ESF 6 Training 2014 EMAC Module 1

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EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 6 MASS CARE
“Training for
incoming
EMAC/Mutual Aid
personnel”
A Self Study Course
State of Florida
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Emergency Support Function 6
ESF 6 in the State Plan
ESF 6 procedures
Position Task Books
EOC Message System
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Module 1
ESF 6 in the State Plan
Reference: Appendix 6, Mass Care,
State Comprehensive Emergency
Management plan
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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
Comprehensive Emergency
Management Plan
 18 Emergency Support
Functions (ESF)
 Each ESF has a
Primary Agency and
several Support
Agencies
 Primary Agencies for
ESF 6 are:
 The Department of
Business and
Professional
Regulation (DBPR),
and
 The Department of
Children and Families
(DCF)
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Four Phases of Emergency
Management
 Mitigation
 Preparation
 Response – DBPR
is the lead agency
 Recovery – DCF is
the lead agency
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ESF 6 Support Agencies
 Agency for Persons
with Disabilities (APD)
 Agriculture &
Consumer Services
(DACS)
 American Red Cross
(ARC)
 Economic Opportunity
(DEO)
 Education (DOE)
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 Elder Affairs (DEA)
 Florida Baptists (FB)
 Florida Food Bank
Association
 Florida Voluntary
Organizations Active in
Disaster (FL VOAD)
 The Salvation Army
(TSA)
 Veterans Affairs (VA)
 Volunteer Florida (VF)
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Primary functions of ESF 6
 Mass Care
 Emergency Assistance
 Human Services
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Mass Care & Emergency Assistance
 Mass Care: Congregate sheltering, feeding,
distribution of emergency supplies, and
reunification of children with their
parent(s)/legal guardians and adults with their
families.
 Emergency Assistance: Non-congregate and
transitional sheltering; support to individuals
with disabilities and others with access and
functional needs in congregate facilities;
support to children in disasters; and support to
mass evacuations.
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ESF 6 Human Services tasks
 Coordination of Disaster
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (DSNAP).
 Disaster unemployment.
 Temporary disaster employment.
 Coordination for Disaster Case
Management.
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ESF 6 Human Services tasks
 Disaster Supplemental Nutrition
Assistance Program (DSNAP)(DCF):
provides a means to supplement
income for those families negatively
impacted by the affects of a disaster
through loss of food due to power
loss, income loss or damages to
residence.
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ESF 6 Human Services tasks
 Disaster unemployment assistance
(DEO): provides financial assistance
to individuals whose employment or
self-employment has been lost or
interrupted as a direct result of a
major disaster declared by the
President.
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ESF 6 Human Services tasks
 Temporary disaster employment
(DEO): provides temporary jobs in
affected communities through the
employment of federal grants for this
purpose. These funds are primarily
used to provide temporary
employment for persons who lost
their jobs as a result of these
disasters.
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ESF 6 Human Services Tasks
 Case Management
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ESF 6 Operational Priorities
Coordinate ESF 6 Activities
Support Feeding Operations
Support Transition to Long Term Feeding
Support Shelter Operations
Support Transition of Shelter Residents
Support Distribution of Relief Supplies
Operations
 Support Mass Evacuation
 Support Family Reunification Services
 Support Recovery Operations
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Module 1 Summary
 ESF 6 is one of 18 Emergency
Support Functions
 ESF 6 is composed of multiple Lead
and Support agencies
 ESF 6 has three main functions
 Mass Care
 Emergency Assistance
 Human Services
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