Emergency Preparedness Training PlanPresentation Transcript
Emergency Preparedness Training Plan Dr. Richard O. Arvizu Emergency Management Coordinator
National Incident Management System (NIMS)
HSPD 5 established NIMS as the national standard for the management of critical incidents.
NIMS was developed so responders from different jurisdictions and disciplines can work together better to respond to natural disasters and emergencies, including acts of terrorism.
The HSPD also requires Federal departments and agencies to make adoption of the NIMS by State, Tribal and Local organizations as a condition for Federal preparedness assistance.
Incident Command System (ICS)
ICS is the actual crisis-management tool for NIMS.
The ICS is used by the forestry service and many urban fire agencies as the management system for the organization of firefighting and related support.
The ICS concept has been expanded by the DHS to be the crisis management model for all crises, whether natural or manmade.
Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS)
SEMS is an emergency management system used by the State of California that uses the Incident Command System (ICS) as it basic framework.
The five major components in SEMS are Management; Operations; Planning; Logistics; and Finance.
Must use SEMS/ICS in order to be eligible for State/Federal funding of response related personnel costs.
Emergency Planning Process
National Incident Management System (NIMS)
Core set of concepts, standardized principles and terminology for incident command management and multi-agency coordination
California Standard Emergency Management System (SEMS)
Requires emergency response agencies to use basic principles and components of emergency management including Incident Command System (ICS), multi-agency or inter-agency coordination, the operational area concept, and established mutual aid systems
Los Angeles City College Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)
Fully adopts the provisions of NIMS/SEMS/ICS and requires its implementation at the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and on-scene by all responders
Why an Emergency Operations Plan?
California Legal Requirements:
California Education Code Section 94380—Required Plan.
Petris Bill – Section 8607 of the California Government Code (SEMS Plan).
California Government Code Section 3100 (Public employees are disaster service workers for local or state emergencies).
LACC Emergency Operations Center (EOC) provides staff with procedures, documentation, and user-friendly checklists to effectively manage and coordinate emergency response.
Addresses the entire spectrum of contingencies, ranging from relatively minor incidents to large-scale disasters.
Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) Documentation—July 2008
VOLUME 1 -- Immediate Action and Event Specific Checklist
Crisis Action Team (CAT)
CAT determines if event is sufficient to implement Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
Event Specific Checklists provides guidelines on event specific emergencies and the recommended response actions by management, faculty, and staff
VOLUME 3 – NIMS / SEMS Basic Plan
NIMS/SEMS/ICS Specific Documentation
This volume provides a separate document of reference information
Authorities & References
Threat Summary & Assessment
Glossary of Terms
Acronyms & Abbreviations
VOLUME 2 – EOC Guidebook and Section Checklists
Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
Activation of EOC is based on the emergency event or situation
This volume provides general information on Who, What, Where, and How to activate the LACC EOC
Contains Section Specific information including EOC Section overview information and individual EOC position checklists
VOLUME 4 – Plan for People with Disabilities
Supplements EOP with specific information dealing with People with Disabilities
This volume provides guidelines and procedures for People with Disabilities
Evacuation Policy for People with Disabilities
Emergency Evacuation Tips and Overview
Use of Evacu-Trac Emergency Evacuation Chair
SEMS / ICS Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) Utilizes the… Incident Command System (ICS) Management Finance Logistics Planning Operations
Emergency Operations Center (EOC) EOC MANAGEMENT TEAM OPERATIONS (Mr. Willie Richmond) FINANCE (Ms. Allison Jones) LOGISTICS (Dr. Merrill Eastcott) PLANNING (Dr. Lawrence Bradford) POLICY/ADVISORY GROUP (LACCD Board of Trustees) Public Information Officer (Ms. Lisa Olivia Fitch)) Emergency Management Coordinator (Dr. Richard Arvizu) Liaison Officer (Dr. Joyce Moore) Law Enforcement Fire/Rescue (Dep. Richard Pfeiffer) Environmental Health & Safety (Ms. Barbara Vasquez) Facilities Management (Mr. Jimmy Acosta) Student Coordination (Mr. Will Marmolejo) Parent Coordination (Mr. Randy Anderson) First Aid/Medical (Ms. Betsy Manchester) Documentation Coordination (Mr. Corey Rodgers) Situation Status (Ms. Belinda Acuna) Damage Assessment (Ms. Cristy Passman) Recovery (Ms. Rebecca Tillberg) Personnel (Mr. Jeremy Villar) Purchasing/Supply (Mr. Ramon Bernardino) Communications (Mr. Juan Mendoza) Transportation (Ms. Vera Tylecek) Cost (Ms. Ishkhanoui Avanesian) Dr. Jamillah Moore (DIRECTOR) Mr. Bruce Baron—Senior Advisor Dr. Kathleen Burke-Kelly—Senior Advisor Ms. Myra Siegel—Senior Advisor Care & Shelter (Mr. Lawrence Busey) Time (Ms. Yelizaveta Asipyan)
NIMS/SEMS/ICS Training Requirements
LACC Emergency Preparedness Training
Supporting Documentation & Equipment
Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) updated (July 2008) is on LACC website.
Emergency Pamphlets for specific emergencies in each room throughout campus.
Evacu-Trac Emergency Evacuation Chairs located on highest floor of multi-story buildings near elevator and staircase.
Automated External Defibrillator (AED) equipment at Sheriff’s Office.
Participation – Importance
Involvement is important because:
Your own safety
Safety of our students and community
Safety of your colleagues
Public employees are disaster service workers for local or state emergencies
Emergency Preparedness Training will be available throughout the year