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Title: NFPA 1600 Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity Programs


1
NFPA 1600 Standard on Disaster/Emergency
Management and Business Continuity Programs
  • Lee Newsome, CEM
  • Technical Committee Member
  • on
  • Emergency Management and Business Continuity

2
Disclaimer
  • My sole presentation is not a formal
    interpretation of NFPA 1600.
  • Membership on the committee shall not in and of
    itself constitute an endorsement of the
    Association or any document developed by the
    committee on which I serve.
  • Anyone using the standard should exercise
    reasonable care in any given circumstances.

3
The Voice That Got Attention
  • Where is the Calvary on this one.
  • Kate Hale
  • August 1992

4
Hurricane Andrew Forced the Question
  • No Emergency Management Standard
  • What defines Emergency Management?
  • Congress asked a simple question
  • What is Emergency Management?

5
Why the National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA)
  • Founded in 1896
  • Quincy, Massachusetts
  • 81,000 Members
  • www.nfpa.org
  • An International Codes and Standards Organization

6
NFPA The standards Making Process
  • More than just fire Life Safety
  • Voluntary Consensus Standards
  • Overseen by ANSI
  • No NFPA 1600 Cops
  • No power to police or enforce compliance
  • Two types of documents
  • Recommended Practice should
  • Standard shall

7
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
  • Standards are developed through a consensus
    standards development process approved by the
    ANSI.
  • Through ANSI, NFPA 1600 was vetted with over
    2,000 organizations.
  • Resource for voluntary application.

8
The NFPA Disaster Management Committee
  • Established by the NFPA Standards Council in
    January 1991
  • Given the responsibility for developing documents
    relating to preparedness for, response to, and
    recovery from disaster resulting from natural,
    human, or technological events.

9
Technical Committee
  • Technical Committee on Disaster Management
  • New Technical Committee on Emergency Management
    and Business Continuity, committee expanded from
    30 members to 36 members to include critical
    infrastructure.
  • 35 TC Members (Only 2 are Fire Service)
  • 10 Alternate TC Members
  • 6 Non-voting TC Members

10
Committee Membership Classifications
  • UUser
  • SESpecial Expert
  • EEnforcing Authority
  • IInsurance
  • Note UK, Canada and Australia

11
Note for Special Experts (SE)
  • Section III.C.5 of the Ethics Policy in the NFPA
    Directory.
  • Directs Committee members to declare their
    interest representation if it is other than their
    official designation as shown on the Committee
    roster (a SE is representing another interest
    category on a particular subject).
  • If such a situation exists on a specific issue,
    the Committee member shall declare those
    interests to the Committee, and refrain from
    voting on any proposal or other matter relating
    to those issues.

12
NFPA 1600 ENDORSED BY
  • Department of Homeland Security - FEMA
  • National Emergency Management Association (NEMA)
  • International Association of Emergency Managers
    (IAEM)
  • American National Standards Institute (ANSI)

13
Committee Membership Organizational
Representatives
  • Disaster Recovery Institute International - US
  • Business Continuity Institute UK
  • National Association of SARA Title III Program
    Officials (NASTPO) US
  • National Emergency Management Association
  • International Association of Emergency Managers
  • American Petroleum Institute
  • NFPA Health Care Section
  • NFPA Industrial Fire Protection Section
  • Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs

14
NFPA 1600 - Process
  • Step 1 Call for Proposals
  • Document is entered into revision cycle
  • Call for Proposals is published.
  • Step 2 Report on Proposal (ROP)
  • Committee meets act on proposals, own proposal,
    prepare report.
  • Committee votes by written ballot Proposals.
  • Report on Proposals (ROP) is published for public
    review and comment.
  • Step 3 Report on Comments (ROC)
  • Committee meets to act on each public comment
  • Committee votes on comments by written ballot
  • Report on Comments (ROC) is published for public
    review.

15
NFPA 1600 - Process
  • Step 4 Technical Report Session (TRS)
  • Notices of intent to make a motion
  • Consent Documents (No Certified Motions bypass
    (TRS)
  • NFPA Membership Meets Certified Amending
    Motions.
  • Committee votes on any amendments to report
    approved at NFPA membership meeting.
  • Step 5 Standards Council Issuance
  • Appeals to NFPA Standards Council on Association
    action must be filed within 20 days of the Annual
    Meeting
  • Standards Council hearing of appeals.
  • Standards Council issue or other action (early
    2011)

16
NFPA 1600 What is its Purpose?
  • Stakeholders
  • Disaster Management
  • Emergency Management
  • Business Continuity
  • Provides Criteria
  • Assess Current Programs
  • Develop Programs
  • Implement Programs
  • Maintain Programs

17
NFPA 1600 Standard
  • The Foundation of sound Emergency Management and
    Business Continuity Programs.
  • Designed as a high level programmatic approach
    emphasizing 15 functional elements and
    performance outcomes.

18
History of The Standard
  • 1991 NFPA established the Disaster Management
    Committee
  • 1995 Recommended Practice Published
  • 2000 Approved as an American National Standard
  • 2004 2nd Edition of the Standard Approved
  • 2004 Recommended to the 9-11 Commission as the
    National Preparedness Standard for the Private
    Sector
  • 2004 Endorsed by the Department of Homeland
    Security for all Businesses as a Voluntary
    Standard
  • 2007 3rd Edition of the Standard Approved

19
JULY 22ND 9/11 COMMISSION REPORT
  • We endorse the American National Standards
    Institute recommended standard (NFPA) 1600 for
    private preparedness.
  • We were encouraged by Secretary Tom Ridges
    praise of the standard, and urge the Department
    of Homeland Security to promote its adoption.

20
NFPA 1600 What lies ahead?
  • 2004 Edition
  • Updated Terminology
  • Reformatted to follow the 2003 NFPA Manual of
    Style for NFPA Technical Committee Documents
  • 2007 Edition
  • Expanded the conceptual framework
  • Identified prevention as a distinct aspect
  • 2011 Edition
  • Task Group created to look at current issues

21
Chapter 1 Administration
  • 1.1 Scope. This standard establishes a common
    set of criteria for disaster/emergency management
    and business continuity programs hereinafter
    referred to as the program.
  • 1.2 Purpose. This standard shall provide
    disaster and emergency management and business
    continuity programs, the criteria to assess
    current programs or to develop, implement and
    maintain aspects for prevention, mitigation,
    preparation, response to and recovery from
    emergencies.
  • 1.3 Application. This document shall apply to
    both public and private programs.

22
Chapter 2 Referenced Publications
  • 2.1 General
  • 2.2 NFPA Publications
  • 2.3 Other Publications

23
Chapter 3 Definitions
  • 3.1 General Merriam-Websters
    Collegiate Dictionary, 11th Edition
  • 3.2 NFPA Official Definitions
  • 3.3.9 Mitigation. Activities taken to reduce
    the severity or consequences of an emergency.
  • 3.3.12 Prevention. Activities to avoid an
    incident or to stop an emergency from occurring.

24
The Word Prevention
  • The 2007 edition identifies prevention as a
    distinct aspect of the program, in addition to
    the other four phases.
  • Doing so brings the standard into alignment with
    related international disciplines and practices
    of risk management, security, and loss prevention.

25
Chapter 4 Program Management
  • 4.1 Program Administration
  • 4.2 Program Coordinator
  • 4.3 Advisory Committee
  • 4.4 Program Evaluation

26
Chapter 5 15 Program Elements
  • 5.2 Laws and Authorities
  • 5.3 Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment
    and Impact Analysis
  • 5.4 Hazard Mitigation
  • 5.5 Resource Management
  • 5.6 Mutual Aid
  • 5.7 Planning
  • 5.8 Direction, Control and Coordination

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Chapter 5 15 Program Elements
  • 5.9 Communications and Warning
  • 5.10 Operations and Procedures
  • 5.11 Logistics and Facilities
  • 5.12 Training
  • 5.13 Exercises, Evaluations and Corrective
    Actions
  • 5.14 Crisis Communications and Public
    Information
  • 5.15 Finance and Administration

28
Annex
  • Annex A Explanatory Material
  • Annex B D/EM/BC Related Organizations
  • Annex C Additional Resources
  • Annex D Emergency Management
    Accreditation and Certification Programs
  • Annex E Incident Management System (IMS)
  • Annex F Informational References

29
Free PDF Download
  • http//www.nfpa.org/assets/files//PDF/CodesStandar
    ds/1600-2007.pdf

30
To Get More Information
  • Dave Trebisacci
  • Sr. Fire Protection Specialist
  • NFPA 1600 Staff Liaison
  • 1 Batterymarch Park
  • Post Office Box 9101
  • Quincy, MA 02269-9101
  • Office Phone (617) 984-7420 dtrebisacci_at_NFPA.org

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