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    • Employee Disaster Training: Civil Service
    • Disaster Categories Define Disaster Service Worker (DSW) Define A & B Shift Assembly Locations Incident Command System (ICS) Standard Emergency Management First Aid & Stress Home Preparedness3/22/2012 2
    • Disaster Levels Level 1 Local Incident Handled By City & County Emergency Resources Level 2 Multiple Level 1 Incidents Mass Casualty Event Level 3 Major Catastrophe 3/22/2012 3
    • What Level? 3/22/2012 4
    • What Is a Disaster Service Worker?California Government Code, Title 1, Division 4,Chapter 8, Section 3100 designates public employees asDisaster Service Workers. Disaster Service Workers arerequired to report for work in an emergency and are expectedto make every effort to fulfill emergency action assignments.3/22/2012 5
    • Reporting (Shifts)Shift A Personnel Report ImmediatelyShift B Personnel Report 12 Hours Later or As Instructed Via Radio3/22/2012 6
    • Reporting to WorkBridges & Roads Accessible Secure Family First Tune In: KCBS (740AM) KGO (810AM) KNBR (680AM) Report to Work 3/22/2012 7
    • Reporting to WorkBridges & Roads Inaccessible Listen to Radio For Instructions Report to Staging Areas Bring City ID - Required State Coordinates Travel to City? 3/22/2012 8
    • Pickup Points (Alameda/Contra Costa) Bay Farm Island Ferry Terminal Jack London Square Ferry Terminal Berkeley Marina Richmond Marina (Contra Costa ) 3/22/2012 9
    • Pickup PointsMarin/Solano/San Mateo/Santa Clara Sausalito Ferry Terminal (Marin) Larkspur Ferry Terminal (Marin) Vallejo-Mare Island Ferry Terminal (Solano) Port of Redwood City Terminal (San Mateo/Santa Clara) 3/22/2012 10
    • If Living in San FranciscoOperation Return to Work (Interim Plan) Pier 80 (Transportation TBA) 3/22/2012 11
    • If Living in San FranciscoOperation Return to Work (Long Term Plan) County OES Coordinates From City Staging Areas Report to Assigned Work Location If Not Possible, Report to Main May Be Reassigned at City Staging Areas 3/22/2012 12
    • Standard Emergency Management System(SEMS) Mandated by the State Provides Standardization for Planning, Response, & Recovery Activities & Use of Common Terminology Requires Use of ICS Promotes Development of Plans & Standard Operational Procedures3/22/2012 13
    • Incident Command System (ICS) Incident Commander Command Staff Operations Plans Logistics Finance Complies with SEMS State mandate Provides organizational structure Promotes preparedness 3/22/2012 14
    • Worst Case Scenario: Earthquake Recreation / Errands 6% Work / Commute 31% Home 63% 3/22/2012 15
    • 3/22/2012 16
    • Injuries: Common Causes & Types Slips Trips Falls Abrasions & Punctures Lacerations Fractures Burns 3/22/2012 17
    • Basic First Aid Abrasion (Road Rash) Laceration Puncture Burns Dehydration Heat Stress Fractures Unconsciousness 3/22/2012 18
    • Basic Wound CareIrrigation • Limits InfectionClosure: Use Dressings • Limits Infection • Improved FunctionTopical Antibiotic • May Limit Infection Around Tissue Damage3/22/2012 19
    • Basic Care for Unconscious Person Airway - Keep Open & Clear Breathing Circulation Treat for Shock Check for Medical Bracelets, Cards, or Necklaces 3/22/2012 20
    • Dehydration & Heat StressSigns & Symptoms: Nausea Confusion Combative Behavior Fever Flushed Appearance Diarrhea Unconsciousness 3/22/2012 21
    • TreatmentHeat Stress Remove to Cooler Area Loosen Clothing Apply Cool Wet Cloth Fan Down Slow HydrationHeat Stroke Protect Airway Follow Heat Exhaustion Guidelines 3/22/2012 22
    • Stress & Supervisors:Its Not Easy Being the Imperious Leader Recognizing Stress Identifying Potential Problems Intervene When Necessary 3/22/2012 23
    • Disaster & Post Disaster Emotions Adrenaline Rush Post Disaster Letdown Physical/Emotional Exhaustion Depression / Anxiety Confusion Delayed Reactions Post Traumatic Stress 3/22/2012 24
    • Identifying & Correcting Potential Problems Provide Factual Information Get Worker Family Information Identify Stress Reactions & Intervene Provide Information About Stress Debrief Critique Incident Give Recognition 3/22/2012 25
    • Intervention Strategies:Heading Off the Storm Buddy System Supportive Environment Breaks (if Possible) Maintain Clear Communication 3/22/2012 26