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EM 130 Exercise Evaluation Course

What You Get: Over 100 courses pages. Appendices and Manuals number 196 pages.

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EM 130 Course Units of Instruction

Unit 1 Course Introduction

Unit 2 The Systematic Exercise Evaluation Process

Unit 3 The Exercise Evaluation Team Leader

Unit 4 The Exercise Evaluation Package

Unit 5 Evaluator Selection

Unit 6 The Evaluation Team Orientation

Unit 7 Observing Assigned Objectives

Unit 7A (Continued)

Unit 8 Documenting Player Actions

Unit 9 Assessing Achievement of Objectives

Unit 10 Post-Exercise Meetings

Unit 11 Preparing Written


Hazardous Materials Exercise
Evaluation Methodology
(HM-EEM) Manual
February 1992

TABLE OF CONTENTS

THE FOUNDATIONS OF EXERCISE EVALUATION

BASIS FOR EXERCISE EVALUATION

Identifying the Goals of Exercise Evaluation

ENHANCING THE VALUE OF EVALUATION EXERCISES THROUGH THE USE OF THE HM-EEM MANUAL AND HM-EEM

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

THE STRUCTURE OF AN EXERCISE EVALUATION

THE STRUCTURE OF AN EXERCISE EVALUATION TEAM

The Team Concept

Team Size and Composition

ACTIVITIES AND TASKS OF THE EVALUATION TEAM DIRECTOR

ACTIVITY I: PLAN AND MANAGE PREPARATIONS OF THE EXERCISE EVALUATION TEAM

Task One: Determine the Scope of Exercise Evaluation
Task Two: Determine the Evaluation Team Structure,Size and Composition
Task Three: Recruit the Evaluation Team Members
Task Four: Determine the Exercise Team Schedule of Activities
Task Five: Arrange for Logistics to Support Evaluation Team
Task Six: Provide Materials to Evaluators
Task Seven: Develop the Format and Table of Contents for the Table of Contents for the Exercise Evaluation Report
Task Eight: Conduct Pre-Exercise Briefing

ACTIVITY II: MANAGE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXERCISE EVALUATION REPORT

Task One: Supervise the Evaluation of the Exercise
Task Two: Direct the Compilation of Evaluator Reports
Task Three: Coordinate the Identification of Exercise Issues
Task Four: Manage the Completion of HM-EEMs and Preparation of Narrative Summaries
Task Five: Manage the Preparation of the Exercise Evaluation Report

THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EXERCISE EVALUATOR

THE EXERCISE PROCESS AND THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EVALUATOR

ACTIVITIES AND TASKS OF THE EVALUATOR

ACTIVITY I: RESEARCH AND PREPARE FOR THE EXERCISE

Task One: Receive Evaluator Materials
Task Two: Review the Scope of Exercise
Task Three: Attend Pre-Exercise Briefing

ACTIVITY II: CONDUCT THE EXERCISE

Task One: Observe Actions During the Exercise
Task Two: Follow Evaluator Guidelines

ACTIVITY III: REPORT THE RESULTS OF THE EXERCISE

Task One: Conduct After-Exercise Evaluator/Participants Interview
Task Two: Participate in After-Exercise Evaluator Debriefing
Task Three: Complete HM-EEM Forms and Narrative Summary
Task Four: Coordinate the Identification of Exercise Issues
Task Five: Attend After-Exercise Participant's Briefing
Task Six: Review Draft Exercise Report

THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS-EXERCISE EVALUATION METHODOLOGY(HM-EEM): AN INSTRUMENT FOR EXERCISE EVALUATION

HM-EEM STRUCTURE

STANDARD HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EXERCISE OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTIONS

Objective 1: Initial Notification of Response Agencies and Response Personnel
Objective 2: Direction and Control
Objective 3: Incident Assessment
Objective 4: Resource Management
Objective 5: Communications
Objective 6: Facilities, Equipment, and Displays
Objective 7: Alert and Notification of the Public
Objective 8: Emergency Information - Media
Objective 9: Protective Actions for the Public
Objective 10: Response Personnel Safety
Objective 11: Traffic and Access Control
Objective 12: Registration, Screening, and Decontamination of Public
Objective 13: Congregate Care
Objective 14: Emergency Medical Services
Objective 15: Containment and Cleanup
Objective 16: Incident Documentation and Investigation

APPENDIX A: HM-EEM Objective and Organization/Location Cross-Reference

APPENDIX B: Relationship of Knowledge Requirements by Objective

APPENDIX C: Acronyms

APPENDIX D: Glossary

LIST OF TABLES

THE TEAM CONCEPT


Federal Emergency Management Agency
Hazardous Materials Exercise Evaluation Supplement

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Pre-Evaluation Review Considerations
Hazardous Materials Exercise Evaluation Objectives
Critical Incident Stress Debriefing

Objective 1 - Hazardous Materials Team (s)
Objective 2 - Emergency Operations Center
Objective 3 – Fire, Rescue and HAZMAT
Objective 4 – Incident Command System
Objective 5 – Law Enforcement
Objective 6 – Emergency Medical Services
Objective 7 – Medical Facility
Objective 8 – Resource Management
Objective 9 - Direction and Control
Objective 10 – Facilities, Equipment and Displays
Objective 11 – Communications
Objective 12 – Public Information
Objective 13 – Population Protective Actions
Objective 14 – Relocation Centers
Objective 15 – Reentry and Recovery
Objective 16 – Post Exercise Analysis
Addendum A: Terrorism Exercise and Analysis

SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS

During the pre-exercise phase, the evaluation team leader

a. selects the evaluation methodology.
b. if necessary, develops evaluation forms.
c. selects and trains evaluation team members.
d. all of the above.

5. When systematic exercise evaluation design is followed, objectives will become the "units" of evaluation.

a. True
b. False

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