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									                 UNIVERSAL TASK LIST
                              February, 2007
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                 COMMON TARGET CAPABILITIES
                   Communications
                   Community Preparedness and Participation
                   Planning
                   Risk Management

                 PREVENT MISSION AREA
                   CBRNE Detection
                   Information Gathering and Recognition of Indicators and Warnings
                   Intelligence Analysis and Production
                   Intelligence/Information Sharing and Dissemination
                   Law Enforcement Investigation and Operations

                 PROTECT MISSION AREA
                   Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP)
                   Epidemiological Surveillance and Investigation
                   Food and Agriculture Safety and Defense
                   Public Health Laboratory Testing

                 RESPOND MISSION AREA
                   Animal Health Emergency Support
                   Citizen Evacuation and Shelter-In-Place
                   Critical Resource Logistics and Distribution
                   Emergency Operations Center Management
                   Emergency Public Information and Warning
                   Environmental Health
                   Explosive Device Response Operations
                   Fatality Management
                   Firefighting Operations/Support
                   Isolation and Quarantine
                   Mass Care (Sheltering, Feeding, and Related Services)
                   Mass Prophylaxis
                   Medical Supplies Management and Distribution
                   Medical Surge

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.
                    Onsite Incident Management
                    Public Safety and Security Response
                    Responder Safety and Health
                    Triage and Pre-Hospital Treatment
                    Urban Search & Rescue
                    Volunteer Management and Donations
                    WMD/Hazardous Materials Response and Decontamination

                 RECOVER MISSION AREA
                   Economic and Community Recovery
                   Restoration of Lifelines
                   Structural Damage and Mitigation Assessment



Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.
COMMON TARGET CAPABILITIES (Click on a Capability to see its associated tasks)
   Communications
   Community Preparedness and Participation
   Planning
   Risk Management

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.

Common A        Planning
                Develop scalable strategic plans, based on normal response plans, to prevent, protect against,
   ComA 1
                respond to, and recover from natural and man-made disasters as well as acts of terrorism
   ComA 1.1     Establish the National Response Plan
  ComA 1.1.1    Facilitate implementation of the National Response Plan
  ComA 1.1.2    Update and maintain the National Response Plan
  ComA 1.1.2    Update and maintain the National Incident Management System
  ComA 1.1.3    Develop regional, and State/local Strategic Plans
   ComA 1.2     Establish the National Incident Management System
   ComA 1.3     Establish and maintain a national preparedness assessment and reporting system
  ComA 1.3.1    Develop and coordinate jurisdictional preparedness programs

  ComA 1.3.2    Develop a preparedness planning and review cycle that encompasses planning, training, exercising,
                evaluation and the incorporation of After Action Reviews (AAR) and Lessons Learned (LL)
                Track implementation AARs and LLs for improvement and corrective actions that enhance exercises and
 ComA 1.3.2.1
                inform subsequent corrective training efforts
                Develop and promulgate national preparedness security guidance and/or best practices, policies and
  ComA 1.3.3
                monitor conformance
                Conduct gap analysis to identify training, exercise needs and to facilitate investment and personnel
  ComA 1.3.4
                decisions
   ComA 2       Develop/Revise Operational Plans
                Conduct a hazard analysis to identify threats, vulnerabilities, and consequences to be addressed by
   ComA 2.1
                emergency management plans
  ComA 2.1.1    Establish readiness and response levels
  ComA 2.1.2    Establish criteria for local disaster or emergency declarations
                Develop and maintain Comprehensive Emergency Management Plans (CEMPs) or similar emergency
  ComA 2.1.3
                management/preparedness plans

   ComA 2.2
                Define and implement the responsibilities for standardized emergency management system planning
  ComA 2.2.1    Define responsibilities of agencies and departments

  ComA 2.2.2
                Coordinate and integrate all response and recovery agencies/organizations in the planning process
                Coordinate and integrate nongovernmental organizations and the private-sector entities into emergency
  ComA 2.2.3
                management planning and decision making processes
   ComA 2.3     Develop and execute mutual aid assistance agreements and compacts

  ComA 2.3.1
                Facilitate the development of international, regional, and inter- and intra-State mutual aid agreements
  ComA 2.3.2    Coordinate mutual aid agreements with public and private organizations
                Develop regional coordination plans or activities that involve all Federal, State, local, territorial, tribal,
  ComA 2.3.3
                NGO, and private stakeholders
                Develop Emergency Operations/Response Plans that describe how personnel, equipment, and other
   ComA 2.4     governmental, nongovernmental, and private resources will support and sustain incident management
                requirements
 ComA 2.4.1     Develop procedures to maintain related emergency operations plans
 ComA 2.4.2     Coordinate scientific and technical expertise in developing emergency operations plans
 ComA 2.4.3     Establish procedures for implementing emergency operations plans
                Develop Standard Operating Procedures and Standard Operating Guides in support of Emergency
 ComA 2.4.3.1
                Operations Plans
 ComA 2.4.3.2   Develop protocols for joint investigation
 ComA 2.4.3.3   Develop emergency response protocols with private-sector partners
                Develop procedures that translates tasking to an organization into specific action-oriented checklists for
 ComA 2.4.4
                incident management operations
                Develop and maintain Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) annexes for hazard specific response to include
  ComA 2.5
                natural and man-made disasters as well as acts of terrorism, and other hazards
  ComA 2.6      Develop plans for military support to civil authority
                Develop National, State/Local, and Non-Governmental Continuity Plans. All-level Continuity Plans will
                describe how personnel, equipment, and other governmental, non-governmental, and private resources
                will support the sustainment and/or reestablishment of essential functions. Plans shall identify the critical
  ComA 2.7      and time sensitive applications, processes, and functions, to be recovered and continued, following an
                emergency or disaster, as well as the personnel and procedures necessary to do so, such as business
                impact analysis, business continuity management, vital records preservation and alternate operating
                facilities
  ComA 2.7.1    Establish and implement an order of command succession or continuity consistent with NIMS
  ComA 2.7.2    Identify alternate work sites and essential tasks/functions
   ComA 2.8     Develop cooperative plans and means to respond across international borders
   ComA 2.9     Establish organization and leadership of regional and State emergency management structure
  ComA 2.9.1    Develop organizational structure of regional and State EOC
 ComA 2.9.1.1   Establish roles and responsibilities of regional and State EOC
 ComA 2.9.1.2   Coordinate with unions and private-sector groups concerning employee/employer issues
 ComA 2.9.1.3   Organize liaison structure for supporting organizations
                Identify and define liaison staff responsibilities and responsibilities to support incident prevention and
 ComA 2.9.1.4
                response activities
 ComA 2.9.1.5   Designate liaison representatives to incident response management structure
  ComA 2.9.2    Identify, develop, and convene local preparedness planning organization(s)
  ComA 2.9.3    Facilitate implementation of the National Incident Management System
  ComA 2.9.4    Address other specific communication issues in planning
   ComA 3       Validate Plans
                Develop exercises/drills of sufficient intensity to challenge management and operations and to test the
  ComA 3.1
                knowledge, skills, and abilities of individuals and organizations
  ComA 3.2      Develop integrated national, regional, and State/local level exercises/drills
                Develop regional, and State/local level exercises of sufficient intensity to challenge management and
  ComA 3.3
                operations and test knowledge, skill and abilities of individuals and organizations
  ComA 3.4      Develop lessons learned reports and procedures based on real world events and exercises
                Develop, review, evaluate and update emergency management and/or preparedness plans based on
  ComA 3.5
                lessons learned and/or AARs to address problems/gaps and needed corrective actions
                Ensure that trained, exercised and equipped personnel are available to execute all planning requirements
  ComA 3.6
                as determined by applicable standards of proficiency



Common B        Resource Management
   ComB 1       Develop resource management plans, policies, procedures, and systems

  ComB 1.1
                Develop systems for resource recovery and rehabilitation, replenishment, disposition and retrograding
 ComB 1.1.1     Develop reimbursement programs and processes to maintain readiness of resources

  ComB 1.2
                Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to coordinate non-governmental support and resources
ComB 1.2.1     Develop plans, policies, and protocols for coordination and deployment of private industry
               Review and update resource typing under FEMA National Mutual Aid Resource Aid and Resource
ComB 1.2.2
               Management inventory to reflect animal health requirements
 ComB 1.3      Develop plans, policies, procedures and systems for financial management support
ComB 1.3.1     Establish standardized financial management controls, guidance, and organization
               Develop State and local commitment documents for reimbursement of response costs and activate
ComB 1.3.2
               support agreements for supplemental staffing
ComB 1.3.2.1   Issue secretary's request to transfer additional funds within the department, if needed
ComB 1.3.2.2   Identify liaisons and personnel responsible for financial management response operations
ComB 1.3.2.3   Maintain records of agencies engaged in financial management response operations
  ComB 1.4     Identify and prioritize capabilities for emergency operations
 ComB 1.4.1    Identify resources required
 ComB 1.4.2    Develop lists of required personal protective equipment and the training required to operate it
ComB 1.4.2.1   Maintain current estimates of responder availability
ComB 1.4.2.2   Develop a multi jurisdictional decision matrix
ComB 1.4.2.3   Identify resource shortfalls and means of procurement
 ComB 1.4.3    Assess industry and community response capabilities
 ComB 1.4.4    Apply Federal guidelines and laws
   ComB 2      Develop and implement personnel qualification and certification programs
               Facilitate the development and leveraging of existing qualifications and certifications and dissemination of
 ComB 2.1      international, national, regional, State standards, guidelines and protocols for qualifications and
               certification
               Review and approve requirements submitted by functionally oriented incident management organizations
 ComB 2.2
               and associations of national, regional, and State governments

 ComB 2.3      Facilitate the development of integrated national, regional and State data systems to provide incident
               managers with detailed qualification, experience, and training information needed to credential personnel
 ComB 2.4      Develop personnel qualifications and certifications for NIMS specified roles
  ComB 3       Develop and implement equipment acquisition and certification standards
               Facilitate the dissemination of national standards, guidelines, and protocols for equipment certification
 ComB 3.1
               region and Statewide
 ComB 3.2      Develop and publish national standards, guidelines and protocols for equipment certification

 ComB 3.3
               Review and approve lists of emergency responder equipment that meet national certification standards
               Identify and integrate agencies and organizations currently involved in certifying equipment to ensure that
 ComB 3.4
               changes to protocols to meet new standards can be instituted efficiently
               Develop and implement national authentication security certification system for use at all levels of
  ComB 4
               jurisdictions and agencies
 ComB 4.1      Develop credential policy for access to key facilities
 ComB 4.2      Coordinate required qualifications of responders
 ComB 4.3      Coordinate required qualifications of responders
               Establish and maintain process for obtaining scientific and technological resources and other support for
  ComB 5
               preparedness
 ComB 5.1      Develop a strategy to obtain scientific and technological support
ComB 5.1.1     Conduct knowledge exchange with industry and education institution
ComB 5.1.2     Establish strategic research and development policies and procedures
               Establish collaboration forum for incident management among national incident management system
ComB 5.1.3
               partners
ComB 5.1.4     Develop technology standards for government and private sector
 ComB 5.2      Develop science and technology concepts and principles

ComB 5.2.1     Identify technology support to enhance all aspects of incident management and emergency response
               including data exchange of as-built building plan, evacuation plans and other technical data
                Participate in development of national standards by preparedness organization, building and fire code
 ComB 5.2.2
                organizations and national voluntary standards bodies

 ComB 5.2.3
                Provide means for aggregating and prioritizing new technology from the local to the national-level
                Coordinate basic, applied, developmental, and demonstration research, testing, and evaluation activities
 ComB 5.2.4
                across the incident life cycle
                Coordinate basic, applied, developmental, and demonstration research to support technologies that
 ComB 5.2.4.1   harden structures including such things as preventing progressive collapse of buildings, reduce
                vulnerability of building electrical, mechanical and plumbing
  ComB 5.3      Provide science and technology support to incident management
                Gather operational scientific support from Federal, State and local agencies and incident management
 ComB 5.3.1
                preparedness organizations
 ComB 5.3.2     Requisition and provide operational scientific support via national incident management system

 ComB 5.3.3
                Research and develop technologies for detecting chemical, biological, radiological, and explosive material
  ComB 5.3.4    Validate analytical methods to detect biological, chemical, radiological and nuclear material
 ComB 5.3.4.1   Develop analytical methods
 ComB 5.3.4.2   Validate methods
 ComB 5.3.4.3   Deploy detection systems
 ComB 5.3.4.4   Exercise/validate deployed systems
 ComB 5.3.4.5   Develop and promulgate associated consequence management procedures
 ComB 5.3.4.6   Develop, analyze and determine effectiveness of consequence management procedures
 ComB 5.3.4.7   Conduct incident management research and development
                Develop and provide high tech equipment to support building officials to locate and assess buildings
 ComB 5.3.4.8
                following a disaster

  ComB 5.4
                Coordinate the establishment of technical standards for national incident management system users
 ComB 5.4.1     Establish a performance measurements infrastructure
 ComB 5.4.2     Develop consensus-based performance standards among standards development organizations
 ComB 5.4.3     Establish working relationships among incident management organizations
                Evaluate communications and response equipment against national incident management system
  ComB 5.5
                technical standards
 ComB 5.5.1     Establish private and public sector testing laboratories
 ComB 5.5.2     Issue guidelines to ensure testing organizations are technically proficient and objective
  ComB 5.6      Conduct R&D planning for national incident management system users
 ComB 5.6.1     Determine operational needs of national incident management system users
 ComB 5.6.2     Validate, integrate, and prioritize user needs
 ComB 5.6.3     Submit user needs in development of incident management R&D agenda
 ComB 5.6.4     Coordinate R&D with preparedness organizations at all levels
 ComB 5.6.5     Integrate incident management into the national R&D agenda
  ComB 5.7      Develop scientifically-based technical guidelines for use of emergency response equipment
 ComB 5.7.1     Gather inputs from vulnerability analysis, equipment developers and standards experts
                Account for threat and vulnerability, and equipment and system capabilities, under varying conditions in
 ComB 5.7.2
                developing training guidelines
                Enhance laboratory capabilities and capacities to enable protection from a wide spectrum of traditional
  ComB 5.8
                and non-traditional agents
                Establish local awareness regarding a requirement to use the laboratory response network (LRN) to
 ComB 5.8.1
                confirm biological agents
                Facilitate the improvement of analytical and technical capabilities in screening, surveillance, monitoring,
  ComB 5.9
                detection and testing

Common C        Communications
               Develop communication plans, policies, procedures, and systems that support required
  ComC 1       communications with all Federal, regional, State, local and tribal governments and agencies as
               well as voluntary agencies
 ComC 1.1      Establish policies and procedures for communications and warnings
               Develop a continuous improvement plan that enriches interoperable communications to provide advanced
ComC 1.1.1
               customer service, reliability, and operational effectiveness
 ComC 1.2      Develop interoperability and compatibility criteria
               Develop procedures for the exchange of voice and data with Federal, regional, State, local and tribal
ComC 1.2.1
               agencies as well as voluntary agencies
               Develop common communication and data standards to facilitate the exchange of information in support
ComC 1.2.2
               of response management
ComC 1.2.2.1   Establish common response communications language
               Develop a standard set of data elements for sharing information (e.g., status and pollution) across
ComC 1.2.2.2
               regional, State and local agencies
ComC 1.2.2.3   Facilitate the development of sampling and data collection information exchange standards
ComC 1.2.2.4   Facilitate the development of geospatial information exchange standards
               Facilitate the development of wireless communication and computer procedures and protocols to permit
ComC 1.2.3
               interoperability between government and local public safety organizations
 ComC 1.3      Establish and maintain information systems across response entities
               Develop interoperable telecommunication and Information Technology systems across governmental
ComC 1.3.1
               departments and agencies
 ComC 1.3.2    Develop and maintain surveillance and detection systems
ComC 1.3.2.1   Develop and maintain geographic information systems (GIS)
ComC 1.3.2.2   Develop and maintain the health alert network
ComC 1.3.2.3   Establish role of National Biosurveillance Integration System (NBIS) at the EOC
               Coordinate with telecommunications service providers to ensure all telecommunications service
ComC 1.3.4
               requirements are satisfied
               Design reliable, redundant, and robust communications systems for daily operations capable of quickly
 ComC 1.4
               reconstituting normal operations in the event of disruption or destruction
               Design reliable, redundant, and robust communications systems for daily operations capable of quickly
ComC 1.4.1
               reconstituting normal operations in the event of disruption or destruction
ComC 1.4.1.1   Establish role of the operation area satellite system (OASIS) at the EOC
               Establish a secure and redundant communications system that ensures connectivity between health care
               facilities and health departments, emergency medical services, emergency management agencies, public
ComC 1.4.2
               safety agencies, blood collection agencies, building departments, neighboring jurisdictions and Federal
               health officials

ComC 1.4.3
               Establish a national database of incident reports to support response management efforts and analysis
 ComC 1.5      Develop information systems protection procedures
               Develop and maintain automated credential verification systems to ensure proper credentialing for
ComC 1.5.1
               controlled access areas
ComC 1.5.2     Coordinate the maintenance and safeguarding of key records, building plans and documents
               Establish a national authentication and security identification certification system for emergency
ComC 1.5.3     responders, Federal, State, local and tribal personnel and other nongovernmental personnel requiring
               access to affected areas
               Develop supplemental and back-up communications and information technology plans, procedures, and
 ComC 1.6
               systems
ComC 1.6.1     Promote and facilitate the development of redundant communications networks
ComC 1.6.2     Identify emergency communications and data requirements for each stakeholder
ComC 1.6.3     Identify emergency communications staff roles and responsibilities
ComC 1.6.4     Identify available operational telecommunication assets needs for use on and off-incident site
               Complete an assessment of standard communication capabilities for the Public Safety Answering Points
ComC 1.6.5     (PSAPs) and Public Safety Communication Centers to ensure an appropriate Continuity of Operations
               Plan (COOP) is in place for public safety and service agencies' communications
 ComC 1.7      Implement the national telecommunication support plan
ComC 1.7.1     Identify priority telecommunications programs and services
               Coordinate procurement and placement of technology communication systems based on a gap analysis of
ComC 1.7.2
               requirements versus existing capabilities
               Develop plans to provide telecommunication and information technology support to Federal, regional,
ComC 1.7.3
               State, local and tribal officials and the private sector
 ComC 2        Develop and Implement Training and Exercise Programs for Response Communications
 ComC 2.1      Develop and Implement Training Programs for Response Communications
ComC 2.1.1     Develop and implement awareness training programs for response communications
               Develop exercises/drills of sufficient intensity to challenge management and operations and to test the
ComC 2.1.2
               knowledge, skills, and abilities of individuals and organizations for response communications
 ComC 2.2      Develop and Implement Exercise Programs for Response Communications
               Develop and conduct training to improve all-hazard incident management capability for response
ComC 2.2.1
               communications
               Conduct an after action review to determine strengths and shortfalls and develop a corrective plan
ComC 2.2.2
               accordingly for response communications
 ComC 3        Conduct alert and dispatch notification
 ComC 3.1      Dispatch first responders
 ComC 3.2      Dispatch secondary response agencies
 ComC 3.3      Implement government and NGO agency notification protocols and procedures
               Request external resources using EMAC and other mutual aid/assistance processes (inter- and intra-
 ComC 3.4
               State)
  ComC 4       Provide Incident Command/First Responder/First Receiver/Interoperable Communications
  ComC 4.1     Establish and maintain response communications systems on-site
 ComC 4.1.1    Verify immediately that critical communication links among first responders are functioning
  ComC 4.2     Implement response communications interoperability plans and protocols
 ComC 4.2.1    Communicate internal incident response information
ComC 4.2.1.1   Use established common response communications language (i.e., plain English)
               Coordinate incident site communications within a National Incident Management System (NIMS) compliant
ComC 4.2.2
               framework
               Report and document the incident by completing and submitting required forms, reports, documentation,
ComC 4.2.3
               and follow-up notations on immediate response communications
  ComC 4.3     Implement information systems protection procedures
  ComC 5       Provide EOC Communications Support
  ComC 5.1     Develop NIMS compliant incident site communications plan
  ComC 5.2     Establish and maintain communications organization/operation with EOC/MACC
  ComC 5.3     Establish and maintain interoperable information systems within EOC
 ComC 5.3.1    Establish communications resource requirements
ComC 5.3.1.1   Coordinate placement of latest technology that is available to agencies participating in response
               Coordinate and provide telecommunication and information technology support to Federal, regional, State,
ComC 5.3.1.2
               local and tribal officials and the private sector

ComC 5.3.1.3   Coordinate and open State communications support/channels to local and tribal government and the
               private-sector to assist in awareness, prevention, response and recovery communication activities
ComC 5.3.2     Implement communication security procedures and systems
ComC 5.3.3     Assure redundant communications circuits/channels are available for use
ComC 5.3.4     Activate back-up information systems as needed
 ComC 5.4      Coordinate communications policy and procedures across response entities
ComC 5.4.1     Disseminate information to emergency managers and responders
ComC 5.4.2     Coordinate with the response organization and other responders to share information
ComC 5.4.3     Coordinate information transfer between and among Incident Command Post
               Coordinate information transfer from the incident scene to the MACS (e.g. Emergency Operations Center
ComC 5.4.4
               (EOC))
               Provide direction, information, and/or support as appropriate to the incident command (IC), unified
 ComC 5.4.5
               command (UC), and/or joint field office(s)
 ComC 5.4.6    Provide response information across jurisdictional boundaries
               Maintain a common operating picture (COP) for real time sharing of information with all the participating
  ComC 5.5
               entities to ensure all responder agencies are working from the same information
  ComC 5.6     Monitor communications and information systems
 ComC 5.6.1    Develop incident log
 ComC 5.6.2    Update responder information
  ComC 6       Provide Federal Facilities, Task Force, and Recovery Assistance Interoperable Communications
  ComC 7       Return communication system to normal operations
  ComC 7.1     Initiate interoperable deactivation procedures
  ComC 7.2     Assist in deactivation of telecommunication resources and assets .
  ComC 7.3     Maintain audit and reports on all telecommunications support provided.

Common D       Training and Exercises
  ComD 1       Develop and conduct training to improve all-hazard incident management capability
  ComD 1.1     Develop preparedness plans for identifying and meeting training needs
 ComD 1.1.1    Conduct gap analysis to identify training needs
               Develop and disseminate national standards, guidelines and protocols, for incident management training
  ComD 1.2     and exercises

 ComD 1.2.1    Facilitate the definition of general training requirements and approved training courses for all NIMS users
  ComD 1.3     Develop standardized training courses
               Develop standardized training courses on incident command and management, structure, coordination,
 ComD 1.3.1    processes, and procedures
               Develop standardized training courses focused on discipline-specific and agency-specific subject-matter
 ComD 1.3.2    expertise applicable to all jurisdictions and sectors for all incident management
               Provide information through training on how to access Federal subject matter experts and necessary
 ComD 1.3.2    Federal assets
ComD 1.3.2.1   Review and approve discipline-specific requirements and courses
               Develop and conduct training courses for the incident command safety officer emphasizing all-hazards
 ComD 1.3.3    approach to responder health and safety
 ComD 1.3.4    Develop training for non-responder personnel
  ComD 1.4     Implement standardized training courses
 ComD 1.4.1    Coordinate training of responders, emergency staffs, health care providers and trainees
 ComD 1.4.2    Coordinate training of emergency operations center staff

ComD 1.4.2.1   Maintain and expand training and exercise programs to prepare volunteers for terrorism incident support
               Coordinate training with mutual aid and volunteer organizations and volunteers to assist with response
 ComD 1.4.3    service needs

 ComD 1.4.4    Train elected officials on incident command structure and emergency management responsibilities
               Develop and conduct refresher training course in a condensed form that emphasizes any changes or
 ComD 1.4.5    additions
 ComD 1.4.6    Ensure that trained and equipped personnel are available to execute the planning requirements
  ComD 1.5     Evaluate standardized training courses
 ComD 1.5.1    Develop readiness assessments of responders and emergency staffs
 ComD 1.5.2    Evaluate training through multiple methods including drills and exercises
               Identify existing training courses that can be incorporated into a master list that addresses the new critical
               aspects of incident management including the interaction of skilled support workers and traditional first
 ComD 1.5.3    responders including building official
               Develop exercises/drills of sufficient intensity to challenge management and operations and to test
  ComD 2       the knowledge, skills, and abilities of individuals and organizations
  ComD 2.1    Participate in jurisdictional, regional, interState and cross border exercises
              Develop a process to review and analyze lessons learned from real-world incidents and
  ComD 2.2    exercises/evaluations for best practices to implement corrections and update plans
 ComD 2.2.1   Develop lessons learned reports and procedures
 ComD 2.2.2   Review incident after-action reports and update preparedness plan
 ComD 2.2.3   Develop and review after-action reports (AAR) to identify problems and lessons learned
 ComD 2.2.4   Develop plan to correct problems and evaluate AAR improvement/corrective actions
 ComD 2.2.5   Track implementation of lessons learned and AAR improvement/corrective actions

 ComD 2.2.6   Collect and compile best practices from industry and government to enhance existing security practices
 ComD 2.2.7   Develop improvement/corrective action and mitigation plans

Common E      Risk Management
  ComE 1      Develop Risk Framework
              Ensure senior leadership communicates in writing the risk framework and intent to use risk analysis to all
  ComE 1.1
              stakeholders
  ComE 2      Assess Risks
  ComE 2.1    Conduct criticality analysis (also known as screening) to identify potential targets
  ComE 2.2    Conduct vulnerability assessments to assess vulnerability of potential targets to identified threats
  ComE 2.3    Conduct consequence analysis of critical targets
  ComE 2.4    Conduct threat assessment of potential targets
              Conduct or obtain intelligence community threat/hazard analysis through State or local Interagency
 ComE 2.4.1
              Working Groups (Joint Terrorism Task Force) to identify threats to potential targets
              Obtain intelligence reporting and the receipt of the threat data through the Department of Homeland
 ComE 2.4.2
              Security’s Homeland Infrastructure Threat and Risk Analysis Center (HITRAC)
  ComE 2.5    Calculate risk to potential targets based on threat, vulnerability, and consequence
  ComE 2.6    Establish relative order of priorities for risk mitigation among risk portfolio
              Conduct response and recovery capabilities analysis to determine capability to respond to and recover
  ComE 2.7
              from the occurrence of identified risks
  ComE 3      Prioritize Risks
  ComE 3.1    Identify potential protection, prevention, and mitigation strategies for high-risk targets
              Prioritize identified strategies by risk reduction expected outcomes appreciating the various threat,
  ComE 3.2
              vulnerabilities, and consequences that affect that community, system or asset
  ComE 4      Develop Business Case
  ComE 4.1    Select risk reduction solutions for implementation based on risk reduction strategies
  ComE 5      Manage Risk
  ComE 5.1    Monitor the progress of solution implementation
 ComE 5.1.1   Undertake corrective actions
  ComE 6      Conduct Risk Communication
              Share the assessment of sector-specific infrastructure risk with interdependent entities within appropriate
  ComE 6.1
              sectors
PREVENT MISSION AREA (Click on a Capability to see its associated tasks)
   CBRNE Detection
   Information Gathering and Recognition of Indicators and Warnings
   Intelligence Analysis and Production
   Intelligence/Information Sharing and Dissemination
   Law Enforcement Investigation and Operations

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.

Prevent A1a     Identification and Tracking of Suspected Terrorists
                Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for identification and tracking of suspected
   PreA1a 1
                terrorists
                Develop and implement training and exercise programs for identification and tracking of
   PreA1a 2
                suspected terrorists
  PreA1a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for identification and tracking of suspected terrorists
                Law Enforcement and other appropriate agencies have the capacity to identify items and materials used
 PreA1a 2.1.1   by terrorist organizations to carry out attacks and then can recognize suspicious activities involving these
                items or materials
                General public is familiar with and utilizes pre-defined notification processes to advise Law Enforcement of
 PreA1a 2.1.2
                suspicious activity
 PreA1a 2.1.4   Key private sector businesses notify Law Enforcement of potential terrorist activities
  PreA1a 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for identification and tracking of suspected terrorists
   PreA1a 3     Conduct surveillance and information collection and produce intelligence
   PreA1a 4     Evaluate, integrate, analyze and interpret information
   PreA1a 5     Coordinate intelligence operations, analysis and dissemination
  PreA1a 5.1    Establish responsibility for management of intelligence and surveillance assets
  PreA1a 5.2    Coordinate information gathering and sharing across emergency support functions
  PreA1a 5.4    Collect information about threats to the Nation’s food supply



Prevent A1b     Information Gathering and Recognition of Indicators and Warning
                Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for Information Gathering and Recognition of
   PreA1b 1
                Indicators and Warnings
                Develop and maintain operationally sound policies to comply with regulatory, statutory, privacy, and other
  PreA1b 1.1
                issues that may govern the gathering of information
 PreA1b 1.1.1   Determine intelligence and surveillance issues
 PreA1b 1.1.2   Prioritize intelligence and surveillance requirements
 PreA1b 1.1.3   Allocate intelligence and surveillance resources
                Encourage Federal, State, and local and transit agency coordination with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task
 PreA1b 1.1.4
                Force
 PreA1b 1.1.5   Develop intelligence and surveillance policy
 PreA1b 1.1.6   Prepare an intelligence and surveillance collection plan
 PreA1b 1.1.7   Define information requirements for the intelligence and agriculture communities
                Develop and maintain procedures, systems, and/or technology to process the inflow of gathered
  PreA1b 1.2
                information from all sources in a timely fashion
                Information provided by all sources includes the necessary content to enable reviewers to determine its
 PreA1b 1.2.1
                authenticity and potential validity
                Develop and provide States and tribal authorities with information needs clearly defined by the Federal
  PreA1b 1.3
                community based on the threat environment in a timely manner
 PreA1b 1.3.1   Coordinate information needs to all levels of govt
               Coordinate policies to adhere to regulatory, statutory, privacy, and other issues that may govern gathering
PreA1b 1.3.2
               of information
               Provide the Federal community with feedback on specificity and relevance of Federal information needs
  PreA1b 1.4
               products defined by the State
               Communicate information needs from Federal community and States to local law enforcement, Tribal,
  PreA1b 1.5
               private-sector, and other appropriate personnel as needed and in a timely manner
               Provide feedback from information-gathering entities to the State on specificity and relevance of State
  PreA1b 1.6
               information needs products
               Develop and communicate baseline indicators and warnings sets from Federal community to State and
  PreA1b 1.7
               Tribal authorities
               Determine within the Federal community Essential Elements of Information (EEI) that can be used to
  PreA1b 1.8
               identify terrorist operations
  PreA1b 1.9   Develop data warehousing system to facilitate data mining abilities
               Establish capability to collect Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) threat
 PreA1b 1.10
               information
               Establish intelligence gathering capabilities and trend analysis capabilities from information sharing
PreA1b 1.10.1
               systems and fusion centers across the country
               Develop and implement training and exercise programs for Information Gathering and Recognition
   PreA1b 2
               of Indicators and Warnings
               Develop and implement training programs for Information Gathering and Recognition of Indicators and
  PreA1b 2.1
               Warnings
 PreA1b 2.1.1 Develop and initiate terrorism indicator sets and relationships training programs
 PreA1b 2.1.2 Develop and distribute information gathering and reporting programs
 PreA1b 2.1.3 Create and offer advanced gathering and monitoring programs
 PreA1b 2.1.4 Provide training feedback to Federal trainers
 PreA1b 2.1.5 Federally-developed national standard training is available to Fusion center/process staff
               Train fusion center staff on fusion center processes for handling the receipt, analysis, and dissemination
PreA1b 2.1.5.1
               of intelligence
               Train analytic staff in relevant analytical methods and practices, and the region’s applicable risks, threats,
PreA1b 2.1.5.2
               and critical infrastructure
 PreA1b 2.1.6 Develop and initiate critical infrastructure surveillance technique and criteria
               Develop and implement exercise programs for Information Gathering and Recognition of Indicators and
  PreA1b 2.2
               Warnings
   PreA1b 3    Gather information
               Gather homeland security information during routine day-to-day activities and pass to appropriate
  PreA1b 3.1
               authorities
 PreA1b 3.1.1 Identify items and materials used by criminal and/or terrorist organizations to carry out attacks
 PreA1b 3.1.2 Catalog information provided by all sources and retain in a database to enable timely retrieval
               Gather information that could be used to identify terrorist operations (in addition to all hazards/all crimes
 PreA1b 3.1.3 from all sources (i.e. law enforcement, public health, public works, transportation, fire emergency medical
               entities, general public, etc.)
               Conduct information gathering operations on critical infrastructure and other potentially high-risk locations
  PreA1b 3.2
               or assets

 PreA1b 3.3      Coordinate information gathering activities with relevant local, tribal, State, and Federal entities on an
                 ongoing basis, in particular with the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) in terrorism-related cases
                 Establish short, medium, and long term coordinated information gathering policies, procedures and
PreA1b 3.3.1
                 systems
                 Coordinate law enforcement information gathering activities with relevant local, tribal, State, and federal
PreA1b 3.3.2
                 entities on an ongoing basis
 PreA1b 3.4      Plan and direct intelligence and surveillance activities

PreA1b 3.4.1
                 Receive, authenticate, and screen information for relevance at the supervisory level in a timely manner
 PreA1b 3.5      Collect strategic information
  PreA1b 3.6    Collect information on strategic situations worldwide
                Collect terrorist related information from international, national, regional, State, tribal and local jurisdictions
  PreA1b 3.7
                and agencies
  PreA1b 3.8    Collect regional and State terrorist-related information
  PreA1b 3.9    Support Federal intelligence and surveillance information collection
   PreA1b 4     Identify Suspicious Circumstances
                Recognize suspicious activities involving items and materials used by criminal and/or terrorist
  PreA1b 4.1
                organizations

  PreA1b 4.2    Recognize and identify suspicious circumstances or indicators and warnings that may be associated with
                planning, support, and operations related to potential criminal and/or terrorist-related activities
  PreA1b 4.3    Utilize a predefined notification process to advise law enforcement of suspicious activity.
                Notify law enforcement of potential terrorist activities in/around or related to private sector
  PreA1b 4.4
                businesses/operations
   PreA1b 5     Screen Information
  PreA1b 5.1    Provide guidance to create linked, compatible national database architecture
  PreA1b 5.2    Query databases or records to check for significance of information
                Maintain and update procedures and/or systems to process the inflow of gathered information from all
  PreA1b 5.3
                sources in a timely fashion
  PreA1b 6      Establish Information Needs
                Provide States, local, and tribal authorities with clearly defined information needs based on the threat
  PreA1b 6.1
                environment

  PreA1b 6.2
                All entities communicate information needs for intelligence and surveillance gathering at all levels
 PreA1b 6.2.1   Provide the Federal community with information to meet clearly defined information needs
                Provide the Federal community with feedback on specificity and relevance of Federal information needs
 PreA1b 6.2.2
                products



Prevent A1c     Intelligence Analysis and Production
   PreA1c 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for intelligence analysis and production
  PreA1c 1.1    Develop a standardized process for analytical products
                Provide terminology/lexicon glossary from Federal Government to all relevant fusion center/process
 PreA1c 1.1.1
                entities to eliminate agency-to-agency terminology confusion
                Use tear-line formats to ensure that State, local, and/or tribal officials with varying levels of clearance have
 PreA1c 1.1.2
                access to useful information
 PreA1c 1.1.3   Develop a broad, national, uniform template for analytic products
                Provide guidance for planners to develop their own current intelligence products, indications and warnings
  PreA1c 1.2
                at all levels
  PreA1c 1.3    Develop means to share regional and State indications and warnings

  PreA1c 2
                Develop and implement training and exercise programs for Intelligence Analysis and Production
  PreA1c 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for Intelligence Analysis and Production

 PreA1c 2.1.1
                Train permanent and assigned analytical staff on the intelligence cycle and developing analytic products
 PreA1c 2.1.2   Develop national standard for training fusion center/process staff
 PreA1c 2.1.3   Provide training for homeland security intelligence analysts
                Provide intelligence training and facilities support to State and local, international, and federal law
 PreA1c 2.1.4
                enforcement personnel
 PreA1c 2.1.5   Provide training for law enforcement in agriculture intelligence
  PreA1c 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for Intelligence Analysis and Production
   PreA1c 3     Establish Fusion Center
                Establish and maintain a fusion center/process using the national guidelines and standards; co-locate with
  PreA1c 3.1
                an existing entity if practicable/desirable
PreA1c 3.1.1   Establish all-source intelligence fusion center
               Establish regional multi-disciplinary, all-source information/intelligence fusion center/process which
PreA1c 3.1.2
               undertakes an all-hazards and all crimes approach
 PreA1c 3.2    Sustain technical and procedural connectivity with critical intelligence and information streams
PreA1c 3.2.1   Access intelligence and information repositories at all levels of classification as necessary
PreA1c 3.2.2   Ensure appropriate technological redundancy
               Establish and maintain communications, including electronic connectivity with other region fusion
PreA1c 3.3
               center/processes
               Relay/Pass terrorist-related information to the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) and FBI Field
PreA1c 3.4
               Intelligence Group (FIG)
               Incorporate the fusion center/process principles of the Criminal Intelligence Model Policy (International
PreA1c 3.5
               Association of Chiefs of Police [IACP])
PreA1c 3.6     Adhere to privacy and security rules in operating fusion center/process
               Assign fusion center personnel with diverse subject matter expertise from key relevant departments,
PreA1c 3.7
               organizations, agencies or offices on a permanent, or liaison basis
PreA1c 3.8     Provide intelligence analysts at Fusion center/process with access to collected information
PreA1c 3.9     Fusion center/process integrates and analyzes relevant information/intelligence
               Analytic products developed by Fusion center/processes are consumer tailored, clear, objective, and
PreA1c 3.9.1   support the development of performance-driven, risk-based prevention, protection, and response
               programs at all levels
 PreA1c 4      Review Information
               Receive, extract, or collect information from all available sources, including all relevant databases and
PreA1c 4.1     systems available to the State fusion center, on a continuous basis and with appropriate technological
               redundancy

               Ensure that unclassified briefings, reports and alerts are used whenever possible to provide credible
PreA1c 4.2
               information that allows public safety, private sector and non-law enforcement agencies to develop
               intelligence- and information-driven prevention plans without compromising source or collection methods
 PreA1c 5      Analyze Information/Intelligence
               Prioritize intelligence based on relevance of the information and the finished intelligence products to
PreA1c 5.1
               potential threat elements
PreA1c 5.2     Utilize multiple information/intelligence analysis techniques

PreA1c 5.2.1
               Blend, reconcile, and de-conflict data, information, and intelligence received from multiple sources
PreA1c 5.2.2   Identify patterns and trends that may indicate emerging, immediate or long-term threat condition
               Identify links between terrorism related intelligence and information related to traditional criminal activity so
PreA1c 5.2.3
               as to identify activities indicative of an imminent or potential threat
               Utilize any and all relevant and useful analytical methodologies, tools, and technology that provide a more
PreA1c 5.2.4
               comprehensive and useful product
 PreA1c 6      Develop Analytic Products
               Provide briefings, reports and/or alerts tailored to recipients with detailed, specific information on actions
PreA1c 6.1
               or activities that may be indicative of an emerging threat
PreA1c 6.1.1   Prepare intelligence and surveillance products
PreA1c 6.1.2   Develop indicators and warnings
PreA1c 6.1.3   Develop current intelligence planners and decision makers at all levels

PreA1c 6.1.4
               Develop general intelligence for Federal, State, tribal, regional and local planners and decision makers
PreA1c 6.1.5   Develop scientific and technical intelligence for R&D and counter-terrorism planning

PreA1c 6.2
               Analyze information needs on a continuous basis for short-and long-term intelligence requirements
               Archive information and intelligence in a searchable repository to support future efforts by all fusion
PreA1c 6.3
               analysts
PreA1c 6.4     Vet and review products prior to distribution
Prevent A1d     Intelligence/Information Sharing
   PreA1d 1     Develop plans, policies, programs, and systems for intelligence information sharing
  PreA1d 1.1    Identify appropriate intelligence information sharing personnel
                Identify all Federal, State, regional, tribal, and local stakeholders for inclusion in the information sharing
 PreA1d 1.1.1
                framework

 PreA1d 1.1.2
                Identify non-law enforcement governmental entities and officials in the information sharing framework

 PreA1d 1.1.3   Identify appropriate law enforcement and other enforcement governmental personnel for receipt of
                security clearances at an appropriate level to ensure effective dissemination of critical information

  PreA1d 1.2
                Develop intelligence information sharing network

 PreA1d 1.2.1
                Develop information sharing network standards: survivable; interoperable; compatible; secure; accessible
 PreA1d 1.2.2   Develop alternate, supplemental, and back-up routing procedures
                Develop and maintain operationally sound policies to comply with regulatory, statutory, privacy, and other
  PreA1d 1.3
                issues that may govern the gathering of information
                Develop policies and processes to enhance sharing of intelligence and surveillance information within and
 PreA1d 1.3.1
                between regions and States and with Federal and local agencies
  PreA1d 1.4    Develop regulatory, statutory, and/or privacy policies
                Develop a clearly defined process for preventing, reporting, and addressing the inappropriate disclosure of
 PreA1d 1.4.1
                information and/or intelligence
                Develop a clearly defined mechanism/process (reduced to a single pipeline wherever possible or prudent)
 PreA1d 1.4.2
                for sharing information/intelligence between Federal and State sources
                Establish alternative, supplemental, and back-up mechanisms for routing information and/or intelligence to
 PreA1d 1.4.3
                the necessary agencies
   PreA1d 2     Develop and implement training and exercise programs for intelligence information sharing
  PreA1d 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for intelligence information sharing
                Train appropriate personnel on intelligence/information sharing and disseminate processes and
 PreA1d 2.1.1
                procedures
  PreA1d 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for intelligence information sharing
                Design and conduct exercises to test Intelligence/Information Sharing and Dissemination tasks within a
 PreA1d 2.2.1
                single unit and jointly with other jurisdictions and levels of government
                Identify all pertinent stakeholders across all disciplines and incorporate them into the information
  PreA1d 3
                flow
                Share information and/or intelligence between Federal, State, local, and tribal levels by using clearly
  PreA1d 3.1
                defined mechanisms/processes
                Adhere to predefined security clearances and need-to-know parameters when disseminating information
 PreA1d 3.1.1
                and intelligence
                Comply with regulatory, statutory, privacy-related, and other issues that may govern the sharing of
 PreA1d 3.1.2
                information
 PreA1d 3.1.3   Prevent, report, and/or address inappropriate disclosures of information and/or intelligence
  PreA1d 4      Vertically Flow Information
  PreA1d 4.1
                Share intelligence and information systematically between Federal and State entities in a timely manner
                Disseminate relevant intelligence and/or information from Federal or State entities to local authorities in a
 PreA1d 4.1.1
                usable format and in a timely manner
                Provide relevant intelligence and/or information from local authorities to Federal or State entities in a
 PreA1d 4.1.2
                usable format and in a timely manner

 PreA1d 4.1.3
                Disseminate relevant information and/or intelligence products to street-level law enforcement personnel
  PreA1d 4.2    Share intelligence and information through proper security channels
                Disseminate timely and accurate national strategic and threat intelligence consistent with security
 PreA1d 4.2.1
                clearances as appropriate
 PreA1d 4.2.2   Declassify or provide tear lines for relevant information and/or intelligence
                Flow information vertically (from the Federal level through regions) within law enforcement and other
  PreA1d 4.3
                appropriate agencies in a timely and effective manner
                Provide intelligence and/or information from Federal or State entities to local authorities in a timely manner
 PreA1d 4.3.1
                and useable format
                Intelligence and/or information passed from local authorities to Federal or State entities is relevant and in
 PreA1d 4.3.2
                a useable format
                There are adequate numbers of trained personnel at all levels (especially at dispatch or communications
 PreA1d 4.3.3
                centers) to process and disseminate information
   PreA1d 5     Horizontally Flow Information
                Adhere to horizontal coordination across jurisdictions among law enforcement and other appropriate
  PreA1d 5.1
                agencies at all levels through effective and timely information sharing
 PreA1d 5.1.1   Share intelligence and/or information across disciplines in a timely and effective manner
 PreA1d 5.1.2   Utilize a predefined notification process to advise law enforcement of suspicious activity
                Provide information across all disciplines (among departments, EMS units, public works, the private
 PreA1d 5.1.3
                sector, etc. at all levels) and across jurisdictions in a timely and efficient manner
                Structure dissemination and information sharing mechanisms so that private-sector entities receive
  PreA1d 5.2    accurate, timely, and unclassified information that is updated frequently and is consistent with their formal
                intelligence requirements
  PreA1d 5.3    Provide intelligence to key stakeholders (ie via ISAC), private sector and government

  PreA1d 5.4
                Provide finished intelligence products to planners and decision makers to all levels as appropriate

  PreA1d 5.5
                Provide follow-on intelligence support to planners and decision makers to all levels as appropriate

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.

Prevent A1e     CBRNE Detection
   PreA1e 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for CBRNE
  PreA1e 1.1
                Develop standards for CBRNE detection technologies, including sensitivity and selectivity standards
  PreA1e 1.2    Develop and implement global standards for cargo screening for CBRNE material
  PreA1e 1.3    Develop protocols for resolving CBRNE alarms and the detection of suspect material
                Develop effective process for escalating information about illicit activities/discoveries to the appropriate
 PreA1e 1.3.1
                authorities
                Develop security standards for international supply chains and promote partnerships with industry and
  PreA1e 1.4    foreign government to extend the security standards of the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism
                (C-TPAT)
                Establish coordination and/or mutual aid agreements with external CBRNE detection and alarm resolution
  PreA1e 1.5
                capabilities
  PreA1e 1.6    Establish key personnel training standards for CBRNE detection
                Develop procedures to facilitate the exchange of information and data among Federal, State, local and
  PreA1e 1.7
                tribal agencies
  PreA1e 1.8    Establish policies and procedures for communications and warnings pertaining to CBRNE
  PreA1e 1.9    Establish and maintain interoperable information systems network

 PreA1e 1.10
                Conduct CBRNE detection requirements analysis for Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CI/KR)
                Develop regional CBRNE coordination plans or activities that involve all Federal, State, local, tribal and
 PreA1e 1.11
                private stakeholders
                Research and develop technologies for detecting chemical, biological and radiological, nuclear, and
 PreA1e 1.12
                explosive material
 PreA1e 1.13    Develop and implement equipment acquisition and certification standards
 PreA1e 1.14     Develop technology standards for government and private sector

 PreA1e 1.15
                 Validate analytical methods to detect chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive material
 PreA1e 1.16     Assess prioritized critical infrastructure/key resources (CI/KR) for CBRNE detection requirement
  PreA1e 2       Develop and implement training and exercise programs for CBRNE
 PreA1e 2.1      Develop and implement training programs for CBRNE
                 Develop and implement training to enable personnel to recognize the presence of CBRNE material (e.g.,
PreA1e 2.1.1
                 first responders, law enforcement, intelligence, and medical community).
                 Develop and implement public education and training programs that enable public safety, security
PreA1e 2.1.2     personnel, targeted groups in the public sector (such as Citizen Corps) and private sector to recognize the
                 presence of CBRNE materials
PreA1e 2.1.2.1   Design and implement public education campaigns
                 Provide CBRNE support equipment and threat device handling training to operations and investigation
PreA1e 2.1.3
                 personnel
PreA1e 2.1.4     Provide technician level training to special response personnel available to interdiction site
                 Provide CBRNE support equipment and threat device handling training to operations and investigation
PreA1e 2.1.5
                 personnel
 PreA1e 2.2      Develop and implement exercise programs for CBRNE
PreA1e 2.2.1     Test and exercise CBRNE detection and resolution protocols regularly
  PreA1e 3       Detect CBRNE
 PreA1e 3.1      Publish and distribute CBRNE detection awareness material
                 Implement CBRNE detection and awareness programs for the public, private sector and key personnel (to
PreA1e 3.1.1     include: safety and security personnel, law enforcement personnel, first response personnel, and the
                 intelligence community)
PreA1e 3.1.2     Identify key land, sea and air interdiction points (e.g., sea and airports, border crossings, etc.)
                 Identify CBRNE material at points of illegal manufacture, transportation, or use within and across the
PreA1e 3.1.3
                 borders of the U.S. and its Territories
 PreA1e 3.1.4    Identify material at key interdiction points requiring further inspection
  PreA1e 3.2     Monitor a community, facility, or venue for CBRNE releases
 PreA1e 3.2.1    Investigate a venue for the possible emplacement of a CBRNE device
PreA1e 3.2.1.1   Use intelligence information to target suspect containers or shipments
PreA1e 3.2.1.2   Use intelligence information to focus CBRNE material searches and surveillance activities
                 Use medical information (e.g., syndromic surveillance and medical diagnostic tests) to focus CBRNE
PreA1e 3.2.1.3
                 detection capabilities
                 Inspect materials for potential Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE)
PreA1e 3.2.1.4
                 weapons or precursors
PreA1e 3.2.1.5   Inspect and monitor cargo at key interdiction points for potential CBRNE material
 PreA1e 3.2.2    Conduct detection of CBRNE material
PreA1e 3.2.2.1   Implement protocols for resolving CBRNE alarms and the detection of suspect material
PreA1e 3.2.2.2   Conduct ad hoc CBRNE material detection in a community and/or venue
PreA1e 3.2.2.3   Conduct continuous CBRNE material detection in a community and/or venue
PreA1e 3.2.2.4   Detect the use of CBRNE material in a community and/or venue
PreA1e 3.2.2.5   Detect illegal manufacturing of CBRNE material at potential manufacturing sites
                 Detect CBRNE material on personnel or items entering/boarding events, aircraft, mass transit, or other
PreA1e 3.2.2.6
                 high impact targets
                 Detect the ground, air, and sea transport and/or deployment of CBRNE material into and within the US
PreA1e 3.2.2.7
                 and its territories
  PreA1e 3.3     Provide technology for CBRNE detection
 PreA1e 3.3.1    Prioritize CBRNE detection technology solution standards
 PreA1e 3.3.2    Provide stand-off detection technologies
 PreA1e 3.3.3    Provide point detection technologies
 PreA1e 3.3.4    Provide technology to detect CBRNE at interdiction points
PreA1e 3.3.4.1   Research and develop relevant technology solutions
PreA1e 3.3.4.2 Develop standards for new technology
               Create an effective process to identify and integrate appropriate technology into the operational
PreA1e 3.3.4.3
               environment
               Provide technology to detect CBRNE material in the field at ad hoc inspection points, event and
 PreA1e 3.3.5
               community monitoring, and community search
  PreA1e 3.4   Develop and implement capability to search for CBRNE threats in a community or venue
 PreA1e 3.4.1 Search an area or venue for CBRNE devices or materials
               Screen people to detect CBRNE material at all ports of entry and at all Critical Infrastructure/Key
PreA1e 3.4.1.1
               Resources (CI/KR)
               Screen material (e.g., baggage, mail, etc.) to detect CBRNE material at all ports of entry (e.g. sea and
PreA1e 3.4.1.2
               airports, border crossing points, etc.) and Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CI/KR)
 PreA1e 3.4.2 Identify key interdiction sites
 PreA1e 3.4.3 Determine sensitivity and selectivity
 PreA1e 3.4.4 Identify (analyze) suspect material
 PreA1e 3.4.5
                 Implement effective escalation process of illicit activities/discoveries to the appropriate authorities
 PreA1e 3.4.6    Rigorously resolve suspect alarms or items
   PreA1e 4      Confirm & Characterize
  PreA1e 4.1     Confirm and characterize CBRNE material used in a community and/or venue
                 Provide CBRNE material detection information that can be used for attribution efforts to appropriate
  PreA1e 4.2
                 personnel to include: law enforcement and intelligence community personnel
  PreA1e 5       Communicate CBRNE Detection Incidents
                 Coordinate with investigative and intelligence community and appropriate agencies regarding current
  PreA1e 5.1
                 CBRNE threats and discoveries
                 Coordinate CBRNE material threat and discovery information with intelligence, public safety, public health,
 PreA1e 5.1.1
                 and other appropriate agencies
                 Communicate CBRNE detection activities, locations, anomalies and their resolution to the intelligence
 PreA1e 5.1.2
                 community and appropriate agencies
 PreA1e 5.1.3    Base surveillance and search activities on the latest threat information
                 Provide CBRNE data to appropriate personnel, to include: intelligence community, law enforcement
  PreA1e 5.2
                 personnel, first responders, and the general public



Prevent A2a      Identification and Tracking of Terrorist Motivations
                 Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for identification and tracking of terrorist
  PreA2a 1
                 motivations
                 Develop and implement training and exercises for identification and tracking of terrorist
  PreA2a 2
                 motivations
  PreA2a 2.1     Develop and implement training programs for identification and tracking of terrorist motivations
  PreA2a 2.2     Develop and implement exercise programs for identification and tracking of terrorist motivations
   PreA2a 3      Direct and coordinate the identification and tracking of terrorist motivations operations
  PreA2a 3.1     Direct and coordinate the determination of terrorist's ability to execute threats operations
   PreA2a 4      Predict transportation asset weaponization
 PreA2a 4.1.1    Trend transportation threat data
  PreA2a 4.1     Trend transportation resource data
  PreA2a 4.2     Establish reporting procedures to identify their threats/hazards at all levels
   PreA2a 5      Conduct risk assessment
  PreA2a 5.1     Prioritize risk
 PreA2a 5.1.1    Prioritize investigation based on risk assessment
  PreA2a 5.2     Prioritize threats
   PreA2a 6      Conduct threat/hazard analysis to identify threats to potential targets
  PreA2a 6.1     Conduct threat analysis for agriculture
  PreA2a 6.2     Conduct vulnerability analysis for agriculture
Prevent A3a     Recognition and Tracking of Extremism
   PreA3a 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for recognition and tracking of extremism
   PreA3a 2     Develop and implement training and exercises for recognition and tracking of extremism
  PreA3a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for recognition and tracking of extremism
  PreA3a 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for recognition and tracking of extremism
   PreA3a 3     Direct and coordinate recognition and tracking of extremism operations



Prevent A3b     Determination and Tracking of Terrorist Support
   PreA3b 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to determine and track terrorist support
   PreA3b 2     Develop and implement training and exercises to determine and track terrorist support
  PreA3b 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for determination and tracking of terrorist support
 PreA3b 2.1.1   Train special agents to detect network intrusions
  PreA3b 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for determination and tracking of terrorist support
   PreA3b 3     Direct and coordinate the determination and tracking of terrorist support operations

  PreA3b 3.1
                Protect nation’s financial infrastructure against crimes, to include currency and financial payment systems
                Investigate crimes that involve identify theft, credit card fraud, false identification documents, computer
  PreA3b 3.2
                fraud, and financial institution fraud
  PreA3b 3.3    Conduct public affairs operations for disrupting sources of terrorist support
   PreA3b 4     Enforce counterfeit statutes

  PreA3b 4.1
                Investigate violations of laws relating to counterfeiting of obligations and securities of the United States
  PreA3b 4.2    Conduct examinations on all types of electronic evidence
                Dismantle criminal organizations and the systems they use to earn, move, and store funds illegally
   PreA3b 5
                generated by smuggling, human trafficking, trade fraud, export violations, and other criminal activity




Prevent A4a     Determination of Terrorist Ability to Execute Threats
  PreA4a 1
                Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to determine terrorist's ability to execute threats

  PreA4a 2
                Develop and implement training and exercises to determine terrorist's ability to execute threats
  PreA4a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for determination of terrorist ability to execute threats

  PreA4a 2.2
                Develop and implement exercise programs for determination of terrorist ability to execute threats
   PreA4a 3     Determine potential terrorist capabilities and strategic courses of action
  PreA4a 3.1    Determine terrorist's center of gravity
  PreA4a 3.2    Determine terrorist's capability to immobilize and halt transportation systems
   PreA4a 4     Investigate the nature and source of threats



Prevent B1a     Pre-Entry Detection
   PreB1a 1     Develop, plans, policies, procedures, and systems to conduct pre-entry detection
   PreB1a 2     Develop and implement training and exercises to conduct pre-entry detection
  PreB1a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for pre-entry detection
 PreB1a 2.1.1   Design, develop, deliver, administer, and coordinate a robust screener training program
  PreB1a 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for pre-entry detection
   PreB1a 3     Conduct entry control operations
  PreB1a 3.1   Manage workforce with an appropriate mix of full-time and part-time screeners
 PreB1a 3.1.1  Screen individuals
PreB1a 3.1.1.1 Restrict movement of suspicious individuals
PreB1a 3.1.1.2 Notify proper authorities of suspicious activity
               Develop screening programs for high-risk groups (hazardous material drivers, alien flight school students,
 PreB1a 3.1.2
               etc.).
               Screen people to detect CBRNE material at all ports of entry and at all Critical Infrastructure/Key
 PreB1a 3.1.3
               Resources (CI/KR)
  PreB1a 3.2   Direct and coordinate pre-entry detection operations.
               Use and continually improve screening technologies and practices to detect terrorists and terrorist
  PreB1a 3.3
               weapons
 PreB1a 3.3.1 Expand and develop screening programs and technologies
 PreB1a 3.3.2 Provide biometric and biographic screening information
PreB1a 3.3.2.1 Use biometric identifiers across immigration and border management functions
  PreB1a 3.4   Coordinate development/implementation of visa policy and regulations
 PreB1a 3.4.1 Expand the international registered traveler program to develop a low-risk, known population
 PreB1a 3.4.2 Expand the deployment of US VISIT
 PreB1a 3.4.3 Manage and maintain the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System



Prevent B2a      Port of Entry Inspection
  PreB2a 1       Develop, plans, policies, procedures, and systems to inspect port-of-entry
                 Develop regional coordination plans or activities that involve all federal, tribal, State, and local
  PreB2a 1.1
                 stakeholders
  PreB2a 1.2     Facilitate the development of processes to improve cargo security and screening capabilities
   PreB2a 2      Develop and implement training and exercises to inspect ports of entry
  PreB2a 2.1     Develop and implement training programs for port of entry inspection
  PreB2a 2.2     Develop and implement exercise programs for port of entry inspection
   PreB2a 3      Direct and coordinate Port of entry inspection operations
                 Enforce laws at Port of Entry to ensure goods entering the U.S. are compliant with applicable trade,
  PreB2a 4
                 immigration and agricultural rules and regulations



Prevent B2b      Infrastructure/Facility Access Screening
  PreB2b 1
                 Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to screen infrastructure/facility access points
  PreB2b 1.1     Disseminate awareness level training at interdiction points
  PreB2b 2       Develop and implement training and exercises to screen infrastructure/facility access points
  PreB2b 2.1     Develop and implement training programs for infrastructure/facility access screening
  PreB2b 2.2     Develop and implement exercise programs for infrastructure/facility access screening
  PreB2b 3       Direct and coordinate infrastructure/facility access screening operations



Prevent B2c      Transportation Screening
  PreB2c 1       Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems screen transportation
                 Facilitate the development of processes to improve security at key points and at access points of critical
  PreB2c 1.1
                 infrastructure
  PreB2c 2       Develop and implement training and exercises to screen transportation
  PreB2c 2.1     Develop and implement training programs for transportation screening
  PreB2c 2.2     Develop and implement exercise programs for transportation screening
  PreB2c 3       Direct and coordinate transportation screening operations
Prevent B2d     Credentialing
  PreB2d 1      Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to provide credentials
  PreB2d 1.1    Develop and implement transportation worker identification credentialing (TWIC) system
  PreB2d 1.2    Establish credentialing procedures for licensing and training of transportation workers
  PreB2d 2      Develop and implement training and exercises to provide credentialing
  PreB2d 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for credentialing
  PreB2d 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for credentialing
  PreB2d 3      Direct and coordinate credentialing operations
  PreB2d 3.1    Implement transportation workers' background investigations and credentialing program
  PreB2d 3.2    Conduct background checks



PreB3a          Border Control
   PreB3a 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to control the border
                Facilitate the development of processes to improve chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear,
 PreB3a 1.2
                and explosive detection capabilities
   PreB3a 2     Develop and implement training and exercises to control the border
  PreB3a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for border control
 PreB3a 2.1.1   Provide WMD awareness training to motor coach industry as a mitigation strategy
  PreB3a 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for border control
   PreB3a 3     Direct and coordinate border control operations
                Use advanced information, targeting and technology on the ground, on the water, and in the air
 PreB3a 3.1     to prevent the entry of terrorists, terrorist weapons, and other high-risk people and goods
                between and among States, Tribes, and international trade partners
                Use advance information, targeting and technology on the ground, on the water, and in the air to
 PreB3a 3.1.1   prevent the entry of terrorists, terrorist weapons, and other high risk people and goods into the
                US at or between the Ports of Entry
 PreB3a 3.2     Interdict, preempt or disrupt, and neutralize the weaponization of transportation assets
                Obtain operational control of borders through the balanced deployment of personnel, tactical
 PreB3a 3.3
                infrastructure, and technology
                Provide technology including radiation portal monitors and non-intrusive inspection equipment,
 PreB3a 3.3.1   and automated tools with appropriate training at and between ports of entry to ensure the
                identification of high-risk travel and trade
                Use State-of-the art non-intrusive inspection technology to screen international cargo and
 PreB3a 3.3.2
                conveyances for weapons of mass effect and other contraband at Ports of Entry
                Purchase and install explosives detection systems and explosives trace detection equipment to
 PreB3a 3.3.3   comply with the Aviation and Transportation Security Act's (ATSA) 100% electronic screening
                requirement for checked baggage while achieving staffing efficiencies

                Develop and implement additional layers for defense/detection, including training and
                procedures for border control agencies, local and regional law enforcement in CBRNE
 PreB3a 3.3.4
                preventive measures such as inspections, surveillance, security, counterintelligence and
                infrastructure protection; including the provision of technology (including radiation portal monitors
                and non-intrusive inspection equipment) and automated tools with appropriate training
                Develop security standards for international supply chains and promote partnerships with
 PreB3a 3.3.5   industry and foreign government to extend the security standards of the Customs-Trade
                Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)
                Enforce standards that control the spread of animal disease between States, Tribes, and
 PreB3a 3.3.6
                international trade partners
  PreB3a 3.4    Manage monitoring activities
 PreB3a 3.4.1   Monitor key assets
   PreB3a 4   Conduct border control operations
  PreB3a 4.1  Monitor border
 PreB3a 4.1.1 Deploy detection systems
 PreB3a 4.1.2 Track movements of domestic and wild animals
  PreB3a 4.2  Report observations
              Patrol, coordinate surveillance, detect, intercept, board, and if necessary apprehend
   PreB3a 5   fishing vessels to ensure compliance with regulations protecting the health of the
              biomass
              Conduct inspections of vessels and facilities to ensure compliance with domestic and
  PreB3a 5.1
              international laws and conventions
              Conduct patrols to detect, survey, intercept and if necessary apprehend persons involved in
  PreB3a 5.2
              illegal activities, such as smuggling of animals and animal products
              Conduct patrols to detect, survey, intercept and if necessary seize vessels involved in illegal
 PreB3a 5.2.1
              activities, such as smuggling animals and animal products
              Conduct patrols to detect, survey, intercept and if necessary apprehend persons involved in
  PreB3a 5.3
              illegal activities, such as drug smuggling, illegal migration and terrorist activity
              Conduct patrols to detect, survey, intercept, board and if necessary seize vessels involved in
 PreB3a 5.3.1
              illegal activities, such as drug smuggling, illegal migration and terrorist activity
  PreB3a 5.4 Conduct investigative air, maritime, ground and electronic surveillance and monitoring


Prevent C1a     Law Enforcement Investigation and Operations
                Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for law enforcement investigation and
   PreC1a 1
                operations
                Establish an infrastructure by which States and local governments can exchange terrorism and crime
  PreC1a 1.1
                information

  PreC1a 1.2
                Jurisdictions are compliant with NRP and NIMS (National Incident Management System) as appropriate
                Develop, implement, and maintain an interagency or multi-jurisdictional training plan that ensures
                commonality in terrorism investigation subject matter being presented to law enforcement (State, local,
  PreC1a 1.3
                tribal) and non-law enforcement (Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), public health and safety)
                personnel
  PreC1a 1.4    Conduct coordinated incident response actions
                Develop a government-wide program to ensure that the armed services (e.g, maritime forces) and
  PreC1a 1.5    appropriate law enforcement agencies have the capability to operate together in a mutually supportive and
                complementary role
                Develop, implement, and maintain a plan for using Federal specialized units or personnel in conjunction
  PreC1a 1.6
                with an active investigation of a critical event
                Develop procedures for conducting appropriate background investigations on personnel applying for
  PreC1a 1.7
                sensitive positions in government, law enforcement, and the private sector

   PreC1a 2
                Develop and implement training and exercises for law enforcement investigation and operations
  PreC1a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for law enforcement investigation and operations

 PreC1a 2.1.1
                Train appropriate investigative personnel in the proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
 PreC1a 2.1.2   Provide training in general safety procedures for a variety of potentially hazardous environments
  PreC1a 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for law enforcement investigation and operations
                Appropriate investigative units and/or personnel are capable of functioning in potentially hazardous and
 PreC1a 2.2.1
                CBRNE environments and situations
                Design and conduct exercises to test Law Enforcement Investigation and Operations tasks within a single
 PreC1a 2.2.2
                unit and jointly with other jurisdictions and levels of government
   PreC1a 3     Conduct Investigations
  PreC1a 3.1    Conduct law enforcement investigations of terrorist activities
 PreC1a 3.2    Conduct counter-terrorism operations
               Law enforcement personnel are able to carry out effective investigations of criminal/suspicious activities
 PreC1a 3.2.1
               potentially related to terrorism
               Law enforcement and other appropriate personnel effectively receive, develop, and share information to
PreC1a 3.2.1.1
               aid in the conduct of an investigation
               Coordinate with officials from critical infrastructure, key resources and the private-sector to facilitate an
PreC1a 3.2.1.2
               investigation
  PreC1a 3.3   Law enforcement engages in effective source development activities
  PreC1a 3.4   Develop and maintain incident response plans
  PreC1a 3.5   Recognize terrorism indications and warnings that arise during the course of investigations

PreC1a 3.5.1
                 Recognize indicators and warnings of potential terrorist-related activity during criminal investigations

PreC1a 3.5.2
                 Maintain ability to address CBRNE hazards that may be encountered during the course of an investigation
 PreC1a 3.6      Conduct targeted outreach with private businesses related to an investigation
 PreC1a 3.7      Engage in effective source development activities, including maintaining source confidentiality
 PreC1a 3.8      Use communications mechanisms to aid investigative and operational activities
 PreC1a 3.9      Implement proper procedures and processes when conducting terrorism-related investigations
PreC1a 3.9.1     Follow standard crime-scene procedures
PreC1a 3.9.2     Gather, catalogue, and preserve evidence for prosecutorial purposes and attribution
PreC1a 3.9.3     Interview witnesses and victims
PreC1a 3.9.4     Identify suspects
PreC1a 3.9.5     Seek appropriate court authorities
PreC1a 3.9.6     Locate suspects
PreC1a 3.9.7     Conduct surveillance of suspects
  PreC1a 4       Share Information Related to Investigations
 PreC1a 4.1
                 Identify and maintain liaisons with appropriate lead Federal terrorism investigation entities (i.e. JTTF)
PreC1a 4.1.1     Contact JTTF in a timely fashion when any nexus to terrorism is discovered

 PreC1a 4.2
                 Conduct targeted outreach with private businesses, industries, and facilities to assist an investigation

PreC1a 4.2.1
                 Conduct targeted outreach with Federal, State, local, and tribal governments to assist an investigation

 PreC1a 4.3
                 Establish, use, and maintain clear lines of reporting for information related to ongoing investigations
                 Share investigation-related information across jurisdictions and among law enforcement and other
PreC1a 4.3.1
                 agencies as appropriate
                 Deliver investigation-related information through pre-established channels appropriate for the originating
PreC1a 4.3.2
                 source
PreC1a 4.3.3     Follow up with reporting entity if more information is necessary.
 PreC1a 4.4      Provide investigators with timely threat and intelligence information.

 PreC1a 4.5
                 Follow legal protocols on handling and disseminating information related to an ongoing investigation.
  PreC1a 5       Deploy Specially Trained Personnel
 PreC1a 5.1      Maintain access to special operations teams (e.g., SWAT teams)
PreC1a 5.1.1     Dispatch special operations teams according to standard policies and procedures.
PreC1a 5.1.2     Maintain access to personnel with specialized skills (e.g., foreign language fluency)
 PreC1a 5.2      Conduct tactical deployment
 PreC1a 5.3      Conduct surveillance of suspects
 PreC1a 5.4      Secure incident scene
 PreC1a 5.5      Assess incident and develop action plan
 PreC1a 5.6      Conduct hostage negotiations
 PreC1a 5.7      Determine and don appropriate PPE
               Conduct tactical entry to disarm, detain, or otherwise render harmless the suspects in accordance with the
  PreC1a 5.8
               use of force policy/rules of engagement
  PreC1a 5.9   Execute search and seizure procedures
 PreC1a 5.9.1 Apprehend suspects
PreC1a 5.9.1.1 Conduct public affairs operations for suspect investigation and apprehension
 PreC1a 5.9.2 Interview suspects
               Translate documents and discourse, and conduct interviews in languages other than English when
PreC1a 5.9.2.1
               appropriate
 PreC1a 5.9.3 Detain suspects
 PreC1a 5.9.4 Transport suspects
               Immediately share intelligence information from an operation and archive all data in appropriate formats to
 PreC1a 5.10
               allow for quick retrieval for subsequent analysis and investigation
 PreC1a 5.11 Conduct mission debrief



Prevent C2a     Interdiction/Seizure of Materials
   PreC2a 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to interdict/seize materials
   PreC2a 2     Develop and implement training and exercises to interdict/seize materials
  PreC2a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for interdict/seize materials
  PreC2a 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs interdict/seize materials
   PreC2a 3     Direct and coordinate materials interdiction/seizure operations
  PreC2a 3.1
                Conduct search, seizure and/or intervention/interdiction operations using specialized units/personnel
   PreC2a 4     Identify suspect conveyances
  PreC2a 4.1    Track conveyance and/or materials
   PreC2a 5     Search for materials
  PreC2a 5.1    Inspect materials
 PreC2a 5.1.1   Identify materials
  PreC2a 5.2    Render materials safe
 PreC2a 5.2.1   Dispose of materials suspected of being, or known to be, dangerous
  PreC2a 5.3    Maintain custody of materials
  PreC2a 5.4    Safely transport materials
  PreC2a 5.5    Conduct public affairs operations for material seizure activities
  PreC2a 5.6    Safely store materials



Prevent C3a     Defeat of Weapons
   PreC3a 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to defeat weapons
   PreC3a 2     Develop and implement training and exercises to defeat weapons
  PreC3a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for defeat of weapons
  PreC3a 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for defeat of weapons
   PreC3a 3     Direct and coordinate weapon defeat operations
  PreC3a 3.1    Conduct threat modeling and simulation
 PreC3a 3.1.1   Study the effects and implementation of weaponizing transportation assets
   PreC3a 4     Implement tactical operations to interdict, preempt, or disrupt terrorist activities
  PreC3a 4.1    Identify weapon
  PreC3a 4.2    Track weapon/delivery system
  PreC3a 4.3    Neutralize weapon delivery system
  PreC3a 4.4    Secure weapon
 PreC3a 4.4.1   Render weapon safe
  PreC3a 4.5    Safely transport weapon
  PreC3a 4.6    Divert weapon/delivery system
Prevent C3b    Denial of Access to Materials that may be Weaponized
   PreC3b 1    Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to deny access
   PreC3b 2    Develop and implement training and exercises to deny access
  PreC3b 2.1   Develop and implement training programs for denying access
  PreC3b 2.2   Develop and implement exercise programs for denying access
   PreC3b 3    Direct and coordinate denial of access



Prevent C5a    Prosecution of Suspects
   PreC5a 1    Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to prosecute suspected terrorists
  PreC5a 1.1   Provide for appeals process
   PreC5a 2    Develop and implement training and exercises to prosecute suspected terrorists
  PreC5a 2.1   Develop and implement training programs for the prosecution of suspects
  PreC5a 2.2   Develop and implement exercise programs for the prosecution of suspects
   PreC5a 3    Direct and coordinate the prosecution of suspected terrorists
  PreC5a 3.1   Review formal investigation
  PreC5a 3.2   Charge suspects with crime
   PreC5a 4    Conduct pretrial hearings
  PreC5a 4.1   Conduct extradition hearing where appropriate
   PreC5a 5    Adjudicate case
  PreC5a 5.1   Impose sentence for convicted terrorists
  PreC5a 5.2   Conduct deportation proceedings where appropriate
  PreC5a 5.3   Initiate asset forfeiture
PROTECT MISSION AREA (Click on a Capability to see its associated tasks)
   Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP)
   Epidemiological Surveillance and Investigation
   Food and Agriculture Safety and Defense
   Public Health Laboratory Testing

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.

Protect A1a     Critical Infrastructure Protection
                Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for managing risks to physical/cyber assets and
   ProA1a 1
                systems
  ProA1a 1.1    Develop critical infrastructure protection strategic plans
 ProA1a 1.1.1   Develop the National Infrastructure Protection Plan
 ProA1a 1.1.2   Develop sector-specific infrastructure protection plans
 ProA1a 1.1.3   Develop State and/or regional CIP plans
  ProA1a 1.2    Develop metrics for managing risks to physical/cyber assets
                Develop national metrics to measure progress and assess effectiveness of the national CI/KR protection
 ProA1a 1.2.1
                program
                Develop sector-specific metrics to measure progress and assess effectiveness of the sector-specific
 ProA1a 1.2.2
                CI/KR protection program
  ProA1a 1.3    Establish sector-specific coordinating mechanisms
 ProA1a 1.3.1   Establish Government Coordinating Councils for each sector
 ProA1a 1.3.2   Establish Sector Coordinating Councils for each sector
                Coordinate processes for voluntary participation in the development of national public-private
 ProA1a 1.3.3
                infrastructure continuity and contingency plans.
                Develop national risk assessment methodology and standards for critical infrastructure/key resources
  ProA1a 1.4
                (CI/KR)
 ProA1a 1.4.1   Develop risk assessment tools

 ProA1a 1.4.2
                Develop vulnerability assessment tools and methodologies to ensure comparability across sectors
  ProA1a 1.5    Establish a national critical infrastructure protection (CIP) research and development program
                Develop and implement training and exercises for managing risks to physical/cyber assets and
   ProA1a 2
                systems
  ProA1a 2.1
                Develop and implement training for evaluating and managing risks to physical/cyber assets and systems
 ProA1a 2.1.1   Develop and implement risk and vulnerability assessment training
                Develop and implement exercises to assess plans for managing risks to physical/cyber assets and
  ProA1a 2.2
                systems
 ProA1a 2.2.1   Develop a system to ―Red Team‖ CIP measures and technology
   ProA1a 3     Direct and coordinate operations for managing risks to physical/cyber assets and systems
  ProA1a 3.1    Develop sector-specific security goals
  ProA1a 3.2    Determine national risk profile (across sectors)
  ProA1a 3.3    Operate sector-specific coordinating mechanisms.
 ProA1a 3.3.1   Operate public-private partnerships for critical infrastructure protection (CIP) activities
 ProA1a 3.3.2   Operate sector-specific Government Coordinating Councils (GCCs)
 ProA1a 3.3.3   Operate sector-specific Sector Coordinating Councils (SCCs)
  ProA1a 3.4    Maintain the National Asset Database
   ProA1a 4     Identify critical infrastructure and key assets within the Nation, region, State, or local area
  ProA1a 4.1    Define sector-specific universe of infrastructure assets and systems
 ProA1a 4.1.1   Develop selection criteria to identify Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CI/KRs)
 ProA1a 4.1.2    Develop processes for collecting and maintaining sector-specific data
  ProA1a 4.2     Develop sector-specific inventories of assets
 ProA1a 4.2.1    Identify sector-specific data to be collected and sources of data
 ProA1a 4.2.2    Identify mechanisms for protecting sensitive and confidential data
 ProA1a 4.2.3    Implement data collection processes
 ProA1a 4.2.4    Identify potential transportation targets
  ProA1a 4.3     Build the National Asset Database
  ProA1a 4.4     Coordinate cross-sector inventory sharing

   ProA1a 5
                 Identify risks (consequences, vulnerabilities, and threats) to physical/cyber assets and systems
                 Conduct a top-screen consequence analysis to determine which assets and systems are high
  ProA1a 5.1
                 consequence and therefore require risk assessment
  ProA1a 5.2     Conduct vulnerability assessments of sector-specific critical infrastructure and key resources
 ProA1a 5.2.1    Identify potential consequences from an attack on a critical resource or asset

  ProA1a 5.3
               Conduct vulnerability assessments on high-consequence Critical Infrastructures/Key Resources (CI/KRs)
 ProA1a 5.3.1 Identify appropriate vulnerability assessment strategies and tools
 ProA1a 5.3.2 Conduct vulnerability assessments to assess vulnerability of potential targets to identified threats
ProA1a 5.3.2.1 Assess vulnerabilities of government and private-sector information systems
               Identify, define, evaluate vulnerabilities to recommend protective measures for assets and systems with
 ProA1a 5.3.3
               vital control systems
               Conduct detailed threat assessments on high-consequence Critical Infrastructures/Key Resources
  ProA1a 5.4
               (CI/KRs)
 ProA1a 5.4.1 Monitor threat information
 ProA1a 5.4.2 Conduct criticality analysis to identify potential targets
               Conduct response and recovery capabilities analysis to determine capability to respond to and recover
 ProA1a 5.4.3
               from identified threats
  ProA1a 5.5   Determine risk profiles of high-consequence Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CI/KRs)
 ProA1a 5.5.1 Determine risk profiles of potential targets based on threat, vulnerability, and consequence
               Map threat analysis against critical infrastructure to identify and analyze infrastructure asset vulnerabilities
 ProA1a 5.5.2
               and critical risk
 ProA1a 5.5.3 Review data on CI/KR and vulnerabilities in context of threat
 ProA1a 5.5.4 Determine risk profiles within sectors
  ProA1a 5.6
                 Conduct an interdependency analysis to determine the relationship of risks within and across sectors
                 Share the assessment of sector-specific infrastructure risk with interdependent entities within appropriate
  ProA1a 5.7
                 sectors
   ProA1a 6      Prioritize risks to CI/KR to establish protection priorities
  ProA1a 6.1
                 Prioritize high-risk Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CI/KRs) for consideration of protective measures.
                 Prioritize critical infrastructure and key assets for more immediate protection based on vulnerability
 ProA1a 6.1.1
                 assessment and threat relationships
 ProA1a 6.1.2    Prioritize assets within sectors
 ProA1a 6.1.3    Prioritize assets nationally (across sectors)
 ProA1a 6.1.4    Prioritize identified strategies by threat, vulnerabilities, and consequences
   ProA1a 7      Measure effectiveness of critical infrastructure risk management
  ProA1a 7.1     Collect and analyze national metrics data
  ProA1a 7.2     Collect and analyze sector-specific metrics data



Protect A2a      Defense and Devaluation of Physical Assets & Systems (replaces CIP)
                 Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for defense and devaluation of physical assets
   ProA2a 1
                 and systems
               Develop protective program and plans to reduce the general level of risk for the highest risk Critical
ProA2a 1.1
               Infrastructure/Key Resources (CI/KRs)
ProA2a 1.1.1   Identify potential protection, prevention, and mitigation strategies for high-risk assets
ProA2a 1.1.2   Coordinate development of standard guidelines for physical security programs
ProA2a 1.1.3   Develop other facility guidelines to reduce vulnerability

ProA2a 1.1.4
               Develop surge capacity plans to increase critical infrastructure protection (CIP) capacity during crisis

ProA2a 1.2
               Develop protective programs and plans to respond to and recover from specific threat-initiated actions
ProA2a 1.2.1   Develop strategies and plans for infrastructure response and recovery
ProA2a 1.2.2   Develop guidelines for physical asset protection and recovery
               Develop a system for locating and distributing critical components in support of response and recovery
ProA2a 1.2.3
               activities
               Facilitate development of standard measures to reconstitute capabilities, if infrastructure facilities and
ProA2a 1.2.4
               systems are damaged
               Develop public-private partnerships for critical infrastructure protection (CIP) activities for physical assets
ProA2a 1.3
               and systems
ProA2a 1.3.1   Identify potential infrastructure protection incentives for infrastructure owners in the private sector
 ProA2a 1.4    Develop and implement automatic-identification system for transportation assets
ProA2a 1.4.1   Develop strategy and policies for secure international and domestic only supply chain
 ProA2a 1.5    Develop methods to assess personnel safety and security following an incident

ProA2a 1.5.1   Develop and deploy processes and systems to ensure the secure transport of property in air and intrastate
               transportation through a combination of public-private partnerships and regulatory actions
ProA2a 1.5.2   Establish security checks for licensing and training of pilots of private and commercial aircraft

ProA2a 1.5.3
               Establish security requirements for licensing and training of commercial drivers license (CDL) holders
ProA2a 1.5.4   Establish automatic-identification system for transportation assets
ProA2a 1.5.5   Facilitate implementation of transportation company/agency/authority company security plans
 ProA2a 1.6    Develop strategies and guidelines for protection of infrastructure personnel
               Establish procedures to ensure all personnel have required personal protective equipment and are trained
ProA2a 1.6.1
               in its use
               Develop and implement joint plans/procedures with law enforcement agencies to provide surveillance and
ProA2a 1.6.2
               protection of transportation infrastructure
               Develop and implement training and exercises for defense and devaluation of physical assets and
 ProA2a 2
               systems
ProA2a 2.1     Develop and conduct training programs for critical infrastructure security
               Provide appropriate training for transportation personnel in order that they can effectively observe and
ProA2a 2.1.1
               report suspicious activity or items
ProA2a 2.1.2   Ensure development of security awareness training of all employees
ProA2a 2.1.3   Develop uniform national security awareness training for surface transportation employees
 ProA2a 2.2    Develop and conduct exercise programs to test critical infrastructure security plans
  ProA2a 3     Direct and coordinate defense and devaluation of physical assets and systems
 ProA2a 3.1    Select appropriate protective measures or programs for physical assets and systems
               Select risk reduction solutions for implementation based on threat, vulnerabilities, and consequences as
ProA2a 3.1.1
               well as risk reduction potential and cost

ProA2a 3.1.2
               Identify cost-effective protection strategies to reduce risk and mitigate consequences to physical assets
ProA2a 3.1.3   Assist local communities with verification of critical assets and validation of protective measures
 ProA2a 3.2    Coordinate funding and resources to address targeted priorities for protecting physical assets
 ProA2a 3.3    Monitor the effectiveness of protective measures or programs for protecting physical assets
               Monitor the progress of solution implementation and undertake corrective actions to prevent physical
ProA2a 3.3.1
               attacks.
   ProA2a 4      Implement programs to deter potential attackers to physical CI/KR assets
  ProA2a 4.1     Implement detection measures to protect physical assets
 ProA2a 4.1.1    Implement surveillance measures around and inside transportation infrastructure/facilities
                 Direct and conduct actions necessary to deny access or entry into designated regions, areas, installations,
  ProA2a 4.2
                 and critical infrastructure sites
  ProA2a 4.3     Implement employee monitoring to protect physical assets

  ProA2a 4.4     Provide specialized support, particularly radar, air, and marine surveillance, to assist federal government
                 efforts to monitor National Security Special Events and respond to potential terrorist attacks
  ProA2a 4.5     Implement security counterintelligence to protect physical assets
  ProA2a 4.6     Implement CBRNE detection
 ProA2a 4.6.1    Conduct CBRNE detection requirements analysis for Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CI/KR)
 ProA2a 4.6.2    Assess prioritized critical infrastructure/key resources (CI/KR) for CBRNE detection requirement
  ProA2a 4.7     Implement deterrence and defense protection measures
   ProA2a 5      Implement programs to defend and devalue physical CI/KR assets
  ProA2a 5.1     Secure critical infrastructure sites through use of forces
 ProA2a 5.1.1    Secure transportation targets
                 Implement appropriate protective/preventive and physical security measures around and inside
ProA2a 5.1.1.1
                 transportation infrastructure/facilities
                 Strategically deploy Federal Air Marshals aboard US air carriers to defeat hostile acts targeting US air
ProA2a 5.1.1.2
                 carriers, airports, passengers, and crew
ProA2a 5.1.1.3   Implement strategy and policies for secure international and domestic only supply chain
ProA2a 5.1.1.4   Implement strategy and policies for secure transportation supply chain



Protect A3a      Defense and Devaluation of Cyber Assets & Systems
                 Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for defense and devaluation of cyber assets and
   ProA3a 1
                 systems
  ProA3a 1.1     Develop guidelines for cyber asset protection and recovery
  ProA3a 1.2     Promote a comprehensive national cyberspace defensive awareness program
 ProA3a 1.2.1    Foster cooperation with foreign countries regarding cyber attacks
                 Promote the development of law enforcement's capabilities for preventing and prosecuting cyberspace
 ProA3a 1.2.2
                 attacks
  ProA3a 1.3     Develop strategies and guidelines for cyber infrastructure protection
                 Develop and implement training and exercises for defense and devaluation of cyber assets and
   ProA3a 2
                 systems
  ProA3a 2.1     Develop and conduct training programs for protecting cyber infrastructure
  ProA3a 2.2     Develop and conduct exercise programs to test cyber infrastructure security plans
   ProA3a 3      Direct and coordinate defense and devaluation of cyber assets and systems
  ProA3a 3.1
                 Identify cost-effective protection strategies to reduce risk and mitigate consequences to cyber assets
  ProA3a 3.2     Coordinate funding and resources to address targeted priorities for protecting cyber assets
 ProA3a 3.2.1    Promote public-private information sharing involving cyber attacks, threats and vulnerabilities
  ProA3a 3.3     Monitor the effectiveness of protective measures or programs to protect cyber assets

 ProA3a 3.3.1
                 Monitor the progress of solution implementation and undertake corrective actions to prevent cyber attacks
   ProA3a 4      Implement programs to deter potential attackers to cyber assets
  ProA3a 4.1     Implement detection measures to protect cyber assets
                 Implement detection measures such as inspection surveillance, employee monitoring, and security
 ProA3a 4.1.1
                 counterintelligence
 ProA3a 4.1.2    Implement employee monitoring to protect cyber assets
 ProA3a 4.1.3    Implement security counterintelligence to protect cyber assets
  ProA3a 5       Implement programs to defend and devalue cyber assets
  ProA3a 5.1    Implement strategy and policies to secure cyberspace



Protect B1a     Epidemiological Surveillance and Investigation
                Develop plans, policies, procedures and systems for epidemiological surveillance and
  ProB1a 1
                investigation
  ProB1a 1.1    Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for investigating a potential disease outbreak
 ProB1a 1.1.1   Develop procedures for identification of disease, vector and epidemic
 ProB1a 1.1.2   Develop guidelines or procedures for properly conducting a coordinated outbreak investigation
 ProB1a 1.1.3   Review and evaluate infection control guidelines
                Develop and maintain efficient surveillance systems supported by information systems that comply with
                PHIN functional requirements for Early Event Detection, Outbreak Management and Countermeasure and
 ProB1a 1.1.4
                Response Administration to facilitate early detection, mitigation and evaluation of expected and
                unexpected public health conditions
                Distinguish on the state list of notifiable conditions between select conditions that require immediate
 ProB1a 1.1.5   reporting to the public health agency (at a minimum, Cat A agents), and conditions for which a delay in
                reporting is acceptable
  ProB1a 1.2    Develop plans and procedures to respond to a disease outbreak

 ProB1a 1.2.1
               Develop policies and procedures to respond appropriately to positive notifications of medical hazards
ProB1a 1.2.1.1 Describe time frames for notification, for conditions where a delay in reporting is acceptable
               Develop plans, procedures and protocols for the provision of medical personnel, equipment, laboratories,
 ProB1a 1.2.2
               and pharmaceuticals and supplies
               Plan and prepare for pandemic influenza, particularly for the stage when vaccine either is non-existent or
 ProB1a 1.2.3
               in severely short supply
               Develop plans, procedures and protocols to inventory medical supplies, equipment, ambulance services,
 ProB1a 1.2.4
               hospitals, clinics and first aid units
               Develop communications to physicians and hospitals regarding use of testing of symptomatic and non-
 ProB1a 1.2.5
               symptomatic patients during epidemic
                Develop an integrated response plan that directs how public health, hospital-based, environmental, food,
 ProB1a 1.2.6
                veterinary and agricultural laboratories will respond to a bioterrorism incident

  ProB1a 2
                Develop and implement training and exercises for epidemiological surveillance and investigation
  ProB1a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs epidemiological surveillance and investigation
                Support training on various types and models of equipment likely to be used in an emergency situation
 ProB1a 2.1.1
                through government grants and industry sponsored workshops
  ProB1a 2.2    Develop and implement exercises for epidemiological surveillance and investigation
  ProB1a 3      Direct and Coordinate epidemiological surveillance and investigation operations
  ProB1a 3.1
               Lead public health investigations to determine source of disease in collaboration with law enforcement
               Assist epidemiologists and health providers in linking environmental exposures to health risks, prevention
 ProB1a 3.1.1
               strategies, and disease outcomes
  ProB1a 3.2   Coordinate public health response operations
 ProB1a 3.2.1 Coordinate public health emergency management plans at the local, State and national-levels
 ProB1a 3.2.2 Identify all stakeholders and agency representatives or liaisons for public health response
ProB1a 3.2.2.1 Coordinate with agriculture community with respect to animal influence on disease outbreak
 ProB1a 3.2.3 Coordinate resources needed to respond to public health concern
 ProB1a 3.2.4
                Coordinate examination of deceased suspect patients with the medical examiner and/or disaster mortuary
  ProB1a 3.3    Coordinate communication regarding public health investigations and response
                Maintain public health communication channels supported by information systems that comply with the
 ProB1a 3.3.1
                PHIN functional requirements for Partner Communications and Alerting
                Identify applicable laws, policies, and implementation procedures for public health reporting and
 ProB1a 3.3.2
                notification
ProB1a 3.3.3   Provide Public Health information to emergency public information for release
ProB1a 3.3.4   Make public health recommendations for prophylaxis and other interventions
               Assist in coordination of forensic epidemiology by working with other partner agencies, such as the police
ProB1a 3.3.5
               and medical examiner
 ProB1a 4      Conduct epidemiological surveillance and detection
 ProB1a 4.1    Conduct efficient surveillance to facilitate early detection and mitigation of disease
ProB1a 4.1.1   Maintain surveillance for terrorist weapons that threaten public health
ProB1a 4.1.2   Evaluate active intelligence and surveillance operations

ProB1a 4.1.3
               Integrate surveillance findings related to human health, animal health, food, agriculture, and environment
 ProB1a 4.2    Initiate epidemiological detection activities
ProB1a 4.2.1   Detect suspected outbreak through pattern recognition
ProB1a 4.2.2   Identify possible sources of public health event
 ProB1a 4.3    Compile surveillance data
ProB1a 4.3.1   Develop basic case descriptions by conducting interviews and reviewing medical records
               Have or have access to PHIN compliant information systems to support detecting events of public health
ProB1a 4.3.2
               significance and tracking of chain of custody
ProB1a 4.3.3   Maintain chain of custody
ProB1a 4.3.4   Initiate database and data management
 ProB1a 4.4    Analyze surveillance data
ProB1a 4.4.1   Generate possible associations of transmission, exposure and source
ProB1a 4.4.2   Identify population at risk
ProB1a 4.4.3   Perform and analyze definitive studies
ProB1a 4.4.4   Identify event of public health significance
 ProB1a 4.5    Conduct reporting
               Report instances of disease that raise the index of suspicion of terrorist or criminal involvement to FBI
ProB1a 4.5.1
               Headquarters (National Response Plan)
ProB1a 4.5.2   Report suspected cases to relevant public health agencies
ProB1a 4.5.3   Report confirmed cases to relevant public health, food regulatory, and law enforcement agencies
ProB1a 4.5.4   Facilitate reporting consistent with disease reporting laws or regulations
 ProB1a 5      Conduct epidemiological investigations
 ProB1a 5.1    Dispatch public health personnel to location of suspected contamination
 ProB1a 5.2    Conduct epidemiological investigations to identify potential exposure and disease
ProB1a 5.2.1   Define case characteristics
ProB1a 5.2.2   Compare cases to the baseline and confirm diagnosis
 ProB1a 5.3    Confirm the outbreak using lab data and disease tracking data
ProB1a 5.3.1   Search actively for cases (case finding)
ProB1a 5.3.2   Create registries of ill, exposed and potentially exposed persons
 ProB1a 5.4    Conduct contact tracing
               Analyze and interpret epidemiological investigation data in coordination with data from law enforcement
ProB1a 5.4.1
               investigation
ProB1a 5.4.2   Analyze and confirm origin of outbreak
 ProB1a 5.5    Develop mitigation strategy
ProB1a 5.5.1   Recommend control measures for outbreak
ProB1a 5.5.2   Implement infection control procedures
 ProB1a 5.6    Draft and disseminate initial report or epidemiological investigation

ProB1a 5.6.1   Have or have access to information systems to support investigating, describing and understanding
               events of public health significance that comply with the PHIN Functional Area Outbreak Management
 ProB1a 6      Monitor containment through use of epidemiology
 ProB1a 6.1    Monitor effectiveness of mitigation steps
ProB1a 6.1.1   Monitor the course and population characteristics of recognized outbreak
 ProB1a 6.1.2    Monitor adverse reactions

  ProB1a 6.2     Have or have access to information systems that support administration of outbreak control and that
                 comply with the PHIN functional requirements for Countermeasures and Response Administration
  ProB1a 6.3     Evaluate therapeutic outcomes
 ProB1a 6.3.1    Ensure appropriate implementation of infection control precautions for isolated patients
 ProB1a 6.3.2    Conduct special studies of critical public health issues
                 Conduct an after action debriefing (hotwash) to identify deficiencies that require corrective actions in areas
  ProB1a 6.4
                 such as, personnel, training, equipment, and organizational structure



Protect B1b      Food and Agricultural Safety and Defense
  ProB1b 1       Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for food and agricultural safety and defense
  ProB1b 1.1     Develop and maintain industry data on food and agricultural products

 ProB1b 1.1.1
                 Develop, establish, and maintain a tracking system of all emergencies related to HHS regulated products
                 Develop methods for emergency assessment of firms that manufacture, prepare, and hold US Department
 ProB1b 1.1.2
                 of Agriculture (USDA) regulated commodities
ProB1b 1.1.2.1   Develop, establish, and maintain a food firm registration database
ProB1b 1.1.2.2   Develop a geo-coded database of all food operations
                 Develop methods for emergency assessment of firms that manufacture, prepare, and hold US Food and
 ProB1b 1.1.3
                 Drug Administration (FDA)- regulated commodities
ProB1b 1.1.3.1   Develop, establish, and maintain an inventory system of all firms regulated by the FDA
  ProB1b 1.2     Develop plans, procedures, and programs for responding to a food contamination event
 ProB1b 1.2.1    Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for investigating food contamination
                 Develop emergency guidelines and operation criteria for retail food, wholesale, and processing during
 ProB1b 1.2.2
                 disasters
                 Create emergency response plan for response to all food operations for retail, food service, mass feeding,
 ProB1b 1.2.3
                 and food processing facilities
  ProB1b 1.3     Develop communications plan for food safety for regulated facilities and the general public
 ProB1b 1.3.1    Prepare food and agriculture emergency public information plans
 ProB1b 1.3.2    Develop a food and agriculture crisis communications plan
                 Develop plans, procedures, and policies for coordinating, managing, and disseminating public information
 ProB1b 1.3.3
                 regarding food and agricultural safety
  ProB1b 1.4     Develop plans, procedures, and programs for responding to an agricultural disease event
                 Develop guidelines or procedures for properly conducting a coordinated outbreak investigation of food and
 ProB1b 1.4.1
                 agricultural events
                 Develop, adapt, or implement plans to support incident command (IC), unified command (UC), or other
  ProB1b 1.5
                 agencies as needed for food and agricultural safety response
  ProB1b 2       Develop and implement training and exercises for food and agricultural safety and defense
  ProB1b 2.1     Develop and implement training programs for food and agricultural safety and defense
                 Develop and conduct emergency food safety response training to field staff and managers of state/local
 ProB1b 2.1.1    food programs having responsibility for food safety response (training should include appropriate job
                 safety training)
 ProB1b 2.1.2    Provide food safety training to responders and volunteers
  ProB1b 2.2     Develop and implement exercise programs for food and agricultural safety and defense
  ProB1b 3       Direct and coordinate food and agricultural safety and defense operations
                 Ensure the Nation's commercial supply of food is safe and secure following an incident of national
  ProB1b 3.1
                 significance.
 ProB1b 3.1.1    Support stakeholder communications during a food or agricultural safety event
ProB1b 3.1.1.1   Coordinate communication with international food regulatory agencies
ProB1b 3.1.1.2   Coordinate communication to international food trading partners
                 Coordinate with Federal, State, and local agencies to ensure the safety and security of meat, poultry, and
ProB1b 3.1.2
                 egg products in retail groceries and food service establishments and institutions
                 Coordinate with Federal, State, and local agencies to ensure the safety and security of products in retail
ProB1b 3.1.3
                 and food service establishments and institutions

ProB1b 3.1.4
                 Identify short-term and long-term needs in provision of nutrition assistance and food safety and security
                 Address transportation of potentially contaminated food products and their entry into local, interstate, and
ProB1b 3.1.5
                 international commerce
                 Ensure the safety, efficacy, and security of regulated foods, the blood supply, drugs, medical devices, and
ProB1b 3.1.6
                 other U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)-regulated products
 ProB1b 3.2      Manage surveillance activities for agriculture and natural resources
                 Direct agricultural processes for surveillance and testing and isolation or quarantine for threats to
ProB1b 3.2.1
                 agricultural assets and the food supply
 ProB1b 3.2.2    Coordinate threat assessment
ProB1b 3.2.2.1   Compile information about threats to food
  ProB1b 3.3     Coordinate food and agriculture investigation activities
                 Implement guidelines or procedures for properly conducting a coordinated outbreak investigation of food
ProB1b 3.3.1
                 and agricultural events
ProB1b 3.3.2     Dispatch food and agriculture personnel to location of suspected contamination
                 Provide food and agriculture laboratory and diagnostic support, subject matter expertise, and technical
ProB1b 3.3.3
                 assistance
ProB1b 3.3.4     Coordinate food and agriculture evidence preservation procedures
                 Ensure close coordination and cooperation among regional, State, Federal, and international agencies
ProB1b 3.3.4.1   and with the private sector and nongovernmental associations to facilitate food and agricultural response
                 efforts
                 Provide food and agriculture laboratory and diagnostic support, subject matter expertise, and technical
ProB1b 3.3.5.1
                 assistance
ProB1b 3.3.5.2   Assist in coordination of food contamination assessment activities
  ProB1b 3.4     Coordinate food and agricultural safety response operations and support

ProB1b 3.4.1
                 Coordinate food and agriculture emergency management plans at the local, State, and national levels
 ProB1b 3.4.2    Activate food and agriculture safety and defense personnel
 ProB1b 3.4.3    Ensure the adequacy of available food and agriculture resources
ProB1b 3.4.3.1   Request food and agriculture resources needed for response to field operations
                 Request subject matter expertise from supporting agencies to assist in food safety response and recovery
ProB1b 3.4.3.2
                 effort
                 Establish regional and State plans and protocols for food and agricultural safety response and requests
ProB1b 3.4.3.3
                 for assistance
 ProB1b 3.4.4    Request food and agriculture resources needed for response to field operations
  ProB1b 3.5     Coordinate food and agricultural recovery programs
 ProB1b 3.5.1    Coordinate food recovery programs
 ProB1b 3.5.2    Coordinate food facility decontamination
ProB1b 3.5.2.1   Coordinate cleaning and decontamination of affected food facilities
 ProB1b 3.5.3    Coordinate disposal of contaminated food
 ProB1b 3.5.4    Coordinate agricultural recovery programs
  ProB1b 4       Conduct surveillance for food and agriculture safety and defense
  ProB1b 4.1     Assess food safety response system capability
 ProB1b 4.1.1    Assess food industry capabilities
  ProB1b 4.2     Search actively for food and agriculture cases
 ProB1b 4.2.1    Identify and assess food security threats and incidents
 ProB1b 4.2.2    Compile information about threats to food
ProB1b 4.2.2.1   Integrate surveillance findings related to food and agriculture
ProB1b 4.2.2.2   Initiate food and agriculture database and data management
 ProB1b 4.3    Conduct food and agriculture laboratory detection and confirmation
ProB1b 4.3.1   Use the results from a food sample analysis to determine the breadth of contamination
ProB1b 4.3.2   Maintain chain-of-custody of all food and agriculture evidence
ProB1b 4.3.3   Disseminate food and agriculture laboratory testing results to appropriate stakeholders/partners
 ProB1b 5      Trace suspect products
 ProB1b 5.1    Conduct food contamination investigation activities following an incident of national significance
ProB1b 5.1.1   Collect and preserve contaminated food and agriculture evidence
ProB1b 5.1.2   Collect and preserve non-contaminated food and agriculture evidence

ProB1b 5.1.3
               Generate possible associations of transmission, exposure, and source of food and agriculture events
               Conduct product tracing to determine source, destination, and disposition of adulterated and contaminated
ProB1b 5.1.4
               food products
ProB1b 5.1.5   Identify possible sources of food and agricultural safety event
 ProB1b 5.2    Inspect the safety and security of the food infrastructure in the affected area
ProB1b 5.2.1   Conduct inspection and monitoring of food products and establishments in affected areas
ProB1b 5.2.2   Inspect food facilities that can continue to operate in the affected area
               Inspect and monitor meat, poultry, and egg establishments that can continue to operate in the affected
ProB1b 5.2.3
               area
               Use laboratory testing and field investigations to identify products that are safe and fit for human
ProB1b 5.2.4
               consumption
 ProB1b 5.3    Inspect the safety and security of the agricultural infrastructure in the affected area
ProB1b 5.3.1   Conduct inspection and monitoring of agriculture products and establishments in affected areas
 ProB1b 5.4    Identify populations and locations at risk from food and/or agricultural safety event
 ProB1b 6      Implement control measures for contaminated food products or agricultural diseases
ProB1b 6.1
               Conduct food and agricultural safety response operations following an incident of national significance
ProB1b 6.1.1   Conduct response-related activities for agricultural support
 ProB1b 6.2    Determine protective actions needed to ensure the safety of the nation's food supply
ProB1b 6.2.1   Determine need for food embargo or detention
ProB1b 6.2.2   Determine need for food condemnation, retention, or seizure
ProB1b 6.2.3   Determine the need to stop movement of food
 ProB1b 6.3    Secure the contamination source and affected areas during a food and agriculture event
 ProB1b 6.4    Undertake control measures to protect public from potentially contaminated food products
ProB1b 6.4.1   Determine food facilities that are adversely affected.
               Control all identified food safety and inspection service-inspected products at inspected establishments
ProB1b 6.4.2   that are suspected of being contaminated through product recall, administrative detention, and plant
               closures
               Control any foodstuffs or other HHS-regulated products suspected of being contaminated following an
ProB1b 6.4.3
               establishment’s inspections through product recall, administrative detention, and plant closures
               Control all identified products at inspected facilities suspected of being contaminated through product
ProB1b 6.4.4
               recall and administrative detention
ProB1b 6.4.5   Stop all interstate movement of regulated plant articles and means of conveyance as needed
ProB1b 6.4.6   Provide for embargoed food storage
ProB1b 6.4.7   Provide appropriate information to the public regarding disposal of potentially contaminated food
 ProB1b 6.5    Conduct follow-up/re-opening assessments
ProB1b 6.5.1   Provide guidance on entry of meat, milk, eggs, and produce into commerce
ProB1b 6.5.2   Conduct follow-up monitoring of food
ProB1b 6.5.3   Assist in data review of assessments on affected fish and shellfish populations
ProB1b 6.5.4   Revise assessments based on food sampling and empirical data collection
 ProB1b 7      Conduct product disposal and food facility decontamination
 ProB1b 7.1    Implement food and agriculture hazardous material disposal plan
ProB1b 7.1.1   Identify assets for food and agriculture decontamination activities
ProB1b 7.1.1.1   Ensure communities have capacity to dispose of contaminated materials and foodstuffs
 ProB1b 7.1.2    Conduct surface and facility decontamination
 ProB1b 7.1.3    Perform food and agriculture clean-up operations
 ProB1b 7.1.4    Dispose of contaminated food
 ProB1b 7.1.5    Decontaminate food facilities



Protect B1c      Environmental Monitoring
  ProB1c 1       Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for environmental monitoring
  ProB1c 1.1     Develop plan for long-term environmental monitoring
   ProB1c 2      Develop and implement training and exercises for environmental monitoring
   ProB1c 3      Direct and coordinate environmental monitoring operations
   ProB1c 4      Activate environmental monitoring



Protect B1d      Natural Hazard Monitoring
  ProB1d 1       Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for natural hazard monitoring
  ProB1d 2       Develop and implement training and exercises for natural hazard monitoring
  ProB1d 2.1     Develop and implement training related to natural hazard monitoring
  ProB1d 2.2     Develop and implement exercises related to natural hazards monitoring
  ProB1d 3       Direct and coordinate natural hazard monitoring operations
  ProB1d 4       Implement activities for protection from natural hazards
  ProB1d 5       Monitor for natural hazards
  ProB1d 5.1     Monitor early warning weather sources
                 Operate a meteorological warning system to provide warning of impending destructive storms and track
 ProB1d 5.1.1
                 their movement
  ProB1d 5.2     Conduct seismic monitoring activities to provide warning of geological disasters



Protect B1e      Public Health Laboratory Testing
 ProB1e 3.3.5  Provide technical, coordination, and communication support to food safety monitoring programs
ProB1e 3.4.3.4 Coordinate technical assistance for water, waste-water, sewer and food safety
  ProB1e 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for public health laboratory testing
  ProB1e 1.1   Establish public health laboratory networks
               Identify, establish, and maintain working collaboration with all LRN Sentinel and LRN Clinical Chemistry
 ProB1e 1.1.1
               laboratories within the jurisdiction
               Develop and maintain an accurate and current database of contact information and capability for all the
ProB1e 1.1.1.1
               LRN Sentinel and LRN Clinical Chemistry laboratories
               Provide all the LRN Sentinel and LRN Clinical Chemistry laboratories with updated LRN Reference
ProB1e 1.1.1.2
               laboratory contact information
               Establish operational relationships among the various types of analytical laboratories within the jurisdiction
 ProB1e 1.1.2 (and other jurisdictions as appropriate) that are relevant to preparedness for and response to bioterrorism
               and other public health emergencies
               Establish and maintain collaborative linkages with other State laboratories, e.g., environmental,
 ProB1e 1.1.3 agriculture, veterinary, and university, as well as the jurisdiction’s National Guard Civil Support Team
               (CST) and other first responders
               Establish and maintain linkages with Federal laboratory networks and member laboratories within the
 ProB1e 1.1.4 jurisdiction, e.g., the Food Emergency Response Network (FERN), National Animal Health Laboratory
               Network (NAHLN), and the EPA
               Establish and maintain a sentinel laboratory advisory committee or equivalent that meets at least annually
 ProB1e 1.1.5 and includes representatives from clinical microbiology, clinical chemistry, veterinary, food, and
               environmental laboratories in your jurisdiction
                 Ensure the technical infrastructure exists to exchange a variety of data types, including possible cases,
ProB1e 1.1.6     possible contacts, specimen information, environmental sample information, lab results, facilities, and
                 possible threat information
 ProB1e 1.2      Develop notification and information exchange systems for disease reporting

ProB1e 1.2.1     Establish a secure, web-based reporting and notification system that provides for rapid and accurate
                 receipt of reports of disease outbreaks and other acute health events that might suggest bioterrorism
                 Complete development and maintain a system to receive and evaluate urgent disease reports and to
ProB1e 1.2.2     communicate with and respond to the clinical or laboratory reporter regarding the report from all States
                 and local public health jurisdictions on a 24/7 basis
                 Enhance the capability of rural and urban hospitals, clinics, emergency medical services systems and
ProB1e 1.2.3     poison control centers to report syndromic and diagnostic data that is suggestive of terrorism on a 24/7
                 basis
                 Adopt the logical observation identifiers names and codes (LOINC), SNOMED, and other emerging health
ProB1e 1.2.4     informatics standards, where applicable, as the standard codes for electronic exchange of laboratory
                 results and associated clinical observations
 ProB1e 1.3      Develop communication systems and procedures for public health laboratory testing

ProB1e 1.3.1     Implement a plan for connectivity of key stakeholders involved in a public health detection and response
                 including a 24/7 flow of critical health information, such as clinical data, alerts, and critical event data
                 Develop a process for communicating to public health officials the threats or concerns of the intelligence
ProB1e 1.3.2
                 and law enforcement communities

ProB1e 1.3.3     Establish and utilize a State and local health alert network that complies with the PHIN Functional Area
                 Partner Communication and Alerting for electronic connectivity with all LRN Sentinel laboratories
                 Establish and maintain connectivity with the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) and other official
ProB1e 1.3.4     components of the State and local emergency response, including the Emergency Management
                 Assistance Compact (EMAC)

ProB1e 1.3.5     Establish and maintain communication linkages with local, State, and Federal (e.g., CDC DEOC and LRN)
                 public safety and law enforcement entities, e.g., police, fire, emergency management, and the FBI
                 Complete a plan for crisis and emergency risk communication (CERC) and information dissemination to
ProB1e 1.3.6     educate the media, public, partners and stakeholders regarding risks associated with the real or apparent
                 threat and an effective public response
 ProB1e 1.4      Develop plans, policies, and procedures for public health laboratory testing
ProB1e 1.4.1     Establish response management functions for laboratory testing
ProB1e 1.4.2     Develop policy for appropriate clinical and public health testing

ProB1e 1.4.3
                 Establish a hospital laboratory program that provides rapid and effective hospital laboratory services
 ProB1e 1.4.4    Develop templates for public health directives and other legal documents
ProB1e 1.4.4.1   Develop and disseminate fact sheets/lists on biological/chemical agents
 ProB1e 1.4.5    Develop protocols for forwarding samples to national laboratories
 ProB1e 1.4.6    Develop protocols/guidelines for prioritization of laboratory services
  ProB1e 1.5     Develop plans and programs to ensure biosafety for each facility
 ProB1e 1.5.1    Hire and/or maintain a biosafety officer for each facility
 ProB1e 1.5.2    Develop a contingency plan for a breach in biosafety

 ProB1e 1.6
                 Establish resource acquisition and maintenance procedures to support public health laboratory testing
ProB1e 1.6.1     Develop projections for laboratory requirements
ProB1e 1.6.2     Conduct an inventory of all analytical laboratories
                 With local public health agencies, identify and maintain a current list of physicians and other providers with
ProB1e 1.6.3     experience and/or skills in the diagnosis and treatment of infectious, chemical, or radiological diseases or
                 conditions possibly resulting from
               Provide a ready supply of the reagents required for rapid testing of biological threat agents by LRN
ProB1e 1.6.4
               Reference laboratories
               Maintain a ready supply of the reagents and materials, not supplied by CDC, required for rapid testing of
ProB1e 1.6.5
               biological and chemical threat agents at the reference level
ProB1e 1.6.6   Maintain an accurate inventory of reagents and supplies in their respective laboratories
 ProB1e 1.7    Establish laboratory testing methodologies and technology transfer protocol
               Develop and validate, in partnership with LRN Reference and LRN Chemical laboratories, standard
ProB1e 1.7.1
               laboratory methods to test for chemical and biological threat agents
               Transfer standardized technology and laboratory methods from the CDC to State and local LRN
ProB1e 1.7.2
               Reference and LRN Chemical laboratories
               Develop, in collaboration with CDC, e.g., EPA, FDA, USDA, and DOD, additional standardized and
ProB1e 1.7.3
               validated methods for testing for chemical and biological agents in non-clinical samples
               Integrate new advanced biological and chemical rapid identification methods, as they are developed and
ProB1e 1.7.4   approved by the LRN, into the current laboratory testing algorithm for human, environmental, animal, or
               food specimens
ProB1e 2       Develop and implement training and exercises for public health laboratory testing
ProB1e 2.1     Develop and implement and/or participate in public health laboratory training programs

ProB1e 2.1.1   Develop and initiate a training plan which ensures priority preparedness training is provided across all
               areas to the State and local public health workforce, health care professionals and laboratorians
               Train a chemical terrorism laboratory coordinator (chemist or medical technologist) and assistant
ProB1e 2.1.2   coordinator to advise the laboratory director, the State terrorism coordinator and other public health and
               environmental health officials about chemical terrorism
ProB1e 2.1.3   Participate in a CDC-approved proficiency testing program to assure laboratory competency
               Participate in training provided by other federal partners for the use of standardized methods to detect and
ProB1e 2.1.4
               identify chemical and biological agents

ProB1e 2.1.5
               Provide information and training on the use of appropriate safety and security equipment and procedures
               Train all LRN Sentinel laboratories in the use of LRN biological agent rule-out protocols, specimen or
ProB1e 2.1.6
               isolate referral responsibilities and notification algorithms
ProB1e 2.1.7   Participate in CDC training to use standardized protocols to detect biological agents
               Participate in CDC training as required for designated levels of chemical preparedness, e.g., LRN Level 1,
ProB1e 2.1.8
               2, or 3.
ProB1e 2.2     Develop and implement exercises to assess public health laboratory testing

ProB1e 2.2.1   At least annually, assess adequacy of State and local public health response to catastrophic infectious
               disease such as pandemic influenza, other outbreaks of disease and other public health emergencies
               Ensure capacity exists for laboratory response network (LRN) validated testing for all category A agents
ProB1e 2.2.2
               and other level B/C protocols as they are approved

ProB1e 2.2.3   Ensure, by testing and documentation, at least 90 percent of the key stakeholders involved in a public
               health response can receive and send critical health information including alerts and critical event data
               Routinely assess the timeliness and completeness of the redundant method of alerting, as it exists, to
ProB1e 2.2.4
               reach participants in public health response
ProB1e 2.2.5   Coordinate response planning, drills and exercises for the laboratory with all relevant partners
 ProB1e 3      Direct and coordinate public health laboratory testing operations
 ProB1e 3.1    Provide overall management and coordination for public health laboratory testing
ProB1e 3.1.1   Function as the gatekeeper for the Laboratory Response Network (LRN) within the jurisdiction
ProB1e 3.1.2   Function as the Laboratory Response Network (LRN) Sentinel laboratories
ProB1e 3.1.3   Function as Laboratory Response Network (LRN) Chemical laboratories
               Function as the Laboratory Response Network (LRN) Reference laboratories for biological terrorism
ProB1e 3.1.4
               agents
 ProB1e 3.2     Support communication of important health information and investigation status to internal and external
                governmental partners, industry, the media, the public, health care providers, and other parties of interest
ProB1e 3.2.1    Maintain communication channels (CDC Coordinating Office for LRN)
                Work in close partnership with public health epidemiology and environmental health, and poison control to
ProB1e 3.2.2    provide timely data to assure implementation of effective prevention, detection, and control measures,
                including treatment
ProB1e 3.2.3   Report surveillance results suggestive of an outbreak immediately to public health epidemiology
               Report results of CDC chemical or biological testing to submitting LRN Reference and Chemical
 ProB1e 3.2.4
               laboratories through the secure LRN website
               Notify appropriate public health, public safety, and law enforcement officials immediately (24/7) of
 ProB1e 3.2.5
               presumptive and confirmed laboratory results of a chemical and biological threat agent
               Report confirmed laboratory results to all submitters in a timely manner using PHIN-compliant Laboratory
 ProB1e 3.2.6
               Information Management Systems (LIMS)
  ProB1e 3.3   Provide technical, coordination, and communication support to public health surveillance programs
 ProB1e 3.3.1 Provide overall management and coordination of surveillance and investigation operations
 ProB1e 3.3.2 Provide logistics and technical support to public health testing programs
 ProB1e 3.3.3 Provide laboratory and diagnostic support, subject matter expertise, and technical assistance
ProB1e 3.3.3.1 Liaise with appropriate partners
               Provide logistics support such as security, surge capacity, deployment, and transportation of resource,
 ProB1e 3.3.4
               materials, and staff
 ProB1e 3.3.5 Facilitate all-hazard consultation, technical assistance and support including field investigations
  ProB1e 4     Manage sample and specimen collection, transport, and testing
               Establish and maintain a jurisdiction-wide transport system to assure timely receipt of samples or
  ProB1e 4.1
               specimens for laboratory testing
               Perform triage screening on environmental samples per Department of Homeland Security and
  ProB1e 4.2
               Environmental Protection Agency protocols
               Communicate requirements for all-hazard specimen or sample collection, packaging, and shipping to
  ProB1e 4.3   submitters, e.g., FBI, CST, first responders, HazMat teams, and LRN Sentinel and LRN Clinical Chemistry
               laboratories
               Provide consultation to all submitters regarding appropriate collection and shipment of specimens or
  ProB1e 4.4
               samples for testing
  ProB1e 4.5   Conduct specimen handling
  ProB1e 4.6   Review and evaluate infection control guidelines
  ProB1e 5     Provide surveillance support
               Coordinate, maintain, enhance, analyze and provide efficient surveillance and information systems to
  ProB1e 5.1
               facilitate early detection and mitigation of disease
               Enhance, in coordination with public health epidemiology partners, the capacity to apply standardized
 ProB1e 5.1.1 molecular methods (e.g., DNA sequencing) in real-time to support surveillance and outbreak
               investigations as appropriate
  ProB1e 5.2   Perform analyses for BioWatch 24/7/365
  ProB1e 5.3   Conduct public health laboratory testing surveillance
               Acquire timely isolates of selected enteric and invasive biological agents from all LRN Sentinel
 ProB1e 5.3.1
               laboratories
               Analyze quickly the isolates submitted by LRN Sentinel laboratories using advanced technologies to
 ProB1e 5.3.2
               rapidly identify and subtype isolates
               Provide reference analysis and identification of unusual or emerging biological agents present in
 ProB1e 5.3.3
               communities
  ProB1e 6     Provide detection testing and analysis
  ProB1e 6.1   Coordinate laboratory testing for disease outbreak
  ProB1e 6.2   Conduct public health laboratory detection
 ProB1e 6.2.1 Conduct laboratory detection for chemical terrorism
 ProB1e 6.2.2 Conduct laboratory detection at LRN Reference Laboratories for biological terrorism
                 Test initial 20-40 clinical specimens to assess human exposure by measuring metabolites of chemical
ProB1e 6.2.3
                 agents (e.g., of nerve agents)
ProB1e 6.2.4     Test environmental samples for toxic industrial chemicals and materials
                 Evaluate clinical specimens from patients exposed to chemical or radiochemical agents, e.g., tests for
ProB1e 6.2.5
                 blood gases, CBC analysis, and enzyme levels (link with HRSA)

ProB1e 6.2.6
                 Identify all emerging infectious agents or possible bioterrorism agents using available LRN protocols

 ProB1e 6.3
                 Provide surge capacity for CDC to measure metabolites (e.g., of nerve agents, in clinical specimens)
                 Contact the nearest Laboratory Response Network Reference laboratory when unable to identify or rule-
 ProB1e 6.4
                 out emerging infectious agents or possible bioterrorism agents.
 ProB1e 7        Provide confirmation testing.
 ProB1e 7.1      Conduct definitive characterization at public health laboratories.

ProB1e 7.1.1     Use standardized, validated Laboratory Response Network (LRN) protocols to detect emerging infectious
                 agents or possible bioterrorism agents in clinical specimens, food, or environmental samples
                 Provide relevant laboratory support for identification of biological, chemical, radiological and nuclear
ProB1e 7.1.2
                 agents in clinical (human and animal), environmental, and food specimens and samples
 ProB1e 7.2      Conduct public health laboratory confirmation
                 Conduct laboratory confirmation at Laboratory Response Network Reference Laboratories for biological
ProB1e 7.2.1
                 terrorism
ProB1e 7.2.2     Conduct laboratory confirmation for chemical terrorism
ProB1e 7.2.3     Confirm results using CDC clinical chemical detection methods
 ProB1e 7.3      Conduct public health laboratory notification and reporting
ProB1e 7.3.1     Disseminate laboratory testing results to appropriate stakeholders/partners
 ProB1e 7.4      Verify reactive BioWatch samples
                 Verify reactive samples from the Biohazard Detection Systems (BDS) located in facilities of the US Postal
ProB1e 7.4.1
                 Service (USPS)
 ProB1e 8        Conduct investigations and follow-up laboratory support
 ProB1e 8.1      Coordinate investigation activities
ProB1e 8.1.1     Provide investigation support
ProB1e 8.1.2     Assist in conducting outbreak investigations
 ProB1e 8.2      Conduct public health laboratory testing follow-up
 ProB1e 8.3      Conduct public health laboratory investigation
ProB1e 8.3.1     Coordinate epidemiological investigations for disease outbreak

ProB1e 8.3.1.1
                 Coordinate epidemiological investigation with environmental investigation and law enforcement agencies

ProB1e 8.3.2
                 Collaborate with law enforcement and perform testing of evidentiary samples (link to law enforcement)

ProB1e 8.3.3     Test additional clinical specimens by CDC or another qualified select Laboratory Response Network (LRN)
                 Reference lab for retrospective assessment of chemical exposure following an event
ProB1e 8.3.4     Coordinate testing of environmental samples for assessment and remediation
 ProB1e 8.4      Conduct genotyping at public health laboratories

 ProB1e 8.5
                 Use Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act (CLIA) approved methods for antimicrobial susceptibility testing
                 Isolate emerging infectious or biological threat agents tested by CDC and qualified select Laboratory
                 Response Network (LRN) reference laboratories using Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act (CLIA)
 ProB1e 8.6
                 approved methods to determine the agent’s susceptibility to antimicrobial drugs used for prevention and
                 control
                 Determine whether an emerging infectious disease agent or a biological threat agent consists of single or
 ProB1e 8.7
                 multiple strains
Protect B2A     Stockpile Management
  ProB2a 1      Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for stockpile management.
  ProB2a 1.1    Develop a long-term vaccination and prophylaxis system
                Develop or maintain, as appropriate, a Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) preparedness program within
  ProB2a 1.2    the overall terrorism preparedness component, including full-time personnel, dedicated to effective
                management and use of the SNS statewide
  ProB2a 2      Develop and implement training and exercises for stockpile management
  ProB2a 3      Direct and coordinate stockpile management operations

  ProB2a 3.1    Identify and mobilize resource requirements such as transportation and storage, Federal, State, and local
                food stockpiles, and staging areas for distribution in response to State and local requests and needs



Protect B3a     Mitigation and Life Safety Protection
  ProB3a 1      Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for mitigation and life safety protection
  ProB3a 1.1    Develop life safety plans, programs and agreements
 ProB3a 1.1.1   Develop plans and programs on building/infrastructure safety
                Facilitate plans for regional, State and local mutual aid agreements to share building code enforcement
 ProB3a 1.1.2
                personnel during disasters and provide training for such personnel
                Facilitate the adoption by State and local jurisdictions of model building code requirements to enhance
 ProB3a 1.1.3
                building safety
                Participate and facilitate regional and State preparedness activities related to building department, public
 ProB3a 2.1.3
                works and engineering
 ProB3a 1.1.4   Develop partnerships for physical infrastructure protection and contingency planning
                Conduct or support national research to develop designs, construction materials and methods that
 ProB3a 1.1.5
                increase disaster resistance of buildings and other infrastructure

 ProB3a 1.1.6
                Adopt and enforce building codes/standards that address safety, structural integrity and physical security
  ProB3a 1.2    Develop plans, programs, and agreements on public safety protection activities
  ProB3a 1.3    Develop plans, programs, and agreements on transportation-related life safety protection
 ProB3a 1.3.1   Solicit motor coach industry participation in development of contingency plans
  ProB3a 1.4    Develop plans, programs, and agreements on life safety protection from natural hazards
 ProB3a 1.4.1   Maintain security awareness programs
                Develop a national system to discourage building in flood-prone zones and in ―wildland‖ areas that are
  ProB3a 1.5
                significant wildfire risks
  ProB3a 2      Develop and implement training and exercises for mitigation and life safety protection
  ProB3a 2.1    Develop and implement training for mitigation and life safety protection
 ProB3a 2.1.1   Develop and implement structural integrity adherence training programs
 ProB3a 2.1.2   Develop standardized training courses for building inspection
 ProB3a 2.1.3   Develop and implement training related to protection from natural hazards
 ProB3a 2.1.4   Develop and implement training related to transportation safety
  ProB3a 2.2    Develop and implement exercises for mitigation and life safety protection
 ProB3a 2.2.1   Develop and implement exercises related to protection from natural hazards
 ProB3a 2.2.2   Develop and implement exercises related to transportation safety
  ProB3a 3      Direct and coordinate mitigation and life safety operations
  ProB3a 3.1    Coordinate building/infrastructure related life safety activities
 ProB3a 3.1.1   Implement building/infrastructure life safety activities

 ProB3a 3.1.2
                Conduct fire code inspections and coordinate with appropriate personnel for building/vessel inspections
  ProB3a 3.2    Coordinate transportation-related life safety protection activities
  ProB3a 3.3    Coordinate activities for life safety protection from natural hazards
  ProB3a 4      Implement mitigation and life safety protection operations
  ProB3a 4.1    Implement transportation-related life safety protection activities
Protect B4a     Community Preparedness and Participation
                Establish Collaborative Structure and Process for Government and Non-Governmental Entities at
  ProB4a 1
                All Levels
                Establish leadership support at the national, State, and local levels for promoting community
  ProB4a 1.1
                preparedness and participation

 ProB4a 1.1.1
                Establish leadership support at the national, State, tribal, and local levels for Citizen Corps Councils
 ProB4a 1.1.2   Provide a national voice to promote citizen preparedness and participation

  ProB4a 1.2
                Establish and maintain Citizen Corps Councils at all levels of government: Federal, State, tribal, local

 ProB4a 1.2.1
                Provide funding for Citizen Corps Council activities, to include the Homeland Security Grant Program
                Establish strategic plan for the Citizen Corps Council’s jurisdiction to engage all residents in
 ProB4a 1.2.2   preparedness, training, and volunteer support taking into account the jurisdiction’s potential threats, critical
                infrastructure, population density, and population composition
 ProB4a 1.2.3   Implement process to count and assess membership of Citizen Corps Councils
                Use Citizen Corps Councils to foster greater collaboration between citizens, the private sector, NGOs,
 ProB4a 1.2.4
                schools, faith-based groups, other community organizations, and emergency responders
                Use Citizen Corps Councils to oversee public education, training and exercises, and volunteer service in
 ProB4a 1.2.5
                year round and surge support roles
                Develop all-hazards preparedness requirements and a process to sustain citizen capabilities at all levels
  ProB4a 1.3
                of citizen engagement
 ProB4a 1.3.1   Develop and implement programs to prepare volunteers for terrorism incident support
 ProB4a 1.3.2   Develop all-hazards preparedness requirements and processes for all citizens age 9 and older
                Develop all-hazards preparedness requirements and processes for specialized situations (by function,
 ProB4a 1.3.3
                location, personal circumstances)
                Develop all-hazards preparedness requirements and processes for surge responsibility (personnel and
 ProB4a 1.3.4
                private-sector/NGO financial and in-kind resources)
                Integrate Public Outreach and Non-Governmental Resources into Emergency Operations Plans and
  ProB4a 2
                Exercises
  ProB4a 2.1    Integrate citizen participation in the planning process at all levels
                Incorporate, in all plans, procedures, and protocols (including outreach, training and exercises, and
 ProB4a 2.1.1
                volunteer opportunities), consideration for individuals with disabilities and their care givers
                Incorporate, in all plans, procedures, and protocols (including outreach, training and exercises, and
 ProB4a 2.1.2
                volunteer opportunities), consideration for individuals who do not speak English
                Incorporate in all plans, procedures, and protocols (including outreach, training and exercises, and
 ProB4a 2.1.3
                volunteer opportunities), consideration for individuals with low income and limited resources
                Incorporate in all plans, procedures and protocols (including outreach, training and exercises, and
 ProB4a 2.1.4
                volunteer opportunities), consideration for age-related issues and concerns
                Incorporate in all plans, procedures and protocols (including outreach, training and exercises, and
 ProB4a 2.1.5
                volunteer opportunities), consideration for companion and service animals
                Integrate citizen preparedness and participation into Federal, regional, State, tribal, urban, and local
 ProB4a 2.1.6
                emergency operating plans
                Integrate citizen preparedness and participation into Federal, regional, State, tribal, urban, and local
 ProB4a 2.1.7
                incident management systems
                Integrate citizen preparedness and participation into Federal, regional, State, tribal, urban, and local
 ProB4a 2.1.8
                mutual aid agreements
  ProB4a 2.2    Identify and integrate citizen-based resources into emergency operations plans
                Revise and maintain EMAC agreements to include citizen surge personnel and private sector/NGO
 ProB4a 2.2.1
                resources
                Establish and maintain a "skills and resources" database of the jurisdiction's citizens and private sector
 ProB4a 2.2.2
                assets
                 Establish necessary stand-by contracts and MOUs with appropriate private sector and non-governmental
ProB4a 2.2.3
                 organizations to augment government resources
                 Develop and implement exercise programs to assess and support citizens participation in support
 ProB4a 2.3
                 emergency response and recovery operations
                 Integrate citizens in all levels (national/international, regional, State, tribal, urban, local) and types of
ProB4a 2.3.1     exercises (all hazards, terrorism, bioterrorism, natural disasters), to include citizen participation in exercise
                 planning, implementation, and review
                 Develop and implement exercise programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in incident
ProB4a 2.3.2
                 management
                 Develop and implement exercise programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in volunteer and
ProB4a 2.3.3
                 donations management
                 Develop and implement exercise programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in community
ProB4a 2.3.4
                 relations

ProB4a 2.3.5
                 Develop and implement exercise programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in medical surge
                 Develop and implement exercise programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in light search and
ProB4a 2.3.6
                 rescue

ProB4a 2.3.7     Develop and implement exercise programs for citizens to achieve Universal and Specialized level
                 capabilities in all hazards emergency preparedness, prevention, protection, response, and recovery
                 Establish and maintain a process to evaluate citizen preparedness and participation and to recognize
 ProB4a 2.4
                 exemplary citizens in preparedness programs
                 Implement process to evaluate and periodically reassess citizen related component of Emergency
ProB4a 2.4.1     Operations Plans, to include alerts and warnings, public education and emergency public information,
                 evacuations, mass care, non-governmental resource management
ProB4a 2.4.2     Implement process to evaluate citizen participation in exercises at all levels of government
                 Support community infrastructure to achieve appropriate levels of preparedness, to include developing
 ProB4a 2.5
                 community-wide automated alerts and warning systems
  ProB4a 3       Provide education and training for the public in all mission areas
                 Plan, conduct, and evaluate public education programs for citizen prevention, protection/mitigation,
 ProB4a 3.1
                 response and recovery capabilities

ProB4a 3.1.1     Develop and implement training programs for citizens to achieve Universal and Specialized level
                 capabilities in all hazards emergency preparedness, prevention, protection, response, and recovery
ProB4a 3.1.1.1   Develop public education programs and materials in multiple languages
ProB4a 3.1.1.2   Develop an awareness campaign to promote blood and organ donations
                 Develop an outreach program that educates users about the five life cycle domains that comprise the
ProB4a 3.1.1.3
                 transportation security spectrum and related transportation security issues
ProB4a 3.1.1.4   Review and update public education programs and materials
ProB4a 3.1.1.5   Develop K-12 hazard awareness educational curricula
ProB4a 3.1.1.6   Develop public service announcements

                 Provide continuing education and support for the public on: prevention, protection/mitigation, emergency
ProB4a 3.1.2     response plans, alerts and warnings (including threat levels), evacuation/in-place protection plans and
                 exercises, participating in government-sponsored emergency exercises, volunteer opportunities and
                 training for year round volunteer role or surge capacity role in response and recovery
ProB4a 3.1.3     Implement a periodic process to assess citizen preparedness
 ProB4a 3.2      Plan, conduct, and evaluate public education programs for citizen prevention
ProB4a 3.2.1     Train the public to be aware and to report suspicious items and behavior

ProB4a 3.2.2
                 Provide crime prevention, counter-terrorism and public education program materials in multiple languages
                 Assist owners of critical infrastructure in increasing security measures and strengthening connection to
ProB4a 3.2.3
                 local law enforcement through Citizen Corps Councils
                 Strengthen Community Oriented Policing philosophy by providing volunteer opportunities to support local
ProB4a 3.2.4
                 law enforcement
ProB4a 3.3     Plan, conduct, and evaluate public education programs for citizen protection/mitigation
               Establish jurisdictional educational programs to encourage families to create disaster kits and
ProB4a 3.3.1
               communications plans
               Develop and provide community preparedness public education program and materials for at risk
ProB4a 3.3.2
               populations
               Develop and provide community preparedness public education program and materials for non-English
ProB4a 3.3.3
               speaking communities and special needs populations
ProB4a 3.3.4   Support education and training on automated alerts and warnings and related responses
 ProB4a 3.4    Plan, conduct, and evaluate public education programs for citizen response and recovery
               Develop and implement training programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in incident
ProB4a 3.4.1
               management
               Develop and implement training programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in volunteer and
ProB4a 3.4.2
               donations management.
               Develop and implement training programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in community
ProB4a 3.4.3
               relations

ProB4a 3.4.4
               Develop and implement training programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in medical surge
               Develop and implement training programs to enable citizens to provide surge capacity in light search and
ProB4a 3.4.5
               rescue
 ProB4a 4      Provide volunteer opportunities: year round and in surge operations
               Develop and sustain volunteer opportunities for citizens to support local emergency responders and
ProB4a 4.1
               community safety efforts year round, to include necessary training and equipment

ProB4a 4.2
               Develop NIMS credentialing for volunteer surge capacity job functions to support all ESFs and annexes
               Develop and implement training and exercise programs to enable citizens to support emergency response
ProB4a 4.3
               and recovery operations

ProB4a 4.4.
               Implement a process to track numbers of volunteers who participate in ongoing volunteer programs
ProB4a 4.5     Implement a process to track numbers of volunteers who participate in surge capacity roles
ProB4a 4.6     Implement liability coverage for volunteer activity for appropriate jurisdiction
ProB4a 5       Implement volunteer support for incident response\
ProB4a 5.1     Implement public, volunteers, and non-governmental entity roles in emergency operations plans
ProB4a 5.2     Deploy assets and resources identified for surge requirements as instructed
RESPOND MISSION AREA (Click on a Capability to see its associated tasks)
   Animal Health Emergency Support
   Citizen Evacuation and Shelter-In-Place
   Critical Resource Logistics and Distribution
   Emergency Operations Center Management
   Emergency Public Information and Warning
   Environmental Health
   Explosive Device Response Operations
   Fatality Management
   Firefighting Operations/Support
   Isolation and Quarantine
   Mass Care (Sheltering, Feeding, and Related Services)
   Mass Prophylaxis
   Medical Supplies Management and Distribution
   Medical Surge
   Onsite Incident Management
   Public Safety and Security Response
   Responder Safety and Health
   Triage and Pre-Hospital Treatment
   Urban Search & Rescue
   Volunteer Management and Donations
   WMD/Hazardous Materials Response and Decontamination

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.

Response A1a Scene and Consequence Management
   ResA1a 1     Develop Plans, Policies, Procedures, and Systems for Scene and Consequence Assessment
  ResA1a 1.1    Establish procedures for assessing an immediate incident scene
 ResA1a 1.1.1   Develop procedures for immediate incident scene reports
  ResA1a 1.2    Establish procedures for assessing incident consequences
                Establish and Implement Training and Exercise Programs for Scene and Consequence
  ResA1a 2
                Assessment
  ResA1a 2.1    Establish and Implement Training Programs for Scene and Consequence Assessment
  ResA1a 2.2    Establish and Implement Exercise Programs for Scene and Consequence Assessment
   ResA1a 3     Direct and Coordinate Scene and Consequence Assessment Operations
  ResA1a 3.1    Coordinate with EOC/responders for situational awareness and public safety concerns
  ResA1a 3.2    Report current monitoring activities and results
   ResA1a 4     Assess incident and immediate consequences
  ResA1a 4.2    Classify incident scene areas
  ResA1a 4.1    Create incident scene reports
   ResA1a 5     Identify extent and potential nature of incident
  ResA1a 5.1    Employ surveillance equipment
 ResA1a 5.1.1   Monitor for primary and secondary threats
  ResA1a 5.2    Assess damaged Infrastructure
 ResA1a 5.2.1   Identify damaged critical infrastructure assets
 ResA1a 5.2.2    Take immediate actions to protect critical assets from secondary damage
  ResA1a 6       Conduct ongoing consequence assessment.



Response A2a Incident Scene Investigation
  ResA2a 1
                 Develop plans, policies, procedures, and programs for investigating cause and origin of incidents
  ResA2a 1.1     Develop procedures, processes, and mechanisms for conducting terrorist-related investigations
 ResA2a 1.1.1    Develop processes for responding to suspicious activities
 ResA2a 1.1.2    Develop processes for identifying individuals planning and coordinating terrorist-related activities
 ResA2a 1.1.3    Develop processes for apprehending and interdicting terrorist suspects
 ResA2a 1.1.4    Develop processes for gathering, cataloging, and preserving evidence
ResA2a 1.1.4.1   Define criteria for public access to information regarding criminal investigations
 ResA2a 1.1.5    Establish MOUs to facilitate investigations
 ResA2a 1.1.6    Establish mechanisms and responsibilities for sharing investigation information
  ResA2a 1.2     Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for investigating a potential disease outbreak
 ResA2a 1.2.1    Develop procedures for identification of disease, vector and epidemic
 ResA2a 1.2.2    Develop guidelines or procedures for properly conducting a coordinated outbreak investigation
 ResA2a 1.2.3    Review and evaluate infection control guidelines

 ResA2a 1.2.4
               Establish resource acquisition and maintenance procedures to support public health laboratory testing
               Provide a ready supply of the reagents required for rapid testing of biological threat agents by LRN
ResA2a 1.2.4.1
               Reference laboratories
               Maintain a ready supply of the reagents, not supplied by CDC, required for rapid testing of biological threat
ResA2a 1.2.4.2
               agents at the reference level
ResA2a 1.2.4.3 Maintain an accurate inventory of reagents and supplies in their respective laboratories
  ResA2a 1.3   Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for investigating food contamination
 ResA2a 1.3.1 Develop a geo-coded database of all food operations
               Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for investigating a potential animal or agricultural disease
  ResA2a 1.4
               outbreak
               Plan and prepare for highly contagious animal diseases, particularly for the stage when vaccine either is
 ResA2a 1.4.1
               non-existent or in severe short supply
 ResA2a 1.4.2 Develop procedures for identification of animal disease, vector and epidemic control
               Develop guidelines/procedures for properly conducting a coordinated animal disease outbreak
 ResA2a 1.4.3
               investigation
               Determine applicable isolation/quarantine laws, policies and implementation procedures for animal
 ResA2a 1.4.4
               disease outbreak
               Develop protocols/guidelines for processing of samples from collection to delivery to the appropriate
 ResA2a 1.4.5
               laboratory
  ResA2a 1.5   Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for investigating fire
               Develop and implement training and exercise programs for investigating cause and origin of
   ResA2a 2
               incidents
  ResA2a 2.1   Develop and implement training plans related to criminal investigations
 ResA2a 2.1.1 Provide training/education on jurisdictional policies and procedures
 ResA2a 2.1.2 Provide training/education on terrorist techniques and procedures
 ResA2a 2.1.3 Provide training/education on Federal assets and responsibilities for terrorist investigations
 ResA2a 2.1.4 Provide training/education on cultural awareness as related to terrorist investigations
 ResA2a 2.1.5 Provide training/education on NIMS and NRP as relates to investigation
               Provide training on law enforcement investigation in hazardous environments (e.g., PPE, CBRNE, worker
 ResA2a 2.1.6
               safety, etc)
  ResA2a 2.2   Develop and implement public health investigation exercise programs
ResA2a 2.2.1   Develop and initiate a training plan which ensures priority preparedness training is provided across all
               areas to the State and local public health workforce, health care professionals and laboratorians
               Train a chemical terrorism laboratory coordinator (chemist or medical technologist) and assistant
 ResA2a 2.2.2 coordinator to advise the laboratory director, the State terrorism coordinator and other public health and
               environmental health officials about chemical terrorism
 ResA2a 2.2.3 Develop and implement and/or participate in public health laboratory training programs
ResA2a 2.2.3.1 Participate in a CDC-approved proficiency testing program to assure laboratory competency
               Participate in training provided by other federal partners for the use of standardized methods to detect and
ResA2a 2.2.3.2
               identify chemical and biological agents

ResA2a 2.2.3.3
                 Provide information and training on the use of appropriate safety and security equipment and procedures
                 Train all LRN Sentinel laboratories in the use of LRN biological agent rule-out protocols, specimen or
ResA2a 2.2.3.4
                 isolate referral responsibilities and notification algorithms
ResA2a 2.2.3.5   Participate in CDC training to use standardized protocols to detect biological agents
                 Participate in CDC training as required for designated levels of chemical preparedness, e.g., LRN Level-1,
ResA2a 2.2.3.6
                 -2, or -3
ResA2a 2.2.3.7   Coordinate response planning, drills and exercises for the laboratory with all relevant partners
                 At least annually, assess through exercises or after-action reports to actual events, the 24/7 capacity for
ResA2a 2.2.4     response to reports of urgent cases, outbreaks, or other public health emergencies, including any events
                 that suggest intentional release of a biological agent
                 Conduct training, drills, and exercises involving communication systems to ensure channels of
ResA2a 2.2.5     communication to inform the public, partners, and stakeholders about recommendations during public
                 health emergencies work in a timely and effective manner
                 Conduct at least one simulation exercise per year, involving at least one threat agent in category A, that
ResA2a 2.2.6     specifically tests laboratory readiness and capability to perform from specimen threat assessment, intake
                 prioritization, testing, and confirmation
                 Participate in at least one exercise per year that specifically tests chemical terrorism laboratory readiness
ResA2a 2.2.7
                 and capability to detect and identify at least three chemical-threat agents
 ResA2a 2.3      Develop and implement food safety investigation exercise and training programs
ResA2a 2.3.1     Develop standardized training courses for food related incidents
 ResA2a 2.4      Develop and implement animal health investigation testing exercise and training programs
                 Develop and initiate a training plan which ensures priority preparedness training is provided across all
ResA2a 2.4.1
                 areas to the State and local animal care professionals and laboratory technicians
                 Train a chemical terrorism laboratory coordinator (chemist or veterinary technologist) and assistant
ResA2a 2.4.2     coordinator to advise the laboratory director, the State terrorism coordinator and other animal health and
                 environmental health officials about chemical terrorism
                 At least annually, assess through exercises or after-action reports to actual events, the 24/7 capacity for
ResA2a 2.4.3     response to reports of urgent cases, outbreaks, or other animal health emergencies, including any events
                 that suggest intentional release of a biological agent
                 Conduct at least one simulation exercise per year, involving at least one threat agent in category A, that
ResA2a 2.4.4     specifically tests laboratory readiness and capability to perform from specimen threat assessment, intake
                 prioritization, testing, and confirmation
                 Participate in at least one exercise per year that specifically tests chemical terrorism laboratory readiness
ResA2a 2.4.5
                 and capability to detect and identify at least three chemical-threat agents
  ResA2a 3       Direct and coordinate operations for investigating cause and origin of incidents
 ResA2a 3.1      Coordinate criminal investigation activities
ResA2a 3.1.1     Utilize communications mechanisms to share current threat and intelligence information
 ResA2a 3.2      Coordinate evidence collection and forensic analyses
ResA2a 3.2.1     Provide technical assistance and laboratory support to State, local and tribal jurisdictions
ResA2a 3.2.2     Provide assistance in the identification of victims
 ResA2a 3.3      Coordinate evidence preservation procedures
ResA2a 3.3.1     Maintain chain-of-custody procedures
               Develop and maintain a reserve corps of tactical officers at the command post to respond to unexpected
  ResA2a 3.4
               occurrences
  ResA2a 3.5   Direct tactical operations for investigating cause and origin of fire incidents
   ResA2a 4    Conduct investigations for cause and origin of terrorist/criminal-related incidents
  ResA2a 4.1   Conduct evidence collection operations at potential crime scene
               Obtain guidance on collection and management of evidence; including notification for guidance prior to the
 ResA2a 4.1.1
               decontamination of potential crime scenes
 ResA2a 4.1.2 Collect and preserve non-contaminated evidence
 ResA2a 4.1.3 Collect and preserve contaminated evidence
               Interview witnesses/bystanders and establish process to identify perpetrators and accomplices at incident
 ResA2a 4.1.3
               scene before they can elude arrest
  ResA2a 4.2   Conduct forensic analyses of suspected criminal evidence
 ResA2a 4.2.1 Provide forensic examination of computer evidence
 ResA2a 4.2.2 Conduct DNA analysis
 ResA2a 4.2.3 Conduct fingerprinting checks and analysis
ResA2a 4.2.3.1 Cross check with local, State, Federal and international databases
 ResA2a 4.2.4 Establish process to identify accomplices
 ResA2a 4.2.5 Interrogate suspect(s)
 ResA2a 4.2.6 Report results of investigation through appropriate channels
   ResA2a 5    Investigate fires
               Secure assets needed for investigative operations on emergency basis (buildings plans, cranes and other
  ResA2a 5.1
               heavy equipment)



Response B1a On-Site Incident Management
   ResB1a 1    Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for on-site incident management
  ResB1a 1.1   Develop plan and processes for on-site incident management
 ResB1a 1.1.1  Develop processes to order, track, and assign incident resources
               Develop NIMS-compliant plans and standard operating procedures (SOPs) for emergency response
 ResB1a 1.1.2
               operations within the jurisdiction
               Develop jurisdiction emergency management plans and SOPs that are compatible and integrate support
 ResB1a 1.1.3
               for unified command during operations
  ResB1a 1.2   Develop programs and systems to support on-site incident management
 ResB1a 1.2.1 Pre-identify additional resources available to supplement command and control capabilities
   ResB1a 2    Develop and implement incident management training and exercise programs
  ResB1a 2.1   Develop and implement training programs for on-site incident management
 ResB1a 2.1.1 Train personnel in accordance with NIMS typing
               Develop a records management system to identify appropriate personnel who lack Incident Command
 ResB1a 2.1.2
               System (ICS) training, and provide automated notification of training opportunities
 ResB1a 2.1.3 Arrange for command and elected officials to attend NIMS and other applicable training
  ResB1a 2.2   Develop and implement exercises for on-site incident management
 ResB1a 2.2.1 Exercise personnel in accordance with NIMS typing
   ResB1a 3    Direct and coordinate on-site incident management operations
  ResB1a 3.1   Assign command staff (liaison officer, public safety officer, public information officer, etc)
  ResB1a 3.2   Implement command staff functions
 ResB1a 3.2.1 Perform liaison officer function
ResB1a 3.2.1.1 Direct and coordinate with arriving local, tribal, county, regional, State, and Federal first responders
ResB1a 3.2.1.2 Coordinate with non-governmental agencies and/or private sector
 ResB1a 3.2.2 Manage worker health and safety (Public Safety Officer)
 ResB1a 3.2.3 Provide public information (Public Information Officer)
ResB1a 3.2.3.1 Develop information regarding incident
ResB1a 3.2.3.2 Provide information to public, media, and other agencies
  ResB1a 3.3     Implement logistics function
 ResB1a 3.3.1    Confirm available space for resource management activities
 ResB1a 3.3.2    Identify resource needs to conduct response operations
ResB1a 3.3.2.2   Identify personnel needs
ResB1a 3.3.2.3 Identify equipment needs
ResB1a 3.3.2.4 Identify supplies needs
               Support incident response operations by providing resources ordered by the Incident Management Team
 ResB1a 3.3.3 (IMT) through the Emergency Operations Center/Multiagency Coordination Group (EOC/MAC)
ResB1a 3.3.3.1 Set up, maintain, and demobilize facilities needed to support incident
ResB1a 3.3.3.2 Provide and maintain ground support to incident site
ResB1a 3.3.3.3 Provide food support services for incident site
 ResB1a 3.3.4 Monitor/measure performance of assigned resources and request additional resources as needed
 ResB1a 3.3.5 Implement the Incident Medical Plan
 ResB1a 3.3.6 Implement Communications Plan
ResB1a 3.3.6.1 Establish and maintain communications with EOC, dispatch center, and responding units
ResB1a 3.3.6.2 Direct and coordinate with arriving local, tribal, regional, State, and Federal first responders
  ResB1a 3.4   Implement planning functions other than IAP development
 ResB1a 3.4.1 Implement personnel accountability procedures
 ResB1a 3.4.2 Collect, process, and organize situation information
 ResB1a 3.4.3 Collect, process, and disseminate intelligence information
 ResB1a 3.4.4 Maintain information on status of resources
 ResB1a 3.4.5 Maintain accurate and complete incident files
 ResB1a 3.4.6 Provide technical specialists as needed to support ICS
  ResB1a 3.5   Implement finance function
 ResB1a 3.5.1 Track personnel time
 ResB1a 3.5.2 Manage financial matters pertaining to procurement of equipment
 ResB1a 3.5.3 Manage injury compensation and claims for incident personnel
 ResB1a 3.5.4 Establish and maintain documentation measures/financial tracking
   ResB1a 4    Activate on-site incident command system (ICS)
  ResB1a 4.1   Deploy incident response teams
 ResB1a 4.1.1 Conduct initial assessment (size-up) (first arriving unit)
 ResB1a 4.1.2 Determine initial incident site perimeter (first arriving unit)
  ResB1a 4.2   Initiate the Incident Command Systems (ICS)
               Establish and maintain communications with responding units, communications/dispatching center, and
 ResB1a 4.2.1
               EOC
 ResB1a 4.2.2 Coordinate operations with specialized emergency response teams
 ResB1a 4.2.3 Direct arriving local, tribal, regional, State, and Federal first responders
 ResB1a 4.2.4 Request additional resources as necessary for operations and on-site incident management
   ResB1a 5    Establish on-site incident command
  ResB1a 5.1   Establish Incident Command (IC)

ResB1a 5.1.1
                 Establish an incident command post, incident bases, staging areas, and other facilities as required.
                 Establish the command and general staff positions needed to manage the incident and meet incident
ResB1a 5.1.2
                 objectives
                 Establish branches, groups, and divisions needed to manage the incident and meet incident objectives,
ResB1a 5.1.3
                 strategies, and tactics
ResB1a 5.1.4     Develop Incident Management Teams for managing major incidents.
 ResB1a 5.2      Implement processes to order, track, and assign incident resources
ResB1a 5.2.1     Monitor use of resources on-site

ResB1a 5.2.2
                 Request mutual aid through the EOC and Multi-agency Coordination (MAC) Group ordering process
 ResB1a 5.3      Transition command
ResB1a 5.3.1     Transfer command to next arriving officer if appropriate
 ResB1a 5.3.2   Transition from incident command to unified command for incidents involving multiple jurisdictions, a
                single jurisdiction with multi-agency involvement, or multiple jurisdictions with multi-agency involvement
   ResB1a 6     Develop incident action plan
  ResB1a 6.1    Establish incident objectives, priorities, and operational periods
 ResB1a 6.1.1   Establish operational period not to exceed 24 hours
                Develop the incident action plan (IAP) to establish priorities, procedures, and actions to be accomplished
  ResB1a 6.2
                to meet the incident objectives
 ResB1a 6.2.1   Develop Incident Communications Plan
 ResB1a 6.2.2   Develop Incident Medical Plan
 ResB1a 6.2.3   Develop Incident Demobilization Plan
   ResB1a 7     Execute the incident action plan (IAP)
  ResB1a 7.1    Implement operations function
 ResB1a 7.1.1   Disseminate IAP to other response organizations through operational briefing
  ResB1a 7.2    Conduct and support emergency operations
  ResB1a 7.3    Direct efforts to meet incident objectives in accordance with current IAP
                Support incident response operations according to Incident Management Team (IMT) assignments in the
  ResB1a 7.4
                incident action plan (IAP)
  ResB1a 7.5    Monitor performance
 ResB1a 7.5.1   Evaluate and revise processes in response to incident developments
 ResB1a 7.5.2   Track accomplishments of tasks to resolution
   ResB1a 8     Demobilize on-site incident command
  ResB1a 8.1    Implement demobilization plan
  ResB1a 8.2    Monitor demobilization/transition process
  ResB1a 8.3    Transition incident command to recovery management



Response B1b Responder Safety and Health
  ResB1b 1      Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for responder safety and health
 ResB1b 1.1     Develop and adopt agency/jurisdiction safety and health program(s)
ResB1b 1.1.1    Develop procedures to identify and assess hazards
ResB1b 1.1.2    Develop procedures for detection/exposure monitoring
ResB1b 1.1.3    Develop procedures for selection/distribution of personal protective equipment (PPE)
ResB1b 1.1.4    Develop procedures for health and safety planning
ResB1b 1.1.5    Develop procedures for risk management practices
ResB1b 1.1.6    Develop procedures for responder medical care
ResB1b 1.1.7    Develop procedures for responder decontamination procedures
ResB1b 1.1.8    Develop procedures for responder infection control
ResB1b 1.1.9    Develop procedures for responder vaccinations for preventable diseases
ResB1b 1.1.10   Develop procedures for responder adequate work- schedule relief
ResB1b 1.1.11   Develop procedures for responder psychological support
ResB1b 1.1.12   Develop procedures for responder medical follow-up assessments
                Conduct a detailed analysis of all 15 planning scenarios to ensure that all workers are protected in
  ResB1b 1.2
                performing the tasks from all hazards
                Establish plans and procedures for identifying sources of additional equipment and expertise if the safety
  ResB1b 1.3
                and health program is overwhelmed
  ResB1b 2      Develop and implement responder safety and health training and exercise programs
  ResB1b 2.1    Develop and implement responder health and safety training

 ResB1b 2.1.1   Provide all required health and safety training, including pre-incident training and site/incident specific
                training, and exercises to develop and maintain appropriate knowledge and expertise for responders
 ResB1b 2.1.2   Establish and implement pre-incident health and safety training
 ResB1b 2.1.3   Establish programs to provide site-specific health and safety training
 ResB1b 2.2      Develop and implement responder health and safety exercises
                 Conduct health and safety exercises to develop and maintain appropriate knowledge and expertise for
ResB1b 2.2.1
                 responders
  ResB1b 3       Direct and coordinate responder safety and health operations
 ResB1b 3.1
                 Maintain coordination and communication between agencies regarding responder safety and health
 ResB1b 3.2      Provide technical specialists as needed to support the Incident Command System
ResB1b 3.2.1     Provide responder safety and health technical specialists as needed to support ICS
                 Contact and work with subject matter experts (SMEs) from public/private agencies and academia who may
ResB1b 3.2.2
                 be able to assist with safety issues at the incident.
 ResB1b 3.3      Communicate information regarding responder health and safety
ResB1b 3.3.1     Monitor routine and emergency communications within the incident command structure at all times
                 Maintain routine and emergency communications within the incident command structure at all times during
ResB1b 3.3.2
                 the incident.
 ResB1b 3.4      Manage resources to support responder safety and health
ResB1b 3.4.1     Assess the availability of safety and health related resources and assets
ResB1b 3.4.2     Assess the availability of resources/assets provided by public, private and volunteer organizations
ResB1b 3.4.3     Request additional safety and health resources through mutual aid
                 Ensure coordination of assets assigned to perform worker safety and health risk assessment and risk
ResB1b 3.4.4
                 management.
ResB1b 3.4.5     Utilize ordering systems to obtain additional needed resources
 ResB1b 3.5      Manage/monitor responder health and safety during incident.
ResB1b 3.5.1     Provide review of OSHA requirements to assure that they allow operations during a disaster.
                 Coordinate with public health officials (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health [NIOSH]) to
ResB1b 3.5.2
                 assess whether primary response personnel have adequate PPE for the conditions
 ResB1b 3.6      Coordinate and support responder decontamination activities
                 Contribute to development of the incident action plan (IAP) to establish priorities, procedures, and actions
                 to be accomplished to meet the incident objectives. To Ensure that safety and health requirements are
 ResB1b 3.7
                 addressed, Safety Officer develops and reviews components (i.e., safety analysis, site safety and control
                 plan, medical plan, safety message, etc.) of the IAP
 ResB1b 4        Activate Responder Safety and Health Operations
 ResB1b 4.1      Designate Safety Officer within the ICS
                 Assume responsibility for supervision and management of the safety assistants based on the severity and
ResB1b 4.1.1
                 complexity of the incident
 ResB1b 4.2      Deploy specialized response teams to provide technical assistance to Safety Officer
 ResB1b 5        Identify Responder Safety/PPE Needs
 ResB1b 5.1      Perform an incident safety analysis
                 Identify and prioritize the operations, hazards, and exposures of greatest risk to site personnel and
ResB1b 5.1.1     coordinate with the Incident Command (IC) to develop specific actions to address them and protect site
                 personnel
                 Observe the scene and review/evaluate hazard and response information as it pertains to the safety of all
ResB1b 5.1.2
                 persons on the scene and responding
                 Assist the incident commander (IC) in developing an incident safety and control plan to respond within the
 ResB1b 5.2      capabilities of available response personnel, taking into account available resources such as personal
                 protective equipment (PPE), monitoring equipment, and control equipment
 ResB1b 5.2.1    Develop a PPE program as part of Health and Safety Program
  ResB1b 5.3     Assess responder safety and health resource needs
 ResB1b 5.3.1    Assess public-health related resource needs for responders
ResB1b 5.3.1.1 Ensure adequate personal protective equipment is available to protect health care personnel
ResB1b 5.3.1.2 Ensure adequate portable or fixed decontamination systems exist for health care personnel
               Ensure all responders have access to necessary vaccinations prior to delivery of services, if possible, to
ResB1b 5.3.1.3
               include nongovernmental response personnel
 ResB1b 5.3.2 Assess animal-health related resource needs for responders
ResB1b 5.3.2.1
               Ensure adequate personal protective equipment is available to protect animal health care personnel
ResB1b 5.3.2.2 Ensure adequate portable or fixed decontamination systems exist for animal health care personnel
               Ensure all animal health-care responders have access to necessary vaccinations prior to delivery of
ResB1b 5.3.2.3
               services, if possible, to include nongovernmental response personnel
  ResB1b 5.4   Develop recommendations for protecting responder safety and health
 ResB1b 5.4.1 Identify responder safety and health resources required
                 Provide the Incident Command (IC) and the Incident Command System (ICS) staff with observation-based
ResB1b 5.4.2
                 recommendations regarding considerations for the safety of on-site personnel
 ResB1b 6        Distribute Safety Equipment/PPE to Responders
 ResB1b 6.1      Provide incident/site-specific training
ResB1b 6.1.1     Ensure that all responders have minimum training required to perform roles during an incident
                 Implement site-specific incident health and safety plan, including after-action care as needed for on-scene
 ResB1b 6.2
                 personnel
 ResB1b 6.3      Provide required PPE
ResB1b 6.3.1     Manage responders and individual baseline fit test levels
 ResB1b 7        Conduct Ongoing Monitoring of Responder Safety and Health
 ResB1b 7.1      Monitor all responders for exposure to hazardous materials
                 Ensure that the exposure monitoring (personnel and environment) specified in the health and safety plan
ResB1b 7.1.1
                 and related standard operating procedures (SOPs) is performed
                 Notify affected recovery workers of exposure assessment results to hazardous substances and
ResB1b 7.1.2
                 recommend follow-up action as necessary
ResB1b 7.1.3     Monitor and control operating time of rescuers assigned to hot zone to minimize rescuer exposure
                 Coordinate with environmental health experts to obtain technical assistance for monitoring responder
 ResB1b 7.2
                 safety and health issues
 ResB1b 7.3      Coordinate with Incident Management/EOC to ensure that medical unit is established on site
 ResB1b 7.4      Monitor operations for responder safety and health issues
                 Monitor hazardous site operations and ensure that personnel perform their tasks in a safe manner and
ResB1b 7.4.1
                 follow the safety-related requirements identified in the incident action plan (IAP)
                 Evaluate the progress of the planned response to ensure that the response objectives are being met
ResB1b 7.4.2
                 safely
                 Monitor hazardous site operations and insure that personnel have the PPE and training needed to perform
ResB1b 7.4.3     their tasks in a safe manner and follow the safety-related requirements identified in the incident action
                 plan (IAP)
                 Identify and implement all corrective actions necessary to ensure the safety and health of all site
 ResB1b 7.5
                 personnel
                 Evaluate incident operations and identify safety considerations, any dangerous situations, and any
ResB1b 7.5.1
                 deviations from established health and safety practices
                 Assist the Incident Command (IC) and the Incident Command System (ICS) staff in implementing
ResB1b 7.5.2
                 exposure monitoring and enforcing safety considerations
ResB1b 7.5.3     Investigate accidents that have occurred within the incident area
ResB1b 7.5.4     Exercise emergency authority to stop and prevent unsafe acts
                 Alter, suspend, or terminate any activity judged to be an imminent danger or immediately dangerous to life
ResB1b 7.5.5
                 and health.
 ResB1b 7.6      Ensure recording and reporting of any and all injuries and illnesses
 ResB1b 8        Demobilize responder safety and health operations
 ResB1b 8.1      Conduct Post-incident analysis of responder health and safety
                 Report and document the incident by completing and submitting required forms, reports, documentation,
ResB1b 8.1.1
                 and follow-up notation
                 Debrief hazardous materials branch/group personnel on site-specific occupational safety and health
ResB1b 8.1.2
                 issues involving hazardous materials/WMD releases
                 Participate in the incident critique process and identify critical safety and health-related observations of
ResB1b 8.1.3
                 incident activities
 ResB1b 8.1.4
                 Provide worker crisis counseling, substance abuse services, and mental and behavioral health support

 ResB1b 8.2
                 Coordinate with long-term health care to monitor psychological and medical status of exposed responders

 ResB1b 8.3      Coordinate with long-term health care to provide comprehensive stress management strategies,
                 programs, worker crisis counseling, substance abuse services, and mental and behavioral health support



Response B1c Emergency Operations Center Management
                 Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for emergency operation center (EOC)
  ResB1c 1
                 management
  ResB1c 1.1     Develop plans, policies, and procedures for EOC management
 ResB1c 1.1.1    Develop standard operating procedures for activation, operation, and deactivation of EOC
 ResB1c 1.1.2    Develop security and access control plans for EOC
 ResB1c 1.1.3    Develop, adapt, or implement plans to support the IC, UC, or other agencies as needed
 ResB1c 1.1.4    Establish and implement an order of command succession or continuity consistent with NIMS
 ResB1c 1.1.5    Develop transportation emergency plans
ResB1c 1.1.5.1   Ensure mass transportation representatives participate with Federal, State and local planners
ResB1c 1.1.5.2   Ensure development of contingency plans for the use of transportation assets in support functions
 ResB1c 1.1.6    Develop emergency operations plans, policies and procedures
 ResB1c 1.1.7    Develop continuity of operations/continuity of government (COOP/COG) plans
  ResB1c 1.2     Design, construct, and equip the EOC
 ResB1c 1.2.1    Create one central and one backup EOC
  ResB1c 1.3     Establish operational and redundant communication systems for EOC operation
                 Verify that all critical communication links/circuits/systems have been identified and regularly tested;
 ResB1c 1.3.1    redundant and diverse links exist in case of single point of failure; and all emergency circuits are protected
                 with telecommunications service priority for prompt restoration/provisioning
ResB1c 1.3.1.1   Verify that redundant and diverse communication links exist in case of single point of failure
                 Ensure that all emergency circuits are protected with telecommunications service priority for prompt
ResB1c 1.3.1.2
                 restoration
                 Identify all participating public safety related Communication Centers that directly or indirectly serve the
 ResB1c 1.3.2
                 EOC
                 Verify that all participating public-safety related Communication Centers serving the EOC are secure and
ResB1c 1.3.2.1
                 functional.
                 Verify that all participating public-safety related Communication Centers serving the EOC have
ResB1c 1.3.2.2
                 established communication links with EOC
                 Verify that all participating public-safety related Communication Centers serving the EOC have appropriate
ResB1c 1.3.2.3   supplemental resources and other outlets to provide prompt, accurate public information, and effective,
                 timely notifications
                 Verify that all participating public-safety related Communication Centers serving the EOC maintain a valid
ResB1c 1.3.2.4
                 common operating picture for all responders/participants
                 Verify that all serving Public Safety Communication Centers have clear and standard operating
ResB1c 1.3.2.5
                 procedures (SOPs), consistent with the potential needs specifically related to the event

ResB1c 1.3.2.6 Verify that primary and secondary means to establish and maintain communication services through the
               event timeline are in place, can be activated promptly, and can continue to operate at acceptable levels
               Verify that all participating public safety- related Communication Centers—serving the EOC directly or
               indirectly—are secure and functional, have established communication links with the EOC, have
ResB1c 1.3.2.7 appropriate supplemental resources and other outlets to provide prompt, accurate public information and
               effective, timely notifications, and maintain a valid common operating picture for all
               responders/participants
  ResB1c 2     Develop and implement emergency operation center training and exercise programs
 ResB1c 2.1    Conduct EOC specific training
                 Develop exercise program to evaluate the effectiveness of emergency operations center (EOC) incident
ResB1c 2.2.2
                 management process
 ResB1c 2.2      Develop exercise program for emergency operations plans, policies and procedures

ResB1c 2.2.1
               Develop exercise program for continuity of operations/continuity of government (COOP/COG) plans
               Brief chief executive and other key officials of the jurisdiction in the jurisdiction’s command and control
  ResB1c 2.3
               plans for large-scale emergencies
  ResB1c 2.4   Conduct annual command and control training and exercises for large-scale emergencies
  ResB1c 3     Direct and coordinate EOC/MACC operations
  ResB1c 3.1   Establish organization/operation of EOC
 ResB1c 3.1.1 Ensure that all appropriate functional areas are staffed
 ResB1c 3.1.2 Organize liaison structure for supporting organizations
ResB1c 3.1.2.1 Designate liaison representatives to incident response management structure
               Identify staff liaisons and points of contact to provide technical and subject matter expertise, data, advice
ResB1c 3.1.2.2
               and staff support operations
               Ensure appropriate maintenance and rest cycles are included in resource (personnel and equipment)
 ResB1c 3.1.3
               management activities
  ResB1c 3.2   Send request to State and Federal authorities to declare a state of emergency
  ResB1c 3.3   Conduct emergency management at MACC
 ResB1c 3.3.1 Coordinate jurisdictional emergency management operations
 ResB1c 3.3.2 Coordinate with IC/UC and emergency response
 ResB1c 3.3.3 Direct all support organizations participating in EOC
  ResB1c 3.4   Conduct communication
 ResB1c 3.4.1 Collect, analyze, and disseminate information
 ResB1c 3.4.2 Support hazard and consequence assessment
               Support identification and determination of potential hazards and threats, including mapping, modeling,
ResB1c 3.4.2.1
               and forecasting
  ResB1c 3.5   Provide logistical support for the operation and requests of the IC/EOC
 ResB1c 3.5.1 Establish and manage staging site
 ResB1c 3.5.2 Store response resources
 ResB1c 3.5.3 Provide property, facility, and materials management operations for logistics support
 ResB1c 3.5.4 Provide management and support of mobilization center
               Create inputs for emergency response plan for both larger, regulated systems (systems regulated by the
 ResB1c 3.5.5
               Safe Water Drinking Act [SDWA]), and small unregulated systems (private wells, etc.)
 ResB1c 3.5.6 Process and manage requests for additional personnel or equipment
 ResB1c 3.5.7 Designate additional personnel or equipment as needed
 ResB1c 3.5.8 Transport rescue, medical and security personnel to the scene/treatment areas
  ResB1c 3.6   Coordinate requests for transportation support
               Process and coordinate requests for, and offers of, Federal and civil transportation support, both domestic
 ResB1c 3.6.1
               and international
               Develop and implement strategy for re-routing cargo to areas where infrastructure is intact and functioning
 ResB1c 3.6.2
               properly
               Implement transportation protocols to transport biological, chemical, nuclear and radiological specimens
 ResB1c 3.6.3
               and samples for testing
 ResB1c 3.6.4 Coordinate the handling and transporting of waste and spills
  ResB1c 3.7   Transition from response to recovery
  ResB1c 4     Activate the EOC
  ResB1c 4.1   Identify the EOC location
 ResB1c 4.1.1 Identify the location of the primary facility for center/team
 ResB1c 4.1.2 Identify the location of the alternate facility for center/team
 ResB1c 4.1.3 Develop organizational structure of the EOC
 ResB1c 4.1.4 Establish roles and responsibilities of EOCs
 ResB1c 4.1.5 Integrate appropriate private-sector entities into incident response activities
 ResB1c 4.2    Assess response level/emergency conditions
 ResB1c 4.3    Activate, alert, and notify EOC personnel
ResB1c 4.3.1   Direct all support organizations to participate in MACC
ResB1c 4.3.1   Notify and deploy liaison officers to EOC
ResB1c 4.3.3   Activate appropriate sections, branches, divisions and groups within EOC
ResB1c 4.3.4   Ensure appropriate notifications to activate the EOC are made
ResB1c 4.3.5   Alert appropriate national-level organizations of incident of national significance
 ResB1c 4.4    Brief incoming personnel
 ResB1c 5      Gather and Provide Information to maintain situational awareness in EOC
 ResB1c 5.1    Make proper connections with other agencies involved in incident
               Determine status of communication links between EOC and all participating public safety related
ResB1c 5.1.1
               communication centers
ResB1c 5.1.2   Monitor communication and information systems for incident information
 ResB1c 5.2    Collect, analyze, and disseminate information

ResB1c 5.2.1
               Coordinate with local, county, regional, State, and Federal EOCs in information analysis and sharing

ResB1c 5.2.2
               Coordinate with local, county, regional, State, and Federal EOCs to collect/share data on incident situation

ResB1c 5.2.3
               Coordinate with non-government agencies and/or private sector to collect/share data on incident situation

ResB1c 5.3     Provide physical security and security personnel to adequately safeguard the medical material assets at
               storage locations whether maintained by federal, state, local or private/commercial entities
 ResB1c 6      Identify Issues to be addressed through EOC decision-making
 ResB1c 6.1    Identify issues and elevate up chain of command, as needed
ResB1c 6.1.1   Assess and identify resource issues
ResB1c 6.1.2   Assess and identify technical support issues
ResB1c 6.1.3   Identify key policy decisions needed across all capabilities
ResB1c 6.1.4   Identify issues
ResB1c 6.1.5   Elevate issues up the chain of command, as needed
               Communicate key issues to appropriate agency, functions, jurisdiction, or multi-agency coordination entity
ResB1c 6.2
               for resolution
ResB1c 6.3     Track issues until they are resolved
ResB1c 7       Implement multi-agency coordinated decisions
ResB1c 7.1     Establish priorities of issues to be resolved, in coordination with IC/UC and Area Commands
ResB1c 7.2     Provide strategic coordination and direction
ResB1c 7.3     Coordinate and resolve policy issues
               Facilitate resolution to policy, political, social, and economic sensitivities of the affected jurisdiction(s) as
ResB1c 7.3.1
               they impact response and recovery operations
ResB1c 7.3.2   Facilitate formulation of protective action decisions (PADs), as needed
ResB1c 7.3.3   Facilitate decision to implement isolation and quarantine, when needed
ResB1c 7.3.4   Coordinate legal and regulatory issues with support of general counsel
 ResB1c 7.4    Implement continuity of operations (COOP) plans and continuity of government (COG) plans
 ResB1c 8      Provide EOC coordination and support to response operations
 ResB1c 8.1    Provide resource, technical, and policy support to incident command
               Provide direction, information, and/or support as appropriate to incident command (IC) or unified
ResB1c 8.1.1
               command (UC) and/or joint field office(s)
ResB1c 8.1.2   Coordinate with organizations outside the MACS
ResB1c 8.1.3   Coordinate with nongovernmental organization or private business/association
ResB1c 8.1.4   Coordinate with governmental agencies
ResB1c 8.1.5   Coordinate transition of incident site to appropriate authority
 ResB1c 8.2    Coordinate and support technical issues
ResB1c 8.2.1   Support hazard and consequence assessment
               Support identification and determination of potential hazards and threats, including mapping, modeling,
 ResB1c 8.2.2
               and forecasting
               Provide input on forecasting and planning aspects as part of the Incident Command System (ICS) for
 ResB1c 8.2.3
               needs in the coming days
  ResB1c 8.3   Coordinate resource logistics and distribution
 ResB1c 8.3.1 Coordinate activation of mutual aid agreements to obtain resources
               Support incident response operations by providing resources ordered by the Incident Management Team
 ResB1c 8.3.2
               (IMT) through the EOC
  ResB1c 8.4   Coordinate transportation response
 ResB1c 8.4.1 Coordinate traffic control
 ResB1c 8.4.2 Implement a traffic management plan
ResB1c 8.4.2.1 Coordinate traffic control around health care facilities and prophylaxis dispensing centers
ResB1c 8.4.2.2 Monitor and share real-time traffic status
               Provide physical security and security personnel to adequately safeguard the medical material assets
  ResB1c 5.2
               while in transit with federal, state, local or private/commercial entities
  ResB1c 8.5   Coordinate with other functional activities
 ResB1c 8.5.1 Implement plans to support the IC, UC, or other agencies as needed
  ResB1c 9     Demobilize EOC operations
  ResB1c 9.1   Re-assess and implement EOC demobilization and deactivation plans
  ResB1c 9.2   Deactivate EOC at appropriate time
               Coordinate and direct the disestablishment and redeployment of centers/teams/offices activated or
 ResB1c 9.2.1
               deployed in response to an incident
  ResB1c 9.3   Facilitate demobilization plans and procedures for preparation of after-action reports
  ResB1c 9.4   Rehabilitate and re-supply the EOC entity to return to state of readiness

  ResB1c 9.5
                 Manage the transition from response to recovery and implementation of long-term management plans



Response B1d Critical Resource Logistics and Distribution
                 Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for resource management in accordance with the
  ResB1d 1       National Incident Management System (NIMS), and include pre-positioning of resources to
                 efficiently and effectively respond to an incident
  ResB1d 1.1     Establish plans and systems for resource identification, typing, and inventorying
 ResB1d 1.1.1    Establish equipment interoperability requirements for resource typing
  ResB1d 1.2     Establish plans and systems for acquiring and ordering resources
 ResB1d 1.2.1    Establish plans and systems for acquiring transportation related resources

ResB1d 1.2.1.1
                 Develop intermodal agreements for the transport of food, agricultural products, medical supplies, etc
  ResB1d 1.3     Establish plans and systems for mobilizing and allocating
 ResB1d 1.3.1    Establish planning for precautionary pre-positioning of resources
                 Develop plans for establishment of logistic staging areas (LSAs) for internal and external response
 ResB1d 1.3.2
                 personnel, equipment, and supplies
  ResB1d 1.4     Establish systems for tracking and reporting on resources
  ResB1d 1.5     Establish plans and systems for recovery and reimbursement
 ResB1d 1.5.1    Develop processes for reimbursement programs

 ResB1d 1.5.2
                 Develop processes for resource recovery, rehabilitation, replenishment, disposition and retrograding
                 Establish plans and procedures for coordinating with non-governmental and private sector organizations
  ResB1d 1.6
                 for obtaining resources
 ResB1d 1.6.1    Establish mutual aid agreements for obtaining resources from other organizations
 ResB1d 1.6.2    Establish plans and procedures for managing other public and private organizations
                 Include resources contributed by private sector and non-government organizations in all resource logistics
 ResB1d 1.6.3
                 and management plans
ResB1d 2       Develop and implement resource logistics and distribution training and exercise programs
ResB1d 2.1     Develop and implement resource logistics and distribution training programs
               Develop and implement training in emergency logistics that incorporates linkages among damage/needs
ResB1d 2.1.1
               assessment, logistics management, and volunteer/donations management
ResB1d 2.2     Develop and implement resource logistics and distribution exercise programs
               Validate resource logistics and distribution plans and training programs using exercises ranging from
ResB1d 2.2.1
               tabletop to full-scale
ResB1d 3       Direct and coordinate resource logistics and distribution operations
ResB1d 3.1     Manage and coordinate resource needs assessment
               Establish communication between EOC and Incident Management Team to determine resource needs to
ResB1d 3.1.1
               support incident response and operations
               Make determination regarding the need for additional external resources and implementing a vertical
ResB1d 3.1.2
               resource logistics and distribution plan
 ResB1d 3.2    Support identification of resource sources
ResB1d 3.2.1   Categorize and type the resources incident managers commonly request, deploy and employ.
               Identify existing internal, jurisdiction-specific resources available to support response and recovery
ResB1d 3.2.2
               operations
ResB1d 3.2.3   Prepare contracts for support of emergency support functions
ResB1d 3.2.4   Meet ongoing resource support needs through appropriate procurement sources from the EOC
 ResB1d 3.3    Maintain financial records of management response operations
ResB1d 3.3.1   Ensure adherence to standardized financial management controls, guidance, and organization
ResB1d 3.3.2   Process and manage reimbursement and funding requests
 ResB1d 3.4    Coordinate requests for transportation resources
ResB1d 3.4.1   Manage financial aspects of transportation response activities
 ResB1d 3.5    Provide logistical support for the operation and requests of the IC/EOC
ResB1d 3.5.1   Coordinate distribution of stockpile assets
ResB1d 3.5.2   Coordinate the handling and transporting of affected persons
ResB1d 3.5.3   Provide and coordinate the use of emergency power generation services at critical facilities
 ResB1d 4      Activate Resource Logistics and Distribution operations
               Initiate resource logistics and distribution support for incident response operations according to the
ResB1d 4.1
               Incident Management Team (IMT) assignments in the Incident Action Plan (IAP)
               Implement plans and procedures for establishing a logistics staging area (LSA) for internal and external
ResB1d 4.2
               response personnel, equipment, and supplies
ResB1d 4.3     Initiate a resource tracking system
               Plan and prepare for the demobilization process well in advance in accordance with NIMS in order to
ResB1d 4.4
               facilitate accountability and make transportation of resources as efficient as possible
ResB1d 5       Respond to resource needs assessment
ResB1d 5.1     Obtain needs assessments from appropriate authorities (Federal advance teams, EOC, IC, etc)
               Inventory, type, and categorize, by material or services, all resources (facilities, equipment, personnel, and
ResB1d 5.2
               systems) available to support emergency operations

ResB1d 5.2.1
               Assess the availability of resources/assets provided by public, private and volunteer organizations
               Determine availability of supplies stocked in distribution facilities, national stockpiles, and customer supply
ResB1d 5.2.2
               centers
ResB1d 5.2.3   Identify clean-up/disposal contractors and service providers
               Identify resources that can be procured quickly in response to an incident as compared to resources that
ResB1d 5.2.4
               must be procured and stored prior to an incident
ResB1d 5.2.5   Identify private vendors and suppliers to fill resource gaps
 ResB1d 6      Acquire resources needed for response operations
               Implement plans, procedures, and protocols for resource acquisition and management in accordance with
ResB1d 6.1
               NIMS
 ResB1d 6.2    Request Resources needed for response to field operations
ResB1d 6.2.1   Activate mutual aid to obtain resources
ResB1d 6.2.2     Acquire needed resources from private sector
 ResB1d 6.3      Coordinate and obtain resources for sustained operations
                 Identify and activate support agencies required to provide immediate support and those agencies to
ResB1d 6.3.1
                 remain available on stand-by
                 Provide facilities, transportation, supplies, equipment/equipment maintenance, fueling, food service, and
ResB1d 6.3.2
                 communications through the logistics staging area (LSA)

ResB1d 6.3.3
                 Obtain supplies stocked in distribution facilities, national stockpiles, and customer supply centers
ResB1d 6.3.4     Track/record resource movement in and out of the logistics staging area (LSA)
 ResB1d 6.4      Identify and acquire transportation support for resource distribution
ResB1d 6.4.1     Identify emergency transportation resources
ResB1d 6.4.2     Activate intermodal liaison to interface with transportation modes offering assistance
ResB1d 6.4.3     Mobilize and coordinate Federal, State and local transportation assets
 ResB1d 7        Transport and track resources
 ResB1d 7.1      Mobilize resources to ready for transportation
ResB1d 7.1.1     Manage pre-staged response resources
ResB1d 7.1.2     Activate supply, facilities, ground support, communications, food and medical units
ResB1d 7.1.3     Prioritize use of supplies
ResB1d 7.1.4     Mobilize transportation to distribute resources
ResB1d 7.1.5     Allocate, mobilize, and manage transportation resources
 ResB1d 7.2      Deploy and transport resources to appropriate, pre-determined locations
                 Coordinate logistics related to locations and schedules for movement of emergency supplies into and
ResB1d 7.2.1
                 within less affected areas

ResB1d 7.2.2
                 Implement strategy for re-routing cargo to areas where infrastructure is intact and functioning properly
ResB1d 7.2.3     Provide operational assistance/support and resources to affected areas
                 Maintain available/ready external back-up response capabilities (eg CBRNE-trained military
ResB1d 7.2.4
                 units/personnel)
 ResB1d 7.3      Track the deployment, movement, and transportation of resources prior to and during an incident
ResB1d 7.3.1     Implement resource tracking systems and capabilities
ResB1d 7.3.2     Document resources committed to incident response
ResB1d 7.3.3     Maintain records of equipment and materials
ResB1d 7.3.4     Track personnel, equipment, and supplies
ResB1d 7.3.5     Maintain inventories of supplies for access and distribution to responders
ResB1d 7.3.6     Track and report transportation resources
                 Support incident response operations by providing resources ordered by the Incident Management Team
 ResB1d 7.4
                 through the Emergency Operations Center/Multiagency Coordination Group (EOC/MAC)
 ResB1d 8        Recover Resources
 ResB1d 8.1      Deactivate or recall personnel during or after an incident
ResB1d 8.1.1     Cycle personnel to allow for rest and recuperation
ResB1d 8.1.2     Cycle resources to allow for rehabilitation and/or re-supply efforts
 ResB1d 8.2      Demobilize resources
ResB1d 8.2.1     Identify demobilization support services
ResB1d 8.2.2     Rehabilitate and/or re-supply all expendable and non-expendable resources
ResB1d 8.2.3     Recover all deployed resources that are salvageable
ResB1d 8.2.4     Return resources to issuing location
ResB1d 8.2.4.1 Restock laboratory supplies and resume routine laboratory services
  ResB1d 8.3   Dispose of resources
               Use established regulations and policies to deal with resources that require special handling and
 ResB1d 8.3.1
               disposition, such as biological waste, contaminated supplies, debris, and equipment
  ResB1d 8.4   Provide for financial management and reimbursement
 ResB1d 8.4.1 Activate reimbursement process
 ResB1d 8.4.2   Account for all resource use and expenditures
 ResB1d 8.4.3   Maintain records of expenditures
 ResB1d 8.4.4   Receive and process reimbursement requests
 ResB1d 8.4.5   Process compensation claims and related administrative activities
  ResB1d 9      Demobilize resource logistics and distribution operations
  ResB1d 9.1    Re-assess and implement resource logistics demobilization plans

 ResB1d 9.2
                Determine that equipment and unused resources/supplies are no longer needed to support operation
 ResB1d 9.3     Implement demobilization and deactivation procedures



Response B1e Volunteer Management and Donations
                Establish plans, policies, procedures, and systems for managing unaffiliated volunteers and
  ResB1e 1
                unsolicited donations
                Develop NIMS-compatible plans, policies, and protocols for coordinating the management of unaffiliated
 ResB1e 1.1
                volunteers
 ResB1e 1.1.1   Develop plans, policies, and protocols for managing volunteers for medical tasks
 ResB1e 1.1.2   Develop plans, policies, and protocols for managing volunteers for non-medical tasks
                Develop plans, policies, and protocols for coordinating the referral of unaffiliated professional and skilled
 ResB1e 1.1.3
                volunteers
 ResB1e 1.1.4   Develop plan to establish volunteer reception center
 ResB1e 1.1.5   Research existing liability issues and laws that affect unaffiliated volunteers utilization.
ResB1e 1.1.5.1 Encourage agencies receiving unaffiliated volunteers to clarify their limits on liability protection
 ResB1e 1.1.6 Determine priority needs and roles required from the unaffiliated volunteers for all-hazards
 ResB1e 1.1.7 Identify potential volunteer opportunities to expedite community involvement
               Develop plan to open and staff a donations call center to accept, match and process offers of goods and
 ResB1e 1.1.8
               services
ResB1e 1.1.8.1 Assign toll free number for use at call center
  ResB1e 1.2   Develop plans, policies, and protocols for coordinating with voluntary organizations
 ResB1e 1.2.1 Develop system/criteria for evaluating and/or vetting voluntary organizations and/or relief funds
 ResB1e 1.2.2 Develop a list of verified and/or vetted voluntary organizations and/or relief funds
               Develop NIMS-compatible plans, policies, and protocols for managing donated supplies, services, money
  ResB1e 1.3
               and equipment

 ResB1e 1.3.1
                Develop plans, policies, and protocols for coordinating the management of unsolicited donated goods

 ResB1e 1.3.2
                Develop plans, policies, and protocols for coordinating the management of undesignated cash donations
 ResB1e 1.4     Develop plans for communications regarding use volunteers and donations
                Develop plans for effective information management communicating with Public Information Officers
 ResB1e 1.4.1
                (PIOs) at all levels
                Develop plans to coordinate with federal/state/local/tribal government, nongovernmental organizations,
 ResB1e 1.4.2   and private entities to effectively use unaffiliated volunteers, unsolicited donated goods, undesignated
                cash donations
                Develop outreach plan designed to educate the preparedness and response community about the
 ResB1e 1.4.3
                functions of the unaffiliated volunteers and donations management capability
                Develop and Implement Training and Exercise Programs for managing unaffiliated volunteers and
  ResB1e 2
                unsolicited donations
  ResB1e 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for managing volunteers
 ResB1e 2.1.1   Develop and implement awareness training programs regarding use of volunteers and donations
 ResB1e 2.1.2   Develop and conduct training to improve all-hazard incident management capability
                Complete relevant Incident Command System and/or National Incident Management System training for
 ResB1e 2.1.3
                appropriate personnel and volunteers
                 Conduct internal and external training about the activities and responsibilities of unaffiliated volunteers and
ResB1e 2.1.4
                 unsolicited donations capability
                 Participate in training exercises with government agencies and other nongovernmental organizations, as
ResB1e 2.1.5
                 appropriate
  ResB1e 2.2     Develop and implement exercises regarding management of volunteers and donations
 ResB1e 2.2.1    Exercise plans for unaffiliated volunteers and unsolicited donations management
ResB1e 2.2.1.1 Develop and implement exercise and training for the distribution of public information
               Conduct an after action review to determine strengths and shortfalls and develop a corrective plan
 ResB1e 2.2.2
               accordingly
   ResB1e 3    Coordinate overall management of unaffiliated volunteers and unsolicited donations
  ResB1e 3.1   Review and activate State and local plans for unsolicited donations and unaffiliated volunteers
  ResB1e 3.2   Coordinate plans for managing unsolicited donations
  ResB1e 3.3   Coordinate communications regarding use of volunteers and donations
               Establish a liaison with media outlets and other stakeholders (e.g. Congress, Federal agencies) to provide
 ResB1e 3.3.1
               information about unaffiliated volunteers and donations
               Work closely with public information officers (PIOs) to disseminate critical information about appropriate
 ResB1e 3.3.2
               ways to volunteer and donate
  ResB1e 3.4   Coordinate with agencies offering and/or accepting donations

ResB1e 3.4.1
                 Coordinate voluntary support/activities with community/tribal leadership and liaise with local agencies
                 Coordinate and collaborate with Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD), its members, and
ResB1e 3.4.2
                 other vetted agencies/ organizations/ businesses
ResB1e 3.4.3     Coordinate international offers of assistance
 ResB1e 3.5      Coordinate approval for using volunteers and donations
ResB1e 3.5.1     Coordinate with Federal agencies for the entry of approved donated items into the United States
ResB1e 3.5.2     Coordinate with Federal agencies for the entry of approved individuals into the United States
ResB1e 3.5.3     Collaborate with other agencies/organizations/businesses regarding volunteers and donations
                 Gather donations information about collections, distributions and other events concerning donations from
ResB1e 3.5.4
                 the field to help manage the effect
  ResB1e 4       Activate volunteers and donations management emergency plan
 ResB1e 4.1      Activate volunteer and donations management systems
ResB1e 4.1.1     Activate donations/volunteer coordination teams (DVCT)
ResB1e 4.1.2     Activate pre-assigned toll-free numbers
ResB1e 4.1.3     Establish a volunteer and donations coordination center (VDCC)
 ResB1e 4.2      Initiate contact and communications regarding use of volunteers and donations
ResB1e 4.2.1     Establish early contact with coordinators of voluntary organizations
                 Brief senior leadership and elected officials (government, Federal Coordinating Officer [FCO], Congress
ResB1e 4.2.2
                 staff)
 ResB1e 4.2.3    Work with other Federal agencies and functions
ResB1e 4.2.3.1 Work with all affected local/state/tribal/federal governments
               Develop donations program guidance, designate a donations coordinator, and provide other assistance as
 ResB1e 4.2.4
               required
 ResB1e 4.2.5 Provide direction to field offices
   ResB1e 5    Organize unaffiliated volunteer individuals and groups
  ResB1e 5.1   Manage large numbers of unaffiliated government and nongovernmental volunteers in disasters
  ResB1e 5.2   Identify appropriate volunteers
               Operate call centers and websites to gather information and register if possible, unaffiliated spontaneous
 ResB1e 5.2.1
               volunteers
 ResB1e 5.2.2 Conduct pre-deployment/pre-assignment briefing for volunteers
 ResB1e 5.2.3 Implement system to check credentialing/accreditation of skilled volunteers if necessary
 ResB1e 5.2.4 Match and refer individual or grouped volunteers with requests from agencies
  ResB1e 5.3   Develop just-in-time training program for volunteers to perform required tasks
  ResB1e 5.4   Provide volunteers with written awareness materials
   ResB1e 6    Collect and receive material contributions
  ResB1e 6.1   Identify and collect donated material
 ResB1e 6.1.1  Operate phone banks and websites to collect information on material donations
               Designate and advertise point of contacts for receiving equipment and technical (i.e., communications,
 ResB1e 6.1.2 logistics, housing, medical) solutions from the private sector, outside jurisdictions, non-governmental
               organizations, and volunteers
 ResB1e 6.1.3 Gather donations intelligence from the field
  ResB1e 6.2   Receive and manage donated material
 ResB1e 6.2.1 Locate and establish warehouses and material handling equipment
               Develop a strategic facilities management plan to identify staff, and operate all facilities including multi-
 ResB1e 6.2.2 agency warehouses, volunteer and donations coordination center, volunteer reception centers, and
               emergency distribution centers
               Implement a strategic facilities management plan (multi-agency warehouse, emergency distribution
ResB1e 6.2.2.1
               centers)
               Facilitate the transportation of goods in coordination with state tracking associations, state and federal
 ResB1e 6.2.3
               Department of Transportation (DOT), State Police, and other related agencies
   ResB1e 7    Conduct referral of cash donations
  ResB1e 7.1   Educate the public through press releases on the benefits of cash donations to voluntary agencies
  ResB1e 7.2   Keep appropriate documentation from all undesignated cash/monetary donations
  ResB1e 7.3   Coordinate with verified and/or vetted agencies for the transfer undesiganted cash donations
  ResB1e 7.4   Direct cash donations to voluntary agencies supporting the incident
   ResB1e 8    Coordinate distribution of donated goods
  ResB1e 8.1   Manage donated goods and services
  ResB1e 8.2   Manage surge in unsolicited donations and in-kind materials
               Coordinate with federal/state/local/tribal government, nongovernmental organizations, and private entities
  ResB1e 8.3
               to effectively use unsolicited goods, undesignated cash donations
   ResB1e 9    Transition volunteer management to long-term recovery
  ResB1e 9.1   Coordinate donations intelligence to determine needs and compare against inventory
  ResB1e 9.2   Allocate undesignated cash donations and in-kind material donations to long-term recovery effort
  ResB1e 9.3   Assess the long-term needs and requirements for unaffiliated volunteers and unsolicited donations
  ResB1e 9.4   Coordinate appropriate messages with public information officers and media outlets
  ResB1e 9.5   Brief major donors on transition and redirection of donations
  ResB1e 10    Demobilize volunteer management and donations
 ResB1e 10.1
                 Close Volunteer/Donations Coordination Center and other facilities such as phone bank and warehouses
ResB1e 10.1.1    Demobilize deployed equipment for managing unaffiliated volunteers and donations
ResB1e 10.1.2    Demobilize deployed volunteers
ResB1e 10.1.3    Demobilize volunteered technical capabilities
 ResB1e 10.2     Conduct a debriefing of Volunteer Management and Donations personnel
 ResB1e 10.3     Conduct appropriate salvage of remaining donated goods once response/recovery phase ends



Response B1f Emergency Public Information and Warning
                 Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for public information, alert/warning, and
   ResB1f 1
                 notification
  ResB1f 1.1     Prepare emergency public information plans
                 Develop plans, procedures, and policies for coordinating, managing, and disseminating public information
 ResB1f 1.1.1
                 effectively under all hazards and conditions
                 Develop plans, procedures, and policies for coordinating, managing, and disseminating alerts and
 ResB1f 1.1.2
                 warnings effectively under all hazards and conditions
                 Develop plans, procedures, and policies for coordinating, managing, and disseminating notifications
 ResB1f 1.1.3
                 effectively under all hazards and conditions
 ResB1f 1.1.4    Develop emergency plans that take into account special needs populations
ResB1f 1.1.5   Develop and maintain emergency declaration protocols and template
               Develop emergency plans that are community-based and include outreach and education to the public,
ResB1f 1.1.6   through community and faith-based organizations and other institutions to promote individual
               preparedness based on the risks in their communities
               Develop communication plans, policies, procedures, and systems that support required
ResB1f 1.2     information sharing and communications across stakeholders to support public information,
               alert/warning, and notification
               Develop programs and systems to process the inflow of public-related information from all sources in a
ResB1f 1.2.1
               timely fashion
               Identify all pertinent stakeholders across all disciplines and incorporate them into the information flow
ResB1f 1.2.2
               through a clearly defined information sharing system
               Develop procedures to ensure that information provided by all sources includes the necessary content to
ResB1f 1.2.3
               enable reviewers to determine its authenticity and potential validity
ResB1f 1.2.4   Develop a communications network with State homeland security departments
               Develop procedures and systems to promote effective communication of emergency information across
ResB1f 1.2.5
               the population
ResB1f 1.2.6   Develop a communication network with State homeland security departments
ResB1f 1.2.7   Develop plans for communicating international affairs
ResB1f 1.2.8   Establish regional and State plans and protocols and requests for assistance
 ResB1f 1.3    Develop crisis and emergency risk communication (CERC) plan

ResB1f 1.3.1
               Develop plans, procedures, programs and systems to rapidly control rumors by correcting misinformation
ResB1f 1.3.2   Develop and maintain emergency declaration protocols and templates
ResB1f 1.3.3   Plan and provide for external media support and operations
 ResB1f 1.4    Develop plans and procedures for providing public information on re-entry
ResB1f 1.4.1   Develop procedures for disseminating information on the re-entry of citizens
               Develop procedures for notifying residents and general public related to entering, repairing, and
ResB1f 1.4.2
               reoccupying condemned and damaged buildings
               Develop procedures for notifying building owners about standards and permitting requirements for
ResB1f 1.4.3
               repairing and reoccupying condemned or damaged buildings or having utilities reconnected
               Develop procedures and disseminate information regarding the requirements of various regulatory
ResB1f 1.4.4   authorities so that building owners receive complete and accurate information about requirements for
               repairing and reoccupying condemned and damaged buildings
ResB1f 1.5     Develop community relations plan and operations
               Develop and implement public information, alert/warning, and notification training and exercise
 ResB1f 2
               programs
 ResB1f 2.1    Develop and implement public information, alert/warning, and notification training
ResB1f 2.1.1   Develop and implement awareness training about public information
ResB1f 2.1.2   Develop and conduct training to improve all-hazards public information capability
               Ensure potential spokespersons identified to provide information during an emergency have been trained
ResB1f 2.1.3
               in the principles of Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication (CERC)

ResB1f 2.2
               Develop and implement public information, alert/warning, and notification training and exercise programs
ResB1f 2.2.1   Develop tests, and exercise the plan to enhance its effectiveness
ResB1f 2.2.2   Incorporate public information function as part of multi-discipline response operations exercises
               Conduct an after action review to determine strengths and shortfalls and develop a corrective plan
ResB1f 2.2.3
               accordingly
 ResB1f 3      Direct and control public information, alert/warning, and notification operations
 ResB1f 3.1    Coordinate public emergency information
ResB1f 3.1.1   Coordinate internal information programs
ResB1f 3.1.2   Coordinate external information programs
ResB1f 3.1.3   implement international affairs operations
ResB1f 3.1.4   Conduct Congressional and legislative affairs operations
ResB1f 3.1.5
               Implement government agency and nongovernmental organization notification protocols and procedures

ResB1f 3.2
               Provide resources and technical support for public information, alert/warning, and notification operations
ResB1f 3.2.1   Coordinate with States, tribal and local officials to determine required assistance
               Coordinate and integrate the resources and operations of external affairs organizations and provide media
ResB1f 3.2.2
               outlets to provide the public with accurate, consistent and timely information
 ResB1f 3.3    Direct and control emergency public information activities.
ResB1f 3.3.1   Plan and coordinate public warnings, instructions, and information updates.
               Coordinate with law enforcement to provide the public with access to information regarding criminal
ResB1f 3.3.2
               investigations.
ResB1f 3.3.3   Coordinate with EOC/responders for public safety concerns that need to be disseminated.

ResB1f 3.3.4
               Identify information transfer between and among Incident Command Post concerning public information
               Monitor communications and information systems as needed to identify information to be disseminated to
ResB1f 3.3.5
               public
               Coordinate with law enforcement and provide media outlets to provide the public with accurate, consistent
ResB1f 3.3.6
               and timely information.
               Coordinate with intelligence information to provide States, local, and tribal authorities with clearly defined
ResB1f 3.3.7
               information needs based on the threat environment.
               Coordinate dissemination of incident site information within a National Incident Management System
ResB1f 3.3.8
               (NIMS) compliant framework.
ResB1f 3.3.9   Establish communications with domestic and international public.
 ResB1f 3.4    Implement community relations plans.
               Implement a community relations plan for ensuring continued communications with citizens and city,
ResB1f 3.4.1
               county, tribal, State, Federal and private industry leaders.
 ResB1f 4      Activate public information, alert/warning, and notification
 ResB1f 4.1    Assess situation and activate operations for public information, alert/warning, and notification
ResB1f 4.1.1   Identify public information needs of the affected area.
ResB1f 4.1.2   Determine critical health-related information required to inform the public.
ResB1f 4.1.3   Implement VIP/distinguished visitor procedures.
               Coordinate with appropriate authorities to disseminate national strategic and threat intelligence consistent
ResB1f 4.1.4
               with security clearances
ResB1f 4.1.5   Activate the Homeland Security Advisory System, as appropriate.
               Ensure appropriate representation of all relevant public affairs entities, to include nongovernmental
ResB1f 4.2     organizations and the private sector, in any Joint Information Center (JIC) that is established by
               government.
ResB1f 4.2.1   Assign Public Information Officer (PIO).
ResB1f 4.2.2   Identify appropriate spokesperson(s).
ResB1f 4.2.3   Utilize appropriate spokesperson based on subject matter expertise.
               Utilize recognized national public health professionals (e.g., U.S. Surgeon General) to provide public
ResB1f 4.2.4
               health information to the American people.
               Utilize recognized national animal health professionals (e.g., Chief Veterinary Officer) to provide animal
ResB1f 4.2.5
               health information to the American people.
ResB1f 4.2.6   Activate and deploy public information/affairs personnel
 ResB1f 4.3    Disseminate domestic and international travel advisories.
 ResB1f 4.4    Activate and establish Joint Information System (JIS)
 ResB1f 5      Issue public information, alert/warning, and notifications
               Disseminate crisis and emergency risk communication emergency information to the media, public,
ResB1f 5.1
               partners and stakeholders
               Coordinate the provision of timely and accurate emergency public information through the Joint
ResB1f 5.1.1
               Information System (JIS).
               Implement communications and warning system to include the media, the Emergency Alert System (EAS)
ResB1f 5.2
               and other warning systems that take into account special needs/disabilities.
ResB1f 5.2.1   Disseminate prompt, accurate information to the public in languages appropriate to the cultural and ethnic
               needs of the populations in the area and formats/media that take into account special needs/disabilities
ResB1f 5.2.2   Implement principles of risk communication to the affected populace.
ResB1f 5.2.3   Provide mass notification to urban and rural populations.

               Provide emergency public information to special, vulnerable, and at-risk populations that are economically
ResB1f 5.2.4
               disadvantaged, have limited language competence, have disabilities (physical, mental, sensory, or
               cognitive limitations), experience cultural or geographic isolation, or are vulnerable due to age.

ResB1f 5.2.5
               Provide emergency information to the public that is verified, accurate, and as up-to-date as possible
               Ensure accurate and timely dissemination of reactive and protective action messages to general public
ResB1f 5.3
               and emergency personnel.
ResB1f 5.3.1   Provide for public information warnings and instructions for mass evacuations.
ResB1f 5.3.2   Provide for public information warnings and instructions for shelter-in-place.
ResB1f 5.3.3   Activate Rapid Response Plan for rumor control and correcting misinformation

ResB1f 5.4
               Provide for public information warnings about contagious diseases and other dangerous exposure.

ResB1f 5.4.1
               Direct and control public information releases about those people who have been isolated or quarantined.
ResB1f 5.4.2   Advise public to be alert for clinical symptoms consistent with attack agent.
               Decrease time needed to disseminate health and safety information to the public regarding risk and
ResB1f 5.4.3
               protective actions.
ResB1f 5.4.4   Provide guidance regarding affected areas and appropriate protective actions.
 ResB1f 5.5    Disseminate health and safety information to the public.
               Disseminate public health and safety information to the public in order to improve provision of home
ResB1f 5.5.1
               healthcare.
               Disseminate critical health and safety information designed to alert the public to clinical symptoms and
ResB1f 5.5.2
               reduce the risk of exposure to ongoing and potential hazards.
ResB1f 5.6     Disseminate information to private-sector organizations.

ResB1f 5.7
               Disseminate guidance for the public regarding appropriate donation methods and volunteer activities.
 ResB1f 5.8    Provide recovery & re-entry information.
ResB1f 5.8.1   Update the public on recovery efforts.
               Notify residents and general public about entering, repairing, and reoccupying condemned and damaged
ResB1f 5.8.2
               buildings.
               Notify building owners about standards and permitting requirements for repairing and reoccupying
ResB1f 5.8.3
               condemned or damaged buildings or having utilities reconnected.
 ResB1f 6      Establish Joint Information Center
               Activate Joint Information Center (JIC) to include nongovernmental and private-sector partners as
ResB1f 6.1
               appropriate.
               Establish adequate numbers of trained personnel at dispatch or communications centers to process and
ResB1f 6.1.1
               disseminate information
               Notify, as the first responding agency, both public and private partner agencies regarding Joint Information
ResB1f 6.1.2
               Center (JIC) activation.
               Provide a central contact for the media through the Joint Information Center (JIC), ensuring a ―one
ResB1f 6.1.3
               accurate message, many voices‖ approach to information dissemination.
 ResB1f 6.2    Coordinate emergency public information through the Joint Information System (JIS).
ResB1f 6.2.1   Implement routing and approval protocols for release of information.
ResB1f 6.2.2   Coordinate among Joint Information Centers (JICs) at all levels of government
ResB1f 6.2.3   Provide for external media support and operations
 ResB1f 7      Conduct Joint Information Center Operations
ResB1f 7.1
               collect and review appropriate information to support public information, alert/warning, and notification
                Review information provided by all sources for completeness to determine its authenticity and potential
 ResB1f 7.1.1
                validity

 ResB1f 7.1.2
               Receive, authenticate, and screen information for relevance at the supervisory level in a timely manner
               Coordinate with appropriate authorities to support public affairs operations for disrupting sources of
 ResB1f 7.1.3
               terrorist support
 ResB1f 7.1.4 Use a NIMS compliance framework for coordinating incident related communications
  ResB1f 7.2   Provide emergency information to media.
 ResB1f 7.2.1 Provide periodic updates and conduct regularly scheduled media conferences
 ResB1f 7.2.2 Direct media inquiries to PIO
 ResB1f 7.2.3 Establish relationship with non-English speaking media
 ResB1f 7.2.4 Monitor media coverage to ensure information is accurately relayed
 ResB1f 7.2.5 Track media contacts and public inquiries, listing contact, date, time, query and outcome
 ResB1f 7.2.6 Issue corrective message when errors are recognized in previous public announcements
ResB1f 7.2.6.1 Correct misinformation before next news cycle
 ResB1f 7.2.7 Establish frequently updated emergency information hotline
 ResB1f 7.2.8 Provide for rumor control within information network
  ResB1f 7.3   Provide general information
 ResB1f 7.3.1 Provide public information regarding the incident
 ResB1f 7.3.2 Provide for public information regarding event cancellations
  ResB1f 7.4   Develop and update public information sources
 ResB1f 7.4.1 Develop and maintain accessible online disaster recovery site
 ResB1f 7.4.2 Develop process for fielding disaster welfare inquiries
  ResB1f 7.5   Prepare post-incident information
  ResB1f 8     Demobilize public information, alert/warning, and notification operations
  ResB1f 8.1   Demobilize JIC personnel and facilities as necessary
               Disseminate notice of JIC closure to all Federal, State, local, tribal, and nongovernmental stakeholders
  ResB1f 8.2
               and the media
 ResB1f 8.2.1 Debrief staff and JIC partners
  ResB1f 8.3   Archive important records of JIC activities and NIMS compliant records



Response B2a Firefighting Operations and Support
  ResB2a 1
                Develop plans, procedures, and equipment guidelines to support firefighting response operations
                Develop plans, programs, and agreements on fire-related public safety protection activities, including
  ResB2a 1.1
                region-wide or interstate automatic and mutual aid response protocols
 ResB2a 1.1.1   Conduct fire education and life safety training and education programs
                In coordination with building department and building owners, develop and maintain a secure database of
 ResB2a 1.1.2   building plans – wherever possible use most current as-built plans. Plans also should be available to first
                responders from mutual aid communities
 ResB2a 1.1.3   Conduct building plan reviews to reduce or eliminate hazards
  ResB2a 1.2    Develop plans and SOPS to respond to a major fire
 ResB2a 1.2.1   Develop hazard mitigation programs
                Develop procedures and protocols for coordinating protective action communications with at-risk
 ResB2a 1.2.2
                population on-scene
 ResB2a 1.2.3   Develop plans for establishing alternative water supply
 ResB2a 1.2.4   Develop firefighting coordination mechanisms
ResB2a 1.2.4.1 Coordinate plans with commercial/private fire response organizations
               Develop plans to coordinate structural and safety assessments of damaged buildings with building
ResB2a 1.2.4.2
               department inspectors
ResB2a 1.2.4.3 Develop and manage firefighting mutual aid agreements
 ResB2a 1.2.5 Develop Firefighting capability needed based on risk and threat assessment
               Conduct fire code inspections and coordinate with appropriate personnel for building inspections and
ResB2a 1.2.6
               compliance strategies
  ResB2a 2     Develop and implement firefighting training and exercise program
 ResB2a 2.1    Develop and implement firefighting training program
ResB2a 2.1.1   Develop and implement fire suppression training
ResB2a 2.1.2   Develop and implement training related to self-protection equipment

ResB2a 2.1.3   Develop and implement training to enable fire rescue and emergency medical services to recognize the
               presence of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or explosive (CBRNE) materials
ResB2a 2.1.4   Integrate the use of modeling and simulation capabilities for training
 ResB2a 2.2    Develop and implement firefighting exercise program
ResB2a 2.2.1   Exercise firefighting plans and procedures

ResB2a 2.2.2
               Develop and implement all-hazard, inter-agency/inter-departmental NIMS response training exercises
 ResB2a 3      Direct and coordinate firefighting operations and support tactical operations
ResB2a 3.1     Implement national interagency fire prevention plan
               Manage implementation of regional and State policies, processes, and procedures in the national
ResB2a 3.1.1   interagency mobilization guide, the national interagency fire prevention plan and the interagency incident
               business management handbook
 ResB2a 3.2    Direct and coordinate firefighting operations
ResB2a 3.2.1   Coordinate with On-Site Incident Management
ResB2a 3.2.2   Establish objectives for conducting firefighting operations at incident scene
ResB2a 3.2.3   Coordinate fire suppression operations
ResB2a 3.2.4   Develop a water supply plan
ResB2a 3.2.5   Establish Rapid Intervention Crew
 ResB2a 3.3    Coordinate and support firefighter safety
ResB2a 3.3.1   Assign a Safety Officer to oversee firefighting operations
ResB2a 3.3.2   Provide for responder safety, in coordination with Safety Officer, including responder rehabilitation
ResB2a 3.3.3   Direct the use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
ResB2a 3.3.4   Maintain personnel accountability system
 ResB2a 3.4    Implement Logistics operations on the firefighting scene
ResB2a 3.4.1   Coordinate firefighting resources
ResB2a 3.4.2   Assess resource requirements for firefighting operations
               Process and respond to requests for firefighting assistance, resources and respond to resource shortfalls
ResB2a 3.4.3
               across jurisdictions
ResB2a 3.4.4   Mobilize firefighting resources in support of urban, rural and wildland firefighting agencies
ResB2a 3.4.5   Implement national interagency mobilization guide
ResB2a 3.4.6   Implement contracts to mobilize private-sector resources for firefighting
 ResB2a 3.5    Establish and maintain communications to support firefighting operations
ResB2a 3.5.1   Notify other agencies as required by law
ResB2a 3.5.2   Communicate internal firefighting response information
ResB2a 3.5.3   Establish and maintain communication with fire coordinators
               Ensure interdepartmental, interdisciplinary, and inter-jurisdictional communication and coordination in
ResB2a 3.5.4
               support of firefighting operations
               Establish and maintain communication and coordination between fire service and State and/or local
ResB2a 3.5.5
               building officials
ResB2a 3.5.6   Maintain complete log of actions taken, resource orders, records and reports
 ResB2a 3.6    Provide technical assistance in support of firefighting operations
ResB2a 3.6.1   Provide fire/weather forecasting and support
  ResB2a 4     Activate Firefighting Operations and Support
 ResB2a 4.1    Receive notification of incident
 ResB2a 4.2    Activate firefighting resources within the Incident Command System (ICS)
ResB2a 4.2.1   Establish and implement on-scene management for firefighting (utilizing ICS)
  ResB2a 4.3    Respond to scene with initial fire suppression resource assignment
  ResB2a 4.4    Arrive on scene
   ResB2a 5     Size Up and Assess Site for Fire Operations
  ResB2a 5.1    Assess situation to plan firefighting response
 ResB2a 5.1.1   Observe incident site upon arrival and conduct initial size-up (site assessment)
 ResB2a 5.1.2   Conduct hazard vulnerability analysis
 ResB2a 5.1.3   Provide urban and industrial hazard analysis
 ResB2a 5.1.4   Provide verbal situation report
  ResB2a 5.2    Assess resource requirements
 ResB2a 5.2.1   Communicate need for additional resources
 ResB2a 5.2.2   Coordinate with other agencies to secure utilities for incident site
   ResB2a 6     Contain and Control Fire
  ResB2a 6.1    Implement fire attack plan
  ResB2a 6.2    Conduct firefighting operations
 ResB2a 6.2.1   Conduct Fire Suppression
 ResB2a 6.2.2   Establish large master stream to contain spread of fire
 ResB2a 6.2.3   Implement protocols for fire containment
 ResB2a 6.2.4   Conduct controlled burn operations
 ResB2a 6.2.5   Establish collapse zones and protect critical infrastructure
  ResB2a 6.3    Establish plan and alternate water supply
 ResB2a 6.3.1   Implement plan and alternate water supply if needed
  ResB2a 6.4    Mitigate Fire Hazards
  ResB2a 6.5    Rescue fire victims
 ResB2a 6.5.1   Initiate search for endangered, trapped, or injured victims
 ResB2a 6.5.2   Remove endangered, trapped, or injured victims to safe area
 ResB2a 6.5.3   Incorporate additional resources to contain, control, and extinguish fire
 ResB2a 6.5.4   Assist in removal of affected individuals from incident site
 ResB2a 6.5.5   Initiate or request treatment for victims
  ResB2a 6.6    Provide ongoing situation reports
   ResB2a 7     Conduct Overhaul operations
  ResB2a 7.1    Conduct fire overhaul operations
  ResB2a 7.2    Locate hot spots and hidden fire in void spaces
  ResB2a 7.3    Preserve incident scene for fire investigators and/or law enforcement
   ResB2a 8     Preserve the fire scene
  ResB2a 8.1    Notify other agencies of fire incident as required by law
  ResB2a 8.2    Participate in collecting and preserving non-contaminated evidence during fire operations
  ResB2a 8.3    Participate in collect and preserving contaminated evidence during fire operations
  ResB2a 8.4    Participate in fire investigation
   ResB2a 9     Demobilize fire operations
  ResB2a 9.1    Inventory equipment and apparatus
  ResB2a 9.2    Clean and repair equipment and apparatus prior to return to service
  ResB2a 9.3    Participate in incident debriefing



Response B2b WMD/ Hazardous Materials Response and Decontamination Operations
                Develop Plans, Policies, Procedures, and Systems to Support WMD Hazardous Materials Response
  ResB2b 1
                and decontamination Operations
  ResB2b 1.1
                Develop plans, programs, agreements and requirements for responding to hazardous material incidents
 ResB2b 1.1.1   Develop a bio-security plan
 ResB2b 1.1.2   Develop hazard recognition and tracking systems
                 Conduct community hazard assessments to identify hazards, threats, vulnerabilities and risk of facilities
ResB2b 1.1.3
                 involved in the production, storage or distribution of hazardous materials
                 Utilize existing or assist in developing a geo-coded database of facilities involved in the production,
ResB2b 1.1.4
                 storage or distribution of hazardous materials
 ResB2b 1.2      Develop plans, programs, criteria, and protocols for conducting decontamination
ResB2b 1.2.1     Establish criteria for proper decontamination of health workers and for the population at large
                 Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to ensure individual/gross decontamination of persons prior to
ResB2b 1.2.2     admittance to shelters and other mass care facilities, medical and alternate care facilities, reception
                 centers, and other places as needed
                 Establish criteria for proper decontamination of animal health first responders and for the population at
ResB2b 1.2.3
                 large
ResB2b 1.2.4     Establish criteria for animal decontamination
 ResB2b 1.3      Establish equipment and systems for hazardous material response

ResB2b 1.3.1
                 Pre-identify resources (personnel and equipment) to provide rapid size-up of hazardous material incident
ResB2b 1.3.2     Install and maintain monitoring and detection equipment
ResB2b 1.3.3     Manage hazardous materials mutual aid agreements
                 Assist in developing a communications plan for hazardous materials in emergencies, related to specific
 ResB2b 1.4
                 hazards, health guidance, educational materials, etc.
 ResB2b 1.5      Ensure plans are in place for self-presenting contaminated victims off site (e.g., hospitals)
                 Develop and implement training and exercise programs for WMD/hazardous materials response
  ResB2b 2
                 and decontamination
 ResB2b 2.1      Develop and implement hazardous materials training
ResB2b 2.1.1     Develop and implement training related to detection and reporting of hazardous material
                 Provide appropriate hazardous materials response training to field staff and managers of State/local
ResB2b 2.1.2
                 programs having involvement in hazardous materials response

 ResB2b 2.2
                 Develop and implement exercise programs for WMD/hazardous materials response and decontamination
 ResB2b 3        Direct and Coordinate WMD/HazMat response and decontamination tactical operations
 ResB2b 3.1      Receive alert/activation order for WMD/HazMat response and decontamination
 ResB2b 3.2      Establish and implement onscene management for HazMat material response
ResB2b 3.2.1     Manage on-scene haz-mat response operating within the onscene incident command system
ResB2b 3.2.2     Maintain coordination and communication between agencies and departments
ResB2b 3.2.3     Identify and determine liaisons and agency representatives
                 Provide a Hazardous Materials technical expertise team for emergency operations for both industry and
ResB2b 3.2.4
                 public
ResB2b 3.2.5     Support development of site-specific plans and guidelines
                 Assess hazardous material situation and assist the incident command (IC) and planning section in
ResB2b 3.2.5.1
                 developing an incident action plan (IAP)
                 Develop and implement a site specific safety and health plan that includes worker risk assessment and
ResB2b 3.2.5.2
                 risk management
ResB2b 3.2.5.3   Develop on-site hazardous materials response plans
ResB2b 3.2.5.4   Develop a site safety plan
                 Recommend protective action guidelines based on updated hazard assessments to on-site incident
ResB2b 3.2.5.5
                 management
ResB2b 3.2.6     Coordinate with safety officer to ensure the safety of on-scene WMD/HazMat responders
                 Observe the scene and review/evaluate hazard and response information as it pertains to the safety of all
ResB2b 3.2.6.1
                 persons on the scene and responding
                 Provide required Personal Protection Equipment to WMD/HazMat responders in coordination with safety
ResB2b 3.2.6.2
                 officer
                 Coordinate with safety officer to brief hazardous materials branch/group personnel on site-specific
ResB2b 3.2.6.3
                 occupational safety and health issues involving hazardous materials/WMD releases
ResB2b 3.2.7     Coordinate technical, administrative support, personnel, facilities, communications and information
ResB2b 3.2.8     Coordinate resource management of hazardous materials equipment, supplies and personnel
              Manage resources to support special needs populations to include non-English speaking persons, migrant
ResB2b 3.2.9
              workers, as well as those with medical conditions requiring attention
              Coordinate technical expertise on environmental consequences of, and security measures related to
ResB2b 3.2.10
              hazardous materials releases
ResB2b 3.2.10.1   Track, monitor, and secure all production, use, and transfer of nuclear material
 ResB2b 3.3       Coordinate and direct HazMat detection and assessment activities
ResB2b 3.3.1      Coordinate ongoing hazard assessments and predictions
                  Coordinate, integrate, and manage efforts to detect or identify releases of hazardous substances including
ResB2b 3.3.2
                  those from underground storage tanks

ResB2b 3.3.3
                  Coordinate, integrate, and manage efforts to prevent, or mitigate, or minimize threat of potential releases

 ResB2b 3.4
                  Coordinate hazardous materials response (implement plans, program, agreements, and requirements)
ResB2b 3.4.1      Implement and follow national oil and hazardous substances pollution contingency plan
ResB2b 3.4.2      Coordinate and support containment activities
                  Manage State and local implementation of the National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution
ResB2b 3.4.3
                  contingency plan
ResB2b 3.4.4      Coordinate actions to prevent spread of contaminants
ResB2b 3.4.5      Coordinate and support containment activities
ResB2b 3.4.6      Coordinate and support clean up and disposal activities
                  Coordinate, integrate, and manage efforts to contain, clean up, or dispose of or minimize releases of
ResB2b 3.4.6.1
                  hazardous substances including those from underground storage tanks
ResB2b 3.4.6.2    Coordinate and support hazmat logistics and administration
 ResB2b 3.4.7     Coordinate and support decontamination activities on site
ResB2b 3.4.7.1    Coordinate movement of portable decontamination facilities
ResB2b 3.4.7.2    Provide support for decontamination efforts of persons affected by the disaster
ResB2b 3.4.7.3    Define jurisdiction-specific and/or animal-specific decontamination requirements
ResB2b 3.4.7.4    Coordinate with and provide technical guidance to entities performing off-site decontamination
                  Coordinate with hospitals to develop plans for managing/decontaminating self-presenting contaminated
ResB2b 3.4.7.5
                  victims
ResB2b 3.4.7.6    Request decontamination technical assistance resources
ResB2b 3.4.7.7    Issue instructions for self-decontamination, where appropriate, expedient and possible
  ResB2b 4        Activate WMD/HazMat response and decontamination tactical operations
 ResB2b 4.1       Initiate WMD/HazMat procedures
 ResB2b 4.2       Assemble WMD/HazMat personnel and equipment at designated location
 ResB2b 4.3       Transport WMD/HazMat personnel and equipment to scene
  ResB2b 5        Identify and Evaluate On-Scene
 ResB2b 5.1       Initiate Hazardous Materials Response
                  Notify law enforcement for guidance on collection and management of evidence from potential crime
ResB2b 5.1.1
                  scenes
  ResB2b 5.2      Assess the incident site for hazardous materials response
 ResB2b 5.2.1     Identify hazardous materials and extent/scope of the incident
ResB2b 5.2.1.1    Develop a monitoring and sampling plan, including laboratory support
ResB2b 5.2.1.2    Require utilization of the laboratory response network (LRN) to test suspected biological threats
                  Require utilization of the other laboratory response networks to test for biological, chemical and
ResB2b 5.2.1.3
                  radiological threats and product contamination
 ResB2b 5.2.2     Conduct contamination surveys
 ResB2b 5.2.3     Assess haz-mat release situation
ResB2b 5.2.3.1    Conduct oil and haz-mat assessment
ResB2b 5.2.3.2    Use environmental/agricultural samples to define contaminated zones
  ResB2b 5.3      Identify and establish perimeter and hazardous materials zones (hot, warm, cold)
  ResB2b 5.4      Conduct ongoing assessments and predictions
  ResB2b 5.5      Characterize consequences and risks
ResB2b 5.5.1   Collect data for hazard analysis
               Monitor movement of hazardous releases and formulate predictions on dispersion and characteristics over
ResB2b 5.5.2
               time
ResB2b 5.5.3   Analyze weather forecast to conduct hazard zone prediction
               Develop and disseminate weather data, forecasts, and emergency information related to land, air, and
ResB2b 5.5.4
               maritime resources and conditions
 ResB2b 5.6    Prepare and distribute recommended protective action guidelines
ResB2b 5.6.1   Update protective action guidelines based on updated hazard assessments

ResB2b 5.6.2
               Revise hazard assessments based on environmental/agricultural sampling and empirical data collection
ResB2b 6       Conduct Rescue Operations
ResB2b 6.1     Extricate and rescue victims from within hot zone
               Coordinate rescue efforts with law enforcement to ensure safety of rescuers while law enforcement
ResB2b 6.2
               secures the incident site
 ResB2b 6.3    Alert crisis management staff
 ResB2b 7      Conduct WMD/HazMat Mitigation Activities
 ResB2b 7.1    Secure the contamination source and affected areas
ResB2b 7.1.1   Coordinate with safety officer to monitor responders for exposure to hazardous materials
               Coordinate with safety officer to monitor and control the operating time of rescuers assigned to the hot
ResB2b 7.1.2
               zone to minimize rescuer exposure
ResB2b 7.1.3   Identify appropriate PPE based on suspected hazardous material
 ResB2b 7.2    Monitor and track compliance with containment requirements
 ResB2b 7.3    Monitor status of leaks, spills and releases
ResB2b 7.3.1   Monitor clean areas within the contamination control line
ResB2b 7.3.2   Conduct inspection and monitoring of establishments in affected areas
 ResB2b 8      Conduct Gross Decontamination
 ResB2b 8.1    Identify assets required for decontamination activities
 ResB2b 8.2    Determine which agent-specific decontamination procedures are appropriate
ResB2b 8.2.1   Determine decontamination process end-point
ResB2b 8.2.2   Define safe parameters for entry, work, and living in previously contaminated areas
 ResB2b 8.3    Establish decontamination sites for victims and household pets
ResB2b 8.3.1   Establish decontamination sites for victims and household pets
               Institute a crowd control regimen (outside of the contaminated area) to prevent contaminated victims from
ResB2b 8.3.2
               departing
               Position resources at hospitals and road network choke point to effectively control and handle the
ResB2b 8.3.3
               maximum number of contaminated persons
 ResB2b 8.4    Decontaminate people
ResB2b 8.4.1   Screen affected persons and household pets
               Decontaminate victims exposed to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or explosive (CBRNE)
ResB2b 8.4.2
               materials
ResB2b 8.4.3   Isolate and decontaminate affected transportation workers and conveyances
ResB2b 8.4.4   Report decontamination results to appropriate health authorities
               Implement plans, procedures and protocols to ensure individual gross decontamination of persons and
ResB2b 8.4.5
               Provide a pets affected by the incident
               householdmeans to allow medical treatment facilities and shelter managers to readily identify people who
ResB2b 8.4.6   have received gross decontamination
 ResB2b 8.5    Decontaminate the area
ResB2b 8.5.1   Coordinate livestock decontamination
 ResB2b 9      Conduct Technical Decontamination
 ResB2b 9.1    Conduct first responders technical decontamination
 ResB2b 9.2    Decontaminate affected facilities and equipment used for technical decontamination
ResB2b 9.2.1   Utilize chemical detectors and devices
ResB2b 9.2.2   Monitor exit points for haz-mat contaminate movement outside the isolation zone
ResB2b 9.2.3   Monitor clean areas within the contamination control line
  ResB2b 9.3   Develop procedures for post-decontamination vehicle and equipment restoration
  ResB2b 9.4   Conduct Hazmat cleanup and disposal
 ResB2b 9.4.1  Perform clean-up operations
 ResB2b 9.4.2  Implement hazardous material disposal plan
 ResB2b 9.4.3  Remove and dispose of hazardous materials
               Coordinate and conduct marine salvage efforts to contain, clean up, dispose of or minimize releases of oil
ResB2b 9.4.3.1
               or hazardous substances
 ResB2b 10     Demobilize WMD/HazMat Response and Decontamination operations
 ResB2b 10.1 Repackage WMD/HazMat equipment cache
 ResB2b 10.2 Demobilize WMD/HazMat base of operations
 ResB2b 10.3 Arrange transportation for demobilized WMD/HazMat personnel and equipment
 ResB2b 10.4 Debrief WMD/HazMat capability personnel



Response B2c Explosive Detection Response Operations
  ResB2c 1       Develop and Maintain Plans, Procedures, Programs and Systems
  ResB2c 1.1     Develop, distribute and maintain National Guidelines for Bomb Technicians
                 Maintain programs to ensure public safety bomb technicians are certified, and re-certified by FBI
 ResB2c 1.1.1
                 Hazardous Devices School (HDS)
                 Maintain programs to ensure all public safety bomb squads remain accredited by the FBI according to
 ResB2c 1.1.2
                 National Guidelines for Bomb Technicians

                 Develop effective procedures and programs including standardized training to counter terrorist events,
  ResB2c 1.2
                 employing weapons of mass destruction (WMD), suicide bombers, Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive
                 Devices (VBIED) and Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices (RCIED)
                 Develop and maintain plans that coordinate explosive device response in multi-jurisdictional areas which
  ResB2c 1.3
                 protect critical infrastructure and key resources from terrorist threats
  ResB2c 1.4     Develop and maintain programs to measure gaps in explosive device response capability
                 Develop and maintain programs to share explosive device response information, effective practices and
  ResB2c 1.5
                 lessons learned
                 Assist public safety bomb squads and teams in achieving increased capability to counter terrorist events
  ResB2c 1.6
                 with goal of a Type I rating
  ResB2c 2       Develop and implement explosive device response training and exercise program
  ResB2c 2.1     Develop and implement explosive device response training program
                 Establish in-service training programs for bomb squads that meet or exceed minimum recommendations
 ResB2c 2.1.1
                 set in the National Guidelines for Bomb Technicians
                 Initially train, certify, and re-certify public safety bomb technicians using curriculum designed, developed
 ResB2c 2.1.2
                 and delivered by the NBSCAB and the FBI Hazardous Devices School (HDS)
                 Initially accredit, and re-accredit public safety bomb squads using the curriculum developed by the
 ResB2c 2.1.3
                 NBSCAB and the FBI Hazardous Devices School (HDS)
                 Design, develop and deliver specialized training for public safety bomb squads and bomb technicians in
 ResB2c 2.1.4
                 cooperation with FBI Hazardous Devices School (HDS)
                 Design, develop and deliver explosive device response capability enhancement training and technical
 ResB2c 2.1.5    assistance for public safety bomb squads and bomb technicians to coordinate national prevention and
                 protection efforts in cooperation with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
                 Train public safety personnel to recognize explosive hazards, device components and precursors and take
 ResB2c 2.1.6
                 appropriate action to maintain public safety
                 Obtain DHS certification and approval for use of Homeland Security Grant funds for selected training and
 ResB2c 2.1.7
                 technical assistance
                 Train public safety personnel and private sector security to effectively operate during explosive device
 ResB2c 2.1.8
                 incidents
  ResB2c 2.2     Develop and implement explosive device response exercise program
 ResB2c 2.2.1    Validate effectiveness of plans, procedures and programs through realistic practical exercises
  ResB2c 2.3     Provide bomb threat awareness training and information to general public and private sector
 ResB2c 2.4    Train uniformed public safety personnel in explosive device awareness
ResB2c 2.3.1   Train to minimum recommendations set in the National Guidelines for Bomb Technicians
               Train and certify bomb technicians with a standardized curriculum set by the FBI Hazardous Devices
ResB2c 2.3.2
               School (HDS) and the National Bomb Squad Commanders Advisory Board
ResB2c 2.4     Provide information and training to citizens in bomb threat awareness
ResB2c 2.5     Provide explosive device suppport
ResB2c 3       Direct and coordinate explosives device response operations
               Establish On-site Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence (C3I) operations for Explosive
ResB2c 3.1
               Device Response Operations
               Coordinate with Incident Command (IC) to establish perimeter control (hot, warm, cold zones)
ResB2c 3.2
               commensurate with hazard magnitude
ResB2c 3.3     Coordinate with appropriate unit and develop a plan of action
ResB2c 3.4     Command, control, and coordinate Improvised Explosives Device (IED) response operations
               Provide overall supervision of a emergency demolition area based on the ATF Federal Explosives Law
ResB2c 3.4.1
               and Regulations Guide
 ResB2c 4      Activate Explosive Device Response Operations (EDRO)
 ResB2c 4.1    Detect Improvised Explosive Device threats
 ResB2c 4.2    Notify and activate Public Safety Bomb Squad Personnel
 ResB2c 4.3    Determine needed personnel and equipment based on information provided
 ResB2c 4.4    Dispatch adequately equipped bomb squad to the scene
 ResB2c 4.5    Reassess personnel and equipment needs upon arrival
 ResB2c 5      Conduct Search and On-site Assessment
 ResB2c 5.1    Conduct an initial reconnaissance of the area
 ResB2c 5.2    Implement emergency assessment procedures
 ResB2c 5.3    Conduct Improvised Explosives Device (IED) threat analysis
 ResB2c 5.4    Provide positive explosive identification and safety guidance
ResB2c 5.4.1   Perform improvised explosives device (IED) threat diagnostics
 ResB2c 5.5    Notify proper federal agencies if device is a suspected WMD
 ResB2c 6      Render Explosive Devices Safe OnSite
 ResB2c 6.1    Isolate device(s) from remote detonation commands
 ResB2c 6.2    Perform Improvised Explosives Device (IED) render safe and/or disposal procedures
 ResB2c 6.3    Conduct Improvised Explosives Device (IED) on-site response
               Ensure compliance with Radiological Assistance Program plan (RAP), Federal Radiological Emergency
ResB2c 6.3.1
               Response Plan (FRERP) and National Response Plan for radiological IEDs
 ResB2c 6.4    Use tactical operations to stop would-be suicide bombers, using deadly force if necessary
ResB2c 6.4.1   Intercept/divert Improvised Explosive Device (vehicle or marine-borne IEDs)
 ResB2c 7      Package Explosive Devices and Transport for Offsite Treatment and Disposal
               Conduct on-site processing of device and/or components for transportation and off-site render safe
ResB2c 7.1
               operations
ResB2c 7.2     Transport and escort device(s) to a secure site

ResB2c 7.2.1
               Initiate formal request for transportation permit, in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations
ResB2c 7.2.2   Coordinate and obtain approval for safe route from incident site to treatment/storage facility
 ResB2c 7.3    Conduct off-site render safe and/or emergency destruction of device/explosives
 ResB2c 7.4    Document and preserve evidence
               Assess further the functional characteristics of the device as they relate to response safety considerations
ResB2c 7.5
               (i.e. serial bomber)
               Document and preserve evidence consistent with procedures covered in related incident scene
ResB2c 7.4.1
               investigation capability
ResB2c 8       Demobilize Explosive Device Response Operations
ResB2c 8.1     Conduct 100% accountability of personnel and equipment
               Coordinate with Incident Command (IC) and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to redeploy Explosive
ResB2c 8.2
               Devise Render Safe Team/Bomb Squad Team to headquarters or other incident site
  ResB2c 8.3    Conduct debriefing for Bomb Squad personnel
  ResB2c 8.4    Conduct debriefing, when necessary, for all on-scene emergency personnel



Response B2d Animal Health Emergency Support
               Develop policies and procedures to respond appropriately to positive notifications of hazards
  ResB2d 1
               threatening animal health
  ResB2d 1.1   Plan and prepare to safeguard animal health
 ResB2d 1.1.1 Develop animal health and safety plans, programs, and agreements
 ResB2d 1.1.2 Develop plans, protocols, and systems for monitoring and investigating animal health issues
 ResB2d 1.1.3 Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for laboratory testing in support of animal health
ResB2d 1.1.3.1 Develop protocols/guidelines for prioritization of laboratory services
ResB2d 1.1.3.2 Develop protocols for forwarding samples to national laboratories
ResB2d 1.1.3.3 Review and evaluate infection control guidelines for animal disease outbreak
               Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to monitor long-term animal health effects across community
 ResB2d 1.1.4
               interests
 ResB2d 1.1.5 Develop an animal health syndromic surveillance system
 ResB2d 1.1.6 Establish animal health and biosecurity monitoring and surveillance programs
  ResB2d 1.2   Develop procedures, guidelines, and information exchange systems for animal diseases

 ResB2d 1.2.1  Develop Notification System and Plans, Procedures, and Protocols for reporting through the Emergency
               Management Response System (EMRS) and the Offshore Pest Information System (OPIS)
               Establish an integrated secure, web-based reporting and notification system that provides for rapid and
 ResB2d 1.2.2 accurate receipt of reports of animal disease outbreaks and other acute veterinary events that might
               suggest bioterrorism
ResB2d 1.2.2.1 Develop data exchange standards for animal diseases
               Adopt the logical observation identifiers names and codes, and other emerging animal health informatics
ResB2d 1.2.2.2 standards, where applicable, as the standard codes for electronic exchange of laboratory results and
               associated clinical observations

 ResB2d 1.2.3   Develop a plan for connectivity of key stakeholders involved in an animal health detection and response
                including a 24/7 flow of critical veterinary information, such as clinical data, alerts, and critical event data
                Complete development and maintain a system to receive and evaluate urgent disease reports and to
 ResB2d 1.2.4   communicate with and respond to the clinical or laboratory reporter regarding the report from all States
                and local animal health jurisdictions on a 24/7 basis
                Enhance the capability of rural and urban veterinary hospitals, clinics, emergency veterinary services
 ResB2d 1.2.5   systems and poison control centers to report syndromic and diagnostic data that is suggestive of terrorism
                on a 24/7 basis
                Ensure the technical infrastructure exists to exchange a variety of data types, including possible cases,
 ResB2d 1.2.6   possible contacts, specimen information, environmental sample information, lab results, facilities and
                possible threat information
                Ensure all participating diagnostic laboratories and veterinary hospitals have the capacity to appropriate
 ResB2d 1.2.7
                bio security protocols to contain a suspect case of a highly infectious animal disease
                Develop plans, procedures and guidelines for coordinating, managing, and disseminating public
  ResB2d 1.3
                information about animal disease
                Enhance animal disease early recognition through education programs for producers, veterinarians and
 ResB2d 1.3.1
                the public
 ResB2d 1.3.2   Develop templates for animal health directives and other legal documents
                Complete a plan for crisis and emergency risk communication (CERC) and information dissemination to
 ResB2d 1.3.3   educate the media, public, partners and stakeholders regarding risks associated with the real or apparent
                animal disease threat
                Develop a process for communicating to animal health officials the threats or concerns of the intelligence
 ResB2d 1.3.4
                and law enforcement communities
                 Work with national animal industry communicators group to develop communication plan to accurately
ResB2d 1.3.5
                 describe human and animal risks to exposure to animal disease
                 Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems to protect animals from infectious diseases from
 ResB2d 1.4
                 materials
ResB2d 1.4.1     Develop Veterinary National Stockpile (NVS) program
                 Develop or maintain, as appropriate, a NVS preparedness program within the overall terrorism
ResB2d 1.4.1.1   preparedness component, including full-time personnel, dedicated to effective management and use of
                 the NVS nationwide
 ResB2d 1.4.2    Develop plans, procedures, and systems for implementing animal health protective actions
ResB2d 1.4.2.1   Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to implement national veterinary stockpile operations
                 Plan and prepare for highly contagious animal diseases, particularly for the stage when vaccine either is
ResB2d 1.4.2.2
                 non-existent or in severe short supply
ResB2d 1.4.2.3   Develop plans and procedures for livestock vaccines
ResB2d 1.4.2.4   Maintain information on livestock vaccines
                 Direct the establishment of a local, regional, or national distribution system for mass therapeutics and
ResB2d 1.4.2.5
                 vaccination program

 ResB2d 1.5
                 Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for control of large scale animal disease events
                 Develop or enhance scalable plans that support local, statewide, and regional response to incidents of
ResB2d 1.5.1     bioterrorism, catastrophic infectious disease, such as Foot and Mouth Disease, other infectious disease
                 outbreaks and other animal health threats and emergencies
ResB2d 1.5.1.1   Identify and plan for alternate emergency operations sites for animal health response support
ResB2d 1.5.1.2   Enhance 911 call center and animal poison control center capabilities
                 Complete and implement an integrated response plan that directs veterinary and agricultural laboratories
ResB2d 1.5.2
                 in response to a bioterrorism incident
                 Develop plans describing how animal-health personnel, equipment, and other governmental and
ResB2d 1.5.2.1
                 nongovernmental resources will support incident management requirements
                 Develop a description of the roles and responsibilities of Veterinary Schools, hospitals, and other animal
ResB2d 1.5.2.2   health care entities in the statewide incident management system and, where applicable, in regional
                 incident management systems
                 Establish procedures to maintain emergency communications between animal health services, veterinary
ResB2d 1.5.2.3
                 practitioners and industry
ResB2d 1.5.2.4   Develop procedures for handling animals, animal health care receivers, and property
                 Develop plans, procedures and protocols for the provision of veterinary personnel, equipment,
ResB2d 1.5.3
                 pharmaceuticals and supplies
                 Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for animal-health resource identification, typing, and
ResB2d 1.5.3.1
                 inventorying
                 Develop plans, procedures and protocols to inventory veterinary medical supplies, equipment, ambulance
ResB2d 1.5.3.2
                 services, hospitals, clinics and first aid units
                 Develop plans, procedures and protocols for delivery of emergency veterinary supplies, equipment and
ResB2d 1.5.3.3
                 veterinary pharmaceutical products
ResB2d 1.5.3.4   Develop mutual aid plans and support relationships for veterinary medical services

ResB2d 1.5.3.5 Develop support relationships with government agencies, professional associations, private services, and
               volunteer organizations to provide mental health assistance to animal health responders during disasters
 ResB2d 1.5.4 Establish policies and procedures to activate surge capacity, including Just-In-Time training
ResB2d 1.5.4.1 Identify veterinary facilities and capacity
               Establish a response system that allows the immediate deployment of additional veterinary personnel to
ResB2d 1.5.4.1
               accommodate a surge
               Develop an integrated system that allows for the advanced registration and credentialing of animal health
ResB2d 1.5.4.3 first responders needed to augment a hospital or other veterinary medical facility to meet animal care
               increased surge capacity needs
ResB2d 1.5.4.4 Establish advance registration system to coordinate animal health care workers and volunteers
ResB2d 1.5.4.5 Register volunteer animal health care workers
 ResB2d 1.5.5 Develop plans to collect and dispose of infected material to reduce the spread of animal disease
ResB2d 1.5.6     Develop plans for euthanasia of animals that could spread an animal disease
ResB2d 1.5.7     Develop protocols for disposing of infectious agricultural waste
ResB2d 1.6.      Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for long-term animal health care
ResB2d 1.6.1     Develop animal health, veterinary medical and veterinary intelligence reports
ResB2d 1.6.2     Evaluate effectiveness of animal vaccines
                 Develop and implement animal health assessment, protection, and response training and exercise
  ResB2d 2
                 program
 ResB2d 2.1      Develop and conduct animal health and security training and education programs
                 Conduct training, drills, and exercises involving communication systems to ensure channels of
ResB2d 2.1.1     communication to inform the public, partners, and stakeholders about recommendations during animal
                 health emergencies work in a timely and effective manner

ResB2d 2.1.2   Develop and implement training and procedures to enable local veterinary communities to recognize
               exposure to CBRNE materials, including tools and equipment to detect the presence of CBRNE exposures
               Develop and implement training and procedures to enable local veterinary communities to recognize
 ResB2d 2.1.3 exposure to CBRNE materials, and to use tools and equipment to detect the presence of CBRNE
               materials
 ResB2d 2.1.4 Conduct training and exercise programs for distribution of prophylaxis for animal health
  ResB2d 2.2   Develop and implement programs to exercise and assess animal health response
               Engage neighboring countries, States, tribes, and local communities in exercises to respond to Foreign
 ResB2d 2.2.1
               Animal Diseases and zoonotic diseases
 ResB2d 2.2.2 Develop and conduct exercises for distribution of prophylaxis for animal health
 ResB2d 2.2.3 Assess Animal Health Response System Capability
               At least annually, assess adequacy of State and local animal health response to catastrophic infectious
ResB2d 2.2.3.1 disease such as pandemic avian influenza, other outbreaks of disease and other animal health
               emergencies
               Ensure capacity exists for National Animal Health Laboratory Network (NAHLN) validated testing for all
ResB2d 2.2.3.2
               category A agents and other level B/C protocols as they are approved

ResB2d 2.2.3.3 Ensure, by testing and documentation, at least 90 percent of the key stakeholders involved in an animal
               health response can receive and send critical health information including alerts and critical event data
               Routinely assess the timeliness and completeness of the redundant method of alerting domestic and
ResB2d 2.2.3.4 international stakeholders, as it exists to reach participants in animal health and zoonotic disease
               response
               Identify at least one Foreign Animal Disease Diagnosis who is able to support the initial evaluation and
ResB2d 2.2.3.5
               treatment of at least one Foreign Animal Disease Investigation within 4 hours
  ResB2d 3     Direct and coordinate animal-health emergency support tactical operations
  ResB2d 3.1   Coordinate animal health and agricultural security surveillance programs
               Direct agricultural processes for surveillance and testing and isolation or quarantine for threats to
 ResB2d 3.1.1
               agricultural assets and food supply
  ResB2d 3.2   Implement plans and procedures for animal health response
 ResB2d 3.2.1 Conduct animal-health response activities
 ResB2d 3.3
                 Provide coordination and support for animal health care through the incident command system (ICS)
ResB2d 3.3.1     Coordinate animal-health emergency response operations
ResB2d 3.3.2     Coordinate animal safety and biosecurity response
                 Coordinate and provide regional and state resources and procedures for the response to an outbreak of
ResB2d 3.3.3
                 highly contagious animal and plant diseases

ResB2d 3.3.3.1
                 Ensure coordination of State and local assets assigned to perform animal health risk management
 ResB2d 3.3.4    Coordinate animal health disease outbreak assessment activities
ResB2d 3.3.4.1   Coordinate epidemiological investigations and lab testing for animal disease outbreak
ResB2d 3.3.4.2   Coordinate laboratory testing of animal and environmental samples
  ResB2d 3.4     Coordinate transportation response for animal health
ResB2d 3.4.1   Coordinate alternative animal transport routes
 ResB2d 3.5    Establish and maintain information systems across animal-health related response entities
ResB2d 3.5.1   Conduct internal communications for animal-health response
ResB2d 3.5.2   Exchange and disseminate data as necessary for appropriate animal treatment
               Coordinate emergency public information regarding animal health issues through the Joint Information
 ResB2d 3.5.3
               System (JIS)
               Provide advice through response partners (USDA, State Agriculture Depts, etc) to farmers on protecting
 ResB2d 3.5.4
               their animals and crops from contamination
               Provide coordination and support for implementation of a local, regional, or national distribution systems
  ResB2d 3.6
               for mass animal therapeutics and vaccination program
 ResB2d 3.6.1 Allocate, mobilize, and manage resources for animal health operations
 ResB2d 3.6.2 Track and report resources for animal health operations
  ResB2d 3.7   Coordinate animal health site clean-up, with PPE
 ResB2d 3.7.1 Coordinate livestock decontamination
               Provide personal protective equipment (PPE) to personnel involved in animal health response site
  ResB2d 3.8
               operations and clean-up
  ResB2d 3.9   Coordinate and provide support for all aspects of on-farm biosecurity
  ResB2d 4     Inspect safety and security of agricultural infrastructure in the affected area
  ResB2d 4.1   Activate animal health emergency operations
 ResB2d 4.1.1 Activate Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services (APHIS) Emergency Operations Center
 ResB2d 4.1.2 Notify Veterinary Services field officers and State veterinarians
               Supply APHIS assets to augment Veterinary Services assets in the State where the disease exists, as
 ResB2d 4.1.3
               needed by the Area Veterinarian in Charge
               Activate the regional and State animal emergency response plan for foot and mouth disease (FMD) and
 ResB2d 4.1.4
               other highly contagious diseases
 ResB2d 4.1.5 Activate animal health care workers and volunteers call systems
               Establish and maintain animal health emergency response communication systems across responsible
  ResB2d 4.2
               parties
  ResB2d 5     Conduct animal health epidemiological investigation and surveillance
               Conduct epidemiological investigations as surveillance reports warrant, and coordinate federal, State and
  ResB2d 5.1
               local veterinary assistance assets/services
 ResB2d 5.1.1 Direct joint law enforcement-animal health investigations to determine source of animal disease
               Provide rapid and effective veterinary laboratory services through the National Animal Health Laboratory
 ResB2d 5.1.2
               Network (NAHLN)
ResB2d 5.1.2.1 Obtain samples for laboratory testing
ResB2d 5.1.2.2 Disseminate laboratory testing results
               Determine whether an emerging infectious animal disease agent or a biological threat consists of single or
 ResB2d 5.1.3
               multiple strains
 ResB2d 5.1.4 Inspect safety and security of agricultural infrastructure in the affected area
               Conduct product tracing to determine source, destination, and disposition of adulterated/contaminated
 ResB2d 5.1.5
               feeds
 ResB2d 5.1.6 Conduct animal tracing to determine source, destination, and disposition of affected animals
 ResB2d 5.1.7 Provide viral and infectious condition investigative reports
 ResB2d 5.1.7 Determine whether foreign animal disease agent is intentional or accidental
  ResB2d 5.2   Conduct ongoing monitoring and surveillance of agricultural and animal health safety and security
 ResB2d 5.2.1 Conduct visual surveillance
               Coordinate agricultural surveillance and testing processes, and isolation or quarantine for agricultural
 ResB2d 5.2.2
               threats
               Coordinate with vector control experts to conduct surveillance and monitoring of animal infections until
 ResB2d 5.2.3
               population densities and infection rates return to pre-event levels
 ResB2d 5.2.4 Identify wildlife species and habitats
 ResB2d 5.2.5 Determine wildlife exposure and disposition
  ResB2d 6     Implement animal disease containment measures
  ResB2d 6.1   Implement programs to safeguard animal health
 ResB2d 6.1.1
                Coordinate and support implementation of animal health protective actions to stop the spread of disease
 ResB2d 6.1.2   Assist in disease control, quarantine, containment and eradication
                Implement plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for distribution of mass prophylaxis from the
  ResB2d 6.2
                National Veterinary Stockpile (NVS)
 ResB2d 6.2.1   Conduct strategic vaccinations or treatments of animals
 ResB2d 6.2.2   Provide human vaccination during animal health emergency if needed
  ResB2d 6.3    Conduct isolation and quarantine of animals
 ResB2d 6.3.1   Establish isolation and quarantine zones
 ResB2d 6.3.2   Assure legal authority to isolate and/or quarantine animals and food products
 ResB2d 6.3.3   Secure animals during an animal health emergency

 ResB2d 6.3.4
                Stop all interstate movement of regulated animals and plant articles and means of conveyance as needed
                Conduct increased border surveillance with bordering nations to prevent introduction of a highly
 ResB2d 6.3.5
                contagious foreign animal disease into North America
                Implement animal control measures, i.e. for infected animals threatening the public’s health (also includes
 ResB2d 6.3.6
                stray pets/domestic animals, commensal wild animals)

  ResB2d 6.4
                Implement plans to collect and dispose of infected material to reduce the spread of animal disease
  ResB2d 6.5    Coordinate and conduct environmental decontamination for animal health response
 ResB2d 6.5.1   Implement procedures for person and animal decontamination
  ResB2d 6.6    Conduct hazardous materials response for disinfectants used in animal health response
  ResB2d 7      Provide animal welfare
  ResB2d 7.1    Conduct animal safety and biosecurity response
  ResB2d 7.2    Provide husbandry services
  ResB2d 7.3    Implement plans and procedures to provide animal health care
 ResB2d 7.3.1   Provide coordination and support through the ICS for providing animal health care
                Provide animal health and veterinary medical services support including mental health services for
 ResB2d 7.3.2
                owners, service providers, and the general public as it relates to the loss of animal life
  ResB2d 8      Conduct animal euthanasia/disposal
  ResB2d 8.1    Euthanize animals to prevent spread of disease
  ResB2d 8.2    Collect and dispose of animal-health response materials
                Coordinate with appropriate agencies to implement disposal methods for agricultural waste, including
 ResB2d 8.2.1
                carcasses, that reduce the spread of animal disease
  ResB2d 2.1    Develop and implement public safety and security training programs
                Implement processes for safe, verified disposal/destruction of infected animals, animal products, and
  ResB2d 8.3
                carcasses
  ResB2d 8.4    Collect and isolate animal remains
 ResB2d 8.4.1   Identify and tag animal remains
  ResB2d 8.5    Decontaminate and store animal remains
 ResB2d 2.1.4   Conduct public safety and security training and education programs
  ResB2d 8.6    Dispose of diseased and/or contaminated animal remains
  ResB2d 9      Demobilize animal health emergency response operations
  ResB2d 9.1    Develop an animal health response operation demobilization plan
  ResB2d 9.2    Implement the animal health response operation demobilization plan
 ResB2d 9.2.1   Restore animal health response personnel and equipment to normal operations
 ResB2d 9.2.3   Complete appropriate documentation for demobilization of animal health operations



Response B3a Citizen Evacuation or Shelter in Place
   ResB3a 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for managing citizen evacuation and sheltering-
  ResB3a 1.1    Develop public protective action communication procedures and programs for evacuation/shelter-in-place
 ResB3a 1.1.1   Develop community outreach initiatives, strategies and tactics
                 Develop and distribute public education materials on evacuation/shelter-in-place preparation, plans, and
ResB3a 1.1.1.1   proceduresin citizen preparedness activities to ensure that public information on evacuation/shelter-in-
                 Participate
ResB3a 1.1.1.2   place preparation and processes is effectively communicated
 ResB3a 1.1.2    Develop public protective action guidelines for evacuation/shelter-in-place
                 Participate in establishment of public information announcements to be issued as part of
 ResB3a 1.1.3    evacuation/shelter-in-place orders
ResB3a 1.1.3.1   Pre-establish public information announcements on protective actions
ResB3a 1.1.3.2   Pre-establish public information announcements on how to shelter-in-place
                                                                                self-decontaminate after minor exposure
ResB3a 1.1.3.3   before re-entering a residence
  ResB3a 1.2     Develop plans and procedures for evacuation/shelter-in place at risk (including high density areas,
                           evacuation procedures for populations and locations
 ResB3a 1.2.1    neighborhoods, high-rise buildings, subways, airports, special events venues, etc), and institutions that
                 Develop an evacuation and invacuation traffic management plan consistent with regional/jurisdictional
 ResB3a 1.2.2    planning councils
 ResB3a 1.2.3    Identify emergency evacuation routes to avoid contaminated area and downwind plume
 ResB3a 1.2.4    Develop plans and procedures for evacuation/shelter-in place of companion animals
  ResB3a 1.3     Develop protection plans for special needs populations in advance populations requiring assistance
                           and implement plans and procedures to identify
 ResB3a 1.3.1    during evacuation/shelter-in-place
ResB3a 1.3.1.1   Develop registry of populations requiring assistance during evacuation/sheltering in place
                 Establishand implement procedures to identify and arrange for transportation to accommodate
ResB3a 1.3.1.2   immobilized individuals or others requiring special assistance during transport
                 Develop plans and procedures for identifying during an incident those populations requiring assistance
 ResB3a 1.3.2    with evacuation, including identification of type of assistance requiredrequire special assistance can be
                 Establish processes to ensure that immobilized and other individuals
 ResB3a 1.3.3    moved to collection points for evacuation
 ResB3a 1.3.4    Establish processes for identifying and collecting individuals who do not go to collection points
  ResB3a 1.4     Pre-establish resources and logistics for evacuation
 ResB3a 1.4.1    Pre-identify evacuee collection points and staging/reception areas (for immediate sheltering/processing)
 ResB3a 1.4.2              plans for transportation support variable message isolation, quarantine,
                 Develop guidelines for usage of highway of shelter-in-place,sign security alerts and other mobility-
 ResB3a 1.4.3    limiting situations
                 Pre-arrange contracts and agreements to ensure provision of transportation vehicle and drivers during an
ResB3a 1.4.3.1   incident
ResB3a 1.4.3.2   Coordinate the development of contingency transit, motor coaches associations and
                 Develop contingency plans to use rail, mass plans with motor coach and school buses owners/operators
ResB3a 1.4.3.3   and school bus industry
 ResB3a 1.4.4    Develop plans and procedures to get resources to those from outside the planning area
                 Identify and arrange for the staging and use of resourceswho have sheltered in place (Long term—3 days
 ResB3a 1.4.5    or more)
 ResB3a 1.4.6              agreements with neighboring areas regarding the movement meet basic of evacuees evacuation
                 Develop plans and procedures for coordinating with other agencies to and receipt needs duringfrom the
 ResB3a 1.4.7    affected area
   ResB3a 2      Develop and implement training programs for staff involved in evacuation/shelter-in-place
  ResB3a 2.1     Develop and implement training programs for staff involved in evacuation/shelter-in-place implementation
  ResB3a 2.2     Develop and implement exercise programs for implementation of evacuation/shelter-in-place actions as
                                           exercises involving evacuation of various types of locations to local shelters
 ResB3a 2.2.1    well as more distant cities
 ResB3a 2.2.2    Assess the training and exercise gapsresources available for participation and/or inclusion in
                 Review existing training and exercise
 ResB3a 2.2.3    comprehensive training and exercise strategy
   ResB3a 3      Direct and coordinate evacuation and/or in-place protection tactical operations
  ResB3a 3.1     Assess the situation and needs for citizen protection
 ResB3a 3.1.1             populations, institutions (e.g. in mind that the coverage area may increase due to radiation fallout)
                 Identify contaminated areas (bearing hospitals, nursing home, correctional facilities) and locations to be
 ResB3a 3.1.2    evacuated or sheltered in place to identify risk (e.g., from a potential terrorist attack) to transportation
                 Coordinate with law enforcement
 ResB3a 3.1.3    infrastructure that may be used for evacuation secondary attack, and identify security and survival
                 Coordinate with law enforcement to anticipate
 ResB3a 3.1.4    vulnerabilities of the evacuated or sheltered population and protective countermeasures
 ResB3a 3.1.5    Define potentially exposed animal population
  ResB3a 3.2     Determine appropriate course of action to address the incident
                 Identify appropriate decision-making authority responsible for deciding a course of action to address the
 ResB3a 3.2.1    incident
 ResB3a 3.2.2    Recommend the evacuation and/or shelter-in-place of affected populations
 ResB3a 3.2.3    Request the evacuation and/or shelter-in-place of affected populations
 ResB3a 3.2.4    Coordinate information sharing with other jurisdictions
  ResB3a 3.3     Re-assess Evacuation/Shelter-in-Place plans and begin implementation
 ResB3a 3.3.1    Re-assess evacuation traffic management plan and adjust as needed
ResB3a 3.3.1.1   Re-assess emergency evacuation routes and adjust as neededdetermining most viable and alternate
                 Coordinate technical assistance in evacuation planning, and in
ResB3a 3.3.1.2   transportation routes and modes of transport
ResB3a 3.3.1.3   Re-assess alternate means and collection points and staging areas identified in plans and adjust as
                 Coordinate location of evacuationroutes of transportation for evacuation
 ResB3a 3.3.2    needed
 ResB3a 3.3.3    Coordinate with mass care agencies to assess the need for emergency feeding and sheltering activities
               Coordinate with mass care services to identify location of shelter facilities and other mass care services
ResB3a 3.3.4   for evacuees
 ResB3a 3.4    Coordinate evacuation and in-place protection implementation
ResB3a 3.4.1   Coordinate with transportation agencies to implement evacuation plans
ResB3a 3.4.2                preparations for mass movement of citizens set up evacuation staging areas
               Coordinate with mass care, medical, and other services to distribution nodes and shelter facilities for
ResB3a 3.4.3   assistance with serving Public Service Answering Points regarding communication of the evacuation
               Coordinate
ResB3a 3.4.4   and/or shelter-in-place decision
ResB3a 3.4.5   Coordinate with appropriate agencies regarding caring for companion animals in transit
 ResB3a 3.5    Coordinate evacuation and in-place protection implementation for populations requiring assistance
ResB3a 3.5.1   Coordinate the handling and transporting of affected persons requiring assistance
ResB3a 3.5.2   Manage resources to support special needs populations to include non-English speaking persons
ResB3a 3.5.3   Coordinate medical assistanceanticipated medical assistance required upon arrival at temporary locations
               Notify appropriate agencies of for special need evacuees in transit
ResB3a 3.5.4   (staging area, shelters, etc)conduct decontamination of evacuees, including those with disabilities and
               Coordinate with HazMat to
 ResB3a 3.6    medical needs (including their equipment)
               Coordinate with environmental health to monitor progress of affected area to determine when re-entry is
 ResB3a 3.7    deemed appropriate
  ResB3a 4     Activate evacuation and/or in-place protection
 ResB3a 4.1    Identify and mobilize appropriate personnel
 ResB3a 4.2    Order shelter-in-place and evacuation warnings
ResB3a 4.2.1   Issue shelter-in-place order
ResB3a 4.2.2   Communicate instructions for shelter in-place procedures
ResB3a 4.2.3   Issue evacuation order providing emergency public information and warning to ensure effective
               Coordinate with agencies
ResB3a 4.2.4   communication of evacuation/shelter-in-place order and procedures
 ResB3a 4.3    Implement notification protocols for communication to Public Service Answering Points (911 centers)
 ResB3a 4.4    Implement locationsidentify and support may need assistance assistance
               Determine plans to of populations who populations requiring with evacuation from affected area (eg,
ResB3a 4.4.1   using pre-established registry of populations in facilities)
ResB3a 4.4.2   Implement plan to capture self-reporting by those requiring assistance with evacuation (eg, via hot-line)
ResB3a 4.4.3   Conduct triage upon identification to determine type of assistance required
 ResB3a 4.5    Implement systems for tracking evacuees and those who shelter in place
  ResB3a 5     Implement evacuation orders
 ResB3a 5.1    Develop, coordinate, and agencies instructions for evacuation
               Provide public notification deliver evacuation traveler information directly to the public and through the
ResB3a 5.1.1   media
ResB3a 5.1.2   Provide information regarding evacuation staging area location
 ResB3a 5.2    Activate the approved traffic control plan
ResB3a 5.2.1   Coordinate with appropriate agencies regarding support for traffic control
ResB3a 5.2.2   Provide transportation/personnel support and resources
ResB3a 5.2.3   Notify alternative transportation systems of surge potential
ResB3a 5.2.4   Determine need to establish other modes of mass transit
ResB3a 5.2.5   Implement transportation security guidelines
               Monitor evacuation traffic flow/demand and adjust evacuation traffic management plan and measures as
 ResB3a 5.3    appropriate
ResB3a 5.3.1   Provide and optimize flow potential on evacuation routes from affected area
ResB3a 5.3.2   Identify and/or create detours and other alternate routes
                        priority access/egress routes for emergency response units and mass transit vehicles moving
ResB3a 5.3.3   evacuees
ResB3a 5.3.4   Manage congested traffic flow routes to identify and eliminate situational bottlenecks
ResB3a 5.3.5   Coordinate evacuee routing and route openings/closures with law enforcement such as contraflow, in
               Analyze, decide upon, and implement/revise extraordinary evacuation measures
ResB3a 5.3.6   coordination with law enforcement
 ResB3a 5.4    Monitor and support the evacuation
ResB3a 5.4.1   Monitor services (e.g. gas, food, water, tow trucks, etc.) along the evacuation requiring
               Provide evacuation traffic to identify those no longer able to self-evacuate androute(s) specialized
ResB3a 5.4.2   assistance
ResB3a 5.4.3   Implement procedures for tracking evacuees who participate voluntarily
  ResB3a 6     Collect and evacuate population requiring assistance
 ResB3a 6.1    Order transportation services for evacuation
               Coordinate with supporting agencies and pre-arranged providers to obtain appropriate means of
ResB3a 6.1.1   Implement plans those requiring transportation of transport for buses, ambulances, handicap-assisted
               transportation for for providing alternative meansassistance (e.g.,immobilized individuals or those needing
ResB3a 6.1.2   other special assistance in transit
 ResB3a 6.2    Provide necessary evacuation assistance
                        appropriate specialized transportation services for those requiring additional support during
ResB3a 6.2.3   evacuation
ResB3a 6.2.4   Coordinate provision of medical support services for evacuating special needs populations
  ResB3a 6.3    Collect and transfer evacuees requiring assistance
 ResB3a 6.3.1   Collect individuals at pre-established collection points and transfer to staging/reception area
 ResB3a 6.3.2   Collect individuals at non-specified locations and transfer to staging/reception area
 ResB3a 6.3.3   Provide transportation to and between shelters
   ResB3a 7     Operate Evacuation Staging/Reception Areas
  ResB3a 7.1    Establishsecurity sweeps of evacuation area
                Conduct evacuation staging/reception staging/reception areas prior to occupancy, if incident is a terrorist
 ResB3a 7.1.1   attack or suspected terrorist attack
  ResB3a 7.2    Operate evacuation staging/reception area basic needs support and processing of evacuated individuals
                Provide, in coordination with mass care, for
 ResB3a 7.2.1   Provide, in coordination in preparation for access to medical
                and companion animals with medical care,further movement services for evacuated individuals in
 ResB3a 7.2.2   staging/reception area with WMD/Hazardous Materials Response capability, for decontamination of
                Provide, in coordination
 ResB3a 7.2.3   evacuated individuals if necessary (including those with medical needs)
 ResB3a 7.2.4   Coordinate with appropriate agencies to address needs of those requiring assistance
  ResB3a 7.3    Implement evacuee tracking systems
 ResB3a 7.3.1   Provide tracking of people needing evacuation assistance
 ResB3a 7.3.2   Provide voluntary registration/tracking system for general population to support reunification
 ResB3a 7.3.3   Monitor procedures for evacuation/and shelter of companion animals
   ResB3a 8     Manage Incoming Evacuees
  ResB3a 8.1    Establish reception areas/centers for evacuees in the host jurisdiction
  ResB3a 8.2    Coordinate with support of self-evacuees into/through needs for evacuees, such as directions,
                Monitor traffic movementagencies to provide short-term area, and redirect as necessary
  ResB3a 8.3    information, shelter, medical care, and other assistance
                Plan, in coordination with social service agencies, for long-term support for evacuees (e.g., temporary
  ResB3a 8.4    housing, schools, job searches, etc.)
   ResB3a 9     Implement in-place protection procedures
  ResB3a 9.1    Identify minimum inventories of food, water and medicine
  ResB3a 9.2    Identify steps to reduce infiltration of hazard(s)
  ResB3a 9.3    Conduct communications with sheltered-in-place population
 ResB3a 9.3.1   Ensure access to emergency communications while sheltered-in-place
                Use emergency alerts system and Public Service Answering Points (PSAPs) to advise and update
 ResB3a 9.3.2   information of incident
  ResB3a 10     Adapt re-entry of evacuees
                Assistand implement reentry plans as officials announce areas within the region to be approved for
 ResB3a 10.1    reentry
 ResB3a 10.2    Assist in the reentry of people and animals/pets into evacuated areas when appropriate and safe.
 ResB3a 10.3    Provide re-entry information to the public on a timely and on-going basis

 ResB3a 10.4
                Coordinate with appropriate agencies to provide instructions and information if re-entry is not feasible
  ResB3a 11     Demobilize evacuation/in-place protection operations
 ResB3a 11.1
                Arrange for decontamination of equipment, supplies, and personnel used in evacuation/in-place protection
 ResB3a 11.2    Participate in incident debriefing on evacuation/in-place protection implementation
 ResB3a 11.3    Release personnel supporting evacuation/in-place protection



Response B3b Isolation and Quarantine
  ResB3b 1      Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for isolation and quarantine
  ResB3b 1.1    Develop plans, policies, and procedures for implementing isolation and quarantine
 ResB3b 1.1.1   Introduce legislation authorizing isolation and quarantine (including quarantine of groups)
                Develop plans for coordinating quarantine activation and enforcement with public safety and law
 ResB3b 1.1.2
                enforcement
                Develop plans for tracking details of individuals placed in Isolation or Quarantine Personal Health
 ResB3b 1.1.3
                Identification Number (PHIN)
 ResB3b 1.1.4   Develop plans for infection control precautions
 ResB3b 1.1.5   Develop plan to ensure adequate stockpiles of appropriate PPE

  ResB3b 1.2
                Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to monitor long-term health effects across community interests
  ResB3b 1.3    Establish systems, programs, and resources for implementing isolation and quarantine
                 Stand up isolation and quarantine units (including defining procedures/protocols) in all of the 83 target
ResB3b 1.3.1
                 cities and as needed in foreign countries
 ResB3b 2        Develop and implement training and exercise programs for isolation and quarantine
 ResB3b 2.1      Develop and implement training for isolation and quarantine
 ResB3b 2.2      Develop and implement exercises for isolation and quarantine
 ResB3b 3        Direct and coordinate isolation and quarantine tactical operations
 ResB3b 3.1      Identify appropriate isolation and quarantine course of action
ResB3b 3.1.1     Identify decision-makers to oversee isolation and quarantine conduct
ResB3b 3.1.2     Identify applicable isolation/quarantine laws, policies and implementation procedures
ResB3b 3.1.3     Develop disease-specific isolation and quarantine plan
ResB3b 3.1.4     Ensure appropriate judicial review of isolation and quarantine orders

ResB3b 3.1.5
                 Provide Environmental Health support and coordination in preparation of isolation/quarantine guidance
 ResB3b 3.2      Provide isolation and quarantine information to emergency public information for release
                 Coordinate with public information agencies regarding notification of quarantine or isolation to ensure
ResB3b 3.2.1     compliance of the general public (e.g. doors are locked and may be opened only by public health official
                 or designated persons)
                 Coordinate with public information agencies to provide timely dissemination of health and safety
ResB3b 3.2.2
                 information to the public regarding risk and protective actions
ResB3b 3.2.3     Promote the public acceptance of isolation and quarantine as necessary control measures

ResB3b 3.2.4
                 Coordinate with public information agencies to disseminate health and safety information to the public
ResB3b 3.2.5     Coordinate public information releases about those people who have been isolated or quarantined
 ResB3b 3.3      Direct and coordinate implementation of isolation and quarantine orders
ResB3b 3.3.1     Coordinate with Law Enforcement to monitor and enforce restrictions, if necessary
                 Coordinate with public health and medical services to ensure appropriate care for those individuals who
ResB3b 3.3.2
                 have been isolated or quarantined
ResB3b 3.3.2.1 Ensure critical medical care for any ill individuals (related to the epidemic or not)
               Coordinate comprehensive stress management strategies, programs, and crisis response teams for
ResB3b 3.3.2.2
               isolation and quarantine operations
               Coordinate with Mass Care to provide water, food, and bulk supplies to isolated and quarantined
 ResB3b 3.3.3
               individuals
               Ensure that adequate food, water, and medication are provided to quarantined or isolated persons
ResB3b 3.3.3.1 (through public health officials; oversight by case manager). (Note: Not only public health officials; all
               appropriate sectors are involved in this.)
               Coordinate with Public Works for retrieval and disposal of contaminated articles from homes or other
 ResB3b 3.3.4
               locations where individuals are isolated or quarantined
               Coordinate with the agriculture community regarding potential animal influence on need for
 ResB3b 3.3.5
               isolation/quarantine
 ResB3b 3.3.5 Assist public health in disease control, quarantine, containment, and eradication
  ResB3b 3.4   Establish and maintain communication channels to share data regarding isolation and quarantine
               Obtain access to information systems to support monitoring adherence to isolation and quarantine
 ResB3b 3.4.1 measures that comply with the PHIN functional requirements for Countermeasure and Response
               Administration
 ResB3b 3.4.2 Report health status data on isolated and quarantined populations
  ResB3b 4     Activate isolation and quarantine operations
  ResB3b 4.1   Identify community sites suitable for quarantine
  ResB3b 4.2   Stand up isolation and quarantine units
  ResB3b 4.3   Issue isolation or quarantine order or an agreement for voluntary isolation or quarantine
 ResB3b 4.3.1 Issue order that closes public venues based on recommendation of an epidemiologist
  ResB3b 4.4   Disseminate guidelines for restrictions
 ResB3b 4.4.1 Disseminate protocols for isolation and care giver treatment of isolated individuals
 ResB3b 4.4.2 Ensure mental health care and access to religious practice
 ResB3b 4.4.3    Ensure access to communication with family and friends to reduce unnecessary stress
                 Provide personal protective equipment (PPE) and culturally and linguistically appropriate instruction in its
 ResB3b 4.4.4
                 use for household members and caregivers
  ResB3b 5       Implement travel restrictions
  ResB3b 5.1     Establish traveler screening locations
  ResB3b 5.2     Implement isolation and quarantine procedures for travelers
 ResB3b 5.2.1    Screen inbound/outbound travelers from outbreak or pandemic areas for illness or exposure
 ResB3b 5.2.2    Prevent boarding of potentially infected passengers in foreign countries with endemic disease
 ResB3b 5.2.3    Educate international travelers on health risks and symptoms
 ResB3b 5.2.4    Screen and educate all staff of outbound flights to exclude potentially infected passengers
 ResB3b 5.2.5    Isolate or quarantine potentially infected travelers
  ResB3b 6       Implement voluntary isolation and quarantine
  ResB3b 6.1     Acquire identification information of affected individuals under voluntary isolation and quarantine

  ResB3b 6.2
               Provide medical and supportive care guidance to community under voluntary isolation and quarantine
  ResB3b 6.3   Monitor isolation and quarantine
               Monitor health status of voluntary isolated and quarantined individuals and caregivers in the community
 ResB3b 6.3.1
               and in hospitals
               Monitor for fever or evidence of infection (quarantine) or progression of illness requiring hospitalization
ResB3b 6.3.1.1
               (isolation) by epidemic agent
ResB3b 6.3.1.2 Identify and respond to adverse events (epidemic treatment or prophylaxis)
               Monitor compliance with voluntary restrictions in whatever way is necessary (e.g., direct communication
 ResB3b 6.3.2
               with the person under order via land line)
               Arrange for transportation to designated healthcare facilities of critically ill individuals under voluntary
  ResB3b 6.4
               isolation and quarantine
               Provide infection control education materials to community under voluntary isolation and quarantine and
  ResB3b 6.5
               hospitals
               Have or have access to information systems to support monitoring adherence to isolation and quarantine
  ResB3b 6.6   measures that comply with the PHIN functional requirements for Countermeasure and Response
               Administration
               Track (using database) the details of the persons that are being placed in Isolation or Quarantine Personal
 ResB3b 6.6.1
               Health Identification Number ([PHIN] compliant)
  ResB3b 7     Implement mandatory isolation and quarantine
  ResB3b 7.1   Acquire identification information of affected individuals under mandatory isolation and quarantine
               Provide medical and supportive care guidance to affected population under mandatory isolation and
  ResB3b 7.2
               quarantine
  ResB3b 7.3   Monitor compliance with infection control and mandatory restrictions of movement
               Monitor health status of individuals and caregivers under mandatory isolation and quarantine and hospital
  ResB3b 7.4
               staff
               Arrange for transportation to designated healthcare facilities of critically ill individuals under mandatory
  ResB3b 7.5
               isolation and quarantine
  ResB3b 8     Demobilize isolation and quarantine operations
  ResB3b 8.1
                 Arrange for decontamination of equipment, supplies, and personnel used in isolation and quarantine
  ResB3b 8.2     Participate in incident debriefing on isolation and quarantine implementation
  ResB3b 8.3     Release personnel supporting isolation and quarantine operations
  ResB3b 8.4     Reconstitute resources and facilities supporting isolation and quarantine operations

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.

Respond B3c Environmental Health
  ResB3c 1       Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for environmental health support
  ResB3c 1.1     Provide environmental health input to planning within incident command
               Conduct long-range (days/weeks/months) environmental health forecasting and planning in support of
ResB3c 1.1.1
               incident command
ResB3c 1.1.1.1 Develop plan for long-term environmental monitoring
 ResB3c 1.2
               Develop plans and protocols for coordinating the environmental health function into response activities
               Develop a plan to coordinate the various elements of environmental health among Federal, State, and
 ResB3c 1.2.1
               local response
               Provide environmental public health representation on national advisory teams for environmental health
ResB3c 1.2.1.1
               services
ResB3c 1.2.1.2 Identify appropriate expertise needed for all aspects of environmental health response
 ResB3c 1.2.2 Develop inputs into the crisis communication plan
               Ensure that environmental health emergency planning is fully integrated and exercised with the
 ResB3c 1.2.3
               jurisdictional emergency plan
               Develop plans, procedures, and programs for providing environmental health support to drinking water
  ResB3c 1.3
               infrastructure
 ResB3c 1.3.1 Develop procedures and protocols for inspection of individual water supplies

ResB3c 1.3.1.1 Create inputs for emergency response plan for both larger, regulated systems (systems regulated by the
               Safe Water Drinking Act [SDWA]), and small unregulated systems (private wells, etc.)
               Develop communications plan for drinking water safety in emergencies, including meaning of and
 ResB3c 1.3.2
               instructions for scenarios such as boil water order, do not drink order, do not use order, etc.

ResB3c 1.3.2.1 Develop emergency guidelines and operation criteria for limited operations (boil water or do not drink
               order) and plan for dissemination to public and policyholders in cooperation with water utilities
               Develop mutual aid agreements with other water providers and relevant health and environment entities
 ResB3c 1.3.3
               for assistance in disaster/emergency events
               Develop a geo-coded database of all Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) drinking water facilities and private
 ResB3c 1.3.4
               systems
  ResB3c 1.4   Develop plans, procedures, and programs for wastewater infrastructure
               Create inputs into emergency response plan for both large community sewer systems (in cooperation with
 ResB3c 1.4.1
               utilities) and small onsite systems
               Develop communications plan for wastewater issues in emergencies, including instructions for scenarios
 ResB3c 1.4.2 such as collection systems or treatment plants not operating, operating at limited capacity, or operating in
               a non-standard manner (e.g., discharge with complete treatment)
               Develop mutual aid agreements with other wastewater operations for assistance in disaster/emergency
 ResB3c 1.4.3
               events
 ResB3c 1.4.4 Develop a geo-coded database for community wastewater facilities and on-site systems
  ResB3c 1.5   Develop plans, procedures, and programs for vector control
               Develop plan for assessing local vector control infrastructure prior to event and how it has been damaged
 ResB3c 1.5.1
               during the event
ResB3c 1.5.1.1 Develop plan to work with local vector control to assist while they rebuild capabilities
               Develop disease specific emergency response plan for vector control including; insect, arthropod and
 ResB3c 1.5.2
               rodent vectors
               Develop emergency vector control guidelines that include surveillance and control of insect, arthropod and
 ResB3c 1.5.3
               rodent vectors
               Develop communications plan for vector control to include control measures for the public and public
 ResB3c 1.5.4
               agencies
               Develop a geo-coded data base of all geographic locations assessed for vectors including locations that
 ResB3c 1.5.5
               were treated, i.e. larvicides, spraying, etc.

 ResB3c 1.6
               Develop plans, procedures, and programs for environmental health support of mass care facilities
               Develop mass care guidelines that include safety/ food/air/water/wastewater sanitation requirements for all
 ResB3c 1.6.1 mass care facilities to include: shelters, housing, ice/food distribution, feeding sites, and other care
               facilities
ResB3c 1.6.1.1 Develop mass care guidelines that include food safety and sanitation requirements
                 Develop mass shelter guidelines that include requirements for the provision of safe drinking water from all
ResB3c 1.6.1.2
                 sources
                 Develop mass shelter guidelines that include requirements for sanitation (toilets, porta-potties, and hand
ResB3c 1.6.1.3
                 washing facilities)
                 Identify sources and pre-arrange for delivery of toilets, porta-potties, and hand washing facilities
ResB3c 1.6.1.4
                 necessary to meet Mass Care Guidelines
                 Provide input into plans, procedures, and protocols to ensure individual/gross decontamination of persons
ResB3c 1.6.1.5   and pets prior to admittance to shelters and other mass care facilities, medical and alternate care facilities,
                 reception centers, and animal shelter
                 Develop plans and guidance on aspects of improvised nuclear device procedures for sheltering in place,
ResB3c 1.6.1.6
                 evacuation, public education and announcements

ResB3c 1.6.2     Conduct building/facility inspections in advance to identify food/sanitation capability and suitability of
                 structures identified as mass care facilities (housing, shelters, feeding and care facilities)
                 Develop plans, procedures, and programs for environmental health support of solid waste and debris
 ResB3c 1.7
                 removal
ResB3c 1.7.1     Develop inputs for solid waste and debris removal guidelines
                 Develop inputs into emergency response plans for managing the type and quantities of waste generated
ResB3c 1.7.2
                 by the event and cleanup efforts

ResB3c 1.7.2.1 Develop inputs into emergency response plan for the safe removal and disposal of solid waste and debris
               to includes mutual aid arrangements, recycling plans, selection of storage sites, vector control, etc.
   ResB3c      Support development of processes for safe disposal/destruction of hazardous material, solid waste, and
   1.7.2.1.1   debris
   ResB3c
   1.7.2.1.2   Establish processes and systems for safe disposal/destruction of radioactive material
 ResB3c 1.7.3 Develop inputs for communications plan for solid waste and debris
 ResB3c 1.7.4 Develop list of transportation routes for wastes to intermediate and permanent repositories
ResB3c 1.7.4.1 Identify suitable repositories by type and their capacities for radioactive waste disposal
ResB3c 1.7.4.2 Determine qualifications for transportation of waste
               Develop a geo-coded database of all geographic locations that debris waste is burned and solid waste
 ResB3c 1.7.5
               disposed
               Develop a geo-coded database of facilities that have the potential for affecting surrounding homes and
 ResB3c 1.7.6 community structures to include facilities that produce, store, use and distribute, treat or dispose of
               hazardous chemicals, biological, radiological, and explosive hazards
               Develop plans, procedures, protocols for providing environmental health support during re-entry
  ResB3c 1.8
               operations
 ResB3c 1.8.1 Develop procedures and guidelines for building re-entry
               Develop a plan for evaluating re-entry and re-occupancy of the community, homes, educational, institution
 ResB3c 1.8.2 and health care facilities Plan establishes evaluation process, assessment criteria, and indicators of safe
               re-occupation
               Develop communications plan for safety and environmental related hazards associated with re-entry and
 ResB3c 1.8.3
               re-occupation of community, homes and facilities
               Develop and implement a monitoring system to determine status of rehabilitation efforts and health and
 ResB3c 1.8.4
               safety issues associated with re-entry and re-occupancy
  ResB3c 1.9   Develop procedures for environmental testing, product hold, and remediation
  ResB3c 2     Develop training and exercise programs for providing environmental health support
  ResB3c 2.1   Develop training programs for providing environmental health support

ResB3c 2.1.1     Develop and conduct emergency response training relevant to environmental health in drinking water
                 systems to field staff and managers of State/local drinking water programs and drinking water utilities
                 Develop and conduct relevant emergency response training relevant to environmental health for field staff
ResB3c 2.1.2
                 and managers of State/local wastewater programs and utilities
ResB3c 2.1.3     Develop and implement vector control response training program
                 Develop and conduct emergency vector control response training to field staff and managers of State/local
ResB3c 2.1.3.1
                 programs having responsibility for vector control
                 Develop and conduct emergency food safety response training relevant to environmental health to field
ResB3c 2.1.4
                 staff and managers of State/local food programs having responsibility for food safety response

ResB3c 2.1.5   Develop and conduct emergency response training to field staff and managers of State/local programs
               having responsibility for safety/food/air/water/wastewater sanitation assessments of mass care operations
               Develop and conduct environmental health training to pre-designated managers, responders and
 ResB3c 2.1.6
               volunteers of mass care operations
  ResB3c 2.2   Develop exercise programs for providing environmental health support
 ResB3c 2.2.1 Develop and implement an exercise program for the protection of drinking water infrastructure
 ResB3c 2.2.2 Develop and implement exercise programs for the protection of wastewater infrastructure
 ResB3c 2.2.3 Develop and implement vector control response exercise program
  ResB3c 3     Direct and coordinate environmental health operations
  ResB3c 3.1   Coordinate the environmental health function into response activities
               Develop an incident-specific plan to coordinate the various elements of environmental health among
 ResB3c 3.1.1
               Federal, State, and local response
               Determine lead entity within each State for the coordination of environmental health efforts to include:
 ResB3c 3.1.2 response work, database management of environmental sample results, interpretation of results, and risk
               communication
               Determine lead entity within each State and Federal agency for which Federal Radiological Monitoring and
               Assessments (FRMAC) is required to provide coordination for the analysis and database management of
 ResB3c 3.1.3
               environmental samples, and for which other agencies are responsible for the interpretation of results and
               risk communication
 ResB3c 3.1.4 Provide environmental health support and coordination for risk communication
               Develop crisis and emergency risk communication information for dissemination through the Joint
ResB3c 3.1.4.1
               Information Center to media, public, partners and stakeholders
ResB3c 3.1.4.2 Clearly identify and communicate environmental health risk issues to the affected population
               Provide input on forecasting and planning aspects as part of the Incident Command System (ICS) for
 ResB3c 3.1.5
               needs in the coming days
  ResB3c 3.2   Provide environmental health support and coordination for drinking water infrastructure issues
               Provide technical assistance during response to private well owners and operators of small, unregulated
 ResB3c 3.2.1
               non-SDWA drinking water systems
               Disseminate emergency guidelines and operation criteria for limited operations (Boil water or do not drink
 ResB3c 3.2.2
               order) to the public and policyholders in cooperation with water utilities
  ResB3c 3.3   Provide environmental health support and coordination for waste water infrastructure issues
               Provide technical assistance to individual owners of onsite systems and operators of small communal
 ResB3c 3.3.1
               onsite systems
  ResB3c 3.4   Provide environmental health support and coordination for mass care issues
 ResB3c 3.4.1 Determine location of all mass feeding and food preparation sites and distribution points
  ResB3c 3.5   Provide environmental health support and coordination for debris and solid waste disposal
  ResB3c 3.6   Provide environmental health support for assessing and monitoring responder safety and health
 ResB3c 3.6.1 Perform strict environmental health monitoring of all response workers
               Perform environmental health ambient and worker exposure monitoring and inform workers of relevant
ResB3c 3.6.1.1
               risks
               Implement environmental health real time monitoring program for exposure (eg, personal dosimeters for
ResB3c 3.6.1.2
               radiation exposures)
ResB3c 3.6.1.3 Issue environmental health protective action guidelines (PAGs) for worker health and safety
  ResB3c 3.7   Provide environmental health support and coordination for hazardous materials response
  ResB3c 3.8   Coordinate vector control response operations
  ResB3c 3.9   Provide environmental health support and coordination for prophylaxis distribution
 ResB3c 3.10 Provide environmental health support and coordination for medical care issues
              Immediately (1st day/ 1st week) identify and register all victims and rescue workers exposed to radiation
ResB3c 3.10.1
              hazards during the emergency response phase
              Coordinate with blood banks, etc, to plan for necessary surge capacity to meet increased demand for
ResB3c 3.10.2
              supplies of blood products, clotting factors, bone marrow, and stem cells for radiation scenarios
              Coordinate with the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) Task Force to identify supply levels at
ResB3c 3.10.3
              the supporting medical facilities for the incident
ResB3c 3.10.4 Coordinate health care provider access to medical SMEs for management of radiation injury cases
              Clearly identify and communicate risk issues to the ambulatory population not in immediate need of
ResB3c 3.10.5
              medical services
              Provision of psychosocial support via psycho-social teams with appropriate training within 24 hours of
ResB3c 3.10.6
              event, coordinating with medical surge
              Pre-arrange memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Department of Defense (DOD) / Department of
ResB3c 3.10.7
              Veterans Affairs (VA) for access to DOD/VA medical resources and hospital beds
 ResB3c 3.11 Provide environmental health support and coordination for public health response issues
ResB3c 3.11.1 Issue environmental health alerts as appropriate
              Assist epidemiologists and health providers in linking environmental exposures to health risks, prevention
ResB3c 3.11.2
              strategies, and disease outcomes

ResB3c 3.12
                Provide Environmental Health support and coordination for agricultural and animal-health safety issues
 ResB3c 3.13    Provide Environmental Health support and coordination for food safety and response issues
ResB3c 3.13.1   Assist in data review of assessments on affected fish and shellfish populations
ResB3c 3.13.2   Conduct follow-up monitoring of food
ResB3c 3.13.3   Conduct follow-up/re-opening assessments
                Provide environmental health support and coordination for safe re-entry and re-occupancy of community,
ResB3c 3.14
                homes, and facilities

ResB3c 3.14.1
                Provide advice to law enforcement authorities regarding re-entry for tasks including personal needs
 ResB3c 4       Activate environmental health support
 ResB3c 4.1     Identify environmental health specialties required to assess and support response
 ResB3c 4.2     Mobilize environmental health personnel
 ResB3c 4.3     Mobilize environmental health resources
 ResB3c 5       Assess environmental hazards
 ResB3c 5.1     Provide assessment of immediate health and environmental consequences
                Provide health impact assessment of sampling results from various environmental sources to include:
ResB3c 5.1.2
                water, air, surfaces and soil
 ResB3c 5.2     Provide assessment of long-term health and environmental consequences
ResB3c 5.2.1    Ensure that appropriate disciplines participate in overall infrastructure assessment
 ResB3c 5.3     Provide environmental health assessment of damage to drinking water infrastructure
ResB3c 5.3.1    Conduct assessments of potable water purification systems
                Determine potability of all drinking water facilities affected (larger, regulated SDWA systems and non-
ResB3c 5.3.2
                SDWA systems, such as private wells)
                Conduct initial assessments of SDWA drinking water facilities using emergency guidelines and operation
ResB3c 5.3.3
                criteria or applicable code
                Conduct initial assessments of non-SDWA drinking water facilities (private wells, etc) using emergency
ResB3c 5.3.4
                guidelines and operation criteria or applicable code
                Conduct assessments of ice making operations, bottled water, and bulk water hauling for quality and
ResB3c 5.3.5
                safety
ResB3c 5.3.6    Ensure that drinking water personnel participate in overall infrastructure assessment
 ResB3c 5.4     Provide environmental health assessment of damage to wastewater infrastructure
                Conduct initial assessments of community sewer systems using emergency guidelines and operation
ResB3c 5.4.1
                criteria or applicable code
                Conduct initial assessments of individual or small community onsite systems using emergency guidelines
ResB3c 5.4.2
                and operation criteria or applicable code
ResB3c 5.4.3    Ensure that wastewater personnel participate in overall infrastructure assessment
               Coordinate environmental health assessments of mass care operations and monitor with changing
 ResB3c 5.5
               population levels
               Conduct initial comprehensive environmental assessments (safety/food/water/wastewater sanitation) of
 ResB3c 5.5.1
               mass care operations to ensure compliance with mass care guidelines
               Assess sanitation (including drinking water) at mass care facilities-shelters, feeding centers, and sources
ResB3c 5.5.1.1
               of ice

ResB3c 5.5.1.2
               Assess food safety/sanitation at mass care facilities-shelters, feeding centers, food/ice distribution centers
               Assess wastewater and sanitation (including toilets, on-site systems and hand washing facilities) at mass
ResB3c 5.5.1.3
               care facilities

ResB3c 5.5.1.4 Conduct comprehensive safety/food/air/water/wastewater/waste/vector control sanitation assessments of
               pre-selected mass care facilities to identify capability of structures to meet mass care guidelines
               Conduct follow-up environmental health assessments (safety/food/air/water/wastewater sanitation) of
 ResB3c 5.5.2
               mass care operations
  ResB3c 5.6   Provide environmental health assessment of debris and solid waste

ResB3c 5.6.1     Provide environmental health assessment of solid waste and debris in affected geographic area, including;
                 accumulation amounts, characterization of solid waste and debris (wood, trees, vehicles, etc)
 ResB3c 5.7      Participate in overall response to hazardous materials by providing environmental health support

ResB3c 5.7.1   Conduct initial assessments of ambient air and potentially contaminated recreational waters, floodwaters,
               community sites, and of facilities involved in the production and and/or distribution of hazardous materials
               Conduct environmental health follow-up monitoring and sampling of ambient air, contaminated
ResB3c 5.7.1.1 recreational waters, floodwaters, community sites, and facilities for chemical, biological, and radiological
               contaminants
               Assist hazardous materials response in investigation of reports of chemical odors, orphaned containers,
 ResB3c 5.7.2
               and spills
 ResB3c 5.7.3 Provide geo-coded hazardous materials sampling reports
ResB3c 5.7.4
                 Ensure that hazardous materials response personnel participate in overall infrastructure assessment
                 Assist in conducting community hazard assessments to identify hazards, threats, vulnerabilities and risk of
ResB3c 5.7.5
                 facilities involved in the production, storage or distribution of hazardous materials
 ResB3c 5.8      Provide environmental health support and coordination on addressing contamination
                 Assist law enforcement and others to establish contaminated areas requiring access restriction, where
ResB3c 5.8.1
                 necessary
                 Provide environmental health advisory services regarding practical and effective decontamination of
ResB3c 5.8.2
                 persons and vehicles leaving affected area, if necessary
                 Provide environmental health guidance regarding practical and effective decontamination of essential
ResB3c 5.8.3
                 routes (highways and secondary road surfaces) through contaminated zone
                 Provide guidance regarding practical and effective decontamination of essential routes (highways and
ResB3c 5.8.4
                 secondary road surfaces) through affected area
ResB3c 5.8.5     Provide environmental health guidance on the processing of contaminated bodies
 ResB3c 5.9      Provide environmental health assessment of food safety incidents
                 Conduct initial assessments of food facilities using emergency guidelines and operation criteria or
ResB3c 5.9.1
                 applicable code
ResB3c 5.9.2     Advise on the safe disposal of damaged or contaminated food

ResB3c 5.9.3  Conduct environmental investigations of disease outbreaks possibly related to food-borne exposure
              supported by information systems that comply with the PHIN Functional Area Outbreak Management
ResB3c 5.9.4 Ensure that food safety personnel participate in infrastructure assessment
 ResB3c 5.10 Provide environmental health support on assessing re-entry
              Assist assessments to collect and analyze data needed to determine safe re-entry and re-occupancy of
ResB3c 5.10.1
              community, homes and facilities
  ResB3c 6     Monitor environment affected by environmental hazards
  ResB3c 6.1   Monitor drinking water systems
               Provide drinking water technical expertise team for emergency operations, both for SDWA (larger,
 ResB3c 6.1.1
               regulated systems) and non-SDWA (private wells) drinking water systems
 ResB3c 6.1.2 Conduct follow-up monitoring of drinking water quality and system pressure in SDWA systems
  ResB3c 6.2   Monitor wastewater systems
               Provide wastewater technical expertise team for questions at emergency operations, both for large
 ResB3c 6.2.1
               centralized community systems and smaller onsite systems
               Determine all wastewater facilities affected, including both large community sewer systems and small
 ResB3c 6.2.2
               onsite systems
 ResB3c 6.2.3 Provide short-term sewage disposal alternatives until infrastructure is restored
ResB3c 6.2.3.1 Identify and implement alternative wastewater system sources
 ResB3c 6.2.4 Conduct follow-up monitoring of treatment plant effluent and integrity of collection systems
  ResB3c 6.3   Monitor vectors
 ResB3c 6.3.1 Develop plan to work with local vector control to assist while they rebuild capabilities
  ResB3c 6.4   Monitor mass care operations as population levels change
  ResB3c 6.5   Monitor solid waste and debris removal operations
 ResB3c 6.5.1 Provide for the safe collection and disposal of solid waste and debris
 ResB3c 6.5.2 Provide a solid waste technical expertise team for questions from both the industry and public
  ResB3c 6.6   Monitor re-entry operations
               Provide geo-coded status report of community, homes and facilities identified as safe or unsafe to re-enter
 ResB3c 6.6.1
               and re-occupy
  ResB3c 6.7   Monitor decontamination operations
 ResB3c 6.7.1 Determine, recommend, and assess appropriate decontamination methods
  ResB3c 7     Conduct vector control response operations
  ResB3c 7.1   Provide vector control
 ResB3c 7.1.1 Assist in the overall coordination of vector control response
               Establish a vector control technical expertise team for surveillance and monitoring of animal infections
  ResB3c 7.2
               until population densities and infection rates return to pre-event levels
               Conduct assessment of insect, animal and rodent vectors to include population densities, infectivity rates,
  ResB3c 7.3
               and human risk potential
               Coordinate emergency vector control measures to the extent needed to supplement local capacity and
  ResB3c 7.4
               reduce risk to pre-event levels
  ResB3c 8     Demobilize environmental health operations
  ResB3c 8.1   Evaluate response to environmental hazard
  ResB3c 8.2   Participate in incident debriefing for environmental health support operations
  ResB3c 8.3   Release environmental health support personnel
  ResB3c 8.4   Reconstitute environmental health resources and facilities



Response B3d Public Safety and Security Response
  ResB3d 1
                 Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for public safety and security support activities.
  ResB3d 1.1     Establish public safety and security monitoring and surveillance programs.
                 Review, revise and develop public safety policies, protocols, and procedures to be implemented to effect a
  ResB3d 1.2
                 command and control structure, consistent with NIMS
                 Review and improve, as appropriate, Standard Operating Procedures for the notification and mobilization
 ResB3d 1.2.1
                 of Public Safety Resources during a crisis response
                 Develop plans and procedures to ensure interoperable communications during public safety and security
 ResB3d 1.2.2
                 response

 ResB3d 1.2.3
                 Develop plans and procedures to ensure adequate resources during public safety and security response
               Enter into Interagency Agreements and Memorandums of Understanding with appropriate surrounding
ResB3d 1.2.3.1 agencies and jurisdictions, within the legal authority of the respective jurisdiction, to ensure adequate
               response and access to supplemental personnel
               Identify required resources and enter into contracts, as appropriate, to access and provide required
ResB3d 1.2.3.2 resources during a crisis response to shelter, feed, and maintain a significant cadre of public safety and
               other related first responders
  ResB3d 1.3   Develop site security plans.
               plan for access to site for emergency workers, as well as, other necessary and appropriate personnel to
 ResB3d 1.3.1
               enter incident site
               Establish and review plans and procedures for providing protection and security assistance to other
  ResB3d 1.4
               emergency response activities
               Review and improve existing planned evacuation routes and staging areas to determine sufficient public
 ResB3d 1.4.1 safety resources required to establish and maintain perimeters, safety zones, and public order as well as
               facilitate evacuations and/or sheltering-in-place activities
               Develop and document, in conjunction with correctional and jail officials, coordination strategies for
ResB3d 1.4.1.1
               managing and possibly relocating incarcerated persons during a crisis response
               Review plans for decontamination sites and access to decontamination equipment, including personal
 ResB3d 1.4.2
               protective equipment for responders
               Review existing and develop protocols as appropriate for the operation of decontamination sites, and out-
ResB3d 1.4.2.1
               processing areas
               Ensure hospital and medical supply resources, as well as other key infrastructure, have been identified,
 ResB3d 1.4.3 and agreements exist or are drafted regarding the maintenance of security at these facilities during a crisis
               response

               Review and develop as appropriate, in coordination with legal counsel, such as the city/county attorney’s
ResB3d 1.4.4   and/or State Attorney General Office, policies regarding public safety enforcement actions required to
               maintain the public order during a crisis response, to include teams of enforcement officers for handling of
               persons disrupting the public order, violating laws, requiring quarantine, and so forth
               Identify and enter into agreements to secure the resources needed for the processing and temporary
ResB3d 1.4.4.1
               detention of law violators
               Establish a recovery strategy to access reimbursable opportunities, replenish supplies and equipment, re-
 ResB3d 1.4.5
               assign personnel, and return to normal operation
 ResB3d 1.4.6 Establish force protection plan
               Establish protocols wherein probation and parole services are responsible for contacting their respective
 ResB3d 1.4.7
               agencies of any changes in their residency status

ResB3d 1.4.8
                 Establish protocols for alternate housing facilities for local, State, and federally incarcerated prisoners
  ResB3d 2       Develop and implement public safety and security training and exercise program
                 Identify gaps in personnel training at the awareness and first response operational level, to include
ResB3d 2.1.1     familiarity with the expectations of and demands on the public safety responders as set forth in agency
                 plans, protocols, and procedures for a crisis response
ResB3d 2.1.2     Identify existing training resources and opportunities available at the Federal, State, and local level
ResB3d 2.1.3     Develop a training strategy for all personnel
 ResB3d 2.2      Develop and implement public safety and security exercise programs
                 Develop a strategy, in coordination with area jurisdictions, to participate in and/or conduct exercises which
ResB3d 2.2.1     incorporate all existing response requirements, identify gaps, develop improvement plans, and implement
                 preparedness enhancements
 ResB3d 3        Command and control public safety and security response operations
 ResB3d 3.1      Establish the management and coordination of the public safety and security response
ResB3d 3.1.1     Identify law enforcement personnel needed to maintain public safety and security
ResB3d 3.1.2     Deploy appropriate relief personnel for public safety and security
                 Establish staging areas for law enforcement to conduct deputization, personnel assignment, and briefing
ResB3d 3.1.3
                 prior to entering the impacted area
 ResB3d 3.2      Coordinate public safety and security operations with Incident Command.
ResB3d 3.2.1   Coordinate traffic control
ResB3d 3.2.2   Coordinate physical security
ResB3d 3.2.3   Coordinate security for facilities and resources
ResB3d 3.2.4   Coordinate security for vulnerable, threatened, and contaminated sites and materials
ResB3d 3.2.5   Coordinate detainee basic needs
ResB3d 3.2.6   Coordinate air reconnaissance and surveillance
 ResB3d 3.3    Manage resource and logistic needs for public safety and security response
ResB3d 3.3.1   Manage public safety and security mutual aid agreements
ResB3d 3.3.2   Arrange for proper sheltering, care, and feeding of detainees
ResB3d 3.3.3   Arrange for shelter, housing and feeding for law enforcement responders
 ResB3d 3.4    Implement and maintain an on-scene personal identity management system
 ResB3d 3.5    Communicate with other response agencies regarding public safety response
 ResB3d 4      Activate Public Safety and Security Response
 ResB3d 4.1    Conduct a public safety and security response
ResB3d 4.1.1   Coordinate and receive instructions from Tactical Operations
ResB3d 4.1.2   Ensure that responders have the appropriate equipment to perform assigned tasks
 ResB3d 4.2    Implement site security plans
ResB3d 4.2.1   Establish secure prisoner holding area
ResB3d 4.2.2   Based on type and severity of the incident, establish scene safety
 ResB3d 4.3    Control access to incident sites
 ResB3d 5      Assess the incident scene and secure the area
 ResB3d 5.1    Secure the incident site
ResB3d 5.1.1   Identify and establish inner most incident/crime scene perimeters
ResB3d 5.1.2   Document observations regarding the affected area
 ResB3d 5.2    Assess resource needs based on incident
ResB3d 5.2.1   Identify force protection requirements

ResB3d 5.2.2
               Determine the appropriate emergency medical personnel to respond on site for injuries and fatalities
               Develop and maintain a reserve corps of tactical officers at the command post to respond to unexpected
ResB3d 5.2.3
               occurrences
 ResB3d 6      Control Traffic, Crowd, and Scene
 ResB3d 6.1    Identify and establish an incident perimeter and zones
ResB3d 6.1.1   Identify security zone requirements
ResB3d 6.1.2   Secure critical sites such as hospitals and medical supply distribution points
               Provide and plan for access to the site for emergency workers and other necessary and appropriate
ResB3d 6.1.3
               personnel
 ResB3d 6.2    Establish force protection
ResB3d 6.2.1   Provide force protection for search and rescue personnel to allow them to operate safely

ResB3d 6.2.2
               Plan and provide protection and security for abandoned properties within and around the incident site
ResB3d 6.2.4   Provide security for infectious/hazardous materials
ResB3d 6.2.5   Secure animals during an animal health emergency
 ResB3d 6.3    Control traffic and crowds
ResB3d 6.3.1   Direct/redirect traffic to guide public from affected areas
ResB3d 6.3.2   Provide direction and guidance for emergency traffic routes to critical facilities and resources
 ResB3d 6.4    Provide public safety and security assistance to quarantine activation and enforcement
ResB3d 6.4.1   Provide security force to assist with human or animal quarantine operations
ResB3d 6.4.2   Prohibit movement of animals
 ResB3d 7      Maintain public order
 ResB3d 7.1    Assess situation for public order related concerns
ResB3d 7.1.1   Conduct an initial reconnaissance of the area for public order and safety/security issues
ResB3d 7.1.2   Request assets required to provide security
 ResB3d 7.2       Coordinate with appropriate unit and develop a plan of action for maintaining public order
 ResB3d 7.3       Implement emergency public safety and security assessment procedures
ResB3d 7.3.1      Conduct traffic control as needed to maintain public order
 ResB3d 7.4       Secure incident site
ResB3d 7.4.1      Conduct tactical deployment
                  Use tactical operations teams to conduct searches of high-priority unsecured sites to establish security
ResB3d 7.4.2
                  and detain lawbreakers as necessary
 ResB3d 7.5       Maintain security operations
ResB3d 7.5.1      Provide security for public officials and investigation teams
                  Institute and conduct security operations controlling personnel who are allowed to enter damaged and
ResB3d 7.5.2
                  condemned buildings and the contents that they are allowed to remove
 ResB3d 8         Conduct law enforcement operations
 ResB3d 8.1       Coordinate with investigators to interview witnesses/bystanders in order to identify suspects
 ResB3d 8.2       Apprehend suspects
 ResB3d 8.3       Make arrests as necessary
 ResB3d 9         Manage criminal justice population
 ResB3d 9.1       Establish mobile arrest and processing sites for arrestees
                  Provide space in mobile arrest and processing site/area for: finger printing and photos, desk space,
ResB3d 9.1.1      interview area, property storage, secure storage for valuables and/or evidence, isolation area for violent
                  detainees, and secure area for vehicles
 ResB3d 9.2       process suspect(s)
ResB3d 9.2.1      Process those arrested (photos, fingerprinting) and document arrests
ResB3d 9.2.2      Set up improvised holding cells to manage detainees
ResB3d 9.2.3      Detain those arrested (in improvised holding cells)
ResB3d 9.2.3.1 Provide detainee supervision 24/7 for the length of the incident
               Ensure holding facilities have provisions for food, access to drinking water and toilet facilities, and trash
ResB3d 9.2.3.2
               removal
ResB3d 9.2.3.3 Establish system for documenting, securing, storing, transporting, and releasing detainee property
ResB3d 9.2.3.4 Establish system to track detainee movement – in-coming, transfers, and releases
ResB3d 9.2.3.5 Distribute notification of the destination holding facility
ResB3d 9.2.3.6 Provide space for Prosecutors/Public Defenders to meet with operations staff and/or detainees
 ResB3d 9.2.4 Transport detainees to secure lock-up facility
ResB3d 9.2.5
                  Ensure that established procedures for transfer of detainees during major emergencies are followed
 ResB3d 9.3       Implement continuity of operations plans for managing criminal justice population
ResB3d 9.3.1      Designate alternate facilities to ensure continued operations for prosecutors/public defenders

ResB3d 9.3.2
                  Set up improvised court facilities to ensure local, State, tribal, and Federal court services continue
                  Implement protocols for contacting appropriate parole/probation agencies of any changes in residency
ResB3d 9.3.3
                  status

ResB3d 9.3.4
               Establish protocols for alternate housing facilities for local, State, and Federally incarcerated prisoners
ResB3d 9.3.5   Establish equipment lists and mobile booking kits and store at strategic locations
               Inventory mobile booking kits on a regular basis to ensure that equipment and materials have not been
ResB3d 9.3.5.1
               removed or damaged and remain in working order
 ResB3d 9.3.6 Ensure the capacity to run records checks for warrants, holds on detainees, and terrorist lists
  ResB3d 10    Demobilize public safety and security response
 ResB3d 10.1 Demobilize staff and resources
ResB3d 10.1.1
              Clear the incident scene upon completion of assigned temporary duties, or as directed by superiors
ResB3d 10.1.2 Return local forces to regular service
ResB3d 10.1.3 Recall temporary assistance resources to staging areas for out processing
                 Identify staff needs dependant upon their upon their level of involvement and/or hours committed to the
ResB3d 10.1.4
                 incident

 ResB3d 10.2
              Decontaminate, debrief, and out-process Law Enforcement personnel prior to leaving the impacted area
ResB3d 10.2.1 Debrief all out processing personnel
ResB3d 10.2.2 Participate in incident debriefing
 ResB3d 10.3
              Conduct decontamination of all out-processing public safety and security personnel and equipment
ResB3d 10.3.1 Identify public safety and security assets required for decontamination activities
ResB3d 10.3.2 Coordinate with HazMat personnel to establish decontamination sites
ResB3d 10.3.3
              Coordinate with HazMat personnel to decontaminate affected public safety facilities and equipment
              Coordinate with resource logistics personnel to implement resource reimbursement process for public
 ResB3d 10.4
              safety and security resources
ResB3d 10.4.1 Activate reimbursement process for public safety and security resources
ResB3d 10.4.2 Receive and process reimbursement requests for public safety and security resources
ResB3d 10.4.3
              Process compensation claims and related administrative activities for public safety and security resources
 ResB3d 10.5 Reconstitute personnel and equipment
ResB3d 10.5.1 Rehabilitate and replenish public safety and security resources



Response B4a Urban Search and Rescue
  ResB4a 1
                 Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems to support search and rescue (SAR) operations.
 ResB4a 1.1      Develop policies and procedures for search and rescue operations.
                 Incorporate Search and Rescue (SAR) plans, procedures into jurisdiction’s Emergency Operations
 ResB4a 1.1.1
                 Procedures (EOP) or EOP Annexes
 ResB4a 1.1.2  Develop plan for SAR teams that will be deployed out-of-region to be self-sustaining for 72 hours
  ResB4a 1.2   Establish plans, procedures and protocols for logistical support for search and rescue assets.
 ResB4a 1.2.1  Develop plan to incorporate nationally certified SAR volunteers
               Ensure appropriate legal issues pertaining to liability claims, including the application of the good
ResB4a 1.2.1.1
               Samaritan laws, are understood and resolved.
 ResB4a 1.2.2 Develop a management plan to address uncertified volunteers
  ResB4a 1.3   Establish systems and resources for land-based search and rescue
 ResB4a 1.3.1 Establish, maintain, and manage the national urban search and rescue response system.
 ResB4a 1.3.2 Pre-identify typed US&R resources
               Develop resource allocation processes and procedures for SAR capable resources that also support other
 ResB4a 1.3.3
               capabilities/functions
               Identify resources from other agencies or capabilities that may assist with SAR, and plan to integrate such
 ResB4a 1.3.4
               additional resources as necessary

  ResB4a 2
                 Develop and implement training and exercise programs for urban search and rescue operations
  ResB4a 2.1     Develop and implement search and rescue training programs
 ResB4a 2.1.1    Establish training program for SAR personnel per EOP
 ResB4a 2.1.2    Train and equip SAR personnel to the appropriate standards commensurate with their mission
 ResB4a 2.1.3    Provide training for search and rescue augmenting organizations.
  ResB4a 2.2     Develop and implement search and rescue exercise programs
 ResB4a 2.2.1    Establish exercise program for SAR personnel per EOP
   ResB4a 3      Direct and Coordinate SAR Tactical Operations
  ResB4a 3.1     Receive and accept Search and Rescue (SAR) request/activation order
  ResB4a 3.2     Participate in SAR planning process and operational briefings
                Identify logistics capability of incident site to determine whether deployed SAR teams must be self-
ResB4a 3.2.1
                sustaining
 ResB4a 3.3     Direct search and rescue teams and collapse-site teams
ResB4a 3.3.1    Direct the use of heavy machinery in recovery effort
ResB4a 3.3.2    Stabilize and support entry and exit points for search and rescue operations
 ResB4a 3.4     Provide resource support to SAR operations

ResB4a 3.4.1    Direct Urban Search & Rescue (US&R) resources according to the National Incident Management System
                (NIMS), the Incident Command System (ICS), and consensus-level technical rescue standards
ResB4a 3.4.2    Manage search and rescue mutual aid agreements
ResB4a 3.4.3    Determine need for deployment of additional SAR resources
ResB4a 3.4.4    Identify need for additional assistance

 ResB4a 3.5
               Provide technical assistance, training, and operational support to search and rescue teams and assets
 ResB4a 3.6    Provide status reports on search and rescue operations
ResB4a 3.6.1   Provide timely situational and resources awareness and response information
ResB4a 3.6.2   Document and collect SAR operations information, including chronological log of events in the field
               Collect assessment information from damage assessment teams for inclusion in situation reports and for
ResB4a 3.6.2.1
               decision-making regarding SAR resources
 ResB4a 3.6.3 Issue additional advisories and alert and activation orders as required
               Develop demobilization/reassignment plan which includes long-term follow-up on personnel for exposure,
  ResB4a 3.7
               psychological, or emotional issues resulting from the incident
 ResB4a 3.7.1 Formulate redeployment plans for search and rescue assets and personnel
ResB4a 3.7.2
                Formulate decisions on the demobilization of regional and State first responder assets and personnel
ResB4a 3.7.3    Re-assign/rotate technical specialists, as needed
  ResB4a 4      Activate Search and Rescue
 ResB4a 4.1     Activate search and rescue operations

ResB4a 4.1.1
                Activate the national urban search and rescue response system for any incident of national significance
ResB4a 4.1.2    Deploy Federal, State, regional, or local SAR resources according to the Resource Typing List
 ResB4a 4.2     Initiate mobilization procedure
ResB4a 4.2.1    Assemble personnel and equipment at Incident Command-designated location
ResB4a 4.2.2    Transport team (personnel and equipment) to Incident Command-designated location
ResB4a 4.2.3    Collect and analyze incident information to assist SAR capability deployment decisions
 ResB4a 4.3     Participate in Search and Rescue (SAR) planning process and operational briefings
 ResB4a 4.4     Activate an animal rescue plan
  ResB4a 5      Provide Materiel and other support
 ResB4a 5.1     Integrate into base of operations
ResB4a 5.1.1    Coordinate medical care for SAR personnel and service animals
ResB4a 5.1.2    Provide portable shelters for use by search and rescue task force
ResB4a 5.1.3    Provide mobile feeding units for search and rescue task force
 ResB4a 5.2     Maintain accountability of team equipment/supplies
  ResB4a 6      Conduct SAR reconnaissance
 ResB4a 6.1     Evaluate the disaster site

ResB4a 6.1.1
                Assess stability of incident site to determine search and rescue tactical options in accordance with SOP
ResB4a 6.1.2    Assess the incident site for hazardous materials (HazMat) and other dangerous conditions
ResB4a 6.1.3    Develop sketch map of assigned area
 ResB4a 6.2     Identify heavy machinery support requirements
 ResB4a 6.3     Communicate findings and recommend priorities to SAR Division Supervisor/Branch Director
  ResB4a 7      Conduct Search
 ResB4a 7.1     Ensure scene/site safety (security, shoring, debris)
 ResB4a 7.2     Conduct area search for victims
ResB4a 7.2.1    Search for trapped victims using canine, physical and technological search capabilities
ResB4a 7.2.2    Identify and record potential/actual victim locations (live and dead)
 ResB4a 7.3     Direct ambulatory victims to safe assembly point
 ResB4a 7.4     Provide periodic progress reports while searching
 ResB4a 7.5     Maintain accountability for search personnel, equipment, and supplies
  ResB4a 8      Extricate Victims
 ResB4a 8.1     Extricate trapped victims
ResB4a 8.1.1    Coordinate extrication strategy with medical personnel
 ResB4a 8.2     Provide periodic progress reports while rescuing
 ResB4a 8.3     Maintain accountability of extrication personnel, equipment, and supplies
  ResB4a 9      Provide Medical Treatment
 ResB4a 9.1     Medically stabilize trapped victims
ResB4a 9.1.1    Coordinate medical treatment with extrication and medical personnel
ResB4a 9.1.2    Provide periodic progress reports while medically stabilizing victim
 ResB4a 9.2     Transfer victims to more definitive medical care
 ResB4a 9.3     Maintain accountability of medical personnel, equipment, and supplies
  ResB4a 10     Demobilize/Redeploy SAR Teams
 ResB4a 10.1    Demobilize teams
ResB4a 10.1.1   Arrange transportation for personnel and equipment
ResB4a 10.1.2   Debrief SAR capability personnel before leaving the scene
 ResB4a 10.2    Demobilize base of operations
ResB4a 10.2.1   Repackage equipment cache



Response B4b Water Search and Rescue
 ResB4b 4.1     Conduct water search and rescue operations
 ResB4b 4.2     Deploy to location where water search and rescue is required
 ResB4b 4.3     Assess incident sites
 ResB4b 4.4     Prioritize incident response



Response C1a Triage and Pre-Hospital Treatment
  ResC1a 1      Develop plans, procedures, policies, and systems for triage and pre-hospital treatment
                Assess, categorize, and track health and medical resources at the State, regional, and local levels,
  ResC1a 1.1    including but not limited to trauma centers, burn centers, pediatric facilities, acute care facilities, and other
                specialty facilities
                Ensure appropriate protective resources are available, including vaccinations, prophylaxis, and PPE for
 ResC1a 1.1.1
                pre-hospital providers and their families
                Ensure sufficient EMS personnel and resources are available to respond to day-to-day emergencies in the
 ResC1a 1.1.2
                community
                Ensure sufficient EMS personnel and resources are available to respond to and manage a catastrophic
 ResC1a 1.1.3
                incident until Federal resources become available
                Ensure that EMS systems include an education, licensure, and credentialing system consistent with
 ResC1a 1.1.4
                national standards
                Establish the availability of communication protocols and systems to support triage and pre-hospital
  ResC1a 1.2
                treatment
                Develop procedures for effective, reliable interoperable communications between EMS, incident
 ResC1a 1.2.1
                command, public health, and healthcare facilities
 ResC1a 1.2.2   Establish and maintain intrastate and interstate EMS communications systems
                Identify and coordinate with public safety access points that have enhanced capabilities (i.e., automatic
 ResC1a 1.2.3
                location identification), redundancy, and are capable of handling a surge in call volume
  ResC1a 1.3    Establish procedures for managing EMS resources for catastrophic events
                 Develop protocols and procedures for tracking triage and pre-hospital treatment staff and equipment
ResC1a 1.3.1
                 during day-to-day operations as well as catastrophic incidents
                 Establish a means to allow EMS resources to be used across jurisdictions, both intrastate and interstate,
ResC1a 1.3.2
                 using the National Incident Management System (NIMS) (e.g.,, mutual aid agreements)
                 Develop plans and mechanisms for obtaining reimbursement for both private- and public-sector expenses
ResC1a 1.3.3
                 for triage and pre-hospital treatment, following a declared catastrophic incident

                 Develop and/or maintain protocols and procedures for EMS dispatch, assessment, triage, treatment,
 ResC1a 1.4
                 transport, logistical support, medical command and coordination, safety, communications, and tracking of
                 patients during day-to-day operations as well as catastrophic incidents
                 Develop mechanisms to ensure freedom of movement of medical response, transport, and personnel
 ResC1a 1.5
                 when faced with restricted travel laws, isolation/quarantine, or security measures
  ResC1a 2       Develop training and exercise programs for triage and pre-hospital treatment
                 Develop and implement multi-disciplinary training programs for EMS personnel, based on local risk
 ResC1a 2.1
                 vulnerability assessment and lessons learned

ResC1a 2.1.1
               Conduct appropriate medical training of dispatch personnel in dealing with mass casualty incidents
               Develop and implement multi-disciplinary training programs for EMS personnel, based on local risk
 ResC1a 2.1.2
               vulnerability assessments and lessons learned
               Develop and implement multi-disciplinary exercise programs for EMS personnel, based on local risk
  ResC1a 2.2
               vulnerability assessment and lessons learned
   ResC1a 3    Direct and coordinate triage and pre-hospital treatment operations
  ResC1a 3.1   Coordinate triage and pre-hospital treatment operations with on-site Incident Command
 ResC1a 3.1.1 Establish Medical Branch/Group officer
               Coordinate and integrate triage and pre-hospital treatment operations with the National Disaster Medical
 ResC1a 3.1.2
               System
               Implement and coordinate effective, reliable interoperable communications between EMS, incident
  ResC1a 3.2
               command, public health, and healthcare facilities
  ResC1a 3.3   Provide logistical and resource support for triage and pre-hospital treatment
 ResC1a 3.3.1 Organize and distribute resources for triage and pre-hospital treatment operations
 ResC1a 3.3.2 Assess need for additional EMS resources/mutual aid
 ResC1a 3.3.3 Initiate recall and/or mutual aid to staff spare ambulances and provide immediate surge capability
 ResC1a 3.3.4 Ensure safety of EMS response personnel
ResC1a 3.3.4.1 Implement and maintain accountability procedures for EMS personnel, equipment, and supplies
ResC1a 3.3.4.2 Provide medical support, safety considerations, and appropriate PPE for EMS responders
   ResC1a 4    Activate triage and pre-hospital treatment operations
  ResC1a 4.1   Dispatch EMS to provide medical care
  ResC1a 4.2   Complete scene survey
 ResC1a 4.2.1 Establish scene safety for EMS personnel, based on the type and severity of the incident
  ResC1a 4.3   Establish triage, treatment, and transport areas
  ResC1a 4.4   Implement casualty management plan
   ResC1a 5    Conduct triage
  ResC1a 5.1   Conduct initial and on-going pre-hospital triage
  ResC1a 5.2   Initiate a triage patient tracking system
  ResC1a 5.3   Prepare triaged patients for treatment and transport
 ResC1a 5.3.1 Ensure decontamination of patients prior to treatment and transport
  ResC1a 5.4   Move patients to safe, secure, and easily accessible treatment area(s)
   ResC1a 6    Provide pre-hospital treatment
  ResC1a 6.1   Establish Immediate, Minor, and Delayed Treatment areas
  ResC1a 6.2   Provide pre-hospital treatment appropriate to nature of incident and number of injured/ill
 ResC1a 6.2.1 Administer antidotes for victims of WMD attacks
 ResC1a 6.2.2 Provide ongoing pain management therapy as needed to victims awaiting transport
                Improve monitoring of adverse treatment reactions among those people who have received medical
 ResC1a 6.2.3
                countermeasures and have been isolated or quarantined
 ResC1a 6.3     Ensure documentation of patient care and transfer, in accordance with mass casualty protocols
  ResC1a 7      Transport patients treated by EMS
 ResC1a 7.1     Identify transport vehicles, victims, and priority of transport
                Provide for alternative modes of transport should air or other operations be necessary (eg – helicopters
 ResC1a 7.1.1
                along with a corresponding landing zone [LZ])
  ResC1a 7.2    Coordinate and transport of patients to appropriate treatment facility
 ResC1a 7.2.1   Provide ongoing assessment and treatment en route
 ResC1a 7.2.2   Transfer care of the patient to medical staff at facility
   ResC1a 8     Demobilize triage and pre-hospital treatment operations
  ResC1a 8.1    Demobilize triage and pre-hospital treatment staff and equipment
 ResC1a 8.1.1   Reconstitute EMS personnel and equipment
 ResC1a 8.1.2   Participate in incident debriefing for triage and pre-hospital treatment operations
 ResC1a 8.1.3   Ensure decontamination of vehicles/EMS
  ResC1a 8.2    Reestablish normal EMS operations
  ResC1a 8.3    Conduct post-incident activities

 ResC1a 8.3.1
                Identify EMS staff needs dependent upon their level of involvement and/or hours committed to the incident
                Implement comprehensive stress management strategies and programs for all emergency responders and
 ResC1a 8.3.2
                other workers
 ResC1a 8.3.3   Ensure post-event medical monitoring and care of pre-hospital /triage responders
                Conduct post-event analysis, including development and dissemination of lessons learned; revise plan as
 ResC1a 8.3.4
                indicated
 ResC1a 8.3.5   Identify programs for long-term medical recovery at alternate care sites
  ResC1a 1.1    Establish resources and systems to ensure adequate prophylaxis distribution



Response C1b Medical Surge
  ResC1b 1      Develop plans, procedures, policies, and systems for supporting medical surge
 ResC1b 1.1     Develop and implement plans to assess current medical capacity
                Develop plans, procedures and protocols to inventory medical supplies, equipment, pharmaceuticals, and
 ResC1b 1.1.1
                first aid units
                Develop plans, procedures and protocols to inventory ambulance services, hospitals, clinics, and
 ResC1b 1.1.2
                laboratories
                Assess, categorize, and track health and medical resources at the State, regional, and local level,
 ResC1b 1.1.3   including but not limited to trauma centers, burn centers, pediatric facilities, acute care facilities and other
                specialty facilities
                Perform a failure analysis of the potential public health impact of the event in the absence of an adequate
 ResC1b 1.2
                public health intervention
 ResC1b 1.2.1   Ensure sufficient personnel and resources to respond to day-to-day emergencies in the community
                Ensure sufficient personnel, supplies, and equipment to respond to and manage a catastrophic incident
 ResC1b 1.2.2
                until federal resources become available
 ResC1b 1.3     Establish procedures, protocols, and systems to support provision of surge medical personnel
                Establish a response system that allows the immediate deployment of additional health care personnel (to
 ResC1b 1.3.1
                accommodate a surge of 500 adult and pediatric patients per 1,000,000 people)
 ResC1b 1.3.2   Develop mutual aid plans, MOUs, and support relationships for medical personnel surge
                Develop support relationships with government agencies, professional associations, private services, and
 ResC1b 1.3.3
                volunteer organizations to provide mental health assistance during disasters

 ResC1b 1.3.4
                Plan for requesting Federal medical assistance teams and coordinating for their support during operations
 ResC1b 1.3.5   Establish advance registration system to coordinate surge for health care workers and volunteers
ResC1b 1.3.6    Develop a system that allows for the advanced registration and credentialing of clinicians needed to
                augment a hospital or other medical facility to meet patient/victim care increased surge capacity needs

ResC1b 1.3.7  Develop a system that allows for the advanced registration and credentialing of engineering professionals
              that may be needed to provide technical support to State and local building officials’ resources
              Identify local, State, sub-State, and interstate mental health and substance abuse professionals or
ResC1b 1.3.8
              paraprofessionals by survey
ResC1b 1.3.9 Register volunteer health care workers
ResC1b 1.3.10 Develop guidelines for obtaining medical reserve corps assets
ResC1b 1.3.11 Develop plans to identify staff, equipment, and resources to operate alternate care facilities
              Establish procedures, protocols, and systems to support provision of surge medical facilities and
 ResC1b 1.4
              equipment
              Develop plans, procedures and protocols for delivery of emergency medical supplies, equipment and
ResC1b 1.4.1
              blood products
ResC1b 1.4.2 Develop medical mutual aid agreements for medical facilities and equipment
ResC1b 1.4.3 Identify and plan for alternate emergency care sites/over-flow emergency medical care facilities
ResC1b 1.4.4 Establish mutual aid agreements among hospitals and other health care facilities
              Build a medical surge system (that allows the triage, treatment and initial stabilization of 500 adult and
 ResC1b 1.5   pediatric patients per 1,000,000 people, above the current daily staffed bed capacity, with acute illness or
              trauma requiring hospitalization)

ResC1b 1.5.1    Establish a healthcare system to receive and appropriately treat incident specific causalities or illnesses.
                This system should be composed of multiple resources from State, sub-State and community resources
                Enhance statewide trauma and burn care capacity (to ensure the capability of providing trauma are to at
ResC1b 1.5.2
                least 50 severely injured adult and pediatric patients per million of population)
                Develop and maintain a description of the roles and responsibilities of public health departments,
ResC1b 1.5.3    hospitals, and other health care entities in the statewide incident management system and, where
                applicable, in regional incident management systems
ResC1b 1.5.4    Identify facilities for patient decontamination
ResC1b 1.5.5    Execute emergency contracting support for life-saving and life-sustaining services
                Develop a local regional/State regional pharmaceuticals management system that captures current
                inventory of MMRS, HRSA-hospital, CHEM-PACK caches; ensures a sufficient supply of pharmaceuticals
ResC1b 1.5.6    to provide prophylaxis for 3 days to first responders, their families, and other key incident
                response/management personnel, and the general public as determined by local authorities; and tracks
                the dispensing of pharmaceuticals during the incident
 ResC1b 1.6     Build EMS surge capacity
                Develop a plan allowing local and state education systems to be modeled after the National EMS
ResC1b 1.6.1
                Education Agenda for the Future: A Systems Approach
                Coordinate the EMS systems plan to include an education, licensure, and credentialing system consistent
ResC1b 1.6.2
                with national standards
                Enhance mutual aid plans for upgrading and deploying EMS triage and transportation for at least 500
ResC1b 1.6.3
                adult and pediatric patients per million of population
                Establish a means to allow EMS resources to be used across jurisdictions, both intrastate and interstate,
ResC1b 1.6.4
                utilizing the National Incident Management System (NIMS) (i.e., mutual aid agreements)
 ResC1b 1.7     Build communication and coordination mechanisms and programs
                Establish procedures to maintain emergency communications between public health services, hospitals,
ResC1b 1.7.1
                and blood collection agencies
                Establish redundant communication systems between hospitals and local, State and Federal authorities
ResC1b 1.7.2
                and EOCs

ResC1b 1.7.3
                Maintain a system for 24/7 notification or activation of the public health emergency response system
                Ensure effective, reliable interoperable communications between providers, medical command, public
ResC1b 1.7.4
                health, and healthcare facilities
ResC1b 1.7.5     Establish and maintain intrastate and interstate medical communications systems
                 Provide communication capabilities consistent with local, state, and federal requirements and mutual aid
ResC1b 1.7.6
                 agreements
                 Develop plans and procedures for activating and implementing surge capacity during day-to-day
 ResC1b 1.8
                 operations as well as a catastrophic incident

ResC1b 1.8.1
                 Coordinate and integrate procedures/protocols for dealing with multi-jurisdictional catastrophic incident
                 Develop plans and mechanisms to reimburse expenses for both public and private sectors following a
ResC1b 1.8.2
                 declared catastrophic incident
 ResC1b 1.9      Develop protocols and procedures for medical treatment, patient handling, and responder safety
                 Integrate local, State, sub-State, and interstate mental health and substance abuse professionals or
ResC1b 1.9.1
                 paraprofessionls in response planning, exercise, and drills
                 Develop policies for the modification of health and medical service requirements in response to an
ResC1b 1.9.2
                 emergency creating high patient demand
                 Develop triage and treatment policy and guidelines with attention to special populations and behavioral
ResC1b 1.9.3
                 health needs
                 Establish procedures and guidelines for providing essential nursing care and allowing for the degradation
ResC1b 1.9.4
                 of care as necessary
ResC1b 1.9.5     Review and revise clinical management guidelines
                 Develop strict guidelines for health professionals to perform outside their normal area of specialization
ResC1b 1.9.6
                 during an emergency
 ResC1b 1.9.7    Develop criteria and procedures for patient decontamination
ResC1b 1.9.7.1 Develop plans for patient decontamination
               Coordinate with WMD/Hazmat to develop plans for managing/decontaminating self-presenting
ResC1b 1.9.7.2
               contaminated victims off-site
 ResC1b 1.9.8 Develop criteria, policies and procedures for providing patient isolation
 ResC1b 1.10 Develop plans and procedures to protect and health and safety of medical staff
               Develop plans to ensure the safety and health of hospital based first receivers including appropriate and
ResC1b 1.10.1
               adequate personal protective equipment, training and medical surveillance
               Maintain situational awareness and assessment tools for all mental health, behavioral health, substance
ResC1b 1.10.2
               abuse, public health and medical threats and emergencies
               Ensure that comprehensive stress management strategies and programs are in place and available to all
ResC1b 1.10.3
               emergency responders, support personnel, and healthcare professional
               Develop protocols and procedures for other logistical support, medical command and coordination,
 ResC1b 1.11
               communications, and tracking of patients
               Develop protocols and procedures for tracking response staff and equipment during day-to-day operations
ResC1b 1.11.1
               as well as catastrophic incidents
ResC1b 1.11.2 Create plans and systems for patient movement and tracking
ResC1b 1.11.3 Develop electronic medical records for recording treatment provided and patient self-reporting
               Ensure emergency system patient transport and tracking systems are interoperable with national and
ResC1b 1.11.5
               Department of Defense systems
               Develop patient reduction, evacuation and relocation procedures (i.e., hospitals, nursing homes, youth
 ResC1b 1.12
               and adult medical care facilities)
 ResC1b 1.13 Develop mortuary plan for mass fatalities
               Maintain a description of capabilities and procedures for alert, assembly and deployment of State
ResC1b 1.13.1
               mortuary assistance assets
               Develop healthcare system evacuation plans to include receiving facilities and transportation assets that
 ResC1b 1.14
               are coordinated on a regional basis
ResC1b 1.14.1 Identify adequate evacuation transportation assets and receiving facilities with adequate facilities

ResC1b 1.14.2 Ensure facility based evacuation plans include identification of receiving facilities and transportation
              assets. Transportation assets should be coordinated and planned out with response partners
 ResC1b 1.15 Develop plans to support operations of surge medical facilities
ResC1b 1.15.1 Develop plan to restrict access and secure healthcare and surge facilities
ResC1b 1.15.2   Ensure the use of emergency power generation services at medical facilities
ResC1b 1.15.3   Develop plans to mitigate identified hazards to medical treatment facilities
 ResC1b 1.16    Develop plans and procedures for blood and organ donations
ResC1b 1.16.1   Maintain information on blood products and supplies

ResC1b 1.16.2
                Develop plans, policies and procedures to provide blood products, and manage surges in blood donations
  ResC1b 2      Develop and implement training and exercise programs for medical surge
 ResC1b 2.1     Develop and conduct training programs related to surge medical care
                Develop and conduct competency-based education and training programs for adult and pediatric pre-
ResC1b 2.1.1
                hospital, hospital, and outpatient health care personnel
ResC1b 2.1.2    Develop program to train medical and non-medical personnel
ResC1b 2.1.3    Develop program to train health professions students
ResC1b 2.1.4    Organize and train crisis counseling teams
                Develop just in time training programs for health care workers for unfamiliar critical job functions, and PPE
ResC1b 2.1.5
                for specific threats
ResC1b 2.1.6    Train designated hospital personnel in NIMS, NRP and ICS (HEICS)
ResC1b 2.1.7    Train designated hospital personnel in recognition and treatment of CBRNE
 ResC1b 2.2     Evaluate medical emergency management plans and training through exercises
                Evaluate emergency management plans through training and multiple methods including drills and
ResC1b 2.2.1
                exercises at tribal, local, State and national levels
                Exercise all plans on an annual basis to demonstrate proficiency in responding to bioterrorism, other
ResC1b 2.2.2
                infectious disease outbreaks, and other public health threats and emergencies.
                Develop and/or implement training, preparedness and exercise programs based on local risk vulnerability
ResC1b 2.2.3
                assessment and lessons learned
ResC1b 2.2.4    Exercise healthcare system, in compliance with appropriate national, state, and local guidance
ResC1b 2.2.5    Exercise medical surge plans
  ResC1b 3      Direct and coordinate medical surge operations
 ResC1b 3.1     Support identification, activation, and provision of surge personnel, facilities, and equipment
 ResC1b 3.2     Conduct situation assessment and develop site-specific plans for providing Medical Care
                Coordinate with State, Tribal, and local medical, mental health, substance abuse, public health officials
ResC1b 3.2.1
                and private-sector to determine current assistance requirements
ResC1b 3.2.2    Assess the situation and forecast response needs for victims and response/recovery workers
ResC1b 3.2.3    Establish a site specific safety and health plan for stabilization, rescue and recovery operations
ResC1b 3.2.4    Provide ongoing situational assessment in pre-identified functional areas
 ResC1b 3.3     Identify potential sources of support
                Identify agencies, organizations, and individuals capable of providing support services or assistance
ResC1b 3.3.1
                including hospital and medical associations
                Identify and coordinate deployment of doctors, nurses, technicians and other medical personnel to
ResC1b 3.3.2
                disaster areas
                Direct and coordinate international support for public health and medical services in response to State and
ResC1b 3.3.3
                local requests and needs
ResC1b 3.3.4    Estimate workers and volunteers for treatment facilities and vaccination clinics
 ResC1b 3.4     Support identification and activation of medical facilities and supplies
ResC1b 3.4.1    Execute medical surge mutual aid agreements
                Establish alternate emergency care sites and overflow emergency medical care facilities to manage
ResC1b 3.4.2
                hospital surge capacity
                Conduct building safety inspections of damaged medical facilities to determine if facility can remain open
ResC1b 3.4.3
                or must move operations to another predetermined and undamaged site
                Coordinate with local emergency management and law enforcement to ensure security is provided for
ResC1b 3.4.4
                medical facilities
 ResC1b 3.4.5   Implement emergency credentialing and privileging procedures
 ResC1b 3.4.6   Coordinate for provision of blood products
ResC1b 3.4.6.1 Assess blood products and supplies resource needs
ResC1b 3.4.6.2 Provide accurate victim figures to blood collection agencies for the provision of blood product
               Establish public safety access points that have enhanced capabilities (i.e., automatic location
 ResC1b 3.4.7
               identification), redundancy, and are capable of handling a surge in call volume
  ResC1b 3.5   Provide situation assessment and risk analysis support for Medical Care
               Provide all-hazards consultation, technical assistance and support including site monitoring and field
 ResC1b 3.5.1
               investigations
               Provide assistance in monitoring and performing risk assessment and risk management related to medical
 ResC1b 3.5.2
               worker health and safety issues

ResC1b 3.5.3
               Ensure coordination of assets assigned to perform medical worker safety and health risk assessment
 ResC1b 3.5.4 Disseminate guidance for the isolation of infectious individuals and establish triage protocols
 ResC1b 3.5.5 Provide support and coordination for laboratory analysis
ResC1b 3.5.5.1 Provide support for collection and evaluation of epidemiological health data related to an event
               Provide relevant laboratory support for identification of biological, chemical, radiological and nuclear
ResC1b 3.5.5.2 agents in clinical (human and animal), environmental and food specimens, including maintaining a chain
               of evidence
ResC1b 3.5.5.3 Develop mechanisms for data collection, analysis, and evaluation
ResC1b 3.5.5.4 Support assessment of threat of vector-borne diseases and related environmental health issues
ResC1b 3.5.5.5 Coordinate with the agriculture community regarding animal influence
 ResC1b 3.5.6 Conduct laboratory assessment
               Implement protocols/guidelines for processing of samples from collection to delivery to the appropriate
ResC1b 3.5.6.1
               laboratory
               Coordinate/implement procedures to properly collect, package, store and transport biological/chemical
ResC1b 3.5.6.2
               samples to national laboratories
  ResC1b 3.6   Provide coordination and support through the NIMS for providing medical care
 ResC1b 3.6.1 Dispatch and support medical care personnel
 ResC1b 3.6.2 Provide assistance for delivering health care to victims
 ResC1b 3.6.3 Support patient transportation, movement, and tracking
               Provide support for patient movement and evacuation, and regulate and track these patients, to
ResC1b 3.6.3.1
               appropriate facilities
ResC1b 3.6.3.2 Coordinate requests for medical transportation
ResC1b 3.6.3.3 Establish a health/disease registry of victims and/or responders at risk
ResC1b 3.6.3.4 Assist in providing victim identification
 ResC1b 3.6.4 Support provision of public health, medical and mental health services
ResC1b 3.6.4.1
               Coordinate public health and medical services for those individuals who have been isolated or quarantined
 ResC1b 3.6.5 Support medical care in shelters as needed
ResC1b 3.6.5.1 Coordinate special needs sheltering requirements for those needing medical care
ResC1b 3.6.5.2 Support special needs patients
ResC1b 3.6.5.3 Customize, when necessary, all public health and medical service for special needs populations
               Ensure the timely provision of equipment and materials to shelters and mass care and medical facilities
 ResC1b 3.6.6 (Note: This task needs to treat provision of personnel as a separate task because personnel and supplies
               are handled separately)
               Provide physical security, security personnel and credentialing to adequately safeguard the medical
ResC1b 3.6.6.1 material assets at storage locations whether maintained by federal, state, local, or private/commercial
               entities
               Provide physical security, security personnel and credentialing to adequately safeguard the medical
ResC1b 3.6.6.2
               material assets while in transit with federal, state, local, or private/commercial entities
  ResC1b 3.7   Provide communication support for medical surge operations
 ResC1b 3.7.1 Implement incident response communications within the healthcare system
               Provide consistent, accurate, and relevant public health and medical information to clinicians, other
 ResC1b 3.7.2
               responders and the public in a timely manner
               Coordinate with Emergency Public Information to disseminate public health and safety information to the
ResC1b 3.7.3
               public to improve provision of home healthcare
               Provide liaison and communications support to tribal and local governments to facilitate direct
ResC1b 3.7.4
               communications and to establish and maintain effective coordination within the impacted area
 ResC1b 3.8    Coordinate and support responder care
ResC1b 3.8.1   Assist in providing mortuary services, and the processing, preparation, and disposition of remains
               Assist in planning and delivering health care to injured or abandoned animals and performing preventive
ResC1b 3.8.2
               medicine activities
  ResC1b 4     Activate medical surge operations
 ResC1b 4.1    Activate the health care incident command system
ResC1b 4.1.1   Activate emergency management compacts for medical care
ResC1b 4.1.2   Request activation of national medical disaster management system
               Support establishment of Incident Command by providing a Treatment Officer, Transport Officer, EMS
ResC1b 4.2
               Communications Officer, and On-scene Medical Command
               Conduct operations of continuity, such as activation of response teams as needed, and coordination of
ResC1b 4.2.1   identification and delivery of medical equipment and supplies in response to State and local requests and
               needs

ResC1b 4.3
               Alert and identify appropriate regional, State, tribal and local level partner organizations and liaisons
 ResC1b 4.4    Consider the implementation of altered standards of care
ResC1b 4.4.1   Activate procedures for altered nursing and medical care standards
 ResC1b 4.5    Initiate patient tracking system
ResC1b 4.5.1   Monitor bed census and activate management procedures
               Activate medical surge plans, procedures, and protocols to ensure medical treatment for populations
ResC1b 4.6
               requiring specialized assistance
 ResC1b 5      Implement Surge Patient Transfer Procedures
ResC1b 5.1     Move stable patients to free up trauma beds
               Activate alternative care sites and overflow emergency medical care facilities to manage hospital surge
ResC1b 5.2
               capacity
               Provide knowledge or visibility of available destination medical care facilities/services and tracking for
ResC1b 5.3     mass movement of patients, ensuring patients are matched with transportation and destinations that
               provide appropriate levels of medical care
 ResC1b 5.4    Track patient status and location
  ResC1b 6     Implement Surge Staffing Procedures
 ResC1b 6.1    Activate health care workers' and volunteers' call systems
 ResC1b 6.2    Mobilize surge staff
ResC1b 6.2.1   Mobilize incident specific medical treatment personnel for pediatrics and adults
ResC1b 6.2.2   Mobilize non-medical support personnel
 ResC1b 6.3    Assess initial and ongoing need for medical specialists and augment as needed
ResC1b 6.3.1   Support medical surge capability using volunteer resources
               Coordinate response staffing with MRC, MMRS, Federal and interstate resources, and NGOs and faith-
ResC1b 6.3.2
               based groups
ResC1b 6.3.3   Allocate licensed medical volunteers
 ResC1b 6.4    Coordinate staff transportation and staging through the state and local EOC
 ResC1b 6.5    Provide just-in-time training for staff performing non-standard duties
  ResC1b 7     Receive and Treat Surge Casualties
 ResC1b 7.1    Implement Plans and Procedures for Providing Medical Care
ResC1b 7.1.1   Provide emergency medical and dental care
ResC1b 7.1.2   Provide medical treatment appropriate to nature of incident and number of injured/ill

ResC1b 7.1.3
               Provide short-term mental health and substance abuse behavioral health services to the community
 ResC1b 7.2    Provide medical support, safety considerations, and appropriate PPE for responders
ResC1b 7.2.1   Monitor responders for environmental stress
 ResC1b 7.2.2   Provide mental health services for responders
                Implement comprehensive stress management strategies and programs for all emergency responders and
 ResC1b 7.2.3
                workers
  ResC1b 7.3    Organize and distribute medical resources
                Ensure adequacy of medical equipment and supplies in support of immediate medical response
 ResC1b 7.3.1
                operations and for restocking supplies/equipment requested
 ResC1b 7.3.2   Assess need for additional medical resources/mutual aid
 ResC1b 7.3.3   Coordinate and integrate with local, Federal and State ESF 8
 ResC1b 7.3.4   Provide blood products
  ResC1b 7.4    Ensure post-event medical monitoring and care
   ResC1b 8     Demobilize medical surge operations
  ResC1b 8.1    Transition from medical surge to normal operations
  ResC1b 8.2    Implement plan for reconstitution of healthcare system capabilities
  ResC1b 8.3    Conduct after-action reviews of medical surge operations and prepare report
  ResC1b 8.4    Use ICS to notify healthcare personnel and agencies that medical surge is over



Response C1c Medical Supplies Management and Distribution
                Develop plans, procedures, policies, and systems for medical supplies management and
  ResC1c 1
                distribution
  ResC1c 1.1    Create plans and systems for transport and tracking of medical supplies and equipment
                Develop plans for establishing staging areas for internal and external medical response personnel,
  ResC1c 1.2
                equipment, and supplies
                Develop transportation plans for establishment of staging areas for medical personnel, equipment and
 ResC1c 1.2.1
                supplies
                Develop protocols/guidelines for processing of samples from collection to delivery to the appropriate
 ResC1c 1.2.2
                laboratory
                Develop and implement training and exercise programs for medical supplies management and
  ResC1c 2
                distribution
  ResC1c 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for medical supplies management and distribution
                Support training on various types and models of equipment likely to be used in an emergency situation
 ResC1c 2.1.1
                through government grants and industry-sponsored workshops
  ResC1c 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for medical supplies management and distribution
   ResC1c 3     Direct and coordinate medical supplies management and distribution
                Provide medical supply management and distribution support to incident response operations according to
  ResC1c 3.1
                Incident Management Team (IMT) assignments in the incident action plan (IAP)
  ResC1c 3.2    Provide logistics support for medical supplies management and distribution
 ResC1c 3.2.1   Request Strategic National Stockpile assets from Centers for Disease Control
                Determine the availability of and provide medical supplies stocked in distribution facilities, national
 ResC1c 3.2.2
                stockpiles, and customer supply centers
                Coordinate and obtain external resources for sustained operations of medical supplies management and
 ResC1c 3.2.3
                distribution
 ResC1c 3.2.4   Coordinate acquisition of private source medical supplies
                Coordinate with medical surge operations and the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) Task
 ResC1c 3.2.5
                Force to identify supply levels at the supporting medical facilities for the incident
 ResC1c 3.2.6   Monitor stockpiles levels of medical supplies maintained by private sources

 ResC1c 3.2.7
                Ensure the timely provision of medical supplies to shelters and mass care and medical facilities.
 ResC1c 3.2.8   Provide personnel for shelters and mass care and medical facilities
  ResC1c 3.3    Monitor supply usage by health facilities, mass prophylaxis sites, and other critical care venues
 ResC1c 3.3.1   Process and manage requests for additional medical supply personnel or equipment
  ResC1c 3.4    Maintain communications with transportation vendors during distribution of medical supplies
  ResC1c 3.5    Provide for financial management and reimbursement of medical supplies
 ResC1c 3.5.1    Coordinate with CDC for return of unused federal assets
   ResC1c 4      Activate medical supplies management and distribution
  ResC1c 4.1     Establish medical supplies warehouse management structure
  ResC1c 4.2     Activate warehousing operations for receipt of medical assets
  ResC1c 4.3     Identify needed transportation assets for medical supplies
  ResC1c 4.4     Identify Technical Advisory Response Unit (TARU) team resource needs
                 Provide and coordinate the use of emergency power generation services at medical supply warehouse
  ResC1c 4.5
                 locations
 ResC1c 5.2.1    Ensure security meets medical supplies at point of entry into State
 ResC1c 5.2.2    Establish security checkpoints in vicinity of medical supplies warehouse and at staging areas
 ResC1c 5.3.1    Execute plan for credentialing medical supplies personnel
 ResC1c 5.3.2    Identify areas requiring increased security within the medical supplies warehouse
  ResC1c 6       Repackage and distribute medical assets
                 Provide medical equipment and supplies in support of immediate medical response operations and for
  ResC1c 6.1
                 restocking supplies/equipment requested
                 Assemble medical supplies warehouse teams (receiving, order management, picking, packaging, quality
  ResC1c 6.2
                 control, and shipping)
  ResC1c 6.3     Inventory medical supplies warehouse resource levels
  ResC1c 6.4     Provide quality control/quality assurance for requested medical assets prior to shipping
  ResC1c 6.5     Track re-supply requests for medical supplies
   ResC1c 7      Recover Medical Resources
  ResC1c 7.1     Ensure recovery of unused (unopened) pharmaceuticals from mass prophylaxis sites
  ResC1c 7.2     Provide unused but open medical resources to appropriate medical facility
   ResC1c 8      Demobilize medical supply and distribution operations
  ResC1c 8.1     Execute plan to reduce medical supplies warehouse operations as distribution needs ease
  ResC1c 8.2     Dispose of waste materials generated by medical supplies warehousing operations
  ResC1c 8.3     Demobilize medical supply and distribution personnel and equipment



Response C2a Mass Prophylaxis
  ResC2a 1       Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for distribution of prophylaxis
                 Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to implement national pharmaceutical stockpile distribution
  ResC2a 1
                 operations
 ResC2a 1.1.1    Develop list of currently trained and immunized potential vaccinators
                 Direct the establishment of a local, regional, or national distribution system for mass therapeutics and
 ResC2a 1.1.2
                 vaccination program

 ResC2a 1.1.3  Establish regional plans that ensure a sufficient supply of pharmaceuticals to provide prophylaxis for 3
               days to hospitals personnel, emergency first responders and their families and the general public
  ResC2a 1.2   Establish protocols for prophylaxis use and distribution
               Develop or enhance scalable plans that support local, statewide, and regional response to incidents of
 ResC2a 1.2.1 bioterrorism, catastrophic infectious disease, such as pandemic influenza, other infectious disease
               outbreaks and other public health threats and emergencies
 ResC2a 1.2.2 Review and revise guidelines and protocols for vaccinations
ResC2a 1.2.2.1 Establish guidelines and protocols for treating minors
 ResC2a 1.2.3 Develop emergency immunization procedures
 ResC2a 1.2.4 Develop and disseminate policies for the safe administration of medications
               Develop procedures for immediate dissemination of information regarding impact of administered
 ResC2a 1.2.5
               prophylaxis on blood donations
  ResC2a 1.3   Create plans and systems for mass prophylaxis patient movement and tracking
   ResC2a 2    Develop and implement training and exercise programs for distribution of prophylaxis
  ResC2a 2.1   Develop and implement training programs for distribution of prophylaxis
  ResC2a 2.2   Develop and implement exercise programs for distribution of prophylaxis
 ResC2a 3      Direct and coordinate distribution of prophylaxis
               Provide coordination and support for implementation of a local, regional, or national distribution system for
ResC2a 3.1
               mass therapeutics and vaccination program
ResC2a 3.1.1   Coordinate distribution of stockpile assets
 ResC2a 3.2    Coordinate dispensing/administration of mass therapeutics
               Coordinate the utilization and deployment of the national nurse response teams and national pharmacist
ResC2a 3.2.1
               response teams
               Identify and control access/egress transportation routes needed to accommodate mass prophylaxis
ResC2a 3.2.2
               campaigns
ResC2a 3.2.3   Coordinate with Environmental Health to obtain support for prophylaxis distribution
 ResC2a 3.3    Coordinate provisions of adequate resources for prophylaxis distribution

ResC2a 3.3.1
               Coordinate with the medical stockpile warehouse to resupply Points of Dispensing (PODs) as needed
               Coordinate with Strategic National Stockpile to assure adequate supplies of cytokines/ bone marrow
ResC2a 3.3.2   stimulants and broad-spectrum antibiotics and antifungal medications for prophylaxis and treatment of
               hematologic stage of acute radiation sickness
ResC2a 3.3.3   Conduct inventory management of medicines, medical supplies, and equipment for prophylaxis
               Coordinate with law enforcement to provide security to protect medicines, supplies, and public health
ResC2a 3.3.4
               personnel
 ResC2a 3.4    Coordinate public information releases regarding mass prophylaxis operations
  ResC2a 4     Activate distribution of prophylaxis operations
 ResC2a 4.1    Initiate request for access to strategic national stockpile
 ResC2a 4.2    Coordinate activation of prophylaxis distribution system
ResC2a 4.2.1   Coordinate personnel available to provide prophylaxis and determine a schedule for personnel
ResC2a 4.2.1   Initiate call down lists for mass prophylaxis site staffing
 ResC2a 4.3    Determine prophylaxis treatment selection plans/MOUs for points of distribution
               Ensure mass prophylaxis site operations are established in accordance with memoranda or
ResC2a 4.3.1
               agreement/understanding
ResC2a 4.3.2   Provide internal and external security for mass prophylaxis site
 ResC2a 4.4    Implement local, regional and State plans for distributing and dispensing prophylaxis
               Have or have access to information systems that support tracking mass prophylaxis allocation that comply
ResC2a 4.4.1
               with the PHIN functional requirements for Countermeasure and Response Administration
  ResC2a 5     Establish Points of Dispensing
 ResC2a 5.1    Establish mass prophylaxis distribution system
ResC2a 5.1.1   Identify hospitals, distribution nodes, and point of distribution (POD)
ResC2a 5.1.2   Provide a network of dispensing sites and vaccination sites for dispensing to the public
               Implement plan for transportation for movement of people and medical material for mass prophylaxis
ResC2a 5.1.3
               distribution
ResC2a 5.1.4   Ensure adequate staffing levels for anticipated mass prophylaxis throughput
 ResC2a 5.2    Make arrangements for treatment of prophylaxis POD site staff and their families
 ResC2a 5.3    Make arrangements for treatment for prophylaxis POD response personnel

ResC2a 5.4
               Ensure security is present when pharmaceuticals and other assets are delivered to mass prophylaxis sites
 ResC2a 6      Conduct triage for symptoms
ResC2a 6.1     Triage individuals for need for prophylaxis

ResC2a 6.1.1   In the event of a communicable disease, ensure initial medical screening/triage is performed either at
               staging area or in separate area away from mass prophylaxis site to prevent contamination of site
ResC2a 6.1.2   Establish number of triage stations commensurate with the anticipated size of the throughput
 ResC2a 6.2    Prioritize therapeutic and/or vaccination efforts

ResC2a 6.2.1
               Transport symptomatic individuals to appropriate health facility prior to their entering mass prophylaxis site
 ResC2a 7      Conduct medical screening
  ResC2a 7.1    Ensure proper documentation is created for each individual seeking prophylactic treatment
  ResC2a 7.2    Identify appropriate treatment based on medical history and exposure

  ResC2a 7.3
                Ensure sufficient staffing at mass prophylaxis distribution screening station to prevent initial bottlenecks
   ResC2a 8     Conduct mass dispensing
  ResC2a 8.1    Manage dispensing operations
  ResC2a 8.2    Provide Prophylaxis
                Provide prophylaxis to public health and health care workers and other personnel mobilized to conduct
 ResC2a 8.2.1
                mass prophylaxis campaigns
 ResC2a 8.2.2   Provide prophylaxis for other health care providers and responders
                Provide antibiotic prophylaxis and/or immunizations to all responders and their families, including
 ResC2a 8.2.3
                nongovernmental personnel supporting relief efforts, as medically indicated
 ResC2a 8.2.4   Provide prophylaxis for worker family members
 ResC2a 8.2.5   Provide prophylaxis to general public
 ResC2a 8.2.6   Implement plan to treat minors
                Maintain a system for inventory management to ensure availability of critical prophylaxis medicines and
  ResC2a 8.3
                medical supplies

 ResC2a 8.3.1
                Submit re-supply orders early enough to prevent running out of pharmaceuticals and other supplies
 ResC2a 8.3.2   Ensure adequate supply of ancillary medical supplies
 ResC2a 8.3.3   Distribute pre-printed drug information sheets
   ResC2a 9     Monitor adverse events
  ResC2a 9.1    Track outcomes and adverse events following mass distribution of prophylaxis
                Access information systems that support monitoring of adverse reactions that comply with the PHIN
 ResC2a 9.1.1
                functional requirements for Countermeasure and Response Administration
 ResC2a 9.2     Provide prophylaxis follow-up to monitor for effectiveness or adverse response
 ResC2a 9.3     Provide alternate medication as ordered by clinician
  ResC2a 10     Demobilize mass prophylaxis operations
 ResC2a 10.1    Debrief mass prophylaxis personnel
 ResC2a 10.2    Reconstitute mass prophylaxis personnel and supplies
 ResC2a 10.3    Provide a staff debriefing on mass prophylaxis operations

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.

Response C3a Mass Care (Sheltering, Feeding, and Related Services)
   ResC3a 1     Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for Providing Mass Care
  ResC3a 1.1    Develop plans, policies, and procedures for activation and mobilization of mass care staff
  ResC3a 1.2    Identify structures to serve as mass housing, shelters and care facilities
                Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to identify all available emergency shelters/housing locations
 ResC3a 1.2.1
                within and outside local boundaries
                Develop plans, procedures and protocols for pre-identification of sufficient and suitable facilities for
 ResC3a 1.2.2   evacuation and post-impact shelters (to include non-traditional shelter facilities such as camps, hotels,
                apartment leasing, etc)
                Develop shelter contingency plans that allow for shelter self-sufficiency for a minimum 48 hours without re-
 ResC3a 1.2.3
                supply
                Develop shelter contingency plans that allow for shelter relocation when shelter is no longer habitable due
 ResC3a 1.2.4
                to changing incident conditions (eg, structural damage, contamination, etc)
 ResC3a 1.2.5   Develop a geo-coded database of all pre-designated mass care operations
 ResC3a 1.2.6   Update geo-coded database of all mass care operations
 ResC3a 1.2.7   Enter pre-identified shelter facilities into the National Shelter Database (NSD)
                Develop plans, policies, and procedures for the provision of mass care services to general populations
  ResC3a 1.3
                and companion animals in coordination with all responsible agencies
                 Develop plans, policies, and procedures to address common issues (e.g. cultural, language, ADA
ResC3a 1.3.1
                 accessibility, etc.) as part of the mass care service delivery
                 Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for coordination of mass care services with agencies providing
ResC3a 1.3.2     human services and housing, (e.g., welfare inquiry, transitional/interim housing services, other
                 individual/family assistance programs), companion animal inquiry, and family reunification
                 Develop plans, policies, and procedures for coordination of mass care services with supporting agencies
ResC3a 1.3.3     (e.g., conducting decontamination, citizen evacuation/shelter-in-place, volunteer management and
                 donations, environmental health, and public safety and security)
                 Develop processes and criteria for conducting an assessment (cultural, dietary, medical) of the general
                 population registering at the shelter to determine suitability for the shelter, identify issues to be addressed
ResC3a 1.3.4
                 within the shelter, and the transference of individuals and caregivers/family members, to medical needs
                 shelters if appropriate

ResC3a 1.3.5
                 Develop plans, policies, and procedures to coordinate delivery of mass care services to medical shelters
                 Coordinate with environmental health to develop Mass Care Guidelines that include safety/
ResC3a 1.3.6
                 food/air/water/wastewater sanitation requirements
                 Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to ensure individual/gross decontamination of persons and pets
ResC3a 1.3.7     prior to admittance to shelters and other mass care facilities, medical and alternate care facilities,
                 reception centers, and animal shelters
                 Develop shelter contingency plans that allow for shelter relocation when shelter is no longer habitable due
ResC3a 1.3.8
                 to changing incident conditions (e.g., structural damage, contamination, etc)
 ResC3a 1.4      Develop plans and agreements for identifying and providing critical resources for mass care
ResC3a 1.4.1     Develop MOUs/MOAs for critical mass care resources/services, including shelter agreements
                 Identify all groups and Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) involved in mass feeding and food
ResC3a 1.4.2
                 preparation
                 Identify sources and pre-arrange for delivery of toilets, porta-potties, and hand washing facilities
ResC3a 1.4.3
                 necessary to meet Mass Care Guidelines
                 Establish a daily counting and reporting system for sheltering, feeding, and bulk distribution services
ResC3a 1.4.4
                 delivered
 ResC3a 1.5      Develop public education materials concerning mass care services
 ResC3a 1.6      Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for providing mass care for animals
ResC3a 1.6.1     Develop criteria and guidance materials for sheltering companion animals
ResC3a 1.6.2     Establish plans and systems to address livestock feed and water supplies

ResC3a 1.6.2.1
                 Develop, establish and maintain a livestock feed firm registration database

ResC3a 1.6.2.2
                 Develop, establish and maintain an inventory system of all firms regulated by the FDA for animal feed
                 Develop plans, procedures, and protocols with appropriate partners for managing family reunification
 ResC3a 1.7
                 issues
                 Develop interim housing strategy plans, policies and procedures to include transportation of persons out
 ResC3a 1.8
                 of shelters
  ResC3a 2       Develop and conduct training and exercise programs for Providing Mass Care
 ResC3a 2.1      Develop and implement training programs for providing mass care
                 Develop and implement training programs for mass care personnel to include sheltering, feeding and bulk
ResC3a 2.1.1
                 distribution for general population
                 Develop and implement training programs for mass care personnel for the provision of mass care services
ResC3a 2.1.2
                 (feeding/bulk distribution) at medical shelters
                 Develop and implement training programs for mass care personnel for delivery of mass care companion
ResC3a 2.1.3
                 animal services
ResC3a 2.1.4     Recruit and train personnel to provide mass care services

ResC3a 2.1.4.1
                 Identify qualifications of appropriate personnel to provide mass care services
 ResC3a 2.2      Develop and implement exercise programs for providing mass care
                 Develop and implement exercise programs for mass care personnel to include sheltering, feeding and
ResC3a 2.2.1
                 bulk distribution for general population
                 Develop and implement exercise programs for mass care personnel for the provision of mass care
ResC3a 2.2.2
                 services (feeding/bulk distribution) at medical shelters
                 Develop and implement exercise programs for mass care personnel for delivery of mass care companion
ResC3a 2.2.3
                 animal services
   ResC3a 3      Direct and coordinate mass care operations
  ResC3a 3.1     Conduct initial and ongoing mass care needs assessment (sheltering, feeding, bulk distribution)
 ResC3a 3.1.1    Assess the situation and forecast response needs for victims
ResC3a 3.1.1.1   Monitor population levels, demographics, and location of affected populations
 ResC3a 3.1.2    Assess need for emergency feeding and sheltering activities
ResC3a 3.1.2.1   Coordinate anticipated need for mass care services with agencies responsible for evacuation
ResC3a 3.1.2.2   Estimate numbers requiring shelter services
ResC3a 3.1.2.3   Estimate numbers requiring mass feeding services
ResC3a 3.1.2.4   Estimate numbers requiring bulk distribution of relief items
ResC3a 3.1.2.5   Assess need for additional services based on affected population
                 Assess need and implement interim housing plans to include a system to track relocated persons who are
ResC3a 3.1.2.6
                 in housing situations
 ResC3a 3.2      Develop mass care inputs to the incident action plan
                 Designate sites to serve as mass care facilities to include shelters, feeding sites, reception centers, food
 ResC3a 3.3
                 preparation sites, distribution points, etc
 ResC3a 3.4      Coordinate mass care services for general population with appropriate agencies
ResC3a 3.4.1     Supervise and support day-to-day mass care operations

ResC3a 3.4.2
                 Coordinate with appropriate agencies on common population issues (eg disability, language, culture, etc)
                 Coordinate environmental health assessment of mass care operations with agencies responsible for
ResC3a 3.4.3
                 environmental health
ResC3a 3.4.4     Coordinate voluntary agency activities in support of immediate personal needs
                 Coordinate with local emergency management and law enforcement to ensure security is provided for
ResC3a 3.4.5
                 shelters, mass care and medical facilities
                 Provide preventative health information to mass housing residents (hydration, insect repellent, hand-
ResC3a 3.4.6
                 washing, etc.)
                 Coordinate mass care services for the medical shelter population, including family members/care givers,
 ResC3a 3.5
                 with appropriate agencies
ResC3a 3.5.1     Provide shelter guidance to agencies responsible for the care of special needs populations
 ResC3a 3.6      Coordinate mass care services for companion animals and owners with appropriate agencies
                 Coordinate assistance for delivering health care to injured or abandoned pets and performing preventive
ResC3a 3.6.1
                 medicine activities
 ResC3a 3.7      Coordinate logistics operations in support of mass care services
ResC3a 3.7.1     Acquire and provide resources necessary to support mass care services
ResC3a 3.7.2     Acquire and provide resources necessary to support special needs populations
ResC3a 3.7.3     Acquire and provide resources necessary to support pet care operations
                 Implement the daily counting and reporting system for sheltering, feeding, and bulk distribution services
ResC3a 3.7.4
                 delivered
ResC3a 3.7.5     Activate contingency plans for shelter surge capacity, as needed
ResC3a 3.7.6     Activate vendor agreements/MOUs/MOAs in support of mass care activities as needed
 ResC3a 3.8      Provide appropriate communication systems for mass care personnel
                 Disseminate accurate, timely, and accessible information to the public, media, support agencies, and
ResC3a 3.8.1
                 vendors about mass care service
ResC3a 3.8.2     Disseminate notification of cessation of mass care operations
  ResC3a 4       Activate Mass Care
 ResC3a 4.1      Activate emergency shelters
                 Conduct building inspections in advance to determine the stability of structures identified as mass
ResC3a 4.1.1
                 housing, shelter, and care facilities
  ResC3a 4.2   Notify trained mass care staff
               Assemble mass care management teams for each identified mass care site (eg shelter, feeding, bulk
 ResC3a 4.2.1
               distribution)
  ResC3a 4.3   Mobilize needed mass care resources
  ResC3a 4.4   Mobilize veterinary and animal shelter services
 ResC3a 4.4.1 Assemble mass care management teams for each identified companion animal site
   ResC3a 5    Establish Shelter Operations
  ResC3a 5.1   Determine whether areas are deemed safe for mass care service delivery
               Conduct building/facility inspection of identified shelter facilities to determine structural integrity, capability,
 ResC3a 5.1.1
               and suitability (including food/sanitation capability, and ADA accessibility)
  ResC3a 5.2   Set-up shelter for operations
 ResC3a 5.2.1 Staff shelter with appropriately trained personnel
 ResC3a 5.2.2 Establish self-sufficiency (water/food/staffing) of shelter for minimum of 48 hours
 ResC3a 5.2.3 Ensure adequate communication systems are available for shelter staff
  ResC3a 5.3   Conduct regular communications with mass care tactical operations
               Coordinate provision of shelter support services with appropriate agencies (e.g., food service, medical,
  ResC3a 5.4
               security, etc.)
               Provide technical assistance and coordinate resource requests for interim housing to include
 ResC3a 5.4.1
               transportation plan for movement of persons out of shelters
               Coordinate with appropriate agency to conduct an environmental health assessment for mass care
  ResC3a 5.5
               operations
   ResC3a 6    Shelter General Population
  ResC3a 6.1   Conduct shelter registration for general population
               Conduct initial assessment (cultural, dietary, medical) of general population registering at shelter to
 ResC3a 6.1.1
               ensure appropriate shelter services are provided
 ResC3a 6.1.2 Establish processes to address issues identified in the assessment of shelter registrants
 ResC3a 6.1.3 Transfer individuals and caregivers/family members to medical needs shelters if appropriate
  ResC3a 6.2   Conduct shelter operations
 ResC3a 6.2.1 Implement mechanisms for daily reporting of shelter population
 ResC3a 6.2.2 Coordinate with internal/external facility management structures
 ResC3a 6.2.3 Coordinate to provide medical services
 ResC3a 6.2.4 Coordinate to provide safety/security services
 ResC3a 6.2.5 Coordinate feeding services for general populations in shelters
ResC3a 6.2.5.1 Provide culturally and diet-restriction appropriate feeding services when possible
  ResC3a 6.3   Monitor shelter operation needs
 ResC3a 6.3.1 Provide regular updates on shelter needs and capacity
 ResC3a 6.3.2 Assess ongoing medical and public health needs of shelter population and refer as appropriate
  ResC3a 6.4   Request additional resources and equipment necessary to support shelter operations
  ResC3a 6.5   Activate additional shelters
  ResC3a 6.6   Activate temporary housing plan
 ResC3a 6.6.1 Transition shelter operations to interim housing
  ResC3a 6.7   Activate family reunification plans as needed
   ResC3a 7    Shelter Companion Animals
  ResC3a 7.1   Activate domestic animal care plan
 ResC3a 7.1.1 Coordinate companion animal sheltering with overall mass care
 ResC3a 7.1.2 Establish companion animal shelter
 ResC3a 7.1.3 Arrange for companion animal care/handling services
  ResC3a 7.2   Transport companion animals into shelters
               Coordinate with entities responsible for search and rescue for transference of companion animals into
 ResC3a 7.2.1
               animal shelters
               Coordinate message regarding companion animal evacuation with agencies responsible for issuing
 ResC3a 7.2.2
               evacuation orders
 ResC3a 7.2.3 Coordinate transportation of companion animals with appropriate agencies
  ResC3a 7.3     Operate companion animal care/handling facilities and shelters
 ResC3a 7.3.1    Coordinate provision of veterinary medical services with appropriate agencies
ResC3a 7.3.1.1   Provide veterinary epidemiology and entomology
 ResC3a 7.3.2    Coordinate animal shelter operations with agencies responsible for environmental health

ResC3a 7.3.3
                 Identify any special procedures necessary for the intake of companion animals (eg, decontamination)
ResC3a 7.3.4     Implement special procedures (e.g., decontamination) for companion animal intake
ResC3a 7.3.5     Implement procedures for companion animal intake/registration
                 Implement tracking system for intake and export of companion animals in compliance with local holding
ResC3a 7.3.6
                 regulations
ResC3a 7.3.7     Manage shelter facility maintenance
 ResC3a 7.4      Provide companion animal mass care resources
ResC3a 7.4.1     Provide feeding services that ensure adequate nutrition for companion animals
                 Establish guidance for staff on integrating volunteers while maintaining health and safety for staff,
ResC3a 7.4.2
                 companion animals, and volunteers
                 Coordinate acquisition of needed companion animal resources with appropriate agencies receiving
ResC3a 7.4.3
                 donations
 ResC3a 7.6      Implement livestock feed program
  ResC3a 8       Close Shelter
                 Coordinate with agencies responsible for transportation, including accessible transportation, of shelter
 ResC3a 8.1
                 population to residence or temporary/interim housing
 ResC3a 8.2      Disseminate notification to close shelter operations
 ResC3a 8.3      Conduct closing inspection and walk-through of shelters
  ResC3a 9       Establish Feeding Operations
 ResC3a 9.1      Estimate projected feeding services required
 ResC3a 9.2      Develop a strategy to meet projected feeding services required
ResC3a 9.2.1     Identify kitchens and capacities to prepare and distribute food
ResC3a 9.2.2     Identify additional mobile feeding resources necessary to meet feeding needs
ResC3a 9.2.3     Assess number of pre-packaged meals needed to augment kitchen services
 ResC3a 9.3      Establish and operate feeding facilities
                 Conduct building/facility inspection of food operation facilities to determine structural integrity, capability,
ResC3a 9.3.1
                 and suitability (including food/sanitation capability, and ADA accessibility)
ResC3a 9.3.2     Verify that kitchen facilities are in compliance with local health regulations
ResC3a 9.3.3     Staff kitchens with appropriately trained personnel
ResC3a 9.3.4     Acquire and provide foodstuffs for feeding operations
 ResC3a 9.4      Establish mobile feeding routes
 ResC3a 9.5      Implement reporting mechanism for daily meal counts
                 Coordinate with shelter managers to ensure adequate feeding is conducted at general population,
 ResC3a 9.6
                 medical, and companion animal shelters
  ResC3a 10      Prepare and distribute food
 ResC3a 10.1     Implement strategy to meet feeding needs of affected population
ResC3a 10.1.1    Initiate vendor and caterer contracts to supplant feeding operations
ResC3a 10.1.2    Conduct food preparation and distribution using safe food handling protocols
ResC3a 10.1.3    Provide culturally and diet-restriction appropriate feeding services
ResC3a 10.1.4    Ensure adequate nutrition is provided for shelter populations
 ResC3a 10.2     Conduct mass feeding services.
ResC3a 10.3.1    Conduct mobile and fixed feeding operations, as needed
ResC3a 10.3.2    Conduct feeding operations at medical shelters
ResC3a 10.3.3    Conduct feeding operations for companion animals
 ResC3a 10.4     Monitor progress of strategy to meet feeding needs
ResC3a 10.4.1    Report accurate count of meals and snacks served
ResC3a 10.4.2    Disseminate notification of end to feeding operations
  ResC3a 11      Establish Bulk Distribution Operations
 ResC3a 11.1 Coordinate with appropriate agencies to determine bulk distribution needs of affected population
ResC3a 11.1.1 Determine mobile bulk distribution routes
 ResC3a 11.2 Establish bulk distribution operations at fixed sites
                Conduct building/facility inspection of identified mass care bulk distribution facilities to determine structural
ResC3a 11.2.1
                integrity, capability, and suitability (e.g., space available, access, security)
ResC3a 11.2.2 Staff bulk distribution site with appropriately trained personnel
ResC3a 11.2.3 Ensure adequate communication systems are available for bulk distribution staff
ResC3a 11.2.3.1 Conduct communications with mass care tactical operations
ResC3a 11.2.4 Establish reporting mechanisms for daily distribution count
 ResC3a 11.3 Acquire and provide items for bulk distribution
                Coordinate with agencies receiving donations to acquire items needed for bulk distribution, including
ResC3a 11.3.1
                supplies for companion animals
ResC3a 11.3.2 Coordinate with logistics resources to acquire items needed for bulk distribution operations
  ResC3a 12     Conduct Bulk Distribution Operations
 ResC3a 12.1 Conduct bulk distribution of relief items at fixed sites
ResC3a 12.1.1 Conduct mobile bulk distribution operations
ResC3a 12.1.2 Report to tactical operations daily distribution count, number of people served and needed items
 ResC3a 12.2 Disseminate notification of end to bulk distribution operations
  ResC3a 13     Demobilize Mass Care Operations
 ResC3a 13.1 Coordinate demobilization of mass care resources with participating agencies
 ResC3a 13.2 Disseminate notification of demobilization of mass care resources/services
 ResC3a 13.3 Demobilize mass care assets
 ResC3a 13.4 Demobilize mass care resources



Response C4a Fatality Management
  ResC4a 1       Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for Managing Fatalities
                 Identify entity responsible for developing and maintaining plans, procedures, programs and systems
 ResC4a 1.1
                 across all hazards
                 Ensure that this entity involves Medical Examiner/Coroner (ME/C), emergency preparedness, public
 ResC4a 1.1.1
                 health, hospitals, and funeral directors, at a minimum, in the development of plans and procedures
  ResC4a 1.2     Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for Scene Operations
 ResC4a 1.2.1    Develop protocols for handling infected and contaminated remains
                 Develop a credentialing system for ME/C and LLEA controlled access for all areas associated with fatality
 ResC4a 1.2.2
                 management
 ResC4a 1.2.3    Develop and coordinate recovery efforts for non-hospital/on-scene deaths
                 Develop on-scene protocols for the protections of fingerprints, palm prints, and footprints during the
 ResC4a 1.2.4
                 collection of human remains
                 Develop procedures for the protection of fingerprints, palmprints and footprints during the collection of
 ResC4a 1.2.5
                 human remains
 ResC4a 1.3      Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for Morgue Operations

 ResC4a 1.3.1
                 Develop a quality assurance program to ensure remains decontaminated and safety of morgue personnel
 ResC4a 1.3.2    Develop MOUs to provide refrigeration units for the storage of remains
 ResC4a 1.3.3    Develop a demobilization plan
  ResC4a 1.4     Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for Antemortem Data Management
 ResC4a 1.4.1    Develop procedure for the notification of next-of-kin
 ResC4a 1.4.2    Develop plans, procedures, protocols with appropriate partners for managing family reunification
                 Develop FAC plans to address the social, psychological, and economic tolls which victims of disasters and
 ResC4a 1.4.3
                 crimes may encounter
 ResC4a 1.4.4    Develop plans with all responsible agencies to establish a centralized resource center at local FAC
                 Develop plans and protocols on the victim flow through the service areas of the FAC, taking a case
 ResC4a 1.4.5
                 management approach to coordinating and delivering services
                Develop a procedure to offer victims and emergency responders a range of stress management and
ResC4a 1.4.6
                psychological care techniques to use a the process of post-trauma unfolds
                Develop a streamlined process to accommodate a high volume of claimants and persons seeking
ResC4a 1.4.7
                information
ResC4a 1.4.8    Develop MOUs with religious leaders to assist in the FAC
ResC4a 1.4.9    Develop MOUs with translators to assist in the FAC
                Pre-identify potential location for the FAC concentrating on the need for security, safety, location in
ResC4a 1.4.10   relation to the scene (not too close), communication capabilities (i.e., TV, email, telephones) with full
                access to the special needs populations
ResC4a 1.4.11   Develop a team of credentialed child care staff to allow for families to bring their children to the FAC
ResC4a 1.4.12   Plan for and establish contracted food services 24/7 at the FAC
                Plan for and prepare to provide informational, compensation, and support services to those individuals
ResC4a 1.4.13
                who cannot or will not come to the FAC (this may apply in a pandemic)
                Plan for the need to balance the needs of the general victims verses the need of families who have lost
ResC4a 1.4.14
                loved ones
 ResC4a 1.5     Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for Victim Identification
ResC4a 1.5.1    Develop procedures and protocols to confirm an identification of remains
                Develop procedures for issuing death certificates when no remains are positively identified and when next-
ResC4a 1.5.2
                of-kin believe the family member to be a victim
ResC4a 1.5.3    Develop protocols for next-of-kin notification of positive identification
ResC4a 1.6.     Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for Final Disposition
ResC4a 1.6.1    Develop procedures to address next-of-kin desires for final disposition
ResC4a 1.6.2    Develop protocols for releasing remains to the next-of-kin funeral home of choice
                Develop procedures for appropriate official to inform next-of-kin when disposition of remains will be
ResC4a 1.6.3
                restricted in any way
ResC4a 1.6.4    Develop protocols for the families to claim known personal effects from the responsible agency
ResC4a 1.6.5    Develop protocols for the families to make claims on unassociated personal effects
 ResC4a 1.7     Develop plans, procedures, protocols, and systems for Fatality Surge
  ResC4a 2      Develop and implement training and exercise programs for fatality management
 ResC4a 2.1     Develop and implement training programs for fatality management
 ResC4a 2.2     Develop and implement exercise programs for fatality management
  ResC4a 3      Direct and coordinate fatality management operations
 ResC4a 3.1     Coordinate Fatality Management
ResC4a 3.1.1    Identify medico-legal authority
ResC4a 3.1.2    Coordinate with Medical Facility/Department of Public Health/general medical community
                Coordinate with government agencies, professional associations, private services and volunteer
ResC4a 3.1.3
                organizations for assistance with mental health concerns during disasters
                Coordinate with public health and regulatory agencies to develop plans, procedures, and protocols to
ResC4a 3.1.4    protect fatality management personnel from infectious diseases, environmental, radiological, chemical,
                and other hazards when handling remains
 ResC4a 3.2     Direct and coordinate on-scene operations
                Develop fatality management inputs to an incident action plan (IAP) by evaluating previously developed
ResC4a 3.2.1
                plans, procedures, protocols, and systems
ResC4a 3.2.2    Manage On-Site Fatalities
 ResC4a 3.3     Coordinate mortuary/morgue operations
ResC4a 3.3.1    Identify key morgue staff
ResC4a 3.3.2    Identify a morgue supervisor
ResC4a 3.3.3    Identify a morgue public information officer
ResC4a 3.3.4    Identify a morgue safety officer
ResC4a 3.3.5    Identify a morgue liaison officer for interagency operations
 ResC4a 3.4     Direct and coordinate management of antemortem data
ResC4a 3.4.1    Identify Medical Examiner/Coroner staff for antemortem data collection in Family Assistance Center
ResC4a 3.4.2    Establish multiple Family Assistance Information Hotlines for specific tasks
ResC4a 3.4.3   Coordinate State assistance for next-of-kin notification and collection of antemortem information
 ResC4a 3.5    Direct and coordinate victim identification
               Coordinate regional and State assistance for victim identification and mortuary services, and the
ResC4a 3.5.1
               processing, preparation, and disposition of remains
 ResC4a 3.6    Coordinate final disposition of human remains
ResC4a 3.6.1   Coordinate Federal mortuary/morgue services
ResC4a 3.6.2   Coordinate with local legal authority in mortuary affairs
ResC4a 3.6.3   Coordinate commissioned corps assets
ResC4a 3.6.4   Coordinate medical reserve corps assets
ResC4a 3.6.5   Coordinate Emergency Support Function #8 partner assets
ResC4a 3.6.6   Coordinate Emergency Support Function #13 partner assets
  ResC4a 4     Activate Fatality Management Activities
 ResC4a 4.1    Activate scene operations
               Implement a unified command structure with other agencies, which have the jurisdictional authority to
ResC4a 4.1.1
               investigate fatality incidents
 ResC4a 4.2    Activate and implement fatality surge plan
ResC4a 4.2.1   Mobilize medical examiner/coroner
ResC4a 4.2.2   Identify fatality surge specialties needed
ResC4a 4.2.3   Deploy fatality surge personnel and equipment
ResC4a 4.2.4   Incorporate fatality surge personnel into appropriate area
 ResC4a 4.3    Activate morgue operations
ResC4a 4.3.1   Deploy portable morgue as appropriate
ResC4a 4.3.2   Determine morgue location
 ResC4a 4.4    Request activation of DMORT as appropriate
  ResC4a 5     Conduct on-scene fatality management operations
 ResC4a 5.1    Conduct scene survey for fatality management operations
 ResC4a 5.2    Document scene for fatality management operations
ResC4a 5.2.1   Document dentations during the collection of human remains
               Document (photograph, measure, obtain witness statements) in a manner consistent with the Medical
ResC4a 5.2.2
               Examiner/Coroner’s incident plan

ResC4a 5.2.3   Provide protocols for the photographing of facial features or other physical features at the scene, which
               could aid in identification, if possible, to assist in the presumptive identification of remains
 ResC4a 5.3    Collect and manage evidence for fatality operations
ResC4a 5.3.1   Gather forensic evidence for fatality management operations
ResC4a 5.3.2   Conduct evidence collection and forensic analysis
 ResC4a 5.4    Decontaminate remains
 ResC4a 5.5    Remove remains to staging
ResC4a 5.5.1   Provide forensically trained personnel who can separate obviously co-mingled remains
ResC4a 5.5.2   Recover human remains in a dignified manner
ResC4a 5.5.3   Transport remains to staging
  ResC4a 6     Conduct morgue operations
 ResC4a 6.1    Implement morgue operations
ResC4a 6.1.1   Determine appropriate size
ResC4a 6.1.2   Implement appropriate security measures
ResC4a 6.1.3   Employ surveillance equipment
ResC4a 6.1.4   Establish a resource unit for tracking available resources an staff work schedules
               Establish an organized a systematic morgue flow to ensure the physical layout simplifies the operational
ResC4a 6.1.5
               stations
 ResC4a 6.2    Activate the morgue
ResC4a 6.2.1   Identify appropriate storage facilities
ResC4a 6.2.2   Identify and procure refrigeration for remains
 ResC4a 6.3    Receive remains at morgue
 ResC4a 6.3.1    Develop and implement a remains tracking system
  ResC4a 6.4     Store human remains
  ResC4a 6.5     Perform autopsies
 ResC4a 6.5.1    Implement embalming section
 ResC4a 6.5.2    Implement dental section
 ResC4a 6.5.3    Implement fingerprint section
 ResC4a 6.5.4    Implement radiology section
 ResC4a 6.5.5    Implement anthropology section
 ResC4a 6.5.6    Implement DNA section
ResC4a 6.5.6.1   Conduct DNA collection
 ResC4a 6.5.7 Implement pathology section
 ResC4a 6.5.8 Implement personal effects and photography section
 ResC4a 6.5.9 Implement logistics section
  ResC4a 6.6  Gather forensic and other evidence
 ResC4a 6.6.1 Provide documentation of all remains and personal effects in the morgue
 ResC4a 6.6.2 Package personal effects found with remains for return to next-of-kin (if possible)
 ResC4a 6.6.3 Provide one body escort to one body or each remains at the morgue
 ResC4a 6.6.4 Provide photographic documentation of all remains
              Provide documentation about the presence or absence of clothing and personal effects entering the
ResC4a 6.6.5
              morgue processing
              Provide diagrams and descriptions in writing items of evidence and their relationship to the remains (with
ResC4a 6.6.6
              necessary measurements)
              Provide documentation on the presence or absence of identifying marks (scars, tattoos or external
ResC4a 6.6.7
              prostheses
ResC4a 6.6.8 Provide documentation on the presence or absence of injury/trauma
ResC4a 6.6.9 Provide documentation on the presence or absence of anomalies/abnormalities
ResC4a 6.6.10 Provide documentation on perimortem trauma
ResC4a 6.6.11 Report results of investigation through appropriate channels
  ResC4a 7    Manage Antemortem Data
 ResC4a 7.1   Activate antemortem data collection activities
ResC4a 7.1.1 Establish antemortem record repository and its housing facility
 ResC4a 7.2   Conduct collection of antemortem information
ResC4a 7.2.1 Interview victims and witnesses
ResC4a 7.2.2 Provide assistance in the identification of victims
ResC4a 7.2.3 Conduct DNA collection of family members
              Implement a balanced approach to address the needs of victims versus those families who have lost
 ResC4a 7.3
              family members
 ResC4a 7.4   Enter data obtained through interviews into library
  ResC4a 8    Conduct victim identification
 ResC4a 8.1   Activate victim identification operations
              Implement pre-existing antemortem and postmortem medical and dental databases to collect, store and
 ResC4a 8.2
              retrieve comparison data
ResC4a 8.2.1 Conduct DNA analysis as indicated
ResC4a 8.2.2 Conduct fingerprint/palmprint/footprint analysis
ResC4a 8.2.3 Check with local/State/Federal/international databases
ResC4a 8.2.4 Obtain and record antemortem prints and document their source
ResC4a 8.2.5 Compare data from morgue and Family Assistance Center
 ResC4a 8.3   Identify remains

ResC4a 8.3.1
                 Compare antemortem and postmortem fingerprints/palmprints/footprints for identification purposes
ResC4a 8.3.2     Notify incident commander or unified commander and law enforcement as appropriate
 ResC4a 9        Conduct final disposition
 ResC4a 9.1      Activate final disposition operations
ResC4a 9.1.1     Issue death certificate

ResC4a 9.1.1.1
              Issue a death certificate by judicial decree if no remains are identified, as appropriate
 ResC4a 9.2   Notify next-of-kin
ResC4a 9.2.1  Release remains to next-of-kin or local authorities if no next-of-kin are identified
ResC4a 9.2.2  Coordinate with funeral directors
ResC4a 9.2.3  Notify next-of-kin and funeral director of any restrictions placed on remains
ResC4a 9.2.4  Return affects to next-of-kin
ResC4a 9.2.5  Notify next-of-kin of any restrictions placed on affects
 ResC4a 9.3   Inter diseased remains with dignity
 ResC4a 9.4   Release remains to mortuary services
              Assist community leadership and vested organizations in development of plans and policies for
 ResC4a 9.5
              establishing a community memorial for the incident
  ResC4a 10   Demobilize fatality management operations
 ResC4a 10.1 Demobilize fatality management activities
 ResC4a 10.2 Reconstitute fatality management personnel and equipment
ResC4a 10.2.1 Participate in operational review of fatality management operations
 ResC4a 10.3 Address post-operational needs of fatality management personnel
ResC4a 10.3.1 Identify fatality management staff post-operational needs
              Provide information to fatality management personnel on where and how to obtain medical, psychological,
ResC4a 10.3.2
              and financial assistance
 ResC4a 10.4 Demobilize surge specialties
RECOVER MISSION AREA (Click on a Capability to see its associated tasks)
   Economic and Community Recovery
   Restoration of Lifelines
   Structural Damage and Mitigation Assessment

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.

Recover A1a     Long-Term Healthcare
   RecA1a 1     Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for long-term healthcare
  RecA1a 1.1    Identify resources for long-term healthcare
  RecA1a 1.2    Plan and manage programs for long-term medical recovery
 RecA1a 1.2.1   Identify programs for long-term medical recovery
  RecA1a 1.3    Plan and manage programs for mental health care
 RecA1a 1.3.1   Prepare plans for long- and short-term mental health and substance abuse services
 RecA1a 1.3.2   Establish substance abuse mental health plan for workers and public
 RecA1a 1.3.3   Identify programs for long-term mental health and substance abuse service counseling
                Ensure health care facilities (i.e., hospitals, nursing homes, youth and adult medical care facilities)
  RecA1a 1.4
                develop patient reduction, evacuation and relocation procedures
  RecA1a 1.5    Develop medical mutual aid agreements for long-term healthcare
   RecA1a 2     Develop and implement training and exercise programs for long-term healthcare
  RecA1a 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for long-term healthcare
                Enhance the training of health care professionals to be able to recognize, treat, and coordinate care
 RecA1a 2.1.1
                related to the behavioral health consequences of disasters
  RecA1a 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for long-term healthcare
   RecA1a 3     Direct and coordinate long-term healthcare operations
  RecA1a 3.1    Execute medical mutual aid agreements for long-term healthcare
  RecA1a 3.2    Develop public health and medical intelligence reports
  RecA1a 3.3    Restore critical medical services
  RecA1a 3.4    Coordinate comprehensive stress management strategies, programs, and crisis response teams
 RecA1a 3.4.1   Provide comprehensive stress management strategies, programs, and crisis response teams
  RecA1a 3.5    Provide medical claims assistance
   RecA1a 4     Activate long-term healthcare
  RecA1a 4.1    Assess long-term health care program effectiveness
  RecA1a 4.2    Identify and review long-term care facilities and plans
                Identify agencies, organizations, and individuals capable of providing support services or assistance
 RecA1a 4.2.1
                including hospital and medical associations
  RecA1a 4.3    Mobilize mental health specialists for pediatrics
                Provide long-term behavioral, mental health, substance abuse, and counseling services to affected
  RecA1a 5
                persons
  RecA1a 5.1    Provide long-term mental health and substance abuse behavioral health services to the community
 RecA1a 5.1.1   Provide counseling support
 RecA1a 5.1.2   Provide long-term incident site counseling support services

  RecA1a 5.2
                Provide worker crisis counseling, substance abuse services, and mental and behavioral health support
  RecA1a 5.3    Prepare prevention treatment for psychological impact on victims and health care professionals
   RecA1a 6     Provide for physical health (rehab, assisted living, hospitalization, etc)
  RecA1a 6.1    Provide long-term health care
  RecA1a 6.2    Conduct blood drives
   RecA1a 7     Conduct long-term monitoring and assessment for exposure
   RecA1a 8     Monitor persons for adverse treatment reaction
  RecA1a 8.1    Provide long-term health monitoring and treatment
 RecA1a 8.1.1   Monitor adverse treatment reactions
 RecA1a 8.1.2   Monitor psychological and medical status of exposed persons
 RecA1a 8.1.3   Evaluate long-term health cost issues
 RecA1a 8.1.4   Evaluate effectiveness of vaccines
   RecA1a 9     Establish registry of responders at risk
  RecA1a 9.1    Establish a health/disease registry of victims and/or responders at risk
  RecA1a 10     Establish crisis response teams
  RecA1a 11     Provide medical claims assistance



Recover A2a     Long-term Assistance for Affected Persons
  RecA2a 1
                Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for long-term assistance for affected persons
  RecA2a 1.1    Develop plans, procedures, and protocols for long-term social services
 RecA2a 1.1.1   Identify resource needs for implementation of long-term social services
                Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to implement plans for family assistance center operations and
 RecA2a 1.1.2
                family reunification
   RecA2a 2     Develop and implement training and exercises for long-term assistance for affected persons
   RecA2a 3     Direct and coordinate operations for long-term assistance for affected persons
  RecA2a 3.1    Collect, process, and disseminate disaster recovery information
 RecA2a 3.1.1   Coordinate dissemination of recovery information
 RecA2a 3.1.2   Coordinate dissemination of recovery assistance information
                Coordinate reception center activities with appropriate governmental and nongovernmental agencies as
 RecA2a 3.2
                needed
 RecA2a 3.3     Coordinate with appropriate organizations to provide long-term congregate meal service
 RecA2a 3.4     Coordinate the establishment of reimbursement agreements
 RecA2a 3.5     Coordinate individual and family assistance programs
 RecA2a 3.6     Coordinate reimbursement vehicles for response and recovery-related activities
  RecA2a 4      Activate long-term assistance for affected persons
 RecA2a 4.1     Prepare post-incident containment information program
 RecA2a 4.2     Notify appropriate authorities of disaster relief reimbursement vehicles
                Establish the need for and effect replacement of food products transferred from existing Federal Nutrition
 RecA2a 4.3
                Assistance program inventories and effect replacement, if necessary
  RecA2a 5      Assess long-term needs
 RecA2a 5.1     Identify long-term housing needs
 RecA2a 5.2     Determine special population needs, other than medical
  RecA2a 6      Establish assistance centers
 RecA2a 6.1     Notify affected public of various sites for health and claims information
                Determine recovery needs of affected population: number of people, their location, and usable food
 RecA2a 6.2
                preparation facilities for congregate feeding
 RecA2a 6.3     Establish reception centers
 RecA2a 6.4     Establish public assistance centers
 RecA2a 6.5     Conduct response related activities for nutritional assistance
                Identify and arrange for transportation of food and/or food stamp benefits to affected areas following
 RecA2a 6.5.1
                response
  RecA2a 7      Provide services to impacted persons
 RecA2a 7.1     Collect, process, and disseminate recovery assistance information
 RecA2a 7.2     Collect, process, and disseminate disaster welfare and family reunification information
                Collect, process, and disseminate indemnity and refinancing information for affected rural and agricultural
 RecA2a 7.3
                communities
 RecA2a 7.4     Coordinate processing of requests for recovery assistance
 RecA2a 7.5     Operate individual grant programs
  RecA2a 7.6    Provide family support services
 RecA2a 7.6.1   Operate family grant programs
   RecA2a 8     Monitor services to impacted persons



Recover A2b     Resettlement and Repatriation of Affected Persons
                Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for resettlement and repatriation of affected
  RecA2b 1
                persons
                Create and implement policies to deal with the financial impact to individuals who are placed in isolation or
 RecA2b 1.1
                quarantine and to the public health system
 RecA2b 1.2     Develop community relations program
                Develop and implement training and exercises for resettlement and repatriation of affected
  RecA2b 2
                persons
  RecA2b 3      Direct coordinate resettlement and repatriation of affected persons
  RecA2b 3.1    Coordinate short- and long-term recovery operations
 RecA2b 3.1.1   Coordinate community assistance programs
  RecA2b 3.2    Manage community assistance programs
                Manage resources to support special needs populations, to include individuals with disabilities, non-
 RecA2b 3.3     English speaking persons, migrant workers, and those with developmental or medical conditions that
                require attention
  RecA2b 3.4    Implement and manage Federal assistance programs
  RecA2b 4      Activate resettlement and repatriation of affected persons
  RecA2b 4.1    Assess short- and long-term recovery needs
  RecA2b 4.2    Activate plan for placement of unaffiliated, spontaneous volunteers for community recovery
 RecA2b 4.2.3   Implement private-sector recovery, local assistance, and recovery and mitigation plans
  RecA2b 4.3    Implement State, regional, tribal, and local assistance and recovery plans
  RecA2b 5      Resettle commercial and residential areas
                Locate and catalog available resources of food, transportation, equipment, storage, and distribution
 RecA2b 5.1
                facilities
  RecA2b 6      Settle and acclimate residents in new areas, as needed
  RecA2b 6.1    Provide community services
 RecA2b 6.1.1   Provide legal counsel
 RecA2b 6.1.2   Provide financial counseling
 RecA2b 6.1.3   Provide a liaison to interact with nongovernmental organizations
 RecA2b 6.1.4   Provide volunteer services



Recover B1a     Debris and Hazardous Waste Management
                Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for managing debris and hazardous waste
  RecB1a 1
                generated by an event and cleanup efforts
                Develop plan for the safe removal and disposal of solid waste and debris. Includes mutual aid
 RecB1a 1.1
                arrangements, recycling plans, selection of storage sites, vector control, etc.
 RecB1a 1.1.1   Develop solid waste and debris removal guidelines

 RecB1a 1.2
               Develop plans for the safe removal and disposal of hazardous wastes (including biological materials)
 RecB1a 1.2.1 Develop plans to coordinate infectious trash and hazardous materials removal/destruction
  RecB1a 1.3   Develop plans to coordinate final disposal/destruction of debris and hazardous waste
 RecB1a 1.3.1 Develop plans to coordinate disposal of contaminated agricultural products
RecB1a 1.3.1.1 Develop decontamination protocols for infectious agricultural waste
RecB1a 1.3.1.2 Develop protocols for disposing of infectious agricultural waste
  RecB1a 1.4   Develop communications plan for solid waste and debris
   RecB1a 2    Develop and implement training and exercises for debris and hazardous waste management
   RecB1a 3    Direct and coordinate debris and hazardous waste management operations
  RecB1a 3.1    Determine, recommend, and assess appropriate decontamination methods
 RecB1a 3.1.1   Coordinate transportation of HAZMAT and debris from incident scenes to disposal sites
  RecB1a 3.2    Coordinate and conduct environmental decontamination
  RecB1a 3.3    Coordinate trash and hazardous materials removal/destruction
  RecB1a 3.4    Coordinate cleaning and disinfection of agriculture facilities
 RecB1a 3.4.1   Coordinate disposal of contaminated agricultural products
  RecB1a 3.5    Coordinate the removal and decontamination of agricultural waste (manure) and excess feed
  RecB1a 3.6    Coordinate response to solid waste and debris removal
 RecB1a 3.6.1   Determine qualifications for transportation of waste
 RecB1a 3.6.2   Develop list of transportation routes for such wastes to intermediate and permanent repositories
                Develop a geo-coded database of all geographic locations that debris waste is burned and solid waste
 RecB1a 3.6.3
                disposed
 RecB1a 3.7     Coordinate the removal and decontamination of foodstuffs and other FDA regulated commodities
  RecB1a 4      Activate debris and hazardous waste management
 RecB1a 4.1
                Establish processes for safe, verified disposal/destruction of contaminated or damaged food products
 RecB1a 4.2     Establish processes for safe disposal/destruction of hazardous material, solid waste, and debris
 RecB1a 4.3     Establish processes and systems for safe disposal/destruction of radioactive material
 RecB1a 4.4     Establish processes for safe, verified disposal/destruction of contaminated agricultural products
 RecB1a 4.5     Institute mass bio-security measures
 RecB1a 4.6     Conduct and support debris management
  RecB1a 5      Identify whether debris is hazardous or not (including food)
                Conduct assessment of solid waste and debris in affected geographic area, including; accumulation
 RecB1a 5.1
                amounts, characterization of solid waste and debris (wood, trees, vehicles, etc.)
 RecB1a 5.2     Solid waste technical expertise team provided for questions both industry and public
 RecB1a 5.3     Conduct debris assessment
                Assess requirement for decontamination or safe demolition, removal, and disposition of contaminated
 RecB1a 5.3.1
                debris
  RecB1a 6      Salvage or recycle debris and hazardous waste
 RecB1a 6.1     Identify suitable repositories by type and their capacities for radioactive waste disposal
  RecB1a 7      Remove debris and hazardous waste
 RecB1a 7.1     Conduct decontamination or safe demolition, removal, and disposition of contaminated debris
  RecB1a 8      Conduct disposal
 RecB1a 8.1     Implement decontamination protocols for infectious agricultural waste
 RecB1a 8.2     Implement protocols for disposing of infectious agricultural waste
 RecB1a 8.3     Implement disposal methods for agricultural waste that reduces the spread of animal disease
 RecB1a 8.4     Collect and dispose of materials
 RecB1a 8.5     Manage transportation decontamination procedures
                Manage, monitor, and/or provide technical advice on debris management and reestablishment of ground
 RecB1a 8.6
                and water routes into affected area
 RecB1a 8.7     Execute contaminant control measures for in-place debris



Recover B2a     Site Remediation
  RecB2a 1      Develop plans, policies, procedures, and systems for site remediation
  RecB2a 2      Develop and implement training and exercises for site remediation
  RecB2a 3      Direct and coordinate site remediation operations



Recover B3a     Natural Resource Restoration
  RecB3a 1      Develop plans, policies, and systems for natural resource restoration
  RecB3a 2      Direct and implement training and exercises for natural resource restoration
  RecB3a 3      Direct and coordinate operations for natural resource restoration
                Assess and implement procedures to establish freedom of infection, including the use of I sentinel animals
  RecB3a 3.1
                and environmental testing
  RecB3a 3.2    Coordinate establishment of long-term monitoring of the environment
  RecB3a 3.3    Determine wildlife exposure and disposition
  RecB3a 3.4    Determine endangered species exposure and disposition
 RecB3a 3.4.1   Determine zoological and exotic animal collections exposure and disposition
 RecB3a 3.4.2   Determine valuable breeding stock exposure and disposition
   RecB3a 4     Activate for natural resource restoration
   RecB3a 5     Assess and quantify injuries
  RecB3a 5.1    Conduct long-term environmental impact assessments
   RecB3a 6     Recover damages from the responsible party through negotiation or litigation
   RecB3a 7     Develop and evaluate restoration alternatives
   RecB3a 8     Implement restoration projects (e.g., reconstruct physical habitats, take no actions)

Please Note: All tasks in this version are subject to change before the Phase I TCL is finalized.

Recover C1a     Restoration of Lifelines
                Develop plans, procedures, and systems for protecting, assessing, and restoring lifeline
  RecC1a 1
                infrastructures
                Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to protect the public from health consequences due to impacts
  RecC1a 1.1
                on lifelines
                Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to protect the public from communicable diseases and
 RecC1a 1.1.1
                contamination of food
                Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to protect the public from communicable diseases and
 RecC1a 1.1.2
                contamination of water
                Develop plans, procedures, and protocols to protect the public from communicable diseases and
 RecC1a 1.1.3
                contamination of drug supplies
  RecC1a 1.2    Develop plans and procedures for energy infrastructure restoration
                Establish procedures to determine that the electrical or energy system is safe before emergency energy is
 RecC1a 1.2.1
                provided to the system
  RecC1a 1.3    Develop plans and procedures for drinking water infrastructure restoration
                Create a recovery/restoration plan for both larger, regulated systems (systems regulated by the Safe
 RecC1a 1.3.1
                Water Drinking Act [SDWA]), and small unregulated systems (private wells, etc)
                Develop mutual aid agreements with other water providers and relevant health and environment entities
 RecC1a 1.3.2
                for assistance during restoration
  RecC1a 1.4    Develop plans and procedures for wastewater infrastructure restoration
                Create a recovery/restoration plan for both large community sewer systems (in cooperation with utilities)
 RecC1a 1.4.1
                and small onsite systems

 RecC1a 1.4.2
                Develop mutual aid agreements with other wastewater operations for assistance during restoration
  RecC1a 1.5    Develop plans and procedures for communications infrastructure restoration
  RecC1a 1.6    Develop plans and procedures for transportation infrastructure restoration
  RecC1a 1.7    Develop plans and procedures for other lifeline infrastructure
                Monitor and ensure integration of private-sector planning and operations related to response and
 RecC1a 1.7.1
                recovery/restoration of lifeline-related services.
  RecC1a 1.8    Develop restoration prioritization plans

 RecC1a 1.8.1
                Coordinate between lifeline services and government regarding emergency planning and operations
 RecC1a 1.8.2   Identify critical customers and interdependencies

 RecC1a 1.8.3
                Coordinate credentialing procedures so lifeline personnel have access to critical sites following an incident
  RecC1a 1.9    Develop sector specific emergency operations plans that are in compliance with NIMS
 RecC1a 1.10     Develop restoration plans
 RecC1a 1.11     Develop contingent contracts and mutual aid agreements

  RecC1a 2
               Develop and implement training and exercise programs for assessment and restoration of lifelines
  RecC1a 2.1   Develop and implement training programs for assessment and restoration of lifelines
 RecC1a 2.1.1  Develop a training program based on sector emergency operations plans
RecC1a 2.1.1.1 Develop and conduct relevant training for recovery and restoration of energy infrastructure
RecC1a 2.1.1.2 Develop and conduct relevant training for restoration of drinking water programs and utilities
RecC1a 2.1.1.3 Develop and conduct relevant training for restoration of wastewater programs and utilities
RecC1a 2.1.1.4 Develop and conduct relevant training for restoration of communications utilities
RecC1a 2.1.1.5 Develop and conduct relevant training for recovery and restoration of transportation infrastructure
  RecC1a 2.2   Develop and implement exercise programs for assessment and restoration of lifelines
 RecC1a 2.2.1  Develop a training program based on emergency operations plans
RecC1a 2.2.1.1 Develop and implement exercise programs for recovery and restoration of energy infrastructure
RecC1a 2.2.1.2 Develop and implement exercise for recovery and restoration of drinking water infrastructure
               Develop and implement exercise and training programs for recovery and restoration of wastewater
RecC1a 2.2.1.3
               infrastructure
RecC1a 2.2.1.4 Develop and conduct relevant training for restoration of communications utilities
RecC1a 2.2.1.5
               Develop and implement exercise programs for recovery and restoration of transportation infrastructure
               Develop and implement exercise and training programs for recovery and restoration of other lifeline
RecC1a 2.2.1.6
               infrastructure
 RecC1a 2.2.2 Develop an after action program to correct deficiencies/exercise-findings
  RecC1a 2.3   Develop a training program based on emergency operations plans
 RecC1a 2.3.1 Conduct a training program based on lifeline emergency operations plans
  RecC1a 2.4   Conduct an exercise program based on lifeline emergency operations plans
 RecC1a 2.4.1 Include critical customers and interdependencies in training and exercise programs
   RecC1a 3    Direct restoration of lifelines operations
  RecC1a 3.1   Provide general infrastructure coordination and technical support during restoration

RecC1a 3.1.1
              Provide Federal funding for the repair, replacement, and/or restoration of lifeline systems and facilities
RecC1a 3.1.2  Coordinate, fund, and implement contracts for emergency repair of utilities and other services
RecC1a 3.1.3  Identify entities affected by the loss of lifeline infrastructure
RecC1a 3.1.4  Identify staging areas for restoration of lifeline personnel and equipment
RecC1a 3.1.5  Coordinate between lifeline services EOCs and government EOC/JFO
RecC1a 3.1.6  Execute emergency contracting support for life-saving and life-sustaining services
              Coordinate housing needs for utility restoration personnel, including facilities for restoration personnel
RecC1a 3.1.7
              within the impacted area
RecC1a 3.1.8 Provide and coordinate alternate means for proving critical lifeline services
              Execute pre-existing plans to ensure integration of private-sector planning and operations related to the
RecC1a 3.1.9
              response and recovery/restoration of lifeline-related services
RecC1a 3.1.10 Identify resources required to manage and restore critical lifeline operations
RecC1a 3.1.11 Coordinate dissemination of status and priority information
              Prepare to justify or provide emergency/immediate financial assistance for the restoration of critical
RecC1a 3.1.12
              lifelines
 RecC1a 3.2   Coordinate the recovery, restoration, and safety/security of energy infrastructure
              Coordinate national, regional, and State assistance/restoration efforts regarding energy supply and
RecC1a 3.2.1
              system damage including safety inspections prior to restoration of power
              Coordinate with Federal, State, and local authorities on priorities for energy restoration, assistance, and
RecC1a 3.2.2
              supply requirements

RecC1a 3.2.3
                 Coordinate international assistance/restoration efforts regarding energy supply and system damage
                 Coordinate inspections to determine that the electrical or energy system inside a building is safe before
RecC1a 3.2.4
                 emergency energy is provided
RecC1a 3.2.5     Provide and coordinate the use of emergency power generation services at critical facilities
RecC1a 3.2.6     Develop energy conservation guidelines
 RecC1a 3.3      Coordinate the recovery, restoration, and safety/security of drinking water infrastructure
 RecC1a 3.4      Coordinate the recovery, restoration, and safety/security of waste-water infrastructure
 RecC1a 3.5      Coordinate the recovery, restoration, and safety/security of communications infrastructure
 RecC1a 3.6      Coordinate the recovery, restoration, and safety/security of transportation infrastructure
RecC1a 3.6.1     Provide transportation infrastructure coordination and technical support during restoration
  RecC1a 4       Activate restoration of lifelines
 RecC1a 4.1      Notify appropriate lifeline personnel
 RecC1a 4.2      Determine estimated time of arrival of notified lifeline restoration personnel
 RecC1a 4.3      Mobilize appropriate personnel
 RecC1a 4.4      Mobilize equipment and resources appropriate for the incident
 RecC1a 4.5      Locate fuel for transportation, communications, emergency operations and national defense
  RecC1a 5       Reassess damage to lifeline infrastructures and prioritize restoration
 RecC1a 5.1      Assess condition of electric system infrastructure
RecC1a 5.1.1     Prioritize repairs to energy infrastructures
                 Conduct survey to determine degradation of key public services due to degradation in energy
RecC1a 5.1.2
                 infrastructure
                 Identify interdependencies between energy production/distribution infrastructure and other critical
RecC1a 5.1.3
                 infrastructures
RecC1a 5.1.4     Prioritize energy infrastructure restoration efforts

RecC1a 5.1.5
                 Recommend prioritization schedule of critical infrastructure services, facilities and assets restoration
 RecC1a 5.1.6    Assess damage to energy production and distribution infrastructure
RecC1a 5.1.6.1   Survey energy producers to determine production capacity
RecC1a 5.1.6.2   Survey energy distributors to determine distribution capacity
RecC1a 5.1.6.3   Identify requirements for alternative delivery of energy resources
  RecC1a 5.2     Assess condition of drinking water infrastructure
 RecC1a 5.2.1    Prioritize restoration needs of drinking water infrastructure
                 Conduct reassessment of non-SDWA drinking water facilities (private wells, etc.) using Emergency
RecC1a 5.2.2
                 Guidelines and Operation Criteria or applicable code
                 Conduct reassessment of SDWA drinking water facilities using Emergency Guidelines and Operation
RecC1a 5.2.3
                 Criteria or applicable code
 RecC1a 5.3      Assess condition of wastewater infrastructure
RecC1a 5.3.1     Prioritize restoration needs of wastewater infrastructure
                 Reassess to determine all wastewater facilities affected, including both large community sewer systems
RecC1a 5.3.2
                 and small onsite systems
                 Conduct reassessment of community sewer systems using Emergency Guidelines and Operation Criteria
RecC1a 5.3.3
                 or applicable code
 RecC1a 5.4      Assess condition of telecommunication infrastructure
RecC1a 5.4.1     Prioritize restoration needs of telecommunication infrastructure
 RecC1a 5.5      Reassess damage to transportation infrastructure
RecC1a 5.5.1     Prioritize restoration needs of transportation infrastructure
RecC1a 5.5.2     Gather and process damage assessments of transportation infrastructure
RecC1a 5.5.3     Determine incident effects on transportation infrastructure
RecC1a 5.5.4     Prioritize reconstruction needs and restoration of critical and strategic transportation infrastructure
RecC1a 5.5.5     Coordinate response to transportation infrastructure
RecC1a 5.5.6     Ensure that transportation workers can enter secure areas to restore mass transportation
 RecC1a 5.6      Assess condition of oil and gas infrastructure
RecC1a 5.6.1     Prioritize restoration needs of oil and gas infrastructure
 RecC1a 5.7      Assess damage to other lifeline infrastructure
 RecC1a 5.7.1    Assess need for emergency flood protection and/or emergency erosion control
  RecC1a 5.8     Ensure that appropriate disciplines participate in overall infrastructure reassessment
 RecC1a 5.8.1    Ensure that drinking water personnel participate in overall infrastructure reassessment
 RecC1a 5.8.2    Ensure that wastewater personnel participate in overall infrastructure reassessment
 RecC1a 5.8.3    Ensure that food safety personnel participate in overall infrastructure reassessment

 RecC1a 5.8.4
                 Ensure that hazardous materials response personnel participate in overall infrastructure reassessment
 RecC1a 5.9      Prioritize lifeline restoration between sectors
  RecC1a 6       Implement reconstruction procedures for critical facilities
 RecC1a 6.1      Identify public and private resources able to provide immediate restoration of key facilities
 RecC1a 6.2      Provide alternatives and conduct recovery/restoration of lifeline infrastructures

 RecC1a 6.3
               Identify and provide protection support for critical regional and State energy infrastructure and key assets
               Gather post-incident assessments information of structures, public works and infrastructure, priority
               repair/reconstruction projects, and engineering and construction resources to develop cost estimates to
  RecC1a 6.4
               complete written project worksheets for immediate needs funding for critical lifeline emergency
               repairs/replacement
  RecC1a 6.5   Conduct electric system restoration operations
 RecC1a 6.5.1 Conduct restoration of priority energy infrastructure
               Process reports on damage to energy supply and distribution systems and requirements for system
 RecC1a 6.5.2
               restoration Include inspection and evaluation of electrical, gas and generator systems
 RecC1a 6.5.3 Identify and implement alternative energy sources
               Provide and disseminate recommendations for energy conservation and energy supply information to
 RecC1a 6.5.4
               Federal, State, local, and tribal entities, as well as the public and the private-sector
RecC1a 6.5.4.1 Implement energy conservation guidelines
  RecC1a 6.6   Conduct drinking water restoration operations
               Provide technical assistance during restoration/recovery to private well owners and operators of small,
 RecC1a 6.6.1
               unregulated non-SDWA drinking water systems
 RecC1a 6.6.2 Identify and implement alternative drinking water sources
  RecC1a 6.7   Conduct wastewater restoration operations
               Coordinate with environmental health to provide short-term sewage disposal alternatives until
 RecC1a 6.7.1
               infrastructure is restored

 RecC1a 6.7.2
                 Coordinate with environmental health to identify and implement alternative wastewater system sources
RecC1a 6.7.3     Conduct reassessment of treatment plant effluent and integrity of collection systems
 RecC1a 6.8      Conduct communication infrastructure restoration operations
 RecC1a 6.9      Conduct transportation restoration operations
 RecC1a 6.10     Conduct telecommunications restoration operations
 RecC1a 6.11     Conduct oil and gas restoration operations
 RecC1a 6.12     Support restoration of flood control and other water infrastructure systems
RecC1a 6.12.1    Provide emergency flood protection and/or emergency erosion control
  RecC1a 7       Demobilize restoration of lifelines operations
 RecC1a 7.1      Consider need to transition personnel and equipment for permanent repair operations
 RecC1a 7.2      Implement a demobilization plan
 RecC1a 7.3      Restore personnel and equipment used for lifeline restoration to normal operations
 RecC1a 7.4      Document restoration activities, as needed



Recover C2a      Reconstitution of Government Services
  RecC2a 1       Develop plans, policies, and systems for reconstitution of government services
 RecC2a 1.1      Develop plans and goals for reconstituting government services
 RecC2a 1.2      Establish long-term recovery goals for government services
                Develop recovery plans describing how personnel, equipment, and other governmental, non-governmental
 RecC2a 1.2.1
                and private resources will support and sustain incident recovery requirements
 RecC2a 1.2.2   Develop recovery assistance management plan
 RecC2a 1.2.3   Develop recovery and hazard mitigation plan
 RecC2a 1.2.4   Develop reconstruction and restoration plans
 RecC2a 1.2.5   Develop re-entry plan to contaminated areas
   RecC2a 2     Develop and implement training and exercises for reconstitution of government services
   RecC2a 3     Direct and coordinate operations for reconstitution of government services
  RecC2a 3.1    Coordinate recovery operations
 RecC2a 3.1.1   Coordinate the relocation of affected essential services to backup locations
  RecC2a 3.2    Coordinate damage assessment for reconstituting government services
  RecC2a 3.3    Coordinate community recovery and mitigation
  RecC2a 3.4    Manage community response during recovery of government services
  RecC2a 3.5    Coordinate the re-opening of public facilities
  RecC2a 3.6    Coordinate phased demobilization
   RecC2a 4     Activate reconstitution of government services operations
   RecC2a 5     Assess damage to government services
  RecC2a 5.1    Coordinate infrastructure assessments for reconstituting government services
  RecC2a 5.2    Prioritize recovery sequence for reconstituting government services
  RecC2a 5.3    Determine residual effects of government recovery operations
  RecC2a 5.4    Assess the requirement to relocate affected essential services to backup locations
   RecC2a 6     Maintain continuity of operations
   RecC2a 7     Prioritize and reinstate government services
  RecC2a 7.1    Conduct government services recovery operations
                Develop and use database of local ―experts‖ with technical and scientific expertise to support government
 RecC2a 7.2
                recovery operations
 RecC2a 7.3     Coordinate declaration of the incident site hazard-free



Recover C3a     Economic and Community Recovery
  RecC3a 1      Develop plans, policies, programs, and systems for damage and mitigation assessment
 RecC3a 1.1     Develop plans, policies, and systems for assessing structural damage
                Adopt and implement uniform standards for condemning and prohibiting occupancy or use of
 RecC3a 1.1.1
                buildings/infrastructure and notifying building owners, users, and public of same
 RecC3a 1.1.2   Develop damage assessment procedures
 RecC3a 1.1.3   Maintain situation and damage assessment plans
  RecC3a 1.2    Develop procedures and guidelines for building re-entry
                Develop a plan for evaluating re-entry and re-occupancy of the community, homes, educational, institution
 RecC3a 1.2.1   and health care facilities. Plan establishes evaluation process, assessment criteria, and indicators of safe
                re-occupation.

 RecC3a 1.2.2
                Develop procedures for making damaged buildings/infrastructure safe for temporary emergency use
                Develop procedures for coordinating with utility service providers to reauthorize and reconnect services to
 RecC3a 1.2.3
                repaired buildings
  RecC3a 1.3    Develop plans, protocols, and procedures for rebuilding property
 RecC3a 1.3.1   Identify critical infrastructure elements and interdependencies affecting rebuilding property
 RecC3a 1.3.2   Develop/maintain database of critical infrastructure and key public and private facility building plans
                Develop guidelines for measures to reconstitute capabilities if infrastructure facilities and systems are
 RecC3a 1.3.3
                damaged
  RecC3a 1.4    Develop mitigation plans and procedures
 RecC3a 1.4.1   Identify mitigation measures and emergency restoration procedures
  RecC3a 1.5    Develop qualification and certification standards for paid and volunteer staff
  RecC3a 2
                Develop and implement training and exercises for structural damage and mitigation assessment
                Develop standardized training courses for damage assessment, and other damage and demolition related
 RecC3a 2.1
                situations during an emergency
                Identify and train personnel to assess damage and develop and implement uniform procedures for
RecC3a 2.1.1    evaluating the safety of damaged buildings/infrastructure including the risk of both the structure and the
                utility systems inside and outside the facility
RecC3a 2.1.2    Conduct training on damage assessment procedures
RecC3a 2.1.3    Conduct training on mitigation plans and procedures
 RecC3a 2.2     Develop and implement exercises for structural damage and mitigation assessment
RecC3a 2.2.1    Exercise damage assessment procedures
RecC3a 2.2.2    Exercise mitigation plans and procedures
  RecC3a 3      Direct and coordinate structural damage and mitigation assessment
 RecC3a 3.1     Coordinate and support structural damage assessment

RecC3a 3.1.1   Coordinate and/or provide personnel (engineering, contracting, procurement, recovery worker, site safety,
               environmental health, technical) resources, assessments, data, monitoring and other support
 RecC3a 3.1.2 Coordinate resources to conduct building inspections and damage assessment
               Manage building department mutual aid agreements including plan reviews, damage assessment, and
RecC3a 3.1.2.1
               inspection services
               Recommend prioritization schedule of critical infrastructure services, facilities, and assets restoration
 RecC3a 3.1.3
               based on structural damage and mitigation assessments
  RecC3a 3.2   Coordinate building department, public works, and engineering support for rebuilding property

RecC3a 3.2.1
                Coordinate and facilitate response activities related to building departments, public works and engineering
RecC3a 3.2.2    Coordinate the supply of emergency utility services to buildings
RecC3a 3.2.3    Manage public works mutual aid agreements for rebuilding property
RecC3a 3.2.4    Identify critical infrastructure elements and interdependencies affecting rebuilding property
RecC3a 3.2.5    Coordinate compliance with Federal environmental and historic preservation statutes
RecC3a 3.2.6    Coordinate and manage resource/contractor support for property recovery and restoration activities

 RecC3a 3.3
               Support and implement actions to stabilize, restore, or demolish damaged buildings and infrastructure
               Coordinate implementation and management of efforts to repair, replace, or relocate damaged or
 RecC3a 3.3.1
               destroyed public facilities and infrastructure
RecC3a 3.3.1.1 Implement repair requirements based on damage assessments and inspections
  RecC3a 3.4   Coordinate safe re-entry and re-occupancy of community, homes and facilities
 RecC3a 3.4.1 Support and implement re-entry
RecC3a 3.4.2
                Provide public information regarding a facility’s status and alternative arrangements, where necessary
 RecC3a 3.5     Integrate appropriate private-sector entities into incident response activities
                Use developed standards and procedures to identify qualified contractors offering recovery/restoration
 RecC3a 3.6
                services
                Support incident response operations according to incident management team (IMT) assignments on the
 RecC3a 3.7
                inputs to the incident action plan (IAP) for structural damage and mitigation assessment
                Report and document the incident by completing and submitting required forms, reports, documentation,
RecC3a 3.7.1
                and follow-up notation for structural damage and mitigation assessment
  RecC3a 4      Activate structural damage and mitigation assessments.
 RecC3a 4.1
                Conduct emergency dispatch and notification for structural damage and mitigation assessment personnel.
 RecC3a 4.2     Dispatch secondary structural damage and mitigation assessment agencies
  RecC3a 5      Conduct building inspections and damage assessments of public and private structures
 RecC3a 5.1     Support and implement assessments of damaged buildings and infrastructures
                Identify authorities, where no building department exists, to conduct damage assessments and building
RecC3a 5.1.1
                inspections to ensure compliance
RecC3a 5.1.2
               Conduct structural assessment and safety assessment of utility systems in all affected buildings
RecC3a 5.2     Support prioritization of rebuilding efforts and acquiring support resources

RecC3a 5.2.1   Develop cost estimates, complete written project worksheets, determine priority repair/reconstruction
               projects, and help to prioritize engineering and construction based on post-incident assessments
               Identify the need for additional engineering and assessment resources from other Federal agencies and
RecC3a 5.2.2
               issue mission assignments to activate such resources

RecC3a 5.2.3
               Issue Mission Assignments to activate engineering and assessment resource from other Federal agencies

RecC3a 5.3
               Conduct assessments to determine safe re-entry and re-occupancy of community, homes, and facilities
RecC3a 5.3.1   Assess buildings and private structures to determine occupancy eligibility
               Provide geo-coded status report of community, homes and facilities identified as safe or unsafe to re-enter
RecC3a 5.3.2
               and re-occupy
RecC3a 5.3.3   Take necessary actions to secure the facility including demolition
 RecC3a 5.4    Assist with assessments to determine need for additional assets/support
               Assist with the assessment to determine the need for emergency flood protection and/or emergency
RecC3a 5.4.1
               erosion control
               Assist with the assessment to determine the requirement to relocate affected essential services to back-
RecC3a 5.4.2
               up locations
RecC3a 5.4.3   Assist in the identification of incident response coordination centers for rebuilding property
RecC3a 5.4.4   Determine need for recovery programs
  RecC3a 6     Provide mitigation and technical assistance
 RecC3a 6.1    Provide technical advice, evaluation, and engineering support
               Provide engineering expertise, construction management, contracting and real estate services to assess
RecC3a 6.1.1
               the infrastructure/facility for reuse
               Provide engineering expertise to assess the electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and other systems within
RecC3a 6.1.2
               the infrastructure/facility for reuse
RecC3a 6.1.3   Provide engineering and other support for structures, public works, and infrastructure systems
               Provide monitoring and stabilization assistance for damaged structures deemed as immediate hazards to
RecC3a 6.1.4
               public health and safety
               Assist with the coordination, funding, and implementation of contracts for emergency repair of utilities and
RecC3a 6.1.5
               other services
               Assist with the management, monitoring, and/or provision of technical advice on debris management and
RecC3a 6.1.6
               reestablishment of ground and water routes into the affected area
               Assist with the implementation and management of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
RecC3a 6.1.7
               Public Assistance Program (PA) to support the repair and restoration of public property
RecC3a 6.1.8   Coordinate, fund, and implement contracts for construction management and inspection
               Participate in post-incident assessments of structures, public works, and infrastructure to develop cost
RecC3a 6.1.9   estimates, complete written project worksheets, determine priority repair/reconstruction projects, and help
               to prioritize engineering and construction resources
 RecC3a 6.2    Provide alternate facilities
RecC3a 6.2.1   Implement temporary infrastructure/facilities during restoration or replacement
RecC3a 6.2.2   Provide emergency repair to priority alternate facilities during restoration of primary facilities
               Clear maintenance/construction and otherwise modify/improve existing alternate facilities during
RecC3a 6.2.3
               restoration of primary facilities
RecC3a 6.2.4   Remove temporary facilities and reopen restored facilities once restoration is completed
 RecC3a 6.3    Implement private sector recovery plans
               Monitor private-sector planning and operations related to response and recovery/restoration of
RecC3a 6.3.1
               infrastructure-related services
 RecC3a 7      Demobilize from structural damage and mitigation assessments
RecC3a 7.1     Develop a demobilization plan for structural damage and mitigation assessment
 RecC3a 7.2
                Restore structural damage and mitigation assessment personnel and equipment to normal operations
 RecC3a 7.3     Complete appropriate structural damage and mitigation assessment documentation
 RecC3a 8.2     Restore economic and community recovery personnel and equipment to normal operations
 RecC3a 8.3     Complete appropriate economic and community recovery documentation



Recover C3b     Structural Damage and Mitigation Assessment
  RecC3b 1      Develop plans, programs, and systems for economic and community recovery
 RecC3b 1.1
                Develop community recovery, mitigation, and economic stabilization plans, programs, and procedures
 RecC3b 1.1.1   Develop resumption, restoration, and recovery plans
  RecC3b 1.2    Identify representatives and Federal support programs and agencies to engage in support efforts
                Identify appropriate Federal programs to support implementation of long-term recovery plans and gaps
 RecC3b 1.3
                under current authorities and funding
  RecC3b 1.4    Coordinate recovery and mitigation planning
   RecC3b 2     Develop and implement training and exercises for economic and community recovery
  RecC3b 2.1    Develop and implement training programs for economic and community recovery
 RecC3b 2.1.1   Develop and conduct training in stabilization and recovery
  RecC3b 2.2    Develop and implement exercise programs for economic and community recovery
 RecC3b 2.2.2   Exercise recovery plans
   RecC3b 3     Direct and coordinate operations for economic and community recovery
  RecC3b 3.1    Assign responsibilities to assure follow-through with recovery and hazard mitigation efforts
  RecC3b 3.2    Prioritize recovery sequence for economic and community recovery
  RecC3b 3.3    Coordinate the request for State/Federal aid
  RecC3b 3.4    Coordinate regional and State support for community recovery and rehabilitation services
  RecC3b 3.5    Coordinate resolution of issues and delivery of Federal assistance
  RecC3b 3.6    Establish long-term recovery goals for economic and community recovery
   RecC3b 4     Activate economic and community recovery
  RecC3b 4.1    Conduct dispatch and notification for economic and community recovery personnel
 RecC3b 4.1.1   Mobilize requests for technical experts to assist in recovery efforts
  RecC3b 4.2    Establish community recovery assistance programs
 RecC3b 4.2.1   Establish public assistance and claims centers
 RecC3b 4.2.2   Implement community recovery, mitigation, and economic stabilization plans
 RecC3b 4.2.3   Implement private-sector recovery, local assistance, and recovery and mitigation plans
 RecC3b 4.2.4   Implement private-sector recovery, local assistance, and recovery and mitigation plans
  RecC3b 4.3    Implement Federal assistance programs
                Implement and manage Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Public Assistance Program
 RecC3b 4.3.1
                (PA) to support the repair and restoration of public property
 RecC3b 4.4     Implement State, regional, tribal, and local assistance and recovery plans
                Conduct post-event assessment and planning to effect successful long-term recovery, including the
 RecC3b 4.5
                mitigation of damages from future disasters
  RecC3b 5      Assess and prioritize needs for economic and community resources
                Conduct post-event assessment and planning to effect successful long-term recovery, including the
 RecC3b 5.1
                mitigation of damages from future disasters
  RecC3b 5.2    Assess the situation and forecast economic needs for victims
   RecC3b 6     Provide monetary relief
  RecC3b 6.1    Assess business recovery needs
 RecC3b 6.1.1   Provide disaster loans for business
                Provide economic stabilization, community recovery, and mitigation support and/or financial restitution to
 RecC3b 6.2
                key service sectors (e.g., medical, financial, public health and safety)
  RecC3b 6.3    Operate individual assistance programs
 RecC3b 6.3.1   Provide disaster unemployment assistance
RecC3b 6.3.1.1   Provide unemployment claims assistance
 RecC3b 6.3.2    Provide disaster loans for individuals
 RecC3b 6.3.3    Provide financial counseling
  RecC3b 6.4     Notify appropriate authorities of disaster relief reimbursement vehicles
  RecC3b 6.5     Process entity restitution/reimbursement claims
   RecC3b 7      Provide non-monetary relief
  RecC3b 7.1     Assess and quantify projected housing needs
 RecC3b 7.1.1    Develop preliminary temporary housing plan
  RecC3b 7.2     Participate and facilitate recovery activities related to public works and engineering
  RecC3b 7.3     Provide family support services
  RecC3b 7.4     Provide temporary housing
  RecC3b 7.5     Provide temporary housing
   RecC3b 8      Demobilize economic and community recovery
  RecC3b 8.1     Develop a demobilization plan for economic and community recovery



Recover C4a      Restoration of Economy & Institutions
  RecC4a 1       Develop plans, policies, and systems for restoration of economy and institutions
 RecC4a 1.1      Develop market-based comprehensive long-term economic recovery plan
 RecC4a 1.2      Develop business recovery programs

 RecC4a 1.3    Gather reports from Federal departments and agencies, and impacted State, local, and tribal governments
               and assess the scope and magnitude of the economic impacts on the geographic region
               Establish procedures to provide building owners and occupants information on the extent of damage to
               their building, procedures for entering and removing personal possessions from damaged buildings,
  RecC4a 1.4
               standards for repairing the damage to their buildings and standards for re-occupancy or demolition of
               structure
   RecC4a 2    Develop and implement training and exercises for restoration of economy and institutions
   RecC4a 3    Direct and coordinate operations for restoration of economy and institutions
               Develop and coordinate assessment techniques to reinstitute manufacturing operations and product
  RecC4a 3.1
               holding and transport as part of recovery operations
  RecC4a 3.2   Coordinate risk reduction projects
  RecC4a 3.3   Coordinate economic stabilization
  RecC4a 3.4   Coordinate regional and State support for community recovery and rehabilitation services
  RecC4a 3.5   Implement cost benefit analysis
  RecC4a 3.6   Support food recovery
   RecC4a 4    Activate restoration of economy and institutions
               Implement and manage USDA Farm Services Agency (FSA) and Rural Development (RD) assistance and
  RecC4a 4.1
               development programs
   RecC4a 5    Assess loss to impacted sector(s) (including finance)
   RecC4a 6    Coordinate restoration of activities based on priority
   RecC4a 7    Coordinate repair and/or rebuilding of damaged institutions and businesses
  RecC4a 7.1   Provide economic stabilization
               Provide economic stabilization, community recovery, mitigation support, and financial restitution to
 RecC4a 7.1.1
               agriculture
RecC4a 7.1.1.1 Provide financial management and reimbursement to affected agriculture entities
   RecC4a 8    Restore public confidence
  RecC4a 8.1   Identify and provide protection support for critical economic infrastructure and key assets
   RecC4a 9    Put mechanism/policy in place to support rebuilding local economy (businesses)
  RecC4a 10    Demobilize from restoration of economy and institutions

								
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