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COURSE OUTLINE. 0800-0850 INTRO / GENERAL PRINCIPLES 0900-0950 VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT 1000-1050 EMER. MGMT. CONSIDERATIONS 1100-1150 TYPES OF EMERGENCIES 1150-1300 LUNCH 1300-1350 GENERAL HAZMAT RESPONSE 1400-1450 CHEMICAL SPECIFIC RESPONSE 1500-1550 PPE / AIR MONITORING

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course outline
COURSE OUTLINE
  • 0800-0850 INTRO / GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • 0900-0950 VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT
  • 1000-1050 EMER. MGMT. CONSIDERATIONS
  • 1100-1150 TYPES OF EMERGENCIES
  • 1150-1300 LUNCH
  • 1300-1350 GENERAL HAZMAT RESPONSE
  • 1400-1450 CHEMICAL SPECIFIC RESPONSE
  • 1500-1550 PPE / AIR MONITORING
  • 1600-1650 REVIEW KENDALL PLAN / EXAM
classroom basics
CLASSROOM BASICS
  • 50 minute sessions / 10 minute breaks
    • The Rule of 8’s
  • Class Atmosphere
    • questions anytime
    • clarify Kendall aspects all the time
    • comfortable, relaxed, no hierarchy
    • no sleeping (please stand up, walk around)
intro general principles
INTRO GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • Matthew Parker
    • VP Safety and Health Services
    • MS, CIH, CSP, ARM
  • Cindy Saban
    • DOE IH Consultant
    • MS, CIH, CSP, CHMM
  • Who are You?
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INTRO GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • Our Goal:
    • Provide a step-by-step discussion on your emergency management program
      • creation
      • maintenance
      • execution
      • evaluation
    • Didactic - Interactive - Informative
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INTRO GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • Background
    • Augusta Company spills sulfur trioxide
      • bad press, regulatory attention, public relations
    • Amoco faces scrutiny over new school
      • emergency plans helped reduce concern
    • Pam Tucker
      • good, tough, honest, but leaving soon
    • Other Examples
      • Ford Boiler Explosion, NC Fire, Hurricane Andrew
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INTRO GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • So What???
    • Emergencies take their toll on business in lives, well-being, and dollars
    • Prevention is the best medicine, but
    • Preparedness is the key to survival
  • Other Terms:
    • emergency management, emergency response, emergency preparedness, emergency planning, contingency planning
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INTRO GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • The end result is the same:
    • - limit injuries and damage
    • - limit civil/criminal liability
    • - regulatory compliance / avoid fines
    • + return more quickly to normal operations
    • + protect employees, community, and env.
    • + enhances company image
  • So, lets get into it……...
general principles
GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • What is an Emergency
    • Any unplanned event that can cause deaths, or significant injuries to:
      • employees, customers, or the public
    • Or, that can:
      • shut down your business
      • disrupt your operations
      • cause physical or environmental damage
      • threaten the facility’s financial standing
      • threaten the facility’s public image
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GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • Numerous Events Can Be Emergencies:
    • Fire, Explosion,
    • HazMat Incident
    • Hurricane, Tornado, Flood, Earthquake, Snow
    • Civil Disturbance
  • Avoid the term “Disaster”
    • confuses impact to different companies
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GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • What is Emergency Management?
    • The PROCESS of preparing for, mitigating, responding to, and recovering from one of these events
    • It is a DYNAMIC process, that MUST include
      • planning
      • training
      • conducting drills
      • testing equipment
      • coordinating activities
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GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • The Five Main Steps:
    • 1. Establish a planning team
    • 2. Analyze capabilities and hazards
    • 3. Develop the plan
    • 4. Implement the plan
    • 5. Go to Step 2
general principles establish a planning team
GENERAL PRINCIPLES Establish a Planning Team
  • Forming The Team
  • Involve all functional areas
    • Support Services
    • Management and Personnel
    • Emergency Response
    • Communications
    • Community
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GENERAL PRINCIPLES Establish a Planning Team
  • Establish Authority, Schedule, Budget
    • commission the team
    • wear the managers “rank”
    • issue a mission statement
    • establish schedules, deadlines, priorities
    • determine the budget (needed vs. approved)
general principles analyze capability hazards
GENERAL PRINCIPLESAnalyze Capability/Hazards
  • Gather info about current capabilities
    • review internal plans and policies
    • meet with outside groups
    • identify codes and regulations
    • identify critical products, services, operations
    • identify internal resources
    • identify external resources
  • Conduct a Vulnerability Analysis
    • we’ll address this in detail later
general principles develop the plan
GENERAL PRINCIPLESDevelop The Plan
  • The Plan should include: an Executive Summary, Emer. Mgmt Elements, Emer. Response Procedures, Support Documents
  • Emergency Management Elements are:
    • command, control, communications
    • life safety, property protection
    • administration and logistics
    • recovery and restoration
    • community outreach
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GENERAL PRINCIPLESDevelop The Plan
  • The development process should include:
    • prioritizing
    • writing
    • training
    • outside coord
    • corporate comms
    • review/revision
    • approval
    • distribution
general principles implementation
GENERAL PRINCIPLESImplementation
  • Integrate plan into Company Operations
    • It should become part of the company culture
    • Senior Management support?
    • Incorporated into personnel/financial proc.?
    • How is the plan distributed/communicated?
    • Are all levels of the organization involved?
    • Do personnel know what they should do?
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GENERAL PRINCIPLESImplementation
  • Conduct Training
    • orientation and education sessions
    • tabletop exercises
    • walk-through drill
    • functional drills
    • evacuation drill
    • full scale exercise
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GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • Does Anyone Remember the Last Step?
  • Go to Step 2