Mining Through a Disaster. AIRS Conference 2009. Where did I get my information?. A Compilation of Resources AIRS Tool Kit Disaster Response Team National VOAD EOP FEMA IS Courses Local Emergency Managers My Experiences.
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AIRS Conference 2009
A Compilation of Resources
AIRS Tool Kit
Disaster Response Team
National VOAD EOP
FEMA IS Courses
Local Emergency Managers
Emergency Operations Plan
Continuity of Operations Plan (Contingency Plan)
Memorandum of Understandings (MOUS/SOUS)
Position Play Books
What an EOP is not
Preparedness Plans –
Plans that include the process and schedule for identifying and meeting training needs (based on expectation created by the EOP); the process and schedule for developing, conducting, and evaluating exercises, and correcting identified deficiencies. Results of these efforts should be incorporated in the EOP as assumptions.
Recovery Plans –
The EOP should provide for a transition to a recovery plan and for a stand-down of response forces.
Administrative Plans –
Plans typically dealing with internal processes. Plans for financial management, personnel management, records review, and labor relations activities.
Mitigation Plans –
Plans that strategize how to mitigate certain hazards. Mitigation plans are relevant to an EOP especially aimed at reducing the long-term risk to human life and property.
Plans vs Procedures
Section 1 – Emergency Response
Information & Referral Call Center
Public Information Officer
Emergency Data Manager
Emergency Call Specialists
Mental Health Specialists
What is COOP?
Why Develop a COOP Plan
Benefits of COOP Planning
COOP Planning Considerations
What a COOP is not
Occupant Emergency Plan (OEP) –
OEP’s are intended to ensure the safety of personnel in the event of an incident inside or immediately surrounding an agency’s building. For example, the OEP would be implemented in the event of a minor fire that required evacuating the building or if an emergency occurred outside the building that required sheltering in place.
Depending on the emergency, the COOP plan may be implemented at the same time as the OEP.
Section 2 – Essential Functions
Section 4 – Emergency Manager Playbook
Section 5 – Public Information Officer Playbook
Section 6 – Liaison Officer Playbook
Section 7 – Operations Section Playbook
Section 8 – Volunteer Management Training Module
Section 9 – Volunteer Training Manual
Section 10 – Planning Section Playbook
Section 11 – Logistics Section Playbook
Section 12 – Finance Section Playbook