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Oshkosh Flu Plan By H.O.Z.E.T.H Megan Hanke, Derek O’Connell, Raegan Ziegler, *Rachel Eberhardt, Gary Tuschy, Jeremiah Henning. Emergency Taskforce Members of the Taskforce: 1) Mayors of Oshkosh and Neenah 2) Chief of Police 3) Fire Chief 4) Hospital Executives

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Oshkosh Flu Plan

By H.O.Z.E.T.H

Megan Hanke, Derek O’Connell, Raegan Ziegler, *Rachel Eberhardt, Gary Tuschy, Jeremiah Henning

  • Emergency Taskforce
  • Members of the Taskforce:
  • 1) Mayors of Oshkosh and Neenah
  • 2) Chief of Police
  • 3) Fire Chief
  • 4) Hospital Executives
  • 5) Local TV and radio executives
  • 6) Webmaster to create and constantly update a website dedicated to taskforce agendas and updates for the public
  • 7) Winnebago County Board of Health
  • 8) Oshkosh Board of Health
  • If the individuals listed are unable to perform their duties, due to illness or death, that individual will be replaced on the taskforce by the individual next in line in that particular organization.
  • Duties
  • In charge of coordinating emergency and medical care
  • In charge of informing the public
  • In charge of organizing movement of hospital employees
  • In charge of organizing movement of ambulances, fire rescue response, and police response, and police response to 911 calls
  • Maintain close relationship with the groups working in the city and county
  • Divisions
  • The city and county will be divided into corresponding geographical quadrants.
  • Each Quadrant will have an entire team dedicated to only that quadrant and will not be sharing team members
  • Each Quadrant Team will consist of:
  • 5 to 6 Police Officers
  • - To ensure; food, drug, and material needs among the citizens of its quadrant
  • - setting up quarantining zones and maintaining them.
  • - would be responsible for working with pharmacists, department stores, and grocers to aid in getting supplies to desperate citizens
  • 5 to 6 Health Care Workers
  • - help citizens to whatever extent is possible
  • - answering questions of patients
  • 3 to 4 fire fighters
  • - maintain quarantine blocks
  • - removal of deceased citizens
  • 1 to 2 personnel from the Winnebago County Health Department / Oshkosh Board of Health
  • - maintaining accurate reports of the number of new cases, the number of deaths, the location of new infections
  • - maintain surveillance of the spread of the disease
  • - suggest which areas to be quarantined
  • - They will be a vital part of the taskforce and planning because they are trained to deal with health issues.
  • - During a pandemic outbreak, move meeting times from one time per month, to meetings on odd-numbered days of the week to keep the instated influenza pandemic plan running efficiently and correctly and to make modifications to the influenza plan to correct or counter-balance problems the do arise. While also controlling and monitoring the distribution and control of critical supplies to the public according to the influenza plan and public need.
  • Quarantine
  • - The area/city/town where the outbreak occurs will be quarantined.
  • - If it is a small area of a city or town, the police will be able to quarantine it.
  • - If the outbreak is widespread throughout Winnebago County, then the whole county will be quarantined.
    • - If the outbreak is isolated to Winnebago County and not the rest of the state, the outside help from the military or National Guard will be needed to ensure that the quarantine of the county is in full affect all of the time
  • - Travel into and out of quarantined areas will be strictly monitored.
    • - Only personal to remove dead bodies for disposal and to remove the sick and bring them to a hospital/quarantine center will be allowed to enter.
    • - These individuals must be properly attired in protective clothing and decontaminated after they leave the area. (masks and gloves are a must)
    • - Masks must be worn at all times by the patients who have been removed from the quarantined area.
    • Individuals may leave the quarantined area if they have a “work permit” and are properly attired—are wearing a mask.
    • This way necessary businesses may remain open during this time.
    • - Food will be brought to specific, designated areas in the quarantine section for distribution among the citizens.
  • - In each of the quarantined areas a designated building in which sick individuals are brought to. There will be a daily collection of the sick/dead by properly attired removal personnel. Schools in remote locations will make excellent locations for emergency hospitals. The doctors and nurses who live in that remote area can staff those emergency hospitals without leaving the quarantine areas.
  • Curfew
  • - Will be imposed during the nighttime hours
  • - Lifted during the daylight hours
  • - This will limit the amount of fuel used during this time, and will decrease the incidences of transmission of disease
  • - The “work permit” pass will give permission to those who work during the curfew hours to travel to and from their jobs
    • - The “work permit” identifies who that individual is, where that individual lives, where the job is, and when the job is—time of day.
  • Security
  • - Security for critical businesses will be provided by police officers assigned to that area.
  • - Benefits, tax breaks, will be given to citizens who report looting, peace disturbances, and violence
  • - Punishment for looters will be to pick up the dead bodies under the supervision of the fire department/hazmat team
  • Mass gatherings
  • - Individuals inside of the quarantined areas are allowed to gather with other individuals inside of that same area.
  • - Individuals outside of the quarantined area are allowed to gather with other individuals outside of that same area.
  • - Individuals inside of the quarantine cannot have mass meetings with individuals outside of the quarantined areas.
    • - Small meetings will be permitted if extreme safety precautions are in place.
  • - All schools will close
  • - Large malls will close
  • - All churches will be closed. Services may be broadcasted over the radio on WVCY 690 AM
  • - No funeral services will be held. During a pandemic, there is usually a high mortality rate. Due to this fact, and the fact that the bodies could potentially spread the disease more, there will be specific burial procedures that have to be followed in all cases. There will be no exception. The burial procedures are as follows,
  • - All bodies will be brought to a specific location inside each of the quarantined areas for removal. Removal will be done by appropriately dressed members of the Hazmat Team, under the supervision of Chief Neil Cameron or Chief Tim Franz. The two Hazmat trucks will be designated to carry the bodies to the crematory. If needed, one or two ambulances will also be designated to carry bodies only. After the pandemic is over, the trucks and ambulances will be disinfected completely. If this is not possible, the vehicles will be destroyed.
  • - Bodies will be brought to one of the crematories in and near Oshkosh. Cremation is mandatory. This will be the only way to ensure that the bodies are no longer contagious and that all of the viruses have been destroyed. All materials that are not able to be sanitized will be cremated with the bodies, including masks, gloves, and protective clothing.
  • - The cemetery supervisor, William Sturm, will be in charge of overseeing the disposal/placement of the ashes.
  • - Memorial services will be postponed until 30 days after the disease has dropped to less than 1% of the population.
  • Media
  • The media will be overseen by the taskforce
  • -All important information briefings of the public will be given by a member of the taskforce
  • -Information would be spread through the local radio and TV station, the disaster website, and by an informational telephone hotline
  • -Quarantined sections will be informed through radio and police on megaphones/loud speakers driving around the section and by the above listed methods
  • -A Flu-Hotline will be established and maintained during the disaster
    • -(920) 232-3026 and (920) 727-8645
    • -Set up by and maintained by members of local news departments – radio, TV, newspaper
    • -Four health care workers would also be assigned on a rotating basis to be on hand to answer medical questions that are called in.
  • Radio StationsTelevision Stations
    • WRST 90.3 FMOCAT CitiCable 10
    • WVCY 690 AMOCAT CATV 2
    • WOSH 101.9 FM

Map found at mapquest.com

Police Badge found at http://www.oshkoshpd.com/Images/BADGE.GIF

Influenza sign found at www.nsgreatlakes.navy.mil/history/index8.html

Fire emblem found at http://www.portage.k12.wi.us/phspage/Student.Projects/Firefighting/Images/firefighter.gif

Radio picture found at http://www.astrosurf.org/lombry/Radio/radio-tv-vhf-am-weather-radio-shack-12-756.jpg