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1 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Municipal Emergency Management Integrating Emergency Management Partners, Activities and Resources UBCM - Victoria, B.C. October 24, 2006

2 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Presentation Overview Emergency Management Framework – EM 101 An integrated Emergency Management Operating System Discussion

3 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Emergency Management Framework Hazards – Natural – Human Induced Groupings/Organizations – Types of Agencies – Groupings Functions Coordinating Activities Resources

4 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination The “All Hazards” Approach SAFETY SECURITY Biological Human Animal Plant Meteorological/ Elemental Drought Flood/Storm Surge/Tsunami Ice/Snow Fire Wind-Tornado/Hurricane Geological Earthquake Landslide Avalanche Resulting from: Acts of God / Mother Nature Non-intentional Energy Finance Information/ Communication Agriculture Health Environment Transport Public safety/ security Government operations Resulting from: Human Error System Failure Intentional Energy Finance Information/ Communication Agriculture Health Environment Transport Public safety/ security Government operations Resulting from: Civil unrest Terrorism International Tension Criminal Acts War I. Natural HazardsII. Human Induced Hazards

5 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Emergency Management Agencies Subject Matter Agency The organization assigned by legislation, regulation, policy or a plan to lead in the emergency management of a specific hazard; Coordinating Agency The organization assigned by legislation, regulation, policy or a plan to coordinate the efforts of different orders of government, supporting/logistic agencies and other emergency management partners to coordinate requests from the lead agency to deal with the direct affects of the specific hazard, while dealing with the indirect results of the specific hazard; Supporting/ Logistics Agency Organization(s) assigned by legislation, regulation, policy or a plan to assist in the emergency management of a specific hazard;

6 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Partners in Emergency Management Security Finance IT Agriculture Health Transportation Environment Energy Infrastructure Et Cetera SUBJECT MATTER AND SUPPORTING/LOGISTICS AGENCIES CITIZENS/OCCUPATION EMPLOYEES FIRST RESPONDERSFEDERALPROVINCIAL/STATEMUNICIPAL/FIRST NATIONSINTERNATIONALCOUNTY/REGION/DISTRICT Industry Facilities, Corporate HQ, Associations Non- Government Organizations (NGOs) Government Leadership & Coordination Emergency Management Organizations

7 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Functions of Emergency Management Mitigation/ Prevention Attempting to maintain a normal state of life by removing/minimizing the items at risk from the effects of hazard(s), or by reducing the effects of the hazard(s) on the items at risk, with an aim to prevent or reduce a disaster impact when it occurs; e.g. building fireguards, river dikes, security measures, legislating building codes. PreparednessRecognizing that perfect mitigation is impossible, building capability to effectively and rapidly respond when items at risk are about to be or are affected by hazards. It includes the planning, exercising and education necessary to achieve a state of readiness for incidents, disasters and major emergencies; e.g plans, simulation exercises, equipment stockpiles ResponseExecuting the capability to minimize the losses to items at risk (with an emphasis to prevention of injury/loss of life) when they are effected by hazards. RecoveryReturning the effected organization/group to a state of normal life, after it has been effected by a hazard. Commences ASAP during Response and runs concurrently.

8 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Emergency Management Activities Intelligence Public/Private Sector Coordination Governance Program Management Training/Education Communications Support of Public Technical Support Support of Government Liaison Officers Administration Governance/ Program Management Operations Plans Logistics Finance

9 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Standard Resources Personnel Equipment Supplies Infrastructure Information Communications Technology (***) Finances Publications/Records/Documents

10 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Integration of the Framework of Emergency Management Function Grouping MitigationPreparednessResponseRecovery International National Provincial/State Municipal Citizen Human Induced - Intentional Human Induced - Non- Intentional Natural - Meteorological Natural - Biological Governance Operations Intelligence Plans Logistics Public/Private Coordination Communications Finance Administration Training Natural - Geological Personnel Equipment Supplies Infrastructure Information Communications Technology Finances Publications/Records/ Documents

11 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Integration of the Framework of Emergency Management Function Grouping MitigationPreparednessResponseRecovery International National Provincial/State Municipal Citizen Human Induced - Intentional Human Induced - Non- Intentional Natural - Meteorological Natural - Biological Governance Operations Intelligence Plans Logistics Public/Private Coordination Communications Finance Administration Training Natural - Geological Personnel Equipment Supplies Infrastructure Information Communications Technology Finances Publications/Records/ Documents Govt & Industry DOCTRINE Govt & Industry LEGISLATION Govt & Industry REGULATIONS, OC, MC Govt & Industry PLANS Govt & Industry PROCEDURES Govt & Industry STANDARDS Govt & Industry GUIDELINES, RECOMMENDED PRACTICES

12 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Presentation Overview Emergency Management Framework – EM 101 An integrated Emergency Management Operating System Discussion

13 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Emergency Management Philosophy Visit here first.... before going up the creek!

14 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Emergency Management Coordination Industry Partnership Associations Regional Committees & Non Government Agencies Coordinating Agencies Municipality/ First Nation Provincial/State Operations Centre Corporate HQ EOC Federal EOC Facility EOC Subject Matter/Lead Agencies Provincial Agencies EOC Federal Agencies EOC First Responders/StaffResponders/Employees Responders/Staff Municipal Agencies EOC Regional HQ EOC Regional Operations Centre Regional Agencies EOC Citizens

15 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Emergency Management Operating System Interactive Voice Response System (For EM Staff) GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM Display/Interactiv e Layer System Planning and Response Algorithms Vital Records Web-Based Operations Log (E-Team) Spatial and Tabular Databases (Classified & Unclassified) Real Time Automated Personnel/Vehicle/Asset Locating System Emergency Management Operating System (Secure but Sharable) Emergency Public Warning/Information System

16 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Presentation Overview Emergency Management Framework – EM 101 An integrated Emergency Management Operating System Discussion

17 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination Municipal Emergency Management Integrating Emergency Management Partners, Activities and Resources UBCM - Victoria, B.C. October 24, 2006

18 Dave Redman Public Safety and Security Leadership, Management and Coordination A. Overall Intent – An optimum emergency management system in my community, which respects and integrates jurisdictional responsibilities B. Limitations – Resources, Time & Space C. HazardsD. Partners E. Tasks – Given Develop an Integrated and Coordinated Optimum Public Safety System which incorporates the four EM functions Ensure they are “evergreen” F. Tasks – Implied Governance Operations Plans Intelligence Logistics Public/Private Sector Coordination Communications Finance Administration Training G. AssumptionsH. Restrictions I. Working GroupsJ. Timeline Mission Analysis Mitigation Preparedness Response Recovery


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