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Connecticut All-Hazards Response Framework. Division of Emergency Management & Homeland Security Department of Emergency Services & Public Protection June 25, 2013. Connecticut Follows the National Incident Management System:. Governor Malloy’s Executive Order No. 34

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Connecticut

All-Hazards Response Framework

Division of Emergency Management & Homeland Security

Department of Emergency Services & Public Protection

June 25, 2013

connecticut follows the national incident management system
Connecticut Follows the National Incident Management System:
  • Governor Malloy’s Executive Order No. 34
  • Consistent Incident Command Structure:

Incident Commander or Unified Command

basic rule of emergency management
Basic Rule of Emergency Management:

EVERY INCIDENT BEGINS AND ENDS…..

LOCALLY

ct first responder incident priorities
CT First Responder Incident Priorities:
  • Life Safety
  • Incident Stabilization
  • Property Conservation
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NATIONAL RESPONSE FRAMEWORK:How the Nation Conducts an All-HazardsResponse Across Agencies and Jurisdictions

Emergency Management

Is a Team Effort

division of emergency management and homeland security demhs
Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security (DEMHS)
  • Division of the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, which includes, among other divisions:
    • Division of State Police
    • Commission on Fire Prevention and Control
    • Office of Statewide Emergency Telecommunications
  • Mission of DEMHS is to provide a coordinated, integrated program of emergency management and homeland security
state response framework
State Response Framework
  • Describes roles and responsibilities for state, local, federal, private sector partners, as well as media and the public in implementing emergency response and recovery functions in times of crisis
  • General Concepts
  • Plans, Resources, and Initiatives
  • Pre-activation Framework
  • State Emergency Operations Center Standard Operating Procedures
  • All-hazards Energy and Utilities Annex
emergency support functions
Emergency Support Functions
  • ESF 1: Transportation
  • ESF 2: Communications
  • ESF 3: Public Works
  • ESF 4: Fire
  • ESF 5: Emergency Management
  • ESF 6: Mass Care
  • ESF 7: Resource Support
  • ESF 8: Public Health
  • ESF 9: Search and Rescue
  • ESF 10: Hazardous Materials Response
  • ESF 11: Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • ESF 12: Energy
  • ESF 13: Law Enforcement/ Homeland Security
  • ESF 14: Long Term Recovery and Mitigation
  • ESF 15: External Affairs
demhs regional emergency planning teams
DEMHSRegional Emergency Planning Teams
  • One for each of the five DEMHS Regions
  • Representatives from each municipality (Chief Executive Officer/Chief Elected Official)
  • Representatives from diverse emergency support functions within the Region
  • Planning role—regional grants funding
  • Expansion of role to include creation of Regional Emergency Support Plans
regional emergency support plan
Regional Emergency Support Plan
  • Coordination of response and mutual aid among the municipalities in each DEMHS Region
  • Example: Multi-jurisdictional shelters
local emergency operations plan
Local Emergency Operations Plan
  • Flexible, all-hazards plan for response to local emergencies
  • Annual review and submission to DEMHS, required by statute
  • Must be signed by local Chief Executive Officer and Emergency Management Director
local unified command
Local Unified Command
  • Subject matter experts, municipal leaders and officials to aid CEO in making critical decisions in a crisis
  • Depending on event, includes:
    • Emergency Management Director
    • Service Chiefs (Fire, Police, EMS)
    • School Superintendent
    • Public Health Director
    • Human Resources
    • Public Works
    • Town Planner
    • Volunteer resources leaders
    • Private sector representatives
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