government is drafting plans for reconstruction which is an aggregation of the rehabilitation plan as referred to in article 57 paragraph (2).
.,, (3) in drawing up the plan of reconstruction as referred to in paragraph (2) should pay attention to:.,, a. spatial plans;

b. arrangements concerning building construction standards;

c. social conditions;

d. Customs;

e. local culture; and f. the economy.
.,, (4) Reconstruction Plan as referred to in paragraph (2) was compiled on the basis of the guidelines set forth by the head of BNPB.
Article 77.,, (1) in conducting the reconstruction, local governments are obligated to use disaster relief funds from the GRANT.
.,, (2) in the event of inadequate BUDGETS, government district/municipality can request assistance funds to the provincial government and/or the Government to carry out reconstruction activities.
.,, (3) in the case of the Government district/city sought help fund reconstruction to the Government, the request must go through the Government of the province concerned.
.,, (4) in addition to the request referred to in subsection (2), the Government district/municipality may request the assistance of the provincial government and/or the Government be:.,, a. experts;

b. equipment; and c. leasehold development.
Article 78.,, (1) the proposal requests for assistance from local governments as stipulated in article 77 paragraph (2) and (3) the verification conducted by the interdepartmental team of non government agencies/departments coordinated by the BNPB.
.,, (2) the verification referred to in subsection (1) determines the quantity of aid that will be given to local governments Government proportionately.
.,, (3) the verification referred to in paragraph (1) is carried out together with the verification of implementation of rehabilitation.
.,, (4) against the use of the assistance provided to local governments as referred to in paragraph (2) do monitoring and evaluation by the team of non government agencies/interdepartmental Department by involving the BNPB coordinated by BPBD.
Article 79 reconstruction Activities as mentioned in Section 75 subsection (1) is carried out by a unit of local government work and the related institutions/agencies coordinated by BPBD.

Paragraph 1 the reconstruction of Infrastructures and means of Article 80.,, (1) the rebuilding of infrastructures and means referred to in Section 75 subsection (1) letter a is physical activity new development tools and means to meet the needs of economic activities, social, cultural and spatial plan with the province and kabupaten/kota.
.,, (2) physical activities rebuilding infrastructures and means referred to in paragraph (1) pay attention to the spatial plan.

.,, (3) the spatial plan of the province and kabupaten/kota referred to in paragraph (2) contains:.,, a. space structure plan area;

b. plan the pattern space area;

c. determination of the region;

d. use of space landing area; and e. directives control the utilization of the space regions.
.,, (4) reconstruction of infrastructure and means referred to in subsection (1) must be based on technical planning with attention to feedback from agencies/related agencies, local government and the aspirations of the community a disaster area.
Article 81.,, (1) the technical Planning as referred to in article 80 paragraph (4) is the activity of the preparation of the technical plan document containing images of an activity plan wants to be realized.
.,, (2) the technical Planning as mentioned in subsection (1) must be optimally compiled through the survey, investigation, making designs with attention to social, economic conditions, local culture, customs, and building construction standards and pay attention to natural conditions.
.,, (3) the technical Planning of the reconstruction of infrastructure and means referred to in paragraph (1) contains:.,, a. outline of the strategy and the operational discretion;.,, b. detailed plan the rebuilding of infrastructures and means in accordance with the master plan; c. work plan and budget;

d. document the implementation;

e. documents on cooperation with other parties;., document, f. procurement of goods and services in accordance with the provisions of the regulations of the legislation;
.,, g. terms of the implementation of the reconstruction undertaken by the Government, local government and other related parties; and, h.., the provisions of the use of funds the rebuilding of infrastructures and means with upholding integrity and free as well as socially.
.,, (4) guidelines for the technical planning of the reconstruction of infrastructure and means arranged on the basis of guidelines set by the related ministries and coordinated by the head of BNPB.
Paragraph 2 of the reconstruction of the means of Social Community Section 82.,, (1) the reconstruction of the means of social society referred to in Section 75 subsection (1) letter b, is a new social facilities construction activities and public facilities to meet the needs of social and civic activities.
.,, (2) activities of social means of rebuilding the community as referred to in subsection (1) must be based on technical planning with attention to feedback from agencies/related agencies and the aspirations of the community a disaster area.
Article 83.,, (1) the technical Planning as referred to in article 82 paragraph (2) is the activity of the preparation of a document containing the technical plan drawing plan development activities who want to be realized.
.,, (2) the technical Planning as mentioned in subsection (1) must be optimally compiled through surveys, investigations, the making of the image design with attention to the social conditions, economic, culture, customs, and the technical standard of the building.
.,, (3) Technical Planning as mentioned in subsection (2) the least amount of technical provisions should meet about:.,, a. standard building construction techniques;

b. the determination of the region; and c. the direction of utilization of space. (4) the technical Planning as mentioned in subsection (3) includes:.,,.,, a. detailed plan development is a means of education, health, orphanage, the means of worship, nursing homes, and the village hall; b. implementation of the activities and budget documents;

c. work plan;

d. document the cooperation with other parties;., document, e. procurement of goods and/or services in accordance with the provisions of the regulations of the legislation; and, f. a provision the implementation of which is done by the Government, local governments, and stakeholders.
Article 84 of the reconstruction of the means of social society referred to in Section 75 subsection (1) letter b is exercised by the Government and/or regional Governments in accordance with the level of disaster.

Paragraph 3 Generation Back socio-cultural life of the community Article 85.,, (1) the stirring back socio-cultural life of the community as referred to in article 75 paragraph (1) Letter c, intended to deprogram and develop patterns of life towards the culture of social living conditions for a better society.
.,, (2) an effort reorganize socio-cultural life of the community is carried out by means of:.,, a. get rid of traumatic society against disaster;.,, b. preparing communities through disaster-conscious campaign activities and care of disaster;
.,, c. adjustments socio-cultural life of the community with an environment prone to disaster; and d. encourage community participation in disaster risk reduction activities.
.,, (3) the implementation of the activities of the stirring back socio-cultural life of the community as referred to in subsection (1) done by agencies/related agencies coordinate with head of BNPB or BPBD in accordance with its head.
Paragraph 4 Application Architecture Article 86.,, (1) the application of the right architecture and the use of better equipment and disaster as referred to in section 75 subsection (1) the letter d is aimed at:.,,.,, a. improving the stability of conditions and functions of infrastructures and facilities which are able to anticipate and disaster; and b. reduce the possibility of more severe damage due to the disaster.
.,, (2) the efforts of the implementation of the right architecture and the use of better equipment and disaster done with:.,, a. developing the architecture research and development results;

b. adjust with;

c. pay attention to the conditions of damage & region;

d. notice of local wisdom; and, e.., adjust the level of insecurity against disaster in the region in question.
.,, (3) the implementation of the activities of the implementation of the right architecture and the use of better equipment and durable by agencies/related agencies coordinate with head of BNPB.
Paragraph 5 the participation and Roles as well as Civic Institutions/organizations, the business community, and the public Article 87.,, (1) the participation and roles as well as civic institutions and organizations, the business world and society referred to in Section 75 subsection (1) letter e aims to increase participation in order to assist disaster-prone area setup towards better awareness and disaster-prone areas.
.,, (2) the arrangement of disaster-prone areas as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through the efforts of:.,, a. do campaigns matter;., disasters, b. encourage the growth of a sense of caring and loyal comrade in the institutions, civic organizations, and the business world; and, c.., encourage participation in the areas of funding and activities are preparation for a disaster.
.,, (3) the implementation of the participation and roles as well as civic institutions and organizations, the business world and society conducted by agencies/related agencies that coordinate with the BNPB.
Paragraph 6 the improvement of social conditions, economy, and culture Article 88.,, (1) the improvement of the conditions of the social, economic, and cultural 75 Article referred to in paragraph (1) letter f is aimed at the normalization of conditions and a better life.
.,, (2) improvement of social conditions, economy, and culture as referred to in paragraph (1) through the efforts of:.,, a. coaching ability of the affected community skills;.,, b. empowerment group joint venture may take the form of aid and/or goods; and c. encourage the creation of productive effort.
.,, (3) the implementation of the improvement of social conditions, economy, and culture referred to in subsection (2) is conducted by a government agency/agencies that coordinate with the BNPB and related BPBD.
Paragraphs 7 and an increasing public service Functions Article 89.,, (1) enhancement of the functions of the public service referred to in Section 75 subsection (1) the letter g is aimed at structuring and improvement of the functioning of public services to the community to encourage people's lives in the region of pascabencana in the direction of better.
.,, (2) Structuring and improving the functioning of the public service referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through the efforts of:.,, a. preparation of a long-term program of improvement of functioning of public services; and, b. the development mechanism and a system of public services more effective and efficient.
.,, (3) the exercise of the functions of the public service referred to in subsection (1) is implemented agency/agencies concerned.
Paragraph 8 of the main Service Improvement in the community Article 90.,, (1) the improvement of the main ministries in the community as referred to in article 75 subsection (1) the letter h is done with the aim of helping to increase the main services in the framework of excellent service.
.,, (2) to assist in improving the services in the community as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through the efforts of developing patterns of community service that is effective and efficient.
.,, (3) improved implementation of the main Ministry in the community as referred to in subsection (1) done by agencies/related agencies.
Chapter V MONITORING and EVALUATION the monitoring of article 91 is considered Part of monitoring the Organization of disaster relief is needed in order to monitor the implementation process is continuously conducting disaster relief.

Article 92 Monitoring the Organization of disaster relief as stipulated in article 91, performed by the referring element along with implementing elements of BNPB and/or BPBD and can involve institutions of national and regional development planning, as a thorough evaluation in the Organization of disaster relief.

The second part Reporting Article 93.,, (1) the preparation of the report of the Organization of disaster relief carried out by elements of the Steering and implementing elements of BNPB and/or BPBD.
.,, (2) disaster relief organization of the Report referred to in subsection (1) is used to verify the BNPB program planning and/or BPBD.
The third part of the evaluation of article 94

.,, (1) Evaluation of organizing disaster relief carried out in the framework of the achievement of minimum standards and improvements to disaster relief.
.,, (2) the evaluation as referred to in paragraph (1) are performed by the referring element BNPB for national level disaster handling and steering BPBD for the handling of local level disasters.
CHAPTER VI MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS-other Article 95.,, (1) in the case of aid for disaster relief comes from foreign countries, compulsory BNPB consult and coordinate with the Department of Foreign Affairs.
.,, (2) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
CHAPTER VII PROVISIONS COVER Article 96 of this Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation by placing it in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Set in Jakarta on February 28, 2008 The PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on February 28, 2008 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, ANDI MATTALATTA