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Regional advisory committee rac introductory meeting july 28 2010 flat rock nc

Regional Emergency Support Function Plan (ESF-8)

Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) Introductory MeetingJuly 28, 2010Flat Rock, NC


Agenda

Agenda

  • Introductions

  • Purpose

  • Why Are We Here?

  • Objectives

  • Data Collection

  • Phases/Timeline

  • Plan Template

  • Stakeholders

  • Resources

  • The Way Ahead

  • Points of Contact information


Introduction

Introduction

  • National Center for Emergency Medical Preparedness and Response (NCEMPR)

  • Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)

  • National Emergency Response and Rescue Training Center (NERRTC)


Purpose

Purpose

To bring together regional healthcare resources, emergency medical resources, ancillary resources, health providers, and first response partners to assist in the development of the Regional Emergency Support Function Plan (ESF-8).


Why are we here

Why Are We Here?

  • To enhance the safety and security of the citizens of the regions and the state.

  • To represent the breadth of healthcare organizations, including regional trauma centers, hospital organizations, clinics, etc.

  • To develop region-specific plans.

  • To work in conjunction with the RACs.

  • To support the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services.


Objectives

Objectives

  • To develop a plan that provides consistency across the state, yet allows the flexibility to meet region unique requirements.

  • To create a plan that fully supports the mission of each region’s medical disaster response and recovery resources.

  • To construct a plan that allows for simple maintenance and updating by RACs.

  • To create an atmosphere of communication, cooperation & collaboration between partners/stake holders that supports a regional, integrated approach to planning and response.


Data collection

Data Collection

  • Regional data is being collected to augment plans.

  • Information is being collected from both the SMARTT system and the OEMS GIS system.

  • We will not be asking RACs to provide data that can be found elsewhere.


Phases

Phases

  • Phase I: Develop Templates

  • Phase II: First Site Visit

  • Phase III: Plan Development

  • Phase IV: Second Site Visit

  • Phase V: Third Site Visit – Plan Review


Timeline

Timeline

  • July 7: Plan template distributed to the RACs.

  • July 11: Meeting in Raleigh to review templates.

  • July 15 – August 6: Planners/SME teams make first site visits to assigned regions.

  • July 26 - September 24: Planner/SME teams facilitate working groups drafting regional plans (Aug 13 in progress review)

  • October 12-14: Planner/SME teams return to regions for final plan review(T).

  • October 31: Final draft plans due to NC OEMS.


Plan template

Plan Template

  • Base Plan

  • Annexes:

    • TBC


Stakeholders

Stakeholders

  • RAC

  • Public Health

  • Emergency Management

  • Law Enforcement

  • Hospitals/Trauma Centers/Community & Rural Health

  • EMS/Ambulance Services

  • Private Medical

  • Elected Officials

  • Long Term Care Facilities

  • Volunteer Groups

  • Veterinarians

  • Others…


Resources

Resources

Collect available resources from key stakeholders to include:

  • Plans (Response, MSN, COOP, COG)

  • Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs)

  • MAAs

  • Contracts

  • Resource Lists

  • Standard Operating Procedures/Processes


The way ahead

The Way Ahead

  • RAC Input

  • Coordination Visit(s)

  • Access to References

  • Ongoing Calls and Emails

  • Working Groups in September

    Communication + Cooperation + Collaboration = Integrated Response


Points of contact information

Points of Contact Information

Planner:

Tom Spencer

(979)777-2832 cell; (979)458-8143 work

[email protected]

Subject Matter Expert:

Gary Meaney

(979)324-6797 cell; (979) 458-8129 work

[email protected]


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