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1 City and County of San Francisco Emergency Operations Plan Refer to Field Operations Guide, Chapter 1 NERT College Disaster Operations

2 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP2 Field Operations Guide Field Operations Guide or FOG Is NERT’s guide for disaster operations You will see references to it throughout the training

3 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP33 CCSF-Emergency Operations Plan Who designed the plan? What is in the plan? Where is the plan found? Web site:

4 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP44 The Plan SEMS/NIMS Response policies Detailed steps for city officials Coordinated responses A basic in-depth guide

5 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP55 San Francisco’s Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) The Mayor –The Mayor assumes command of the City in a disaster and may report directly to the Department of Emergency Management Division of Emergency Service (DEM) or may remain at City Hall. Dept. Emergency Management (DEM) –Site of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) which is located at 1011 Turk Street. –All City department heads and representatives from the major utilities respond to the EOC.

6 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP66 The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) The City’s Command Center during a disaster. The EOC is the dedicated site for disaster management for the City and County of San Francisco (CCSF). Houses the Auxiliary Communications Center base station (ACC).

7 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP77 SEMS Definition Emergency Operations Center A location from which centralized emergency management can be performed. EOCs provide overall centralized coordination to assure there is an effective response.

8 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP88 Definition #2 Emergency Operations Center A location where uncomfortable officials meet in unfamiliar surroundings to play unaccustomed roles making unpopular decisions based on insufficient information in much too little time. Art Botterell

9 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP99 Emergency District Coordinating Centers (EDCC) formerly ERDs 9 Battalion Districts The Presidio (GGNRA) The San Francisco Airport Treasure Island, Station 48 Located at or near SFFD Battalion Stations HAM communications with the EOC HAM communications with NERT staging areas Battalion Chief is in charge of the EDCC

10 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP10 Response Levels Level 0 – daily operations Level 1 – affects small area, little disruption Level 2 – affects large part of entire city Level 3 – regional event

11 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP11 The EOP as It Relates to NERT Training Earthquake - Yes Fire - No Civil Disturbance - No Terrorism - Slim Possibility Weather - Possibility

12 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP12 The EOP and NERT Is NERT mentioned in the EOP? How does NERT fit in? –an essential element of the CCSF public awareness and education program –key element at the neighborhood level –assist CCSF responders and report to the EDCC –may be first on scene to conduct initial search, rescue and first aid –self-deploy to established staging areas, reporting to SFFD

13 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP13 Exercise In YOUR neighborhood, what significant infrastructure failure would require a level 2 response? 13

14 April 2008NERT Disaster Operations #1-EOP14 Thank You We would like to thank those who contributed to this presentation: –the SF Fire Department –the Department of Emergency Management –NERT volunteers


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