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EM 135 Exercise Control/Simulation Course

What You Get: Over 92 courses pages and 108 pages in Appendices and Manuals.

See some Sample Test Questions

STUDENT MANUAL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Module One Introduction
Module Two Overview of Roles and Responsibilities of Chief Controller
Module Three Control and Simulation in Tabletop Exercises
Module Four Control and Simulation in Functional Exercises
Module Five Control and Simulation in Full-Scale Exercises
Module Six Course Summary

Appendix A - Exercise Definitions
Appendix B - Lead Controller Exercise Control Plan Checklist


EXERCISE CONTROL/SIMULATION COURSE

EXERCISE CONTROL PLAN

CONTENTS

Purpose and Scope

Play Concept

Overview
Exercise Scenario
Exercise Players and Locations
Pre-Exercise Player Activity
Guidelines for Emergency Call-Off
Safety and Security
Assumptions, Artificialities, and Simulations

Concept for Management, Control, and Simulation

Management Structure
Exercise Control Team Structure

Exercise Control Team Staffing

Exercise Control Team Training

Exercise Control Team Staff Responsibilities

Lead Controller/Assistant Lead Controllers Responsibilities
Control Team Chief Responsibilities
Individual Controller Responsibilities
Individual Simulator Responsibilities

Exercise Control Team Procedures

Pre-Exercise Procedures
Exercise Procedures
Master Scenario Events List (MSEL) Procedures
MSEL Implementer Form Procedures
Problem Resolution Procedures
Reporting Procedures
Exercise Control Team Interaction Procedures
Post-Exercise Critique Session Procedures
Exercise Control Team Debriefing Procedures

Communications and ADP Support for the Exercise Control Team

Communications Capabilities and Structure
Telephone
ADP
Fax
Communications Procedures
Communications Control Procedures
Communications Responsibilities

Logistics/Administrative Support for the Exercise Control Team

Logistics and Administrative Support
Site Preparation

Annex A - Scenario Narrative

Annex B - Weather Scenario

Annex C - Objectives/Extent of Plays

Annex D - Action Sites/Participating Organizations/Non-Participating Organizations

Tab 1 - Federal Player Hours of Operation
Tab 2 - State Player Hours of Operation
Tab 3 - Local Player Hours of Operation

Annex E - Exercise Control Team Staffing

Annex F - Exercise Control Team Forms and Reports

Annex G - Message Preparation Instructions

Annex H - Acronyms


UNIT FOUR FUNCTIONAL EXERCISE ACTIVITY

Contents

Action Sites/Hours of Operation
Participants
Nonparticipating Entities
Equipment Listing for Players and Controllers
Emergency Management Center Layout
Scenario Narrative
Exercise Objectives/Extent of Play
Points of Review
Master Scenario Events List
MSEL Implementers
Rapid Assessment Team Damage Assessment Report One
Additional MSEL Implementers
Play Concept Worksheets

SAMPLE TEST QUESTIONS

Authority to alter, suspend, or terminate dangerous activities that pose a safety threat rests with

a. site safety personnel.
b. the Chief Controller.
c. public exercise observers.
d. on-scene participants.

A control technique during a Tabletop Exercise is to

a. introduce the narrative in stages.
b. break up the participant group into different rooms.
c. inject ad hoc messages to challenge the participants.
d. give participants all the exercise information at the beginning of the exercise.

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