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      Disaster mitigation and cremation tasks have been initiated since the time of Luang Pu Tai Hong and have been continued by Poh Peck Tung. With the unwavering support and donations from benevolent and kindhearted people, the Disaster Mitigation and Cremation Department has been largely expanded. The Department has the capacity to work and equipped with vehicles, tools and modern technology. In its initial phase, the two tasks were combined and under the responsibility of the Disaster Mitigation Department. At present, it is renamed as “Disaster Mitigation – Cremation Department”.

Disaster Mitigation Department

 commonly known as  “Rescue Unit”

            The Disaster Mitigation Department, in its early stages was called Rescue Unit. While this name had been changed long time ago, it remains to be a word-of- mouth even among public servants, police officers, soldiers or even among the employees of the Bureau of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation. Regardless of whatever name it is called, the duties of this department remain unchanged namely:

                        1. Collect corpse of unusual death from both land and water incident sites and send to the Police Hospital or to a hospital that performs post-mortem examinations for autopsy.

 

                        2. When there is a large scale accident-disaster that affects the public, Poh Teck Tung Foundation take this as a mission and extends mitigation measures and relief to these unavoidable incidents throughout the country. After the incident has been checked and confirmed, the rescue staff will immediately go and accomplish the task such as when there is fire, tsunami, collapsed building and so on.      

                        3. Help police officers take photographs and record witnesses and evidences for legal purposes, and help police officers preserve the incident site which may be useful for any future legal proceedings.

                        4. Help people in various endeavors such as providing information on the steps – regulations in reporting death for preparing a death certificate; help people in various tasks as requested by police officers such as help in catching a snake that has entered a house, help tow vehicles and send to the mechanic shop, and so on.     

                        5. Bring wounded people or victims to health care institutions for treatment and to save life.  The Foundation has trained staff and equipped with tools and resources to help victims on site or bring the victims to hospitals. The Foundation has Advanced Lifesaver Ambulance Service (Advanced Ambulance), called Huachiew Pitak Cheep (Huachiew Lifesaver) and parked at Huachiew Hospital, and Basic Lifesaver Ambulance Service (Basic Ambulance), called Poh TeckTung Pitak Cheep (Poh Teck Tung Lifesaver) managed by the Disaster Mitigation Department of the Poh Teck Tung Foundation.

 


Development of Corpse Collection by Poh Teck Tung Foundation


 

             A century ago, when Bangkok was not yet fully developed, most areas were ditches and canals filled with abundant wicker mat grass and orchards. People navigate by paddling or by pushing their boats using a long pole. Collecting corpses included pulling the corpses out of the water using household boats then transported on land by carriages, which were vehicles prepared by the Foundation. The carriages resemble small two wooden-wheeled carts with roof and with enough space in each carriage to contain a coffin. One person pulls one carriage and another person pushes at back. On their way to the burial site, they hit a tin that produces a “Pong Paeng” sound, which resembles a ringing bell. Consequently, the local people named the carriage “Pong Paeng Carriage” and called Poh Teck Tung the Pong Paeng Foundation.       

            During the time of King Rama V and King Rama VI, Thailand was continually developed and prospered. Many new roads were built. After Charoen Krung Road was constructed following the skirts of Chao Phraya River, there was a tram system that traveling from the city center and terminating on Tok Road. Navigating the place became more convenient, but there were only a few cars. During that time, while the carriages used by Poh Teck Tung for collecting corpses remained unchanged, tricycles (samlor) were introduced.

            The tricycles or samlor, commonly referred to as the present-day “samlor daeng” (red tricycles), were used to deliver goods and ice along the alleys and streets, but their inconvenient use pushed vans and pick-ups as replacements.

           

            As for boats used to collect corpses along waterways, they were changed from small paddle boats to motorboats. The staff collecting the corpses along waterways had diver’s wet suit and respirator. For rescues on land, there more apparatuses were acquired such as cutting machine, air compressor, multipurpose rescue vehicle that has a variety of tools for rescue operations, water nozzle and fire trucks,  large electric lamp with several thousand watts for rescue operations in areas that require bright light, to name some.

            Communicating between police officers and the rescue team has also improved. Tasks were coordinated using modern communication system through Bangkok Radio Center. This was highly instrumental in attaining and maintaining success in any rescue operation and in accordance with the goals set by the Foundation’s Council.

 

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