ESF 6 Training 2014 EMAC Module 2

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EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 6 MASS CARE
“Training for
incoming
EMAC/Mutual Aid
personnel”
A Self Study
Course
State of Florida
Emergency Support Function 6
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Course Modules
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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 2
ESF 6 procedures
References: ESF 6 Standard
Operating Guidelines (SOG)
Forward SERT Guide
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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
Possible Florida ESF 6
EMAC/Mutual Aid locations
 State Emergency Operations Center,
Tallahassee
 State Logistics Response Center,
Orlando
 Affected County Emergency
Operations Center
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State Emergency
Operations Center (EOC)
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State EOC Organization
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State ESF 6 Organization for a
catastrophic disaster
You can expect to
be assigned to the
Resource Unit, the
Situation Unit, a
Mass Care Task
Force, or in the
field
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Resource Unit
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Resource Unit
Leader
Deputy Resource
Unit Leader
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An ESF 6 Resource Unit Leader
is designated when required and
is responsible to the ESF 6
Deputy Coordinator.
The ESF 6 Resource Unit Leader
monitors and updates assigned
missions, orders resources and
maintains the status of
resources deployed to field
kitchens and other locations in
the disaster area.
If required, the ESF 6 Resource
Unit Leader is assigned a
Deputy.
Situation Unit
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Situation Unit
Leader
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Deputy Situation
Unit Leader
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An ESF 6 Situation Unit
Leader is designated when
required and is responsible to
the ESF 6 Deputy
Coordinator.
The ESF 6 Situation Unit
Leader is responsible for
securing and displaying ESF 6
situational information.
This position prepares
required reports and briefing
slides as well as ensures the
dissemination of information
to ESF 6 support agencies
and others as needed.
If required, the ESF 6
Situation Unit Leader is
assigned a Deputy.
ESF 6 Support Agency
representatives
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American Red Cross
Salvation Army
Florida Baptists
Florida Food Banks
Education
Elder Affairs
Economic Opportunity
Veterans Affairs
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Mass Care Task Force
 Once or more Mass Care Task Forces
may be established in an event
 State Mass Care persons are requested
under EMAC to fill Task Force Leader or
Deputy Task Force Leader positions.
 ICS trained persons are requested
under Mutual Aid to fill Situation
Reporter or Display Processor
positions.
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Mass Care Task Force Organization
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Mass Care Task Force Staffing
 Task Force Leader - The TF Leader is
responsible to the State Mass Care
Coordinator for leading the Task
Force toward completion of assigned
Feeding/Sheltering Plan operating
priorities and goals.
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Mass Care Task Force Staffing
 Deputy Task Force Leader - A Deputy
Task Force Leader is assigned for a
Type 1 TF and reports to the TF
Leader. The DTF Leader supervises
the activities of the Display Processor,
the Mass Care Planner and the
Situation Reporter.
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State Logistic Center liaisons
 The State Logistics
Response Center (SLRC)
is located in Orlando
 The SLRC houses the
Logistics Operations
Center and the
Movement Control
Center for the disaster
 The ESF 6 SLRC Liaisons
perform logistics and
movement coordination
for ESF 6.
State Logistics
Center Liaisons
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State Logistics Response Center
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ESF 6 office located
on the Second floor.
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Location of ESF 6 Room
In the SLRC
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ESF 6 Field Liaisons
 ESF 6 Field Liaisons
to an affected
County may assist
the County Mass
Care Coordinator or
operate as the de
facto Mass Care
coordinator.
ESF 6 Field
Liaisons
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Module 2 Summary
 ESF 6 plays a specific role at the
State EOC:
 Coordination
 Reporting
 You could serve:
 At the EOC in Tallahassee
 At the SLRC in Orlando
 At the EOC of an affected County
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Go on to Module 3
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Position Task Books
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