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Title: Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Illinois Schools Bourbonnais Elementary School District 53 Board of Education Meeting October 23rd 2007 Duck and Cover Movie Material for this presentation supplied by Ron Ellis with the ISBE


1
Multi-Hazard Emergency
Planning for Illinois Schools Bourbonnais
Elementary School District 53 Board of Education
Meeting October 23rd 2007 Duck and Cover
Movie Material for this presentation supplied by
Ron Ellis with the ISBE
2
Bourbonnais District 53 Timeline of Safety
Planning Events
  • Spring 07 - Dan Smits and Sorenson Wilder
    conduct Regional Hazard and Vulnerability studies
    done for both counties
  • August 30, 2007 Initial Safety Plan planning
    meeting with Roxanne Hooper Regional Office of
    Education Emergency Response Leadership Director
  • September 21, 2007 Administrative team trained
    and certified in National Incident Management
    System (NIMS) 100, Trainer Dan Smits from
    Sorensen Wilder at Liberty School
  • October 5, 2007 Principals trained in County
    Wide Emergency Response and Crisis Management,
    Manteno High School, Trainer Dan Smits from
    Sorensen Wilder and Bill Chigaros of the
    Kankakee County ESDA
  • October - District Nurse attends planning meeting
    to help with crisis and response plans for
    pandemic flu. 
  • October 14, 2007 Bus Drivers attended safety
    training session at KCC provided by IKAN.
    Trainers George Wick and Randy Braverman from
    Critical Incident Consulting
  • October 17, 2007 First draft of individual
    safety plans delivered to police and fire
    departments October 24 2007 - Emergency Response
    Leadership Team Meeting at Sheriffs Department
  • October 29, 2007 Workshop on Working with the
    Media, Public Information Officer Training
  • November 12, 2007 Meeting with the Bourbonnais
    Police Department and the Bourbonnais Fire
    Protection District to review school safety plans
  • November 27, 2007 School Safety Plans presented
    for approval to the Bourbonnais Elementary School
    Board of Education
  •  

3
4 Phases of Emergency Planning
Prevention/Mitigation
Preparedness
Response
Recovery
4
Illinois School Safety Drill Act HB2693 (PA
094-0600)
  • Establishes a Minimum Number and Type of School
    Safety Drills Schools Must Conduct.
  • Requires School Emergency and Crisis Plans to be
    Reviewed Annually by Schools and First
    Responders.
  • Requires Reporting to Ensure Compliance.
  • - School Officials Must Certify the Plan Was
    Reviewed
  • - School Officials Must Certify Drills Were
    Conducted in every school building
    housing students during the academic
    year

5
Illinois School Safety Drill Act
  • Types of Drills
  • Evacuation Drills When conditions outside of a
    school are safer than inside (e.g.-fire,
    suspicious item, hazardous materials, bomb
    threats, earthquake)
  • Bus Drills- When conditions outside the bus are
    safer than inside. (e.g.-fire, suspicious items,
    hazardous materials, accident)

6
Illinois School Safety Drill Act
  • Types of Drills (Continued)
  • Severe Weather/Shelter-in-Place-When conditions
    require refuge for students, staff and public
    within school buildings in an emergency.
  • Severe weather including shear winds, lightning,
    tornados and earthquakes
  • Hazardous materials chemical, incendiary,
    explosives
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction biological, chemical
    and nuclear weapons

7
Illinois School Safety Drill Act
  • Types of Drills
  • Law Enforcement Drills- When law enforcement
    involvement is necessary to protect school
    occupants and it is safer inside the school than
    outside
  • - May call for reverse-evacuation or lockdown
    (e.g. shooting incidents, bomb threats,
    suspicious persons, hazardous
    materials)

8
Illinois School Safety Drill Act Requirements
  • A minimum of 3 Evacuation Drills- (with 1
    requiring the participation of local fire dept.)
  • A minimum of 1 Bus Evacuation Drill
  • A minimum of 1 Severe Weather or Shelter-in-Place
    drill
  • 1 strongly encouraged but NOT mandatory- Law
    Enforcement Drill

9
Annual Review of Emergency and Crisis Response
Plans
  • Each School Board or designee is required to
    participate invite
  • Representatives of all local first responders
  • Bourbonnais Fire Protection District
  • (Assistant Fire Chief Jim Keener)
  • Bourbonnais Police Department
  • (Police Lieutenant Greg Kunce)

10
School Emergency and Crisis Response Plan
  • Minimal Components

11
Concept of Operations
  • A description of the school district or schools
    overall approach to an emergency
  • Explains how your school will respond to an
    emergency
  • What should happen, when, and at whose
    direction

12
Concept of Operations Direction and Control
  • The definition and assignment of roles and
    responsibilities for direction and control, with
    specific reference to
  • Chain of Command
  • Designated Back-up for each role, and other
    critical functions
  • Reliance on the Incident Command System (ICS)

13
Concept of Operations Direction and Control
(continued)
  • Responsibilities of individuals who discover the
    emergency or crisis
  • Responsibilities of leader/commander and other
    members of the emergency team
  • Responsibilities of monitors who will ensure
    proper execution of the planned response

14
Concept of Operations Direction and Control
(continued)
  • Responsibility for communicating with first
    responders, building occupants, families, media
    and the community
  • Responsibility for maintaining emergency-related
    records

15
Functional Procedures Based on Drills
  • Immediate action steps in emergencies for
  • Evacuation
  • Reverse Evacuation
  • Off campus evacuation
  • Lockdown
  • Shelter-in-place (severe weather, hazardous
    materials release)
  • Drop, cover and hold

16
Incident Specific Response Planning
  • Description of responses planned - what should
    happen, when and at whose direction, including
  • Severe weather
  • Fire
  • Bomb threats
  • Structural failure
  • Bus accidents

17
Incident Specific Response Plans Required
(continued)
  • Failure of utilities or loss of utility service
  • Release of hazardous materials indoors/outdoors
  • Intruder/use of weapon/hostage
  • Public health or medical emergencies
  • Earthquakes
  • Nuclear power plant accident (if school is within
    25 miles of the facility)

18
Resource Inventory for Emergencies
  • Emergency contact list
  • Student Accountability and Family Reunification
    procedures
  • Response guidance material, method of
    distribution to all staff and students
  • Emergencies supplies and equipment (Go Kits)

19
Training and Preparedness
  • Description of actions taken to ensure
    administrators, staff and students understand
    warning signals and response to emergencies
  • School Information hazard analysis, area maps,
    site plans, safety reference plans (23 Ill. Adm.
    Code 180.120) community agreements, etc.
  • Records and results of required School Safety
    Drills and optional drills conducted

20
Examples of other important resources for
emergencies
  • Maps (of school and area)
  • Site Plan (floor plan with utilities shut-offs)
  • Faculty/staff/students rosters
  • Photos of students, staff on CDs
  • Interagency / private sector Agreements
  • (I.E. shelters, transportation, equipment)
  • Response management Forms

21
Incident Command System
School and School District
ICS
First Responders (Fire, Police, EMT)
Partners (Mental Public Health, Parents, Media,
etc.)
22
Summary Lessons Learned
  • All staff and students must be trained on
    response procedures.
  • Emergency responders may not be available to
    assist the school immediately.
  • - Schools must develop the capability to be self
    reliant until emergency agencies can help
  • Communication is a key factor in knowing how and
    when to respond.
  • Practice Response Drills and Exercises

23
Whats Else?
  • Other Emergency Response and Crisis
    Management Items
  • Implementing the text messaging alert system
  • Assisting schools with table top exercises
  • Each building received Go-kits for each classroom
  • Each district office received an Incident Command
    Board and vests for response teams. 
  • There is second committee working on Crisis
    Intervention and Follow-up Services chaired by
    the ROEs Carole Franke.
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