ESF 6 Training 2014 EMAC Module 3

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EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 6 MASS CARE & EMERGENCY
ASSISTANCE
“Training for
incoming EMAC
personnel”
A Self Study
Course
State of Florida
Emergency Support Function 6
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Course Modules
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State of Florida
Emergency Support Function 6
ESF 6 in the State Plan
ESF 6 procedures
Position Task Books
EOC Message System
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Module 3
Position Task Books & Job Titles
References:
ESF 6 2014 Job Titles
ESF 6 2014 Task Books
State of Florida
Emergency Support Function 6
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ESF 6
CEMP
Annex
The ESF 6 CEMP Annex describes “the framework through which a jurisdiction’s departments
and agencies, the private sector, not-for-profit and voluntary organizations, and other NGOs
coordinate and execute the common emergency management strategies. The actions
described in the Support Annexes apply to nearly every type of emergency. Each Support
Annex identifies a coordinating agency and cooperating agencies. In some instances, two
departments or agencies share coordinating agency responsibilities.” Source: CPG 101
ESF 6
SOG
“Standard operating procedures or operating manuals are
complete reference documents that provide the purpose,
authorities, duration, and details for the preferred method for
performing a single function or a number of interrelated functions
in a uniform manner.” Source: CPG 101
ESF 6
Position
Task Books
Comprehensive
Preparedness Guide
(CPG) 101 Version 2.0 Developing and
maintaining State,
Territorial, Tribal and
Local emergency plans,
November 2010, FEMA
Position Task Books describe and
identify all the basic tasks a person
holding the position should be able
to perform properly. Source: NIMS
Qualifications Process Guide
ESF 6
Job Aids
“Job aids are checklists
or other materials that
help users perform a
task.” Source: CPG 101
Task Books & Job Titles
 Job Titles for a specified position
describe required criteria for
categories such as education, training
and experience.
 Position Task Books describe and
identify all the basic tasks a person
holding the position should be able to
perform properly.
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Emergency Support Function 6
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Task books are designed to:
 Describe the tasks to be performed
for a given position
 Determine training needs of
individuals
 Serve as a tool for promoting taskrelated performance
 Record performance assessment data
State of Florida
Emergency Support Function 6
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Position Task Book Structure
Each competency is defined by set
behaviors.
ICS Core
Competencies with
associated behaviors
adopted by NIMS in
Sep 2007
ESF selects Core
Competencies from
available pool based
on requirements of
the position.
Competency
Behavior 1
•Task 1
•Task 2
•Task 3
Behavior 2
•Task 1
•Task 2
•Task 3
Behavior 3
•Task 1
•Task 2
•Task 3
Each behavior is assigned Florida
SERT specific tasks.
Competency
Competency
Competency
Competency
Competency
Competency
Competency
Behavior 1
•Task 1
•Task 2
•Task 3
Behavior 2
•Task 1
•Task 2
•Task 3
Behavior 3
•Task 1
•Task 2
•Task 3
Available Position Task Books
 The following ESF 6 positions have
Job Titles and Position Task Books at
this Time:
 Resource Unit Leader
 Situation Unit Leader
 State Agency Representative
State of Florida
Emergency Support Function 6
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Student responsibilities
 If you have not been told what
Position Task Book to use, then ask
your designated ESF 6 EMAC
Coordinator
 ESF 6 Position Task Books & Job
Titles documents are on the ESF 6
web page
 Review and understand the
instructions in the task book.
State of Florida
Emergency Support Function 6
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Module 3 Summary
 You should understand the purpose of
a Job Title and Position Task Book.
 You should understand your
responsibilities toward understanding
your own Position Task Book.
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Emergency Support Function 6
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Go on to Module 4
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State of Florida
Emergency Support Function 6
ESF 6 in the State Plan
ESF 6 procedures
Position Task Books
EOC Message System
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