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EM 101 All-Hazard Planning

What You Get: 1 File with over 50 pages including graphs and charts

See some Sample Test Questions

A step-by-step approach to emergency planning, response and recovery for state and local government of all sizes.

Course Outline

Chapter 1 - Preliminary Considerations

What an EOP is
General
Local EOPs
State EOPs
Why Your Jurisdiction Should Have an EOP
Government's Responsibility for Emergency Management Comprehensive Emergency Management
Criticality of All-Hazard EOPs
What an EOP is Not
Other Types of Plans
Plans Versus Procedures

Chapter 2 - The Planning Process

Introduction
Principles
Don't Reinvent the Wheel
Don't Go It Alone
Don't Forget the Chief Executive Official ("CEO') Steps
Research
Development
Validation
Maintenance

Chapter 3 - Emergency Operations Plan Format

Introduction
A Functional Approach to the Overall Structure of the EOP
Concept
Components
Options
A Task-Based Approach to Each Section of the EOP
Concept
Components
Options

Chapter 4 - Basic Plan Content

Introduction
Elements of the Basic Plan
Introductory Material
Purpose
Situation and Assumptions
Concept of Operations
Organization and Assignment of Responsibilities Administration and Logistics
Plan Development and Maintenance
Authorities and References

 

Chapter 5 - Functional Annex Content (Not Included)

Content
Functions To Include as Annexes
Description of Core Functions
Attachment A - Direction and Control
Attachment B - Communications
Attachment C - Warning
Attachment D - Emergency Public Information
Attachment E - Evacuation
Attachment F - Mass Care
Attachment G - Health and Medical
Attachment H - Resource Management

Chapter 6 - Hazard-Unique Planning Considerations (Not Included)

Introduction
Development of a Hazard-Specific Appendix
Content of A Hazard-Specific Appendix
Description of Unique and Regulatory Planning Considerations
Attachment A - Earthquake
Attachment B - Flood/Dam Failure
Attachment C - Hazardous Materials
Attachment D - Hurricane
Attachment E - Lethal Unitary Chemical Agents and Munitions
Attachment F - Radiological Hazards
Attachment G - Terrorism to be developed
Attachment H - Tornado

Chapter 7 - Linking Federal and State Emergency Response Operations

SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS

The SLG 101 is primarily used by Federal Agencies for emergency planning however state and local agencies may use it if it is large enough, usually around 50,000 population. True or False?

The SLG 101 is a
a. tool box of ideas
b. criteria required by FEMA for emergency planning
c. sample Emergency Operations Plan
d. all of the above

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