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1 Governor’s Office of Emergency Services Grace Koch, Deputy Director


3 OES MISSION Under the authority of the Emergency Services Act and other legislation, OES mitigates, plans and prepares for, responds to, and aids in recovery from the effects of emergencies that threaten lives, property, and the environment.

4 OES Organization DIRECTOR Chief Deputy Director Ofc of Public Info
Legal Ch. Of Staff Warning Center Chief Deputy Director Communication and Tech. Development Ofc of Public Info Law Enforcement and Victims Services Division Preparedness and Training Division Response and Recovery Division Admin. Division

5 State Role Coordinate Requests for Mutual Aid Provide State Resources
Support Local Government Coordinate Federal Resources Train and Exercise Administer Grants

6 Support Local Government
Fire and Law Enforcement Mutual Aid State of Emergency Proclamation Grants and Funding Provide Guidance Training and Exercises Notifications/Communication

7 Coordinate Federal Resources
Federal Emergency Management Agency Dept. of Homeland Security National Guard Federal Disaster Grants Military

8 Disasters 2005-2006 Winter Storms 2006 Spring Storms
2006 Summer Heat Wave Fires Rock Slides Levee Emergency Photo by J.R. Garza

9 State Agencies Over 150 state agencies, boards, and commissions located throughout California Over 200,000 employees During disasters, all can be called upon to support

10 COOP/COG Ninety-two State Agency Plans Received
Essential Functions and back-up plans Ensure Services will continue Information on our website OES.CA.GOV

11 Partners Department of Aging Department of Developmental Services
Department of Rehabilitation Department of Social Services Department of Homeland Security State Council on Developmental Disabilities California Service Corps CDHS, SILC, and CDMH

12 Disaster Roles Aging – Care and Shelter, Notifications and Communication via AAAs and other partners, Medical Health, DSS – Lead on Care and Shelter, VEST, Plans, Evacuee Support, Food Programs, Language Services, CARES, DOR – Care and Shelter, Language Services (TTY), Information Referral, Identification of Resources for Relocation,

13 Partner Roles DDS – Fire, Law, Medical and Health, Care and Shelter, Construction and Engineering, Utilities OHS – Homeland Security/Terrorism focus, Funding, Coordination, Planning, Golden Guardian Exercise

14 Partner Roles SCDD – Communication, Area Board Offices, policies and practices that achieve self-determination, independence, productivity and inclusion CSC - Increasing service and volunteerism AmeriCorps, Citizen Corps, the Cesar Chavez Day of Service and Learning, support non-profit and service fields,

A Supporting Document to the State Emergency Plan The July 2006 Heat wave in California caused the death of 138 people over a 13 day period. California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (OES) California Department of Aging (CDA) California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) California Department of Health Services (CDHS) California Department of Social Services (CDSS) California Independent Service Operator (CAISO) California Service Corps (CSC) California Utilities Emergency Association (CUEA) Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Department Developmental Services (DDS) Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA) Franchise Tax Board (FTB)

16 Plan TOC

17 Catastrophic Planning
Bay Area Region Planning Project Pandemic Planning Governor’s Executive Order S-04-06

18 Catastrophic Planning, continued
Statewide Mass Evacuation Plan Movement of People Sheltering Caltrans Conference GAP Analysis

19 Policy Changes Disabled Populations - SB 1451 Animals - AB 450
Executive Order S-17-04 Law/Gov’t Agencies - Detect, Investigate - Prevent, Prosecute Improve Coordination Due Dec. 2006

20 Be Smart. Be Responsible. Be Prepared. Get Ready

21 Public/Private Partnership
Emergency Partnership Advisory Workgroup Planning and Training Goal to Develop MOU’s for Essential Services: Communications Transportation Food and Water Shelter and Housing Medical

22 Resource CD Heat Emergency Contingency Plan
Executive Orders and Elder Abuse Report Information on SB 1451 and AB 450 State Agency Executive Partnership on People with Disabilities and the Elderly Quarterly Report State Department Reports and Resources OES PPT and 3-Minute Video SEMS/NIMS

23 Golden Guardian ‘06 Southern Region – Nov 14 at 0900 hours
Multiple Explosions at Hyundai Pavilion – SBDO 1000 participants and observers Coastal Region – Nov 15 at 0512 hours 7.9 EQ on San Andreas Fault, San Francisco Major loss of life, property, infrastructure 1930 hours terrorist detonate bomb on Carquinez Inland Region – Support EQ Response Mass Care and Shelter in Fresno and Clovis

24 Resolve to be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant with the weak and the wrong. Sometime in your life you will have been all of these.” “Resolve to be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant with the weak and the wrong. Sometime in your life you will have been all of these.” Dr. Robert H. Goddard October 5, August 10, Thank You! Questions?

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