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List of laws, regulations and publications issued by National Board for Disaster Management

(BNPB)
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Type
Number/Y
Title
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ear
1.
Act
27/2007
On Coastal and Small Islands Management
2.
26/2007
On Land Use Planning
(UndangOn Disaster Management
3.
24/2007
Undang)
4. Governmen
21/2008
On Disaster Management Actions
5. t Regulation
22/2008
On Disaster Relief Financing and Management
On International Institution and Non-Governmental Organization
(Peraturan
Engagement in Disaster Management
6. Pemerintah
23/2008
/PP)
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Presidential
Regulation
(Peraturan
Presiden/Pe
rpres)

70/2012

Presidential
Decree
(Keputusan
Presiden/Ke
ppres)

59/2009

Ministerial
Decree
(Keputusan
Menteri)
Head
Regulation
(Peraturan
Kepala/Perk
a)

08/2008
03/2007
83/2005

03/2001
111/2001

14/2006

22/2014
21/2014
14/2014
13/2014
12/2014
11/2014
10/2014
09/2014
08/2014
08/2013
04/2013

On Second Revision on Perpres No. 54/2010 on Governmental


Goods/Services Provision
On National Board for Disaster Management (BNPB)
On Revision on Perpres No. 83/2005 on The National
Coordination Board for Disaster Management
On National Coordination Board for Disaster Management
On Members of Disaster Coordination Unit from Government
Institution
On Coordination Board for the Disaster and Refugees
Management
On Revision on Keppres No. 3/2001 On Coordination Board for
the Disaster and Refugees Management
Coordinating Ministry of Peoples Welfare on Organization and
Personnel of National Coordination Board for the Disaster
Management in Yogyakarta and Central Java Province
On Recruitment Mechanism and Criteria for Steering Committee
from Professional Society for BNPB
On Financing and Knowledge Sharing Mechanism and Disaster
Management Experience
On Management, Protection and Participation of Persons with
Disabilities in Disaster Management
On Gender Mainstreaming in Disaster Management
On Private Sector Engagement in Disaster Management
On Community Sector Engagement in Disaster Management
On Guidelines for Finance Accountability Documents in BNPB
On Governmental Goods/Services Provision in BNPB
On Guidelines for Technological Disaster Information
Management
On Guidelines for Disaster Emergency Response Media Centre
On Technical Instruction for Post-Disaster Rehabilitation and
Reconstruction in Settlement Sector

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01/2013
06/2013
03/2012
02/2012
01/2012
10/2012
16/2012
04/2012
07/2012
15/2012
06.A/2011
15/2011
08/2011
17/2011
05/2011
20/2011
11/2011
21/2011
23/2010
12/2010
17/2010
22/2010
18/2010
24/2010

On Action Plan for Rehabilitation and Reconstruction in PostEarthquake Disaster Areas in Central Aceh and Bener Meriah
2013-2014
On Guidelines for Disaster Communication Radio
On Guidelines for Regional Capacity Assessment in Disaster
Management
On General Guidelines for Disaster Risk Assessment
On General Guidelines for Disaster Resilient Village/Sub-district
On Logistics Management for Humanitarian Relief During
Emergency
On Guidelines for Logistics and Equipment Storage During
Disaster Emergency Status
On Guidelines for Resilient School
On Guidelines for Disaster Data and Information Management
On Guidelines for Centre of Disaster Management Operational
Control
On Guidelines for Utilization of Government Ready Fund During
Disaster Emergency
On Guidelines for Post-Disaster Needs Assessment
On Standardization of Disaster Data
On Guidelines for Disaster Management Volunteers
On Action Plan for Rehabilitation and Reconstruction in PostVolcanic Eruption Disaster Areas in Yogyakarta and Central Java
Province 2011-2013
On Guidelines for Monitoring and Evaluation of Disaster Logistics
Management
On Guidelines for Disaster Equipment Inventory
On Guidelines for Monitoring and Evaluation of Disaster
Equipment Management
On Collection and Management of Public Fund for Disaster Relief
On Guidelines for Humanitarian Relief Mechanism for Emergency
Repair
On General Guidelines for Post-Disaster Rehabilitation and
Reconstruction
On Guidelines for International Institution and NonGovernmental Organization Engagement During Emergency
Respond
On Guidelines for Disaster Logistics and Equipment Distribution
On Guidelines for Development of Disaster Operational Plan

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13/2010
15/2010
14/2010
13/2010
19/2010
16/2009
14/2009
17/2009
18/2009
04/2009
05/2009
06/2009
06/2008
08/2008
13/2008
10/2008
09/2008
04/2008
11/2008
Report and
Publication

2011

70
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2011

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2013

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2013

73
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2014

On Guidelines for Search, Rescue and Evacuation


On Guidelines for Allocation and Amount for Disability Aid
On Guidelines for Disaster Command Post Development
On Guidelines for Allocation for Emergency Repair Aid
On Guidelines for Disaster Logistics and Equipment Elimination
On Guidelines for Direct Grant Management in BNPB
On General Guidelines for Disaster Training
On Guidelines for Disaster Equipment Standardization
On Guidelines for Disaster Logistics Standardization
On Guidelines for Logistics Aid
On Guidelines for Equipment Aid
On Guidelines for Warehouse and Storage
On Guidelines for Government Ready Fund Utilization
On Guidelines for Allocation and Amount of Bereavement
Compensation
On Guidelines for Disaster Logistics and Equipment
On Guidelines for Disaster Emergency Command
On Procedure for Emergency Team of BNPB
On Guidelines for Disaster Management Plan Development
On Guidelines for Post-Disaster Rehabilitation and
Reconstruction
Indonesia Vulnerability Index
http://www.bnpb.go.id/ViewerJS/#../uploads/migration/pubs/441.
pdf
Guidelines for Contingency Plan Development (2 nd ed)
http://www.bnpb.go.id/ViewerJS/#../uploads/migration/pubs/501.
pdf
National Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction
Indonesia Disaster Risk Index
http://www.bnpb.go.id/ViewerJS/#../uploads/publication/612/IRBI
%202013_Resize.pdf
Handbook for Regional Development Plan 2015: Developing
Resilient Nation Through Disaster Risk Reduction

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2010-2014

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2010-2012

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Plan

2010-2014

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2013

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2012

http://www.bnpb.go.id/ViewerJS/#../uploads/migration/pubs/Buku
_Pegangan_PPD_2015a.pdf
National Disaster Management Plan
http://www.bnpb.go.id/ViewerJS/#../uploads/migration/pubs/445.
pdf
National Action Plan for Disaster Risk Reduction
http://www.bnpb.go.id/ViewerJS/#../uploads/migration/pubs/451.
pdf
BNPB Strategic Plan
http://www.bnpb.go.id/ViewerJS/#../uploads/migration/pubs/471.
pdf
National Contingency Plan for Haze Disaster Caused by Forest
and Land Fire
http://www.bnpb.go.id/uploads/publication/597/rencana_kontijen
si.pdf
Master Plan for Tsunami Disaster Risk Reduction
http://www.bnpb.go.id/ViewerJS/#../uploads/migration/pubs/578.
pdf

3.2.1. Strengthen disaster risk governance to manage disaster risk


List of relevant laws and regulations
Sector

Type

Agriculture

N
o.

No./Year

Title

23/2014

On Regional
Governance

19/2013

On Farmers
Protection and
Empowerment

3.

18/2012

On Food

4.

13/2010

On Horticulture

1.

2.
Act (UU)

5.

6.

Presidenti
al Decree
(Inpres)
Ministerial
Regulation
(Permen)

5/2015

17/Perment
an/HK.140/
4/2015

On Provision of
Unhusked/Husked
Rice and Distribution
of Rice by
Government
On Guidelines in
Developing
Community Barns
2015

7.

19/Perment
an/HK.140/
4/2015

On Ministry of
Agriculture Strategic
Plan 2015-2019

8.

40/Perment

On Facilitation of

Content
Sub-task on agricultural mentioned about the institutional
mandate in the event of agricultural-related disaster: Ministry
of Agriculture at national level, Provincial Agricultural
Department at provincial level and Regency/City Agricultural
Department at regency/city level.
National and regional government is responsible to protect
farmers from climate change-related hazards particularly in
relation to crop failure, through the development of early
warning system (EWS) and agriculture insurance. The latter
cover the crop failure loss caused by natural disaster and
climate change impacts.
National and regional government is responsible to ensure the
food security from climate change and natural disaster threats
through technological innovation and regulations.
Horticulture small and medium enterprises (SMEs) who
experience crop failure due to natural disaster and climate
change impacts are entitled to receive assistance from
government which proposed by the regional government.
Regulate the provision and distribution of rice in the case of
natural disaster events and emergency, including ensuring the
food security.
Development of community barns to secure the food supply in
the case of crop failure due to climate change and in the event
of natural disaster.
Disaster management is included within the strategic planning
of Ministry of Agriculture and within the operational policies
there are policies on climate change adaptation and
mitigation, post disaster management and plant protection.
Agricultural Insurance covers the crop failure loss due to

an/SR.230/
7/2015

Agricultural Insurance

9.

43/Perment
an/OT.010/
8/2015

10
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11/Perment
an/OT.140/
3/2015

11
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47/Perment
an/OT.140/
4/2014

12
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50/Perment
an/OT.140/
6/2007

On Guidelines for
Disaster Management
in Agricultural Sector

26/Perment
an/OT.140/
2/2007
47/Perment
an/OT.140/
10/2006

On Guidelines for
Plantation Business
Permit
On Guidelines for
Farming Activities in
Mountain Regions

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15
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16
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Maritime and Fishery

14
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Act (UU)

27/2007

Governme
nt
Regulation
(PP)

64/2010

On Organization and
Working Procedure in
Ministry of Agriculture
On Indonesian
Sustainable Palm Oil
(ISPO) Certification
System
On Fire Brigades and
Guidelines for
Prevention and
Management of Land
and Plantation Fire

On Coastal and Small


Islands Management
On Disaster Mitigation
in Coastal and Small
Islands Regions

natural disaster and climate change impacts.


Sub-directorate of Climate Change Impacts and Natural
Disasterunder Directorate of Horticultural Protectionhas
the mandate to the development of policies, standard
operational procedure (SOP) and criteria and provide technical
assistance and evaluation related to climate change impacts
and natural disaster.
Prevention and management on land fire measures (e.g.
human resources, facilitation provision, and emergency
response system) is included within the ISPO certification
system.
Regulate and provide guidelines for the working procedure for
the fire brigadeswho work under governmental mechanism
at national, provincial and regency/city levelto prevent,
control and extinguish fire at land and plantation, including the
post-fire management.
Ministry of Agriculture is responsible to provide protection for
farmers from the adverse impacts of natural disaster
particularly to ensure the agricultural production continuity in
the event of disaster. The guidelines include the financing
mechanism, monitoring, evaluation and reporting system.
In order to obtain the permit company is required to have a
written statement outlining the capability to have the facilities
to perform land clearing without burning.
Provide guidelines to prevent landslides and soil erosion with a
sustainable mountain farming system.
Government is responsible to conduct disaster mitigation
measures in coastal and small islands regions through
structural/physical development or non-physical such as
capacity development for disaster preparedness.
Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries should be the leading
institution in conducting the disaster mitigation measures in
coastal and small islands regions, which include: (1) type, risk
level and disaster regions; (2) disaster mitigation activities; (3)
disaster mitigation within the coastal and small islands regions

17
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18
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Presidenti
al
Regulation
(Perpres)

50/2015

On Empowerment of
Small Scale
Fishermen and Fish
Farmers

63/2015

On Ministry of
Maritime Affairs and
Fisheries

19
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SK.44/KP3K
/XII/2008

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2012

21
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2012
Publication
s

22
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SK.64D/P3K
/IX/2004

23
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2010

24
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2013

25
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Ministerial
Regulation
(Permen)

12/PERMEN
-KP/2014

Guidelines for
Developing DisasterResilient Dwellings in
Coastal Regions
Guidelines for Coastal
Village Development
Planning
Guidelines for
Tsunami Mitigation
Through Coastal
Vegetation
Guidelines for
Reclamation in
Coastal Regions
Roadmap for Climate
Change in Maritime
and Fisheries Sector
Technical Guidelines
for Resilient Coastal
Village Development
On Protection for
Fishermen, Fish and
Salt Farmers Affected

management planning; (4) mitigation measures for activities


that potentially damage the coastal and small islands regions;
(5) responsibility of government at national and regional level,
and community; (6) monitoring and evaluation; and (7)
financing.
The empowerment of small scale fishermen and fish farmers
could significantly reduce the communities vulnerability in the
face of disaster hence could also be categorized as DRR
measures.
The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries is responsible to
conduct disaster mitigation measures in coastal and small
islands regions with the particular mandate in General
Directorate of Marine Spatial Planning.
Provide guidelines for developing houses that are resilient to
disasters such as earthquake, tsunami, floods and other tidal
wave disasters.
The scope of coastal village development is including natural
disaster and climate change.
The aims of this document are to give guidelines: (1) in
planning and designing the coastal belt to mitigate tsunami
risk; (2) in vegetating, monitoring and evaluating the coastal
belt for tsunami mitigation.
Reclamation activities is require to consider the disaster
characteristic of coastal regions particularly to face disasters
such as tsunami, earthquake, erosion, flood and other tidal
wave disasters.
Outline the required governmental intervention as a response
to climate change in order to reduce the risk for the
community and ecosystem.
Climate change adaptation measures at village level.
Fishermen and fish and salt farmers who affected by natural
disasters and climate change adverse impacts are entitled for
assistance form the government which divided into two

by Natural Disaster

Circular
Letter (SE)

70a/MPN/S
E/2010

27
.

Head
Regulation
(Perka)

BNPB
04/2012

28
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Education

26
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2009
Publication
s

29
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31
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Health

30
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2010
Ministerial
Decree
(Kepmen)

On Mainstreaming
DRR in Schools

On Implementation of
Safe School

Regulate the implementation of safe school mechanism in the


face of earthquake and tsunami disaster.

Modules for DRR


Integration Within
Education System
Guidelines and PostDisaster Assessment
Tools in Education
Sector

The modules are available for all education levels (i.e. primary,
junior high and high school) for the following disaster type: (1)
earthquake; (2) tsunami; (3) landslide; (4) fire; and (5) flood.

876/Menke
s/SK/XI/200
6

On National Policy
and Strategy for Crisis
Management and
Other Health Issues

064/Menke
s/SK/II/200
6

On Guidelines for
Information System in
Crisis Management
Caused by Disaster

32
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406/Menke
s/SK/IV/200
8

33
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HK.00.SJ.SK
IX.0828/20
07

34

459/Menke

categories: (1) emergency response and (2) rehabilitation.


This letter from Ministry of National Education is circulated to
all governors, regents and mayors to implement the DRR
mainstreaming in schools through: (1) empowerment of
institutional role and capacity of school; (2) integration of DRR
into curriculum; and (3) establishment of partnership and
network to support the initiative.

On Development of
Youth Disaster
Brigade (Pemuda
Siaga Peduli
Bencana/DASIPENA)
On International
Training Consortium
on Disaster Risk
Reduction (ITC-DRR)
On Guidelines for

This document is divided into four different sections: (1)


general manual book; (2) rapid assessment book; (3) early
recovery book; and (4) rehabilitation and reconstruction book.
Provide guidelines for health practitioners and related
institutions at national, provincial and regency/city level, nongovernmental institutions, NGOs, private sector and
community in regards to crisis management and other health
issues which caused by disaster and other emergency events.
Recognize the importance of high quality information system
within the crisis management measures and aim to: (1)
provide accurate information for pre, during and post disaster
events; (2) provide mechanism for data collection,
management and reporting.
DASIPENA is a youth brigade to support the disaster
management measures in health sectorfor pre, during and
post disaster phaseand formed in every Indonesian region.

ITC-DRR aims to develop the human resource capacity in


relation to crisis management and risk reduction.
Ministry of Health, along with several national universities,

s/SK/V/200
8

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066/Menke
s/SK/II/200
6

36
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14/Menkes/
SK/I/2002

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1361/Menk
es/SK/XII/2
001

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12/Menkes/
SK/I/2002

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1357/Menk
es/SK/XII/2
001

40
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1786/Menk
es/SK/XII/2
005

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289/Menke
s/SK/III/200
3

42
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783/Menke
s/SK/X/200
6

International Disaster
Risk Reduction
Training
On Guidelines for
Health Human
Resource
Management in
Disaster Management
On Guidelines for
Health Issues
Management Caused
by Emergency
Situation
On Guidelines for
Early Warning System
in Disaster-Prone
Areas
On Guidelines for
Field Coordination in
the Case of Disaster
On Minimum Standard
of Health Issues
Caused by Disaster
and Refugees
On Guidelines for
Health Issues
Management During
Earthquake Disaster
On Procedures for
Controlling Air
Pollution Impacts
Caused by Forest Fire
On Regionalization of
Centre for Health
Crisis Management

World Health Organization and donor agencies has established


an International Training Consortium on Disaster Risk
Reduction on 18 September 2007 in Makassar.
Provide guidelines to health and other related institutions for
developing their human resource in event of emergency
response to minimize the rate of misconduct which caused
mortality and disability.
Provide guidelines for health practitioners in order to have
more effective and efficient coordination in the case of
emergency events.
Provide guidelines for provincial and regency/city level
government to implement disaster management activities in
order to minimize the casualties.
Provide guidelines for disaster and health practitioners to
better coordinate on the field and improve community the
awareness and preparedness in the case of disaster events.
This document aims to standardize the health services in the
case of disaster including prevention and control of infectious
disease for the use of disaster practitioners from government,
NGOs and community.
Earthquake disaster usually caused particular health issues
and problems (e.g. fracture) hence this document provide
guidelines to address those issues in order to minimize the
casualties.
The mandate for controlling air pollution is located in
Department of Health at regency/city level for pre, during and
post forest fire disaster.
Ministry of Health develop nine Regional Centre for Health
Crisis Management in: (1) North Sumatera; (2) South
Sumatera; (3) DKI Jakarta; (4) Central Java; (5) East Java; (6)
South Kalimantan; (7) Bali; (8) North Sulawesi; and (9) South
Sulawesi in order to accelerate and improve quality of aid

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059/Menke
s/SK/I/2011

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564/Menke
s/SK/VIII/20
06

1018/Menk
es/Per/V/20
11

45
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On Guidelines for
Medicine and Other
Medical Supplies in
Disaster Management
On Guidelines for
Development of Alert
Village

On Adaptation
Strategy for Health
Sector in relation to
Climate Change

Ministerial
Regulation
(Permen)

46
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47
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48
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49
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035/2012

012/2012
Publication
s

2012
2007

On Guidelines for
Identification of
Health Risk Factor
Index Caused by
Climate Change
On Hospital
Accreditation
Roadmap for Health
Information System
Curriculum for
Capacity
Development for
Disaster Management
Technical Officer

distribution.
Provide guidelines to improve the efficiency and effectiveness
of medicine and medical supplies service for pre, during and
post disaster events including the storage, distribution,
accountability, evaluation and reporting.
Alert Village program aims to improve the capacity of village in
terms of reducing the health risk factors caused by disaster.
Ministry of Health is a member of National Council on Climate
Change hence responsible to address the adverse impacts of
climate change through: (1) advocacy and socialization of
climate change adaptation in health sector; (2) mapping of
vulnerable population and areas; (3) improving emergency
response system on climate change; (4) regulations and
policies; (5) improving the scope of health service particularly
for vulnerable areas; (6) improving the human resources
capacity; (7) improving the control and prevention measures
for disease related to climate change; (8) partnership; (9)
community empowerment; and (10) improving surveillance
and information system.
Climate change has caused the environmental degradation
which is also become a health risk factor, hence the
identification is needed for: (1) vectorborne disease; (2) water
and foordborne disease; (3) airborne disease; (4) noninfectious disease (NCD); (5) disaster events; (6) mental
disease; and (7) nutrition problems.
Safe hospital element is included within the accreditation
assessment.
Outline the information system mechanism for health-related
disaster.
Published by Centre for Health Crisis Management of Ministry
of Health, this document provide the capacity development
curriculum for: (1) managing disaster risk in health sector; (2)
developing contingency plan; (3) conducting rapid needs
assessment; (4) operating inflatable boat; (5) operating field
hospital; (6) operating communication radio; and (7) managing
disaster data and information.

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Spatial and Land Use

51
.

2012

Act (UU)
Governme
nt
Regulation
(PP)

56
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57
.

On Spatial Planning

26/2008

On National Region
Spatial Planning
(RTRWN)

Disaster-prone areas are included within national protected


areas meaning further assessment and requirements are
compulsory in order to develop those particular areas.

On General Guidelines
for Built Environment
Planning (RTBL)
On Guidelines for
Spatial Planning in
Volcanic-Prone Areas
On Guidelines for
Spatial Planning in
Landslide-Prone Areas
On Provision of Open
Space at Urban Areas
On Guidelines for
Utilization of
Underground Space
On Guidelines for
Provincial Region
Spatial Planning
On Guidelines for
Regency Region
Spatial Planning
On Guidelines for
Urban Spatial
Planning
On Spatial Plan for
Java-Bali Island
On Spatial Plan for
National Strategic

RTBL is intended to control land use in order to develop a


productive and sustainable built environment system, and
disaster-prone area elements are included within the plan.
Provide guidelines to develop operational spatial plan at
provincial and regency/city level that is resilient to the risk of
volcanic eruption hazard through zoning and land use control.
Provide guidelines to develop operational spatial plan at
provincial and regency/city level that is resilient to the risk of
landslide hazard through zoning and land use control.
The requirement for urban areas to have sufficient open space
for evacuation and safe place in the case of disaster.
Disaster assessment is required for the utilization of
underground space in order to have a safe, productive and
sustainable development.
Disaster-prone areas are included within provincial protected
areas meaning further assessment and requirements are
compulsory in order to develop those particular areas.
Disaster-prone areas are included within regency protected
areas meaning further assessment and requirements are
compulsory in order to develop those particular areas.

No.21/PRT/
M/2007

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Ministerial
Regulation
(Permen)

22
/PRT/M/200
7
05/PRT/M/2
008
02/PRT/M/2
014

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15/PRT/M/2
009

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16/PRT/M/2
009

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17/PRT/M/2
009

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Presidenti
al
Regulation
(PP)

This document is adopted and modified from Safe Hospitals in


Emergencies and Disasters, Structural, Non Structural and
Function Indicators published by World Health Organization
and European Commission in 2009.
Spatial planning should be conducted by considering the
national geographical condition that is prone to disasters.

26/2007

06/PRT/M/2
007

54
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Technical Guidelines
for Safe Hospitals in
Disaster and
Emergency Situation

26/2008
70/2014

Urban regions are required to take disaster mitigation


measures into account within the development process.
Realization of national urban regions based on disaster
mitigation and adaptation measures.
Spatial plan based on disaster mitigation is implemented
through improvement of national parks function, improvement

Region of Mt. Merapi


National Park

Ministerial
Decree
(Kepmen)

63
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64
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2011

65
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Publication
s

66
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68
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69
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70
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71
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NA

NA
Public Works and Infrastructure

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09/KPTS/M/
IX/1999

Act (UU)

Governme
nt
Regulation
(PP)

On Guidelines for
Regional Residential
and Settlement
Development Plan
(RP4D)
Roadmap for Disaster
Risk Reduction in
Public Work Sector
Guidelines for Land
Use Control in
Landslide-Prone Areas
Guidelines for Land
Use Control in FloodProne Areas

28/2002

On Building Structure

07/2004

On Water Resources

32/2009

On Environmental
Protection and
Management

01/2011

On Residential and
Settlement

36/2005

On Building Structure

of protected areas function, development of integrated


disaster evacuation system, implementation of high control
system in settlement areas and increase the public
participation and awareness.
New residential and settlement should not be developed in
vulnerable areas (both recurring and potential disaster).
Outline the required measures in order to implement DRR
activities that have been planned at regulatory level hence the
disaster risk could be reduced significantly.
Intended for related stakeholders at provincial and
regency/city level through land use control based on the
unique characteristic of each region.
Intended for related stakeholders at provincial and
regency/city level through land use control based on the
unique characteristic of each region.
Building structure is required to comply with the safety
requirement including safe from fire hazards.
Government is responsible to control the water damage
potential risk including floods, erosion, sedimentation,
landslide and cold lava flood.
Government is required to consider the environmental
degradation issuesincluding the potential disaster riskin
formulating the development plan at national, provincial and
regency/city level.
Development plan for settlement regions need to include: (1)
improvement in urban and rural resources; (2) disaster
mitigation; and (3) public services provision. Reconstruction of
settlements is prohibited in disaster-prone areas in order to
reduce the disaster risk.
The building function is classified based on the level of
complexity, permanence, fire risk, earthquake zoning, height
and/or ownership status. Every building is required to have
evacuation facilities including warning system for tenants,
emergency exit, evacuation route and emergency plan.

72
.

73
.

Ministerial
Decree
(Kepmen)

74
.

297/KPTS/
M/2013

On Disaster
Management Task
Force in Ministry of
Public Works

05/PRT/M/2
015

Ministerial
Regulation
(Permen)

77
.

78
.

On Water Resource
Management

11/KPTS/20
00

75
.

76
.

42/2008

Publication
s

On Technical
Regulation for Fire
Management in Urban
Areas
On General Guidelines
for Implementation of
Sustainable
Construction in Public
Works and Settlement
Infrastructure

10/2014

On Guidelines for
Disaster Mitigation in
Residential and
Settlement Sector

11/PRT/M/2
012

On National Action
Plan for Climate
Change Mitigation
and Adaptation 20122020

NA

Guidelines for
Disaster Management
in Public Works
Facilities

The control measures for water damage potential risk are


including: (1) prevention before the disaster; (2) management
during the disaster; and (3) recovery after the disaster through
sustainable and coordinated control system.
Disaster Management Task Force is responsible to: (1) prepare
the emergency preparedness by coordinating with BNPB
during emergency response phase; (2) conduct disaster
emergency response functions; (3) conduct emergency
transition before rehabilitation and reconstruction; and (4)
other emergency functions tasked from BNPB to Ministry of
Public Works.
This document aims to develop building structure,
environment and urban that are resilient to fire hazard through
implementation of effective and efficient fire management.
Sustainable construction is an approach for developing
physical facilities that fulfill economic and environment gain
through certain principles including risk mitigation measures
for climate change and disaster events.
The scope of this document including: (1) identification of
disaster mitigation measures; (2) implementation of disaster
mitigation measures; (3) disaster management; and (4)
community participation for the following disaster type: (1)
earthquake; (2) tsunami; (3) volcanic eruption; (4) landslide;
and (5) flood.
This regulation strengthen the strategic efforts done by
Ministry of Public Works in relation to climate change
adaptation and mitigation including: (1) climate change
adaptation and mitigation strategies for public works and
spatial planning sector; (2) targets; (3) outputs; (4)
components; and (5) financing.
Provide guidelines for public works management in the case
of disaster events for pre, during and post-disaster phase for
disaster such as floods, volcanic eruption, earthquake,
tsunami, forest fire, typhoon and landslides.

79
.

Ministerial
Regulation
(Permen)

PM.106/PW.
006/MPEK/
2011

Publication
s

2008

On Hotel Security
Management System

Tourism
80
.

Tsunami Ready
Toolbox

This document aims to prevent and minimize the loss caused


by disaster risk and create a safe and convenient hotel
environment.
Published by Ministry of Tourism, in collaboration with Bali
Hotel Association and German Centrum fr Migration und
Entwicklung, which aimed to improve the preparedness of
hotels in the face of tsunami disaster through following DRR
measures: (1) Tsunami Ready checklist; (2) Indonesian tsunami
early warning chain; (3) Sensing a tsunami; (4) Evacuation
planning; (5) Department close down procedures; and (6)
Evacuation spots and signs.