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    1. Base Emergency Preparedness Orientation 9 CES/CEXM

    3. Emergency Management Program Ref: AFI 10-2501 Emergency Management Element BEPO briefing EM Newsletters Training for appointees Unit Emergency Management Representatives Schedule and track EM training Sends out information from EM element Individuals Gain and apply training to home and work life Plan for all hazards This is an overview to provide what the EMWG is tasked with This is an overview to provide what the EMWG is tasked with

    4. Possible Hazards Review Ref: CA Governors Office of Emergency Services (OES) Natural Disasters Wildfires Floods Earthquakes Other Hazards Winter Storms Avalanche (In the Sierras) Freeze Less Significant Hazards Thunderstorms Tornadoes This is an overview to provide what the EMWG is tasked with This is an overview to provide what the EMWG is tasked with

    5. Wildfires Ref: Yuba County Office of Emergency Services Typical minimum members for the HAZMAT Emergency Planning Team are asterisked (*). Ensure Chair approves list as presented and/or make adjustments. Typical minimum members for the HAZMAT Emergency Planning Team are asterisked (*). Ensure Chair approves list as presented and/or make adjustments.

    6. Floods Ref: : OES/FEMA This is only to inform the Chair that we need to have these closed at the end of the meeting to ensure all further Working Groups will have this as the standard.This is only to inform the Chair that we need to have these closed at the end of the meeting to ensure all further Working Groups will have this as the standard.

    7. Earthquakes Ref: OES/FEMA This is only to inform the Chair that we need to have these closed at the end of the meeting to ensure all further Working Groups will have this as the standard.This is only to inform the Chair that we need to have these closed at the end of the meeting to ensure all further Working Groups will have this as the standard.

    8. Weather Watch vs. Warning REF: FEMA

    9. Major Accidents Ref: CEMP 10-2

    10. Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Ref: AFI 10-2502

    11. Hazardous Materials: Shelter-In-Place Ref: Handbook AFEM Are You Ready?, AFPAM 10-100

    12. Hazardous Materials: Shelter-In-Place Ref: Handbook AFEM Are You Ready? and AFPAM 10-100 Outside Hazard/Outside Population Sound alarm (notify others in immediate vicinity). Don protective equipment. Seek nearest building or safe area (upwind or crosswind from incident site) Report the event.

    13. Terrorist Activities Ref: AFMAN 10-2602

    14. Active Shooter Ref: 9 SFS Installation Lockdown Procedures Guide

    15. Active Shooter Ref: 9 SFS Installation Lockdown Procedures Guide Lockdown Procedures If indoors, enter the nearest room, lock, and barricade door Get down and seek cover away from windows and doors Turn off all lights Barricade/cover doors and windows (as appropriate) based on the threat Take roll/personnel accountability Each room should attempt to establish communication with UCC via landline, cell phone, or radio Maintain condition until the order is rescinded or revised by a recognized authority If attacker successfully gains entry, personnel in that room evacuate immediately (if possible) by any means and by any force If outdoors, report to your squadrons pre-determined staging area

    16. Active Shooter Ref: 9 SFS Installation Lockdown Procedures Guide Shelter-In-Place Procedures Bring all personnel inside Close and lock all building entrance/exit doors Close and lock all exterior windows Abandon all rooms with exterior walls Assemble all building occupants in interior rooms & hallways Take roll/personnel accountability Maintain this condition until a recognized authority rescinds or revises the order

    17. Emergency Preparedness Ref: FEMA

    18. Emergency Preparedness Ref: FEMA Training and Certification During an emergency, you may need to rely on previous military training (i.e. SA/BC, CPR) to help other victims or yourself For civilians, local training (i.e. First Aid, CPR) can be obtained through your local American Red Cross Validation Exercise your plans to find areas in need of improvement regarding planning or training Exercise your fire evacuation plan twice a year Involve all family members

    19. Emergency Preparedness: Supply Kit Ref: Department of Homeland Security

    20. Notification Ref: CEMP 10-2

    21. Notification Ref: EM Newsletter Apr 2010 AtHoc is a notification system that alerts personnel via telecommunications (e-mail and phone) To set up or update your AtHoc account Right-click on the purple circle at the bottom right hand of your tool bar Click on Access Self-Service Click on the My Info tab; complete all information boxes; click Save Click on the Contact tab; complete all information boxes; click Save and your done! Please note: if your home and cell numbers are the same, input the number only once (leave the other box blank) to avoid getting repeat calls.

    22. Notification Ref: ready.gov Ready Air Force Page Air Force Personnel Accountability and Assessment System (AFPAAS) is a standardized method for the USAF to account, manage, and monitor the recovery and reconstitution process for personnel and their families affected and/or scattered by a wide-spread catastrophic event To update your AFPAAS: Go to AFPAAS website https://afpaas.af.mil/ Click on Airman/Civilians; log in as you prefer Click on My Info tab; click contact information; to update click edit and update as needed; click Save Click Family Member Info tab; update as needed; click Save In the event of a disaster, you can use the Assessment tab to file your accountability

    23. Agencies and Resources California Office of Emergency Services http://www.oes.ca.gov Federal Emergency Management Agency http://www.fema.gov Transportation Security Agency http://www.tsa.gov Dept of Homeland Security Ready.gov http://www.ready.gov Dept of Homeland Security Read.gov Ready Air Force http://www.ready.af.gov American Red Cross Three Rivers Chapter http://threerivers.redcross.org/ American Red Cross Sacramento Sierra Chapter http://sacsierraredcross.org 9 CES Readiness & Emergency Management Flight CoP https://www.my.af.mil/afknprod/community/views/home.aspx?Filter=OO-MS-AC-88

    24. EM Program Managers 9 CES/CEX 6599 B. Street Beale AFB, CA 95903 Flight Chief: Mr. Coffelt (4-2744) NCOIC Emergency Management: TSgt Huff (4-2373) For current hazard information contact your unit Emergency Management Representative