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Taking Action: Creating Model Emergency Management Plans for Schools, Institutions of Higher Education and Houses of Worship »

Use current frameworks/Provide assistance and guidance

Like others that have stated similarly, I believe that utilizing current frameworks and standards (CPG101, NFPA1600, etc) is relevant to emergency plans for all environments (municipalities, academic, etc).

Rather than reinventing the wheel with a new plan standard for academic institutions or places of worship, federal resources would be better utilized by:

(1) providing technical assistance and examples of how to leverage those standards into different types and degrees of institutions.

(2) assistance in incorporating into local and regional plans

(3) funding opportunities to initiate and maintain emergency management functions

(4) supporting efforts already initiated by groups such as DRU, IAEM UCC, and others.

(5) Supporting efforts for events that bring together academic practitioners to share ideas and collaborate.

Submitted by shad 1 year ago

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Comments (1)

  1. Let us attempt to use;

    Comprehensive Preparedness Guide 101,

    Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 502,

    Comprehensive Preparedness Guide (CPG) 201,

    A Whole Community Approach to Emergency Management:

    Principles, Themes, and Pathways for Action FDOC 104-008-1 / December 2011,National Preparedness Goal

    First Edition September 2011,

    National Preparedness System November 2011,

    Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). Also rolls and responsibilities are covered in

    National Incident Management System 2008 and

    National Response Framework 2008.

    1 year ago