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EDMG230 – Mock Incident Response Plan – Powerpoint Presentation

This assignment is your opportunity to demonstrate your understanding of the material we have covered during the course. For this project students will come up with a fictitious incident response plan and develop a Powerpoint presentation containing a minimum of 10 slides.
Develop a response plan for a mock incident involving a facility or location in Colorado. This is a single incident of your choosing, such as a fire, active shooter, natural disaster, etc. We are looking for you to simulate an incident response and use your project as an opportunity to demonstrate what you have learned about the incident command process during the course. The Powerpoint presentation should contain the following slides:

Slide 1 – Title Page
Slide 2 – Overview of the Incident
Slides 3 – 9 – Comprehensive Response Plan
Last slide – References

 
Decide who will be the Incident Commander (IC). Or you could choose a Unified Command (UC). Develop the five ICS functional areas and specific responsibilities for each area pertaining to your incident. A completely developed and detailed Incident Action Plan (IAP) should be included as part of your presentation. You should also include maps, images as well as the completed ICS Forms (excel file) we worked on during the Week 6 Forum.
You should use a minimum of three sources to support your plan. These sources may include applicable federal, state, or local laws, as well as research or other sources relevant to your plan.
Your powerpoint presentation should contain a minimum of 10 slides, including your title and reference slides. All sources used must be properly cited. Your references should be formatted in APA style.
External research will generally be required in addition to the assigned readings. Please create your final project in Microsoft Powerpoint, and upload as an attachment for submission
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ICS Forms Workbook Updated 06/18/2005

Incident Objectives

Organizational Assignment List Incident Name EDMG230 EDMG230

Division Assignment List Date Prepared 12/25/10 12/25/10

Incident Radio Communications Plan Time Prepared 0817 0817

Medical Plan Operational Period: 0

Organizational Chart Date: 12/25/10 12/25/10

Incident Intelligence Summary Time: (Insert Time) (Insert Time)

Incident Check-In List (8 1/2×11)

Incident Check-In List (8 1/2×14) To print blank forms, click the button at the right. Be sure that you have saved a copy because you can’t undo the changes.

Unit Log

Operational Planning Worksheet (All Risk)

Operational Planning Worksheet (Wildland)

Incident Safety Analysis

Support Vehicle Inventory

Air Operations Summary

Demobilization Check-Out

Health and Safety Message

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215 AR
215 Wild
215-A
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IAP Order
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Incident Objectives 1. Incident Name 2. Date Prepared 3. Time Prepared

EDMG230 12/25/10 0817

4. Operational Period (Date and Time)

12/25/10 (Insert Time)

5. General Control Objectives for the Incident (include Alternatives)

6. Weather Forecast for Operational Period

7. General Safety Message

8. Attachments (check if attached)

ICS-202 9. Prepared by (PSC) 10. Approved by (IC)

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Enter short, clear, concise statements of the objectives for managing the incident, including alternatives.
Control objectives usually apply for the duration of the incident.
Be sure to include objectives for the operational period!
Enter known Safety hazards and specific precautions for the operational period. Be sure to reference a specific safety message, form 223, if one is attached.
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ORGANIZATION ASSIGNMENT LIST 9. Operations Section

1. Incident Name EDMG230 Chief

2. Date 12/25/10 3. Time 0817 Deputy

4. Operational Period 12/25/10 (Insert Time) a. Branch I – Division/Groups

5. Incident Commander and Staff Branch Director

Incident Commander Professor Salmon Deputy

Deputy Division/Group

Safety Officer Division/Group

Information Officer Division/Group

Liaison Officer Division/Group

6. Agency Representative Division/Group

Agency Name b. Branch II – Division/Groups

Branch Director

Deputy

Division/Group

Division/Group

Division/Group

Division/Group

Division/Group

C. Branch III – Division/Groups

Branch Director

Deputy

Division/Group

7. Planning Section Division/Group

Chief Division/Group

Deputy Division/Group

Resource Unit Division/Group

Situation Unit d. Air Operations Branch

Documentation Unit Air Operations Branch Director

Demobilization Unit Air Support Supervisor

Human Resources Air Attack Supervisor

Technical Specialists (name / specialty) Hilicopter Coordinator

Air Tanker Coordinator

10. Finance Section

Chief

Deputy

Time Unit

8. Logistics Section Procurement Unit

Chief Comp/Claims Unit

Deputy Cost Unit

Service Branch Dir.

Support Branch Dir.

Supply Unit

Facilities Unit Prepared by (Resource Unit Leader)

Ground Support Unit

Communications Unit

Medical Unit

Security Unit

Food Unit

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DIVISION ASSIGNMENT LIST 1. Branch 2. Division/Group

3. Incident Name 4. Operational Period

EDMG230 Date: 12/25/10 Time: (Insert Time)

5. Operations Personnel

Operations Chief 0 Division/Group Supervisor

Branch Director Air Attack Supervisor No.

6. Resources Assigned this Period

Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Designator Leader Number Persons Trans. Needed Drop Off PT./Time Pick Up PT./Time

7. Control Operations

8. Special Instructions

9. Division/Group Communication Summary

Function System Grp/Channel Frequency Function System Grp/Channel Frequency

Command 0 0 0 Support 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Prepared by (RESL) Approved by (PSC) Date Time

12/25/10 0817

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Provide a statement of the tactical objectives to be achieved within the operational period. Include any special instructions for individual resources.
Enter statement calling attention to any safety problems or specific precautions to be exercised or other important information.
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DIVISION ASSIGNMENT LIST 1. Branch 2. Division/Group

3. Incident Name 4. Operational Period

EDMG230 Date: 12/25/10 Time: (Insert Time)

5. Operations Personnel

Operations Chief 0 Division/Group Supervisor

Branch Director Air Attack Supervisor No.

6. Resources Assigned this Period

Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Designator Leader Number Persons Trans. Needed Drop Off PT./Time Pick Up PT./Time

7. Control Operations

8. Special Instructions

9. Division/Group Communication Summary

Function System Grp/Channel Frequency Function System Grp/Channel Frequency

Command 0 0 0 Support 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Prepared by (RESL) Approved by (PSC) Date Time

12/25/10 0817

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INCIDENT RADIO COMMUNICATIONS PLAN Incident Name Date/Time Prepared Operational Period Date/Time

EDMG230 12/25/10 0817 12/25/10 (Insert Time)

4. Basic Radio Channel Utilization

Function Radio Type/Cache Group/Channel Frequency/Tone Assignment Remarks

Command

Support

5. Prepared by (Communications Unit)

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Enter the function each chanel number is assigned (i.e. command, support, division tactical, ground-to-air, etc.)
Enter the function each chanel number is assigned (i.e. command, support, division tactical, ground-to-air, etc.)
Enter the function each chanel number is assigned (i.e. command, support, division tactical, ground-to-air, etc.)
Enter the local system or radio cache system assigned and used on the incident. (e.g. 800mhz, Wolfforth, Lamb County, etc.)
Enter the local system or radio cache system assigned and used on the incident.(e.g. 800mhz, Wolfforth, Lamb County, etc.)
Enter the radio call group and/or channel numbers assigned.
If applicable, enter the frequency and tone numbers assigned to each specified function (e.g. 153.400/88.5) or (Tx: 154.000 Rx: 154.500/88.5)
Enter the ICS organization assigned to each of the designated frequencies (e.g. Branch I, Division A).
This section should include narrative information regarding special situations.
Enter the radio call group and/or channel numbers assigned.
Enter the local system or radio cache system assigned and used on the incident.(e.g. 800mhz, Wolfforth, Lamb County, etc.)
If applicable, enter the frequency and tone numbers assigned to each specified function (e.g. 153.400/88.5) or (Tx: 154.000 Rx: 154.500/88.5)
If applicable, enter the frequency and tone numbers assigned to each specified function (e.g. 153.400/88.5) or (Tx: 154.000 Rx: 154.500/88.5)
Enter the radio call group and/or channel numbers assigned.
Enter the ICS organization assigned to each of the designated frequencies (e.g. Branch I, Division A).
Enter the ICS organization assigned to each of the designated frequencies (e.g. Branch I, Division A).
This section should include narrative information regarding special situations.
This section should include narrative information regarding special situations.
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Medical Plan Incident Name Date Prepared Time Prepared Operational Period

EDMG230 12/25/10 0817 12/25/10 (Insert Time)

5. Incident Medical Aid Stations

Medical Aid Stations Location Paramedics

Yes No

6. Transportation

A. Ambulance Services

Name Address Phone Paramedics

Yes No

B. Incident Ambulances

Name Location Paramedics

Yes No

7. Hospitals

Name Address Travel Time Phone Helipad Burn Center

Air Grnd Yes No Yes No

8. Medical Emergency Procedures

ICS-206 NFES 1331 Prepared by (Medical Unit Leader Reviewed by (Safety Officer)

Note any special emergency instructions for use by incident personnel. Be sure to include designated helicopter landing coordinates.
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Incident Name EDMG230

Date 12/25/10 Time 0817 Incident Command

Operational Period 12/25/10 (Insert Time) Professor Salmon

Deputy IC

0

Safety Public Information

0 0

Liaison Human Resources

0 0

Operations Chief Planning Chief Logistics Chief Fin./Admin. Chief

0 0 0 0

Branch 1 Branch 2 Air Ops. Branch RESL Service Branch Support Branch TIME

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp Support Attack SITL COML SUPL PROC

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp Helibase Heli Cord DOCL MEDL FACL COMP

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp Fixed Wng Air Tanker DMOB FDUL GSUL COST

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp SECM

0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp

0 0

Agency Representatives Technical Specialists

Name Agency Name Specialty

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 ICS-207 0

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Incident Name EDMG230

Date 12/25/10 Time 0817 Incident Command

Operational Period 12/25/10 (Insert Time) Professor Salmon

Deputy IC

0

Safety Public Information

0 0

Liaison Human Resources

0 0

Operations Chief Planning Chief Logistics Chief Fin./Admin. Chief

0 0 0 0

Branch 1 Branch 2 Branch 3 Air Ops. Branch RESL Service Branch Support Branch TIME

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp Div/Grp Support Sup. Attack Sup. SITL COML SUPL PROC

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp Div/Grp Helibase Mgr. Helibase Cord. DOCL MEDL FACL COMP

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp Div/Grp Fixed Wing Air Tanker DMOB FDUL GSUL COST

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp Div/Grp SECM

0 0 0 0

Div/Grp Div/Grp Div/Grp

0 0 0

Agency Representatives Technical Specialists

Name Agency Name Specialty

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 ICS-207 0

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Incident Intelligence Summary (ICS-209)

Date Time Initial Update Final Incident Number Incident Name

12/25/10 0817 EDMG230

Incident Type Start Date/Time Cause Incident Commander IMT Type State/Unit

County Lattitude and Longitude Short Location Description

Current Situation

Size/Area Involved % Contained Expected Containment: ($)Cost to Date Declared Controlled

Date: Date:

Time: Time:

Injuries Today: Fatalities: Structure Information

Threat to Human Life/Safety Type of Structure # Threatened # Destroyed

Evacuation in progress Residence

No evacuation imminent

Potential future threats Commercial

No likely threats

Hazards Involved: Other

Resources Threatened:

Current Weather Conditions Resource benefits/objectives

Wind Speed: Temperature:

Wind Direction: Relative Humidity:

Significant events today:

Committed Resources

Agency Total Personnel

SR ST SR ST SR ST SR SR SR SR

Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Outlook

Estimated Control Projected Final Size Estimated Final Cost Tomorrow’s Forecasted Weather

Date Wind Speed: Temperature:

Time Wind Direction: Relative Humidity:

Critical Resources Needs:

1.

2.

3.

Actions planned for next operational period:

Projected movement/spread during next operational period:

Major problems and concerns:

Describe resistance to control in terms of :

1. Growth potential –

2. Specific difficulty –

How likely is it that containment/control targets will be met, given the current resources and strategy?

Projected Demobilization start date:

Remarks:

Prepared by: Approved by: Sent to: by:

Date: Time:

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ICS 209

Date Time Initial Update Final Incident Number Incident name

Incident Type Start Date/Time Cause Incident Commander IMT Type State/Unit

County Latitude and Longitude Short Location Description (in reference to nearest town)

Current Situation

Size/Area Involved % Contained Expected Containment Line to Build ($) Cost to Date Declared Controlled

Date: Date:

Time: Time:

Injuries Today Fatalities Structure Information

Type of Structure # Threatened # Destroyed

Residence

Threat to Human Life/Safety:

Evacuation(s) in Progress: Commercial Property

No Evacuation(s) Imminent:

Potential Future Threat: Outbuilding/Other

No Likely Threat:

Fuels involved Resources Threatened:

Current Weather Conditions Resource Benefits/Objectives(for prescribed/wildland fire use):

Wind Speed: Temperature:

Wind Direction: Relative Humidity:

Significant events today:

Agency CRW 1 CRW 2 HEL1 HEL 2 HEL3 ENG OVHD DOZR WTDR Camp Crew Total Personnel

SR ST SR ST SR SR SR SR ST SR SR ST SR

Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Cooperating agencies not listed above:

Outlook

Estimated Control Projected Final Size Estimated Final Cost Tomorrow’s Forecasted Weather

Date: Wind Speed: Temperature:

Time: Wind Direction: Relative Humidity:

Critical Resource Needs:

1.

2.

3.

Actions planned for next operational period:

Projected incident movement/spread during next operational period:

Major problems and concerns:

For fire incidents, describe resistance to control in terms of:

1. Growth potential

2. Difficulty of terrain

How likely is it that containment/control targets will be met, given the current resources and suppression strategy?

Projected Demobe Start (date and time):

Remarks:

Prepared by: Approved by: Sent to: Date

By: Time:

&LICS 209
Enter number assigned to incident by Agency.
Provide name given to incident by Incident Commander or Agency.
Enter first initial and last name of Incident Commander.
Enter Agency or Municipality.
Enter County where incident is occurring.
Enter type incident, e.g., wildland fire (enter fuel type), structure fire, hazardous chemical spill, etc.
Enter legal description and general location. Use remarks for additional date if necessary.
Enter date and time incident started.
Enter specific cause or under investigation.
Enter area involved, e.g., 50 acres, top three floors of building, etc.
Enter latitude and longitude by degrees, minutes, seconds.
Enter estimate of percent of containment.
Enter estimate of date and time of total containment.
Enter actual date and time fire was declared controlled.
Enter estimated dollar value of total damage to date. Include structures, watershed, timber, etc. Be specific in remarks.
Indicate line to be constructed by chains or other units of measurement.
Enter any seriors injuries which have occurred since the last report. Be specific in remarks.
Enter any deaths which have occurred since the last report. Be specific in remarks.
Report significant threat to watersheds, timber, wildlife habitat, or other valuable resources.
Indicate current weather conditions at the incident.
Indicate predicted weather conditions for the next operational period.
List agencies which have resources assigned to the incident.
List by name those agencies which are providing support, e.g., Salvation Army, Red Cross, Law Enforcement, National Weather Service, etc.
The remarks space can be used to list any information that is not listed above.
This will normally be the incident Situation Unit Leader.
This will normally be the incident Planning Section Chief.
Enter control problems, e.g., accessibillity, fuels, rocky terrain, high winds, structures.
Enter resource information under appropriate Agency column by single resource or strike team.
Report significant threat and number of destroyed improvements.
Enter actual date and time fire was declared controlled.
Provide estimated total cost for entire incident.
List types of fuels involved in incident.
Provide estimated total size of incident.
Enter control problems in relation to fire growth and terrain problems
Estimated date and time of demobilization of incident
Describe how likely the incident will come to a close using the current strategy.
List unfilled resources needed to accomplish the assigned mission
Enter date report completed.
Enter time report completed.

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INCIDENT CHECK-IN LIST Incident Name Check-In Location Date/Time

Specify type of equipment contained on this sheet, or Misc. EDMG230 12/25/10

0817

Check-In Information

State Agency Single Kind Type I.D. Number or Name Order/ Request No. Date/ Time Check-in Leader’s Name Total # Persons Manifest Yes No Crew or Individaual Weight Home Base Departure Point Method of Travel Incident Assign. Other Quals. Sent to RESTAT Time/Int Last Day Off

Page ____ of ____ Prepared by (Name and position) use back for remarks

ICS-211 NFES 1335

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INCIDENT CHECK-IN LIST Incident Name Check-In Location Date/Time

Specify type of equipment contained on this sheet, or Misc. EDMG230 12/25/10

0817

Check-In Information

State Agency Single Kind Type I.D. Number or Name Order/ Request No. Date/ Time Check-in Leader’s Name Total # Persons Manifest Yes No Crew or Individaual Weight Home Base Departure Point Method of Travel Incident Assign. Other Quals. Sent to RESTAT Time/Int Last Day Off

Page ____ of ____ Prepared by (Name and position) use back for remarks

ICS-211 NFES 1335

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UNIT LOG 1. Incident Name 2. Date Prepared 3. Time Prepared

EDMG230 12/25/10 0817

4. Unit Name/Designators 5. Unit Leader (Name and Position) 6. Operational Period

12/25/10 (Insert Time)

7. Personnel Roster Assigned

Name ICS Position Home Base

8. Activity Log

Time Major Events

9. Prepared by (Name and Position)

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215-AR

Operational Planning Worksheet Kinds of Resources Date & Time Prepared Operational Period (Date & Time)

Incident Name

Division/ Group/ Other Location Work Assignments Overhead Special Equip. and Supplies Reporting Location Requested Arrival Time

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ICS-215 All Risk Total Resources Required Single Resource Strike Teams Prepared By: (Date & Position)

Total Resources On Hand Single Resource Strike Teams

Total Resources Needed Single Resource Strike Teams

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Operational Planning Worksheet Kinds of Resources Date & Time Prepared Operational Period (Date & Time)

Incident Name

Division/ Group/ Other Location Work Assignments Overhead Special Equip. and Supplies Reporting Location Requested Arrival Time

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ICS-215 All Risk Total Resources Required Single Resource Strike Teams Prepared By: (Date & Position)

Total Resources On Hand Single Resource Strike Teams

Total Resources Needed Single Resource Strike Teams

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215 Wild

Operational Planning Worksheet Kinds of Resources Date & Time Prepared Operational Period (Date & Time)

Incident Name

Division/ Group/ Other Location Work Assignments Crews Engines Dozers Overhead Special Equip. and Supplies Reporting Location Requested Arrival Time

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ICS-215 Wildland Total Resources Required Single Resource Strike Teams Prepared By: (Date & Position)

Total Resources On Hand Single Resource Strike Teams

Total Resources Needed Single Resource Strike Teams

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215-A

ICS-215A Incident Safety Analysis Identified Risks Date & Time Operational Period

Incident name

Division/ Group/ Other Location Work Assignments Mitigation Actions

ICS-215A All Risk Prepared By: (Date & Position)

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Support Vehicle Inventory Incident Name Date Prepared Time Prepared

EDMG230 12/25/10 0817

Vehicle Information

Type Make Capacity/Size Agency/Owner I.D. No. Location Release Time

ICS-218 Page Prepared by (Ground Support Unit)

NFES 1341

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AIR OPERATIONS SUMMARY 1. Incident Name Helibases

EDMG230 Fixed Wing Bases

4. Personnel and Communications Name Air/Air Frequency Air/Ground Frequency 5. Remarks (Spec. Instructions, Safety Notes, Hazards, Priorites)

Air Operations Director

Air Attack Supervisor

Helicopter Coordinator

Air Tanker Coordinator

6. Location/Function 7. Assignment 8. Fixed Wing 9. Helicopters 10. Time 11. Aircraft Assigned 12. Operating Base

No. Type No. Type Available Commence

13. Totals

14. Air Operations Support Equipment 15. Prepared by (include Date and Time)

12/25/10 0817

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Demobilization Check-Out

Incident Name Date/Time Demob. No.

EDMG230 12/25/10 0817

Unit/Personnel Released

Transportation Type/No.

Actual Release Date/Time Manifest Yes No Number ______________

Area/Agency/Region Notified

Destination: Name ________________________________________

Date ______________

Unit Leader Responsible For Collecting Performance Rating:

Unit/Personnel: You and your resources have been released subject to sign off from the following: Demob Unit Leader Check Appropriate Box [ ]

Logistics Section

Supply Unit _____________________________________________________

Communications Unit _____________________________________________________

Facilities Unit _____________________________________________________

Ground Support Unit Leader _____________________________________________________

Planning Section

Documentation Unit _____________________________________________________

Finance/Administration Section

Time Unit _____________________________________________________

Other

___________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

Remarks: ________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

ICS-221

NFES 1353

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Incident Action Plan ICS 223

Health and Safety Message

Incident Name Date Prepared: Time Prepared:

EDMG230 40537 0817

Operational Period Date: Operational Period Time:

40537 (Insert Time)

Major Hazards and Risks:

Narrative:

Prepared By: ICS Position:

Approved By: ICS Position:

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Safety

SAFETY MESSAGE

Incident: Date: Time:

Operational Period:

Major Hazard and Risks:

Narriative:

Prepared By:

SAFETY OFFICER

Describe problems that will be faced while on the incident.
Date form is prepared
Time form is prepared
List in bullet points the major hazard and risks
Who prepared the safety message?
Date and time of operational period
Incident name

IAP Order

Incident IAP Order

1. Cover

2. 202 – Incident Objectives

3. 203 – Organizational Assignment List

4. 204 – Division Assignments

5. 205 – Communications Plan

6. Safety Message

7. 206 – Medical Plan

8. Weather

9. H. R. Message

10. Maps

11. Traffic Plan

12. Misc. – Phone List, Press Releases, etc.

13. 214 – Unit Log

Planned Event or Conference IAP Order

1. Cover

2. 202 – Incident Objectives

3. 203 – Organizational Assignment List

4. 204 – Division Assignments

5. 205 – Communications Plan

6. Safety Message

7. 206 – Medical Plan

8. Weather

9. H. R. Message

10. Facilities Map

11. Classes and Classroom Assignments

12. Misc. – Phone List, Press Releases, etc.

13. 214 – Unit Log

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EDMG230

Incident Action Plan

12/25/10

(Insert Time)

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Warning

Warning!

Are you sure? Clearing the contents cannot be undone!

Yes Clear the contents. This clears the bottom of the 204 and the whole 207!

No, I want to go back!

Clear the contents of the Menu, 203, and 205!
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Tips and Instructions

General Macros are used for navigation only. The completed 203 fills ot the 207 automatically and the completed 205 places the information on the bottom of the 204’s.

Menu Start by inserting your incident name, date, etc. This information will automatically be inserted into the other forms.

203 This Information will be placed on the 207 for printing.

204 Do not rename the original 204 because the macro that duplicates the 204 needs the original. If you have more than 8 Branches, Divisions, Groups, etc., you will have to change the communications information of the bottom of the 204’s to reflect the correct information.

205 The top 8 lines of the 205 are automatically transferred to the 204’s.

207 The 207 is automatically filled from the information on the 203. If you have a complex incident all of the information will not be transferred.

209 There are two …
EDMG101 Risk Mapping
Introduction
This week’s Chapter 6 reading emphasizes the importance of Emergency Managers creating localized maps of hazards and their area of effect.
Name one significant hazard in your community of residence and create a map demonstrating its location and possible area of effect. Do not use a military facility or installation. I am looking for a community-based natural, technological, or human-source hazard.
You may also want to identify Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources (CIKR) that would be affected by your hazard. CIKR elements can include Police, Fire, Hospital, EMS, Water, Power, Communications, Mortuary, etc.
Use online tools such as Google MyMaps and FEMA regional HIRA mapping and historical data to inform and display information on your hazard.
While you are free to display your hazard and its area of effect using any online tool that can be shared in the APUS classroom, these instructions will demonstrate how to use Google Maps. You may alternatively use another mapping service, or compile spreadsheets, lists, etc.
In the forum, you will post:
· a link to your map or presentation displaying your chosen hazard and its area of effect
· a 150 word introduction to your map, listing key takeaways as to the vulnerability of your location to the hazard, such as the amount of population or CIKR elements.
· your experience in using the tool
· ways in which you can see yourself using it in your current or future profession.
Suggested Steps

Google Account
If you have a Google account, log in at accounts.google.com.
If you do not have a Google account, select the “Create Account” link and follow the steps.

Google MyMaps
On your computer, sign in to Google My Maps.

https://MyMaps.Google.com

Additional Help can be found using the menu in the top left corner or at this link:
https://support.google.com/mymaps#topic=3024924.

Create a New Map
Select Create a new map.

Go to the top left and select “Untitled map.”

Give your map a name and description, stating which location you are mapping; ie “Madison SD Hazard Area.” Select Save.

Zoom in to your location, or type the name of your location to be automatically zoomed in.

Choose Your Terrain Type
Next to “Base map” in the bottom of the left panel, select the Down Arrow.
To choose a style, select one of the images.

Name Your Hazard Layer
Select “Untitled Layer” and change its name to your identified hazard. Select Save.

Drawing Lines
To draw lines and shapes on your map, select the “Draw a Line” tool and select “Add line or shape.”

Click on the map to set points. Click on the end point to end the line.

Add a name and description to the line. Select “Save.” The distance will be automatically calculated.

Drawing Shapes
Only custom polygons are available, simple circles or other standardized shapes are not available. To draw a polygon shape, use the Line tool to plot points, and click on the beginning dot to close the shape.

Provide a name and description for the shape. The area and perimeter will be automatically calculated.
You can also color code the area using the Style icon to more easily distinguish multiple shapes.

Identifying Locations
Select “Add layer” and a new untitled layer will appear. Select “Untitled layer” and change it to the name of a category, such as “Police.”

Search & Add Locations
In the search bar, type the CIKR category, such as “Police,” and hit enter or press the search button.

A list of results will appear in the left menu, as well as on the map. Hover over the result to see it circled on the map. You can also select on the result to see detailed information.

If the result is what you want, select Add to map .

You can also manually add items by using the Pin icon under the search bar, and choosing the location on the map. Give the location a name and description.

Continue to add items to this category until you are done. You can clear your search by selecting the X above the results.

Theme the Icons
Go to your layer, and select the Style icon .
Under “Group places by”, pick a style.
· Uniform style: One color and icon for the entire layer.
· Sequence of numbers: Mark places on the map with a number.
· Individual styles: Each map feature has its own color and icon.
· Style by data column: Group items by data values. Each group has its own colors and icons. You can sort by ranges or categories.
In this example, choose “Uniform Style” and close that menu.
To pick colors and icons, point at each map feature or group of features (“All Items”) and select the Color icon .

You then can choose the color of this layer’s markers. You also can set the icon by choosing “More Icons.”

Browse for the icon you want and select it. Then click OK.

You can view all layer features by using the arrow under the layer name.

Repeat
Repeat the process for all the location categories you are interested in (eg. Hazards, Police, Fire, Hospital, etc). Add a layer, name your layer, search for locations, add locations, and theme your layer.

Share
In the left panel, select Share .
Make your map public: Go to “Who has access” and select Change.

Choose “On – Public on the web”
Under “Access: Anyone (no sign-in required)” choose “Can View.”

When you’re done, select Save. Copy the Link to share. Select Done.

Post in Classroom
Create a forum post in your APUS classroom and type your introduction to your map and your forum post.
At the end of your post, use the Link tool to insert your map’s link.

Post your message.

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