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									Legal Issues in Emergency Management Seminar

Various locations- 2008
HSPD-5 AND THE NATIONAL
 RESPONSE PLAN FRAMEWORK
                    “The objective of the
               United States Government
               is to ensure that all levels
               of government across the
               Nation have the capability
               to work efficiently and
               effectively together, using
               a national approach to
               domestic incident
               management”


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NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM (NIMS)

               “…a consistent nationwide
                 approach for Federal,
                 State, tribal, and local
                 governments to work
                 effectively and efficiently
                 together to prepare for,
                 prevent, respond to, and
                 recover from domestic
                 incidents, regardless of
                 cause, size, or
                 complexity…”

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           NIMS COMPONENTS

1.   Command and Management
2.   Preparedness
3.   Resource Management
4.   Communications and Information Management
5.   Supporting Technologies
6.   Ongoing Management and Maintenance




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“The NIMS standardized procedures for
managing personnel, communications,
facilities and resources will improve
Colorado’s ability to utilize federal
funding to enhance local and state
agency readiness, maintain first
responder safety, and streamline incident
management processes.” Signed by Governor
Owens on Dec. 6, 2004

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DFS and DEM have
collaborated on the
development of
NIMS
Implementation
Guidelines for
Colorado’s response
community and
elected officials.
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ALL HAZARDS APPROACH

                       Natural Disasters
                       Counterterrorism
                       Criminal
                       Interdiction
                       Public Health
                       Threats
                       Agricultural
                       Threats
                       Technological
                       Disasters



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ALL HAZARDS APPROACH

               The All-hazards Approach:
               Prepares the state for all-
               consequences
               Is more cost efficient
               Is more effective
               Brings state and local officials
               from multiple disciplines
               together before, during and after
               an incident, giving them more
               experience working as a team


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INCIDENT CYCLE

                          Preparedness
        Recovery




                            Prevention
        Response




                   Mitigation



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RESPONSE

   Emergency response builds form the ground up
   Management of the incident is from the top down


           Federal            Authority
    Response or Support


         State
     Response or Support




           Local
          Response



            Incident




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1.   Identifying and Typing    5.   Ordering and Acquiring
     Resources                      Resources
2.   Certifying and            6.   Mobilizing Resources
     Credentialing Personnel   7.   Tracking and Reporting
3.   Inventorying Resources         Resources
4.   Identifying Resource      8.   Recovering Resources
     Requirements              9.   Reimbursement
South Canyon
Fire
9-11
2002 Wildland
Fire Season
Previous Efforts
House Bill 1315


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The Department of Public Safety shall develop
and maintain a centralized computer database
that includes apparatus and equipment
inventories, personnel counts, resource status,
such other information relevant to the efficient
tracking and allocation of fire fighting and
hazardous materials response resources.
   (24-33.5-107(1)(y) and 24-33.5-108 C.R.S.)



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The Division of Fire Safety shall prepare and
administer a statewide mobilization plan to
provide for the allocation and deployment of
firefighting, emergency medical, and urban
search and rescue resources in the event of a
disaster or local incident that requires more
resources than those available under any
existing interjurisdictional or mutual aid
agreement. (24-33.5-1203(1)(m) and 24-33.5-1210 C.R.S.)
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To develop and implement a
statewide all-risk plan for
the allocation, mobilization,
and deployment of
resources in the event of a
disaster or local incident
that requires more
resources than those
available under any existing
interjurisdictional or mutual
aid agreement.



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Colorado State
Emergency Resource
Mobilization Program
Statewide all-risk plan
for the allocation,
mobilization, and
deployment of
resources in the event
of an incident that
exceeds local and
mutual aid resources.
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Colorado’s Resource Mobilization Plan (CSRMP)

 Purpose of CSRMP
    Designed to provide guidelines to quickly identify, allocate,
    mobilize and deploy all-risk resources to any local
    jurisdiction in the State of Colorado in the event an incident
    requires other resources than available under existing inter-
    jurisdictional or mutual aid agreement
 Scope of CSRMP
    All-hazard based plan that may be used to provide
    resources to any incident where resources beyond local
    capabilities are necessary to protect life, property, the
    environment, cultural and economic resources.
Colorado’s Resource Mobilization Plan (CSRMP)

 Objectives
    To provide a system for the efficient tracking and allocation
    of emergency resources;
    To streamline the process of effectively and expeditiously
    mobilizing required resources to requesting units in an
    organized and cost efficient manner;
    To assure that requesting units receive the proper
    equipment and qualified personnel they have requested;
    To promote incident safety through incident
    communication and management coordination.



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Colorado’s Resource Mobilization Plan (CSRMP)

 CSRMP Objectives
    Describes the state and regional organizations, the
    resources, and the process for the mobilization of
    emergency resources in response to an incident that has
    exceeded the capabilities or capacity of local and mutual
    aid resources
    Serves as an educational tool for all emergency response
    personnel to familiarize themselves with the state resource
    mob system
    Establishes procedures for reimbursement for eligible costs
    incurred, as allowed by stature, for resources mobilized
    under this plan
Colorado’s Resource Mobilization Plan (CSRMP)

 IMPORTANT:
    State Emergency Resource Mobilization is NOT a
    replacement for local response, auto-mutual aid or
    regional response plans, nor is it a replacement for
    the national interagency wild-land fire plan
Colorado’s Resource Mobilization Plan (CSRMP)

 How to activate this plan…a jurisdiction must..
    Execute the Intergovernmental Agreement for
    Emergency Management
    Read and understand the CSRMP
    Actively support and participate to enhance local
    government self-sufficiency and improve statewide
    disaster preparedness
Colorado’s Resource Mobilization Plan (CSRMP)

 The Requesting Agency should:
    Request activation of the CSRPP via direct verbal request
    from the County Emergency Manager or as designated in
    the plan using the State Emergency Operations Line
    (303)279-8855
 Authority to Request State Resource Mobilization:
    County Emergency Manager or Designee;
    County Sherriff;
    Board of County Commissioners;
    Incident Commander acting under a Direct Delegation of
    Authority from any of the above
Incident             Wildland
                      Fire                           Local
                                                                          Mutual Aid
                                                   Resources
                                                                           Resources           Request to
                                                   Expended               Expended or          County EM
                                                                          Specialized
                                                                        Resource Needed

                  Per Agreement

                                                                                               Other
                                                                                               County
                                                                                               Resources

           RMCG

                                Compacts                                                     Requests State
                                                                                            Assistance through
                                                                                                   DEM
                    NICC
                                                               Mission Order to
                                                               Other State                State EOC/MACC
                                                               Department                 Activated (Different
                                                                                          Levels May Apply)




                                                                Mission Order to DFS,
                                           Local Government      DFS Fills Through              Other State
                                           and Private            ROSS/ Resource               Asset Can Be
                                           Resources                                              Used
                                                                      Inventory




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Revision of the Colorado’s Resource Mobilization
Plan
 The Statewide Resource Mobilization
 Committee is in the process of revising the
 document
    Includes federal, state and local reps
 Document is in Final Draft Form
 Various local and statewide associations will be
 asked to provide feedback
Colorado’s Resource Mobilization Plan (CSRMP)

 State, local and private sector partners all have
 a critical role in the CSRMP
 Participating agencies should keep their
 resource inventory and status current
 If you have questions about your agency’s
 information, please contact the Division of Fire
 Safety at 720.852.6735
Categorization of resources that are commonly
exchanged in disasters via mutual aid, by
capacity and/or capability
Utilize Agreed Upon
  Descriptions
  Standards
  Categories of response resources
     Specialized personnel teams
     Team supplies
     Equipment
     Systems

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Resources
  All personnel, teams, and major items of
  equipment available for assignment to incidents
Described by kind and type and may be used
in tactical support or supervisory capacities at
an incident or EOC
  Kind
    Broad category of like resources, such as equipment,
    teams, or supplies
    Not all resources have kind codes
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•   Each discipline to use its own
    process to type resources
•   Existing Resource Typing Standards
    were used:
     – NWCG
     – FIRESCOPE
     – States of Texas, Florida,
       Washington
RESOURCE INVENTORY
               State of Colorado Emergency Resource Inventory Website
                            https://www.co-mobilization.org/
 Data Collected Includes:
    Name
    Location Information
    All Hazard Region
    Information
    Contact Information
    Dispatch Information
    Personnel Numbers
    Chief/Sheriff Contact
    Information
    Mutual Aid Contact
    Information
    Resource Information
    Multi-Jurisdictional or
    Regional Team
    Information

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RESOURCE INVENTORY
                     Allows local agencies
                     access for resource
                     reporting:
                        Contact Information
                        Dispatch Information
                        Resource Information
                        Multi-Jurisdictional or
                        Regional Team
                        Information




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  Local Fire Departments                                   Local EMS



  6%



                                                                       36%

                           Complete                                                       Complete
                           Incomplete                                                     Incomplete

                                        64%



        94%




         All Fire                             Local Law Enforcement



                                              8%
10%



                                                                             Complete
                                                                             Incomplete
                           Complete
                           Incomplete

                                                     92%




           90%
Standards                         Reimbursement
Transportation Requirements       Backfill Requirements
Interoperability Requirements     Liability
Consideration of All-Hazards      Executing Agreements
Participation in Typing Efforts   Flexibility: Requesting a Sub-set of
Interdependency Between           a Team
Disciplines (Resources)           Private Sector Assets
Certifications & Qualifications      Under contract critical for mutual
                                     aid
Team v. Single Resources
                                  Level of Detail in Typing
Voluntary organizations
                                  Ordering/Tracking Resources
Relief/Rotation Requirements
Certifying and
Credentialing
Personnel
  State of Colorado
  Incident
  Management
  Qualifications
  System
TYPE III INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TEAMS

  Regional Teams
  Handle Type 3 incidents
  Interim team until arrival of Type
  1 or 2 team
  All Hazards team for all other
  incidents
  When local jurisdictions
  overwhelmed or for a prolonged
  incident
  Could be a request for single
  resources




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IMT CHART
COLORADO TASK BOOKS




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Resource Ordering and Status System
  Chartered in June 1998
  Sponsored by the National Wildfire
  Coordinating Group (NWCG)
  Provides:
    Latest status
    Area of availability
  Tracks:
    All incident-related tactical, logistical, service and
    support resources
Automates the resource ordering process
Reduces labor-intensive practices
Increases customer service
Improves communication
Lowers costs associated with delivery of
resources for field operations
Incident Cache
   Systems                     Credentialing and
                       CAD   Accreditation Systems




Incident Based
   Systems                         Others
                 Common
                  System
                 Hardware
                 Software               Data
Other Systems
                                      Warehouse
       ?
60 + Agencies
Over 420 Dispatch Offices Nationwide
500,000 + Resources
10,000 + Users
522,444 Resource Requests
Fire – Wildfire:                        12,148
Non-Fire Incidents
  Hurricane/Typhoon:                       57
  Program Support – Law Enforcement:       55
  Accident – Vehicle:                      34
  Flooding:                                17
  Severe Winter Weather:                    7
  Volcano:                                  1


                   Calendar Year 2006
National Wildfire
Model




Colorado All-Hazards
Model
                      National Interagency
                      Coordination Center




                       Geographic Area
                      Coordination Center




Federal Interagency   Federal Interagency    Federal Interagency
 Dispatch Center       Dispatch Center        Dispatch Center


     All Fire                All Fire              All Fire
   Resources               Resources             Resources
  Within Zone of          Within Zone of        Within Zone of
     Control                 Control               Control
                    National Interagency
                    Coordination Center




                     Geographic Area
                    Coordination Center




Local Interagency    Local Interagency      State of Colorado
 Dispatch Center      Dispatch Center      Emergency Ops Ctr


   Federal Fire         Federal Fire
  Resources Only       Resources Only        All Non-Federal
  Within Zone of       Within Zone of        Resources Within
     Control              Control                Colorado
7 x 24 Support
  National Information Technology Center (NITC) –
  Kansas City, MO
7 x 24 Help Desk Support
  BAE Systems – Herndon, VA
Nationwide Access to Resources
1.   Identifying and Typing    5.   Ordering and Acquiring
     Resources                      Resources

2.   Certifying and            6.   Mobilizing Resources
     Credentialing Personnel
                               7.   Tracking and Reporting
3.   Inventorying Resources         Resources

4.   Identifying Resource      8.   Recovering Resources
     Requirements
                               9.   Reimbursement

								
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