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EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER

Training Program: DFW Style

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Office of Emergency Management Mission Statement

  • It is the mission of the DFW Airport Department of Public Safety to provide the highest level of PROFESSIONAL services to the Airport community through efficient planning, mitigation, response and recovery from natural and manmade events that threaten lives, critical assets or business continuity.

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DFW’s 18,000+ acres of land will ultimately support eight runways, six terminals and a variety of land development opportunities.
  • 7 runways
    • 4 are 13,400 feet
  • 4 aircraft can land simultaneously under VFR/IFR Cat I conditions
  • 3 aircraft can land simultaneously under IFR CAT III conditions
  • Any aircraft at maximum payload can land at DFW
  • 24-hour operations
  • No slot constraints or curfews
  • 3 control towers (2 active)
  • 5 terminals
  • 152 active gates
  • 3rd Busiest Airport in the world
dallas fort worth international airport overview
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Overview
  • Approximately 78 miles of taxiways and runways
  • 7 Runways - 13,850,500 sq. ft. of concrete - 80,403 linear feet
  • 110 Taxiways - 52,612,980 sq. ft. of concrete – 330,452 linear feet
  • 652,782 Operations in 2010
  • 18,953 total runway and taxiway lights
  • 6,885 acres in the Air Operations Area (AOA)
  • 1,000 acres of safety areas
  • 934 total number of signs
  • 56 Navigation facilities; 19 windsocks; 135 obstruction lights
  • 38 miles of AOA fence line with 71 AOA gates
eoc activations
EOC Activations
  • Level 3
    • Local emergency exists – ICS and responders at scene
  • Level 2
    • Escalation to non-routine emergency, multi-departmental response
  • Level 1
    • Assistance from other jurisdictions or mutual aid may be needed
    • Local area disaster or multi-site incident S.E.A.D.O.G.
  • Classified
    • Any readiness level may be deemed classified
major activations
Major Activations

Hurricane Ike

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hurricane ike dfw airport provides support during hurricane ike
Hurricane IkeDFW Airport Provides Support During Hurricane Ike
  • National Disaster Medical System
    • Handled twenty-five patients
  • Texas Task Force 2
    • Deployed one firefighter
  • State Incident Management Team
    • Deployed one police officer
  • Texas Intrastate Mutual Aid System
    • Deployed four firefighters
  • S.E.A.D.O.G.
  • Participated in conference calls with TSA, State and Regional Emergency Management groups.
hurricane gustav dfw airport preparations and response
Hurricane GustavDFW Airport Preparations and Response
  • On August 28, 2008 DFW was notified to prepare for two major operations related to Gustav
    • National Disaster Medical System
    • FEMA Camp for evacuated DHS Employees
emergency operations center function is to collect gather and analyze data

Terminal B

Station 2

Station 1

Station 3

Alert Aircraft Path

Terminal D

Alert Site

Station 4

Emergency Operations CenterFunction is to Collect, Gather and Analyze Data
the mitigators
The Mitigators
  • “…to train a core group of Airport staff in the art of EOC Management”
  • “…anticipate a high level of training and opportunities”
training methods
Training Methods
  • DFW Board Policy SS.006.00
  • FEMA Independent Study
  • FEMA Resident Courses
  • TDEM Courses
  • National Domestic Preparedness Consortium Courses
  • NIMS ICS All-Hazards Position Specific Courses
  • Movies
  • Games

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dfw board policy ss 006 00
DFW Board Policy SS.006.00
  • To establish policy and procedure concerning compliance with state and federal requirements related to managing domestic incidents.
  • Primary/Supporting Roles
  • Required Training
  • Timelines

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fema independent study program
FEMA Independent Study Program
  • The primary audience for the Independent Study Program is national emergency response and recovery personnel of the United States, as well as emergency management personnel of FEMA, and US citizens.

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FEMA Independent Study Program

IS 703a

IS 704a

IS 701a*

IS 702a*

  • IS 700a
  • IS 800b
  • IS 100a
  • IS 200a

* Specialized Assignments

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fema residence course
FEMA Residence Course
  • Integrated Emergency Management Course (E900 series)
  • EOC/IMT Interface (E947)
  • Situation Awareness and Common Operating Picture (L948)

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texas division of emergency management courses
Texas Division of Emergency Management Courses
  • G 230 Principles of Emergency Management
  • G 235a Emergency Planning
  • G 386 Mass Fatality Incident Response
  • G703 Resource Management
  • G720 Mitigation Grants
  • G191/975 EOC Operations and ICS Interface (FW)

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national domestic preparedness consortium courses
National Domestic Preparedness Consortium Courses
  • Center for Domestic Preparedness
  • Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center
  • National Center for Biomedical Research and Training
  • National Emergency Response and Rescue Training
  • Nevada Test Site’s Counter Terrorism Operations Support Program

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center for domestic preparedness courses
Center For Domestic Preparedness Courses
  • Pandemic Planning and Preparedness
    • Pandemic Planning and Preparedness is a three-day training course providing an overview of pandemic planning, its challenges, and the facets of community preparedness that will assist a community to prepare and effectively respond to a pandemic.
  • DFW Airport Group (40 participants - 2009)
  • DFW Airport Group (8 participants 2012)

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texas engineering extension service
Texas Engineering Extension Service
  • Enhanced Incident Management/Unified Command Course

“…enhance the participants' incident management and decision-making skills necessary to effectively and safely respond to a CBRNE terrorism incident”

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nims ics all hazards position specific1
NIMS ICS All-Hazards Position Specific

Resource Unit Leader

Situation Unit Leader

Communications Leader

Supply Unit Leader

Finance/Admin Unit Leader

Division/Group Supervisor

Facility Unit Leader

  • Incident Commander
  • Operations Section Chief
  • Planning Section Chief
  • Logistics Section Chief
  • Finance/Admin Section Chief
  • Liaison Officer
  • Public Information Officer
  • Safety Officer

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eoc jeopardy
EOC Jeopardy
  • Position Specific Training
  • Quarterly Exercises
  • ICS Training 100, 200, 300, 400
  • Regional Training – HSEEP, Pandemic Planning

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dfw regional diversion airport map
DFW Regional Diversion Airport Map

TUL

MEM

OKC

LIT

LAW

TXK

SPS

LBB

GGG

DAL

DFW

SHV

ELP

ABI

TYR

ACT

GRK

CLL

AUS

HOU

IAH

EFD

SAT

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emergency operations center eoc planning p board game
Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

Planning “P” Board Game

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planning p board game
Planning “P” Board Game
  • Planning Chief
  • Logistics Chief
  • Finance/Admin Chief
  • Operations Chief
  • EOC Manager
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Wheel of Misfortune

  • Spin for the Disaster
  • Spin for the Severity
  • More Preparatory Time
  • No One Knows

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Family Feud

  • Positions vs. Positions
    • Finance/Admin
    • Logistics
    • Operations
    • Planning

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Survivor

  • Positions vs. Positions
    • Finance/Admin
    • Logistics
    • Operations
    • Planning

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emergency operations center eoc who wants to be the eoc manager
Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

Who Wants to Be

the EOC Manager?

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Who Wants to Be the EOC Manager?

  • EOC Manager
  • Section Chiefs
  • Life Lines

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emergency operations center eoc are you smarter than the disaster
Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

Are You Smarter

Than the Disaster?

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Are You Smarter Than the Disaster?

  • Varied Levels of Difficulty

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top 10 disasters
Top 10 Disasters

EVENT YEAR FEMA FUNDING

Hurricane Katrina (Region 6 States Only) 2005 $26.8 billion

Attack on America-WTC (projected)(NY) 2001$9 billion

Northridge Earthquake (CA) 1994 $7 billion

Florida Hurricanes [Charley, Frances, Ivan, Jeanne] 2004 $6.3 billion

Hurricane Ike (TX,LA) 2009 $4.1 billion

Hurricane Rita (TX,LA) 2005 $3.8 billion

Hurricane Georges (AL,FL,LA,MS,PR,VI) 1998 $2.3 billion

Hurricane Andrew (FL,LA) 1992 $1.8 billion

Hurricane Gustav (TX,LA) 2009 $1.5 billion

Tropical Storm Allison (FL,LA,MS,PR,TX) 2001 $1.4 billion

Data as of 8/2010

emergency operations center eoc word find crossword puzzles
Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

Word Find/Crossword Puzzles

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David McCurdy, CEM

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Department of Public Safety

Office of Emergency Management

dmccurdy@dfwairport.com

972-973-3590

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