Jeleen Briscoe, USDA APHIS Animal Care Emergency Programs
Jereme Altendorf, US Coast Guard Atlantic Strike Force
Building ...
Fire Dept
Who may show up at your gates?
AZA
AVIC
AreaVet in Charge
EPA
FEMA
USDA ACEP
Animal Care Emergency Programs
NASA...
Who may show up at your gates?
ZOO
State & Local Response
Veterinary Emergency Managers
Other States
Emergency Management
Assistance Compact
Federal Governme...
Nation’s approach to all-hazards response
Key response principles
Roles
Organizational structure
National Response Framewo...
National Response
Framework
National Incident
Management System
National Incident Management System
Incident Command System
Unified
Command
Participants
May Include:
Local Official(s)
Stat...
The PETS Act
2005
Federal Response
National Response Framework
Tribal Relations
Cyber Incident
Food and Agriculture
Incident
Terrorism Incid...
ESF#6: Mass care and emergency services
- including pets
ESF#8:Veterinary medical support
ESF#11:Animal & plant disease & ...
ESF#6: Mass care and emergency services
- including pets
ESF#8:Veterinary medical support
ESF#11:Animal & plant disease & ...
Federal Partnerships
– Statutory authority (Stafford Act)
– Resources
Federal
Animal
Emergency
Working
Group
– AWA & Pe...
NASAAEP BPWG Collaboration
National Alliance of State Animal and Agriculture
Emergency Programs
Best Practice Working Grou...
Animal
Search
&
Rescue
Evacuation &
Transportation
Emergency
Animal
Sheltering
Disaster
Veterinary
Care
Animal
Decontamina...
National Animal Rescue and Shelter Coalition
Associate: AVMA
Affiliates: Society of Animal Welfare Administrators,American ...
APHIS Emergency Operations Center
Multi-Agency Coordination System
Text
9 CFR
§2.38(e)
§2.129
ACVMO or Inspector
ACEP
AC Program Response Team
Local/State Authorities
NGO’s
National
Response
Framework
National
Response
System
Clean Water Act
Superfund
No Presidential Declaration
THE POLLUTER PA...
The National Response System
Local
Regional
National
Oil and hazardous substance emergencies
Preparedness
Response
The National Response System
Local
Regional
National
+ Industry
www.nrt.org
P r e p a r e d n e s s
http://www.epa.gov/oem/content/epcra/
How Industry Coordinates Emergency
Preparedness within the National Response System
Qualified Individual
Training:
HAZWOPER...
Qualified Individual
emergency preparedness coordinator
33CFR154.1026(c) ...designating them as a qualified
individual and ...
Emergency Preparedness Training
LEPC and ACP Committees
Incident Command System
OSHA: Hazard Communications &
Hazardous Wa...
Industry exercise
guidelines
Exercise objectives:
Resource Deployment
Tabletop
Full-scale
Compatible with HSEEP
II
State
Emergency
Management
Local Responders
Multi-Agency
Coordination
System
Statutory
Response
Emerging Roles for AZA?
State
Emergency
Management
Local Responders
Multi-Agency
Coordination
System
Statutory
Response
The rest is up to you...
Association of Zoos and Aquariums annual conference 2012, Phoenix, AZ
Association of Zoos and Aquariums annual conference 2012, Phoenix, AZ
Association of Zoos and Aquariums annual conference 2012, Phoenix, AZ
Association of Zoos and Aquariums annual conference 2012, Phoenix, AZ
Association of Zoos and Aquariums annual conference 2012, Phoenix, AZ
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Association of Zoos and Aquariums annual conference 2012, Phoenix, AZ

  1. 1. Jeleen Briscoe, USDA APHIS Animal Care Emergency Programs Jereme Altendorf, US Coast Guard Atlantic Strike Force Building an Emergency Management Preparedness Program Emerging Roles for AZA in Emergency Response and Confiscations
  2. 2. Fire Dept Who may show up at your gates? AZA AVIC AreaVet in Charge EPA FEMA USDA ACEP Animal Care Emergency Programs NASAAEP National Alliance of State Animal & Agriculture Emergency Programs NVRT NationalVeterinary ResponseTeam DOIHHS VMAT Veterinary Medical AssistanceTeam NARSC National Animal Rescue & Shelter Coalition State Vet State EM Emergency Management ESF#11 Emergency Support Function FOSC Federal On-Scene Coordinator ESF#10 Emergency Support Function
  3. 3. Who may show up at your gates? ZOO
  4. 4. State & Local Response Veterinary Emergency Managers Other States Emergency Management Assistance Compact Federal Government Presidential Declaration(Stafford Act) Federal Emergency Management Agency Personnel overwhelmed Resources dwindle Prolonged response HELP!
  5. 5. Nation’s approach to all-hazards response Key response principles Roles Organizational structure National Response Framework
  6. 6. National Response Framework National Incident Management System
  7. 7. National Incident Management System Incident Command System Unified Command Participants May Include: Local Official(s) State Official(s) Federal Official(s) Responsible Party Representative(s) Safety Liaison Information Operations Finance and AdministrationLogisticsPlanning II
  8. 8. The PETS Act 2005
  9. 9. Federal Response National Response Framework Tribal Relations Cyber Incident Food and Agriculture Incident Terrorism Incident Law Enforcement and Investigation Biological Incident Nuclear/Radiological Incident Volunteer and Donations Management ESF #10 – Oil and Hazardous Materials Response ESF # 9 –Search and Rescue ESF #8 – Public Health & Medical Services Public Affairs Private-Sector and Nongovernmental ESF #7 –Logistics Management & Resource Support ESF #15 – External Affairs ESF #6 – Mass Care, Housing & Human Services ESF #5 – Emergency Management ESF #4 - Firefighting ESF #3 – Public Works and Engineering ESF #2 – Telecommunications ESF #1 - Transportation ESF #14 – Long-Term Community Recovery ESF #13 – Public Safety and Security ESF #12 - Energy ESF #11 –Agriculture and Natural Resources Private-Sector Coordination Financial Management Worker Safety and Health Support Annexes Emergency Support Function Annexes State Response Local Government Response Partner Guides Base Plan International Coordination Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources Catastrophic Incident Incident Annexes Emergency Support Functions
  10. 10. ESF#6: Mass care and emergency services - including pets ESF#8:Veterinary medical support ESF#11:Animal & plant disease & pests Commercial food supply Natural resources Safety and well-being of pets Emergency Support Functions
  11. 11. ESF#6: Mass care and emergency services - including pets ESF#8:Veterinary medical support ESF#11:Animal & plant disease & pests Commercial food supply Natural resources Safety and well-being of pets Emergency Support Functions Zoo Animals?
  12. 12. Federal Partnerships – Statutory authority (Stafford Act) – Resources Federal Animal Emergency Working Group – AWA & Pets Mission – Staff of veterinarians andVHT’s – Program Response Team – NationalVeterinary Response Team – Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps – Emergency Management Coordination Group
  13. 13. NASAAEP BPWG Collaboration National Alliance of State Animal and Agriculture Emergency Programs Best Practice Working Groups
  14. 14. Animal Search & Rescue Evacuation & Transportation Emergency Animal Sheltering Disaster Veterinary Care Animal Decontamination Training Preparedness Community Outreach Planning & Resource Management NASAAEP Best Practice Working Groups
  15. 15. National Animal Rescue and Shelter Coalition Associate: AVMA Affiliates: Society of Animal Welfare Administrators,American Red Cross, NASAAEP, PetFinder.com Foundation,AmericanVeterinary Medical Foundation
  16. 16. APHIS Emergency Operations Center Multi-Agency Coordination System
  17. 17. Text 9 CFR §2.38(e) §2.129 ACVMO or Inspector ACEP AC Program Response Team Local/State Authorities NGO’s
  18. 18. National Response Framework National Response System Clean Water Act Superfund No Presidential Declaration THE POLLUTER PAYS Emergency Support Functions Presidential Declaration THE GOVERNMENT PAYS
  19. 19. The National Response System Local Regional National Oil and hazardous substance emergencies Preparedness Response
  20. 20. The National Response System Local Regional National + Industry www.nrt.org P r e p a r e d n e s s
  21. 21. http://www.epa.gov/oem/content/epcra/
  22. 22. How Industry Coordinates Emergency Preparedness within the National Response System Qualified Individual Training: HAZWOPER, Health & Safety, ER Plan Requirements Preparedness for Response Exercise Program
  23. 23. Qualified Individual emergency preparedness coordinator 33CFR154.1026(c) ...designating them as a qualified individual and specifying their full authority to: (1) Activate and engage in contracting with oil spill removal organization(s); (2) Act as a liaison with the predesignated Federal On-Scene Coordinator (OSC); and (3) Obligate funds required to carry out response activities.
  24. 24. Emergency Preparedness Training LEPC and ACP Committees Incident Command System OSHA: Hazard Communications & Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Agency specific training Response Resources & Funding Technical Assistance
  25. 25. Industry exercise guidelines Exercise objectives: Resource Deployment Tabletop Full-scale Compatible with HSEEP II
  26. 26. State Emergency Management Local Responders Multi-Agency Coordination System Statutory Response Emerging Roles for AZA?
  27. 27. State Emergency Management Local Responders Multi-Agency Coordination System Statutory Response The rest is up to you...

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