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Springfield-Greene County, Missouri Multi-Year Training and Exercise Plan

2016-2018 (TEP) July 27, 2015

For Official Use Only

For Official Use Only

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Point of Contact SPRINGFIELD-GREENE COUNTY

Erin Pope

Emergency Management Specialist-Training and Exercise Springfield-Greene County Office of Emergency Management Office: 417-869-6040

Email: epope@greenecountyoem.org

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Table of Contents

Points of Contact ...1

Executive Summary ...3

2015 Core Capability Priorities ...5

Appendix A: Exercise Priorities Cross Walk and Exercise and Training Calendars ...9

Appendix B: Course Requests ...19

Appendix C: Participant Roster ...21

Appendix D: Acronyms ...24

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Executive Summary

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Executive Summary

The Springfield-Greene County Office of Emergency Management hosted the annual Training and Exercise Planning Workshop (TEPW) on Monday, July 27, 2015 at the Greene County Public Safety Center, 330 W Scott Street, Springfield, MO 65802. Its intent was to synchronize and coordinate training and exercise opportunities to prevent duplication of effort, collectively review current strategies and grant deliverables, and develop a plan to increase preparedness through training and exercises.

During the TEPW the participants reviewed:

 The 2015-2017 Springfield-Greene County TEP

 The Springfield-Greene County Mitigation Plan Vulnerabilities

 The Greene County Threat and Hazards Identification Risk Analysis (THIRA)

 As well as operation and exercise AARs

There were 32 participants at the TEPW representing the various emergency support functions and agencies within Springfield-Greene County. The workshop began with a welcome and introductions by Ms. Erin Pope (Training and Exercise Specialist, Springfield-Greene County OEM). Ms. Pope then provided a program overview and dedicated the rest of the workshop to participant review and activities, validation, prioritization, and affirmation of priority areas of improvement. Participants were then encouraged to discuss the necessary trainings and exercises to improve on the areas identified. We then identified and placed on a calendar the identified trainings and exercises.

Accomplishments

The following items are the significant accomplishments of the TEPW:

 Identified needs from multiple disciplines

 Developed the Springfield-Greene County TEP for 2016-2018 which incorporates training and exercise calendars for the inclusive years.

 Selected the following core capabilities as the Springfield-Greene County priorities for 2015:

 Planning

 Operational Coordination

 Public Information and Warning

 Critical Transportation

 On-Scene Security and Protection

 The collaboration between the represented players in the TEPW process postures Springfield-Greene County to collectively benefit from more efficiently and effectively developed exercises and training. This advantage will become more acute against the backdrop of tightening State and Federal budgets.

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Springfield-Greene County 2015 Core Capability

Priorities

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Core Capability Priorities for 2015

The 2014 Springfield-Greene County TEPW provided the primary data for participants to develop their priority core capabilities for the 2016-2018 TEP. Matching of the core capability priorities with the exercises and trainings they support are displayed in Appendix A: Tables A- 1, A-2, A-3. The list of core capability priorities, related references, and associated core capability targets are reflected below:

1. Planning

Conduct a systematic process engaging the whole community as appropriate in the development of executable strategic, operational, and/or community-based approached to meet defined objectives.

Core Capability Targets:

1. Identify critical objectives based on the planning requirement, provide a complete and

integrated picture of the sequence and scope of the tasks to achieve the objectives, and ensure the objectives are implementable within the time frame contemplated within the plan using available resources for prevention-related plans.

2. Develop and execute appropriate courses of action in coordination with Federal, state, local, and private sector entities in order to prevent an imminent terrorist attack within the United States.

3. Develop protection plans that identify critical objectives based on planning requirements, provide a complete and integrated picture of the sequence and scope of the tasks to achieve the planning objectives, and implement planning requirements within the time frame contemplated within the plan using available resources for protection-related plans.

4. Implement, exercise, and maintain plans to ensure continuity of operations.

5. Develop approved hazard mitigation plans that address all relevant threats/hazards in accordance with the results of their risk assessment within all states and territories.

6. Develop operational plans at the Federal level, and in the states and territories, that adequately identify critical objectives based on the planning requirement, provide a complete and integrated picture of the sequence and scope of the tasks to achieve the objectives, and are implementable within the time frame contemplated in the plan using available resources.

7. Convene the core of an inclusige planning team (identified pre-disaster), which will oversee disaster recovery planning.

8. Complete an initial recovery plan that provides an overall strategy and timeline, addresses all core capabilities, and integrates socioeconomic, demographic, accessibility, and risk assessment considerations, which will be implemented in accordance with the timeline contained in the plan.

2. Operational Coordination

Establish and maintain a unified and coordinated operational structure and process that

appropriately integrates all critical stakeholders and supports the execution of core capabilities.

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7 Core Capability Targets:

1. Execute operations with functional and integrated communications among appropriate entities to prevent initial or follow-on terrorist attacks within the united States in accordance with established protocols.

2. Establish and maintain partnership structures among Protection elements to support networking, planning, and coordination.

3. Establish protocols to integrate mitigation data elements in support of operations within all stated and territories and in coordination with Federal agencies.

4. Mobilize all critical resources and establish command, control, and coordination structures within the affected community and other coordinating bodies in surrounding communities and across the Nation and maintain as needed throughout the duration of an incident.

5. Enhance and maintain National Incident Management System (NIMS)-compliant command, control, and coordination structures within the affected community and other coordinating bodies in surrounding communities and across eh Nation and maintain as needed throughout the duration of an incident.

6. Mobilize all critical resources and establish command, control, and coordination structured within the affected community and other coordinating bodies in surrounding communities and across the nation and maintain as needed throughout the duration of an incident.

7. Enhance and maintain National Incident Management System (NIMS)-compliant command, control, and coordination structures to meet basic human needs, stabilize the incident, and transition to recovery.

3. Public Information and Warning

Deliver coordinated, prompt, reliable, and actionable information to the whole community through the use of clear consistent, accessible, and culturally and linguistically appropriate methods to effectively relay information regarding any threat or hazard and, as appropriate, the actions being taken and the assistance being made available.

Core Capability Targets:

1. Share prompt and actionable messages, to include National Terrorism Advisory System alerts, with the public and other stakeholders, as appropriate, to aid in the prevention of imminent or follow-on terrorist attacks, consistent with the timelines specified by existing processes and protocols.

2. Provide public awareness information to inform the general public on how to identify and provide terrorism-related information to the appropriate law enforcement authorities, thereby enabling the public to act as a force multiplier in the prevention of imminent or follow-on acts of terrorism.

3. Use effective and accessible indication and warning systems to communicate significant hazards to involved operators, security officials, and the public (including alerts, detection, capabilities, and other necessary and appropriate assets).

4. Communicate appropriate information, and in an accessible manner, on the risks faced within a community after the conduct of a risk assessment.

5. Inform all affected segments of society by all means necessary, including accessible tools, of critical lifesaving and life-sustaining information to expedite the delivery of emergency services and aid the public to take protective actions.

6. Deliver credible messages to inform ongoing emergency services and the public about protective measures and other life-sustaining actions and facilitate the transition to recovery.

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7. Inform all affected segments of society by all means necessary, including accessible tools, of critical lifesaving and life-sustaining information to expedite the delivery of emerg3ency services and aid the public to take protective actions.

8. Deliver credible messages to inform ingoing emergency services and the public about protective measures and other life-sustaining actions and facilitate the transition to recovery.

4. Critical Transportation

Provide transportation (including infrastructure access and accessible transportation services) for response priority objectives, including the evacuation of people and animals, and the delivery of vital response personnel, equipment, and services to the affected areas.

Core Capability Targets:

1. Establish physical access through appropriate transportation corridors and deliver required resources to save lives and to meet the needs of disaster survivors.

2. Ensure basic human needs are met, stabilize the incident, transition into recovery for an affected area, and restore basic services and community functionality.

5. On-Scene Security and Protection

Ensure a safe and secure environment through law enforcement and related security and protection operations for people and communities located within affected areas and also for all traditional and atypical response personnel engaged in lifesaving and life-sustaining operations.

Core Capability Targets:

1. Establish a safe and secure environment in an affected area.

2. Provide and maintain on-scene security and meet the protection needs of the affected population over a geographically dispersed area while eliminating or mitigating the risk of further damage to persons, property or the environment.

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Appendix A: Exercise Priorities Cross Walk and

Exercise and Training Calendars

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Appendix A: Exercise and Priorities Cross Walk and Exercise and Training Calendars

Below are the two primary products developed from the data examined during the TEPW. Table A-1 cross-walks the Springfield- Greene County core capability priorities with the Springfield-Greene County exercises. The city of Springfield and Greene County may not be directly or indirectly involved in all exercises listed, but may choose to participate as possible in support of the Core Capabilities prioritized by the jurisdiction. Exercises which Springfield-Greene County currently plans to participate in are

highlighted in this table. Exercises, exercise dates, and exercise participation are subject to change based on the needs and availability of the City of Springfield and Greene County resources and personnel.

Tables 2 and 3 respectively are the county’s exercise calendars, and Table 4 is the county’s training calendar (all created during the workshop). Table 1 identifies by an “x” the priority capabilities that will be addressed in each of the listed exercises. Table A-1 identifies by an “x”, the priority core capabilities that should be addressed in each of the listed exercises. Tables A-2 and A-3 are the Springfield-Greene County exercise and training calendars respectively that were created during the workshop.

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Table A-1. Springfield-Greene County Core Capability and Exercise Cross Walk

Exercise Date Planning Operational Coordination

Public Information

and Warning

Critical Transportation

On-Scene Security and

Protection

EOC Workshop and Exercise

1Q 2016 X X X X X

Hospital Reunification

Exercise

1Q 2016 X X X X

Airport

Tabletop 2Q 2016 X X X X

Alternate Care

Site Full Scale 3Q 2016 X X X X X

Infrastructure

Workshop 1Q 2017 X X X X

EOC

Workshop 1Q 2017 X X X X X

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Airport

Tabletop 2Q 2017 X X X X

National Level

Exercise 2Q 2017 X X X X

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Table A-2. Springfield-Greene County Exercise Calendar 2015-2017 (Dates, if known, are included)

2016

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

Hospital Reunification

EOC Workshop &

Exercise

Airport Tabletop National Mass Care

Alternate Care Site

Full Scale School System

Tabletop

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2017

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

Infrastructure Workshop

EOC Workshop &

Exercise

Springfield Branson Airport Airport Tabletop

(May)

National Level Exercise

Alternate Care Site Full

Scale

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2018

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

EOC Workshop Airport Tabletop

(May)

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Table A-3. Springfield-Greene County Training Calendar 2015-2017 (Dates, if known, are included)

2016

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

ICS-300 Intermediate

ICS for Expanding

Incidents

Storm Spotter Training

L364 MultiHazard Emergency Planning for

Schools (Request)

Web EOC Training

ICS-300 Intermediate

ICS for Expanding

Incidents

ICS-400 Advanced ICS

Web EOC Training

ICS-400 Advanced ICS

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2017

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

ICS-300 Intermediate ICS for

Expanding Incidents

Web EOC

ICS-300 Intermediate

ICS for Expanding

Incidents

Web EOC

ICS-400 Advanced ICS

Storm Spotter Training

ICS-400 Advanced

ICS

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2018

1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter

ICS-300 Intermediate ICS

for Expanding Incidents

Web EOC

ICS-300 Intermediate

ICS for Expanding

Incidents

Web EOC

ICS-400 Advanced ICS

Storm Spotter Training

ICS-400 Advanced ICS

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Appendix B: Course Requests

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Course Requests for 2015

Emergency Management Courses Consortium Courses L 364 Multi hazard Emergency

Planning for Schools

MGT 324 Executive Seminar:

Prevention of, Response to, and recovery from Campus Emergencies G 402 Incident Command System

Overview for Executives and Senior Officials

L0363 Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Higher Education

MGT 414 Advanced Critical Infrastructure

SHRP2 Traffic Incident Management Responder Training

G300 ICS 300 Intermediate Incident Command System

G400 ICS 400 Advanced Incident Command System

AWR 147 Rail Car Incident Response MGT383 Emergency Operations Plans for Rural Jurisdictions

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Appendix C: Participant Roster

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Appendix C: Participant Roster

*See Sign-in sheets

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Appendix D: Acronyms

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AFB Air Force Base

CBRNE Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosives DHS U.S. Department of Homeland Security

DoD U.S. Department of Defense EMA Emergency Management Agency EMI Emergency Management Institute EMS Emergency Medical Services EOC Emergency Operations Center EOD Explosive Ordnance Disposal ESF Emergency Support Function

FE Functional Exercise

FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency FSE Full-scale Exercise

HazMat Hazardous Materials

HSEEP Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program

ICS Incident Command System

IPW Improvement Planning Workshop LEPC Local Emergency Planning Committee

MASCAL Mass Casualty

MONG Missouri National Guard

NIMS National Incident Management System NLE National-level Exercise

NRF National Response Framework

OHS Office of Homeland Security ORE Operational Readiness Exercise PET Planning and Exercise Training PIO Public Information Officer POD Point of Distribution

RESP Regional Exercise Support Program SEMA State Emergency Management Agency SMOC St. Louis Medical Operations Center SNS Strategic National Stockpile

STARRS St. Louis Area Regional Response System TCL Target Capabilities List

TEP Training and Exercise Plan

TEPW Training and Exercise Planning Workshop TICP Tactical Interoperable Communications Plan TTX Tabletop Exercise

UASI Urban Area Security Initiative US&R Urban Search and Rescue

VOAD Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster WMD Weapons of Mass Destruction

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