After the development of the Five – year implementation plancame the development of the action plan to be able to achieve best results. All programs will and should bear the following elements.
Specific - The team identified which programs can be done immediatelyon a certain
Measurable - The team focused on measurable results, outcomes which they hope and
pray would producenoticeable rewards.
Agreement - The team agreed on one purpose only for every program for implementation, EFFECTIVE and RESULT-DRIVEN.
Realistic - The team is confident and believedall results are possible to achieve. The team will focus on coordinating with the best available resources.
Time-specific - Deadlines for achieving each stage are set. The ultimate goal is also given a deadline in the foreseeable future. Trivial enough to be handled.Great enough to show results.
Supportive back-up - The team believed that a helping relationship is useful for all stages of the implementation that is why the details of what kind of support the station needs in order to realize a project is clearly spelled out, discussed in every meeting and solved to the best of their ability.
Since not all implementation plans are carried out perfectly due to unavoidable circumstances, the team , through its conduct of regular station meetings, discussed and agreedthat programs written in the implementation plan will be targeted and accomplished according to the availability of resources and according to its degree of possibility.
Some key developments are:
1. Upgrading of Office Equipment and Extension of the station’s Administrative Office
2. Intensification of fire safety inspections to business establishments
3. The discovery of an upland school having a population of 106 underprivileged children and later led to the conduct of a Christmas Feeding Program on Dec. 22, 2010 for the pupils of TABGON Elementary School where most of the pupils are members of the Tabgon Tribal Community.Lacking of funds, through their collaborated effort and initiative and with the help of some helpful families of the community they were able to give an unusual Christmas gift to the Tabgon Tribal Community in the form of educational supplies, used clothing and the serving of nutritious food to the school children.
4. After the feeding program SFO3 Simeon H Ballon had a rare opportunity to have a dialogue with the Federation Chieftain of the Aeta’s Tribal Community of Tiwi. The Indigenous People of Tiwi was in dire need of medical and dental attention. Having in mind the purpose of preserving the perpetuity of these people and for the purpose of building national unity and development, the personnel of Tiwi Fire Station had unanimously given their willingness to help and conduct a medical and dental mission. Hard as it seemed at the time to raise funds, the Tiwi Fire Station asked the assistance of various agencies region-wide. Soon private sectors from the Tiwi Community joined hands to make this medical and dental mission worth remembering, especially the Aboitiz Power Renewables, Inc. (APRI). On 11 March 2011, by religiously performing the respective assigned tasks, the Medical and Dental Mission was successfully conducted. A total of five hundred ninety (590) members of the tribal communities of Joroan, Misibis, Tabgon and Mayong were given medical and dental attentions. For the willingness, initiative, ingenuity and diligence of the personnel of Tiwi Fire Station for this cultural and humanitarian endeavor, they were awarded and conferred aGantimpalaAgad Award on 11 April 2011 by the Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 5.
On March 17, 2012 another
5. Soon after, all programs one by one came into reality. The station accomplished the conduct of Fire Safety Education and Drills to all the schools within Tiwi District. This enabled them to identify which schools to choose for the conduct of Feeding Programs. December 2011 was for the undernourished children of Barangay Naga, December 2012 was for the pupils of BagumbayanElementary School and December 2013 was for the Senior citizens of Barangay Joroan. This year is for the pupils of Belen Elementary School.
6. The station also accomplished the organization of the Company Fire Brigades of the two (2) Industrial Companies within Tiwi, APRI and PGPC, Inc. as well as the reorganization of the Municipal Emergency Rescue Team. These groups duly finished their Competency Trainings conducted by the BFP.
7. In the universal campaign of preserving and maintaining a well-balanced ecology and as one of the solutions in mitigating the devastating effects of climate change the conduct of “TUMANA Run – Run, Jog, Walk and Tree Planting Activity for a Well-Balanced Ecology and the Promotion Eco-Tourist Agricultural Park” was held on 01 March 2013 attended by 1,253 participants from the different sectors of the community. Another tree planting activity was conducted on March 8, 2014 at Joroan National High School.
8. In the midst of giving dedicated public service to the people of Tiwi, the Tiwi Fire Station personnel found time to reach out and help two needy persons in the name of Jose Beraña,bedridden and being taken cared of only by his wife with no regular source of income, a resident of Mayong, Tiwi, Albay and Kevin Copioso, a 15 year-old boy from Brgy. Naga, Tiwi, Albay. crippledfor life.Armed with “tiklad” and yantok as well as a bit of GI sheet, the group TREKKED to Jose Beraña’s home funded by the station personnel on May 3, 2011 and Kevin became the recipient of wheelchair donated by Ako Bicol (AKB) Partylist on 05 May 2012 at DZGB Radio Station, Legazpi City.
1. For the willingness, initiative, ingenuity and diligence of the personnel of Tiwi Fire Station for this cultural and humanitarian endeavor, the station personnel were awarded and conferred a GantimpalaAgad Award on 11 April 2011 by the Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 5.
2. The personnel of Tiwi Fire Station received a MedalyangKasanayan, pursuant to the Bureau Order No. AWD-2012-132 dated 19 June 2012, signed by F/CSUPT SAMUEL R PEREZ, CESO VI (DSC), for all the hard work and efforts exerted in 2011. The pinning of medal and citation badge gave them honor and inspiration to do more public service for the community.
3. September is also memorable to them all. Their Municipal Fire Marshal, SFO4 Simeon H Ballon, received a distinct recognition as a civil servant when he was chosen by the Civil Service Commission Regional Office No. 5 as the 2012 BayaningKawani Awardee.
4. On October 24, 2013, their Municipal Fire Marshal, SFO4 Simeon H Ballon received a recognition from the Civil Service Commission as a 2013 Dangalng Bayan Awardee during the Civil Service Commission Search for Outstanding Public Officials and Employees.
5. Lastly, the Tiwi Fire Station successfully built bridges to the community and stakeholders making it easier for them to work for the realization of their chosen projects and activities.