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1 Consequence Management Planning Meg Scott Phipps, Commissioner John T. Hoffman Director, Threat & Mitigation

2 How To Reduce Exposure to Terrorism Assess threat and vulnerabilities Implement Threat Reduction steps Develop Crisis Management Plan Develop Consequence Management Plan Train your team & Exercise the plans

3 Continuum Emergency ResponseConsequence Management Recovery Long Term Sustainment Follow-up PreparationsCrisis Response Plan Equip Train Coordinate Test Respond Rescue Secure Support Event Support to local/State agencies Troops on street Immediate Response Rescue Immediate sustainment Crisis Response Identify Prevent Apprehend Follow-up Sustainment Consequence Management

4 Response Capability Plans & Training Posture Organizations Staff Available Infrastructure & Resources Available Information & Communications

5 l Your plan must address how you will operate without key external support? l You must understand the threat and its potential effect on your activity: l threat scenarios provide focus l Assess capabilities to respond and recover l analysis uncovers gaps and shortfalls l Your plan must identify how you will return to normalcy l The goal is to minimize loss of life, capability, and property Crisis & Consequence Management Planning

6 Scenario Analysis Analysis Approach Start with Threat ScenariosStart with Threat Scenarios Enlist domain expertsEnlist domain experts Use simulation tools to assess impact on targetUse simulation tools to assess impact on target physical modelsphysical models GIS databases (demo- graphics, emergency assets, street maps, …)GIS databases (demo- graphics, emergency assets, street maps, …) Process/production schematicsProcess/production schematics ScenarioEvolution Predict Impact Casualties Property Damage Economic Impact ScenarioOutcome Analyze appropriate threat scenarios; overlay on conventional response capabilities Objective Process/production Impact

7 Federal Government Response Assessment Scenario Overall Capabilities Command Comm Equipment Information Resources Plans Overall Radiological Threat (Strontium) Biological Agent Threat (Foot & Mouth) Biological Agent Threat (Anthrax) Product Adulteration Threat (Ricin) Chemical Agent Threat (Nerve Agent – from Pesticide) Summary: Terrorists place a beta emitter in tank of raw product. Summary: Dairy cattle discovered to have FMD. Summary: 100 grams of anthrax released into the production process. Summary: Ricin put into raw product Summary: Organo-phosphate put into raw product Technology Organizational Response Assessment

8 Emergency Infrastructure What facility can serve as your EOC? What facility can serve as your EOC? Where is your off-site/alternate management or operations office? Where is your off-site/alternate management or operations office? What team within your organization provides ongoing planning and coordination? What team within your organization provides ongoing planning and coordination? Who can provide contracting, procurement, equipment loan/lease support to restore or sustain critical operations? Who can provide contracting, procurement, equipment loan/lease support to restore or sustain critical operations? Is there a COOP plan to sustain production or preserve capability at some level? Is there a COOP plan to sustain production or preserve capability at some level? Do you maintain pre-packaged response or continuity of operations emergency supplies? Do you maintain pre-packaged response or continuity of operations emergency supplies?

9 Establish inter-agency Planning Team Assess Threat and Vulnerabilities Coordinate with local Emergency Response Determine Required Tasks to Restore Normalcy Determine Required Resources to Restore Normalcy Determine tasks required to restore critical functions Develop Command Structure and Staff functions Assess current capabilities to execute the plan Identify shortfalls and needs, then remedy them Train your staff and then Exercise the plan! Developing Consequence Management Plans:

10 1 Jun Complete Consequence Management Plan 15 Feb Complete Staffing Plan & Resource Allocations 1 Dec 1 Dec Complete needs identification & Prioritize planning tasks to be accomplished 4 Oct Complete Planning Task Objectives Initial Assessment Report to CEO 20 Oct Conduct Detailed Assessments Use Planning Milestones

11 Sheriff NCDA&CS Police Local EM Suppliers Industry Org. EMS Media ResourcedCoordinatedIntegratedEffectivePlan Endstate Objective

12 Consequence Management Planning John T. Hoffman Director, Threat & Mitigation QUESTIONS?


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