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Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security. AGENCY BRIEF TO FOREST PARK BLOCKWATCH. Agency Brief. Agency Authority Agency Core Competencies Agency Joint Emergency Operations Center Integrating Risk Management into the Homeland Security Enterprise Franklin County Risks

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agency brief
Agency Brief
  • Agency Authority
  • Agency Core Competencies
  • Agency Joint Emergency Operations Center
  • Integrating Risk Management into the Homeland Security Enterprise
  • Franklin County Risks
  • Emergency Preparedness

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FCEM&HS Emergency

Management Authority

Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security (FCEM&HS) is authorized under Chapter 5502 of the Ohio Revised Code and organized under the 1988 Countywide Agreement to coordinate countywide all-hazards emergency management and disaster preparedness functions for the 42 local government jurisdictions of Franklin County.

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Ohio Revised Code 5502.21 – 5502.51

  • “Emergency management” includes all emergency preparedness and civil defense activities and measures, whether or not mentioned or described in sections 5502.21 to 5502.51 of the Revised Code, that are designed or undertaken to minimize the effects upon the civilian population caused or that could be caused by any hazard and that are necessary to address mitigation, emergency preparedness, response, and recovery.……that includes all those activities and measures designed or undertaken to minimize the effects upon the civilian population caused or that would be caused by any hazard and to effect emergency repairs to, or the emergency restoration of, vital equipment, resources, supplies, utilities, and facilities necessary for survival and for the public health, safety, and welfare that would be damaged or destroyed by any hazard.

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fcem hs core competencies

FCEM&HS Core Competencies

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FCEM&HS Core Competencies

Ohio Revised Code 5502.21 – 5502.51

  • Warning Systems
  • The control and use of emergency communications, lighting, and warning equipment and systems.
  • Emergency Operations Center
  • The development and construction of emergency operations centers for the conduct and support of coordination, direction, and control activities.
  • Resources
  • The development of resource initiatives.
  • Recovery
  • All activities required and necessary to return an area to its former condition to the extent possible following the occurrence of any hazard.

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FCEM&HS Core Competencies

Ohio Revised Code 5502.21 – 5502.51

  • Planning
  • The development of an all-hazards emergency operations plan that has been coordinated with all agencies, boards, and divisions having emergency management functions.
  • Training
  • The recruitment, retention, and training of personnel.
  • Exercises
  • The preparation and conduct of an annual exercise of the all-hazards emergency operations plan.

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FCEM&HS Core Competencies

Ohio Revised Code 5502.21 – 5502.51

  • Citizen Preparedness
  • Activities that may be necessary for survival and the overall health, safety, and welfare of the civilian population.
  • Grants

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fcem hs joint emergency operations center

FCEM&HS Joint Emergency Operations Center

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Purposes of the Franklin County JEOC

  • Coordination and support for incident response (tornadoes, floods, terror attacks, other large incidents)
  • Information collection, evaluation and display (for situational awareness & common operational picture)
  • Short and long-term planning
  • Efficient resource management
  • Effective communications
  • Establishment of clear priorities
  • Coordination and recovery operations (damage assessments, etc.)

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Franklin County JEOC

Activation/Staffing Scenario: Overview

Request

Local Resources &

Capabilities Exhausted

FCEM&HS JEOC

Resources &

Capabilities Exhausted

FCEM&HS

Request

Role of FCEM&HS

Local

Response

Ohio Emergency

Management Agency

EOC

Emergency

Incident

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A

B

C

D

PLANNING/ LOGISTICS

ESF# 8,11

OPERATIONS

ESF# 15

ESF# 4,9,10,13

FIRE

(CFD)

EMS

52nd CST

COLS HAZMAT 4

NAS-T

COTS

MRC

FCPH

PIO

PLANNING TO

IMPLEMENTATION

FCSO

CPH

LE

(CPD)

OSUE

ESF# 3, 12

ESF# 6

COTA

AIRPORT

MORPC

FC ENG

Office

Private Utilities

Metro Parks

SAN ENG

LNO

(FC schools, 121st ARW, OEMA)

ADMIN/

Hands On

ARC

JFS

VOAD

Sal Army

ADAMH

COAHH

FCOA

FINANCE

EXTERNAL COMM

ESF# 5,7,14

  • Multiple partners from County, City, other entities make up County JEOC.
  • For missions, ESF reps go to Planning, then to Operations.

MESSAGE / MISSION CENTER

MESSAGE / MISSION

LOGGER

Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security

ESF# 2

COARES,

TIC,

311

Message takers

Time Keeping

EXTERNAL COMM.

TIME

KEEPING

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homeland security enterprise integration

Homeland Security Enterprise Integration

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integrating risk management into the homeland security enterprise
Integrating Risk Management into the Homeland Security Enterprise

Background

  • Franklin County Emergency Management & Homeland Security (FCEM&HS) takes a risk-based approach to the Homeland Security Enterprise business model.
  • Integrated Risk Management is a process to fuse, unify, and inform the Homeland Security Enterprise.  The Homeland Security Enterprise (HSE) is the “whole community,” involving partnerships among emergency management, law enforcement, public health, local/state/federal government, private sector, nongovernmental organizations, faith-based & community-based organizations, and the public.

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silo ed approach
“Silo-ed” Approach

EMA

Non-

Profits

NGOs

Fire

LE

Citizens

Federal

State

Decision

Makers

Private

Sector

CEOs

Health

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integrated approach
Integrated Approach

EMA

Emergency

Partners

Fire

LE

Citizens

State and

Federal Partners

Local

Jurisdictions

Federal

State

Health

Decision

Makers

Non-

Profits

Private

Sector

CEOs

NGOs

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homeland security enterprise
Homeland Security Enterprise

Local Emergency Partners

State and Federal Partners

Jurisdictional CEO’s

FCEM&HS

Communication & Coordination

  • Homeland Security Enterprise (HSE) is a “whole community” approach.
  • Utilizes partnerships among emergency management, law enforcement, public health, local/state/federal government, private sector, nongovernmental organizations, faith-based & community-based organizations, and the public.
  • Federal guidance focus is on all-hazards preparedness; local HSE partners must share info regardless of threat or hazard, man-made or natural.
  • Foundation of IRM is understanding the Risk  Capabilities  Gaps  Decision-Making process .

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integrated risk management
Integrated Risk Management

Decision Maker Education and Engagement

Risk

Risk

Capabilities

Capabilities

Gaps

Gaps

Results

Results

Resource Allocation,

Planning, Training, Exercises, Funding Priorities

Franklin County

Threat Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (THIRA)

Franklin County Core Capability Assessment

Franklin County Gap Analysis

Resource Allocation, Planning, Training, Exercises, Funding Priorities

Homeland Security Enterprise

Decision Maker Review & Updates

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irm in review
IRM in Review

We are all part of the Homeland Security Enterprise.

Risks  Capabilities  Gaps  HSE Decision Making = IRM.

Successful implementation of both IRM and NPS in Franklin County rests on participation of Franklin County decision makers.

End-state: an informed body of leaders in Franklin County who understand our risks, capabilities and gaps and use that knowledge as part of the HSE to shape policy and funding.

Franklin County will also produce a Guide that can be disseminated by OEMA and FEMA to help local governments implement Integrated Risk Management at the local level.

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franklin county risks

Franklin County Risks

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2013 Risk Assessment for Franklin County

  • Top Hazards, Ranked:
  • Tornadoes 10. Severe Summer Weather
  • Dam Failure 11. Utility/Energy Interruptions/Failures
  • Flooding 12. Civil Disturbance
  • WMD Terrorist Incident 13. Lone-wolf Terrorist Event
  • Cyber-terrorism 14. Air/Water-Pollution/Contamination
  • Infectious Diseases 15. Extreme Heat
  • Severe Winter Weather 16. Drought
  • Hazardous Materials Incident 17. Invasive Species
  • Transportation Accident – Aircraft 18. Earthquakes

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emergency preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

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emergency preparedness1
Emergency Preparedness
  • Why Prepare?
  • Plan Ahead
  • Additional Resources

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why prepare
Why Prepare?
  • Being prepared can reduce impact of disasters or avoid danger completely.
  • Local government/disaster relief may not get to you for 72 hours.
    • May have to provide your own shelter, first aid, food, water, and sanitation for three days.
  • Know what to do and where to seek shelter immediately.
    • Be ready to evacuate and take refuge in public shelters.
  • Know how to care for basic medical needs.

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plan ahead workplace
Plan Ahead: Workplace
  • A workplace plan for disasters should address:
    • Safe Sheltering
    • Safety Skills
      • CPR (Red Cross)
      • First Aid, fire extinguisher
    • Utility Shut-off & Safety
    • Practice and Maintain Emergency Plan
      • Annual tornado drill
      • Test weather alert radio batteries

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plan ahead disaster supply kits
Plan Ahead: Disaster Supply Kits
  • Assemble kit in container in your designated shelter.
      • Include clean drinking water, food that won’t spoil, flashlight, radio, extra batteries.
      • Water is most important item.
      • Consider special needs.

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plan ahead consider special needs
Plan Ahead: Consider Special Needs

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plan ahead communication
Plan Ahead: Communication
  • Plan how will you notify everyone in the building when an emergency starts and ends.
  • Plan how to account for staff, clients and visitors.
  • Call 9-1-1 for life threatening emergencies.
  • In Franklin County, dial 2-1-1 any time.

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additional resources
Additional Resources

For more information, visit our website and partners:

  • Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security: www.franklincountyohio.gov/emahs
  • Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/fcemhs
  • American Red Cross Greater Columbus: www.columbus.redcross.org
  • Ready.Gov/Business: http://www.ready.gov/business
  • Fact Sheet: How to Create an Emergency Supplies Kit http://www.franklincountyohio.gov/emahs/documents/emerg_prep_fact_sheet_emerg_Supplies_7-15-10_Final.pdf
  • National Weather Service: www.nws.noaa.gov/education.html

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questions discussion

QUESTIONS / DISCUSSION

Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security

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