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2014 COOP. SW FL Healthcare Preparedness Coalition. What is COOP?. C ontinuity O f O perations Continuity of essential functions across a wide range of emergencies & events. Enables agencies to continue the functions customers depend upon.

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2014 coop

2014 COOP

SW FL Healthcare Preparedness Coalition


What is coop

What is COOP?

  • Continuity Of Operations

  • Continuity of essential functions across a wide range of emergencies & events.

  • Enables agencies to continue the functions customers depend upon.

  • How you will conduct business until normal operations can resume.

  • Plan to protect essential facilities, equipment, and vital records.


Why is coop important

Why is COOP important?

  • Continuity Of Operations Plan

    • Ensure continued performance, and resume full service.

    • Reduce loss of life, minimize damage, and loss to critical processes/information.

    • Ensure that facilities are available, achieve a timely and orderly recovery.


Why is coop important1

Why is COOP important?

  • Continuity Of Operations Plan

    • Emergencies and events that are specific to your facility.

    • Primary response required is by your own personnel.

    • Operations must continue in spite of the emergency or event.

    • Some examples:

      • Loss of Staff – individual or group

      • Loss of Technology – software, equipment, files, etc.

      • Loss of Supplies – shortage, supply chain interruption, etc.


Coop components

COOP Components

  • Essential Functions

    • Critical activities you perform that must continue

  • Orders of Succession

    • Who’s in charge if leaders are unavailable?

  • Delegations of Authority

    • Who can make decisions?

  • Alternate Facilities

    • Includes “teleworking”


Coop components continued

COOP Components (continued)

  • Communications

    • When an event occurs can you communicate with staff?

  • Vital Records Management

    • Identification, protection and availability of all records needed to perform job functions

  • Reconstitution

    • Resuming normal operations at original facility


How to start your coop

How to Start your COOP

  • Identify a person that can help, or take charge of developing your COOP.

  • On line courses at: http://training.fema.gov/IS/crslist.aspx

    • IS-546.a Continuity of Operations Awareness

    • IS-547.a Introduction to Continuity of Operations

    • IS-548 Continuity of Operations Program Manager

    • IS-524 Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planner’s Workshop

    • IS-526 Mission Essential Functions (MEFs) Workshop

    • IS-551 Devolution Planning


How to start your coop1

How to Start your COOP

  • Meet with your staff and identify a few basics:

    • Orders of Succession

      • Who can you give the authority to do your job, or someone else's?

      • Training

      • Knowledge/Skills

      • Delegation of Authority

    • Essential personnel/positions

      • Knowledge/Skills

      • Training

      • Depth


How to start your coop2

How to Start your COOP

  • Meet with your staff and identify a few basics:

    • Another facility you can operate from if needed

      • Basic needs for functionality

      • How long can you operate from there

    • Essential functions and services

      • Regulations, statutes, best management practices

      • Quality of life

      • Medical need


Conclusions

CONCLUSIONS

  • You and your agency are part of a resilient community

  • Your preparedness and COOP plans will make the difference

  • You are a trusted messenger

  • You may be the outside contact that makes the difference for a survivor.


Thank you

Thank You

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