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INTEGRATING RISK MANAGEMENT INTO THE HOMELAND SECURITY ENTERPRISE Brief to OEMA Spring Directors Seminar 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR 2012112.

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1 INTEGRATING RISK MANAGEMENT INTO THE HOMELAND SECURITY ENTERPRISE Brief to OEMA Spring Directors Seminar 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR April 20121

2 Contents Integrated Risk Management Silo-ed Approach & Integrated Approach Homeland Security Enterprise IRM Strategy Comparison: IRM & NPS In Review 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR April 20122

3 Integrating Risk Management into the Homeland Security Enterprise Background Franklin County Emergency Management & Homeland Security (FCEM&HS) takes a risk-based approach to the Homeland Security Enterprise business model. Intent is to more effectively engage elected officials and decision makers in EMHS policy making. Problems to address: – Same response for every hazard but terrorism. – Risks were not incorporated into training, exercise, and funding strategies. – Efforts duplicated due to partners working in silos. 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR April 20123

4 Integrated Risk Management (IRM) Very complex system; coordinated by FCEM&HS to help ensure decision makers are educated about risks impacting Franklin County and fully integrated into the strategic planning process for managing those risks. FCEM&HS is building an IRM process to support the Homeland Security Enterprise. Participation by Decision Makers in the Homeland Security Enterprise (public and private sector CEOs) is key to fully realizing integrated risk management. This is a cultural and paradigm shift in Homeland Security thinking in Franklin County. 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR April 2012

5 Decision-makers are crucial to Integrated Risk Management Planning builds upon existing processes, focusing on the incorporation of risk information to inform decision makers. Mitigation Framework, 2012 The Framework provides individuals; communities; and government, private sector, and nongovernmental organization decision makers with an understanding of the full spectrum of protection mission activities and what they can do to ensure our Nation is optimally protected from man-made and natural disasters. Protection Framework, April 20125SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR 2012

6 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR Fire Non- Profits Non- Profits EMA NGOs LE Federal Health Decision Makers Decision Makers Private Sector CEOs Private Sector CEOs State Citizens Silo-ed Approach

7 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR Fire EMA LE Private Sector CEOs Private Sector CEOs Citizens Health Decision Makers Decision Makers State Federal Integrated Approach Local Jurisdictions Local Jurisdictions State and Federal Partners State and Federal Partners NGOs Non- Profits Non- Profits Emergency Partners Emergency Partners

8 Homeland Security Enterprise Homeland Security Enterprise (HSE) is a whole community approach. Utilizes partnerships among emergency management, law enforcement, public health, local/state/federal government, private sector, nongovernmental organizations, faith-based & community-based organizations, and the public. Federal guidance focus is on all- hazards preparedness; local HSE partners must share info regardless of threat or hazard, man-made or natural. Foundation of IRM is understanding the Risk Capabilities Gaps Decision-Making process. Local Emergency Partners Jurisdictional CEOs State and Federal Partners FCEM&HS Communication & Coordination 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR 20128

9 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR Integrated Risk Management Strategy Decision Maker Education and Engagement Homeland Security Enterprise Planning Training Exercises Funding Priorities Franklin County Threat Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (THIRA) Franklin County Core Capability Assessment Franklin County Gap Analysis GapsCapabilitiesRisk Decision Maker Review & Updates Planning Training Exercises Funding Priorities GapsCapabilitiesRisk

10 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR NPS ComponentsFCEM&HS IRM Process Identifying and Assessing RiskEnhancing risk assessment Estimating Capability Requirements (Cap Assess) Assessing capabilities Building and Sustaining Capabilities (Gap Analysis) Gap Analysis Planning to Deliver CapabilitiesStrategic Planning Validating CapabilitiesDecision-Maker Education & Engagement Reviewing and UpdatingAnnual Review & Update Comparison: IRM & National Preparedness System

11 In Review We are all part of the Homeland Security Enterprise. Risks Capabilities Gaps HSE Decision Making = IRM. Successful implementation of both IRM and NPS in Franklin County rests on participation of Franklin County decision makers. End-state: an informed body of leaders in Franklin County who understand our risks, capabilities and gaps and use that knowledge as part of the HSE to shape policy and funding. Franklin County will also produce a Guide that can be disseminated by OEMA and FEMA to help local governments implement Integrated Risk Management at the local level. 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR April 2012

12 QUESTIONS / DISCUSSION Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security 12 April 2012SPRING DIRECTORS' SEMINAR April


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