This is the table of contents for our All-Hazard EOP template. Contents for functional annexes follow the Basic Plan Contents.

BASIC PLAN CONTENTS

Page

Executive Summary

6



1. Purpose

7



2. Situation & Assumptions

7

Situation

7

Potential Hazards

8

Critical Resource Dependencies on Other Jurisdictions

10

Characteristics and Policies of the EOP Jurisdiction That May Affect Response and How

11

Assumptions

12



3. Concept of Operations

13

Overall Plan Priorities

13

How the County/City Will Handle Emergencies

14

Typical Sequence of Emergency Activities

15

Graduated Response Approach

16

Emergency Action Levels

17

Examples of Emergency Action Levels

18



4. Organization and Assignment of Responsibilities

19

Organization for Responding to and Managing Emergencies

19

Responsibilities

21

Operational Functions

22

Description of Annexes to the Basic Plan

23



5. General Policies

26

Guidance for AllEmergency Responders & Coordinators

26



6. Administration and Logistics

27

Records & Reports

27

Reassigning Public Employees & Soliciting Volunteers

28



7. Plan Development and Maintenance

29

Emergency Operations PlanStructure

29

ResponsibilitiesPlan Development & Maintenance

31



8. Authorities and References

32

Authorities

32

Legal Basis for Emergency Management

33

References

35




Basic Plan Tabs

Tab A, Reference Maps (Available at the jurisdiction’s Emergency Operations Center)
Tab B, Existing Mutual Aid Agreements
Tab C, Log of Actions Taken Instructions & Form
Tab D, Responsibilities
Tab E, Glossary of Terms & Acronyms
Tab F, Equivalent ESF’s

Annexes & Annex Tabs

Annex A, Direction & Control (Checklist)

Tab A, Relocation to the Alternate Emergency Operations Center
Tab B, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab C, Jurisdiction Authority for Initial Response
Tab D, Confidential Emergency Notifications
Tab E, Activation, Emergency Operations Center
Tab F, Shift Schedule, Emergency Operations Center
Tab G, Declaration (sample), Disaster/Emergency
Tab H, Typical Incident Site
Tab I, Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT)
Tab J, Floods & Dam Failure
Tab K, High Winds, Tornado
Tab L, Hurricane
Tab M, Earthquake
Tab N, Terrorism
Tab O, Fire, Forest Fire & Range
Tab P, Nuclear Attack
Tab Q, Telephone Numbers, Critical
Tab R, Electrical Power Procedure, Emergency, EOC
Tab S, Survey Plan, Aerial & Ground
Tab T, After Action Report Format

Annex B, Communications & Warning  (checklist)

Tab A, Ham Radio Operators, Gov’t Reps, Public Network Providers, Cellular Providers
Tab B, Actual Broadcast Announcer Scripts
Tab C, Warning Centers (Contents)
Tab D, Warning Systems Responsibilities
Tab E, Communications
Tab F, Communications Networks, Diagrams
Tab G, Radio Frequencies (Confidential), Mobile Radio Agencies & Companies
Tab H, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab i, Emergency Alert System
Tab J, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab K, Flooding & Dam Failure, Contents
Tab L, High Winds & Tornado Warnings
Tab M, Terrorism
Tab N, Hurricane
Tab O, Nuclear Warning Considerations & Considerations

Annex C, Emergency Public Information  (checklist)

Tab A, Emergency Public Information Coordination Diagram
Tab B, Resources: Radio, TV Stations, Newspapers
Tab C, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab D, Floods & Dam Failure
Tab E, High Winds & Tornadoes
Tab F, Earthquakes
Tab G, Terrorism
Tab H, Hurricane
Tab I, Nuclear Attack
Tab J, Public Announcement Scripts, FEMA

Annex D, Law Enforcement (checklist)

Tab A, Access Control
Tab B, Resources Summary & Index
Tab C, Resource Contact Information
Tab D, Terrorism
Tab E, Hurricane

Annex E, Fire & Rescue (checklist)

Tab A, Resources Summary & Index
Tab B, Resource Contact Information
Tab C, Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT), Resources
Tab D, Floods & Dam Failure, Winter Storms, Hurricane
Tab E, High Winds & Tornadoes
Tab F, Earthquake
Tab G, Terrorism
Tab H, (to be developed for local situation)

Annex F, Health & Medical  (checklist)

Tab A, Coordination
Tab B, Responsibilities, Including Supporting Agencies
Tab C, Augmentation Personnel
Tab D, Supplies & Equipment, Resources & Services, Prearranged Sources
Tab E, Transportation of Medical Supplies, Personnel & Equipment, Arrangements Made for
Tab F, Hospitals and Clinics, Pharmacies, Nursing Homes
Tab G, Hazardous Materials (also Terrorism)
Tab H, Flooding & Dam Failure, Hurricane
Tab i, Medical Response Teams, Prearranged
Tab J, Telephone Directory
Tab M, Nuclear Attack
Tab N, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab O, Resource Summary, Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Tab P, Resources Contact Info (EMS)

Annex G, Public Works (checklist)

Tab A, Resources Summary: Manpower, Vehicles, Fuel, Equipment, Communications
Tab B, Resource Contact Information (Confidential)
Tab C, Hazardous Materials
Tab D, Floods & Dam Failure, Hurricane
Tab E, High Winds
Tab F, Earthquakes
Tab G, Terrorism
Tab H, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab I, Nuclear Attack, Shelter Upgrading Plan
Tab J, Priorities During Evacuations
Tab K, Response Plan to Damage Assessment
Tab L, Damage Assessment and Estimate Report

Annex H, Transportation & Resources (checklist)

Tab A, Evaluation of Requests Against Known Supplies Procedure
Tab B, Priorities
Tab C, Organization, Expandable, Resources Support, Detailed Responsibilities
Tab D, Resources, Transportation, Personnel Evacuation
Tab E, Resources: Food, Supplies & Fuel
Tab F, Records & Reports
Tab G, Reassigning Public Employees, Soliciting Volunteers and Hiring
Tab H, Hazardous Material Supply Items, Sources of
Tab I, Flood Fighting Equipment, Supplies, Sources; Hurricane
Tab J, Collecting Cost Data For Reimbursement To The Jurisdiction
Tab K, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab L, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab M, Terrorism
Tab N, Nuclear Attack, Sources
Tab O, Augmentation Call Down List, Resources Support
Tab P, State Disaster Assistance Program, Local Government Handbook

Annex i, (to be developed for local situation) (checklist)

Tab A, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab B, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab C, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab D, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab E, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab F, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab G, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab H, (to be developed for local situation)

Annex J, Evacuation  (checklist)

Tab A, Evacuation Planning: Example, Planning Tables, Essential Equipment
Tab B, Hazardous Material Emergencies, Evacuation During
Tab C, Floods & Dam Failure
Tab D, High Winds & Tornadoes
Tab E, Earthquake
Tab F, Hurricane
Tab G, Terrorism
Tab H, Wide Area/Nuclear Attack Evacuation Plan

Annex K, Reception & Mass Care (checklist)

Tab A, Information Coordination
Tab B, Selecting Mass Care Facilities
Tab C, Distribution of Residents & Evacuees to Shelters & Mass Care
Tab D, Interjurisdictional Relationships
Tab E, Records & Reports
Tab F, Providing Mass Care Services for Special Needs Populations
Tab G, Congregate Care Facilities
Tab H, Animal Housing Facilities: Pets, Agricultural Animals
Tab I, Long -Term Post-Disaster Services
Tab J, Hazardous Materials
Tab K, Floods & Dam Failure
Tab L, High Winds & Tornadoes
Tab M, Earthquake
Tab N, Hurricane, Facilities That Meet Safety Requirements
Tab O, Terrorism
Tab P, Nuclear Attack
Tab Q, Fallout Shelters
Tab R, Sources of Staff, Congregate Care Facilities

Annex L, (to be developed for local situation) (checklist)

Tab A, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab B, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab C, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab D, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab E, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab F, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab G, (to be developed for local situation)
Tab H, (to be developed for local situation)

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