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State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 1 EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 6 - MASS CARE “Training for incoming EMAC/Mutual Aid personnel” A Self Study.

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1 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 1 EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 6 - MASS CARE “Training for incoming EMAC/Mutual Aid personnel” A Self Study Course

2 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 2 Course Modules  Module 1 – ESF 6 in the State Plan Module 2 – ESF 6 procedures  Module 3 – Position Task Books  Module 4 – EOC Message System

3 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 3 Module 2 ESF 6 procedures References: ESF 6 Standard Operating Guidelines (SOG) Forward SERT Guide

4 ESF 6 CEMP Annex ESF 6 SOG ESF 6 Job Aids ESF 6 Position Task Books The ESF 6 CEMP Annex describes “the framework through which a jurisdiction’s departments and agencies, the private sector, not-for-profit and voluntary organizations, and other NGOs coordinate and execute the common emergency management strategies. The actions described in the Support Annexes apply to nearly every type of emergency. Each Support Annex identifies a coordinating agency and cooperating agencies. In some instances, two departments or agencies share coordinating agency responsibilities.” Source: CPG 101 “Standard operating procedures or operating manuals are complete reference documents that provide the purpose, authorities, duration, and details for the preferred method for performing a single function or a number of interrelated functions in a uniform manner.” Source: CPG 101 “Job aids are checklists or other materials that help users perform a task.” Source: CPG 101 Position Task Books describe and identify all the basic tasks a person holding the position should be able to perform properly. Source: NIMS Qualifications Process Guide Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 101 Version Developing and maintaining State, Territorial, Tribal and Local emergency plans, November 2010, FEMA

5 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 5 Possible Florida ESF 6 EMAC/Mutual Aid locations  State Emergency Operations Center, Tallahassee  State Logistics Response Center, Orlando  Affected County Emergency Operations Center

6 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 6 State Emergency Operations Center (EOC)

7 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 7 State EOC Organization

8 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 8 State ESF 6 Organization for a catastrophic disaster You can expect to be assigned to the Resource Unit, the Situation Unit, a Mass Care Task Force, or in the field

9 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 9 Resource Unit  An ESF 6 Resource Unit Leader is designated when required and is responsible to the ESF 6 Deputy Coordinator.  The ESF 6 Resource Unit Leader monitors and updates assigned missions, orders resources and maintains the status of resources deployed to field kitchens and other locations in the disaster area.  If required, the ESF 6 Resource Unit Leader is assigned a Deputy. Resource Unit Leader Deputy Resource Unit Leader

10 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 10 Situation Unit  An ESF 6 Situation Unit Leader is designated when required and is responsible to the ESF 6 Deputy Coordinator.  The ESF 6 Situation Unit Leader is responsible for securing and displaying ESF 6 situational information.  This position prepares required reports and briefing slides as well as ensures the dissemination of information to ESF 6 support agencies and others as needed.  If required, the ESF 6 Situation Unit Leader is assigned a Deputy. Situation Unit Leader Deputy Situation Unit Leader

11 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 11 ESF 6 Support Agency representatives  American Red Cross  Salvation Army  Florida Baptists  Florida Food Banks  Education  Elder Affairs  Economic Opportunity  Veterans Affairs

12 Mass Care Task Force  Once or more Mass Care Task Forces may be established in an event  State Mass Care persons are requested under EMAC to fill Task Force Leader or Deputy Task Force Leader positions.  ICS trained persons are requested under Mutual Aid to fill Situation Reporter or Display Processor positions. State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 12

13 13 Mass Care Task Force Organization

14 Mass Care Task Force Staffing  Task Force Leader - The TF Leader is responsible to the State Mass Care Coordinator for leading the Task Force toward completion of assigned Feeding/Sheltering Plan operating priorities and goals. State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 14

15 Mass Care Task Force Staffing  Deputy Task Force Leader - A Deputy Task Force Leader is assigned for a Type 1 TF and reports to the TF Leader. The DTF Leader supervises the activities of the Display Processor, the Mass Care Planner and the Situation Reporter. State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 15

16 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 16 State Logistic Center liaisons  The State Logistics Response Center (SLRC) is located in Orlando  The SLRC houses the Logistics Operations Center and the Movement Control Center for the disaster  The ESF 6 SLRC Liaisons perform logistics and movement coordination for ESF 6. State Logistics Center Liaisons

17 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 17 State Logistics Response Center

18 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 18 ESF 6 office located on the Second floor.

19 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 19 Location of ESF 6 Room In the SLRC

20 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 20 ESF 6 Field Liaisons  ESF 6 Field Liaisons to an affected County may assist the County Mass Care Coordinator or operate as the de facto Mass Care coordinator. ESF 6 Field Liaisons

21 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 21 Module 2 Summary  ESF 6 plays a specific role at the State EOC: Coordination Reporting  You could serve: At the EOC in Tallahassee At the SLRC in Orlando At the EOC of an affected County

22 State of Florida Emergency Support Function 6 22 Go on to Module 3  Module 1 – ESF 6 in the State Plan  Module 2 – ESF 6 procedures Module 3 – Position Task Books  Module 4 – EOC Message System


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