Presentation on theme: "California Emergency Management Agency State Emergency Plan Briefing Emergency Partnership Advisory Workgroup Meeting April 16, 2009."— Presentation transcript:
California Emergency Management Agency State Emergency Plan Briefing Emergency Partnership Advisory Workgroup Meeting April 16, 2009
Topics State Emergency Plan Update California Emergency Functions Proposed EPAW Subcommittee Restructure
State Emergency Plan Revision Final Phase of Editing Apr 15: CEC Action Apr 16: Request for Governor’s Approval May 15: Order Hardcopies and CDs Jun 15: Distribution Begins Jun 30: SEP Project Complete
EF 1: Transportation Description: Assists in the management of: –Transportation systems –Transportation Infrastructure Lead: Business, Transportation and Housing Agency Federal ESF: ESF #1 – Transportation
EF 2: Communications Description: Provides resources, support and restoration of: –Emergency Telecommunications –Including voice and data. Lead: State and Consumer Services Agency / Office of the Chief Information Officer Federal ESF: ESF #2 – Communications
EF 3: Construction and Engineering Description: Organizes capabilities and resources to facilitate: –The delivery of services –Technical assistance –Engineering expertise –Construction management, and –Other support to local jurisdictions. Lead: State and Consumer Services Agency Federal ESF: ESF #3 – Public Works and Engineering
EF 4: Fire and Rescue Description: Monitors and coordinates fire mutual aid activities related to: –Detection and suppression of urban, rural and wildland fires –Emergency incident scene rescue activities –Personnel, equipment and supplies to support local jurisdictions. Lead: California Emergency Management Agency Federal ESF: ESF #4 Firefighting
EF 5: Management Description: Responsible for: –Overall emergency management policy –Coordinating the joint efforts of governmental agencies and private organizations. Lead: California Emergency Management Agency Federal ESF: ESF #5 – Emergency Management
EF 6: Care and Shelter Description: Coordinates with responsible jurisdictions to meet victim needs including: –Food assistance –Clothing –Care and sheltering –Family reunification –Victim recovery. Lead: Health and Human Services Agency Federal ESF: ESF #6 – Mass Care, Emergency Assistance, Housing and Human Services
EF 7: Resources Description: Coordinates plans and activities to: –Locate –procure and –Pre-position resources. Lead: State and Consumer Services Agency Federal ESF: ESF #7 – Logistics Management and Resource Support
EF 8: Public Health and Medical Description: Provides coordinated and supplemental: –Public health and medical assistance to meet individual needs. Lead: Health and Human Services Agency Federal ESF: ESF #8 – Public Health and Medical Services
EF 9: Search and Rescue Description: Coordinates and Supports: –Search and Rescue of missing, lost or trapped persons, including victims of structure collapse. construction cave-ins, trench or confined spaces. –High angle rock rope rescues. –Water rescues. –Search for missing and downed aircraft. –investigations of missing person incidents that may involve criminal acts and water rescues. Lead: California Emergency Management Agency (Joint Fire and Law Enforcement) Federal ESF: ESF #9 – Search and Rescue
EF 10: Hazardous Materials Description: Coordinates with responsible jurisdictions to: –Prepare for, prevent, minimize, assess and mitigate –Respond to and recover from the impacts of hazardous materials releases. Lead: California Environmental Protection Agency Federal ESF: ESF #10 – Oil and Hazardous Materials Response
EF 11: Food and Agriculture Description: Supports the responsible jurisdictions and coordinates activities impacting: –The agriculture and food industry –The recovery of industries and resources. Lead: Department of Food and Agriculture Federal ESF: ESF #11– Agriculture and Natural Resources
EF 12: Utilities Description: Provides resources and support to responsible jurisdictions and the private sector to restore: –Gas –Electric –Water –Wastewater and –Telecommunications. Lead: Resources Agency Federal ESF: ESF #12 – Energy
EF 13: Law Enforcement Description: Coordinates state law enforcement personnel and equipment to support: –Law enforcement agencies –Coroner activities –Public safety Lead: California Emergency Management Agency Federal ESF: ESF #13 – Public Safety and Security
EF 14: Long-Term Recovery Description: Supports and enables: –Community recovery –Economic recovery Co-Leads: –State and Consumer Services Agency –Business, Transportation and Housing Agency Federal ESF: ESF #14 – Long-Term Community Recovery
EF 15: Public Information Description: Supports the accurate, coordinated, timely and accessible information to affected audiences, including: –Governments –Media –Private sector –Local populace –People with special needs. Lead: California Emergency Management Agency Federal ESF: ESF #15 – External Affairs
EF 16: Evacuation Description: Supports responsible jurisdictions in the safe evacuation of: –Persons –Domestic animals –Livestock Lead: Business, Transportation and Housing Agency Federal ESF: N/A
EF 17: Volunteer and Donations Management Description: Supports responsible jurisdictions in ensuring the most efficient and effective use of: –Affiliated and unaffiliated volunteers –Organizations –Monetary and in-kind donated resources Lead: California Volunteers Federal ESF: N/A
Emergency Function Benefits Promotes and facilitates: –Collaboration among entities with similar responsibilities –Enhanced interagency emergency planning –Integration of emergency management activities –Knowledge sharing, learning and consensus –Formation of MAC groups –Development of mutual assistance agreements.
Near-Term Goals Identify and engage stakeholders. Form a working group to conduct planning activities. Clarify authorities, roles and responsibilities. Identify capabilities and resources of member agencies. Develop a functional annex to the State Emergency Plan. Include a concept of operations. Train and exercise using plans and procedures.
Long-Term Goals Develop detailed operating procedures. Incorporate policies for MAC group usage. Establish communications protocols. Type resources and develop resource directory. Utilize the EF during emergencies where appropriate. Develop after-action reports and implement corrective actions. Revise the functional annex as appropriate. Maintain and improve over time.
Timetable 6 months: –Mission, vision, goals, scope –Authorities –Governance structure 12 months: –Resource typing –Operational activities for all four phases of Emergency 18 months: –Resource directory –Maintenance system 24 months: –Draft annex to the State Emergency Plan.
Questions Mark R. Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org 916-845-8796