Welcome to Mobile County EMA. EOC OPERATIONS July 30, 2008. Welcome/Introductions Objectives EOC Organization & Procedures Tour & Discussion Summary/Adjourn. OBJECTIVES. Become familiar with the mission and organization of the Mobile County Emergency Management Agency.
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July 30, 2008
EOC Organization & Procedures
Tour & Discussion
Mobile County Emergency Management Agency is the independent agency responsible for leading the efforts to prepare for, prevent, respond to and recover from disasters. Laws, Ordinances, and Resolutions are in place providing for the agency to coordinate the activities of all agencies that deal with all phases of emergency management, for disasters of all types.
Plans & Operations
Office Assistant III
Plans & Operations II
Plans & Operations I
Training/Exercise OfficerMOBILE COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
Law Enforcement Coordinator
Fiscal Services Manager
DIRECTOR WALT DICKERSON
DEPUTY DIRECTOR RONNIE ADAIR
DIRECTOR OF PLANS & OPERATIONS MIKE EVANS
PLANS & OPERATIONS OFFICER II JOHN KILCULLEN
PLANS & OPERATIONS OFFICER II DALE BYRNE
TRAINING AND EXERCISE OFFICER DON LEETH
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER DAVID ROBERTS
FISCAL SERVICES MANAGER JAYNE HUNTER
OFFICE ASSISTANT III PAM BROADHEAD
SECRETARY I KIM MITCHELL
SECRETARY I SHANNON POTTER
LAW ENFORCEMENT COORDINATOR LT. GLEN BRANNAN
FIRE SERVICE COORDINATOR CHIEF DOUG COOPER
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER BRUCE MCCRORY
Mitigation – Taking sustained actions to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and property from hazards and their effects.
Preparedness – Building the emergency management profession to effectively prepare for, mitigate against, respond to, and recover from any hazard by planning, training, and exercising.
Response – Conducting emergency operations to save lives and property by positioning emergency equipment and supplies; evaluating potential victims; providing food water, shelter, and medical care to those in need; and restoring critical services.
Recovery – Rebuilding communities so individuals, businesses, and governments can function on their own, return to normal life, and protect against future hazards.
Communication is the process by which decisions and information are transmitted among members of a group.
It can be carried out through formal links, such as telephone and written reports, and informal structures and relationships that affect information flow.
The emergency operations center (EOC) is the place where local EM guides the community’s preparation, response, recovery and mitigation operations during disasters.
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Policy Group: Elected officials, executive staff, agency heads who formulate policy and make decisions.
Direction & Control Group: EMA operations and support staff who guide, direct and support EOC operations.
Operations Group: Local, State & Federal public safety and military organizations responsible for maintaining public order.
Mass Care Group: Responsible for shelter, food and water and the well being of the public affected by a disaster.
Public Works Group: Responsible for engineering support and infrastructure protection.
Mobile County EMA
Fax: 251 460-8035