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1 EOC SimCell TM Proven System Staffed by Local Emergency Responders Reusable Realistic exercise experience for the EOC
2 Simulation Cell A Simulation Cell is a roomful of people who play the roles of various organizations involved in emergency response and support.
3 EOC Staff Resource Coordination SimCell Updates & Follow-ups How the EOC SimCell TM Works Resource Deliveries Resource Control Mat Incident Controller Resource/ Info Requests Other Controllers
4 Resource Cards Simulate the Physical Movement of Resources Easily Modified Simulate the Actual Resource Situation in Any Jurisdiction Based on the Resource Typing System in NIMS
5 Control Mats Durable Canvas Mats
6 1:35 14 th St V Yard Terror X bldg Collps M Park HazM 8&Map EOC Simcell TM Mats Resource Control Mat
7 Event Cards Controller Instructions for Reporting Events Requesting Resources Assessing Casualties
Modifying Event Cards (First National Bank building parking garage, E. Maple St. & 12 th Ave.) + :10
Adding Event Cards Read Incident Report # 2 to EOC staff + :45 Incident Report # 2
10 Incident Control Mat # 3 232 1
11 Event Card Scenario Modules Information Large-Scale Evacuations Mass Casualties Power Outage Area Damage & Debris Hazmat Collapsed Structure Crime Scene
12 Master Scenario Events List (MSEL)
13 Controllers Anyone can be a controller Easy-to-follow Control Mats Illustrated Instruction Manuals Training CD Prepare Controllers in less than an Hour Local Responders make Ideal Candidates
14 Instruction Manuals
15 Exercise Results (Consequences) The casualties and damage that result in an exercise scenario provides a measure for evaluating the performance of the EOC staff.
16 Kit Container
17 Exercise Scenario Street Map Resources Controller Area Ops Controller 12 Feet Incident Controller Area Operations Mat FAX Extra Phone Optional 30 Feet 20 Feet Radio Optional Alarm Location
18 Computer Files Included Files in Microsoft Word ® –Cards –Forms –Checklists Training CD in PowerPoint ® –35 minutes –Mat Controllers –Group or Individual Training
19 Thank You for Inquiring About EOC SimCell™ END SHOW Clark Reynolds & Co. Info: 505-465-0135 www.emergency-planning.com
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