Population Health Along with ICS 800B

The State Coordinating Officer is:
Assigned by the FEMA Regional Administrator to expedite the delivery of needed services to a State.

The National Response Framework presents the guiding principles that:
Enable all response partners to prepare for and provide a unified national response to all incidents.

Which Incident Command System element provides a command structure to enable agencies with different legal, jurisdictional, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively on scene while maintaining their own authority, responsibility, and accountability?
Unified Command

Select the false statement from the following:
Make sure your emergency plans:
Leave leadership roles and responsibilities undefined so the plan is more flexible.

Select the FALSE statement from below:
The Framework promotes partnerships with nongovernmental and voluntary organizations which provide specialized services that help individuals with special needs.

Which organization serves as FEMA’s primary operations management center, as well as the focal point for national resource coordination?
National Response Coordination Center

Exercises should:
• Include multidisciplinary, multijurisdictional incidents.
• Include participation of private-sector and nongovernmental organizations.
•Cover aspects of preparedness plans, including activating mutual aid and assistance agreement.
• ________________
Be repeated until performance is at an acceptable level.

Incident managers begin planning for the demobilization process when:
They begin the resource mobilization process.

The National Response Framework is:
Part of the larger National Strategy for Homeland Security.

The National Incident Management System (NIMS)
Provides a proactive approach to ensuring that responders from across the country are organized, trained, and equipped in a manner that allows them to work together seamlessly.

The National Preparedness Vision, National Planning Scenarios, Universal Task List, and Target Capabilities List are the four critical elements comprising the _______.
National Preparedness Guidelines

Planning across the full range of homeland security operations is:
An inherent responsibility of every level of government.

If an incident grows beyond the capability of a local jurisdiction, then:
The State activates its emergency plan, provides needed resources, and requests assistance from other States using existing mutual aid agreements.

This structure is the physical location at which the coordination of information and resources to support incident management (on-scene operations) activities normally takes place.
Emergency Operations Center

When developing protocols that promote situational awareness, priority should be given to:
• Providing the right information at the right time.
• Improving and integrating national reporting.
• ___________________________________
Standardizing reports.

Operating under the directions of the FEMA Regional Administrator, Regional Response Coordination Centers (RROCs) coordinate Federal regional response until:
The Joint Field Office (JFO) is established.

As a member of the Unified Coordination Group, the Principal Federal Official (PFO):
Promotes collaboration and works to resolve any Federal interagency conflict that may arise.

Who is the principal Federal official for domestic incident management?
Secretary of Homeland Security

Whose duties include operation of the National Response Coordination Center, the effective support of all Emergency Support Functions, and, more generally, preparation for, protection against, response to, and recovery from all-hazards incidents?
Secretary of Homeland Security

A basic premise of the National Response Framework is that:
Incidents should be managed at the lowest jurisdictional level possible.

The National Planning Framework is one framework for Five preparedness they are______
National Prevention Framework
National Response Framework
National Mitigation Framework
National Protection Framework
National Disaster Recovery Framework

Under the National Prevention Framework capabilities include
Information Sharing and warning
Domestic Counter terrorism
Preventing the acquisition or use of weapons of mass destruction

Under the National Protection Framework capabilities include___
Intelligence and Information Sharing
Interdiction and Disruption
Screening, Search, and Detection
Access Control and Identity Verification
Physical Protective Measures
Risk Management for Protection Programs and Activities
Supply Chain Integrity and Security

Under the National Mitigation Framework capabilities include___
Community-wide risk reduction projects
Efforts to improve the resilience of critical infrastructure and key resource lifelines
Risk reduction for specific vulnerabilities from Natural hazards or acts of terrorism
Initiatives to reduce future risks after a disaster has occurred

Under the National Response Framework capabilities include ___
Save and sustain lives
Meet basic human needs
Reduce the loss of property
Reduce the effect on critical infrastructure
Reduce the effect environment

Under the National Response Framework what are some of the response activities that the DOD can handle?
Patient Movement with the National Guard
Mortuary affairs

Under the National Disaster Recovery Framework capabilities include______
Restoration of interrupted utility services

Reestablishment of transportation routes

Reestablishment of healthcare

Provision of food and shelter to displaced persons

True or False Under the principles of planning the planning must be community-based, representing the whole community and its needs

Steps of the Planning Process
Form a collaborative Planning Team
Understand the Situation
Determine the Goal and Objectives
Plan Development
Plan Preparation, Review and Approval
Plan Refinement and Execution

What mandates the National Incident Management System NIMS?
The Presidential Directives:
HSPD-5 Management of Domestic Incidents
PPD-8 National Preparedness

What are some of the components of NIMS and the ICS
Communications and Information Management
Resource Management
Command and Management
Ongoing Management and Maintenance

National Incident Management Command Staff the three members___
Public Information Officer
Liaison Officer
Safety Officer

National Incident Management NIMS general Staff include 4 members they are?
Operation Section Chief
Planning Section Chief
Logistice Section Chief
Finance/ Admin Section Chief

Explain the purpose of the Liaison Officer?
Works with outside companies. The example she used in class was interacting the Lowes for materials

What is the document that covers the management of Domestic Incidents?

What is the Document that covers National Preparedness?

Explain the concept of Unity of Command—–
Under the Unity of Command personnel report to one supervisor and receive work assignments only from their supervisor

Explain the Incident Commander’s Role?
Manages the incident at the scene
Keeps the EOC informed on all matters pertaining to the incident
Primary person in charge

Explain the role of the Agency Executives /Senior Official’s Role?
These officials provide the following to the Incident Commander
strategic direction authority

This person looks at what is best for the area. Set policy is the big term

Incident command is on scene the Emergency Operation Center is where?
The EOC may or may not be on scene. The Emergency Operators are at the EOC

Formal Communication is used when
Receiving and Giving work assignments
Requesting support or additional resources
Reporting progress of assigned tasks

Usually Written- needs documentation

Informal Communication is used when
Is used to exchange incident or event information only.

Incident command organization structure is based on
Size and type and complexity of the incident
Specifics of the Hazard
Incident planning process and incident objectives

ICS span of control is
3-7 subordinates
Optimal is five

Review Question: Who serves as the contact for representatives of other governmental and non-governmental organizations?
Liaison Officer

Review Question: This section chief is responsible for all support requirements needed to facilitate effective and efficient incident management, including ordering resources from off-incident locations
Logistics Section Chief

Review Question This person monitors operation and advises incident commander on all matters relating to the health and the safety of the emergency responder personnel?
Safety Officer

Review Question This person the the Chief of an section. They manage the tactical operations at the incident?
Operation Section Chief

Review Question This person may or may not be at the scene. They coordinate closely with the Joint Information center
Public Information Officer

Review Question This person is in charge of a section the collects situation and resources status information evaluates it, and processes the information for use in developing action plans?
Planning Section Chief

Two Supervisors have been dispatched with resources (personnel and equipment) to evacuate homes within the potential hazard zone.
One Supervisor has responsibility for the east side of the community and the other has responsibility for the west side.

What type of ICS organizational structure is being described?


HazMat specialists, sanitation workers, and disposal equipment are grouped together, under the direct supervision of a Leader, to handle the removal of hazardous waste.
What type of ICS organizational structure is being described?
Task Force

As incident objectives and resources expand, the Operations Section Chief begins organizing resources into functional areas that are managed by a Supervisor.
On the organizational chart, the title of each component would be a _________________.

As the operation expands even further, the Operations Section Chief appoints a Director to manage the Groups.
On the organizational chart, the title of the organizational component managed by a Director would be called the Emergency Services _________________.

What is the ICS term used to describe the Emergency Medical Technician?
Single Resource

What is the supervisors title for each organizational element shown?

Investigation Branch
Perimeter Security Strike Team
Accident Reconstruction Group

Investigation Branch Director

Perimeter Security Strike Team Leader

Accident Reconstruction Group Supervisor

______is an Incident Management System (IMS) that can be used by any healthcare organization to manage threats, planned events, or emergency incidents.

Characteristics of HICS
Is a model for hospital emergency management systems – both nationally and internationally
Can be used in both emergent and non-emergent incidents and events
Lends itself to manage non-emergency incidents or events such as
Assigns positions only as determined by the scope and magnitude of the incident

True or False HICS is not the EOP
True HICS is the system management tool

True or False A basic premise of the Framework is that incidents are generally handled at the lowest jurisdictional level possible

Key Principles in Unified Command
Is a collective, strategic approach.
Enables different agencies and jurisdictions to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively.
Uses joint priorities and resource allocation.
Relies on a single plan and set of objectives.

_________This is A forward-leaning posture is imperative for incidents that have the potential to expand rapidly in size, scope, or complexity, and for no-notice incidents.
Once response activities have begun, on-scene actions are based on NIMS principles. An effective national response relies on disciplined processes, procedures, and systems
Readiness to Act

Who belongs in the National Response Framework?
Emergency Support Function Annexes
group Federal resources and capabilities into functional areas that are most frequently needed in a national response (e.g., Transportation, Firefighting, Search and Rescue).

Support Annexes
describe essential supporting aspects that are common to all incidents (e.g., Financial Management, Volunteer and Donations Management, Private-Sector Coordination).

Incident Annexes
address the unique aspects of how we respond to seven broad incident categories (e.g., Biological, Nuclear/Radiological, Cyber, Mass Evacuation).

Partner Guides
provide ready references describing key roles and actions for local, tribal, State, Federal, and private-sector response partners.
These documents are available at the NRF Resource Center, http://www.fema.gov/NRF.

Homeland Security encompasses
a federal, state, local, and tribal government and private sector approach that requires coordination;
can involve securing against and responding to both hazard specific and all-hazards threats; and
activities do not imply total protection or complete threat reduction.

HSPD-5 Manages Domestic Incidents it is directed under the Secretary of Homeland Security to
Develop and administer a National Incident Management System (NIMS).
Develop the National Response Framework (NRF).

What is DSCA
Support provided by U.S. Federal military forces, DoD civilians, DoD contract personnel, DoD Component assets, and National Guard forces (when the Secretary of Defense, in coordination with the Governors of the affected States, elects and requests to use those forces in Title 32, U.S.C., status) in response to requests for assistance from civil authorities for domestic emergencies, law enforcement support, and other domestic activities, or from qualifying entities for special events.

What does DSCA stand for?
Defense Support of Civil Authorities

PPD-8 is in charge of National Preparedness it is aimed at
Aimed at strengthening the security and resilience of the United States through systematic preparation for the threats that pose the greatest risk to the security of the Nation

Directs the development of a national preparedness goal that identifies the core capabilities necessary for preparedness and a national preparedness system

What is the NIMS overview?
What ? . . . NIMS provides a consistent nationwide template . . .
Who? . . . to enable Federal, State, tribal, and local governments, the private sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work together . . .
How? . . . to prepare for, prevent, respond to, recover from, and mitigate the effects of incidents regardless of cause, size, location, or complexity . . .
Why? . . . in order to reduce the loss of life and property, and harm to the environment.

NIMS is not
an operational incident management or resource allocation plan.

What is THIRA

This is a Federally coordinated medical response augmentation for State and local authorities
Supports DOD and DVA in caring for casualties evacuated back to the U.S. from overseas armed conflicts.
NDMS National Disaster Medical System

What are the components of NDMS National Disaster Medical System?
medical response
patient movement
definitive care

A DMAT or Disaster Medical Assistance Teams are appr 55 teams they are responsible for
High-quality medical care in austere conditions
Preparing patients for evacuation

What are some of the things in the Strategic National Stockpile Formulary?
Biological Threat Agents
pandemic influenza

Who is watching Infectious Disease Threat surveillance?
CDC – monitors >30 threats per day
ECDC – Collects, analyzes, and disseminates EU and EEA data
WHO – Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN)
OIE – Intergovernmental agency to monitor and control zoonoses

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