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  1. Emergency Preparedness ConferenceState & Tribe’s All-Hazard and Pandemic Influenza Planning Efforts Mike Harryman Emergency Preparedness Director Oregon Public Health Division August 9, 2007

  2. Objectives • Provide update in State and Tribe’s preparedness activities • Overview of Department of Human Services Vulnerable Population Task Force (VP/TF) • Next Steps

  3. FY05 Conducted training assessments All Tribe’s are on Health Alert Network (HAN) Three Tribe’s participated in the PandOrA exercise Nov-06 FY06 Followed up with contract to NWAIHB FY06 Followed up with contracts to all nine Tribes Current contracts with six Tribe’s to complete a Health & Medical annex and PanFlu plan FY06 Conducted PanFlu assessments FY06 Conducted All-Capacity assessments LHD/HPP Boards Preparedness Activities

  4. DHS-VP/TF • Purpose: • Emergency preparedness plans for vulnerable populations by stakeholders in local communities, and • State emergency preparedness plans for vulnerable populations served by the Department of Human Services • Planning phase for project has taken six months • Preparation phase thru Sep-07 • Data, planning models, best practices and other materials & resources will be collected that will assist local stakeholders and state agency staff to develop their local & state emergency plans • Planning templates will be developed to lead local stakeholders through a decision-making process in preparedness planning • Training, support and other types of assistance will be made available to local & state level stakeholders

  5. DHS-VP/TF • The Operational phase projected to go thru March 2008 • Project staff and Work Group members will draft and edit state plans • Local one-day workshops will be setup to go over implementation for each DHS district (formerly called Service Delivery Area’s) in the state involving • Local stakeholders, • County emergency managers, • County health departments planners, • Tribes • DHS state staff • PHEP Preparedness staff, and • Hospital Preparedness grant coordinators • Project closeout will take 1.5 months • Final products are completed and arrangements are made to transfer VP emergency preparedness activities to a regular program • Projective end date: May 2008

  6. Next Steps • FY07 CDC & HPP grant activities • Updating Tribal contracts to reflect to going activities • State & HPP regions complete sub-capabilities Tier activities by 8/8/08 • Pan Flu (both CDC & HPP) • Exercises • State, regional, county • Training • ICS

  7. Next Steps • Waiting for CDC guidance for FY07 • Priority projects: • Ongoing: HAN, HOSCAP, ESAR-VHP, PH radio • PIO/JIC • HVA’s • Top Official Exercise (Oct 15-20) • Chemical/RAD, Behavioral Health, CD/Epi and Quake/Tsunami planning & response

  8. FY07 Hospital Preparedness Program • Level-One Capabilities • Interoperable communications • Bed tracking system • Emergency systems for advance registration volunteer health professionals (ESAR-VHP) • Fatality management plans • Hospital evacuation plans • Level-Two Capabilities • alternate care sites (ACS) • mobile medical assets • pharmaceutical caches • personal protective equipment (PPE) • decontamination

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