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Title: Writing an Environmental Health Emergency Response Plan


1
Writing an Environmental Health Emergency
Response Plan
  • Lesson 3 Starting your
  • Environmental Health Emergency Response Plan

2
Governments Responsibility
  • Elected leaders take immediate action
  • Government marshals resources
  • Work with voluntary agencies private sector

3
Preparedness
  • Establish responsibilities for emergency actions
  • Garner resources to support your emergency
    actions
  • Emergency preparedness activities require
    upkeep-training, drills exercises

4
Focus on Response
  • Time-sensitive actions to save lives/property
  • Sustain morale
  • Assessing damage (EH role)
  • Mass shelters (EH role)

5
Recovery
  • Restore critical infrastructure
  • Rebuild social, economic cultural life
  • Provide basic human needs

6
EH Emergency Plan Format
  • No mandated format
  • Format is good if
  • Users understand it
  • Are comfortable with it
  • Easily find information

7
Group Activity No.4
  • Organizational Framework

8
FEMA Plan Components for an EOP
  • Purpose, Scope, Situation Assumptions
  • Concept of Operations
  • Organization and Assignment of Responsibilities
  • Direction, Control, and Coordination
  • Disaster Intelligence (Information Collection)
  • Communications
  • Administration, Finance and Logistics
  • Plan Development and Maintenance
  • Authorities and References
  • Source FEMA Producing Emergency Plans A Guide
    for All-Hazard Emergency Operations Planning
  • for State, Territorial,
    Local, and Tribal Governments Interim Version
    1.0 1 August 2008

9
Plan Components Used in TwoEH Emergency Response
Plans
  • Purpose
  • Assumptions
  • Concept of Operations
  • Organization Assignment of Responsibilities
  • Authorities References
  • Resources
  • Amending the Plan
  • Quick Start
  • Introduction
  • Purpose
  • Situation Assumptions
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Concept of Operations
  • Responsibility, Notification, Activation
    Reporting
  • Response Actions
  • Communications
  • Training
  • Authority

10
Purpose of the Plan
  • Provide formal written guidance and instructions
    to EH staff working immediately after a
    disaster/emergency strikes a community and during
    the recovery period

11
Assumptions
  • Are treated as true
  • Many are obvious
  • Must be spelled out in the plan

12
Group Activity No.5
  • Assumptions Discussion

13
Plan Assumptions (In HC Plan)
  • Follow Existing Agency Policies
  • Inform Protect Employees and Workers
  • Inform Key Policy Makers Response Partners
  • Inform the Public
  • Intra/Inter Agency Communication and
    Collaboration
  • EH Staff Role
  • Availability of EH Staff
  • Training
  • Family Emergency Plan
  • Emergency Equipment PPE

14
Concept of Operations
  • Understand the sequence and scope of the planned
    emergency response
  • It explains your agencys overall EH approach to
    a disaster or emergency

15
Group Activity No.6
  • Concept of Operations Discussion

16
Concept of Operations (In HC Plan)
  • Follow Existing County Policies
  • Internal Notification Procedures
  • Notification Types Associated Actions
  • Activation of this Plan
  • Reporting for Work
  • Work Assignments
  • Alternate Work Locations
  • Management Structure

17
Concept of Operations (Cont.)
  • Department Operations Center
  • Overview of Response Procedures
  • Plan Development
  • Media Contact
  • Intergovernmental Communication
  • Emergency Equipment Supplies
  • After Action Reports

18
Organization Assignment of Responsibilities (In
HC Plan)
  • Organizational Structure
  • EH Incident Commander
  • Planning Section Chief (for a Case II Incident)
  • Operations Section Chief (for a Case II Incident)
  • EH Technical Specialists
  • Strike Team
  • Job Action Sheets

19
Authority for Plan
  • Federal Laws
  • State Statutes
  • County/City Resolutions
  • County/City Ordinances

20
EH Related Resources
  • Web Addresses
  • Hard Copy Fact Sheets

21
Amending the Plan
  • If the provisions of the plan fail in an
    exercise, drill or actual emergency
  • Significant amount of new information must be
    added to the plan
  • Updating information
  • Semi-annually

22
Plan Appendices
  • Contact information for Hennepin County,
    municipalities, state regional agencies
  • EH Go Kits
  • Emergency Response Report Form
  • Decision Flow Charts
  • ICS Forms
  • Potential Roles for EHP by Functional Area
  • Organizational Charts by Incident Type
  • Job Action Sheets
  • Incident Fact Sheets

23
Group Activity No. 7
  • Emergency Contact Information

24
Group Activity No. 8
  • EH Go Kits

25
Group Activity No. 9
  • Documenting Field Activities

26
Contact Information
  • Brian R. Golob, CHMM, REHS
  • Hennepin County HSPHD
  • 1011 First Street South, Suite 215
  • Hopkins, MN 55343
  • brian.golob_at_co.hennepin.mn.us
  • 612-543-5204
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