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FRANKLIN COUNTY EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special.

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1 FRANKLIN COUNTY EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society1

2 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society2 Agency Brief Agency Authority Agency Functions Agency Joint Emergency Operations Center JEOC Emergency Partners Franklin County Risks Follow FCEM&HS on Twitter

3 FCEM&HS Emergency Management Authority Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security (FCEM&HS) is authorized under Chapter 5502 of the Ohio Revised Code and organized under the 1988 Countywide Agreement to coordinate countywide all- hazards emergency management and disaster preparedness functions for the 42 local government jurisdictions of Franklin County. 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society3

4 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society4 FCEM&HS Functions Staffing of all-hazards Franklin County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) for coordination, planning, response and recovery Administration of emergency management and homeland security grant funding Hazard mitigation and homeland security planning Disaster recovery coordination and support Operation of public notification and warning systems Coordination of emergency management and homeland security trainings and exercises Public information and education efforts

5 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society5 Purposes of the Franklin County JEOC Coordination and support for incident response -- tornadoes, floods, terror attacks, other large incidents Information collection, evaluation and display -- for situational awareness & common operational picture Short and long-term planning Efficient resource management Effective communications Establishment of clear priorities Coordination and recovery operations (damage assessments, etc.)

6 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society6 Provide support for Incident Commanders Bring together local jurisdiction emergency partners to coordinate the community's disaster response and recovery efforts Provide for a unified, synergistic approach to disaster response and recovery Foster non-political cooperation among all local jurisdictions and contiguous counties Under state law, is the link for Franklin County jurisdictions to state and federal resources Franklin County JEOC Concept of Operations

7 FCEM&HS Emergency Incident Local Response Request Local Resources & Capabilities Exhausted Ohio Emergency Management Agency EOC FCEM&HS JEOC Resources & Capabilities Exhausted Request Role of FCEM&HS Franklin County JEOC Activation/Staffing Scenario: Overview 7EOC Brief to International Special Events Society6 February 2013

8 EOC Brief to International Special Events Society8 Franklin County JEOC Organization and Layout Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security uses a customized Emergency Support Function (ESF) system layout for the county EOC. Response or recovery missions involving one or more ESF agencies go to the Planning/Logistics Section for planning, then to the Operations Section for implementation.

9 Emergency Partners ESF positions are staffed by reps of incident-involved organizations, including: – Fire Departments (Fire) – Police/Sheriff Departments (LE) – County Engineer – Local health departments – COTS (Hospitals) – Medical Reserve Corps – Red Cross – Salvation Army – COTA – AEP – OSU Extension – HandsOn (Information service - Dial 211) – Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging – Franklin County Office on Aging – Franklin County Jobs and Family Services – Columbus HazMat and NAS-T – Many others involved in response/recovery 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society9

10 FCSO LE (CPD) 52 nd CST COLS HAZMAT 4 NAS-T OSUE CPH FCPH COTS MRC FIRE (CFD) EMS COTA AIRPORT MORPC ADMIN/ LNO (FC schools, 121 st ARW, OEMA) Sal Army ADAMH COAHH FCOA Hands On ARC JFS VOAD FC ENG Office Private Utilities Metro Parks SAN ENG FINANCE MESSAGE / MISSION CENTER TIME KEEPING MESSAGE / MISSION LOGGER COARES, TIC, 311 Message takers PIO ESF# 8,11 ESF# 4,9,10,13 ESF# 6 ESF# 3, 12 ESF# 5,7,14 ESF# 15 ESF# 2 AD EXTERNAL COMM. EXTERNAL COMM Multiple partners from County, City, other entities make up County EOC. For missions, ESF reps go to Planning, then to Operations. BC OPERATIONS PLANNING/ LOGISTICS PLANNING TO IMPLEMENTATION Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Time Keeping 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society10

11 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society Risk Assessment for Franklin County Top Hazards, Ranked: 1.Tornadoes10. Severe Summer Weather 2.Dam Failure11. Utility/Energy-Interruptions/Failures 3.Flooding12. Civil Disturbance 4.WMD Terrorist Incident13. Lone-wolf Terrorist Event 5.Cyber-terrorism14. Air/Water-Pollution/Contamination 6.Infectious Diseases15. Extreme Heat 7.Severe Winter Weather16. Drought 8.Hazardous Materials Incident17. Invasive Species 9.Transportation Accident – Aircraft18. Earthquakes

12 Decision Maker Education and Engagement Homeland Security Enterprise Integrated Risk Management Resource Allocation, Planning, Training, Exercises, Funding Priorities Franklin County Threat Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (THIRA) Franklin County Core Capability Assessment Franklin County Gap Analysis CapabilitiesRisk Results Decision Maker Review & Updates Resource Allocation, Planning, Training, Exercises, Funding Priorities CapabilitiesRisk Results Gaps 126 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society

13 How Can You Become Better Informed? Follow FCEM&HS on or 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society13

14 QUESTIONS / DISCUSSION Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security 6 February 2013EOC Brief to International Special Events Society14


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