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National Response Plan. HSPD-5. HSPD-5. On February 28, 2003, President Bush signed Homeland Security Presidential Directive – 5, which mandated the developed of a new National Response Plan (NRP), to replace the Federal Response Plan. HSPD-5.

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National response plan

National Response Plan

HSPD-5


Hspd 5

HSPD-5

On February 28, 2003, President Bush signed Homeland Security Presidential Directive – 5, which mandated the developed of a new National Response Plan (NRP), to replace the Federal Response Plan.


Hspd 51

HSPD-5

The NRP is “an all-discipline, all-hazards plan that establishes a single, comprehensive framework for the management of domestic incidents.”

This provides for the coordination of federal support to state, local and tribal responders.


National response plan

NRP

The NRP supersedes the Federal Response Plan, the U.S. Government Interagency Domestic Terrorism Concept of Operations Plan (ConPlan) and Federal Radiological Emergency Response Plan (FREPP) and modifies other federal agency response plans, as needed.


National response plan

NRP

  • Integrates incident-related prevention, preparedness, response and recovery activities

  • Coordinates Federal, State, local, private-sector and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)

  • Maximizes efficient utilization of resources


National response plan

NRP

  • Improves Incident Management Communications and Situational Awareness

  • Facilitates mutual aid and federal emergency support

  • Facilitates Federal-to-Federal interaction

  • Provides for catastrophic response

  • Links with other response plans


Nrp priorities

NRP Priorities

  • Save lives and protect the health and safety of the public, responders, and recovery workers.

  • Ensure security of the homeland.

  • Prevent an imminent incident, including acts of terrorism, from occurring.

  • Protect and restore critical infrastructure and key resources.


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NRP Priorities

  • Conduct law enforcement investigations to resolve the incident, apprehend the perpetrators, and collect and preserve evidence for prosecution and/or attribution.

  • Protect property and mitigate damages and impacts to individuals, communities, and the environment.

  • Facilitate recovery of individuals, families, businesses, governments, and the environment.


National response plan

NRP

The Plan consists of:

  • Base Plan

  • Appendixes

  • Emergency Support Function (ESF)

  • Support Annexes


Base plan

Base Plan

The Base Plan includes:

  • Planning Assumptions

  • Roles and Responsibilities

  • Concept of Operations

  • Incident Management

  • Plan Maintenance


Appendixes

Appendixes

The Appendixes provide:

  • More Detailed Supporting Information

  • Terms, Definitions, Acronyms, Authorities

  • Compendium of National Interagency Plans


Emergency support functions annexes esfs

Emergency Support Functions Annexes (ESFS)

The ESF Annexes detail:

  • Missions, Policies, Structures and Responsibilities of Federal agencies for coordinating support to States and other entities during Incidents of National Significance.


Esf annexes

Transportation

Communications

Public Works / Engineering

Firefighting

Emergency Management

Mass Care

Resource Support

Public Health & Medical Response

Urban Search & Rescue

Oil & Hazardous Materials Response

Agriculture & Natural Resources

Energy

Public Safety & Security

Long-term Community Recovery & Mitigation

External Affairs

ESF Annexes


Support annexes

Support Annexes

The Support Annexes:

  • Provide guidance and describe the functional processes to ensure efficient and effective implementation of NRP incident management objectives.


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Financial Management

International Coordination

Logistics Management

Private-Sector Coordination

Public Affairs

Science & Technology

Tribal Relations

Volunteer & Donations Management

Worker Safety & Health

Support Annexes


Incident annexes

Biological Incident

Catastrophic Incident

Cyber Incident

Food & Agriculture Incident

Nuclear/Radiological Incident

Oil & Hazardous Materials Incident

Terrorism Incident Law Enforcement and Investigation

Incident Annexes


Incidents of national significance

Incidents of National Significance

Based upon HSPD-5, Incidents of National Significance are “high impact events that require a coordinated and effective response … to save lives, minimize damage, and provide the basis for long-term community recovery and mitigation activities.


However

However …

The National Response Plan is intended for ANY incident in which substantial federal support is anticipated.


Local response

Local Response

  • The Plan identifies police, fire, public health and medical, emergency management, and other personnel as responsible for incident management at the local level.

  • The Plan enables incident response to be handled at the lowest possible organizational and jurisdictional level.

  • The Plan ensures the seamless integration of the federal government when an incident exceeds local or state capabilities.


Transition to federal support

Transition to Federal Support

  • Timely Federal Response to Catastrophic Incidents (CIs).

  • Identifies CIs as high-impact, low-probability incidents, including natural disasters and terrorist attacks that result in extraordinary levels of mass casualties, damage, or disruption severely affecting the population, infrastructure, environment, economy, national morale, and/or government functions.

  • Provides the means to swiftly deliver federal support in response to CIs.


New features in nrp

New Features in NRP

Homeland Security Operations Center (HSOC): The HSOC serves as the primary national level multi-agency hub for domestic situational awareness and operational coordination.  The HSOC also includes DHS components, such as the National Infrastructure Coordinating Center (NICC), which have primary responsibility for coordinating communications with the Nation’s critical infrastructure during an incident.


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New Features in NRP

  • National Response Coordination Center (NRCC): The NRCC, a functional component of the HSOC, is a multi-agency center that provides overall federal response coordination.

  • Regional Response Coordination Center (RRCC): At the regional level, the RRCC coordinates regional response efforts and implements local federal program support until a Joint Field Office is established.


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New Features in NRP

  • Interagency Incident Management Group (IIMG): A tailored group of senior federal interagency experts who provide strategic advice to the Secretary of Homeland Security during an actual or potential Incident of National Significance.

  • Joint Field Office (JFO): A temporary federal facility established locally to provide a central point to coordinate resources in support of state, local, and tribal authorities.


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New Features in NRP

  • Principal Federal Official (PFO): A PFO may be designated by the Secretary of Homeland Security during a potential or actual Incident of National Significance. While individual federal officials retain their authorities pertaining to specific aspects of incident management, the PFO works in conjunction with these officials to coordinate overall federal incident management efforts.


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