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1 Byron Piatt, MPA, CEM Emergency Manager University of New Mexico (505)

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3 Overview  Why?  What is an Emergency Operations Center (EOC)?  EOCs at UNM and UNMH  The “bigger” picture  Communication Lines  IT Roles  Decision Making Process  Resources

4 KOAT. YouTube: UNM Disasters. April 13, Accessed June 3,

5 What is an EOC?  A central location from which government at any level can provide interagency coordination and executive decision making in support of the incident response.  The EOC does not command or control the on- scene response, but plays a critical role in support of the response.  The EOC is a facility from which the multiple agencies or organizations involved are coordinated.

6 EOCs at UNM and UNMH  Two different locations  Two different sets of personnel  Two different purposes, goals and objectives  Same training requirements  Work very closely together  Exercise together  Serve as backups for one another

7 EOC Director OperationsLogisticsPlanning Finance / Admin Liaison Public Information Safety Main Campus & HSC Administration UCAM HSC Communications UCAM VP Research Office President’s Office Safety and Risk Services UNM PDPhysical PlantPresident’s Office Legal VP Institutional Support Services Financial Services Div. HSC Finance & Admin UNM EOC General Staff

8 EOC DIRECTOR Public Information Officer Liaison Officer Safety OfficerSecurity Officer OPERATIONS Section Chief PLANNING Section Chief Finance Admin Section Chief LOGISTICS Section Chief

9 Activations  JOINT  September 11, 2001  H1N1 Fall, 2009  Emcore Shooting, 7/12/10  Helicopter Crash, 4/9/14  UNM  Water discoloration, 4/20/10  Biomedical Research Facility Fire, 5/5/10  UNMH  White Powder, Taft Middle School, 2/2/9  Various multi-passenger vehicle crashes

10 The “bigger” picture NIMSICS

11 Communication Lines  Formal  Informal  Internal  External  Daily  Incident / Event - specific

12 IT Roles  Infrastructure  Education  Research  Business  Medical Records  Libraries  Situational Awareness  Trending  Internet  Media  Social Media  Emergency Communications  Telephones / VOIP / IP based radios  eSponder Express  LoboAlerts  Rave Guardian

13 Decision Making Process  Incident Occurs  Will it affect our safety, security or ability to continue our services?  Team brought together to gain situational awareness  Incident Commander / EOC Director is responsible for everything, up until they deploy additional resources

14 Scenario  Active Shooter?  Zombie Apocalypse?  Helicopter Crash?  Fire?  Bomb Threat?  Civil Disruption?

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17 Resources  FEMA Training   NMDHSEM   IAEM Universities & Colleges Caucus  caucuses/universities-colleges&lvl=2  Readiness & Emerg Mgmt for Schools   Disaster Resilient Universities 

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19 Byron Piatt, MPA, CEM UNM Emergency Manager (505) emanage unm.edu


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