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1 Whole Community Integration with 51 st Civil Support Team for Training and Exercise

2 April 29, 2014 Objectives  Introductions  Exercise requirements – 51 st Civil Support Team  Establishing Relationships  Training and Exercise Model  Successes and Challenges  The Way Forward  Questions and Answers 2

3 April 29, 2014 Introductions LTC Tim Densham  Commander, 51 st Civil Support Team (CST) Tony Garcia  Contract Program Manager, Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Training Center (EMHSTC) Carol Wolfinger  Manager, MSP/EMHSTC 3

4 April 29, 2014 Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Training Center (MSP/EMHSTC)  EMHSTC Focus  Emergency Management Training  First Responder Specialty Training  Current Project Funding  Training Day:  Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness Grant (HMEP –training topics aligns with hazmat transportation)  Exercise Day:  Bid proposal for exercise development paid by 51 st CST  Locals able to use allowable exercise grant funding for time  Constraints/Impediments 4

5 April 29, 2014 What is a CST?  A CST is a military HAZMAT team  Consists of 22 full time members in a mix of Army and Army and Air, all HAZMAT Tech certified per NFPA requirements  Team organically includes:  Radio/satellite communications truck  Mobile laboratory for presumptive analysis, includes glove box and now ISO certified  Medical team consisting of a Physician’s Assistant and Medic  Command trailer 5

6 April 29, 2014 Michigan National Guard 51 st CST Exercise and Training  CSTs are programmed to conduct 12 exercises annually  Only two of them are directed by National Guard Bureau: 1)Take part of a national level exercise 2)Conduct an exercise with multiple CSTs  Biggest training problem: COMPLACENCY!  Partial solution: each exercise has a different condition (examples): night/24 hour exercise, winter training, rural, maritime, etc.  CST needed to vary locations and partner agencies, which lead to working with the MSP/EMHSD Training Center 6

7 April 29, 2014 Establishing Relationships  Determine local/state hazmat response capabilities.  Routine training and exercise for each region in the state  Assure we have diversity in planning and response 7

8 April 29, 2014 Training and Exercise Planning  Exercise condition established by 51 st CST.  Make contacts in the region with local response agencies.  Determine host location  Local/Regional/State and Federal commitment  Private sector involvement  NGO’s  Develop exercise scenario  CBRNE  Illicit Labs  Regional/Local Response Capabilities 8

9 April 29, 2014 Training and Exercise  Determine players  Local/Regional/State/Federal  Determine level of involvement  Drill  Tabletop  Functional  Full Scale  Develop exercise plan using HSEEP Guidance 9

10 April 29, 2014 Training and Exercise Model 10 Day 1- Training Local requested classroom training Topics Include: Emergency Preparedness and Planning NIMS/NRF Overview 51st CST Tactics, Techniques and Procedures 51st CST Equipment Overview Michigan Emergency Management Plan (MEMP) Michigan Healthcare Alert Network Pertinent HazMat refresher topics First Responders Round-robin: CST asset review sampling techniques HAZMAT operations/decontamination rehearsal Incident Command Leadership TTX Day 2- Exercise Timeline Local unit responds CST requested CST deploys, sets up footprint Multiple entries made Hotwash/debrief/evaluation (After Action Report) 1600ENDEX

11 April 29, 2014 Video of Detroit Exercise – March

12 April 29, 2014 Training and Exercise  National Preparedness Goal, Core Capabilities based exercises  Environmental Response/Health and Safety  WMD/CBRNE  Haz Mat  Decon  Intelligence and Information Sharing  Search and Rescue Operations  On Scene Security and Operations  EOD Team 12

13 April 29, 2014 Training and Exercise  Operational Communications  Operational Coordination  EOC  ICS  Public and Private Services and Resources  Public Health and Medical Services  Epidemiological  Lab Testing 13

14 April 29, 2014 Training and Exercise  Risk Management  Screening Search and Detection  CBRNE Detection  Local Response  Situational Assessment  Threat and Hazard Identification 14

15 April 29, 2014 Successes and Challenges: Lessons Learned  Local/Regional Support  Schedules  Resources  Costs  Common Communication Plan  Common Operating Picture  Constraints/Impediments  Consolidated Incident Action Plan  Interoperability & Compatibility 15

16 April 29, 2014 The Way Forward  Continued Support  Financial  Private Sector/Critical Infrastructure  Local/Regional  Training needs assessment  Equipment sustainment  NIMS/HSEEP Guidance  Collaborative pre-event planning/response 16

17 QUESTIONS?

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