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									Individual Assistance (IA) Forms
   Provided to assist you with reporting damages.
   Same general type of form that FEMA will use if a federal
    assessment is warranted.
   Forms captures much of the required information needed in
    your final report.
   Always remember if you report it, someone will verify it. Try
    to be as accurate as you can.
   Always be able to return to the incident and gather the same
    basic information.
   Be Complete!
IA Field Assessment Form
   Use the complete road or street name. Signs may not be
    available during the survey. Accurate maps should
    always be carried.
   Each sheet should be used for only one road. You may
    have multiple sheets for the surveyed road.
   On the top of the form be sure to use the numbering
    system and staple all sheets together.
   Under the address line, if you do not have the numerical
    number, be sure to draw a line through the field,
    indicating a structure. You may be able to fill this
    information in later.
IA Field Assessment Form
   Be sure and mark on your map areas that are
    inaccessible to your assessment team. Someone
    will have to return and do the assessment at a
    later date.
   DO NOT include any out buildings, storage
    houses, sheds, fences, or automobiles. Assess
    only the structure in which someone lives.
   Total each sheet in the area provided at the
    bottom. Use a summary sheet to tally your
   List all team members and any comments from
    the survey.
IA Field Assessment Form

   You as a team leader should always keep a
    copy of your work.
   Be sure to turn in the survey to whom you
    were told in the briefing before you started.
   Insist on doing a compete briefing of all
    documents upon completion of survey.
IA Assessment Summary
   It is possible, on a very large scale event to have
    more than one IA Summary sheet. Establish a
    numbering system that facilitates your having one
    master total sheet.
   You should initial, date and time stamp each
    summary sheet you use.
   Have one person who gathers and works this
    issue. Be sure they are available during the
    duration of the survey. Refer all questions or
    issues to this individual.
    PNP/Business Field Assessment
   Establish a number for each PNP/Business Field Assessment you
    gather and input the data.
   This assessment can easily be done in conjunction with the IA
    assessment. But if you are dealing with large numbers of
    businesses then you should consider a separate assessment team
    handling just the PNP/Business Assessment.
   Be very careful and count all businesses and industries. If your
    community receives a visit by a joint PDA team, you must be able to
    identify all businesses and types damages received.
   Be sure the data is as complete as possible to include proper
   Have one person who gathers and works this issue. Be sure they
    are available during the federal assessment. Refer all questions and
    issues to this individual.
Public Assistance Worksheet
   Worksheet is used as a tool to assist with PA
   Use separate sheets for debris, road system or
    public/government facilities.
   When counting cubic yards of debris, be sure that
    object counts are completely full. Tree count are
    those with full crowns.
   Have one person who is responsible for gathering
    this information from all reporting sources. All
    questions should be referred to this individual.
Post Incident Report
   Be sure to always to include name and date of event,
    specified city or county, date/time and submitted by.
   As a general rule the form will be faxed to Georgia
    Emergency Management Agency. Guidance on this issue will
    come from the Regional Coordinator assigned to your region.
   The information presented on this form will determine the
    amount and kinds of assistance that the State of Georgia will
    provide or assistance they may seek from the federal level.
   Accurate and timely reporting can be the determining factor
    for your community. The lack of accurate and timely reporting
    may prevent you and others in the state from receiving
Post Incident Report Continued
   When reporting percentages of damage, (or not in service),
    report on that which is not in service. If you put down 20%,
    you are simply stating that 20% of your workforce or
    equipment has been damaged or is out of service. If you
    are operating at 100% then you simply leave this field
    blank. This is your best estimate. It relates to a snapshot of
    your community’s ability to respond and recover.
   List any pending issues that you are dealing with or
    possible issues that may present themselves. Pending
    issues could include, POD operations, life safety such as
    rescue, failure of water and sewage plant, or need for long
    term shelters. These are only a few, but think in terms of
Post Incident Report Continued
   Data should be as accurate as possible.
    The more data that is collected and the
    more times this report is submitted the data
    will become more and more accurate as it
    relates to the post incident events in your
   All information that pertains to this report
    must be handled by your local Emergency
    Management Agency. No other agency
    should submit this report.
   PDA teams should be trained, equipped
    and ready to respond as soon as it is safe.
   PDA teams should participate in exercises
    to improve their abilities and verify their
   PDA should not be consider an exact
    science, sometimes you have to make a
    decision on best available information.

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