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Consolidated Fire

Incident in Metro Manila


By: FO1 Maylyn France N Bautista
Introduction

•  Fire can be made by human or nature. It is created through the


process of combustion which happens when fuel (that is heated to
its ignition temperature) is touched by oxygen in the atmosphere.
•  Fire is very useful to human, but it can be very destructive also.
•  Fire destruction is commonly happening during summer season,
due to higher ambient temperature, and some festive events, due
to availability of fire crackers.
Introduction (Top 3 worst Fire Incidents in
NCR)

• In the history of fire incidents in the Philippines, the


three worst are: The Kentex Manufacturing Fire in
Valenzuela, on May 13, 2015, killed 74 people and is
declared as the 3rd.
KENTEX FIRE
Introduction (Top 3 worst Fire Incidents in
NCR)

• Manor Hotel Fire in Quezon City, on August


18, 2001, killed 75 guests and is declared
2nd.
Manor Hotel Fire
Introduction (Top 3 worst Fire Incidents in
NCR)

• Ozone Disco Fire in Quezon City, on March


18, 1996, claimed 162 lives and is declared
not only the 1st in the Philippines but also
7th in the world.
Ozone Disco Fire
Fire Statistics

• March is fire prevention month where the


government is taking initiatives to inform the
public of the real dangers from possible fire
incidents looming every summer season. With
information dissemination campaigns, public fire
drills and talks, raising public awareness on the
issue of fire prevention is a good way to keep
everyone vigilant.
Fire Statistics

For this year, the Bureau of Fire Protection or BFP started


promoting fire safety among school children and is now
conducting house-to-house campaign to teach household
members how to use a fire extinguisher and shares safety
tips information.

The Fire Prevention Month is a yearly activity observed


for over 5 decades now under the Presidential
Proclamation 115-A which was declared by Pres. Marcos.
Fire Statistics Nationwide

•  The number of fire     2016   2017   %  

incidents last 2017 reached Fire


Incidents  
19,292   14,197   -26.41  

a record high of 14,197 fire Structural   8,884   7,886   -11.23  


incidents in the Philippines. Non-
With about 12.3 % of these Structural  
9,387   5,313   -43.40  

fire incidents took placed Vehicular   1,021   998   -2.25  

in the month of March Damages  


Php3,079,545,138.0
4  
Php7,861,505,751.0
4  
155.28  

according to Bureau of Fire Civ Dead   285   304   6.67  


Protection. Civ Injured   894   835   -6.60  

BFP Dead   0   0   0.00  

BFP Injured   93   54   -41.94  


Fire Statistics Nationwide

Top 3 Causes   2016   2017   Top 3 Occupancy   2016   2017   %  

1   Electrical Connections   Electrical Connections   1   Residential   6305   Residential   5541   -12.12  

2   Lighted Cigarette Butt   Lighted Cigarette Butt   2   Mercantile   591   Mercantile   612   3.55  

Open Flame Due to Open Flame Due to


3   Unattended Cooking / Stove   3   Industrial   394   Storage   323   -x-x-  
Torch or Sulo  
Fire Statistics NCR

Top 3 Causes   2016   2017   Top 3 Occupancy   2016   2017   %  

Electrical Electrical
1   1   Residential   1,456   Residential   1,319   -9.41  
Connections   Connections  

Lighted Cigarette Lighted Cigarette


2   2   Mercantile   143   Mercantile   171   19.58  
Butt   Butt  

Open Flame Due to Open Flame Due to 3   Business   62   Industrial   42   -x-x-  


3  
Torch or Sulo   Torch or Sulo  
Fire Statistics NCR

•  Based on our     2016   2017   %  


Consolidated Report, Fire
5,121   4,645   -9.30  
National Capital Region Incidents  

has the most number of Structural   1,978   1,813   -8.34  

fire incidents in the Non-


2,856   2,603   -8.86  
Structural  
Philippines.
Vehicular   287   229   -20.21  
•  Last years’ Fire
Incidents in NCR reached Damages   Php601,125,171.44   Php462,146,600.00   -23.12  

a total number of 4,645 Civ Dead   67   105   56.72  


with 219 Civilian Injured Civ Injured   305   219   -28.20  
and 105 Civilian
Fatalities. BFP Dead   0   0   0.00  

BFP Injured   41   17   -58.54  


Period Covered: CALENDAR YEAR 2017  

AFFECTED STRUCTURES  
TYPE OF INVOLVED STRUCTURE (occupancy where the fire started)   VEHICULAR   NON-STRUCTURAL  

TOTAL NUMBER OF
MIXED OCCUPANCIES  

SUB-TOTAL  

SUB-TOTAL  

SUB-TOTAL  
R

MISCELLANEOUS  

MOTOR VEHICLE  
AMOUNT OF

CORRECTIONAL  
DETENTION AND
EDUCATIONAL  

HEALTH CARE  

RUBBISH FIRE  
MERCANTILE  

LOCOMOTIVE  
E
INDUSTRIAL  
RESIDENTIAL  

SHIP / WATER

FOREST FIRE  
GRASS FIRE  

POST FIRES  
BUSINESS  

AIR CRAFT  
DAMAGES BASED ON

ASSEMBLY  
G

STORAGE  
TOTAL  

VESSEL  
I SUBMITTED
O
N   AFFIDAVIT OF LOSS  

NCR   1,319   42   171   36   25   51   35   1   5   35   93   1,813   227   1   0   1   229   239   418   0   1,946   2,603   4,645   3,396   462,146,600.00  

R-1   239   24   17   18   3   3   12   0   0   3   70   389   51   0   0   0   51   269   23   3   19   314   754   70   29,027,377.50  


R-2   94   6   3   11   3   6   6   0   0   2   11   142   35   0   0   0   35   2   0   0   0   2   179   137   43,542,990.89  
R-3   351   28   44   27   12   10   11   0   0   2   4   489   67   0   0   0   67   609   41   1   51   702   1,258   576   699,455,748.00  

R-4A   538   29   63   40   6   16   15   1   1   10   10   729   105   1   0   0   106   408   50   1   40   499   1,334   344   2,108,803,256.00  

R-4B   104   9   15   6   7   3   3   0   1   2   4   154   22   0   0   0   22   22   1   0   6   29   205   94   172,215,923.88  


R-5   250   13   23   11   9   15   19   0   1   2   23   366   37   1   0   0   38   9   0   1   15   25   429   412   51,268,638.29  
R-6   523   11   53   25   6   11   18   0   3   7   23   680   64   1   0   0   65   149   33   3   313   498   1,243   854   166,816,225.00  
R-7   384   14   36   15   4   9   7   0   2   4   20   495   66   7   0   0   73   24   9   0   21   54   622   2,066   100,043,725.00  
R-8   128   7   15   11   1   4   12   0   1   1   6   186   16   0   0   0   16   0   0   0   0   0   202   387   135,239,719.00  
R-9   151   16   9   7   18   16   11   2   0   4   0   234   21   4   0   0   25   4   3   0   16   23   282   408   167,686,545.00  
R-10   333   32   39   23   6   14   19   2   2   14   43   527   77   2   0   0   79   47   36   0   65   148   754   824   159,175,042.00  

R-11   386   45   31   50   4   35   20   0   2   13   6   592   72   0   0   0   72   48   16   1   31   96   760   989   3,144,001,470.00  

R-12   200   5   37   11   2   7   13   0   3   5   11   294   40   1   1   0   42   8   1   1   2   12   348   99   176,730,120.00  

CARAGA   154   9   17   11   3   5   7   0   1   1   16   224   23   0   0   0   23   2   0   0   3   5   252   74   78,261,100.00  

CAR   132   0   8   16   4   2   9   0   2   1   25   199   17   0   0   0   17   30   2   34   7   73   289   142   61,075,382.98  


ARMM   43   0   5   0   6   2   6   0   0   2   1   65   1   0   0   0   1   0   1   0   0   1   67   203   21,187,700.00  
NIR   212   11   26   5   1   9   9   0   1   6   28   308   37   0   0   0   37   132   9   1   87   229   574   365   84,828,187.50  

TOTAL   5,541   301   612   323   120   218   232   6   25   114   394   7,886   978   18   1   1   998   2,002   643   46   2,622   5,313   14,197   11,440   7,861,505,751.04  

2016   6,305   394   591   271   207   227   234   6   51   107   491   8,884   997   24   0   0   1,021   5,595   990   177   2,625   9,387   19,292   17,202   3,079,545,138.04  
CAUSES OF FIRE INCIDENTS

ELECTRICAL MACHINERIES

LIGHTED MATCHSTICK OR
UNATTENDED COOKING /
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

DIRECT FLAME CONTACT

DIRECT FLAME CONTACT

MECHANISM OR IGNITED
LPG EXPLOSION DUE TO
OR STATIC ELECTRICITY

OR STATIC ELECTRICITY

UNDER INVESTIGATION
UNATTENDED LIGHTED

INCENDIARY DEVICE /
OPEN FLAME DUE TO

OPEN FLAME DUE TO

OPEN FLAME DUE TO

OPEN FLAME DUE TO

LIGHTED CIGARETTE

FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS
CANDLE OR GASERA

BOMB EXPLOSION
TORCH OR SULO
R

PYROTECHNICS
SPONTANEOUS
CONNECTIONS

COMBUSTION
E
ELECTRICAL

CHEMICALS

LIGHTNING
G

LIGHTER

OTHERS
TOTAL

STOVE

BUTT
I
O
N

NCR 2,656 129 9 33 166 101 107 4 27 500 131 12 64 13 1 0 554 138 4,645
R-1 107 17 3 25 27 3 19 0 8 30 1 0 23 2 1 0 175 313 754
R-2 40 22 1 3 12 0 13 0 1 8 2 0 4 5 1 0 50 17 179
R-3 215 39 2 16 34 6 32 0 7 178 1 0 14 19 1 0 194 500 1,258
R-4A 250 43 7 97 35 229 55 25 20 38 0 2 21 11 0 0 324 177 1,334
R-4B 7 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 190 2 205
R-5 109 22 3 6 64 5 32 0 10 6 0 4 9 2 0 0 124 33 429
R-6 444 25 10 1 78 7 31 0 6 59 0 2 22 1 1 0 435 121 1,243
R-7 236 25 0 9 44 1 38 5 6 49 2 1 69 12 0 0 96 29 622
R-8 14 9 3 0 18 3 12 0 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 135 1 202
R-9 94 9 1 3 33 6 18 0 2 10 0 0 8 6 0 0 74 18 282
R-10 209 11 4 9 58 14 33 0 4 19 0 0 13 11 0 0 184 185 754
R-11 220 37 34 13 51 41 36 9 11 44 0 0 32 31 1 1 92 107 760
R-12 10 2 1 2 1 0 5 0 2 1 0 1 9 7 0 0 307 0 348
CARAGA 43 6 1 0 29 3 5 0 4 3 0 1 3 0 0 0 136 18 252
CAR 38 5 3 0 24 2 10 0 8 14 0 0 13 4 1 0 106 61 289
ARMM 9 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 48 1 67
NIR 171 10 0 11 35 3 14 2 6 41 0 2 11 11 0 0 177 80 574
TOTAL 4,872 412 82 228 711 427 463 45 124 1,002 137 25 320 139 7 1 3,401 1,801 14,197
2016 4,947 461 66 603 838 1,119 648 32 130 1,571 135 30 581 138 14 3 4,102 3,874 19,292
CONSOLIDATED CLASSIFICATION OF FIRE CASES and NUMBER OF CASUALTIES NATIONWIDE  
Period Covered: CALENDAR YEAR 2017  

CLASSIFICATION OF FIRE CASE   TOTAL NUMBER OF CASUALTIES  

ARSON CASES FILED IN


FATALITIES   INJURED  

INTENTIONAL FIRE  

FIRE CASES UNDER


ACCIDENTAL FIRE  

UNDETERMINED  

INVESTIGATION  
R
E

COURT  

FIREFIGHTER  
FIREFIGHTER  
G T T T
O O O

CIVILIAN  

CIVILIAN  
I T T T
O A A A
N   L   L   L  

NCR   20   4,070   0   555   4,645   14   0   105   105   17   219   236  


R-1   6   561   1   186   754   1   0   6   6   1   4   5  
R-2   10   125   1   43   179   1   0   3   3   0   13   13  
R-3   19   1,027   18   194   1,258   0   0   15   15   4   68   72  
R-4A   13   988   26   307   1,334   0   0   20   20   0   185   185  
R-4B   1   3   0   201   205   0   0   8   8   0   9   9  
R-5   16   296   2   115   429   0   0   3   3   0   3   3  
R-6   8   796   3   436   1,243   5   0   4   4   14   78   92  
R-7   11   514   2   95   622   1   0   15   15   3   49   52  
R-8   3   64   0   135   202   1   0   4   4   1   1   2  
R-9   9   199   0   74   282   0   0   11   11   3   20   23  
R-10   18   536   7   193   754   0   0   13   13   2   46   48  
R-11   36   679   5   40   760   1   0   62   62   4   61   65  
R-12   16   26   0   306   348   0   0   13   13   0   20   20  
CARAGA   2   118   0   132   252   0   0   3   3   0   6   6  
CAR   4   177   4   104   289   0   0   5   5   1   19   20  
ARMM   0   13   0   54   67   0   0   8   8   1   5   6  
NIR   10   384   0   180   574   0   1   6   7   3   29   32  
TOTAL   202   10,576   69   3,350   14,197   24   1   304   305   54   835   889  
2016   271   14,725   116   4180   19,292   59   0   285   285   93   894   987  
Fire Statistics Nationwide

•  As of the moment,    
Jan 01 to 26 Mar
2017  
Jan 01 to 26 Mar
2018  
%  

there were already Fire


3,869   3,632   -6.12  
3,632 fire incidents Incidents  

Structural   2,079   1,936   -6.88  


in the Philippines as Non-
1,551   1,469   -5.27  
of 01 January- 26 Structural  

March 2018 with


Vehicular   239   227   -4.97  

1053 fires in the Damages   Php15,588,639,199.46   Php1,714,765,335.12   -89.00  

National Capital Civ Dead   77   68   -11.61  

Region. Civ Injured   262   177   -32.37  

BFP Dead   1   0   -100.00  

BFP Injured   76   15   -80.35  


Fire Statistics NCR

    Jan 01 to 26 Mar 2017   Jan 01 to 26 Mar 2018   %  

Fire Incidents   1,140   1,053   -7.60  

Structural   529   460   -12.97  

Non-Structural   554   530   -4.38  

Vehicular   57   63   10.97  

Damages   Php146,955,611.29   Php241,488,210.00   64.33  

Civ Dead   29   14   -51.72  

Civ Injured   79   80   1.14  

BFP Dead   0   0   0.00  

BFP Injured   8   5   -36.21  


Top 3 Occupancy

01 Jan- 26 Mar 2017 01 Jan- 26 Mar 2018 %

1   Residential   1,527   Residential   1,389   -9.02  

2   Mercantile   142   Mercantile   127   -10.42  

3   Storage   71   Storage   82   14.71  


Fire Statistics NCR Salubong 2018

•  Meanwhile during New Year’s Eve celebration, more than


1,000 homes blazed into flames. On 31 Dec 2017- 2018
were 3,000 families was displaced by fire incidents in
Metro Manila alone with firecrackers as the major culprit.

Last Salubong 2018, the total fire Incidents caused by


Firecrackers in NCR is 15 out of 55 Fire Incidents
Nationwide and 1 fatality.
Casualties in Fire Incidents
       
Occupancies   Male Female    

1   Residential   98   60      

2   Mercantile   17   5      

3   Storage   5   2      

Motor Vehicle
4   7   0      

   
5   Mixed Occupancies   1   3      

                   

6   Industrial   13   0      

7   Health Care   2   0      

8   Business   3   0      

   
Thank You and God Bless!