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1 Arkansas Tech University Emergency Preparedness Program

2 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 2 Agenda Introductions and Opening Remarks Tour and Status of the Emergency Operations Center Review Campus Hazard Analysis and Emergency Operations Plan Emergency Preparedness Best Practices Emergency Operations Center Open House Dr. Rollans Dan Pearson Ed Leachman Mark Merritt Dr. Rollans

3 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 3 Emergency Administration and Management Academy (EAMA) EOC Emergency Operations Center for the University in the event of an emergency situation affecting the campus Resource integrated into the curriculum as a platform for course delivery and research Outreach to government and industry in the region for training, exercises, and alternative EOC site

4 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 4 Emergency Operations Center Status Facility Construction Complete -- A big thanks to Physical Plant Personnel, Architects, and Mr. Moseley for a job well done! EOC Functions Facility and Equipment Overview

5 Tour and Status of the Emergency Operations Center

6 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 6 Emergency Operations Center Status – Functions EOC Functions: - Direction and Control - Situation Assessment - Coordination - Priority Establishment - Resource Management

7 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 7 Emergency Operations Center Status – Facilities Overview Operations Area: Purpose: Central point of contact during an incident, data collection and status display, model and simulation creation, and resource allocation. Equipment: - Three fixed workstations - LCD projector - Television / VCR / DVD combo unit with cable access - Three fixed telephones with headsets

8 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 8 Emergency Operations Center Status – Facilities Overview Media Preparation Purpose: Area to prepare outgoing communications such as press releases and situation reports. Equipment: - Two fixed Workstations - One Multi-Function Printer - One Laser Printer - One Cordless Phone

9 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 9 Emergency Operations Center Status – Facilities Overview Entry Control / Observation Area Purpose: To control access to the EOC and provide an area to observe without interfering with operations. Equipment: - Laptop - Cordless Phone

10 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 10 Emergency Operations Center Status – Facilities Overview Conference Room Purpose: Area for support functions to meet and discuss incident preparations and resource allocation. Equipment: - 42” Plasma Display - DVD / VCR Recorder - Cordless Telephone

11 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 11 Emergency Operations Center Status – Facilities Overview Equipment Room Purpose: Area to house computer and communications equipment and cabling also contains power breaker panel for EOC with the ability to connect to a generator. Equipment: - Server - Network Switch - Wireless Access Point - Cable access points for telephone

12 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 12 Emergency Operations Center Status – Facilities Overview Incident Response Equipment - Trimble GeoXT Handheld GPS sub-meter Receiver - Two-way Radios with GPS - Two Tablet PCs - Two Convertible Tablet PCs - Four Laptops - Two USB cameras - Two USB GPS Receivers - DVD Camcorder

13 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 13 Emergency Operations Center Status – Facilities Overview The Future… - Improve existing infrastructure - VHF Radio System - IP Based Camera Security System

14 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 14 EOC Software Products and Capabilities Planning and Management –Microsoft Word –Microsoft Project –LDRPS – Disaster Recovery Planning Crisis Management/ Collaboration –eTeam –WebEOC Security/Access Control –ITRAK Geospatial/Location Based Applications Support –ESRI ArcGIS –Trimble TerraSync & Pathfinder Modeling and Simulation –Consequence Assessment Tool Set –Hurricane Tracking and Wind Damage Assessment –Storm Surge Model –Earthquake Damage Assessment –Rapid Analysis of Chemical, Biological, High Explosives, Nuclear Weapons, and Radiobiological Hazards –Manual Hazard Definition –Roadblocks –NBC High Resolution Plume Modeling –Areal Locations of Hazardous Atmospheres (ALOHA) –HAZUS MH Note: Products shown in italics are currently being acquired, all others are currently installed

15 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 15 EOC Software Product Partners ProductPartner Consequence Assessment Tool Set SAIC ALOHA EPA HAZUS MH FEMA ITRAK TCC eTeam WAL-MART WebEOC ANO/SAIC ArcGIS ESRI Trimble TerraSync & Pathfinder Trimble/NEI LDRPS Strohl Systems Microsoft Office and Project ATU School of Business

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33 Hurricane Track and Damage Assessment Dennis 2005

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39 Review Campus Hazard Analysis and Emergency Operations Plan

40 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 40 Hazard Analysis and Campus Emergency Operations Plan Dr. Brown established the ATU Emergency Preparedness Task Force in February 2005 Task Force identified over 40 Hazards to which ATU is at risk Vulnerability assessments have been conducted and the resulting risks to the university are prioritized A Hazard Analysis/ Vulnerability Assessment (HAVA) has been drafted documenting ATU’s vulnerabilities and risks for the hazards identified by the Task Force The vulnerabilities and risks in the HAVA are driving development the Emergency Operations Plan

41 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 41 Recommendations from the HAVA Use the prioritized risks from the HAVA as the basis for the campus Emergency Operations Plan Use the hazards and vulnerabilities from the HAVA as the basis for a campus hazard mitigation plan Establish a Unit Emergency Procedures standard that addresses each of the hazards for which the university is at risk Consider: –Ensuring that detailed records are kept on the damage, costs, and effects of all emergencies to aid in future planning and mitigation efforts –Assessing hazards and vulnerabilities when making space allocation decisions for University activities

42 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 42 Emergency Operations Plan Resources Summer Student Intern is developing standard templates for the plan Two Student Interns will be dedicated to EOP development activity beginning in Fall 2005 term EAM faculty is providing input and day to day oversight and coordination James Lee Witt Associates will provide guidance and feedback Emergency Preparedness Task Force will provide guidance and feedback

43 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 43 Emergency Operations Plan Strategy Use annotated outlines based on DHS/FEMA guidance and other university best practices Drive the EOP with ATU’s risks as identified in the HAVA Draft the Table of Contents, the Basic Plan, one functional annex and one hazard specific appendix for early Task Force review and approval Obtain Task Force review and concurrence on the full EOP prior to submitting it to Dr. Brown

44 July 20, 2005ATU Emergency Preparedness Program 44 Emergency Operations Plan Timeline Complete the Hazard Analysis/Vulnerability Assessment –August Complete TOC/Basic Plan/Annex review package –Oct 2005 Provide first draft for Task Force/Witt review and comments –Feb 2006 Provide final draft for Task Force/Witt review and comments –April 2006 Provide a draft recommended plan for Dr. Brown’s consideration and release –June 2006


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