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Stanford Emergency Management All DOC Training Meeting. October 25, 2011. Agenda. Mass Notification system improvement project AlertSU system test results Satellite phone communications DOC Incident Planning process review FEMA Grant update DOC Expectations project
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October 25, 2011
To specify university requirements for a mobile and web-based check-in capability, including an administrative system to collect information to assist with response during an emergency
To identify the most feasible options to provide this capability
To recommend the best option for Stanford crisis management using a check-in capability, including high-level information concerning: timeline with phased deliverables, approximate costs, implementation strategy and plan, other pertinent information, as necessary
All three are proven vendors in the emergency notification industry, although MissionMode is not currently in the higher education sector.
Aaron Buzay, Res Ed
Bernadette Burnes-Line, Hospital
Bob Wheeler, LBRE
Brandon Bond, Hospital
Elaine Ray, University Communications
Elise McMath, EH&S
Keith Perry, EH&S
Lance Lougee, SLAC
Larry Gibbs, EH&S
Lee Connor, Student Affairs
Mark Mannia, DPS
Susie Claxton, Student Housing
Thomas Walters, R&DE
Tim Torgenrud, ITS
We attempted to make our choice as the best return on our investment while enabling us to realize Stanford’s vision.
Gave the most thought to our RFP
Developed mock-up of their ideas of what we wanted
Clearly grasp our vision
Willing to engage in long-term development process with Stanford
Want to emerge from the pack with a superior product
Medium price – came down substantially in price
Therefore, desires a 5-year contract.
Mike Mitchell of MissionMode: “We've tried to structure this so that Stanford remains a valuable and influential MissionMode customer far beyond the completion of our short-term development plans.”Recommendation
Phases 2+: Design, Develop, Implement (in Phases)
Integrate with iStanford & MDM
Common Operating Picture
*Phase 1 includes setup, configuration, replacement of Bb Connect for notification
Finance/Admin: Conducts any needed cost analyses.
Command: Develops incident objectives.
Ensures Safety Analysis is completed. Approves IAP.
Operations: Establishes strategies and tactics to meet incident objectives.
Planning: Provides status reports, manages the planning process, and produces the IAP.
Logistics: Identifies the logistics requirements to support the tactics.
IAP Prep &
The Start of Each Planning Cycle
Strategy #2: Release water from spillways.
Selected Strategy: Pump water from reservoir.
Tactics: Use truck-mounted pumps working from the road into spillway, and portable pumps on the east side discharging into Murkey Creek.
Resources: 5 crews with (3) 1,500-gpm truck-mounted pumps & (2) 500-gpm portable pumps
Sample Strategy and Tactics
Objective: Reduce reservoir level to 35 feet by 0800 on 2/10.
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