Emergency Operations Plan - San Leandro Unified School District

Report
EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS
PLAN
SAN LEANDRO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
EOP COMMITTEE
•
Greg Dyer – Maintenance & Operations
•
Anita Waldron – SLTA Rep
•
Carol Alvarez – CSEA Rep
•
Jon Duarte – Teamsters Rep
•
Bob Roark – Trades Rep
•
Jorge Gonzalez – Site VP
•
Dee Anne Cortez – Food Services
•
Heidi DeRespini – SLPD
•
Hilda Quiroz – ALCo. FD
•
Krista Hoffmann – School Nurse
•
Maureen Shapiro – School Nurse
•
Lt. Luis Torres – SLPD
•
Consuelo Zuluaga – Student Services
•
Jason Toro - Facilitator
SCOPE OF WORK
• Ensure Compliance with State & Federal Regulations
• Coordinate our Efforts with First Responders
• Develop District-Level Emergency Operations Plan
• Develop Site-Level Template
• Update District-Wide Maps
• Develop District-Wide Incident Command System
• Develop Training and Exercise Protocol
• Provide guidance on EOP District-Wide Implementation
PROCESS
BOARD POLICY 3516
The Superintendent or designee shall develop and
maintain a disaster preparedness plan which details
provisions for handling emergencies and disasters and
which shall be included in the district's comprehensive
school safety plan. (Education Code 32282)
NATIONAL INCIDENT
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND
STANDARDIZED EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
All state agencies are required to use NIMS. In addition
to this, California requires its local government entities
to also use SEMS, in order to be eligible for any
reimbursement of response-related costs under the state
and federal disaster assistance programs.
DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS
Section 3100 of the California Government Code states that public
employees are disaster service workers (DSWs) who are subject
to the disaster service activities assigned to them by their
superiors or by law. Section 3100 of the California Government
Code applies to public school employees for cases in which:
1. A local emergency has been proclaimed,
2. A State of Emergency has been proclaimed, or
3. A Federal disaster declaration has been made.
FUNCTIONAL ANNEXES
• Communications
• Evacuation
• Shelter-in-Place
• Lockdown
• Accounting for All Persons
• Reunification of
Students/Families
• Continuity of Operations
• Security
• Recovery
• Mental Health
THREATS AND HAZARDS
• Bomb Threat
• Lockdown: Active Shooter
• Earthquake
• Medical Emergencies
• Fire
• Power Outage
• Gas Leak
• Shelter-in-Place
• Intruder on Campus
• Hazardous Materials
Incident
• Missing or Abducted Child
• Flood
• Communicable Disease
NEXT STEPS
Complete Emergency Operations Template:
INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM
• District-Level ICS
• Site-Level ICS
TAILOR CHECKLISTS
EVACUATION PROCEDURES
• Onsite Locations
• Primary and Secondary
• Off Site Locations
• Primary and Secondary
UPDATE MAPS
ASSESSMENT OF SUPPLIES
DEVELOP DRILL CALENDAR
FINALIZE SITE PLAN
MOBILE EOP APP
Checklists
Maps
Rosters
IMPLEMENTATION TRAINING
NEXT, NEXT STEPS
AMERICAN RED CROSS
TIME LINE
December / January
• Schedule
meetings with all
site leaders
• Meet with all site
leaders to gather
data
February
• Finalize all site
plans
• Schedule site
implementation
trainings
• Schedule and Plan
Comprehensive
disaster Drills with
SLPD & ALCO FD
March
• Facilitate site
implementation
trainings
• Renew Agreements
with Red Cross for
Emergency Shelter
and Training
QUESTIONS

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