HSEEP Overview TFR 2010

Report
OREEP OVERVIEW
H OMELAND S ECURITY
E XERCISE E VALUATION P ROGRAM
National Urban Search & Rescue Response System
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Department of Homeland Security
Strategic Training Plan
Objective 4.2
Integrate HSEEP guidelines into National US&R Response System
exercises and evaluations.
Strategies
Strategy 4.2.1 Integrate HSEEP guidelines into the National US&R
Response System using a phased implementation plan and
timeline.
Strategy 4.2.2. Train and educate Task Force members on the HSEEP
model through train-the-trainer and distance learning activities.
Performance Measures
Performance Measure 4.2.1.1. Convene an ad hoc group of US&R
members to draft a US&R HSEEP implementation plan not later
4/1/2011
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.2
TFR 2010
Strategic Training Plan
Performance Measure 4.2.1.2. Submit a recommendation and
implementation plan to the Ops Group and Program Office no later
than 7/1/2011.
Performance Measure 4.2.1.3. Task Force training managers complete
three on-line independent study courses by 4/1/2011: IS120-A
(Introduction to Exercises), IS130 (Exercise Evaluation and
Improvement Planning), and IS-139 (Exercise Design).
Performance Measure 4.2.1.4. Task Force training managers complete
the L/E -146 HSEEP Program by 7/1/2012.
Performance Measure 4.2.1.5. By 1/1/2013 national US&R will have inplace an HSEEP program for OREs and exercises, consistent with
State, local and task force operational partners, consistent with the
NRF to execute National Planning Scenarios
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.3
TFR 2010
Exercise & Evaluation Training
FEMA EMI Exercise Courses
IS-120.a An Introduction to Exercises
IS-130
Exercise Evaluation and Improvement Planning
IS-139
Exercise Design
IS -775
EOC Management and Operations
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.4
TFR 2010
Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program
Exercise Types
•
There are seven types of exercises defined, each of
which is either discussions-based or operationsbased. Discussions-based Exercises familiarize
participants
with
current
plans,
policies,
agreements and procedures, or may be used to
develop new plans, policies, agreements, and
procedures.
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.5
TFR 2010
Exercise Types
Types of Discussion-based Exercises include:
• Seminar
• Workshop
• Tabletop Exercise (TTX)
• Games
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.6
TFR 2010
Exercise Types
Types of Operations-based Exercises include:
• Drill
• Functional Exercise (FE)
• Full-Scale Exercises (FSE)
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.7
TFR 2010
Requirements
Complete exercises must satisfy four distinct performance
requirements:
• Complete exercises must satisfy four distinct performance
requirements:
• Conducting an annual Training and Exercise Plan Workshop
and developing and maintaining a Multi-year Training and
Exercise Plan.
• Planning and conducting exercises in accordance with the
program directive.
• Developing and submitting a properly formatted After-Action
Report/Improvement Plan (AAR/IP).
• Tracking and implementing corrective actions identified in the
AAR/IP.
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.8
TFR 2010
Reporting
Operations Based Exercises
• Drills – Exercise Plan (ExPlan); Master Scenario Events List
(MSEL)(if needed) After Action Report (AAR) [Quick-Look AAR
Acceptable]; Improvement Plan (IP); Participant Sign-in Sheet
• Functional Exercise (FE) – Exercise Plan (ExPlan); Master
Scenario Events List (MSEL)(if needed); After Action Report
(AAR); Improvement Plan (IP); Participant Sign-in Sheet
• Full Scale Exercise (FSE) – Exercise Plan (ExPlan); After Action
Report (AAR); Improvement Plan (IP); Participant Sign-in Sheet
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.9
TFR 2010
Evaluation and Improvement Planning
Discussion Based Exercises
• Seminars – Exercise Objectives and Summary Report; Participant
Sign-in Sheet
• Workshop – Exercise Objectives and Summary Report; Participant
Sign-in Sheet
• Table Top (TTX) – Situation Manual; After Action Report (AAR)
[Quick-Look AAR Acceptable]; Improvement Plan (IP); Participant
Sign-in Sheet
• Games – Situation Manual; After Action Report (AAR) [Quick-Look
AAR Acceptable]; Improvement Plan (IP); Participant Sign-in Sheet
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.10
TFR 2010
EEGs for Operations-Based Exercises
 Operations -based exercises, Drills, Functional, &
Full-Scales, the Planning Team should select EEGs
that correspond to core capabilities under
evaluation. The team may choose to exercise all
objectives and tasks or a select number.
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.11
TFR 2010
Conferences
 Official Meetings held by a Planning Team to Develop &
Coordinate an exercise.
 5 Types of Planning Conferences
 Concept & Objectives Meeting (C&O) (maybe
rolled into the Initial Planning Conference).
 Initial Planning Conference (IPC)
 Mid-Term Planning Conference (MPC)
 Master Scenario Events List (MSEL)Conference
 Final Planning Conference (FPC)
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.12
TFR 2010
Analysis
Discussion-based exercises:
 Debrief with the exercise planning team, facilitators,
and evaluators is held immediately following the
exercise
 Facilitator/Evaluator debrief takes place and preliminary
analysis of the exercise observations begins
 The analysis is completed, outlining strengths & areas
of improvement
 The draft AAR/IP is developed
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.13
TFR 2010
Analysis
Operations-based exercises:
 Hot wash held immediately following the exercise for players,
facilitators, evaluators, and planning team
 Controller/Evaluator debrief takes place and preliminary analysis of
the exercise observations begins
 Exercise event timeline is created
 The analysis is completed, outlining strengths & areas of
improvement
 The draft AAR/IP is developed
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.14
TFR 2010
Improvement Planning
 An After Action Conference with planning team,
evaluators, controllers, and participating entities to
discuss the draft AAR/IP is held
 AAR/IP finalized at the After Action Conference
 CAP shall be monitored for compliance
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.15
TFR 2010
Questions
US&R National Response System
HSEEP Overview
Visual 1.16
TFR 2010

similar documents