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2 A B C of E O C

3 What to Do

4 Congratulations You’re the Logistic Chief

5 What’s Up DOC Emergency Operation Center

6 Why do we need an EOC, DOC, ICS, SEMS, NIMS?

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8 Emergency Disaster Service Worker California Government Code Section : It is hereby declared that the protection of the health and safety and preservation of the lives and property of the people of the state from the effects of natural, man made, or war-caused emergencies which result in conditions of disaster or extreme peril to life, property, and resources is of paramount state importance…in protection of its citizens and resources, all public employees are hereby declared to be Disaster Service Workers...

9 How does the field get additional SUPPORT?

10 FIELD Local EOC County EOC California Office of Emergency Services Regional California Office of Emergency Service Federal Emergency Management Agency Flow of Information Coordination and Control Standard Emergency Management System National Incident Management System

11 Hierarchy of Disaster Response in California Field Incident Local City / School / Agency County Operation Area California Coastal Regional Cal OES – Governor's Office Federal Assistance

12 SCCPPIR PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF EOC - D 1.SUPPORT (MACRO) 2.Communication (FACILITATE/SUPPORT) 3.Coordination (RESOURCES) 4.Policy (GUIDANCE) 5.Priorities 6.Information Management 7.Resource Management 8.Document

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14 Emergency Operations Center Management Section

15 Emergency Operations Center Management Command Section (Similar to an Incident Command) Plan Section Operations Section Logistics Section Finance Section Administration SET THE MISSION DOCUMENT AND FORECAST THE MISSION ACTION PLAN CARRY OUT THE MISSION SUPPORTS THE MISSION RESOURCES PAYS FOR THE MISSION Board of Supervisors

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21 Board of Supervisor

22 Functions : –Sets policy for the jurisdiction –Provides for continuity –Directs the overall emergency response –Ultimate accountability –Public Information Management/Command

23 Board of Supervisors

24 Operations Functions : Coordinates inter-agency response Receive, Evaluate and Respond to Requests for Assistance / Resources in accordance with the EOC Action Plan. Participate in setting jurisdiction wide Priorities Provide Field Status Reports to Command/Management and Planning Intelligence

25 Management Section Plan Section Operations Section Logistics SectionFinance Section Board of Supervisors Incident Command Logistics Operations FinancePlan Incident Command Plan Finance Operations Logistics EOC Field

26 Management Section Plan Section Operations Section Logistics SectionFinance Section Board of Supervisors Incident Command Logistics Operations FinancePlan Incident Command Plan Finance Operations Logistics EOC Field

27 Management Section Plan Section Operations Section Logistics SectionFinance Section Logistics Operations FinancePlan Finance Operations Logistics EOC Field Field Incident Command Field Incident Command Field Incident Command

28 Management Section Plan Section Operations Section Logistics SectionFinance Section Field Incident Command EOC Field Department Operation Center Field Incident Command Field Incident Command Field Incident Command Field Incident Command

29 Board of Supervisors

30 Planning/Intelligence Functions: Collects / analyzes information Develops Situation Reports Documentation Services Action Planning Advance Planning Technical Specialist Demobilization

31 Board of Supervisors

32 Logistics Functions: Order resources from off- incident locations Provides facilities, supplies, food, transportation, I.T. Establish systems for describing, inventorying, requesting and tracking resources.

33 Board of Supervisors

34 Functions: Provide input in all plans for financial and cost analysis Prepare all financial obligation documents Prepare incident cost summaries as needed Processing Claims & Compensation requests Recovery (long-term) Finance/Administration

35 1.LIFE SAFETY (Save lives and protect health) 2. Protect Property 3. Preserve the Environment 4. Restore Area to Normal as Fast as Possible EOC AND RESPONSE “GOALS”

36 NO ONE PLANS TO FAIL, BUT WE DO FAIL TO PLAN

37 The Planning “P” Notification Assessment Initial Briefing EOC Director Sets/Adjusts EOC Mission Policy & Priorities Conduct Section Meetings and Set SECTION Objectives Conduct Action Planning Meeting Finalize & Approve EOC Action Plan Conduct Section Briefing/ Shift Change New Op Period Execute and Revise Plan Assess Progress Prepare for the Planning Meeting Initial Plan Incident/Event EOC Activation HOUR 1 Action Planning: Five Step Process 1. Understand the Situation 2. Establish Objectives and Strategies 3. Develop the Plan 4. Prepare, approve and distribute the plan 5. Evaluate and revise the plan Action Plan – Five Step 1) Understand Situation 2) Establish Objectives and Strategies 3) Develop the Plan 4) Prepare, Approve & Distribute the Plan 5) Evaluate and Revise Plan

38 The Planning “P” Notification Assessment Initial Briefing EOC Director Sets/Adjusts EOC Mission Policy & Priorities Conduct Section Meetings and Set SECTION Objectives Conduct Action Planning Meeting Finalize & Approve EOC Action Plan Conduct Section Briefing/ Shift Change New Op Period Execute and Revise Plan Assess Progress Prepare for the Planning Meeting Initial Plan Incident/Event EOC Activation HOUR 1 HOUR 2 Objectives: –What is to be accomplished (Big Picture – Macro) Strategies: –Direction for accomplishing objectives

39 Notification Assessment Initial Briefing EOC Director Sets/Adjusts EOC Mission Policy & Priorities Conduct Section Meetings and Set SECTION Objectives Conduct Action Planning Meeting Finalize & Approve EOC Action Plan Conduct Section Briefing/ Shift Change New Op Period Execute and Revise Plan Assess Progress Prepare for the Planning Meeting Initial Plan Incident/Event EOC Activation HOUR 1 HOUR 2 Select Objectives and Strategies: 1.Acceptable 2.Makes Good Sense 3.Feasible 4.Sound Practice 5.Political considerations 6.Alternatives strategies

40 Notification Assessment Initial Briefing EOC Director Sets/Adjusts EOC Mission Policy & Priorities Conduct Section Meetings and Set SECTION Objectives Conduct Action Planning Meeting Finalize & Approve EOC Action Plan Conduct Section Briefing/ Shift Change New Op Period Execute and Revise Plan Assess Progress Prepare for the Planning Meeting Initial Plan Incident/Event EOC Activation HOUR 1 HOUR 2 HOUR 4 Emergency Operations Action Plan Prepare for Planning Meeting -Intelligence -Resources -Update -Revise -EOC Action Plan Draft DEVELOP

41 Notification Assessment Initial Briefing EOC Director Sets/Adjusts EOC Mission Policy & Priorities Conduct Section Meetings and Set SECTION Objectives Conduct Action Planning Meeting Finalize & Approve EOC Action Plan Conduct Section Briefing/ Shift Change New Op Period Execute and Revise Plan Assess Progress Prepare for the Planning Meeting Initial Plan Incident/Event EOC Activation HOUR 1 HOUR 2 HOUR 4 HOUR 5

42 Notification Assessment Initial Briefing EOC Director Sets/Adjusts EOC Mission Policy & Priorities Conduct Section Meetings and Set SECTION Objectives Conduct Action Planning Meeting Conduct Section Briefing/ Shift Change New Op Period Execute and Revise Plan Assess Progress Prepare for the Planning Meeting Initial Plan Incident/Event EOC Activation HOUR 1 HOUR 2 HOUR 4 HOUR 5 -Prepare -Approve -Finalize -Distribution Finalize & Approve EOC Action Plan HOUR 6

43 Notification Assessment Initial Briefing EOC Director Sets/Adjusts EOC Mission Policy & Priorities Conduct Section Meetings and Set SECTION Objectives Conduct Action Planning Meeting Conduct Section Briefing/Shift Change New Op Period Execute and Revise Plan Assess Progress Prepare for the Planning Meeting Initial Plan Incident/Event EOC Activation HOUR 1 HOUR 2 HOUR 4HOUR 5 Finalize & Approve EOC Action Plan HOUR 6 1.An overview of what has transpired in the last operational period for their Section 2.Objective that have been accomplished in the last Operational Period 3.New Objectives that have been developed to address changing conditions 4.Any trends that appear to be happening 5.Any outstanding issues from the last operational period. HOUR 11

44 Emergency Operations Center 1)Coordinate (inter-agencies / resources) 2)Conduit (additional resources) 3)MACRO vs Micro 4)Strategic vs. Tactics 5)Promote problem resolution at the lowest level. 6)Cascading Events 7)ANTICIPATE Needs

45 ANTICIPATION Activate EOC 1. EOC Website geo-mapping, on wall 2. EOC Action Plan 3. Information verified, share intelligence 4. Feeding, sleeping, shifts, breaks 5. Recovery Plan Water (Bottle, Truck, Pipeline) Sewer (Port-a-potty, infrastructure) Electric (generator, grid) Food-Feed (Field, Community, Shelters, EOC) Care and Shelter 1. Location, American Red Cross, Capacity-ADA Compliance 2.Animal Shelter / Control 3.Evacuation (notification- transportation- Community Health / Medical / Vector) Communications (News release, radio) 1. PIO Press releases 2. ACS/Ham 3. Joint Information Center 4. Public Health Information Release 5. Police-Sheriff Dispatch CAD 6. Social Media Security Triage / Hospital / Medical Supplies Debris (box, removal) Volunteer Management (Volunteer Ctr.) Donation Management (Salvation Army) Cash Donation (Finance Dept/ARC) Schools (Shelter in Place, Evacuation, Shelters) Shift Changes (field, EOC) Recovery Planning / Disaster Assistance Center 1. How to sustain economic base? 2. Short / Long term housing 3. Permit Process - Mitigation Proclamation of Disaster Damage assessments (Windshield, inspectors, engineers) Barricades, generator, batteries, vests... Staging Area 1. Resource Management 2. Demobilize / Redeployment

46 Begin with the End in Mind Anticipate needs. Put first things first Do Not Prioritize what is on Your Schedule, but Schedule your Priorities. Think Win - Win Success follows a Co-operative Approach more naturally than the Confrontation of “Win” or “Lose”. Seek First to Understand Then to be understood Diagnose before you Prescribe Synergize The whole is greater than the Sum of its Parts GENERAL TIPS

47 Recovery starts with Response Standing Contracts FACTS AND TIPS Relationships Document, Document, Document Debris 40% of costs No Free Money Use your resources first, good luck getting someone else’s money

48 TEST - Field vs. EOC Who does Tactics? Who does Strategies and not Tactics? EOC Main Function? Support Field Operations Via communications and coordination providing policy, prioritization, information management, resource management and public information Emergency Operation Center (EOC) Field Operations

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50 DISASTER PREPAREDNESS DISASTER CYCLE – 4 PHASES

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