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					STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
September 30, 2009


                        STATE SUPPORT FUNCTION (SSF) ANNEX 5
                    EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, RECOVERY & MITIGATION

VTSEOP
September 30, 2009

PRIMARY: Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management

SUPPORT: All State Support Functions and other agencies. Actual participation in the overall
effort is dependent of the size and scope of the disaster or incident and the phase of incident
and emergency management (awareness, preparedness, prevention, response, recovery or
mitigation).

I.     INTRODUCTION

       A. The purpose of this State Support Function is to support the overall activities of the State
          government for incident management. SSF 5 provides the core management and
          administrative functions in support of the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC),
          established Regional Coordination Centers (RCC) and field operations to include
          deployment of the State Rapid Assessment and Assistance Team (SRAAT). This SSF
          also supports state operational elements at the Joint Field Office (JFO), if established.

       B. This SSF includes support of community recovery and restoration efforts by providing
          the framework and to establish uniform policies for the State to address those needs for
          local governments, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and the private sector to
          accomplish recovery and restoration tasks resulting from a natural or technological
          emergency or disaster.

       C. Recovery and restoration actions following any emergency or disaster will be determined
          by the specific event. Several federal, state, and local jurisdictions may be involved
          depending on the hazard and scope of the situation. Local jurisdictions will lead recovery
          activities for their jurisdiction.

       D. Recovery and restoration activities are operational in nature and begin while response
          operation activities are still underway. For most events, these activities will begin in the
          State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) as staff works to assemble data on the
          extent of damages. If warranted, the Director, VEM may recommend that the Governor
          seek federal disaster assistance, which may include a Presidential Emergency or
          Disaster Declaration. Recovery and restoration activities for state, federal, and volunteer
          agencies will be coordinated by a state/federal Joint Field Office (JFO), if and when it is
          established.

       E. In the wake of a catastrophic disaster, the Governor may direct the formation of the
          Vermont State Recovery and Restoration Task Force (RRTF). The RRTF initially will be
          composed of the Governor’s Cabinet and may additionally include the extended Cabinet
          depending on the type and magnitude of the emergency. The purpose of the RRTF is to
          recommend and coordinate efforts to restore normalcy to areas adversely impacted by
          the disaster. RRTF members are further explained in the Concept of Operations of this



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      SSF. The Director, VEM will coordinate support for the RRTF, as necessary. If a JFO is
      established, the activities of the RRTF and the JFO must be coordinated.

   F. Emergencies or disasters involving radiological materials will require special attention in
      the recovery and restoration phase. Activation of the RRTF can be expected as a
      response to fixed facility radiological emergencies.

II. MISSION

   The mission of this State Support Function is to support all State agencies and departments
   across the spectrum of incident management from preparedness and prevention to
   response and recovery, as well as mitigation. That includes but is not limited to: facilitating
   information flow in all phases of incident management from pre-incident prevention to
   recovery and mitigation, supporting and facilitating multi-agency planning and coordination
   and coordination of available Federal and State programs and resources for recovery and
   mitigation.

III. CONCEPT OF OPERATION

   A. Vermont Emergency Management Division (VEM) is responsible for the coordination of
      all SSF-5 administrative, management, planning, training, preparedness, mitigation,
      response, and recovery activities. This includes Emergency Alert System (EAS) and
      disaster management software coordination, training and management; and developing,
      coordinating, and maintaining the SSF-5, disaster management software and EAS SOPs
      and guidelines. All SSF-5 supporting agencies will assist VEM in the planning and
      execution of the above.

   B. Coordination with all supporting and other appropriate departments/agencies and
      organizations will be performed to ensure continual operational readiness.

   C. SSF 5 is organized in accordance with the National Incident Management System
      (NIMS). The structure supports the general staff functions described in the NIMS at each
      of the State multi-agency coordination centers (e.g., SEOC, RCC, Health Operations
      Center - HOC). These functions include: Command Support, Operations, Planning,
      Logistics and Finance/Administration. They are more fully described in Tab 2 (SEOC
      Operations Procedures) of this Annex.

   D. The Recovery and Restoration Task Force (RRTF) activation will be requested when a
      significant statewide emergency exists or a federal disaster assistance request is
      anticipated.

   E. The RRTF will serve as the policy group for the Governor on a program of recovery and
      restoration. The RRTF is intended to complement, not conflict with, the activities of the
      JFO. The focus will include:

      1. Determining the economic and environmental impact of the recovery to the state, the
         affected local jurisdictions, people, property, businesses, and industry.

      2. Determining the measures for losses necessary to continue recovery such as:


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          a. Contamination clean up.

          b. Control of adulterated food.

          c. Financial aid and compensation.

      3. Continuing public information activities such as public announcements on recovery
         and restoration and instructions on applying for financial aid and compensation.

      4. The RRTF will be supported as needed by incorporating the necessary SSFs and
         agencies into the Incident Coordination Team (ICT) of the SEOC.

   F. SSF-5 will perform the following functions:

      1. Information Gathering and Processing: Collect and process Essential Elements of
         Information (EEI) from local governments, municipalities, SSFs, and other sources;
         disseminate information for use by Operations and provide input for reports and
         briefings to support incident situational awareness. As a minimum, the following
         information is required:

          a. Deaths.

          b. Injuries/Disease Cases.

          c. Hospitalizations.

          d. Missing persons.

          e. Boundaries of the disaster area and designation of an area of operations (Hot
             Zone, Contaminated Areas.

          e. Political boundaries.

          f.   Infrastructure status (transportation, communications, dams, public works,
               energy, medical and agriculture).

          g. Private sector impact information (Businesses, private homes, rental units).

          h. Hazard-specific information.

          i.   Weather data.

          j.   Activated emergency management facilities (SSF/State Agency Operations
               Centers, RCCs. Local EOCs).

          k. Shelter and mass care information (Shelters open, # of occupants, # of meals
             served).



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         l.   Immediate life threatening needs.

         m. Fires reported in impacted area.

         n. Lists of non-state resources operating within state boundaries.

         o. Re-entry guidelines.

      2. SSF-5 will consolidate information into Situation Reports (SITREPs), situation
         updates, situation summaries and briefings, as required, to describe and document
         overall response activities. The SSF provides information to the Command Group
         and DHS, FEMA concerning all aspects of response and recovery operations to
         include evacuations, shelters, damages, injuries and fatalities.

      3. SSF-5 will maintain and update status boards with current information, maps, charts
         and other means such as electronic displays as available.

      4. SSF-5 will coordinate the operation of EAS when required by the SEOC Operations
         Section Chief.

         a. EAS will disseminate disaster related information to include, but not limited to,
            recommended protective actions, shelter locations, current situation, and re-
            entry.

         b. EAS may be activated at any time during emergency operations. During a
            hurricane scenario, EAS normally becomes operational upon the declaration of a
            State of Emergency by the Governor or upon his request for a voluntary
            evacuation.

      5. SSF-5 will provide weather and climate information during emergencies and
         disasters as required.

      6. SSF-5 will organize, develop, and provide staff supervision for hazard-specific
         advisory teams (i.e. hydrology and dam failure).

      7. SSF-5 will consolidate and disseminate State-Rapid Assessment & Assistance Team
         (S-RAAT) information.

      8. Resource Allocation and Tasking: Accomplished by SSF 5 through Operations
         Section Chief.

      9. Coordinate the transition from response to recovery in field operations.

      10. Identify appropriate Federal and State programs and agencies to support
          implementation of the incident recovery plan (Support Annex 7 – Recovery &
          Restoration), ensure coordination of those efforts and identify gaps in resources
          available.




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      11. Determine and identify responsibilities for recovery activities and provide a vehicle to
          maintain continuity in program delivery among Federal, State, local governments and
          other involved partners, to ensure follow-through on recovery and hazard mitigation
          efforts.

IV. SSF ACTIONS

   A. Preparedness

      1. Develop procedures and formats for information gathering and reporting to include
         procedures for SITREP format and submission.

      2. Train support agencies on roles and responsibilities.

      3. In coordination with the Operations Section, develop information displays within the
         SEOC.

      4. Ensure weather products are up to date and available.

      5. Identify and provide supervision for hazard-specific advisory teams.

      6. Plan for support of mobilization sites, staging areas, and distribution points.

      7. In coordination with Planning Section, develop plans for JFO transition.

      8. Participate in state exercises and conduct, at least annually, an SSF-5 workshop,
         drill or exercise to validate this annex and supporting SOPs and annexes.
         Involvement in actual incidents in which the SEOP is activated satisfies this
         requirement.

      9. Develop and maintain Field Operating Guidelines for the S-RAAT and other field
         elements.

      10. Integrate identified recovery and mitigation action steps and planning efforts with
          preparedness and response planning.

      11. Be prepared to increase SEOC activation levels, as needed, should an incident have
          the potential to occur based on increased awareness information (e.g. Weather
          Warning or Threat Condition change). Provide a situational awareness briefing to
          SSFs and supporting State agencies.

   B. Response

      1. Notify all SSF-5 supporting agencies upon activation.

      2. Activate appropriate SSF’s as required by the incident.

      3. Provide a situational awareness briefing to SSFs.



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      4. Develop the initial Incident Action Plan.

      5. Coordinate and schedule a staffing pattern for the period of activation.

      6. Assign duties to support agency personnel and provide training as required.

      7. Maintain communications with DHS, FEMA Region I and provide a SITREP as
         required by the situation.

      8. Coordinate SEOC effort in collecting, processing, reporting and displaying essential
         information to include development of the SITREP.

      9. Conduct planning to identify priorities, develop approaches, and devise
         recommended solutions for future response operations.

      10. Activate EAS, as required.

      11. In coordination with the Operations Section Chief, activate hazard-specific advisory
          teams, as required.

      12. Provide weather information and coordinate briefings to the State Incident
          Coordination Team (SICT) and/or the Governor, as required.

      13. Coordinate and document initial damage assessment activities related to critical
          facilities, other infrastructure, businesses (including agricultural) and individual
          homes.

      14. Identify and request the appropriate level of Federal assistance.

      15. Coordinate the reception of DHS, FEMA Incident Management Assistance Team
          (IMAT) personnel.

      16. Plan for transition to JFO and recovery operations.

   C. Recovery

      1. Continue information gathering and processing.

      2. Collect and process information concerning recovery activities to include anticipating
         types of recovery information the SEOC and other government agencies will require.

      3. Identify appropriate Federal and State programs and agencies to support
         implementation of the incident recovery plan (Support Annex 7 – Disaster Recovery),
         ensure coordination of those efforts and identify gaps in resources available.

      4. Assist in the transition of direction and control from the SEOC to the JFO.

      5. Anticipate, plan for, and ready the necessary notification systems to support
         establishment of staging areas, distribution sites in coordination with SSF-7, a JFO,


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           DRCs, JICs and other local, state and/or federal emergency work teams and
           activities in the impacted area.

        6. Operate SSF-5 cells in both the SEOC and JFO, as required.

        7. Ensure that SSF-5 team members or their agencies maintain appropriate records of
           costs incurred during the event.

   D.      Mitigation:

        1. Provide assistance as requested.

        2. Per the State Hazard Mitigation Plan, identify losses avoided due to previous
           mitigation efforts.

        3. Assist local jurisdictions and State agencies in identifying new projects and priorities
           for mitigation in the impacted area and throughout the State.

        4. Implement the post-disaster mitigation actions outlined in the State Hazard Mitigation
           Plan.

V. RESPONSIBILITIES

   A. Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management

        1. Identify, train, and assign VEM personnel to staff SSF-5 in the SEOC. Identify, train,
           and assign a VEM Liaison Officer to EAS.

        2. In coordination with other SSFs and agencies, develop procedures and formats for
           information gathering, reporting, and SEOC displays. Provide continuous updated
           information to EAS.

        3. Develop and conduct training to ensure support agencies understand roles and
           responsibilities to include disaster management software and EAS staff training.

        4. Identify hazard-specific advisory team requirements.

        5. Plan for support of mobilization sites, staging areas, and distribution points.

        6. Develop plans, procedures, equipment lists and staffing rosters for JFO transition.

        7. Be prepared to increase SEOC activation levels, as needed, should an incident have
           the potential to occur based on increased awareness information (e.g. Weather
           Warning or Threat Condition change). Provide a situational awareness briefing to
           SSFs.

        8. Coordinate and document initial damage assessment activities related to critical
           facilities, other infrastructure, businesses (including agricultural) and individual
           homes.


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       9. Identify appropriate Federal and State programs and agencies to support
          implementation of the incident recovery plan (Support Annex 7 – Disaster Recovery),
          ensure coordination of those efforts and identify gaps in resources available.

       10. Implement the post-disaster mitigation actions outlined in the State Hazard Mitigation
           Plan.

B. General for all supporting Agencies, Departments and Organizations

       1. Provide situational awareness information (incident specific EEI) to SSF 5 during
          emergency situations, as requested.

       2. Execute responsibilities as outlined in the SEOP Base Plan and in the SSF,
          Organizational and Support Annexes.

       3. Provide personnel to the SICT, SRAAT, JIC, RRTF, IFO and EOF, as requested and
          outlined in Tab 1 and 7 to this annex, to assist SSF operations.

       4. Identify staff technical experts to provide subject matter expertise, data, advice and
          staff support for operations that fall within the domain of each agency.

       5. Provide mitigation program support as outlined in the State Hazard Mitigation Plan.

       6. Support emergency planning efforts, as requested.

       7. Participate in preparedness activities, orientations, drills and exercises to support the
          execution of the SEOP and RERP.

C. Specific Agency Responsibilities for SSF 5

       1. Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets

          a. Provide agricultural disaster impact assessment information.

          b. Provide technical assistance for agricultural market recovery.

          c. Provide technical assistance for resource conservation.

       2. Agency of Commerce and Community Development

          a. Provide technical assistance for community economic recovery.

          b. Provide technical assistance in community planning.

          c. Provide technical assistance on facility and site historic preservation and
             recovery.




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      3. Agency of Human Services

         a. Identify, train, and assign personnel to maintain contact with and prepare to
            execute missions in support of SSF-5 during periods of activation.

         b. Provide PIO personnel to support EAS operation.

         c. Provide disaster impact assessment information regarding nursing homes and
            assisted living facilities.

      4. Agency of Natural Resources

          a. Department of Environmental Conservation

             (1)   Identify, train, and assign personnel to maintain contact with and prepare to
                   execute missions in support of SSF-5 during periods of activation. On
                   order, staff SSF-5 in the SEOC.

             (2)   Organize an advisory team to assess the situation, project future
                   requirements, and provide information in the event of a dam failure
                   emergency.

             (3)   Organize an advisory team to assess the situation, project future
                   requirements, and provide information in the event of a flood emergency.

         b   Department of Fish and Wildlife

             Monitor the effects of contamination on fish and wildlife.

         c. Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation

             (1)   Identify, train, and assign personnel to maintain contact with and prepare
                   to execute missions in support of SSF-5 during periods of activation.

             (2)   Provide personnel to support SSF-5 operations and provide state park
                   camping occupancy data.

             (3)   Provide damage impact assessment information regarding state parks and
                   recreational facilities.

         d. State Climatologist

             (1)   Identify, train, and assign personnel to maintain contact with and prepare
                   to execute missions in support of SSF-5 during periods of activation.

             (2)   Ensure weather products are up to date and available and provide training
                   as required.

             (4)   Provide weather information and briefings to the SICT and/or the


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                    Governor, as required.

      5. Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities & Health Care Administration

          a. Identify, train, and assign personnel to maintain contact with and prepare to
             execute missions in support of SSF-5 during periods of activation.

          b. Coordinate the activities of private sector insurance disaster specialists working
             within the area of operations.

      6. Department of Taxes

          a. Assists in compiling statistics related to the fiscal impacts of the emergency or
             disaster.

          b. Provides assistance to local jurisdictions for maintenance or reconstruction of tax
             records.

          c. Adjusts tax reporting/collection requirements to allow for business resumption.

      7. VT Interactive Television

          a. Identify, train, and assign personnel to maintain contact with and prepare to
             execute missions in support of SSF-5 during periods of activation.

          b. Provide training and exercise assistance to VEM, as required.

          c. Be prepared to provide video-teleconferencing capability during actual incidents,
             as required.

      8. American Red Cross

          Provides disaster and claims assistance to victims and workers.

VI. FEDERAL INTERFACE

   A. This SSF is supported by National Response Plan ESF-5, Emergency Management and
      ESF-14, Long-Term Community Recovery and Mitigation. Federal response for this
      function will be limited to the provision of representatives from federal agencies as
      requested by the Director, VEM. These representatives are authorized to provide
      emergency/disaster assistance available under statutory or secretarial authorities. The
      Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO), appointed by the President, will coordinate the
      provision of federal assistance subsequent to an emergency or major disaster
      declaration, in conjunction with the State Coordinating Officer (SCO).

   B. Federal ESF-5 and 14 personnel will normally deploy to the state as a part of the ERT-A
      and later staff the JFO. When feasible, Federal ESF-5 and ESF-14 will collocate with
      SSF-5. Once established in the JFO Federal ESF-5 executes four functions:



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      1. Situation Status: Collects, analyzes, and displays information pertaining to the
         disaster situation and the location of critical resources.

      2. Planning Support: Analyzes long-term trends and develops strategic plans.

      3. Documentation: Maintains archival files and records.

      4. Technical Services: Establishes and maintains geographic information system (GIS)
         capability within the JFO.

   C. SSF-5 will coordinate with Federal ESF-5 and ESF-14 to obtain federal assistance as
      required.




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                                              TAB A TO SSF ANNEX 5 (SSF #5)
                                      EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, RECOVERY & MITIGATION

# OF
        POSITION TITLE                  SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
        Executive Department                              SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Finance/Admin                                         SEOC           Administration
        Representative                                    Mitigation
        Executive Department                              SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Finance/Admin                                         SEOC           Administration
        Representative                                    Mitigation
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           Administration
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Administration
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           Administration
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Administration
1A      Governor’s Rep.                 VY/ RERP                                              TBD            Administration
1A      Governor’s Rep.                 VY/ RERP                                              TBD            Administration
1A      Governor’s Rep.                 VY/ RERP                                              TBD            Administration
        Information Officer (SSF 14
1A                                      Command           SSF 14 Public Information           SEOC           Agriculture
        Public Information Lead)
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Logistics Section Chief         Logistics                                             SEOC           Agriculture
                                                          Mitigation
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                      Operations                                            On Site        Agriculture
        (on call)                                         Resources
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                      Operations                                            On Site        Agriculture
        (on call)                                         Resources
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                      Operations                                            On Site        Agriculture
        (on call)                                         Resources
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                      Operations                                            On Site        Agriculture
        (on call)                                         Resources
        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                      Operations                                            SEOC           Agriculture
        Resources Lead                                    Resources
        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                      Operations                                            SEOC           Agriculture
        Resources Lead                                    Resources
        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                      Operations                                            SEOC           Agriculture
        Resources Lead                                    Resources
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Planning Section Chief          Planning                                              SEOC           Agriculture
                                                          Mitigation


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# OF
        POSITION TITLE             SECTION              SSF #                              SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Information Officer        Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          Tri-State DFO   Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 4 Firefighting                 SEOC            Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC            Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 12 Energy                      SEOC            Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials         SEOC            Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 12 Energy                      SEOC            Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC            Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC            Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 4 Firefighting                 SEOC            Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials         SEOC            Agriculture
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC            Agriculture
                                                        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural       Tri-State
1A      Agriculture Advisor        VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
                                                        Resources                          FRMAC
                                                        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural       Tri-State
1A      Agriculture Advisor        VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
                                                        Resources                          FRMAC
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                           10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
        Member                                                                             EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                           10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
        Member                                                                             EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                           10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
        Member                                                                             EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                           10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
        Member                                                                             EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                           10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
        Member                                                                             EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                           10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
        Member                                                                             EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                           10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
        Member                                                                             EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                           10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
        Member                                                                             EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                           10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP                                                                Agriculture
        Member                                                                             EPZ
1A      Post Plume Sampling Team   VY/ RERP                                                10 & 50 mile    Agriculture


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# OF
        POSITION TITLE                  SECTION           SSF #                               SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
        Member                                                                                EPZ
        Patient Coordination Unit                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Operations                                            VAHHS           AHS
        Leader                                            Mitigation
        Patient Coordination Unit                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Operations                                            VAHHS           AHS
        Leader                                            Mitigation
        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food &
1A                                      Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            AHS
        Water Lead
        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food &
1A                                      Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            AHS
        Water Lead
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC            AHS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC            AHS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC            AHS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC            AHS
1A      Assistant EOF State Liaison     VY/ RERP                                              EOF             AHS
1A      Assistant EOF State Liaison     VY/ RERP                                              EOF             AHS
1A      EOF Radio/Tele Oper             VY/ RERP          SSF 2 Communications                EOF             AHS
1A      EOF Radio/Tele Oper             VY/ RERP          SSF 2 Communications                EOF             AHS
1A      EOF Radio/Tele Oper             VY/ RERP          SSF 2 Communications                EOF             AHS
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      EOF State Liaison               VY/ RERP                                              EOF             AHS
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      EOF State Liaison               VY/ RERP                                              EOF             AHS
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Individual Assistance Officer   VY/ RERP                                              Tri-State DFO   AHS
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Individual Assistance Officer   VY/ RERP                                              Tri-State DFO   AHS
                                                          Mitigation
                                                                                                              AHS-Aging and
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            Independent
                                                                                                              Living
                                                                                                              AHS-Aging and
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            Independent
                                                                                                              Living
                                                                                                              AHS-Aging and
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC
                                                                                                              Independent


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION           SSF #                               SITE             AGENCY
STAFF
                                                                                                            Living
                                                                                                            AHS-Aging and
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC             Independent
                                                                                                            Living
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                         Newport          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                          District         Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                         Bennington       AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                          District         Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                                          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       Barre District
        (on call)                                                                                           Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                         St. Johnsbury    AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                          District         Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                         Burlington       AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                          District         Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                         Brattleboro      AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                          District         Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                         Springfield      AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                          District         Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                                          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site
        (on call)                                                                                           Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                                          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site
        (on call)                                                                                           Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                                          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site
        (on call)                                                                                           Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                                          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site
        (on call)                                                                                           Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                         St. Albans       AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                          District         Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                                          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                                           Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                                          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                                           Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                                          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                                           Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                                          AHS-Children &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                                           Families


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                 SECTION           SSF #                               SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                           Rutland         AHS-Children &
1A                                     Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                            District        Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                           White River     AHS-Children &
1A                                     Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                            Jct. District   Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                           White River     AHS-Children &
1A                                     Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                            Jct. District   Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                           Morrisville     AHS-Children &
1A                                     Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                            District        Families
        SRAAT Technical Specialist                                                           Middlebury      AHS-Children &
1A                                     Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
        (on call)                                                                            District        Families
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Demobilization Unit Leader     Planning                                              SEOC            AHS-Corrections
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Resources Unit Leader          Planning                                              SEOC            AHS-Corrections
                                                         Mitigation
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC            AHS-Corrections
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC            AHS-Corrections
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            AHS-Corrections
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC            AHS-Corrections
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC            AHS-Corrections
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            AHS-Corrections
        Information Officer (SSF 14
1A                                     Command           SSF 14 Public Information           SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Public Information Lead)
        Information Officer (SSF 14
1A                                     Command           SSF 14 Public Information           SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Public Information Lead)
1A      Crisis Counselor Coordinator   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            AHS-VDH
1A      Crisis Counselor Coordinator   Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Patient Coordination Unit                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                     Operations                                            SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Leader                                           Mitigation
        Patient Coordination Unit                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                     Operations                                            SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Leader                                           Mitigation
        Patient Coordination Unit                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                     Operations                                            SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Leader                                           Mitigation
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                     Operations        SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     On Site         AHS-VDH
        (on call)
1A      SRAAT Technical Specialist     Operations        SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     On Site         AHS-VDH

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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION              SSF #                              SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    On Site         AHS-VDH
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    On Site         AHS-VDH
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    On Site         AHS-VDH
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    On Site         AHS-VDH
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    On Site         AHS-VDH
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    On Site         AHS-VDH
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    On Site         AHS-VDH
        (on call)
        SSF 8 Health & Medical
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Services Lead
        SSF 8 Health & Medical
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Services Lead
        SSF 8 Health & Medical
1A                                   Operations           SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Services Lead
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Planning Section Chief       Planning                                                SEOC            AHS-VDH
                                                          Mitigation
1A      Information Officer          Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          Tri-State DFO   AHS-VDH
        JIC News Media Center
1A                                   Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Clerical
        JIC News Media Center
1A                                   Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Media Room Liaison
        JIC News Media Center
1A                                   Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          SEOC            AHS-VDH
        Media Room Liaison
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials         SEOC            AHS-VDH
                                                          SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support                                             SEOC            AHS-VDH
                                                          Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC            AHS-VDH
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC            AHS-VDH


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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           AHS-VDH
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC           AHS-VDH
                                                       SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support                                           SEOC           AHS-VDH
                                                       Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           AHS-VDH
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           AHS-VDH
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           AHS-VDH
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
1A      Medical Examiner to SSF 8    SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
1A      Medical Examiner to SSF 8    SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
1A      Medical Examiner to SSF 8    SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        Assistant Dose Assessment
1A                                   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        Analyst to SSF 8
        Assistant Dose Assessment
1A                                   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        Analyst to SSF 8
        Assistant Dose Assessment
1A                                   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        Analyst to SSF 8
        Assistant Dose Assessment
1A                                   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        Analyst to SSF 8
        Asst. Radiological Health
1A                                   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     IFO            AHS-VDH
        Advisor
        Asst. Radiological Health
1A                                   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     IFO            AHS-VDH
        Advisor
        Asst. Radiological Health
1A                                   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     IFO            AHS-VDH
        Advisor
                                                                                           Tri-State
1A      Dose Assessment Analyst      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
                                                                                           FRMAC
                                                                                           Tri-State
1A      Dose Assessment Analyst      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
                                                                                           FRMAC
        Dose Assessment Analyst to
1A                                   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        SSF 8
        Dose Assessment Analyst to
1A                                   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        SSF 8


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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION          SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
        Dose Assessment Analyst to
1A                                   VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        SSF 8
                                                                                          Tri-State
1A      Health Advisor               VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
                                                                                          FRMAC
                                                                                          Tri-State
1A      Health Advisor               VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
                                                                                          FRMAC
                                                                                          Tri-State
1A      Health Rep.                  VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
                                                                                          FRMAC
                                                                                          Tri-State
1A      Health Rep.                  VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
                                                                                          FRMAC
                                                                                          Tri-State
1A      Health Rep.                  VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
                                                                                          FRMAC
        Medical Evacuation
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                             IFO            AHS-VDH
        Coordinator
        Medical Evacuation
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                             IFO            AHS-VDH
        Coordinator
        Medical Evacuation
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                             IFO            AHS-VDH
        Coordinator
1A      Messenger                    VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab        AHS-VDH
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                                            AHS-VDH
        Member                                                                            EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                                            AHS-VDH
        Member                                                                            EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                                            AHS-VDH
        Member                                                                            EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                                            AHS-VDH
        Member                                                                            EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                                            AHS-VDH
        Member                                                                            EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                                            AHS-VDH
        Member                                                                            EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                                            AHS-VDH
        Member                                                                            EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1A                                   VY/ RERP                                                            AHS-VDH
        Member                                                                            EPZ
1A      Primary Dose Assessment      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     Tri-State      AHS-VDH


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                  SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
        Analyst                                                                               FRMAC
        Primary Dose Assessment
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        Analyst to SSF 8
        Primary Health Advisor                                                                Tri-State
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
        (Health Rep)                                                                          FRMAC
1A      Program Services Clerk          VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab        AHS-VDH
1A      Radiation Lab Analyst           VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab        AHS-VDH
1A      Radiation Lab Assist. Analyst   VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab        AHS-VDH
        Radiation Laboratory
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab        AHS-VDH
        Administrator
        Radiation Laboratory
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab        AHS-VDH
        Coordinator
1A      Radiation Program Chief         VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab        AHS-VDH
1A      Radiation Program Chief         VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab        AHS-VDH
        Radiological Health Advisor
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        to SSF 8
        Radiological Health Advisor
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        to SSF 8
        Radiological Health Advisor
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AHS-VDH
        to SSF 8
        Reception Center Personnel                                                            Reception
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
        Monitoring                                                                            Center
        Reception Center Personnel                                                            Reception
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
        Monitoring                                                                            Center
        Reception Center Personnel                                                            Reception
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
        Monitoring                                                                            Center
        Reception Center Personnel                                                            Reception
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
        Monitoring                                                                            Center
        Reception Center Personnel                                                            Reception
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
        Monitoring                                                                            Center
        Reception Center Personnel                                                            Reception
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
        Monitoring                                                                            Center
        RM&D Technical Advisor                                                                Reception
1A                                      VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services                    AHS-VDH
        Alternate/Trainee                                                                     Center
1A      Crisis Counselor Coordinator    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           AHS-VDH - MH


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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                 SECTION              SSF #                            SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                    American Humane
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                            Resources                                       Assoc
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                    American Humane
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                            Resources                                       Assoc
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                    American Humane
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                            Resources                                       Assoc
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                    American Humane
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                            Resources                                       Assoc
        Information Officer (SSF 14
1A                                     Command              SSF 14 Public Information        SEOC           ANR
        Public Information Lead)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                     Operations           SSF 4 Firefighting               On Site        ANR
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                     Operations           SSF 4 Firefighting               On Site        ANR
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                     Operations           SSF 4 Firefighting               On Site        ANR
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                     Operations           SSF 4 Firefighting               On Site        ANR
        (on call)
        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                     Operations                                            SEOC           ANR
        Resources Lead                                      Resources
        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                     Operations                                            SEOC           ANR
        Resources Lead                                      Resources
        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A                                     Operations                                            SEOC           ANR
        Resources Lead                                      Resources
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Planning Section Chief         Planning                                              SEOC           ANR
                                                            Mitigation
        JIC News Media Center
1A                                     Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        JIC            ANR
        Assist
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials       SEOC           ANR
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                           SEOC           ANR
                                                            Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials       SEOC           ANR
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                           SEOC           ANR
                                                            Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications             SEOC           ANR
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications             SEOC           ANR

                                        TAB A - SSF ANNEX 5 - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, RECOVERY & MITIGATION | Page 10 | 09.30.10
STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE             SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ANR
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ANR
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           ANR
1A      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           ANR
                                                     SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural        Tri-State
1A      ANR Advisor                VY/ RERP                                                             ANR
                                                     Resources                           FRMAC
                                                     SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural        Tri-State
1A      ANR Advisor                VY/ RERP                                                             ANR
                                                     Resources                           FRMAC
                                                     SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural        Tri-State
1A      ANR Advisor                VY/ RERP                                                             ANR
                                                     Resources                           FRMAC
                                                     SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      IFO Director               VY/ RERP                                              IFO            ANR
                                                     Mitigation
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1A                                 VY/ RERP          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                         ANR
        Member                                                                           EPZ

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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
                                                       SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Liaison Officer              Command                                               SEOC           ANR
                                                       Mitigation
        SSF 10 Hazardous Materials
1A                                   Operations        SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC           ANR-DEC
        Lead
1A      SSF 4 Firefighting Lead      Operations        SSF 4 Firefighting                  SEOC           ANR-DEC
1A      SSF 4 Firefighting Lead      Operations        SSF 4 Firefighting                  SEOC           ANR-DEC
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           ANR-DEC
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           ANR-DEC
                                                       SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support                                           SEOC           ANR-DEC
                                                       Resources
                                                       SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support                                           SEOC           ANR-DEC
                                                       Resources
        DEC Water Testing Liaison
1A                                   SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ANR-DEC
        (On Call)
        DEC Water Testing Liaison
1A                                   SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ANR-DEC
        (On Call)
                                                       SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support                                           SEOC           ANR-F & W
                                                       Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC           ANR-F & W
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           ANR-F & W
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           ANR-F & W
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           ANR-F & W
                                                       SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support                                           SEOC           ANR-F & W
                                                       Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC           ANR-F & W
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           ANR-F & W
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           ANR-F & W
                                                       SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Resources Unit Leader        Planning                                              SEOC           ANR-F P R
                                                       Mitigation
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           ANR-F P R
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           ANR-F P R
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ANR-F P R
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ANR-F P R


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION           SSF #                               SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC            ANR-F P R
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC            ANR-F P R
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC            ANR-F P R
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC            ANR-F P R
1A      SSF 4 Firefighting Lead      Operations        SSF 4 Firefighting                  SEOC            ANR-F P R
1A      SSF 4 Firefighting Lead      Operations        SSF 4 Firefighting                  SEOC            ANR-F P R
                                                       SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Deputy SCO                   Command                                               Tri-State DFO   AOT
                                                       Mitigation
                                                       SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      State Coordinating Officer   Command                                               Tri-State DFO   AOT
                                                       Mitigation
1A      Radio/Phone Supervisor       Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC            AOT
        Air Operations Branch                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                   Operations                                            SEOC            AOT
        Director                                       Mitigation
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations        SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    On Site         AOT
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations        SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    On Site         AOT
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations        SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    On Site         AOT
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                   Operations        SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    On Site         AOT
        (on call)
1A      SSF 1 Transportation Lead    Operations        SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC            AOT
1A      SSF 1 Transportation Lead    Operations        SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC            AOT
1A      SSF 1 Transportation Lead    Operations        SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC            AOT
        SSF 3 Public Works &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC            AOT
        Engineering Lead
        SSF 3 Public Works &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC            AOT
        Engineering Lead
        SSF 3 Public Works &
1A                                   Operations        SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC            AOT
        Engineering Lead
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC            AOT
                                                       SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support                                           SEOC            AOT
                                                       Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC            AOT


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE           SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 4 Firefighting                  SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           AOT
                                                   SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support                                           SEOC           AOT
                                                   Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 4 Firefighting                  SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC           AOT
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC           AOT
1A      Public Assistance        SSF Support       SSF 3 Transportation                SEOC           AOT
1A      Public Assistance        SSF Support       SSF 3 Transportation                SEOC           AOT
        Asst. Transportation
1A                               VY/ RERP          SSF 1 Transportation                IFO            AOT
        Coordinator
        Asst. Transportation
1A                               VY/ RERP          SSF 1 Transportation                IFO            AOT
        Coordinator
        Asst. Transportation
1A                               VY/ RERP          SSF 1 Transportation                IFO            AOT
        Coordinator
1A      Communications Officer   VY/ RERP          SSF 2 Communications                IFO            AOT
1A      Communications Officer   VY/ RERP          SSF 2 Communications                IFO            AOT
1A      Communications Officer   VY/ RERP          SSF 2 Communications                IFO            AOT
                                                   SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      IFO Director             VY/ RERP                                              IFO            AOT
                                                   Mitigation
                                                   SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      IFO Director             VY/ RERP                                              IFO            AOT
                                                   Mitigation
1A      Operations Officer       VY/ RERP                                              IFO            AOT
1A      Operations Officer       VY/ RERP                                              IFO            AOT


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                  SECTION          SSF #                               SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Public Assistance Officer       VY/ RERP         SSF 3 Transportation                Tri-State DFO   AOT
1A      Public Assistance Officer       VY/ RERP         SSF 3 Transportation                Tri-State DFO   AOT
1A      Public Assistance Officer       VY/ RERP         SSF 3 Transportation                Tri-State DFO   AOT
1A      Radiological Officer            VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     IFO             AOT
1A      Radiological Officer            VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     IFO             AOT
1A      Radiological Officer            VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     IFO             AOT
                                                                                             Dummerston
1A      Staging Area #1 Manager         VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
                                                                                             Elementary
                                                                                             Dummerston
1A      Staging Area #1 Manager         VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
                                                                                             Elementary
                                                                                             Dummerston
1A      Staging Area #1 Manager         VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
                                                                                             Elementary
        Staging Area Dosimeter                                                               Dummerston
1A                                      VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
        Coordinator                                                                          Elementary
        Staging Area Dosimeter                                                               Dummerston
1A                                      VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
        Coordinator                                                                          Elementary
        Staging Area Dosimeter                                                               Dummerston
1A                                      VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
        Coordinator                                                                          Elementary
        Staging Area Entrance                                                                Dummerston
1A                                      VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
        Coordinator                                                                          Elementary
        Staging Area Entrance                                                                Dummerston
1A                                      VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
        Coordinator                                                                          Elementary
        Staging Area Entrance                                                                Dummerston
1A                                      VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
        Coordinator                                                                          Elementary
                                                                                             Dummerston
1A      Staging Area Exit Coordinator   VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
                                                                                             Elementary
                                                                                             Dummerston
1A      Staging Area Exit Coordinator   VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
                                                                                             Elementary
                                                                                             Dummerston
1A      Staging Area Exit Coordinator   VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
                                                                                             Elementary
                                                                                             Dummerston
1A      Staging Area Exit Coordinator   VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
                                                                                             Elementary
                                                                                             Dummerston
1A      Staging Area Exit Coordinator   VY/ RERP                                                             AOT
                                                                                             Elementary
1A      Staging Area Exit Coordinator   VY/ RERP                                             Dummerston      AOT


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                 SECTION              SSF #                            SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
                                                                                             Elementary
        Staging Area Radio                                                                   Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications                             AOT
        Telephone Operator                                                                   Elementary
        Staging Area Radio                                                                   Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications                             AOT
        Telephone Operator                                                                   Elementary
        Staging Area Radio                                                                   Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications                             AOT
        Telephone Operator                                                                   Elementary
        Staging Area Radio
1A                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications             IFO             AOT
        Telephone Operator
        Staging Area Radio
1A                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications             IFO             AOT
        Telephone Operator
        Staging Area Radio
1A                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications             IFO             AOT
        Telephone Operator
        Staging Area Vehicle Arrival                                                         Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP                                                              AOT
        Coordinator                                                                          Elementary
        Staging Area Vehicle Arrival                                                         Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP                                                              AOT
        Coordinator                                                                          Elementary
        Staging Area Vehicle Arrival                                                         Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP                                                              AOT
        Coordinator                                                                          Elementary
        Staging Area Vehicle                                                                 Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications                             AOT
        Dispatcher                                                                           Elementary
        Staging Area Vehicle                                                                 Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP                                                              AOT
        Registration                                                                         Elementary
1A      Transportation Coordinator     VY/ RERP             SSF 1 Transportation             IFO             AOT
1A      Transportation Coordinator     VY/ RERP             SSF 1 Transportation             IFO             AOT
1A      Transportation Coordinator     VY/ RERP             SSF 1 Transportation             IFO             AOT
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Demobilization Unit Leader     Planning                                              SEOC            AOT-DMV
                                                            Mitigation
1A      Public Inquiry Liaison         Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        3rd Floor DPS   AOT-DMV
1A      Public Inquiry Operator        Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        3rd Floor DPS   AOT-DMV
1A      Public Inquiry Operator        Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        3rd Floor DPS   AOT-DMV
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 1 Transportation             SEOC            AOT-DMV
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials       SEOC            AOT-DMV
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC            AOT-DMV


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           AOT-DMV
1A      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support       SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC           AOT-DMV
1A      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC           AOT-DMV
        Congregate Care Coordinator
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ARC
        (Disaster Liaison)
        Congregate Care Coordinator
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ARC
        (Disaster Liaison)
        Congregate Care Coordinator
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ARC
        (Disaster Liaison)
        Congregate Care Coordinator
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ARC
        (Disaster Liaison)
        Congregate Care Coordinator
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           ARC
        (Disaster Liaison)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
        SRAAT Technical Specialist
1A                                    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC
        (on call)
1A      SRAAT Technical Specialist    Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       On Site        ARC

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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                  SECTION           SSF #                               SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
        (on call)
        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food &
1A                                      Operations        SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            ARC
        Water Lead
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC            ARC
                                                          SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support                                           SEOC            ARC
                                                          Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            ARC
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC            ARC
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC            ARC
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC            ARC
                                                          SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support                                           SEOC            ARC
                                                          Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC            ARC
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC            ARC
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC            ARC
1A      Disaster Relief Coordinator     VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     IFO             ARC
1A      Disaster Relief Coordinator     VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     IFO             ARC
1A      Disaster Relief Coordinator     VY/ RERP          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     IFO             ARC
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Individual Assistance Officer   VY/ RERP                                              Tri-State DFO   ARC
                                                          Mitigation
                                                                                                              Attorney Generals
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC
                                                                                                              Office
                                                                                                              Attorney Generals
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC
                                                                                                              Office
        Procurement Unit Leader (On                       SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Finance/Admin                                         SEOC            BGS
        Call)                                             Mitigation
        Procurement Unit Leader (On                       SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Finance/Admin                                         SEOC            BGS
        Call)                                             Mitigation
        BGS Maintenance Staff (On
1A                                      Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC            BGS
        Call)
        BGS Maintenance Staff (On
1A                                      Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC            BGS
        Call)
        BGS Maintenance Staff (On
1A                                      Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC            BGS
        Call)


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE              SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
        Facilities/Ground Support
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Unit Leader
        Facilities/Ground Support
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Unit Leader
1A      Food Service Unit Leader    Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Food Service Worker (On
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Call)
        Food Service Worker (On
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Call)
        Food Service Worker (On
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Call)
        Food Service Worker (On
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Call)
        Food Service Worker (On
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Call)
                                                      SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Logistics Section Chief     Logistics                                             SEOC           BGS
                                                      Mitigation
        SSF 7 Resource Support
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Lead
        SSF 7 Resource Support
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Lead
        Supply Unit Leader (Load
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Master) (On Call)
        Supply Unit Leader (Load
1A                                  Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           BGS
        Master) (On Call)
1A      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           BGS
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC           BGS
                                                      Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support       SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC           BGS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           BGS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           BGS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           BGS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           BGS
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC           BGS
                                                      Resources


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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                 SECTION              SSF #                              SITE         AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 12 Energy                      SEOC         BGS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         BGS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         BGS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC         BGS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC         BGS
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 9 Search and Rescue            SEOC         BGS
1A      Fax Supervisor                 Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
1A      Fax Supervisor                 Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
1A      Fax-In Operator                Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
1A      Fax-Out Operator               Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
1A      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
1A      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
1A      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
1A      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
1A      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
1A      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         CERT
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Notification Specialist        Operations                                              SEOC         CERT
                                                            Mitigation
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Planning Section Assistants    Planning                                                SEOC         CERT
                                                            Mitigation
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Planning Section Assistants    Planning                                                SEOC         CERT
                                                            Mitigation
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Situation Report Writer        Planning                                                SEOC         CERT
                                                            Mitigation
1A      Media Escort Officer           Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          SEOC         CERT
        Staging Area Vehicle                                                                   Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications                            CERT
        Dispatcher                                                                             Elementary
        Staging Area Vehicle                                                                   Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications                            CERT
        Dispatcher                                                                             Elementary
        Staging Area Vehicle                                                                   Dummerston
1A                                     VY/ RERP                                                             CERT
        Registration                                                                           Elementary
1A      Fax-In Operator                Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         Civil Air Patrol
1A      Fax-Out Operator               Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         Civil Air Patrol

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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                 SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
        Air Operations Branch                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                     Operations                                            SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
        Director                                         Mitigation
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           Civil Air Patrol
                                                                                                            Commission on
        SSF 7 Resource Support
1A                                     Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Nat’l & Community
        Lead
                                                                                                            Svc
                                                                                                            Commission on
        SSF 7 Resource Support
1A                                     Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Nat’l & Community
        Lead
                                                                                                            Svc
                                                                                                            Commission on
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Nat’l & Community
                                                                                                            Svc
                                                                                                            Commission on
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Nat’l & Community
                                                                                                            Svc
        Finance & Admin Section                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC           Commerce
        Chief                                            Mitigation
                                                                                                            Criminal Justice
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC
                                                                                                            Training Council
                                                                                                            Criminal Justice
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC
                                                                                                            Training Council
1A      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           Dept of Education

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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION              SSF #                              SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC            Dept of Education
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC            Dept of Education
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 1 Transportation               SEOC            Dept of Education
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC            Dept of Education
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC            Dept of Education
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC            Dept of Education
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC            Dept of Education
                                                                                                             Dept of Education
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications               SEOC            ILN-Video
                                                                                                             Network
                                                                                                             Dept of Education
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications               SEOC            ILN-Video
                                                                                                             Network
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Computer Map Operator        Planning                                                SEOC            Dept of Taxes
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Computer Map Operator        Planning                                                SEOC            Dept of Taxes
                                                          Mitigation
        Information Technology
1A                                   Logistics            SSF 2 Communications               SEOC            DII
        Specialist (On Call)
        SSF 2 Telecommunications
1A                                   Logistics            SSF-2 Communications               SEOC            DII
        Comm Co-Lead
        SSF 2 Telecommunications
1A                                   Logistics            SSF-2 Communications               SEOC            DII
        Comm Co-Lead
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 7 Resource Support             SEOC            DII
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 7 Resource Support             SEOC            DII
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Incident Director            Command                                                 SEOC            DPS
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Incident Director            Command                                                 SEOC            DPS
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      State Coordinating Officer   Command                                                 Tri-State DFO   DPS
                                                          Mitigation
        News Advisory/ EAS Writer
1A                                   Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          SEOC            DPS
        (Computer literate)
1A      Media Escort Officer         Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          SEOC            DPS


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                 SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
        Compensation Claims Leader                       SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC           DPS-Admin
        (On Call)                                        Mitigation
        Finance & Admin Section                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC           DPS-Admin
        Chief                                            Mitigation
        Procurement Unit Leader (On                      SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC           DPS-Admin
        Call)                                            Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Time Unit Leader (On Call)     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC           DPS-Admin
                                                         Mitigation
1A      Fax Supervisor                 Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-Admin
1A      Fax-In Operator                Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-Admin
1A      Fax-Out Operator               Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-Admin
        Radio/Phone Operator (DPS-
1A                                     VY/ RERP          SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-Admin
        VEM/EPZ Radio)
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Logistics Section Chief        Logistics                                             SEOC           DPS-BCI
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Logistics Section Chief        Logistics                                             SEOC           DPS-BCI
                                                         Mitigation
        Radio/Phone Operator
1A                                     Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-BCI
        (message center)
        Radio/Phone Operator (DPS-
1A                                     VY/ RERP          SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-BCI
        VEM/EPZ Radio)
        Communications Repair
1A                                     Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-CJS
        Coordinator (On Call)
        Radio Communications
1A                                     Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-CJS
        Repair Coordinator (On call)
        Telephone Repair
1A                                     Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-CJS
        Coordinator (On Call)
        Information Technology
1A                                     Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-CJS
        Specialist (On Call)
        Information Technology
1A                                     Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-CJS
        Specialist (On Call)
        Radio/Phone Operator
1A                                     Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-CJS
        (message center)
        SSF 2 Radio
1A                                     Logistics         SSF-2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-CJS
        Communications Co-Lead
1A      SSF 2 Radio                    Logistics         SSF-2 Communications                SEOC           DPS-CJS

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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION              SSF #                              SITE         AGENCY
STAFF
        Communications Co-Lead
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      EOC Display                  Planning                                                SEOC         DPS-CJS
                                                          Mitigation
        EAS Technician
1A                                   Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          SEOC         DPS-CJS
        RACES/FNARS
1A      PIO Assistant                Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          SEOC         DPS-CJS
        Radio/Phone Operator (DPS-
1A                                   VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         DPS-CJS
        VEM/EPZ Radio)
1A      Safety Officer               Command              SSF 5 Emergency Management         SEOC         DPS-Fire Safety
1A      Operations Section Chief     Operations           SSF 5 Emergency Management         SEOC         DPS-Fire Safety
        SSF 3 Public Works &
1A                                   Operations           SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC         DPS-Fire Safety
        Engineering Lead
        SSF 3 Public Works &
1A                                   Operations           SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC         DPS-Fire Safety
        Engineering Lead
        SSF 3 Public Works &
1A                                   Operations           SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC         DPS-Fire Safety
        Engineering Lead
1A      SSF 4 Firefighting Lead      Operations           SSF 4 Firefighting                 SEOC         DPS-Fire Safety
1A      SSF 4 Firefighting Lead      Operations           SSF 4 Firefighting                 SEOC         DPS-Fire Safety
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 9 Search and Rescue            SEOC         DPS-Fire Safety
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 9 Search and Rescue            SEOC         DPS-Fire Safety
        SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                                                                        DPS-HAZMAT
1A                                   Operations           SSF 10 Hazardous Materials         SEOC
        Lead                                                                                              Team
        SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                                                                        DPS-HAZMAT
1A                                   Operations           SSF 10 Hazardous Materials         SEOC
        Lead                                                                                              Team
1A      Food Service Unit Leader     Logistics            SSF 7 Resource Support             SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Notifications Branch Dir     Operations                                              SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Computer Log Operator        Planning                                                SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Computer Log Operator        Planning                                                SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Documentation Unit Leader    Planning                                                SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Personnel Resources          Planning                                                DPS Entry    DPS-HSU
                                                          Mitigation

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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE          SECTION              SSF #                              SITE         AGENCY
STAFF
                                                     SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Situation Unit Leader   Planning                                                SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                     Mitigation
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 1 Transportation               SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials         SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                     SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support                                             SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                     Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 12 Energy                      SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement             SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 4 Firefighting                 SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 7 Resource Support             SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 1 Transportation               SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials         SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                     SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support                                             SEOC         DPS-HSU
                                                     Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 12 Energy                      SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement             SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications               SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 4 Firefighting                 SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 7 Resource Support             SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC         DPS-HSU
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 9 Search and Rescue            SEOC         DPS-HSU/VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)    SSF Support          SSF 9 Search and Rescue            SEOC         DPS-HSU/VSP
                                                     SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Personnel Resources     Planning                                                DPS Entry    DPS-VCIC
                                                     Mitigation
        JIC News Media Center
1A                              Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          SEOC         DPS-VCIC
        Media Room Liaison


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                SECTION           SSF #                               SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Deputy SCO                    Command                                               Tri-State DFO   DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Deputy SCO                    Command                                               Tri-State DFO   DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Incident Director             Command                                               SEOC            DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
        Information Officer (SSF 14
1A                                    Command           SSF 14 Public Information           SEOC            DPS-VEM
        Public Information Lead)
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Liaison Officer               Command                                               SEOC            DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      State Coordinating Officer    Command                                               Tri-State DFO   DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
        Finance & Admin Section                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                    Finance/Admin                                         SEOC            DPS-VEM
        Chief                                           Mitigation
1A      Communications Unit Leader    Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC            DPS-VEM
1A      RACES/FNARS Supervisor        Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC            DPS-VEM
        Radio/Phone Operator
1A                                    Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC            DPS-VEM
        (message center)
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Operations Section Chief      Operations                                            SEOC            DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Operations Section Chief      Operations                                            SEOC            DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Operations Section Chief      Operations                                            SEOC            DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Operations Officer      Operations                                            On Site         DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Operations Officer      Operations                                            On Site         DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Operations Officer      Operations                                            On Site         DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Operations Officer      Operations                                            On Site         DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Operations Officer      Operations                                            On Site         DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Team Leader             Operations                                            On Site         DPS-VEM
                                                        Mitigation


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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION              SSF #                            SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Team Leader            Operations                                            On Site        DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Team Leader            Operations                                            On Site        DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Team Leader            Operations                                            On Site        DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Team Leader            Operations                                            On Site        DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Team Leader            Operations                                            On Site        DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Team Leader            Operations                                            On Site        DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      SRAAT Team Leader            Operations                                            On Site        DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Computer Log Operator        Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Demobilization Unit Leader   Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Documentation Unit Leader    Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      EOC Display                  Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Individual Assistance        Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Planning Section Chief       Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Planning Section Chief       Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Situation Report Writer      Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Situation Unit Leader        Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Situation Unit Leader        Planning                                              SEOC           DPS-VEM
                                                          Mitigation
        EAS Technician
1A                                   Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        SEOC           DPS-VEM
        RACES/FNARS


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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                   SECTION              SSF #                            SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Information Officer              Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        Tri-State DFO   DPS-VEM
        News Advisory/ EAS Writer
1A                                       Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        SEOC            DPS-VEM
        (Computer literate)
        Emergency Management                                  SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &       Tri-State
1A                                       VY/ RERP                                                              DPS-VEM
        Rep.                                                  Mitigation                       FRMAC
        Emergency Management                                  SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &       Tri-State
1A                                       VY/ RERP                                                              DPS-VEM
        Rep.                                                  Mitigation                       FRMAC
        Emergency Management                                  SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &       Tri-State
1A                                       VY/ RERP                                                              DPS-VEM
        Rep.                                                  Mitigation                       FRMAC
        Emergency Management                                  SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &       Tri-State
1A                                       VY/ RERP                                                              DPS-VEM
        Rep.                                                  Mitigation                       FRMAC
        Emergency Management                                  SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &       Tri-State
1A                                       VY/ RERP                                                              DPS-VEM
        Rep.                                                  Mitigation                       FRMAC
        Emergency Management                                  SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &       Tri-State
1A                                       VY/ RERP                                                              DPS-VEM
        Rep.                                                  Mitigation                       FRMAC
        Radio/Phone Operator (DPS-
1A                                       VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications             SEOC            DPS-VEM
        VEM/EPZ Radio)
                                                              SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Logistics Section Chief          Logistics                                             SEOC            DPS-VEM
                                                              Mitigation
                                                              SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Logistics Section Chief          Logistics                                             SEOC            DPS-VEM
                                                              Mitigation
        JIC News Media Center                                                                                  DPS-VEM-
1A                                       Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        JNC
        Assist                                                                                                 Brattleboro
        JIC News Media Center                                                                                  DPS-VEM-
1A                                       Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        JNC
        Representative                                                                                         Brattleboro
                                                                                                               DPS-VEM-
1A      Operations Officer               VY/ RERP                                              IFO
                                                                                                               Brattleboro
                                                              SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Incident Director                Command                                               SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                              Mitigation
                                                              SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Incident Director                Command                                               SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                              Mitigation
                                                              SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Liaison Officer                  Command                                               SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                              Mitigation
1A      Facility Security (Front Door)   Logistics            SSF 13 Law Enforcement           1st Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Facility Security (Front Door)   Logistics            SSF 13 Law Enforcement           1st Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Facility Security (Front Door)   Logistics            SSF 13 Law Enforcement           1st Floor DPS   DPS-VSP

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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE              SECTION              SSF #                            SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Notifications Branch Dir    Operations                                            SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Operations Section Chief    Operations                                            SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                         Mitigation
1A      SRAAT Communications        Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site         DPS-VSP
1A      SRAAT Communications        Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site         DPS-VSP
1A      SRAAT Communications        Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site         DPS-VSP
1A      SRAAT Communications        Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site         DPS-VSP
1A      SRAAT Communications        Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site         DPS-VSP
1A      SRAAT Communications        Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site         DPS-VSP
1A      SRAAT Communications        Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site         DPS-VSP
1A      SRAAT Communications        Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site         DPS-VSP
        SSF 13 Law Enforcement
1A                                  Operations           SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC            DPS-VSP
        Lead
        SSF 13 Law Enforcement
1A                                  Operations           SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC            DPS-VSP
        Lead
        SSF 13 Law Enforcement
1A                                  Operations           SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC            DPS-VSP
        Lead
        SSF 9 Search and Rescue
1A                                  Operations           SSF 9 Search and Rescue          SEOC            DPS-VSP
        Branch Lead
        SSF 9 Search and Rescue
1A                                  Operations           SSF 9 Search and Rescue          SEOC            DPS-VSP
        Branch Lead
        SSF 9 Search and Rescue
1A                                  Operations           SSF 9 Search and Rescue          SEOC            DPS-VSP
        Branch Lead
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Computer Log Operator       Planning                                              SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Documentation Unit Leader   Planning                                              SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Personnel Resources         Planning                                              DPS Entry       DPS-VSP
                                                         Mitigation
1A      Public Inquiry Operator     Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Public Inquiry Operator     Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Public Inquiry Operator     Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Public Inquiry Operator     Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION              SSF #                             SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Public Inquiry Operator      Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Public Inquiry Operator      Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Public Inquiry Operator      Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Public Inquiry Operator      Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Public Inquiry Operator      Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Public Inquiry Supervisor    Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Public Inquiry Supervisor    Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 1 Transportation              SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials        SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                          SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support                                            SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                          Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications              SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 4 Firefighting                SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 7 Resource Support            SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services   SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 1 Transportation              SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials        SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                          SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support                                            SEOC            DPS-VSP
                                                          Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications              SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 4 Firefighting                SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 7 Resource Support            SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services   SEOC            DPS-VSP
1A      State Police Liaison         VY/ RERP             SSF 13 Law Enforcement            IFO             DPS-VSP
1A      State Police Liaison         VY/ RERP             SSF 13 Law Enforcement            IFO             DPS-VSP
1A      State Police Liaison         VY/ RERP             SSF 13 Law Enforcement            IFO             DPS-VSP
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications              SEOC            E-911
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications              SEOC            E-911
                                                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Cost Unit Leader (On Call)   Finance/Admin                                          SEOC            Finance & Mgmt
                                                          Mitigation
                                                                                                            Fire Service
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support          SSF 10 Hazardous Materials        SEOC
                                                                                                            Training Council

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# OF
        POSITION TITLE         SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
                                                                                                    Fire Service
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 4 Firefighting                  SEOC
                                                                                                    Training Council
                                                                                                    Fire Service
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC
                                                                                                    Training Council
                                                                                                    Fire Service
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 4 Firefighting                  SEOC
                                                                                                    Training Council
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           Food Bank
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           Food Bank
                                                 SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Governor               Command                                               SEOC           Governor's Office
                                                 Mitigation
                                                 SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Governor               Command                                               SEOC           Governor's Office
                                                 Mitigation
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Human Resources
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Human Resources
                                                 SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support                                           SEOC           Humane Soc US
                                                 Resources
                                                 SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support                                           SEOC           Humane Soc US
                                                 Resources
                                                 SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                       International Fund
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                 Resources                                          for Animal Welfare
                                                 SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                       International Fund
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                 Resources                                          for Animal Welfare
                                                 SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Safety Officer         Command                                               SEOC           L&I
                                                 Mitigation
                                                 SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A      Safety Officer         Command                                               SEOC           L&I
                                                 Mitigation
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC           L&I
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           L&I
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 10 Hazardous Materials          SEOC           L&I
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           L&I
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC           L&I
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC           L&I
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           L&I
1A      Agency Rep (on call)   SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           L&I


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                  SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           L&I
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           L&I
                                                                                                             Liquor Control
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC
                                                                                                             Dept
                                                                                                             Liquor Control
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC
                                                                                                             Dept
1A      Medical responder (On Call)     Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Local EMS on call
1A      Medical responder (On Call)     Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Local EMS on call
1A      Medical responder (On Call)     Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Local EMS on call
1A      Medical responder (On Call)     Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Local EMS on call
1A      Medical Unit Leader (On Call)   Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Local EMS on call
1A      Medical Unit Leader (On Call)   Logistics         SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           Local EMS on call
        National Weather Service                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Planning                                              SEOC           NWS
        Rep-Burl. Support                                 Mitigation
        National Weather Service                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Planning                                              ALB            NWS
        Representative-Albany                             Mitigation
        National Weather Service                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Planning                                              ALB            NWS
        Representative-Albany                             Mitigation
        National Weather Service                          SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Planning                                              BTV            NWS
        Representative-Burl.                              Mitigation
        National Weather Sevice IT                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1A                                      Planning                                              SEOC           NWS
        Support-Burl. Support                             Mitigation
                                                                                                             Police Chief's
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC
                                                                                                             Association
                                                                                                             Police Chief's
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC
                                                                                                             Association
                                                                                                             Public Service
1A      SSF 12 Energy Lead              Operations        SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC
                                                                                                             Dept
                                                                                                             Public Service
1A      SSF 12 Energy Lead              Operations        SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC
                                                                                                             Dept
                                                                                                             Public Service
1A      SSF 12 Energy Lead              Operations        SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC
                                                                                                             Dept
                                                                                                             Public Service
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC
                                                                                                             Dept
1A      Agency Rep (on call)            SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           Public Service

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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE               SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
                                                                                                          Dept
                                                                                                          Public Service
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC
                                                                                                          Dept
                                                                                                          Public Service
1A      Agency Rep (on call)         SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC
                                                                                                          Dept
                                                                                                          Public Service
1A      Nuclear Engineer             VY/ RERP          SSF 12 Energy                       EOF
                                                                                                          Dept
                                                                                                          Public Service
1A      Nuclear Engineer             VY/ RERP          SSF 12 Energy                       EOF
                                                                                                          Dept
                                                                                                          Public Service
1A      Nuclear Engineer             VY/ RERP          SSF 12 Energy                       EOF
                                                                                                          Dept
                                                                                                          Public Service
1A      Nuclear Engineer             VY/ RERP          SSF 12 Energy                       EOF
                                                                                                          Dept
1R      Communications Unit Leader   Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           RACES
1R      EAS Broadcast Technician     Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           RACES
1R      RACES Operator               Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           RACES
1R      RACES Operator               Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           RACES
1R      RACES Operator               Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           RACES
1R      RACES/FNARS Supervisor       Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           RACES
1R      RACES/FNARS Supervisor       Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           RACES
1R      Radio/Phone Supervisor       Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           RACES
                                                                                           In field as
1A      Remote RACES Operator        Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                               RACES
                                                                                           assigned
                                                                                           In field as
1A      Remote RACES Operator        Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                               RACES
                                                                                           assigned
                                                                                           In field as
1A      Remote RACES Operator        Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                               RACES
                                                                                           assigned
                                                                                           In field as
1A      Remote RACES Operator        Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                               RACES
                                                                                           assigned
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                   Operations        SSF 2 Communications                On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                   Operations        SSF 2 Communications                On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                   Operations        SSF 2 Communications                On Site        RACES
        Operator

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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE             SECTION              SSF #                            SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                 Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                 Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                 Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                 Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                 Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                 Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                 Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                 Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site        RACES
        Operator
        SRAAT RACES Radio
1R                                 Operations           SSF 2 Communications             On Site        RACES
        Operator
        EAS Technician
1R                                 Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        SEOC           RACES
        RACES/FNARS
1R      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications             SEOC           RACES
1R      Agency Rep (on call)       SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications             SEOC           RACES
        Mobile RACES Radio Unit
1A                                 VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications             IFO            RACES
        with Operations
        Mobile RACES Radio Unit
1A                                 VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications             IFO            RACES
        with Operations
        Mobile RACES Radio Unit
1A                                 VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications             IFO            RACES
        with Operations
                                                                                                        Request FRMAC
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1R                                 VY/ RERP             SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                      or Compact
        Member                                                                           EPZ
                                                                                                        Assistance
                                                                                                        Request FRMAC
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile
1R                                 VY/ RERP             SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                      or Compact
        Member                                                                           EPZ
                                                                                                        Assistance
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                         10 & 50 mile   Request FRMAC
1R                                 VY/ RERP             SSF 10 Hazardous Materials
        Member                                                                           EPZ            or Compact


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                SECTION              SSF #                            SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
                                                                                                           Assistance
                                                                                                           Request FRMAC
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                            10 & 50 mile
1R                                    VY/ RERP             SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                      or Compact
        Member                                                                              EPZ
                                                                                                           Assistance
                                                                                                           Request FRMAC
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                            10 & 50 mile
1R                                    VY/ RERP             SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                      or Compact
        Member                                                                              EPZ
                                                                                                           Assistance
                                                                                                           Request FRMAC
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                            10 & 50 mile
1R                                    VY/ RERP             SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                      or Compact
        Member                                                                              EPZ
                                                                                                           Assistance
                                                                                                           Request FRMAC
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                            10 & 50 mile
1R                                    VY/ RERP             SSF 10 Hazardous Materials                      or Compact
        Member                                                                              EPZ
                                                                                                           Assistance
        Emergency Medical Services
1R                                    VY/ RERP                                              IFO            Rescue, Inc
        Local Coordinator
        Emergency Medical Services
1R                                    VY/ RERP                                              IFO            Rescue, Inc
        Local Coordinator
        Emergency Medical Services
1R                                    VY/ RERP                                              IFO            Rescue, Inc
        Local Coordinator
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      SRAAT Operations Officer      Operations                                            On Site        RPC/VAPDA
                                                           Mitigation
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      SRAAT Operations Officer      Operations                                            On Site        RPC/VAPDA
                                                           Mitigation
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      SRAAT Operations Officer      Operations                                            On Site        RPC/VAPDA
                                                           Mitigation
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Individual Assistance         Planning                                              SEOC           RPC/VAPDA
                                                           Mitigation
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Planning Section Assistants   Planning                                              SEOC           RPC/VAPDA
                                                           Mitigation
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Resources Unit Leader         Planning                                              SEOC           RPC/VAPDA
                                                           Mitigation
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Situation Report Writer       Planning                                              SEOC           RPC/VAPDA
                                                           Mitigation
        JNC News Media Center
1R                                    Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        JNC            RPC/VAPDA
        Assist
1R      JNC News Media Center         Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        JNC            RPC/VAPDA


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                SECTION              SSF #                            SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
        Representative
        JNC News Media Center
1R                                    Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        JNC            RPC/VAPDA
        Representative
1R      Assistant EOF State Liaison   VY/ RERP                                              EOF            RPC/VAPDA
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      EOF State Liaison             VY/ RERP                                              EOF            RPC/VAPDA
                                                           Mitigation
                                                                                                           Secretary of
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC
                                                                                                           State's Office
                                                                                                           Secretary of
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC
                                                                                                           State's Office
                                                                                                           Sheriff’s
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 1 Transportation             SEOC
                                                                                                           Association
                                                                                                           Sheriff’s
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC
                                                                                                           Association
                                                                                                           Sheriff’s
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 9 Search and Rescue          SEOC
                                                                                                           Association
                                                                                                           Sheriff’s
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 1 Transportation             SEOC
                                                                                                           Association
                                                                                                           Sheriff’s
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC
                                                                                                           Association
                                                                                                           Sheriff’s
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC
                                                                                                           Association
                                                                                                           Sheriff’s
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement           SEOC
                                                                                                           Association
                                                                                                           Sheriff’s
1R      Agency Rep (on call)          SSF Support          SSF 9 Search and Rescue          SEOC
                                                                                                           Association
1R      Communications Unit Leader    Logistics            SSF 2 Communications             SEOC           State Guard
1R      Radio/Phone Supervisor        Logistics            SSF 2 Communications             SEOC           State Guard
1R      Radio/Phone Supervisor        Logistics            SSF 2 Communications             SEOC           State Guard
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Notification Specialist       Operations                                            SEOC           State Guard
                                                           Mitigation
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Notifications Branch Dir      Operations                                            SEOC           State Guard
                                                           Mitigation
                                                           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Individual Assistance         Planning                                              SEOC           State Guard
                                                           Mitigation


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                 SECTION              SSF #                            SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Planning Section Assistants    Planning                                              SEOC            State Guard
                                                            Mitigation
1R      Media Escort Officer           Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        SEOC            State Guard
        News Advisory/ EAS Writer
1R                                     Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information        SEOC            State Guard
        (Computer literate)
        Staging Area Vehicle                                                                 Dummerston
1R                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications                             State Guard
        Dispatcher                                                                           Elementary
        Staging Area Vehicle                                                                 Dummerston
1R                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications                             State Guard
        Dispatcher                                                                           Elementary
        Staging Area Vehicle                                                                 Dummerston
1R                                     VY/ RERP             SSF 2 Communications                             State Guard
        Dispatcher                                                                           Elementary
        Staging Area Vehicle                                                                 Dummerston
1R                                     VY/ RERP                                                              State Guard
        Registration                                                                         Elementary
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics                                             SEOC            TBD
                                                            Mitigation
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics                                             SEOC            TBD
                                                            Mitigation
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics                                             SEOC            TBD
                                                            Mitigation
                                                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Logistics Section Assistants   Logistics                                             SEOC            TBD
                                                            Mitigation
        Disaster Recovery Center
1R                                     Operations           VT DRC (s)                       Tri-State DFO   TBD
        (DRC) REP
        Disaster Recovery Center
1R                                     Operations           VT DRC (s)                       Tri-State DFO   TBD
        (DRC) REP
        Disaster Recovery Center
1R                                     Operations           VT DRC (s)                       Tri-State DFO   TBD
        (DRC) REP
        Disaster Recovery Center
1R                                     Operations           VT DRC (s)                       Tri-State DFO   TBD
        (DRC) REP
        Disaster Recovery Center
1R                                     Operations           VT DRC (s)                       Tri-State DFO   TBD
        (DRC) REP
        Disaster Recovery Center
1R                                     Operations           VT DRC (s)                       Tri-State DFO   TBD
        (DRC) REP
        Operations Section                                  SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                     Operations                                            SEOC            TBD
        Assistants                                          Mitigation
1R      Operations Section             Operations           SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &       SEOC            TBD


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE              SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
        Assistants                                    Mitigation
        Operations Section                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                  Operations                                            SEOC           TBD
        Assistants                                    Mitigation
        Operations Section                            SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                  Operations                                            SEOC           TBD
        Assistants                                    Mitigation
                                                      SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Technical Specialist        Planning                                              SEOC           TBD by Event
                                                      Mitigation
                                                      SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Technical Specialist        Planning                                              SEOC           TBD by Event
                                                      Mitigation
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                       United Animal
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                      Resources                                          Nations
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                       United Animal
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                      Resources                                          Nations
                                                                                                         USDA APHIS
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC           Plant Protection &
                                                      Resources
                                                                                                         Quar
                                                                                                         USDA APHIS
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC           Plant Protection &
                                                      Resources
                                                                                                         Quar
                                                                                                         USDA APHIS
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC           Veterinarian
                                                      Resources
                                                                                                         Service
                                                                                                         USDA APHIS
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC           Veterinarian
                                                      Resources
                                                                                                         Service
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                       UVM Extension
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                      Resources                                          Service
                                                      SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                       UVM Extension
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support                                           SEOC
                                                      Resources                                          Service
        Patient Coordination Unit                     SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                  Operations                                            VAHHS          VAHHS
        Member                                        Mitigation
        Patient Coordination Unit                     SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                  Operations                                            VAHHS          VAHHS
        Member                                        Mitigation
        Patient Coordination Unit                     SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                  Operations                                            VAHHS          VAHHS
        Member                                        Mitigation
1R      Patient Coordination Unit   Operations        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &          VAHHS          VAHHS


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE              SECTION              SSF #                              SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
        Member                                           Mitigation
        Patient Coordination Unit                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                  Operations                                              VAHHS           VAHHS
        Member                                           Mitigation
        Patient Coordination Unit                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                  Operations                                              VAHHS           VAHHS
        Member                                           Mitigation
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC            VAHHS
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC            VAHHS
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 7 Resource Support             SEOC            VAHHS
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC            VAHHS
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering   SEOC            VAHHS
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water      SEOC            VAHHS
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 7 Resource Support             SEOC            VAHHS
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC            VAHHS
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Computer Map Operator       Planning                                                SEOC            VCGI
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Computer Map Operator       Planning                                                SEOC            VCGI
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      EOC Display                 Planning                                                SEOC            VCGI
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      EOC Display                 Planning                                                SEOC            VCGI
                                                         Mitigation
        JIC News Media Center
1R                                  Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          JNC             Vermont Yankee
        Clerical
        JIC News Media Center
1R                                  Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          JNC             Vermont Yankee
        Clerical
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC            Veteran's Affairs
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services    SEOC            Veteran's Affairs
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement             SEOC            VOAD
1R      Agency Rep (on call)        SSF Support          SSF 13 Law Enforcement             SEOC            VOAD
1R      Public Inquiry Liaison      Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          3rd Floor DPS   VT 211 (?)
1R      Public Inquiry Liaison      Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          3rd Floor DPS   VT 211 (?)
1R      Public Inquiry Operator     Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          3rd Floor DPS   VT 211 (?)
1R      Public Inquiry Operator     Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information          3rd Floor DPS   VT 211 (?)


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SEPTEMBER 30, 2009


# OF
        POSITION TITLE                 SECTION              SSF #                             SITE            AGENCY
STAFF
1R      Public Inquiry Operator        Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   VT 211 (?)
1R      Public Inquiry Operator        Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   VT 211 (?)
1R      Public Inquiry Supervisor      Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         3rd Floor DPS   VT 211 (?)
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                            SEOC            VT Farm Bureau
                                                            Resources
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                            SEOC            VT Farm Bureau
                                                            Resources
                                                                                                              VT Funeral
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services   SEOC            Director's
                                                                                                              Association
                                                                                                              VT Funeral
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services   SEOC            Director's
                                                                                                              Association
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                      VT Humane
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                            SEOC
                                                            Resources                                         Federation
                                                            SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                      VT Humane
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                            SEOC
                                                            Resources                                         Federation
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications              SEOC            VT Interactive TV
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 2 Communications              SEOC            VT Interactive TV
                                                                                                              VT Medical
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services   SEOC
                                                                                                              Society
                                                                                                              VT Medical
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services   SEOC
                                                                                                              Society
1R      Radio Operator                 Logistics            SSF 2 Communications              IFO             VT National Guard
        Radio/Phone Operator (VNG
1R                                     Logistics            SSF 2 Communications              SEOC            VT National Guard
        Radio)
        Radio/Phone Operator (VNG
1R                                     Logistics            SSF 2 Communications              SEOC            VT National Guard
        Radio)
        Radio/Phone Operator (VNG
1R                                     Logistics            SSF 2 Communications              SEOC            VT National Guard
        Radio)
        Air Operations Branch                               SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                     Operations                                             SEOC            VT National Guard
        Director                                            Mitigation
1R      Military Support Coordinator   Operations           Emergency Services & Support      SEOC            VT National Guard
1R      Military Support Coordinator   Operations           Emergency Services & Support      SEOC            VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support          SSF 1 Transportation              SEOC            VT National Guard

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# OF
        POSITION TITLE           SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           VT National Guard
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           VT National Guard
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           VT National Guard
1A      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 1 Transportation                SEOC           VT National Guard
                                                   SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support                                           SEOC           VT National Guard
                                                   Resources
                                                   SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support                                           SEOC           VT National Guard
                                                   Resources
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 12 Energy                       SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 13 Law Enforcement              SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 2 Communications                SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering    SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water       SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 7 Resource Support              SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 9 Search and Rescue             SEOC           VT National Guard
1R      National Guard Liaison   VY/ RERP          Emergency Services & Support        IFO            VT National Guard
1R      National Guard Liaison   VY/ RERP          Emergency Services & Support        IFO            VT National Guard
1R      National Guard Liaison   VY/ RERP          Emergency Services & Support        IFO            VT National Guard
                                                                                                      VT Pharmacists
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC
                                                                                                      Association
                                                                                                      VT Pharmacists
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC
                                                                                                      Association
                                                                                                      VT State Medical
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC
                                                                                                      Society
                                                                                                      VT State Medical
1R      Agency Rep (on call)     SSF Support       SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC
                                                                                                      Society

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# OF
        POSITION TITLE                 SECTION           SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
                                                                                                            VT Veterinarian's
                                                         SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                           SEOC           Medical
                                                         Resources
                                                                                                            Association
                                                                                                            VT Veterinarian's
                                                         SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R      Agency Rep (on call)           SSF Support                                           SEOC           Medical
                                                         Resources
                                                                                                            Association
                                                                                                            Windham County
1R      IFO Security Deputy            VY/ RERP                                              IFO
                                                                                                            Sheriff's Dept
                                                                                                            Windham County
1R      IFO Security Deputy            VY/ RERP                                              IFO
                                                                                                            Sheriff's Dept
                                                                                                            Windham County
1R      IFO Security Deputy            VY/ RERP                                              IFO
                                                                                                            Sheriff's Dept
        Windham Co. Sheriff’s                                                                               Windham County
1R                                     VY/ RERP          SSF 13 Law Enforcement              IFO
        Liaison                                                                                             Sheriff's Dept
        Windham Co. Sheriff’s                                                                               Windham County
1R                                     VY/ RERP          SSF 13 Law Enforcement              IFO
        Liaison                                                                                             Sheriff's Dept
        Windham Co. Sheriff’s                                                                               Windham County
1R                                     VY/ RERP          SSF 13 Law Enforcement              IFO
        Liaison                                                                                             Sheriff's Dept
        Compensation Claims Leader                       SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC
        (On Call)                                        Mitigation
        Compensation Claims Leader                       SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R                                     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC
        (On Call)                                        Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Cost Unit Leader (On Call)     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Cost Unit Leader (On Call)     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Time Unit Leader (On Call)     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC
                                                         Mitigation
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Time Unit Leader (On Call)     Finance/Admin                                         SEOC
                                                         Mitigation
1R      EAS Broadcast Technician       Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC
1R      EAS Broadcast Technician       Logistics         SSF 2 Communications                SEOC
                                                         SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Notification Specialist        Operations                                            SEOC
                                                         Mitigation
        SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural                     SSF 11 Agriculture & Natural
1R                                     Operations                                            SEOC
        Resources Lead                                   Resources


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# OF
        POSITION TITLE             SECTION              SSF #                             SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
                                                        SSF 5 Emer Man, Recovery &
1R      Personnel Resources        Planning                                               DPS Entry
                                                        Mitigation
1R      PIO Assistant              Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         SEOC
1R      PIO Assistant              Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         SEOC
1R      PIO Scribe                 Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         SEOC
1R      PIO Scribe                 Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         SEOC
1R      PIO Scribe                 Public Information   SSF 14 Public Information         SEOC
        Plume Tracking Team
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Director
        Plume Tracking Team
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Director
        Plume Tracking Team One
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Leader
        Plume Tracking Team One
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Leader
        Plume Tracking Team One
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Member
        Plume Tracking Team One
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Member
        Plume Tracking Team Two
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Leader
        Plume Tracking Team Two
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Leader
        Plume Tracking Team Two
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Member
        Plume Tracking Team Two
1R                                 VY/ RERP                                               EPZ
        Member
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1R                                 VY/ RERP
        Director                                                                          EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1R                                 VY/ RERP
        Director                                                                          EPZ
        Post Plume Sampling Team                                                          10 & 50 mile
1R                                 VY/ RERP
        Director                                                                          EPZ
        Primary Dose Assessment                                                           Tri-State
1R                                 VY/ RERP             SSF 8 Health & Medical Services
        Analyst                                                                           FRMAC


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# OF
        POSITION TITLE                  SECTION          SSF #                               SITE           AGENCY
STAFF
        Primary Dose Assessment                                                              Tri-State
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services
        Analyst                                                                              FRMAC
        Primary Dose Assessment
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC
        Analyst to SSF 8
        Primary Dose Assessment
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     SEOC
        Analyst to SSF 8
        Primary Health Advisor                                                               Tri-State
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services
        (Health Rep)                                                                         FRMAC
        Primary Health Advisor                                                               Tri-State
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services
        (Health Rep)                                                                         FRMAC
1R      Program Services Clerk          VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
1R      Program Services Clerk          VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
1R      Radiation Lab Analyst           VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
1R      Radiation Lab Analyst           VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
1R      Radiation Lab Assist. Analyst   VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
1R      Radiation Lab Assist. Analyst   VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
        Radiation Laboratory
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
        Administrator
        Radiation Laboratory
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
        Administrator
        Radiation Laboratory
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
        Coordinator
        Radiation Laboratory
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
        Coordinator
1R      Radiation Program Chief         VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services     VDH Lab
        RM&D Technical Advisor                                                               Reception
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services
        Alternate/Trainee                                                                    Center
        RM&D Technical Advisor                                                               Reception
1R                                      VY/ RERP         SSF 8 Health & Medical Services
        Alternate/Trainee                                                                    Center




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    VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
               CENTER

        INCIDENT COORDINATION TEAM

    STANDARD OPERATING GUIDELINES




                         September 2009




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PRIVATE VERSION
TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................. 4
          Introduction .................................................................................................................. 4
          Mission .......................................................................................................................... 4
          Objectives ..................................................................................................................... 4
          SEOC Operational Levels ............................................................................................ 5
          ICS Common Responsibilities .......................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
          Direction and Assignments .............................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
          Communications .......................................................................................................... 9
          Operations ...................................................................................................................10
          Planning .......................................................................................................................10
          Media ............................................................................................................................11
          Security ........................................................................................................................11
          Administration .............................................................................................................12
          State-Rapid Assessment & Assistance Team ...........................................................12
          ALTERNATE SEOC......................................................................................................12
APPENDICES...........................................................................................................................13
          APPENDIX A- CHECK IN PROCEDURES ...................................................................14
          APPENDIX B- FACILITY LOGISTICS ..........................................................................15
          APPENDIX C- BRIEFING SEQUENCE.........................................................................16
          APPENDIX D- PLANNING MEETING AGENDA
          APPENDIX E- BUILDING EVACUATION .....................................................................17
          APPENDIX F- EOC LAYOUT .......................................................................................20
          APPENDIX G- SUPPORT AREA LAYOUT ..................................................................21
          APPENDIX H- VEPARDS .............................................................................................22
          APPENDIX I- VERMONT YANKEE EMERGENCY CLASSIFICATION LEVELS..........25
          APPENDIX J- STATE SUPPORT FUNCTIONS (SSFs) SUMMARY ............................27
          APPENDIX K- SEOC ORGANIZATION CHART ...........................................................35
          APPENDIX L- ICS POSITION STRUCTURE ................................................................36
          APPENDIX M- PHONE NUMBERS ..............................................................................39
          APPENDIX N- DEFINITIONS AND ACRONYMS ........................................................... 1
ATTACHMENTS AND ENCLOSURES.....................................................................................29




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                                   GENERAL OVERVIEW

Introduction
    There are numerous federal, state, local and nongovernmental organizations that respond to
incidents in Vermont. Those incidents can include floods, ice storms, drought, snowstorms, and
other severe weather-related events as well as man-made disasters such as terrorist incidents.

    The State of Vermont Division of Emergency Management (VEM) coordinates local, state,
interstate and federal resources to the affected areas of incidents. This standard operating
guideline (SOG) has been created to provide direction for those State Support functions (SSFs)
and agencies responding to the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) as a part of the
Incident Coordination Team (ICT) During an incident that requires activation of the SEOC those
SSF/agency representatives and Department of Public Safety employees that make up the ICT
work in the SEOC to provide overwhelmed local jurisdictions the support they need in order
respond to and recover from incidents. Workers in the SEOC will be able to use this SOG for a
single point of reference when they are representing their agency.

    The concept for the functioning of the (SEOC) during any emergency or planned event
employs the principles of the Incident Command System (ICS). The system operates in a
continuum from events that a single VEM duty officer handles to full activation of the SEOC
through various levels of staffing by VEM personnel or external agency personnel. When staffed
at a level above a single duty officer, the ICT assembles in the SEOC. However, in some
circumstances, such as dangerous road conditions during an ice storm or a highly contagious
disease incident, the ICT will make use of the web based disaster management software and
other available communication and technology means to accomplish the mission. The
continuum of activation levels is described later under SEOC operational levels.

   Mission

The mission of the Incident Coordination Team (ICT) at the SEOC is four fold:

   •   Maintain day-to-day emergency operations capability for Vermont to address the
       consequence(s) of natural or man-made events such as, but not limited to: floods,
       rainstorms, high winds, hazardous materials events, acts of terrorism or other weather
       extremes.
   •   Provide for centralized control, and coordination of state resources during any event that
       may adversely affect Vermont or those states or provinces on Vermont’s borders.
   •   Provide for timely communication and information to elected officials and agency heads.
   •   Provide for coordinated support of operations at local incident command posts or
       deployed field units.

   Objectives

The objectives for the operation of the SEOC are to:

   •   Maintain 24-hour EOC operations, as required.
   •   Provide an emergency operations management system, which collects situational
       awareness information concerning developing or ongoing incidents and provides it to

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         state and local decision-makers, supporting agencies and appropriate Federal agencies
         when necessary.
    •    Act as the state’s primary point of contact for local governments and institutions
         requesting assistance or reporting problems;
    •    Provide resources, as needed, to support local jurisdictions.
    •    Provide a conduit to notify and coordinate any Federal/State/private resources needed to
         support response or recovery efforts.
    •    Provide a reliable source of public information.
    •    Develop planning strategies to successfully react to identified needs.
    •    Account for all expenses associated with response and recovery operations.

    SEOC Operational Levels

There are four levels of activation of the Vermont State EOC.

         Level I Activation (Monitoring)

See description in the chart that follows.

         Level II Activation (Limited)

See description in the chart that follows. Specific notifications are noted here.

The VEM Duty Officer will Notify the Following:

                     Backup Duty Officer

                     VEM SDO

                     DisasterLAN/VEPARDS System Administrator

                     Other VEM Staff to assist

         Level III Activation (Partial)

See description in the chart that follows. Specific notifications are noted here.

The VEM duty Officer or the Operations Section will Notify the Following:

                     VEM SDO, if not already present

                     DisasterLAN/VEPARDS System Administrator

                     VEM Staff

                     Specified Incident Coordination Team members and SSF/agency
                       representatives

         Level IV Activation (Full)



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See description in the chart that follows. Specific notifications are noted here.

The Notification Branch of the Operations Section Will Notify the Following:

                     All Incident Coordination Team members and SSF/agency representatives

                     VEM SDO, if not already present

                     DisasterLAN/VEPARDS System Administrator

                     VEM Staff

                     Other Agency or organization Representatives as appropriate:

The four (4) levels are defined as follows:

LEVEL                                DEFINITION
I - Monitoring                       The duty officer (DO) receives and acts upon calls from the public
                                     and/or other branches of state government or local agencies
                                     notifying the State of emergent situations such as flooding, ice
                                     storms, hazardous materials incidents, etc.
II – Limited Activation              When the DO encounters situations outlined below, operations
                                     shift to Level II with the activation of a second DO and supervisor:
                                         • Multiple or simultaneous events/situations;
                                         • Events anticipated require protracted coordination or
                                              response by the State;
                                         • Events/situations affect large geographic areas;
                                         • An event at the Vermont Yankee Power Plant; or
                                         • When local officials activate an incident command post.
                                         • When another state agency activates an operations
                                              center.
III – Partial Activation             The State will activate the EOC at either the primary site in
                                     Waterbury or a secondary location shifting to Level III when:
                                         • More than two (2) operational periods are anticipated;
                                         • There is an escalation of event(s);
                                         • State resources are activated and deployed;
                                         • There is a need for resources outside the affected area(s);
                                         • Directed by the Governor, Commissioner of Public Safety
                                              or Director of VEM;
                                         • There is an unusual event at Vermont Yankee;
                                         • Preliminary damage assessments (PDA) may lead to a
                                              Presidential declaration; or
                                         • Warning or anticipation of WMD or Terrorism incident.
IV - Full Activation                 The State will fully activate the EOC and call in all assigned
                                     personnel if any of the threshold outlined for Level III exceed the
                                     capability of the ICT to coordinate resources during a Major or
                                     Catastrophic incident.




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The SEOC staffing pattern reflects four (4) operational levels from I to IV. Depending upon need
and activity levels, the duty officer (DO) or supervising duty officer (SDO) may exercise the
option to call in additional DisasterLAN-trained or other qualified personnel as needed or place
staff in an on-call status.

                                      FACILITY STAFFING PATTERN

                                                         RCC
   LEVEL                     EOC                                              ICP/LOCAL EOC
                                                   (IF ACTIVATED)
 I               1 - Duty Officer                                      Local Responder/Agency
 Monitoring                                                            Staffing as needed
 II              2 or more – Duty                                      Local Responder/Agency
 Limited         Officers                                              Staffing as needed
 Activation      1 – Supervisor
 III Partial     S-RAAT – deployable to                                Incident Commander
 Activation      towns or the RCC, as
                 needed                                                EOC Director

                 ICT Personnel activated,                              EM Director
                 as needed
                                                                       Police/fire/ambulance
                 SEOC Director                                         representatives

                 SSF Lead agency                                       School officials
                 representatives as the
                 situation dictates.                                   Public works representatives

                                                                       Town officials

                                                                       Mutual Aid representatives
 IV              S-RAAT – deployable to          AOT district          Same as Level III activation
 Full            RCC or towns, as                personnel (SSF 1&3)
 Activation      needed
                                                 VDH district
                 SEOC Director                   personnel (SSF 8)

                 All SSF Leads and               VSP troopers (SSF
                 designated agency               13)
                 representatives
                                                 Hazmat Team
                                                 representative (SSF
                                                 10)


Note: During Level III and IV, the DO assigned for that period will remain available in that
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Emergency Operations Center

    Monitoring

The VEM DO responsibilities and operating guidelines are outlined in the VEM Duty Officer
handbook. At Level I and II, the duty officer(s) handle events.

The DO will handle the majority of the events, natural or man-made, affecting Vermont.

    Higher level activation

Once the Supervisor at Level II, the Governor, Commissioner, Public Safety, the VEM Director,
or designee determine the need to transition to Level III, duty officer(s) will notify SSF Lead
agency representatives and assigned staff to report to the emergency operations center.

All participating agencies committing resources to the SEOC must attend a situational briefing
conducted by the SEOC Director to advise them of the incident status, review their role(s) and
procedures and to finalize a staffing schedule.

    ICS Common Responsibilities

The following checklist is applicable to all personnel reporting to the EOC:

    1. Receive assignment(s) from parent agency to include:
          • Job assignment
          • Reporting location
          • Reporting time
          • Travel instructions
          • Special instructions
          • Issue of any equipment or gear.

    2. Upon arrival check in with the SEOC Director or Resources Unit of the Planning Section,
        if designated, at the assigned location.
    3. Receive a briefing from the immediate supervisor.
    4. Acquire details of work to be performed.
    5. Deploy with sufficient personal equipment if assigned to a field unit.
    6. Sign on to DisasterLAN
    7. Planning Section Chief will maintain accountability of all assigned personnel.
    8. Supervisor(s) will organize and brief all subordinates.
    9. Receive instruction(s) on all communication/information technology equipment to include
        telephone, cellular phones, and/or radios, data system(s) and any forms.
    10. Use clear text and ICS terminology in all communications.
    11. Complete forms and reports as required for the assigned position and forward to
        responsible supervisors.
    12. Respond to demobilization orders.

Once a firm activation date and time becomes available, ICT logistics staff will begin
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    Direction and Assignments

The SEOC will act as an ICS multi-agency coordinating center (MACC) supporting the activities
of local jurisdictions, state agency operations centers or the local public safety district
coordinators, if an RCC is activated. The four (4) Vermont State Police (VSP) Troop
Commanders may act as the regional coordinator (RC) during times of emergency. See 20
VSA, section 5. (b) for specific duties.

All staff reporting for duty will sign in at reception and receive an Identification Badge, which
they should wear while in the Public Safety building. Unit leaders and/or section chiefs will
conduct a briefing of all arriving personnel to include: a copy of the job description for the
position assigned, refresher training, as needed, in assigned functions, a brief tour of the SEOC,
introduction to the IT and disaster management software system and information flow.

The day shift will begin at 0700 hours and end at 1900 hours for a twelve-hour shift. Assigned
personnel should arrive no later than fifteen minutes before going on duty to receive a briefing
from outgoing personnel. The planning meeting for the development of the next shift incident
action plan (IAP) is tentatively scheduled for 1400hrs and 0200hrs respectively.

Events will dictate the level of activation and participation required of agency technical
specialists.

The ICT SEOC Director will receive a briefing from all sections – operations, planning, public
information, logistics and the outgoing SEOC Director at the beginning and end of each shift.
Some incidents may require additional updates during a shift. The Planning Section Chief will
coordinate additional briefings with the SEOC Director.

The ICT will coordinate support to local governments and agencies/organizations deploying
resources and maintain communication with various State and Federal agencies and private
partners that are or may be called upon to support incident response.

The SEOC will monitor the situation at all activated local emergency operations centers or
incident command posts, state agency operations centers, area commands and RCCs, if
activated, and provide support for requests to ensure the public safety.

During a duty shift, at the discretion of the SEOC Director, selected assigned personnel may
leave and return home or to a hotel, in an on-call basis as the situation dictates.

During the course of the SEOC activation, the finance & administration section, will ensure that
all personnel working will account for their time using the agency use code and provide the ID
with a summary of all time and expenses associated with the activation.

    Communications

The SEOC will maintain voice and data communications with local jurisdictions, private/public
agencies, all branches of state government and the area command(s) or RCCs (if established).
A State – Rapid Assessment and Assistance Team (S-RAAT) may be deployed to the scene of
an event or an RCC either upon request or at the option of the Governor or authorized
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The ICT will include a RACES operator during any critical periods to provide emergency radio
services to outlying areas in the even to of a break down of normal communications system(s).
The ICT communications officer will ensure that the VEM 800 number in the EOC has at least
for (4) operable call-taking positions. Telephones linked to the 800 number, when activated, will
ring in an automatic sequence among the four positions. Should the volume of calls exceed the
answering points, the on-site communications officer will review the need for additional lines or
positions.

All DisasterLAN call-takers will enter in the information of the call in a ticket in Disaster-LAN
according to the nature of the call. If the call-taker was not able to enter in the information into
Disaster-LAN during the call, the information may be entered once the caller has been passed
on. Call-takers need to notify the recipient of the call that a ticket has been started in Disaster-
LAN and what the ticket number is so that the recipient may update the specifics.

Call takers will be responsible for routing calls once they are entered. Routings should be
completed as follows.

ANY CALL FOR EMERGENCY POLICE, FIRE OR AMBULANCE SERVICES - FORWARD
TO 911 OPERATORS.

If the call is a request for something to be acted on, route it to the:
                                     OPERATIONS SECTION CHIEF
If the call is a report of information or an update of the situation, route it to the:
                                       PLANNING SECTION CHIEF
If the call is a request for a resource of any kind, route it to the:
                                      LOGISTICS SECTION CHIEF
If the call is media related, route it to the:
                                   PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

    Operations

The SEOC will operate continuously during any critical phases of an event during Level III or IV
activations. Such operation will consist of two – twelve hour shifts as described previously.

ICT operations will remain consistent with the tenets of the incident command system. Section
Chiefs will brief all assigned staff on their role, job description for the position they occupy.

    Logistics

VEM will provide routine meal service for staff assigned and working in the SEOC during any
critical period. Housing, if necessary for out of state workers, those traveling over 50 miles from
home or if driving conditions are treacherous will be provided at local hotels/motels.

    Planning

The ICT will publish a situation report based on the need of the situation. For large scale
incidents in which information is changing rapidly, state situation reports will be distributed once
per operational period. For incidents of less magnitude the Planning Section Chief will
determine the need for state situation reports in coordination with the SEOC Director. As a rule
of thumb, state situation reports are typically distributed during events that require Level III


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activation or above. State situation report distribution is optional during Level II activations. A
brief synopsis of the activation should be provided in the Daily Duty Officer Report for Level II
activations. The Situation Unit Leader will oversee the compilation of material and publication of
the situation report upon review and approval of the Planning Section Chief. Each situation
report will contain as a minimum:

    •    Date and time;
    •    Operational period;
    •    The current situation;
    •    Activity;
    •    Casualties – if any;
    •    Jurisdictions involved;
    •    Disruptions of normal commerce;
    •    Status of transportation systems;
    •    Status of other critical public entities (utilities, hospitals, etc.);
    •    Operational status;
    •    Resources provided;
    •    Resources requested for next operational period; and
    •    Number of assigned staff.

    Public Information/Media

The ICT will include a Public Information Officer (PIO) for SSF 14 (Public Information). The ICT
PIO will act as lead officer and coordinate press conferences, as needed, the issue of press
releases, and maintain liaison with the PIOs assigned to local incident command posts and
emergency operations centers, agency operations centers, RCCs and neighboring states or
federal entities.

All media releases issued by the PIO must receive approval of the SEOC Director prior to issue.

    Security

The Public Safety building is a secure state facility with 24 hour a day lock down and entry by
electronic means only. Security of the Public Safety building and staff working the SEOC is a
concern and begins with an awareness by assigned staff of the potential for intruders,
interruptions of normal routine by a large volume of phone calls, crank calls, or the presence of
demonstrators in the immediate area. ICT members must wear an ID badge at all times when
present in the building.

The potential for intruders or demonstrators outside the Public Safety building, while small,
should pose no risk to staff while in the building. The SEOC has two-way radio communication
with Vermont State Police barracks, local police, and sheriffs and can summon assistance if
warranted.

Staff entering and leaving the building in the presence of demonstrators, if confronted, should
leave the immediate area and call VEM at 1-800-347-0488 for assistance of law enforcement
personnel.

After normal business hours there is no one in the building and the building is armed with an
alarm system. People who are not DPS employees will not have access to the building after

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hours. If the SEOC is required to be activated after-hours, and DPS employee will need to admit
ICT members to the building until a security officials has been designated. There is a call box
located at the front door and will ring directly to the main phone in the admin office.

    Administration

The Department of Public Safety administrative services division will coordinate the compilation
and summary of employee/volunteer time working at the EOC.

Any bills/receipts or sign – in sheets for meals must be provided to the Logistics Section Chief.

    S-RAAT

State – Rapid Assessment and Assistance Team (S-RAAT) Field Operating Procedures (See
Appendix VII, Vermont State Emergency Operations Plan)

    Alternate SEOC

In the case that the primary location of the SEOC is unavailable for use, the alternate site is at
Camp Johnson in Colchester Vermont. This site will only be used if the primary site cannot be
activated. If the alternate SEOC is activated to a Level II or above, ICT members will be notified
by the same method as the primary site and will be given direction as to where to respond.




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APPENDIX A- CHECK IN PROCEDURES

    _____1. During office hours, sign in at the Department of Public Safety front desk.
                  After hours, use call box at front door to be admitted to building.

    _____2. Receive a badge for the building and where the badge for the entire time
              you are in the building.

    _____3. Sign in at the check-in table outside the SEOC.

    _____4. Find designated seat in SEOC and/ or designated support area.

    _____5. Verify that the phone is working at your seat or in your support area.

    _____6. Verify that you have all supplies.

    _____7. Read through Standard Operating Procedures Binder.

    _____8. Receive a verbal update from previous shift (if necessary) or from your
            section chief.

    _____9. Open DisasterLAN and sign in under the correct position.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT THE LOGISTICS SECTION CHIEF OR
YOUR SECTION CHIEF.




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APPENDIX B- FACILITY LOGISTICS

Telephones
      For calls made to extensions within this building:
              Dial the last 4 digits of the phone number.
      For calls made to numbers outside of this building:
              Dial 8 then the area code and then the seven- digit number. 8-(802)-XXX-XXXX

Work Stations
        All work stations in the SEOC are labeled for the assigned SSF. The Planning section
will meet in Room 252A, where the supplies are located in the pedestal drawers marked
“Planning Section Supplies”. The Operations section will meet in Room 252B and supplies for
that room will be brought in with a Go-Kit marked “Operations Section”. All work stations include
paper, stick notes, pens, pencils, and paper clips. These works stations also carry relevant
plans and procedures besides the SEOC SOP and have been brought in by the assigned SSFs.
Please leave these plans and procedures at the work station as they are important to the duties
of the SSF.

Computers
     To sign in to the computer refer to the label located near the keyboard. This label
     contains the username and password for that station.

Facilities
        Restrooms are down the hall with the Men’s Room on the right heading out of the EOC
        towards the elevator. Women’s Room is on the left heading out of the EOC towards the
        elevator. A map is located in this section.

         Food and Beverages: Coffee is available down the hall and to your right just beyond
         the Commissioner’s office (Coffee is $0.75). Drink and snack machines are located on
         the first floor by the main entrance. Food and beverages will be provided during long-
         term events.

         Support Areas are individual rooms that are provided for each SSF or Branch. Room
         assignments can be found on the support area diagram located in this section.

Further Questions/ Equipment Difficulties
      Should you have any needs or questions, direct them to the Logistics Section Chief.

Meals
         Vermont Emergency Management will provide meals for all personnel participating in a
         drill, exercise, or event. Meals should be selected when you first arrive at the SEOC at
         the check-in table. Any other meals that need to be selected will be announced.

DisasterLAN
      If you encounter any problems signing on to DisasterLAN or with the use of the system,
      please contact the VEPARDS Administrator in the SEOC.

Official Time
        Vermont Emergency Management uses a single time standard. This time is constantly
        displayed in the SEOC and is present on DisasterLAN.


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APPENDIX C- BRIEFING SEQUENCE (as dictated by the type of incident)

Incident Briefings are conducted by the Planning Section Chief.

Command Staff

Incident Director- General Overall Summary

Operations- Section Chief

Planning- Section Chief

Logistics- Section Chief and SSF 2 & 7

Administration & Finance- Section Chief or Representative

SSF Briefings (as dictated by situation)

           SSF or                                                         Agency or
                                                 Description
      SSF Combination                                                      Agencies
     #1 and #3                     Transportation and Public Works &   AOT, DFS
                                   Engineering

     #2                            Communications                      DPS, DII

     #3, #4, and #10               Public Works & Engineering, Fire    DPS, DFS, ANR
                                   Fighting, and Hazardous Materials

     #6                            Mass Care, Food, and Water          AHS, ARC

     #7                            Resource Support                    CNCS, BGS, VTNG

     #8                            Health and Medical Services         VDH

     #9 and #13                    Search and Rescue and Law           VSP and HSU
                                   Enforcement

     #11                           Agriculture and Natural Resources   VAAFM and ANR

     #12                           Energy                              PSD

     #14                           Public Information                  VEM



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 APPENDIX D- PLANNING MEETING AGENDA

                                    Vermont SEOC
                                Planning Meeting Agenda
                                                                               Check when
Meeting Activities                     Responsibility
                                                                               Done

Give situation & resources briefing;
                                       Planning Section Chief
conduct planning meeting

State incident objectives & policy
                                       SEOC Director
issues

State primary & alternative strategies Operations Section Chief;
to meet objectives (precautionary and Planning/Logistics Section Chiefs
protective actions)                    contribute


Specify reporting locations &          Operations Section Chief;
additional facilities needed           Logistics Section Chief assists


Develop the resources, support, &      Planning/Logistics Section Chiefs;
overhead orders                        Logistics Section Chief places orders


Consider additional support
                                       Logistics Section Chief;
requirements needed because of
                                       Operations and Planning Section
communications, traffic, safety,
                                       Chiefs and Safety Officer contribute
medical, etc.


                                       Planning Section Chief finalizes IAP;
Finalize, approve, & implement the
                                       Incident Commander approves IAP;
IAP
                                       General Staff implements IAP




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APPENDIX E- BUILDING EVACUATION




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APPENDIX F- EOC LAYOUT




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APPENDIX H- DisasterLAN/VEPARDS

DisasterLAN/Vermont Emergency Planning and Response Database System
(VEPARDS)

Incidents and information-sharing within the SEOC is managed using VEPARDS through the
DisasterLAN interface. Resources and needs are tracked while requests to the EOC are
completed. Trained users of this system will report to the SEOC during an event and will begin
using the modules based on the user's VEPARDS accounts. Information pertaining to use of
VEPARDS can be found in this section of your SSF binder.

     Calls

         •   All information received from any source may affect the outcome of an event.
             Therefore, it is critical that all agency representatives and support staff share
             information.
         •   Information is taken in the SEOC by designated call-takers who input the information
             into Disaster-LAN. The information is then routed to the appropriate person to carry
             out the task. This information can include resource requests, status reports, or any
             other general information about the event.
         •   It is important that call-takers obtain as much information as possible from the
             caller so the person the call is routed to can carry out their tasks to the fullest
             extent.

     Messages and Communication

         •   Messages and communication to and from people in the SEOC, in the Support
             Areas, and to the affected municipalities are sent and received through the Message
             Center.

     Information Dissemination

                  • Visual Displays include three televisions and two screens which will display
                   pertinent information, news, official time, or other displays as dictated by the
                   event.
                • Disaster-LAN Status Board may be displayed in the EOC and is also
                   available through VEPARDS.
                • Broadcasts and Call Center Alerts in the Message Center of Disaster-LAN.
                • Event Board in the SEOC.
                • Status Boards and Maps in the SEOC.
         Other methods of information tracking include:
                • Call Center Management menu to track calls that are active and completed.
                • Call Center Reports and Statistics menu to generate reports about
                   information.
                • Briefings are periodically conducted by the Planning Section Chief. At these
                   briefings, information will be shared about current status as well as future
                   plans. Each lead staff position and agency representative should be prepared
                   to give a short status report.



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          In Case of Failure
                  •     If DisasterLAN fails, paper message forms and message logs will be provided
                        and used in the place of Disaster-LAN. Samples of these have been provided
                        in this section.
                  •     Information dissemination will be done on the Event Board in the EOC as well
                        as the Status boards and Maps.

Arrival and DisasterLAN Log-In Procedures

              DisasterLAN is the automated disaster management system that is currently used
              for State EOC Incident Coordination Team (ICT) procedures. It is expected that
              those staffing the EOC will be familiar with using DisasterLAN from previous training.
              Because disaster management and coordination efforts in the EOC may be very
              fast-moving, users should not expect to be trained at that time of their arrival.

         EOC Staff Arrival

               Incoming staff will sign in using the ICS 211 located on the sign-in desk in the
                main hallway when they arrive at the EOC.
               Advise the SEOC Director or your section chief of your arrival.
               Occupy your assigned position and turn on your computer, if not already on.

Logging In To DisasterLAN

                     Using Internet Explorer, go to the URL “https://vepards.state.dps.state.vt.us”
                     Enter your USER NAME (usually the first part of your primary email address)
                     Enter PASSWORD (assigned during training)
                     Select a Role (your assigned position)
                     Choose the designated incident and CONTINUE
                     This takes you to the MAIN MENU

Entering a Call

      A call is entered into the system through the Call Center, which is the top tab on the left
      side of the Main Menu.

              Select the Call Type

               1. A request for something (usually a piece of equipment or a service such as a
                  capability or special team).
               2. A donation/offer of something (usually a piece of equipment or service).
               3. A report of something; somebody either “reports” something, or you can report
                  something, and it may just be information.
               4. Determine the specific “kind” of call from the list.
               5. Select a NIMS classification, if appropriate.
               6. Click the submit button.

             Enter Information



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               7. Add information pertinent to the call in the “Specifics” box.
               8. Click CALLER INFORMATION and complete the CONTACT INFORMATION
                  with the caller’s information. If there is no caller information (because you are
                  entering information, delete the caller contact.

                   If you entered something incorrectly or forgot a field, DisasterLAN will
                   pop up a window with fields highlighted in red. These will need to be
                   rectified before proceeding.

Routing and Management of Calls

                   The goal is to complete calls; monitor the call management and complete
                   open calls as soon as possible. An uncompleted call means the problem
                   is not being dealt with.

         Call Routing

Call takers will be responsible for routing calls once they are entered. Routings should be
completed as follows.

If the call is a request for something to be acted on, route it to the:
                                     OPERATIONS SECTION CHIEF
If the call is a report of information or an update of the situation, route it to the:
                                       PLANNING SECTION CHIEF
If the call is a request for a resource of any kind, route it to the:
                                      LOGISTICS SECTION CHIEF
If the call is media related, route it to the:
                                   PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

Information Sharing and Dissemination

The State EOC visual displays consist of three televisions and two screens which will display
pertinent information, news, official time, or other displays as dictated by the event.

In the event that the electronic displays are unavailable, information and event status updates
are may be obtained from the following sources: DisasterLAN Status Board, Streaming Video,
Weather and GIS Map found on the MAIN MENU.
       Message Center
The red envelope at the top left part of the screen means you have a call that you must
address.
A blue envelope at the top left part of the screen means you have an incoming email.




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DISASTERLAN COMMUNICATION FLOW
                                                                                                   Call-Takers
                            Call Comes into Comm. Unit
                                                                             #1 Collects Information

                                                                             #2 Triages the Call

                                                                             #3 Routes the call to 1 of the Section Chiefs (When
                                                                             in doubt the call-taker routes the call to the Ops
                                                                             Section Chief)
                                       Call-Taker
                                                                             #4 Transfers the DisasterLAN call and [telephone
                                                                             call] to the Section Chief




                                                                                                       Section Chiefs/PIO

                                                                                            #1 Receives the Ticket from Call-
            Planning Section          Log Section                   Ops Section             Taker (Positive Hand-off)
                 Chief                   Chief                         Chief
                                                                                            #2 Opens the Call

                                                                                            #3 Answers the associated phone call

                                                                                            #4 Triages the Call
 Situation Unit Ldr                         Primary SSF               Primary SSF
                                                                                            #5 Re-routes the call to the
                                                                                            appropriate SSF

 Status Board Op                        Assisting SSF                 Assisting SSF                              - Or -

                                                                                            #3 Re-routes the call to the correct
                                                                                            Section Chief

  Doc/Res Units                                                                             #4 Follows up on the Section’s active
                                                   SSFs                                     calls
                        #1 Receives the Ticket from Section Chief

                        #2 Opens the Call

                        #3 Answers the associated phone call if any

                        #4 Reviews the Call; deals with it

                                                    - Or -

                        #4 Add routings to other the appropriate SSF/s

                        #5 If you are Primary SSF Responsible for the call,
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APPENDIX I- VERMONT YANKEE EMERGENCY CLASSIFICATION LEVELS

1.       UNUSUAL EVENT OR UNUSUAL EVENT TERMINATED
         A. No releases of radioactive material requiring off-site response
         B. Potential degradation of the level of safety of the plant
         C. Small list of state pager carriers notified
         D. All EPZ pager carriers notified
         E. Local EOC’s not normally activated
         F. Unusual Event terminated means that the problem is already fixed.
         G. Can be terminated by the plant without the approval of the states.

2.       ALERT
         A. Actual or potential substantial degradation of the level of safety of the plant
         B. Any releases are expected to be small fractions of the EPA protective Action
            Guideline Exposure Levels
         C. VY will not issue protective action recommendations
         D. All state and EPZ pager carriers notified.
         E. All state & local EOC’s activated.
         F. Steps are taken to get ready for Precautionary Transfer or Evacuation.
         G. As long as steps are taken to prepare but not move people, there is no need or
            reason for a public notification sequence (EAS message).
         H. Can only be terminated with oversight and approval of the NRC and the states.

3.       SITE AREA EMERGENCY
         A. Events are in process or have occurred which involve actual or likely major failures of
            plant functions needed for protection of the public.
         B. Any releases are not expected to exceed EPA protective Action Guideline Exposure
            Levels except near the site boundary.
         C. VY will not issue protective action recommendations (if they feel the need, they will
            declare a General Emergency)
         D. Precautionary or protective actions may be taken IF the necessary resources are in
            place.
         E. If Precautionary or protective actions that involve the public are taken, a public
            notification sequence (EAS message) must precede or coincide their
            implementation.

4.       GENERAL EMERGENCY
         A. Events are in process or have occurred which involve actual or imminent substantial
            degradation or melting with potential for loss of containment integrity. Releases can
            be reasonable expected to exceed EPA protective Action Guideline Exposure Levels
            beyond the immediate site area.
         B. VY will issue protective action recommendations
         C. There will be one or more public notification sequences.
         D. Decisions must be based on the facts presented and plans and procedures. Any
            departures should be avoided but if necessary must be explained thoughtfully during
            the decision process. In the event of a drill, any departure from the procedures
            should be explained during the decision process in the earshot of the FEMA
            evaluator.

5.       GENERAL EMERGENCY-FAST BREAKER is where the situation goes to General
         Emergency with very little warning and before EOC’s can be opened.


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APPENDIX J- STATE SUPPORT FUNCTIONS (SSFs) SUMMARY

State Support Functions (SSFs) have been organized to facilitate coordination of state
emergency management operations. SSFs and member agency responsibilities are as follows:

1. TRANSPORTATION - State Support Function (SSF) #1

    To provide assistance to State and local governmental entities, and voluntary organizations
    requiring transportation capacity to perform response missions following a major disaster or
    emergency. Support includes, but is not limited to: coordinating assessment of the
    transportation system to support emergency operations; identifying and obtaining (from state
    agencies, the federal government, or by donation, lease, or purchase) appropriate
    transportation assets and/or transportation support capabilities to meet response and
    recovery operational requirements; coordinating establishment of emergency refueling and
    maintenance facilities.

    Lead Agency:

    Agency of Transportation

    Support Agencies:

    Agency of Natural Resources; Department of Buildings & General Services; Department of
    Corrections; Department of Education; Department of Motor Vehicles; Department of Public
    Safety, Division of Emergency Management, Homeland Security Unit and State Police;
    Office of The Adjutant General, VT National Guard; Department of States Attorneys &
    Sheriffs’; Civil Air Patrol

    Applicable Federal ESF #1 - Transportation: (DOT)

2. COMMUNICATIONS - State Support Function (SSF) #2


    To provide a means of defining, specifying, and performing the functions of communication
    through coordination with appropriate federal, state, and local agencies and organizations to
    minimize loss of life and property in the event of an emergency or disaster.

    Lead Agency:

    Department of Information and Innovation; Department of Public Safety, Criminal Justice
    Services

    Support Agencies:

    Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Fish and Wildlife; Agency of Transportation;
    Department of Buildings & General Services; Department of Education [ILN – Video
    Conferencing Network (located at all High-Schools)]; Department of Public Safety,
    Division of Emergency Management, State Police and Homeland Security Unit; Department


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    of Public Service; Office of The Adjutant General, VT National Guard; Vermont Interactive
    TV Network; E-911 Board; Civil Air Patrol; Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services
    (RACES); Verizon; Vermont Telephone (Vtel); TelCove

    Applicable Federal ESF #2 - Communications: (DHS, NCS)


3. PUBLIC WORKS AND ENGINEERING - State Support Function (SSF) #3

    The purpose of this State Support Function is to provide technical advice and evaluation,
    engineering services, contracting for construction management and inspection, contracting
    for the emergency repair of water and wastewater treatment facilities, potable water and ice,
    emergency power, and real estate support to assist the State in meeting goals related to
    lifesaving and life-sustaining actions, damage mitigation, and recovery activities following a
    major disaster or emergency.

    Lead Agencies:

    Agency of Transportation; Department of Public Safety, Division of Fire Safety

    Support Agencies:

    Agency of Administration; Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets; Agency of Natural
    Resources, Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation; Department of Buildings & General
    Services; Department of Health; Office of The Adjutant General, VT National Guard;
    Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
    Unit; Department of Public Service; Office of the Attorney General; US Army Corps of
    Engineers

    Applicable Federal ESF #3 – Public Works & Engineering: (DOD – ACOE & DHS,
    FEMA)

4. FIREFIGHTING - State Support Function (SSF) #4

    The purpose of this State Support Function is to detect and suppress wild-land, rural, and
    urban fires resulting from, or occurring coincidentally with, a major disaster or emergency
    fires and providing support to other states in firefighting operations, if requested.

    Lead Agency:

    Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation; Department of
    Public Safety, Division of Fire Safety

    Support Agencies:

    Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets; Agency of Transportation; Department of Public
    Safety, Division of Emergency Management, Homeland Security Unit and State Police


    Applicable Federal ESF #4 - Firefighting: (USDA, FS)


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5. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, RECOVERY & MITIGATION - State Support Function (SSF)
#5

    The mission of this State Support Function is to support all State agencies and departments
    across the spectrum of incident management from preparedness and prevention to
    response and recovery, as well as mitigation. That includes but is not limited to: facilitating
    information flow in all phases of incident management from pre-incident prevention to
    recovery and mitigation, supporting and facilitating multi-agency planning and coordination
    and coordination of available Federal and State programs and resources for recovery and
    mitigation.

    Lead Agency:

    Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management

    Support Agencies:

    All State Support Functions and other agencies

    Applicable Federal ESF #5 – Emergency Management: (DHS, FEMA) & ESF #14 –
    Long-term Community Recovery and Mitigation: (DHS, FEMA; DOC; HHS; HUD;
    TREAS; SBA)

6. MASS CARE, EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, HOUSING & HUMAN SERVICES - State
Support Function (SSF) #6

    To coordinate assistance in support of State and local efforts to meet the mass care needs
    of victims of a disaster. This assistance will support the delivery of mass care services of
    shelter, feeding, and emergency first aid to disaster victims; the establishment of systems to
    provide bulk distribution of emergency relief supplies to disaster victims; and the collection
    of information to operate a family well-being inquiry system for the purpose of reporting
    victim status and assisting in family reunification.

    Additionally, to provide supplemental assistance to local governments by identifying and
    obtaining food, water, and ice resources for distribution to areas affected by a disaster.
    Support includes, but is not limited to: assisting local governments by assessing the need for
    and obtaining potable water, food, and ice supplies through government and/or non-
    government sources.

    Lead Agency:

    Agency of Human Services

    Support Agencies:

    Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets; Agency of Natural Resources; Agency of
    Transportation; Department of Aging and Independent Living; Department of Buildings &
    General Services; Department of Corrections; Department of Education; Department of



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    Forests, Parks and Recreation; Department of Health; Department of Public Safety, Division
    of Emergency Management, Division of Fire Safety, Homeland Security Unit & State Police;
    Office of The Adjutant General, VT National Guard; Volunteer Relief Organization (American
    Red Cross); VT Food Bank; VT Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VT VOAD);
    Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems

    Applicable Federal ESF #6 - Mass Care, Housing & Human Services: (DHS, FEMA &
    American Red Cross)

7. RESOURCE SUPPORT - State Support Function (SSF) #7


    This State Support Function is responsible for providing personnel, logistical and resources
    support to state and local emergency response and recovery efforts. Support includes, but is
    not limited to: locating, procuring, and issuing resources (facilities, furniture, office
    equipment, airline tickets, vehicles, cargo trucks, fuel, lodging, power generation equipment,
    communications gear, etc.) necessary to support response and recovery efforts which are
    not readily available in a cost efficient manner from other state agencies or existing state
    resources.


    To serve as central point for the coordination of the operations of the State's donations
    management program to include providing information to the public on the most appropriate
    methods for donating; properly and efficiently handling donations of goods and services; and
    assisting voluntary disaster relief agencies, as needed, in their donations, storage, and
    distribution functions. Additionally, coordinate the effective utilization of unaffiliated
    volunteers offering services during the emergency.

    Lead Agency:

    Department of Buildings & General Services; VT Commission on National & Community
    Service

    Support Agencies:

    Agency of Administration; Agency of Human Services; Agency of Transportation;
    Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation; Department of Health; Department of Human
    Resources; Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management and
    Homeland Security Unit; Office of The Adjutant General, VT National Guard; American Red
    Cross; VT Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VT VOAD); Vermont Association of
    Hospitals and Health Systems

    Applicable Federal ESF #7 – Resource & Logistics Management: (GSA) and Volunteer
    & Donations Management Annex (DHS, FEMA)

8. HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES - State Support Function (SSF) #8

    To ensure emergency provision of the state's governmental resources for medical and
    personal care; to facilitate and/or coordinate the provision of private resources for medical
    and personal care for disaster victims; to supplement and support disrupted or



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    overburdened local medical service personnel and facilities; to perform deceased
    identification and mortuary services operations; to relieve personal suffering and trauma.

    Lead Agency:

    Department of Health

    Support Agencies:

    Secretary of State, Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets, Agency of Human Services;
    Agency of Natural Resources; Agency of Transportation; Department of Aging and
    Independent Living; Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities & Health Care Access;
    Department of Education; Department of Labor; Department of Public Safety, Division of
    Emergency Management, Division of Fire Safety, Homeland Security Unit and State Police;
    Department of Veteran’s Affairs; Office of The Adjutant General, VT National Guard;
    Volunteer Relief Organization (American Red Cross); Vermont Association of Hospitals and
    Health Systems; VT Funeral Directors Association; VT Pharmacists Association; VT State
    Medical Society

    Applicable Federal ESF #8 (Public Health and Medical Services): (HHS)

9. SEARCH AND RESCUE - State Support Function (SSF) #9

    The purpose of this State Support Function is to rapidly deploy components to provide
    specialized lifesaving assistance to local authorities in the event of a major disaster or
    emergency. Search & Rescue operational activities include locating, extricating, and
    providing on-site medical treatment to victims trapped in collapsed structures and locating
    personnel in wilderness situations.

    Lead Agency:

    Department of Public Safety

    Support Agencies:
    Agency of Natural Resources, Department of Fish & Wildlife and Department of Forests,
    Parks & Recreation; Department of Labor; Department of Public Safety, Homeland Security
    Unit; Office of The Adjutant General, VT National Guard; Department of States Attorneys &
    Sheriffs’; Civil Air Patrol; Volunteer Relief Organization (American Red Cross)

    Applicable Federal ESF #9 - Search & Rescue: (DHS, FEMA)

10. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS - State Support Function (SSF) #10


    To coordinate a response to threatened or actual releases or discharges of hazardous
    materials and oil spills. Support includes, but is not limited to: coordinating and managing
    the overall state effort to detect, identify, contain, cleanup, or dispose of hazardous materials
    and oil released into the environment, and assisting local governments with the same;
    coordinating assessments of the effects of spills, discharges, and releases on natural
    resources (air, water, land, and animal life) and people; providing technical advice and



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    emergency public information on the protective actions necessary to preserve health and
    protect property; coordinating state efforts when assisting federal agencies involved in
    emergency response, cleanup, and recovery actions pursuant to federal statutes; serving as
    the State's primary incident coordinator for site-specific response activities involving
    hazardous materials and oil spills; and coordinating state efforts to recover emergency
    response and cleanup costs from responsible parties, and to mitigate the effects of future
    discharges, spills, or releases.

    Lead Agency

    Department of Public Safety, Division of Fire Safety

    Support Agencies:

    Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets; Agency of Natural Resources; Agency of
    Transportation; Department of Health; Department of Labor; Department of Motor Vehicles;
    Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management, Homeland Security Unit
    & State Police; Department of States Attorneys & Sheriffs’; Volunteer Relief Organization
    (American Red Cross)

    Applicable Federal ESF #10 - Oil and Hazardous Materials Response: (EPA & DHS,
    USCG))

11. AGRICULTURE & NATURAL RESOURCES - State Support Function (SSF) #11

    The mission of this annex is to provide the mechanism for coordination of local, state and
    voluntary agency resources in response to a significant emergency involving Vermont
    animals and plants.

    Lead Agency:

    Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets; Agency of Natural Resources

    Support Agencies:

    Agency of Transportation; Department of Buildings & General Services; Department of
    Environmental Conservation; Department of Fish & Wildlife; Department of Health;
    Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management, Homeland Security Unit
    and State Police; Office of The Adjutant General, VT National Guard; University of Vermont
    Extension Services; Vermont Farm Bureau; The Humane Society of The United States; VT
    Humane Federation; VT Veterinary Medical Association; American Red Cross; USDA
    APHIS Veterinary Services; USDA APHIS Plant Protection and Quarantine; United Animal
    Nations; American Humane Association; American Veterinary Medical Association; The
    International Fund for Animal Welfare

    Applicable Federal ESF #11 - Agriculture and Natural Resources: (USDA & DOI)

12. ENERGY - State Support Function (SSF) #12




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    This State Support Function is responsible for coordinating the provision of emergency
    power and other energy sources to support emergency response and recovery efforts and
    normalize community functions by coordinating restoration of non-telecommunications utility
    systems damaged as a result of disasters. Support includes, but is not limited to: assessing
    energy and utility system damages, supply and requirements to restore such systems;
    assisting local governments in assessing emergency power needs and priorities, and
    helping them to obtain emergency power generating capabilities, if appropriate; helping
    energy suppliers and utilities obtain equipment, specialized labor, and transportation to
    repair or restore systems; and providing emergency information, education, and
    conservation guidance to the general public concerning energy and utility services.

    Lead Agency:

    Department of Public Service

    Support Agencies:

    Agency of Human Services; Agency of Natural Resources; Department of Buildings &
    General Services; Department of Labor; Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency
    Management and Homeland Security Unit; Office of The Adjutant General, VT National
    Guard

    Applicable Federal ESF #12 - Energy: (DOE)

13. LAW ENFORCEMENT - State Support Function (SSF) # 13

    To establish procedures for the command, control and coordination of all State and local law
    enforcement personnel and equipment to support local law enforcement agencies during
    emergencies. SSF-15 also establishes procedures for the use of the Vermont National
    Guard in security missions requested by local law enforcement agencies. SSF-15 activities
    include: credentialing and access control at the incident site, site security, traffic and crowd
    control, assistance for evacuations, guarding essential facilities, utilities and supplies,
    analyzing conditions and making public safety and security recommendations, assisting in
    developing appropriate warnings to the affected public, providing security for the Strategic
    National Stockpile, assisting with reconnaissance and surveillance, coordinating early
    criminal investigative activity, providing safety and security training for responders, and
    identifying and coordinating contracted services for public safety and security missions.

    Lead Agency:

    Vermont State Police

    Support Agencies:

    Office of Attorney General; Secretary of State; Agency of Natural Resources, Department of
    Fish and Wildlife, Law Enforcement Division; Department of Corrections; Department of
    Liquor Control; Department of Motor Vehicles; Department of Public Safety, Division of
    Emergency Management and Homeland Security Unit; Department of States Attorneys &
    Sheriffs’; Office of The Adjutant General, VT National Guard; Civil Air Patrol; Criminal
    Justice Training Council; Police Chief's Association



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    Applicable Federal ESF #13 - Public Safety and Security: (DHS & DOJ)

14. PUBLIC INFORMATION - State Support Function (SSF) #14

    This State Support Function is responsible for the development and dissemination of a
    variety of information, education, and instructions to the general public, government officials,
    and the news media through direct contact, briefings, presentations, news releases and
    advisories, and response to public and news media queries. Support includes, but is not
    limited to: serving as the official spokesperson concerning Division of Emergency
    Management and State Emergency Management activities and involvement in emergency
    response and recovery operations; serving as the primary point-of-contact with the news
    media for the Emergency Management Division and; overseeing the Joint Information
    System, including the Joint Information Center (JIC) and Media Center, as required, to
    support emergency response and recovery operations; and coordinating community
    relations/outreach efforts as part of state emergency response and recovery operations.

    Lead Agency:

    Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management

    Support Agencies:

    All State Support Functions and other agencies

    Applicable Federal ESF #15 - External Affairs: (DHS)




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APPENDIX K- SEOC ORGANIZATION CHART


                                                   State of Vermont
                                            EOC Incident Coordination Team
                                                   ICS Organization
                                                                                        Governor


                                                                                      SEOC Director

                                                                    Safety Officer                 Information Officer
                                                                                                         SSF 14

                                                                    Liaison Officer                VEPARDS Admin



                            Operations Section                          Planning Section                 Logistics Section          Finance/Admin Section
                                 SSF 5                                       SSF 5                         SSF 2, 5, 7                      SSF 5


         Health & Welfare Branch            Infrastructure Branch              Situation Unit             Resource Support Branch              Time Unit
           SSF 6, 8, 11, ARC                     SSF 1, 3, 12                                                  SSF 2, 7, NG


            Emergency Services                SRAAT Branch                  Documentation Unit              Communications Unit                Cost Unit
             & Support Branch
             SSF 4, 9, 10, 13

            Notification Branch                                                Resource Unit                      Food Unit                Procurement Unit




                                                                           Technical Specialists                                       Compensation/Claims Unit




                                                                            Demobilization Unit




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APPENDIX J- ICS POSITION STRUCTURE
Command
    SEOC Director
    Information Officer (PIO)
           JNC News Media Center Assist
           JNC News Media Center Clerical
           JNC News Media Center EAS Agriculture News Advisory Spec
           JNC News Media Center Liaison
           JNC News Media Center Representative
           PIO Scribe
           Media Escort Officer
           News Advisory/ EAS Writer
           EAS Technician RACES/FNARS
           Public Inquiry Supervisor
                    Public Inquiry Liaison
                    Public Inquiry Operator
    Safety Officer
    Liaison Officer
    Legal Officer

Planning Section
      Planning Section Chief
             Situation Unit Leader
                     Situation Report Writer
                     GIS Map Operator
                     Status Board Operator
                     National Weather Service Rep-Burl. Support to Planning
                     National Weather Service Representative-Albany
                     National Weather Service Representative-Burl.
                     National Weather Service IT Support-Burl. Support to Planning
             Documentation Unit Leader
                     Computer Log Operator
                     Individual Assistance
             Resources Unit Leader
                     Personnel Resources
                     Technical Specialist
             Demobilization Unit Leader
             Planning Section Assistants

Operations Section
      Operations Section Chief
             Air Operations Branch
                    Air Operations Branch Director
             SRAAT Branch
                    SRAAT Branch Director
             Emergency Services & Support Branch
                    SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering-DPS Fire Safety
                    SSF 3 Public Works & Engineering-Transportation
                    SSF 4 Firefighting-DPS Fire Safety
                    SSF 4 Firefighting-ANR
                    SSF 9 Search and Rescue


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                          SSF 10 HazMat
                          SSF 13 Law Enforcement
                          SSF 13 Law Enforcement-HSU
                          National Guard
                  Health & Welfare Branch
                          SSF 6 Mass Care, Food & Water
                          SSF 8 Health & Medical Services
                          Red Cross
                                  Congregate Care Coordinator
                                  Crisis Counselor Coordinator
                          SSF 11 Animal & Plant Emergency Services-ANR
                          SSF 11 Animal & Plant Emergency Services Agric.
                  Infrastructure Branch
                          SSF 1 Transportation
                          SSF 12 Energy
                  Notification Unit
                          Notifications Branch Director
                                  Notification Specialist
                  Operations Section Assistants

Logistics Section
       Logistics Section Chief
                      Logistics Section Assistants
                      Facility Front Door Security Uniformed Trooper
               SSF 2 Communications
                      DII Co-Lead Telecommunications/IT
                               Telephone Repair Coordinator
                               Information Technology Specialist
               SSF 2 Communications
                      DPS Co-Lead-Radio Communications
                               Radio Repair Coordinator
                               Communications Unit Leader
                                      RACES/FNARS Supervisor
                                             RACES Operator
                                             Remote RACES Operator
                                      Radio/Phone Supervisor
                                             Radio/Phone Operator
                                             DPS-VEM/EPZ Radio Operator
                                             VNG Radio Operator
                                      Fax Supervisor
                                             Fax-In Operator
                                             Fax-Out Operator
               SSF 7 Resource Support-BGS
                      SSF 7 Co-Lead (Equipment) Resources
                               BGS Maintenance Staff
                               Supply Unit Load Master Leader
                               Food Service Unit Leader
                                      Food Service Worker
                               Medical Unit Leader
                                      Medical responder
               SSF 7 Resource Support-Commission on Natl. & Community Service


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                                    SSF 7 Co-Lead (People) Resources

Finance & Admin Section
      Finance & Admin Section Chief
            Compensation Claims Leader
            Cost Unit Leader
            Procurement Unit Leader
            Time Unit Leader




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        APPENDIX K- PHONE NUMBERS

                    STATE SUPPORT FUNCTION TELEPHONE EXTENSIONS IN THE SEOC
               SSF #                  SSF NAME                       AGENCY                   PHONE #
                 1        Transportation                    AOT                                 5391
                 2        Communications                    DPS                                 5562
                 2        Communications                    DII                                 5133
                 3        Public Works & Engineering        Division of Fire Safety             5469
                 3        Public Works & Engineering        Agency of Transportation            5391
                 4        Firefighting                      Fire Safety Division                5469
                 4        Firefighting                      Forest, Parks, & Recreation         5530
                 6        Mass Care, Food & Water           Agency of Human Services            5474
                 6        Mass Care, Food & Water           American Red Cross                  5478
                 7        Resource Management               Buildings & General Services        5524
                 7        Donated & Volunteer Services      VT CNCS                             5131
                 8        Health                            Dept of Health                      5475
                 9        Search and Rescue                 Dept. of Public Safety              5473
                10        Hazmat                            Division of Fire Safety             5469
                11        Agriculture & Natural Resources   Agency of Agriculture               5383
                11        Agriculture & Natural Resources   Agency of Natural Resources         5497
                12        Energy                            Public Service Department        5477/ 5472
                13        Law Enforcement                   Homeland Security Unit              5470
                13        Law Enforcement                   Vermont State Police                5473
                14        Public Information                VEM                              5529/ 5530
                MS        Military Support                  VTNG                                5132

                 COMMAND, GENERAL STAFF, AND SUPPORT AREA PHONE EXTENSIONS

          Position                 Phone #
Governor or GAR                      5479
SEOC Director                        5476
Operations Chief                  5471/ 8462
Operations Asst.                     5135
Planning Chief                       5387
Situation Unit                       5366
Documentation Unit                   5450
GIS Map Operator                     5387
Resources Unit                       5134
Status Board Operator                5387
Logistics Chief                      5518
Public Information Officer        5529/ 5530
PIO Asst.                            5336
VEPARDS Admin.                    5387/ 5243




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   = Command and General Staff
   = Support Area
   = SSF Positions

                                                       Position          Room Number #        Phone #
                                            Finance and Administration        N/A              55458
                                            Communications Unit
                                            (Admin)                           249            5370/ 5597
                                            Dose Assessment Team              254               5372
                                            Infrastructure Branch             248               5379
                                            Incident Director's Room         254A               5376
                                            RACES/FNARS                       247               5378
                                            Military Support                  255               5347
                                            Logistics                         244               5375
                                            Incident Coordination Team        243               5148
                                            Emergency Services and
                                             Operations Support Branch       258A               5412
                                            Health and Welfare Branch         241               5258
                                            RERP                              259               5495
                                            Commissioner's Conference                        5187/ 5188
                                             Room                             N/A            5189/ 5190
                                            Field Force Conference
                                            Room                              228            5429/ 5241




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IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

                                    LOCATION            PHONE NUMBER          FAX NUMBER            NAME

       Civil Air Patrol        So. Burlington       802-893-7078              802-951-2507   Col. Anne Clark

         Derby VSP             Derby, VT            802-334-8881

            EOF                Brattleboro          Issued during Emergency   802-258-4274

       FEMA Region I           Boston, MA           1-877-336-2734            617-956-7519

        FEMA RRCC              Maynard, MA          978-461-5400

          Governor             Montpelier, VT       802-828-3333                             Gov. Jim Douglas

             IFO               Dummerston, VT       802-257-2814              802-257-2836

          MA EOC               Agawam, MA           413-821-1500              413-821-1599
                               Framingham, MA
          MA EOC                                    508-820-2000              508-820-2015
                               (HQ)
          MA EOC               Tewksbury, MA        978-328-1500
          MA EOC               Bridgewater, MA      508-697-3111

       NWS Burlington          So. Burlington, VT   802-862-2475

        NWS Albany             Albany, NY           518-435-9574
          NH EOC               Brentwood, NH        603-642-8132

          NH EOC               Concord, NH (HQ)     603-271-2231              603-223-3609
          NH EOC               Keene, NH            603-757-1886

          NYSEMO               Albany, NY           518-292-2200              518-457-9995

           RACES               Waterbury, VT        802-241-2941                             John Borichevsky

      Rockingham VSP           Rockingham, VT       802-875-2112

         Quebec EM                                  418-528-1666

           VT EOC              Waterbury, VT        1-800-347-0488            802-241-5556

     VT EPZ TOWN EOC           Brattleboro, VT      802-251-8171              802-254-6449
     VT EPZ TOWN EOC           Dummerston, VT       802-257-5072              802-257-5601

     VT EPZ TOWN EOC           Guilford, VT         802-254-9328              802-254-9085
     VT EPZ TOWN EOC           Halifax, VT          802-368-7318              802-368-2677

     VT EPZ TOWN EOC           Vernon, VT           802-257-0709              802-257-5597

           WTSA                Brattleboro, VT      802-254-4577              802-257-4644




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                       STATE POLICE FIELD OFFICE PHONE NUMBERS

                                      State Police Field Offices
                                    Phone
            Field Station          Number       Fax Number          Address
                                 802-234-       802-234-     2011 VT Rte 107
           Royalton              9933           6520         Royalton, VT 05068
                                 802-222-       802-222-     1594 Waits River Rd
           Bradford              4680           4028         Bradford, VT 05033
                                 802-254-       802-257-     464 Marlboro Rd
           Brattleboro           2382           7951         Brattleboro, VT 05301
                                                             35 Crawford Road
                                 802-334-       802-334-     PO Box 410
           Derby                 8881           4740         Derby, VT 05829
                                 802-338-       802-388-     PO Box 83
           New Haven             4919           1420         New Haven VT 05472
                                 802-229-       802-229-     1080 US Route 2
           Middlesex             9191           2648         Middlesex, VT 05602
                                 802-875-       802-875-     1987 Rockingham Rd
           Rockingham            2112           2176         Chester, VT 05143
                                 802-773-       802-775-     124 State Place
           Rutland               9101           6968         Rutland, VT 05701
                                 802-524-       802-527-     PO Box 809
           St. Albans            5993           1150         St. Albans, VT 05478
                                                             1068 Us. Route 5,
                                                             Suite #1
                                 802-748-       802-748-     St. Johnsbury, VT
           St. Johnsbury         3111           1585         05819
                                 802-442-       802-422-     PO Box 215
           Shaftsbury            5421           3263         Shaftsbury, VT 05262
                                 802-878-       802-878-     2777 St. George Rd
           Williston             7111           2742         Williston, VT 05495




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APPENDIX M- DEFINITIONS AND ACRONYMS

Definitions

Access Control (RERP)- The establishment of roadblocks, road barriers, or other means to
         control unauthorized public entry into designated areas.

Access Control Point (RERP)- A key intersection or area of road designated to restrict traffic
         into and within the Plume Exposure Pathway (EPZ) as part of access control.

Agency- A division of government with a specific function, that offers a particular kind of
         assistance. In ICS, agencies are defined as jurisdictional (having statutory
         responsibility for incident mitigation) or assisting and/or cooperating (providing
         resources and/or assistance).

Agency Representative (Qualified Rep.)- A person assigned by a primary, assisting, or
         cooperating Federal, State, local, or tribal government agency or private entity that
         has been delegated authority to make decisions affecting that agency’s or
         organization’s participation in incident management activities following appropriate
         consultation with the leadership of that agency.

Agricultural Facility (RERP)- Any building or tract of land used to grow crops or raise livestock
          for production of food storage and food processing operations.

ALARA (RERP)- The acronym for As Low As Reasonably Achievable. The radiation protection
        philosophy of minimizing radiation exposure to the lowest practical level.

Alert (RERP)- An ALERT is an emergency classification which indicates events are in process
          or have occurred which involve an actual or potential substantial degradation of the
          level of safety of the plant. Any releases are expected to be limited to small fractions
          of the EPA Protective Action Guideline exposure levels. It is the next to the lowest
          level of severity of the four emergency classifications.

Alternate Statewide Warning Point (ASWP)- The State Police Barracks in Derby, VT, that can
          receive and transmit notification should communications at the Primary State
          Warning Point fail.
Alpha Particle (RERP)- A heavy, positively charged particle which is highly ionizing but has
          almost no penetration effect. It can be stopped by a sheet of paper or human skin.
          The chief danger from alpha particles is from internal exposure.


Area Command (Unified Area Command)- An organization established (1) to oversee the
        management of multiple incidents that are each being handled by an ICS
        organization or (2) to oversee the management of large or multiple incidents to which
        several Incident Management Teams have been assigned. Area Command has the
        responsibility to set overall strategy and priorities, allocate critical resources
        according to priorities, ensure that incidents are properly managed, and ensure that
        objectives are met and strategies followed. Area Command becomes Unified Area
        Command when incidents are multijurisdictional. Area Command may be established


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             at an Emergency Operations Center facility or at some location other than an
             Incident Command Post.

Background Radiation (RERP)- Radiation from natural sources. Normal background radiation
        for Americans is about 100 to 200 millirems per year.
Beta Particle (RERP)- An electron, of either positive or negative charge, that has been emitted
          by an atomic nucleus or neutron in a nuclear transformation. It can travel several
          feet in the air, and can penetrate human skin. It can cause damage by internal and
          external radiation.

Boiling Water Reactor (BWR) (RERP)- A nuclear reactor in which water is boiled in the reactor
          vessel and the resulting steam drives a turbine to generate electricity.
Buffer Zone (RERP)- Refers to an area adjacent to a restricted zone, to which residents may
          return, but for which protective measures are recommended to minimize exposure to
          radiation.

Cladding (RERP)- The outer jacket of nuclear fuel rods. It prevents corrosion of the fuel by the
          coolant and the release of fission products into the coolant. The most common
          cladding material is a zirconium alloy.

Casualty- Any person who is declared dead or is missing, ill, or injured.

Catastrophic Incident- Any natural or manmade incident, including terrorism, which leaves
         extraordinary levels of mass casualties, damage, or disruption severely, affecting the
         population, infrastructure, environment, economy, and government functions. A
         catastrophic event results in sustained national impacts over a prolonged period of
         time; exceeds resources normally available to Federal, State, local, tribal, and private
         sectors entities and significantly interrupts governmental operations and emergency
         services to such an extent that national security could be threatened.

Chain of Command- A series of command, control, executive, or management positions in
          hierarchical order of authority.

Cold Shutdown (RERP)- Condition of a reactor when the fission process has been halted and
         decayed heat in the core coolant has dropped below the boiling point of water.

Command Staff- In an incident management organization, the Command Staff consists of the
       Incident Command and the special staff positions of Public Information Officer,
       Safety Officer, Liaison Officer, and other positions as required, who report directly to
       the Incident Commander. They may have an assistant or assistants, as needed.

Common Operating Picture (COP) - A broad view of the overall situation as reflected by
          situation reports, aerial photography, and other information or intelligence.

Condenser (RERP)- Apparatus where steam which turns the turbines is cooled and condensed
        to a liquid state for return to the steam generator.

Consequence Management- Predominantly an emergency management function and included
        measures to protect public health and safety, restore essential government services,


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             and provide emergency relief to governments, businesses, and individuals affected
             by the consequences of terrorism. The requirements of consequence management
             and crisis management are combined in the NRP. See also Crisis Management.

Containment Vessel (RERP)- Steel and reinforced concrete structure housing the nuclear
         reactor and steam generator.
Contamination (RERP)- The deposition of radioactive substances on the surfaces of personnel
         or objects.
Control Rod (RERP)- A rod, plate, or tube containing a material that readily absorbs neutrons.
          By absorbing neutrons, a control rod prevents the neutrons from causing further
          fission.
Control TLD (RERP)- Controls TLDs are used to measure background radiation history during
          the storage period.
Coolant (RERP)- Liquid or gas circulated through a nuclear reactor to remove or transfer heat.
          Common coolants are water, heavy water, carbon dioxide, liquid sodium, and
          sodium-potassium alloy.
Core (RERP)- The part of the nuclear reactor containing the fuel assemblies which generate
         heat by fission.
Core Melt Accident (RERP)- A postulated reactor accident in which the fuel melts because of
          overheating.

Credible Threat- A potential terrorist threat that, based on a threat assessment, is credible and
          likely to involve weapons of mass destruction.

Crisis Management- Predominantly a law enforcement function and included measures to
          identify, acquire, and plan the use of resources needed to anticipate, prevent, and/or
          resolve a threat or act of terrorism. The requirements of consequence management
          and crisis management are combined in the NRP. See also Consequence
          Management.

Critical Infrastructure Coordinator- Assigned by DHS/IAIP, the Critical Infrastructure
            Coordinator serves as the principal advisor to the JFO Coordination Group regarding
            all national- and regional-level Critical Infrastructure Sectors/Key Resources incident-
            related issues.

Cyber- Pertaining to computers and their support systems, such as servers, routers, and
          switches that support critical infrastructure.

Decayed Heat (RERP)- Heat generated by decaying radioactive products of the fission process
         when fission has been halted in the reactor core.
Decontamination (RERP)- The removal of radioactive substances from the surface of
        personnel or objects (required if surface contamination measured by CDV-700
        survey meter is greater than 100 cpm above background radiation).

Deputy- A fully qualified individual who, in the absence of a superior, could be delegated the
          authority to manage a functional operation or perform a specific task. In some cases,
          a deputy could act as relief for a superior and therefore must be fully qualified in the

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             position. Deputies can be assigned to the Incident Commander, General Staff, and
             Branch Directors.

District Response Group- Established in each DHS-USCG District, the District Response
           Group is primarily responsible for providing the On-Scene Commander technical
           assistance, personnel, and equipment during responses typically involving marine
           zones.

Derived Response Level (RERP)- A calculated radionuclide concentration in foodstuffs, milk,
         and water, which if ingested without any protective actions, would result in a
         projected dose commitment equivalent to the preventive or emergency PAGs.

Direct Reading Dosimiter (DRD) (RERP)- A Direct Reading Dosimeter (DRD) is an instrument
          which measures total gamma radiation exposure.

Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT)- Now part of FEMA. A DMAT is a volunteer group
          of medical and nonmedical individuals, usually from the same State or region of a
          State, which has formed a response team under the guidance of the NDMS (or under
          similar State or local auspices). Usually includes a mix of physicians, nurses, nurse
          practitioners, physician’s assistants, pharmacists, emergency medical technicians,
          other allied health professionals, and support staff. Standard DMAT has 35
          deployable personnel.

Disaster Mortuary Assistant Team (DMORT)             - Now part of FEMA. A DMORT is a
          volunteer
          group of medical and forensic personnel, usually from the same geographic region,
          that has formed a response team under the guidance of the NDMS (or State or local
          auspices), and whose personnel have specific training/skills in victim identification,
          mortuary services, and forensic pathology and anthropology methods. Usually
          includes a mix of medical examiners, coroners, pathologists, forensic
          anthropologists, medical records technicans, fingerprint technicians, forensic
          odentologists, dental assitants, radiologists, funeral directors, mental health
          professionals, and support personnel. DMORTs are mission-tailored on an ad-hoc
          basis, and usually deploy only with personnel and equipment specifically required for
          current mission.

Domestic Emergency Support Team (DEST)- The DEST is a rapidly deployable, inter-agency
         team responsible for providing the FBI expert advice and support concerning the
         U.S. Government’s capabilities in resolving the terrorist threat or incident. This
         includes crisis and consequence management assistance, technical or scientific
         advice and contingency planning guidance tailored to situations involving chemical,
         biological, or nuclear/radiological weapons.

Dose (RERP)- An accumulation of radiation exposure

Dose Rate (RERP)- The accumulation of radiation exposure over a given period of time, usually
            hourly.

Dosimeter Charger (CDV-750) (RERP)- A device used to zero direct reading dosimeters prior
         to issuance.


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Dosimetry (RERP)- Devices that measure or record personnel exposure to radiation.

Dosimetry Packet- (RERP)- A package that contains dosimetry, KI information card, and forms
         for measuring and documenting the workers exposure to radiation.

Drill- A supervised instruction period aimed at developing and maintaining skills in emergency
            response.

Emergency- Absent a Presidentially declared emergency, any incident, human-caused or
        natural, that requires responsive action to protect life or property. Under the Robert
        T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, an means any occasion
        or instance for which, in the determination of the President, Federal assistance is
        needed to supplement State and local efforts and capabilities to save lives and to
        protect property and public health and safety, or to lessen or avert the threat of a
        catastrophe in any part of the United States.

Emergency Action Levels (EALs) (RERP)- Specific instrument readings, system or event
        observation, and/or radiological levels which initiate event classification. These are
        specific threshold readings or observations indicating system failures or
        abnormalities. A manual describing these EALs in lay person’s language is
        published by Vermont Yankee and distributed by Vermont Emergency Management
        to notification system responders.

Emergency Alert System (EAS)- The nationwide network of radio stations, television stations,
        and cable providers designated to provide emergency information and instructions to
        the public in the event of an emergency. The primary activation site for EAS is at the
        Vermont State Warning Point at the Public Safety Department in Waterbury. The
        backup location is at the State EOC, also at the Public Safety Department in
        Waterbury.

Emergency Classification Levels (ECL) (RERP)- The level at which an incident at a nuclear
        power plant has been classified by the plant operator. Each level (ECL) triggers a
        set of predetermined actions by the off-site Emergency Response Organization. The
        four levels in ascending severity are:
                            UNUSUAL EVENT
                            ALERT
                            SITE AREA EMERGENCY
                            GENERAL EMERGENCY

Emergency Core Cooling System (ECCS) (RERP)- A series of backup safety systems
        designed to dump thousands of gallons of cooling water into the reactor, thus
        preventing a core meltdown in the event the normal core cooling system fails.


Emergency Operations Center (EOC)- The physical location at which the coordination of
        information and resources to support domestic incident management activities
        normally takes place. An EOC may be a temporary facility or may be located in a
        more central or permanently established facility, perhaps at a higher level of
        organization within a jurisdiction. EOC’s may be organized by major functional


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             disciplines (e.g., fire, law enforcement, and medical services), by jurisdiction (e.g.,
             Federal, State, regional, county, city, tribe), or some combination thereof.

Emergency Operations Facility (EOF)         (RERP)- A center established by the utility to
        coordinate the flow of technical information from the on-site to the off-site emergency
        response organization. It is in the EOF that accident assessment activities are
        coordinated among state, local, federal, and utility personnel.

Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)- The “steady-state” plan maintained by various
        jurisdictional levels for managing a wide variety of potential hazards.

Emergency Planning Zones (EPZ) (RERP)- The areas covered by the Radiological
        Emergency Response Plan. There are two zones. The boundary of the Plume
        Exposure Pathway EPZs is chosen to accommodate practical planning
        considerations and to conform as closely as possible to a 10-mile radius. As a
        planning concept, if part of a town is in an EPZ, the entire town is considered within
        the zone. The actual EPZ boundary may be more or less than 10 miles from the
        plant. The boundary for the Ingestion Exposure Pathway EPZ is a 50-mile radius
        from the plant and includes the 10-mile EPZ.

Emergency Protective Actions (RERP)- Actions taken to isolate food to prevent its
        introduction into commerce and to determine whether condemnation or other
        disposition is appropriate. The FDA Emergency PAGs are 15 rem to the thyroid and
        5 rem, whole body and other organs.

Emergency Public Information- Information that is disseminated primarily in anticipation of an
        emergency or during an emergency. In addition to providing situational information to
        the public, it also frequently provides directive actions required to be taken by the
        general public.

Emergency Response Organization (OFF-SITE)- The combination of state, local, federal, and
        private agencies designed specifically to provide off-site capability to implement
        emergency responses.

Emergency Response Team (ERT)- (1) A team composed of Federal program and support
        personnel, which FEMA activates and deploys into an area affected by a major
        disaster or emergency. This team assists the FCO in carrying out his/her
        responsibilities under the Stafford Act, the declaration, applicable laws, regulations,
        and the FEMA-State agreement. (2) The team is an interagency team, consisting of
        the lead representative from each Federal department or agency assigned primary
        responsibility for an Emergency support Function and key members of the FCO's
        staff, formed to assist the FCO in carrying out his/her responsibilities. The team
        provides a forum for coordinating the overall Federal consequence management
        response requirements. If this & the next three terms are still in the nrf, keep them. If
        not, eliminate or include replacement terms.

Emergency Response Team-Advanced Element (ERT-A)- Responds to an incident in the
        field. A part of the ERT-A deploys to the State Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
        or to other locations to work directly with the State to obtain information on the
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             assistance that are called back to the RST for processing. Other elements of the
             ERT-A (including MERS personnel and equipment) deploy directly to or near the
             affected area to establish field communications, locate and establish field facilities,
             and set up operations. The ERT-A identifies or validates the suitability of candidate
             sites for the location of the mobilization center(s) and the DFO. Once the DFO is
             ready for use, the ERT-A and/or ERT-N is augmented by DHS and other Federal
             agency staff to form a full ERT.

Emergency Response Team- National (ERT-N)- In a catastrophic disaster or high visibility
        incident that would demand the full capabilities of DHS, a National Emergency
        Response Team (ERT-N) may deploy to the affected area. The Secretary of DHS
        determines the need for an ERT-N deployment, coordinating the plans with the
        affected region and other Federal agencies. The ERT-N comprises staff from DHS
        HQ and regional offices as well as other Federal agencies. (Three ERT-N team
        rosters; each team is on call every third month.) Once the DFO is ready for use, the
        ERT-A and/or ERT-N is augmented by DHS and other Federal agency staff to form a
        full ERT. Team provides coordination for Federal response and recovery activities
        within a State. Once the ERT-N is operational at the Disaster Field Office (DFO), it
        assumes responsibility from the Regional Operations Center (ROC) staff for
        management of the Federal response and recovery operation. Major organizational
        elements of the ERT-N include operations, logistics, information and planning, and
        administration sections. These four sections coordinate at the staff level and provide
        mutual support to accomplish priority missions. This coordination includes
        interaction, consultation, planning, information sharing, operational decision-making,
        and commitment of resources.


Emergency Support Function (ESF)- A grouping of government and certain private sector
        capabilities into an organizational structure to provide the support, resources,
        program implementation, and services that are most likely to be needed to save
        lives, protect property and the environment, restore essential services and critical
        infrastructure, and help victims and communities return to normal, when feasible,
        following domestic incidents. The ESFs serve as the primary operational-level
        mechanism to provide assistance to State, local, and tribal governments or to
        Federal departments and agencies conducting missions of primary Federal
        responsibility.

Entry to Recovery (RERP)- Refers to the process of reducing radiation exposure rates and
          concentrations of radioactive material in the environment to acceptable levels for
          return by the general public for unconditional occupancy or use after the emergency
          phase of a radiation emergency

Evacuation - Organized, phased, and supervised withdrawal, dispersal, or removal of
         civilians from dangerous or potentially dangerous areas, and their reception and care
         in safe areas.

Evacuation Routes - Those roadways identified in state and local plans as the principal routes
         leading from the Plume Exposure Pathway EPZ for use by vehicles in the event of an
         accident requiring evacuation. Outside the EPZ, these are identified state maintained



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             routes that should be used by local emergency planners as a basis for planning local
             evacuations routes which should lead to them.

Event- A significant event or designated special event requiring security, such as inaugurals,
           State of the Union addresses, the Olympics, and international summit conferences.

Exercise- An evaluated event involving emergency response to a simulated emergency. The
          purpose of an exercise is to evaluate integrated responses of all or a portion of the
          components in an emergency response organization.

Exposure Limits (RERP)- Established limits to administratively control exposures to radiation.


Facility Management- Facility selection and acquisition, building services, information systems,
           communications, safety and health, and physical security.

Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO)- The Federal officer who is appointed to manage Federal
          resource support activities related to Stafford Act disasters and emergencies. The
          FCO is responsible for directing and coordinating the timely delivery of Federal
          disaster assistance resources and programs to the affected State and local
          governments, individual victims, and the private sector.

First Responder (FR)- Local police, fire, and emergency medical personnel who first arrive on
          the scene of an incident and take action to save lives, protect property, and meet
          basic human needs. First responders may include Federal, State, local, or tribal
          responders.

Fuel Assemblies (RERP)- Separate bundles of fuel rods. A nuclear reactor core contains
         scores of fuel assemblies and more than 100,000 fuel rods.

Fuel Rods (RERP)- Long hollow rods, usually of zirconium alloy, into which are packed thimble-
         sized pellets of uranium.

Gamma Rays (RERP)- Penetrating electromagnetic radiation emitted in radioactive decay,
       similar to radiation produced by X-rays.


General Emergency (GE) (RERP)- A GENERAL EMERGENCY is an emergency classification
         which indicates that events are in process or have occurred which involve actual or
         imminent substantial degradation or melting with potential for loss of containment
         integrity. Releases can be reasonably expected to exceed EPA Protective Action
         Guideline exposure levels beyond the immediate site area. It is the most severe of
         the four emergency classifications.

Half Life (RERP)- Term used to describe the time rate at which radioactive materials decay into
           stable elements.

Hazard- Something that is potentially dangerous or harmful, often the root cause of an
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Hazard Mitigation (HAZMIT) - Any action taken to reduce exposure to, probability of, or
          potential loss from hazards. Measures may include zoning and building codes,
          floodplain buyouts, and analysis of hazard-related data to determine where it is safe
          to build or locate temporary facilities.

Hazardous Material- A substance or material, including a hazardous substance, which has
         been determined by the Secretary of Transportation to be capable of posing an
         unreasonable risk to health, safety, and property when transported in commerce, and
         which has been so designated (see 49 CFR 171.8). For the purpose of the NRP, the
         term is intended to include hazardous substances, pollutants, and contaminants as
         defined by the NCP.

Hazardous Substance- As defined by the NCP, any substance designated pursuant to section
         311(b)(2)(A) of the Clean Water Act; any element, compound, mixture, solution, or
         substance designated pursuant to section 102 of the Comprehensive Environmental
         Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA); any hazardous waste having
         the characteristics identified under or listed pursuant to section 3001 of the Solid
         Waste Disposal Act (but not including any waste the regulation of which under the
         Solid Waste Disposal Act (42 U.S.C. § 6901 et seq.) has been suspended by Act of
         Congress); any toxic pollutant listed under section 307(a) of the Clean Water Act;
         any hazardous air pollutant listed under section 112 of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. §
         7521 et seq.); and any imminently hazardous chemical substance or mixture with
         respect to which the EPA Administrator has taken action pursuant to section 7 of the
         Toxic Substances Control Act (15 U.S.C. § 2601 et seq.).

Host Facility (RERP)- Any facility outside of the EPZ to which special facility residents or
          residents are evacuated.


Incident- An occurrence or event, natural or human-caused, that requires an emergency
           response to protect life or property. Incidents can, for example, include major
           disasters, emergencies, terrorist attacks, terrorist threats, wild land and urban fires,
           floods, hazardous materials spills, nuclear accidents, aircraft accidents, earthquakes,
           hurricanes, tornadoes, tropical storms, war-related disasters, public health and
           medical emergencies, and other occurrences requiring an emergency response.

Incident Action Plan (IAP)- An oral or written plan containing general objectives reflecting the
          overall strategy for managing an incident. It may include the identification of
          operational resources and assignments. It may also include attachments that provide
          direction and important information for management of the incident during one or
          more operational periods.

Incident Command Post (ICP)- The field location at which the primary tactical-level, on-scene
          incident command functions are performed. The ICP may be collocated with the
          incident base or other incident facilities.

Incident Command System (ICS)- A standardized on-scene emergency management concept
          specifically designed to allow its user(s) to adopt an integrated organizational
          structure equal to the complexity and demands of single or multiple incidents without



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             being hindered by jurisdictional boundaries. The national standard for ICS is
             provided by the NIMS.

Incident Commander (IC)- The individual responsible for all incident activities, including the
          development of strategies, tactics, ordering and release of resources. The IC has
          overall authority and responsibility for conducting incident operations and is
          responsible for the management of all incident operations at the incident site.

Incident Coordination Team (ICT)- The Incident Director and appropriate Command and
          General Staff personnel assigned to an incident located at the MACC (Multi-Agency
          Coordination Center). Designed to operate within the National Incident Management
          System.

Incident Field Office (IFO) (RERP)- The Incident Field Office (IFO) is the location in close
           proximity to the Plume Exposure EPZ from which Vermont Emergency Management
           will coordinate with federal, state, and local emergency response organizations. The
           IFO supplements the emergency response capability of the State EOC in Waterbury.

Incident Mitigation- Actions taken during an incident designed to minimize impacts or contain
          the damages to property or the environment.

Incident Management Assistance Team- In coordination with the RRCC and the State, FEMA
          may deploy an IMAT. IMATs are interagency teams composed of subject-matter
          experts and incident management professionals. IMAT personnel may be drawn
          from national or regional Federal department and agency staff according to
          established protocols. IMAT temas make preliminary arrangements t set up Federal
          field facilities and initiate establishment of the JFO.

Ingestion Exposure Pathway Zone a.k.a. the Ingestion Pathway Zone (IPZ) RERP- The
          principal exposure in this area would be from consumption of contaminated water or
          foods such as milk and fresh vegetables. The pathway is an area fifty (50) miles in
          radius from the nuclear power plant. The time of potential exposure could range in
          length from hours to months.

Initial Notification (RERP)- The first communication from the Utility Control Room to the off-
            site Emergency Response Organization that an incident has occurred at the power
            plant which may involve activation of the RERP.

Ionizing Radiation (RERP)- Radiation which causes ionization of atoms and molecules.

Isotope (RERP)- Different forms of the same chemical element which are distinguished by
          having different numbers of neutrons in the nucleus. A single element may have
          many isotopes.

Joint Field Office (JFO)- A temporary Federal facility established to provide a central point for
           Federal, State, local, and Tribal executives with responsibility for incident oversight,
           direction, and/or assistance to effectively coordinate protection, prevention,
           preparedness, response, and recovery actions. The JFO will combine the traditional
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Joint Information Center (JIC)- A facility established to coordinate all incident-related public
           information activities on-scene. It is the central point of contact for all news media at
           the scene of the incident. Public information officials from all participating Federal
           agencies should collocate at the JIC. Public information officials from participating
           State, local, and tribal agencies and nongovernmental entities also may collocate at
           the JIC.

Joint Operations Center (JOC)- The JOC is the focal point for all investigative law
          enforcement activities during a terrorist or potential terrorist incident or any other
          significant criminal incident, and is managed by the FBI. The JOC integrates into the
          JFO when the NRP is activated.

Jurisdiction- The range or sphere of authority. Public agencies have jurisdiction at an incident
           related to their legal responsibilities and authority for incident mitigation.
           Jurisdictional authority at an incident can be political or geographical (e.g., city,
           county, State, or Federal boundary lines) or functional (e.g., law enforcement, public
           health). Liaison Officer. An agency official sent to another agency to facilitate
           interagency communications and coordination.

Local Government- A county, municipality, city, town, township, local public authority, school
         district, special district, intrastate district, council of governments (regardless of
         whether the council of governments is incorporated as a nonprofit corporation under
         State law), regional or interstate government entity, or agency or instrumentality of a
         local government; an Indian tribe or authorized tribal organization or, in Alaska, a
         Native Village or Alaska Regional Native Corporation; or a rural community,
         unincorporated town or village, or other public entity. (As defined in section 2(10) of
         the Homeland Security Act of 2002, Public Law 107-296, 116 Stat. 2135, et seq.
         (2002).)

Loss-Of-Coolant Accident (LOCA) (RERP)- An accident that can result from an opening, such
         as a pipe break or a stuck open relieve valve, in the primary cooling system. At the
         first sign of a LOCA, the reactor would shut down automatically.

Major Disaster        - As defined under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency
          Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. § 5122), a major disaster is any natural catastrophe
          (including any hurricane, tornado, storm, high water, wind-driven water, tidal wave,
          tsunami, earthquake, volcanic eruption, landslide, mudslide, snowstorm, or drought)
          or, regardless of cause, any fire, flood, or explosion, in any part of the United States,
          which in the determination of the President causes damage of sufficient severity and
          magnitude to warrant major disaster assistance under this act to supplement the
          efforts and available resources of States, local governments, and disaster relief
          organizations in alleviating the damage, loss, hardship, or suffering caused thereby.

Melt-Down (RERP)- The overheating of a reactor core, usually as a result of loss of coolant, to
         the extent that uranium melts through the metal cladding on the fuel rod. It is
         believed in extreme cases that hat in the core could become so intense that the core
         would melt through the reactor vessel and down through the concrete floor of the
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Millirem (mR or mr) (RERP)- A measure of radiation. A millirem is one-thousandth of a rem,
           the basic measure of radiation. A normal chest X-ray exposes a person to between
           20 and 30 millirems.

Mitigation- The activities designed to reduce or eliminate risks to persons or property or to
           lessen the actual or potential effects or consequences of an incident. Mitigation
           measures may be implemented prior to, during, or after an incident. Mitigation
           measures are often informed by lessons learned from prior incidents. Mitigation
           involves ongoing actions to reduce exposure to, probability of, or potential loss from
           hazards. Measures may include zoning and building codes, floodplain buyouts, and
           analysis of hazard-related data to determine where it is safe to build or locate
           temporary facilities. Mitigation can include efforts to educate governments,
           businesses, and the public on measures they can take to reduce loss and injury.

Monitoring (RERP)- The process (survey) of passing a radiation detection instrument just
          above the surface of a person or object in order to detect the presence of
          contamination.

Multi-Agency Coordination System - A system for coordinating emergency response
          resources and support between agencies or jurisdictions. This system is usually
          comprised of operations centers at multiple levels and in Vermont in includes the
          SEOC, state agency operations centers and local EOCs.

Multi-Jurisdictional Incident- An incident requiring action from multiple agencies that each
           have jurisdiction to manage certain aspects of an incident. In ICS these incidents will
           be managed under Unified Command.

Mutual Aid Agreement (MOU or MOA)- Written agreement between agencies and/or
          jurisdictions that they will assist one another on request, by furnishing personnel,
          equipment, and/or expertise in a specified manner.

National Disaster Medical System (NDMS)- A cooperative, asset-sharing partnership between
          HHS, the Department of Veterans Affairs, DHS, and DOD. NDMS provides
          resources for meeting the continuity of care and mental health services requirements
          of ESF #8.

National Incident Management System (NIMS)- A system mandated by HSPD-5 that provides
           a consistent, nationwide approach for Federal, State, local, and tribal governments;
           the private sector; and nongovernmental organizations to work effectively and
           efficiently together to prepare for, respond to, and recover from domestic incidents,
           regardless of cause, size, or complexity. To provide for interoperability and
           compatibility among Federal, State, local, and tribal capabilities, the NIMS includes a
           core set of concepts, principles, and terminology. HSPD-5 identifies these as the
           ICS; multiagency coordination systems; training; identification and management of
           resources (including systems for classifying types of resources); qualification and
           certification; and the collection, tracking, and reporting of incident information and
           incident resources.

National Operations Center- Serves as the national fusion center, collecting and synthesizing
          all-source information, including information from State fusion centers, across all-


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             threats and all-hazards information covering the spectrum of homeland security
             partners. Federal departments and agencies should report information regarding
             actual or potential incidents requiring a coordinated Federal response to the NOC.

National Warning System (NAWAS)- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
          operates this special purpose telephone system to disseminate disaster warnings to
          Federal, State, and local government agencies and selected military organizations.
          There are two circuits: a national circuit and the State circuit. The national circuit has
          two phones in Waterbury, Vermont. One at the State Warning Point and one at the
          Emergency Management Office. The State circuit has several connections
          throughout Vermont.

National Weather Service (NWS)- There are two different NWS offices that service Vermont.
          The NWS office, located in Albany, New York, is responsible for the activation of the
          NOAA weather alert radios located in the 10 mile EPZ and providing weather
          services for the two Southern Counties in Vermont. The NWS office located at the
          Burlington International Airport, Burlington, Vermont, provides service to the
          remainder of Vermont. The National Weather Service is a subordinate agency of
          NOAA.

Natural Resources- Land, fish, wildlife, biota, and water. Water means salt and fresh water,
          surface and ground water, including water used for drinking, irrigation, and
          aquaculture.

National Response Team (NRT)- The NRT, comprised of the 16 Federal agencies with major
          environmental and public health responsibilities, is the primary vehicle for
          coordinating Federal agency activities under the NCP. The NRT carries out national
          planning and response coordination and is the head of a highly organized Federal oil
          and hazardous substance emergency response network. EPA serves as the NRT
          Chair, and the DHS-USCG serves as Vice Chair.

News Media/Joint Information Center- A facility located at Vermont Yankee corporate
        headquarters, that provides a centralized location for holding joint state, federal, and
        licensee news briefings. The public information representatives at the News Media
        Center will gather, coordinate, and release information as it becomes available.

Nongovernmental Organization (NGO)- An entity with an association that is based on
        interests of its members, individuals, or institutions and that is not created by a
        government, but may work cooperatively with government. Such organizations serve
        a public purpose, not a private benefit. Examples of NGOs include faith-based
        charity organizations and the American Red Cross.

NOAA- The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is the parent agency for the
        National Weather Service. The “NOAA Tone Alert Radios” are activated by the
        National Weather Service.

Nuclear Alert System (NAS) (RERP)- A dedicated microwave system utilized as the primary
          means of communication between state and utility during an emergency.




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Nuclear Emergency Support Team (NEST) (RERP)- Umbrella term that covers four different
            NIRT teams.

Nuclear Incident Response Team (NIRT) (RERP)- Operationally controlled by DHS; resides in
          the    Department of Energy.

Nuclear Reactor- (RERP)- The device in which a fission chain reaction can be initiated,
         maintained and controlled. Heat from the fission process produces steam which is
         used to turn generators for the production of electricity.

Nuclide (RERP)- A general term applicable to all atomic forms of the elements. Not a synonym
          for isotope.

Off-Site (RERP)- The area beyond the authority of the licensee of a nuclear facility.

Patient Coordination Unit – Located at the Health Operations Center(HOC) and the
           Department of Disabilities, Aging & Independent Living (DAIL), its responsibility is
           to locate hospital and nursing home beds in coordination with the Transportation
           Coordinator at the Incident Field Office, to accommodate the transfer of patients
           and
           residents from the EPZ area in the event of an incident at the nuclear power plant.

Planning Basis- Guidance in terms of (1) size of planning area (distance), (2) time dependence
          of release, and (3) radiological characteristics of releases.

Plume (RERP)- An elongated and usually open and mobile mass of material that is dispersing
         through the atmosphere. In the case of a nuclear power plant, the material consists
         of radioactive particles and gases.

Plume Exposure Pathway (RERP)- (also referred to as the Emergency Planning Zone)An
         area, 10 miles in radius from the nuclear power plant where the principal exposure
         sources are from: (a) whole body external exposure to gamma radiation from the
         plume and from deposited materials, and (b) inhalation exposure from the passing
         radioactive plume. Time of potential exposure could range in length from hours to
         days.

Pollutant or Contaminant- As defined in the NCP, includes, but is not limited to, any element,
           substance, compound, or mixture, including disease-causing agents, which after
           release into the environment and upon exposure, ingestion, inhalation, or
           assimilation into any organism, either directly from the environment or indirectly by
           ingestion through food chains, will or may reasonably be anticipated to cause death,
           disease, behavioral abnormalities, cancer, genetic mutation, physiological
           malfunctions or physical deformations, in such organisms or their offspring.

Population, Permanent Resident (RERP)- All members of the public who reside in the ten-
          mile EPZ.

Population, Special Needs (RERP)- Individuals in the general population who are unable to
          take protective actions on their own. These individuals may require transportation



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             and/or assistance to move to the Reception Center or other facilities located outside
             of the EPZ.

Population, Transient (RERP)- That segment of the public residing outside the EPZ, but
          visiting areas inside the EPZ, e.g., tourists, employees, etc.

Potassium Iodide (KI) (RERP)- Potassium Iodide (chemical symbol KI) is a thyroid blocking
         agent that prevents the accumulation of radioiodine by blocking its absorption by the
         thyroid gland with the presence of stable (nonradioactive) iodine.

Precautionary Action(s) (RERP)- An action taken in advance to protect against plant
          conditions or other hazards that may escalate faster than the public’s ability to react.
          This action is designed to protect people, animals, and the environment.

Precautionary Transfer (RERP)- It is a precautionary action in which the movement of one or
          more segments of the population to the reception center or a host facility occurs prior
          to an evacuation of the general public. Likely population segments include children
          in schools and child care centers and patients in health care facilities.

Preliminary Damage Assessment- The Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) is a joint
          assessment used to determine the magnitude and impact of an event's damage. A
          FEMA/State team will usually visit local applicants and view their damage first-hand
          to assess the scope of damage and estimate repair costs. The State uses the results
          of the PDA to determine if the situation is beyond the combined capabilities of the
          State and local resources and to verify the need for supplemental Federal
          assistance. The PDA also identifies any unmet needs that may require immediate
          attention.

Preparedness- The range of deliberate, critical tasks and activities necessary to build, sustain,
         and improve the operational capability to prevent, protect against, respond to, and
         recover from domestic incidents. Preparedness is a continuous process. Involves
         efforts at all levels of government and between government and private sector and
         nongovernmental organizations to identify threats, determine vulnerabilities, and
         identify required resources. Within the NRP, preparedness is focused on those
         preparedness actions taken during an incident.

Prevention- Actions to avoid an incident or to intervene to stop an incident from occurring. This
          involves actions to protect lives and property. It includes applying intelligence and
          other information to a range of activities that may include such countermeasures as
          deterrence operations; security operations; investigations to determine the full nature
          and source of the threat; public health and agricultural surveillance and testing; and
          law enforcement operations aimed at deterring, preempting, interdicting, or disrupting
          illegal activity and apprehending potential perpetrators.

Principal Federal Official (PFO)- The Federal official designated by the Secretary of Homeland
           Security to act as his/her representative locally to oversee, coordinate, and execute
           the Secretary’s incident management responsibilities under HSPD-5 for Incidents of
           National Significance.




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Private Sector- Organizations and entities that are not part of any governmental structure. It
          includes for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, formal and informal structures,
          commerce and industry, and private voluntary organizations (PVO's).

Preventative Protective Actions (RERP)- Protective actions to prevent or reduce
          contamination of milk, water, and/or food products. The FDA Preventive Protective
          Action Guides (PAGs) are 1.5 rem to the thyroid and 0.5 rem whole body and other
          organs.

Projected Action (RERP)- An action taken to avoid or reduce a projected dose.

Projected Dose (RERP)- An estimate of the radiation dose which affected population groups
          could potentially receive through direct exposure to the plume if protective actions
          are not taken.

Protective Action Guide (PAG) (RERP)- Projected radiological dose values to individuals in
          the general population which warrants protective action following an uncontrolled
          release of radioactive material.

Protective Action Guidelines (RERP)- The numerically projected dose level criteria of
          radiation which act as trigger points for initiating protective response actions.

Protective Action Recommendation (PAR) (RERP)- Those actions that are recommended by
          the utility to the state in the event of an emergency, to protect the health and safety
          of the public.

Protective Action(s) (RERP)- Emergency measures to be taken by the public to mitigate the
          consequences of an accident by minimizing the radiological exposures that would
          likely occur if such actions were not undertaken.

Public Information Officer (PIO)- A member of the Command Staff responsible for interfacing
           with the public and media or with other agencies with incident-related information
           requirements.

Qualified Representative- Designated trained state agency representative with the authority to
          respond and act in the name of the agency in lieu of or until replaced by an agency
          head.

RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service) - Licensed volunteer Radio Amateur (HAM)
        Communications personnel, equipped and affiliated with the state and local
        Emergency Management Agencies.

Radiation (RERP)- The emission of gamma rays and beta particles from a radioactive
          substance.

Radioactivity (RERP)- The property of certain nuclides of spontaneously emitting particle or
          gamma radiation, emitting x-radiation following electron capture, or undergoing
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Radiological Emergency Response Plan (VT RERP)- The State of Vermont emergency
          response plan, to be implemented in the event of a radiological emergency at a
          nuclear power plant.

Radiological Emergency Response Teams (RERT's) (RERP)- Teams provided by EPA's
          Office of Indoor Air and Radiation to support and respond to incidents or sites
          containing radiological hazards. These teams provide expertise in radiation
          monitoring, radionuclide analyses, radiation health physics, and risk assessment.
          RERT’s can provide both mobile and fixed laboratory support during a response.

Radiological Officer (RERP)- A person who coordinates for radiological exposure control
          activities in a given community.

Reactor Vessel (RERP)- The steel-walled container housing the nuclear reactor fuel core and
         control rods.

Reception Center (RERP)- A facility designated to provide evacuee and vehicle monitoring,
         decontamination, registration, assignment to congregate care facilities, and
         reunification assistance. Bellows Falls Union High School (BFUHS) located in the
         town of Westminster, VT., has been designated as the Vermont Reception Center,
         and Twin Valley High School located in the town of Wilmington has been designated
         as the Western Reception Center.

Recovery- The development, coordination, and execution of service- and site- restoration
         plans; the reconstitution of government operations and services; individual, private
         sector, nongovernmental, and public-assistance programs to provide housing and to
         promote restoration; long-term care and treatment of affected persons; additional
         measures for social, political, environmental, and economic restoration; evaluation of
         the incident to identify lessons learned; post-incident reporting; and development of
         initiatives to mitigate the effects of future incidents.

Re-entry The temporary entry into a restricted zone under controlled conditions, i.e., for a
         farmer returning to care for livestock.

Relief Valve (RERP)- A valve that automatically opens to release steam and prevent excessive
           pressure buildup.

Relocation (RERP)- A protective action taken in the post-emergency phase through which the
           individuals not already evacuated during the emergency phase are asked to vacate a
           contaminated area to avoid chronic radiation exposure from deposited radioactive
           material.

REM (RERP)- Stands for Roentgen Equivalent Man. A unit of dose equivalent: the unit of dose
         of any ionizing radiation that produces the same biological effect as one Roentgen of
         X-ray or gamma ray dosage.

Resources - Personnel and major items of equipment, supplies, and facilities available or
          potentially available for assignment to incident operations and for which status is
          maintained. Resources are described by kind and type and may be used in support
          or supervisory capacities at an incident or at an EOC.


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Response- Activities that address the short-term, direct effects of an incident. Response
          includes immediate actions to save lives, protect property, and meet basic human
          needs. Response also includes the execution of emergency operations plans and of
          mitigation activities designed to limit the loss of life, personal injury, property
          damage, and other unfavorable outcomes. As indicated by the situation, response
          activities include applying intelligence and other information to lessen the effects or
          consequences of an incident; increased security operations; continuing
          investigations into the nature and source of the threat; ongoing public health and
          agricultural surveillance and testing processes; immunizations, isolation, or
          quarantine; and specific law enforcement operations aimed at preempting,
          interdicting, or disrupting illegal activity, and apprehending actual perpetrators and
          bringing them to justice.

Restricted Zone- Refers to an area of controlled access from which the population has been
           evacuated or relocated.

Return (RERP)- The reoccupation of areas previously restricted to the public when the radiation
          risk has been reduced to acceptable levels.

Roentgen ®(RERP)- A unit for measuring the amount of energy deposited in air by radiation.
         For this plan, roentgen and rem can be considered equivalent.

Route Alerting (RERP)- Route Alerting is a supplement to the public notification system (siren
          system and tone alert radios) which is implemented in the event of a public
          notification system failure. It is a municipal responsibility and is accomplished by
          municipal route alert teams traveling in vehicles along pre-planned routes delivering
          the following message: “There is an emergency at the Vermont Yankee Nuclear
          Power Station in Vernon; please tune to your Emergency Broadcast System.”

Sampling (RERP)- The collection of specimens of materials at field locations.

SCRAM (RERP)- A term denoting fast shutdown of the reactor. The acronym stands for Safety
        Control Rod Axe Man. In the early days of reactor research the control rods that
        would stop the reaction were suspended over the reactor by a rope. When the
        reaction got dangerous, a designated worker with an axe would cut the rope and the
        rods would fuel into place and stop the reaction. Modern reactors are much more
        sophisticated but the term “SCRAM” has survived.

Site (RERP)- The property owned by the utility in the immediate area of the nuclear power plant
          site.

Situational Awareness- The continual process of collecting, analyzing, and disseminating
          intelligence, information, and knowledge to allow organizations and individuals to
          anticipate requirements and to react effectively.

Shelter (RERP) - A protective action, advising the at-risk populations to go in, or remain
          indoors, as protection from a potential or actual radiological release from a nuclear
          power plant.



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Shelter-In-Place (RERP)- The second and least preferred protective action is used only if
           evacuation prevents a substantial risk because of weather or road conditions. The
           action taken by the public to take advantage of the protection against radiation
           exposure afforded by remaining indoors with outside ventilation systems turned off
           and windows closed, during and following the passage of the radioactive plume.

Shielding (RERP)- Material used to protect workers and equipment from exposure to radiation.

Site Area Emergency (SAE) (RERP)- An emergency classification which indicates events are
          in process or have occurred which involve actual or likely major failures of plant
          functions needed for protection of the public. Any releases are not expected to
          exceed EPA Protective Action Guideline exposure levels except near the site
          boundary. It is the next to the highest of the four emergency classifications.

Source Term (RERP)- Radioisotope inventory of the reactor core, or radioisotope release to the
         environment, often as a function of time.

Special Alerting (RERP)- Special Alerting is a supplement to the Tone-Alert Radio System
          and is used to provide emergency notification to “Special Needs” individuals, specific
          facilities, campgrounds, recreation areas, or geographic areas of concern.

Special Facilities- Public & private schools, child care centers/nurseries, hospitals, & nursing
          homes, or other facilities responsible for, or occupied by, special populations or
          groups.

Staging Area- A location set up at or near an incident where resources can be placed while
          awaiting an assignment. The State Transportation Staging Area is a type of staging
          area. There may be more than one staging area per incident if required.

Standby Status- A term used to describe the level of readiness of emergency personnel. It
          indicates that personnel have been notified and are available to activate duty
          stations if called upon.

State- The State of Vermont.

State Support Function (SSF)- A term used by the State of Vermont that mirrors the same
           responsibility and duties given to the Emergency Support Function (ESF, see
           definition), which is used by FEMA. The SSFs serve as the primary operational-
           level mechanism to provide assistance to State and local governments or to State
           departments and agencies conducting missions of primary State responsibility.

State Warning Point (SWP)- The state designated point to receive initial notification from a
           nuclear power plant of a radiological emergency. The SWP is the Rockingham
           State Police Barracks, Rockingham VT.

Support Agencies- State, local, and private agencies which provide personnel, equipment,
           facilities, or special knowledge to support the implementation of the emergency
           response.




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Survey Meter (RERP)- Radiation detection instrument used for monitoring purposes. The
           CDV-700 instrument is used for this plan.

Termination (RERP)- A declared emergency classification is canceled because the underlying
           condition(s) has been fixed and the plant is considered safe. In a lower level
           condition (e.g., Unusual Event) the plant may continue to generate power, while in
           a higher level (e.g., General Emergency) it will not. Emergency conditions do not
           de-escalate in sequence. Once declared, all of the problems must be fixed or the
           plant rendered safe before the condition is canceled. The act of canceling that
           condition is called “Termination”. It includes notifying everyone that has been
           notified of the initial declaration that the emergency classification has been
           terminated.

Terrorism- Under 28 CFR § 0.85, terrorism includes the unlawful use of force and violence
            against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian
            population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives.

Threat- An indication of possible violence, harm, or danger

Thermo-luminescent Dosimeter (TLD) (RERP)- A thermo-luminescent dosimeter (TLD) is a
          permanent record dosimeter used to measure total beta/gamma exposure. TLDs
          are not readable by the emergency worker and must be processed (read) in a
          laboratory

Thyroid Blocking (RERP)- The use of potassium iodide (KI) or other suitable drug for the
           purpose of saturating the thyroid gland with stable iodine and thereby preventing
           thyroid intake or radioiodine.

Traffic Control Points (TCP) (RERP)- Any of a number of key route intersections within and
            around the Plume Exposure Pathway EPZ designed to facilitate the flow of traffic in
            a desired direction while discouraging the flow of traffic in other directions. Traffic
            Control Points may sometimes double as Access Control Points to restrict entry
            into the Plume Exposure Pathway EPZ.

Transportation Resources- Modes of transportation for evacuation of nursing home residents,
            school staff and students, and other population groups; generally includes
            ambulances, buses and trucks.

Turbine (RERP)- The device which converts heat energy into electrical energy.

Unified Command (UC)- An application of Incident Command System (ICS) used when there is
           more than one agency with incident jurisdiction. Agencies work together through
           the designated members of the Unified Command to establish their designated
           Incident Commanders at a single ICP and to establish a common set of objectives
           and strategies and a single Incident Action Plan.

 Unmet Needs- Capabilities and/or resources required to support emergency operations that
          are neither available nor provided for at the respective levels of emergency
          response.



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 Unusual Event (UE) (RERP)- An emergency classification which indicates events are in
           process or have occurred which indicate a potential degradation of the level of
           safety of the plant. No releases of radioactive material requiring off-site response
           or monitoring are expected unless further degradation of safety systems occurs. It
           is the least severe situation of the four emergency classifications.

 Unusual Event (Teminated) (RERP)- A condition that warrants an Unusual Event declaration,
           but was immediately rectified, such that the condition no longer existed by the time
           of the declaration. The event or condition did not affect personnel on-site or the
           public off-site, or result in radioactive releases requiring off-site monitoring.

Urban Search and Rescue (USAR)- Operational activities that include locating, extricating, and
           providing on-site medical treatment to victims trapped in collapsed structures.

Vermont Yankee (VY)- Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Nuclear Power Corporation, a nuclear
          generating station located in Vernon, Vermont.

Volunteer- Any individual accepted to perform services by the lead agency, which has
           authority to accept volunteer services when the individual performs services
           without promise, expectation, or receipt of compensation for services performed.
           (See, e.g., 16 U.S.C. § 742f(c) and 29 CFR § 553.101.).

Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD)- As defined in Title 18, U.S.C. § 2332a: (A) any
          explosive, incendiary, or poison gas, bomb, grenade, rocket having a propellant
          charge of more than 4 ounces, or missile having an explosive or incendiary charge
          of than one-quarter ounce, or mine or similar device; (B) any weapon that is
          designed or intended to cause death or serious bodily injury through the release,
          dissemination, or impact of toxic or poisonous chemicals or their precursors; (C)
          any involving a disease organism; or (D) any weapon that is designed to release
          radiation or radioactivity at a level dangerous to human life

WTSA (RERP)- The primary EAS radio station for the Vermont Yankee EPZ, located in
         Brattleboro, Vermont.

Yankee (Rowe) Plant- Permanently shutdown nuclear power plant located in
          Rowe, Massachusetts.




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Acronyms

AA                Acceptable Agricultural Practices
AC                Area Command
AFB               Air Force Base
AG                Agency of Agriculture, Food, and Markets (also VAAFM)
AHS               Agency of Human Services
AMP               Acceptable Management Practices
AMS               Aerial Measuring System
ANR               Agency of Natural Resources
ANSIR             Awareness of National Security Issues and Response Program
AOT               Agency of Transportation (VTRANS also used)
ARAC              Atmospheric Release Advisory Capability
ARC               American Red Cross
ARES              Amateur Radio Emergency Services
ARF               Action Request Form
ARRL              American Radio Relay League
ARS               Agriculture/Research Service
ASPHEP            Assistant Secretary for Public Health Emergency Preparedness
ASWP              Alternate State Warning Point
ATC               Air Traffic Control
ATSD (CS)         Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Civil Support
BGS               Buildings and General Services
BISCHA            Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities, and Health care Access
CAP               Civil Air Patrol
CBIAC             Chemical and Biological Defense Information and Analysis Center
CBRNE             Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, or High-Yield Explosive
CCP               Citizen Corps Program
CDBG              Community Development Block Grant
CDC               Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CDRG              Catastrophic Disaster Response Group
CEPPO             Chemical Emergency Preparedness and Prevention Office
CERCLA            Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability
CERT              Community Emergency Response Team
CFR               Code of Federal Regulations
CHEMTREC          Chemical Transportation Emergency Center
CHPPM             Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine
CIAO              Critical Infrastructure Assurance Office
CIP               Critical Infrastructure Protection
CIRG              Crisis Incident Response Group
CJS               Criminal Justice Services
CM                Consequence Management
CMU               Crisis Management Unit (CIRG)
CNCS              Commission on National and Community Service
COG               Continuity of Government
CONPLAN           Concept of Operations Plan
COOP              Continuity of Operations
CRU               Crisis Response Unit
CSREES            Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service
CST               Civil Support Teams


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CT               Counter-Terrorism
CW/CBD           Chemical Warfare/Contraband Detection
DAC              District Area Commander
DAE              Disaster Assistance Employee (FEMA temporary employee)
DCC              District Coordination Center
DEC              Department of Environmental Conservation
DEST               Domestic Emergency Support Team
DFO              Disaster Field Office
DFS              Division of Fire Safety
DHCA              Department of Housing and Community Affairs
DHHS             Department of Health and Human Services
DHS              Department of Homeland Security (Federal)
DIC               District Incident Coordinator
DII              Department of Information and Innovation
DLAN             DisasterLAN
DMAT              Disaster Medical Assistance Team
DMCR              Disaster Management Central Resource
DMORT            Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team
DOC              Department of Commerce
DOD              Department of Defense
DOE              Department of Energy
DOEd             Department of Education
DOI              Department of the Interior
DOJ              Department of Justice
DOL              Department of Labor
DOS              Department of State
DOT              Department of Transportation
DPP              Domestic Preparedness Program
DPS              Department of Public Safety
DRC              Disaster Recovery Center
DTCTPS            Domestic Terrorism/Counter Terrorism Planning Section (FBI HQ)
DTIC              Defense Technical Information Center
DVAT             Disaster Veterinary Assistance Team
E.O.             Executive Order
EAL              Emergency Action Level
EAS              Emergency Alert System
ECL              Emergency Classification Level
EM               Emergency Management
EMAC             Emergency Management Assistance Compact
EMD              Emergency Management Director
EMI              Emergency Management Institute
EMS              Emergency Medical Services
ENDEX            End of Exercise
EOC              Emergency Operations Center
EOD                Explosive Ordnance Disposal
EOF              Emergency Operations Facility
EOP              Emergency Operations Plan
EPA              Environmental Protection Agency
EPCRA            Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
EPLO               Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer


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EPZ               Emergency Planning Zone
ERP                Emergency Watershed Protection
ERT                Emergency Response Team
ERT-A              Emergency Response Team – Advance Element
ERT-N              National Emergency Response Team
ERTU               Evidence Response Team Unit
ESF               Emergency Support Function
EST                 Emergency Support Team
EU                 Explosives Unit
FAA               Federal Aviation Administration
FBI               Federal Bureau of Investigation
FCC               Federal Communications Commission
FCO               Federal Coordinating Officer
FE                Functional Exercise
FEMA              Federal Emergency Management Agency
FHA               Federal Highway Administration
FMA               Flood Mitigation Assistance Program
FNS                Food and Nutrition Service
FOC                 FEMA Operations Center
FOG               Field Operations Guide
FRC                Federal Resource Coordinator
FRERP              Federal Radiological Emergency Response Plan
FRMAC             Federal Radiological Monitoring and Assessment Center
FRP                 Federal Response Plan
FS                Forest Service
FSE               Full-Scale Exercise
GAO               General Accounting Office
GAR               Governor’s Authorized Representative
GETS              Government Emergency Telecommunications Service
GSA                 General Services Administration
HAN               Health Alert Netwok
HAZMAT            Hazardous Material
HAZWOPER          Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard
HIRA              Hazard identification and Risk Assessment
HMGP              Hazard Mitigation Grant Program
HOC               Health Operations Center
HQ                Headquarters
HRT                Hostage Rescue Team (CIRG)
HSPD              Homeland Security Presidential Directive
HSU               Homeland Security Unit (State)
HTIS               Hazardous Technical Information Services (DoD)
HUD               Department of Housing and Urban Development
IAP               Incident Action Plan
IC                Incident Commander
ICC               Interstate Commerce Commission
ICP               Incident Command Post
ICS               Incident Command System
ICT               Incident Coordination Team
IEMAC             International Emergency Management Assistance Compact
IEMG              International Emergency Management Group


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IFO               Incident Field Office
IMAT              Incident Management Assistance Team
IMT                Incident Management Team
IND               Improvised Nuclear Device
IP                Implementing Procedures
JIC               Joint Information Center
JOC               Joint Operations Center
JTF               Joint Task Force
JTTF              Joint Terrorism Task Force
LE                Law Enforcement
LEOC              Local Emergency Operations Center
LEOP              Local Emergency Operations Plan; also referred to as the “Local Template”.
LEPC              Local Emergency Planning Committee
LFA               Lead Federal Agency
LSC               Logistics Section Chief
MAA               Mutual Aid Agreements
MAC Group         Multi-agency Coordinating Group
MACS               Multi-agency Coordination System
MEDCOM            Medical Command
MERRT               Medical Emergency Radiological Response Team
MERS              Mobile Emergency Response Support
MMRS              Metropolitan Medical Response System
MOA               Memorandum of Agreement
MOU               Memorandum of Understanding
MSCA               Military Support to Civil Authorities
NAP                Nuclear Assessment Program
NAS               Nuclear Alert System
NAWAS             National Warming System
NBC               Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical
NCP                National Contingency Plan
NDMS              National Disaster Medical System
NDPO               National Domestic Preparedness Office
NEOC               National Emergency Operations Center
NEST               Nuclear Emergency Search Team
NETC              National Emergency Training Center
NFA               National Fire Academy
NGO               Nongovernmental Organization
NGO                Non Governmental Organization
NIC                National Incident Command
NIMS              National Incident Management System
NIPP              National Infrastructure Protection Plan
NIRT              Nuclear Incident Response Team
NMRT              National Medical Response Team
NOAA              National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NOC               National Operations Center
NPP                National Protection Plan
NRC               Nuclear Regulatory Commission
NRCC              National response Coordination Center
NRF               National Response Framework
NRT                National Response Team


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NSC               National Security Council
NSDD              National Security Decision Directive
NSPD              National Security Presidential Directive
NTIS              National Technical Information Service
NWS               National Weather Service
OCME              Office of the Chief medical Examiner
ODP               Office of Domestic Preparedness
OEP               Office of Emergency Preparedness
OFCM               Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology
OHS                Office of Homeland Security
OIG               Office of the Inspector General (USDA)
OMB               Office of Management and Budget
OPM               Office of Personnel Management
OPSEC              Operational Security
OSC               Operations Section Chief
OSHA              Occupational Safety and Health Administration
OSLDPS             Office for State and Local Domestic Preparedness Support
PA                Public Affairs or Public Assistance
PAO               Public Affairs Officer
PDA               Preliminary Damage Assessment
PDD               Presidential Decision Directive
PDM-C             Pre-Disaster Mitigation Competitive Program
PIO               Public Information Officer
POC               Point of Contact
PPE               Personal Protective Equipment
PSAP              Public Safety Answering Point
PSC               Planning Section Chief
PSD               Department of Public Service
PSMA              Pre-Scripted Mission Assignments
PT                Preparedness, Training, and Exercises Directorate (FEMA)
PUD                Planned Unit Development
R&D               Research and Development
RACES             Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services
RAP                Radiological Assistance Program
RCRA               Research Conservation and Recovery Act
RDD               Radiological Dispersal Device
REAC/TS           Radiation Emergency Assistance Center/Training Site
REP               Radiological Emergency Preparedness
RERP              Radiological Emergency Response Plan
RIC                Regional Incident Coordinator
RMP                River Management Program
ROC                Regional Operations Center
ROK               Rockingham Dispatch (Primary State Warning Point)
RPC               Regional Planning Commission
RRCC              Regional Response Coordination Center
RRIS              Rapid Response Information System (FEMA)
RRP               Rapid Response Plan
RRT                Regional Response Team
SAC                Special Agent in Charge (FBI)
SARA               Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act


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SBA               Small Business Administration
SBCCOM             Soldier and Biological Chemical Command (U.S. Army)
SCBA               Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
SCO               State Coordinating Officer
SEB                State Emergency Board
SECC              State Emergency Coordination and Communication
SEOC              State Emergency Operations Center
SERC              State Emergency Response Commission
SHMC              State Hazard Mitigation Committee
SHMO              State Hazard Mitigation Officer
SHPO               State Historical Preservation Officer
SIOC               Strategic Information and Operations Center
SITREP            Situation Report
SLG                State and Local Guide
SNS               Strategic National Stockpile
SO                Safety Officer
SOG               Standard Operating Guidelines
SOPs              Standard Operating Procedures
SRAAT             State Rapid Assessment & Assistance Team
SSF               State Support Function
STARTEX           Start of Exercise
SWP               State Warning Point
TERC               Tribal Emergency Response Commission
TIA               Terrorist Incident Appendix
TOC               Transportation Operations Center
TOC               Tactical Operations Center
TRIS               Toxic Release Inventory System
TSA               Transportation Security Administration
TTX               Tabletop Exercise
TTY               Teletypewriter
UAC               Unified Area Command
UC                Unified Command
UC/IC             Unified Command/Incident Command
USACE             U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
USAR              Urban Search and Rescue
USCG              U.S. Coast Guard
USDA              U.S. Department of Agriculture
USFA              U.S. Fire Administration
USFS              U.S. Forest Service
USGS              United States Geological Survey
USPHS              United States Public Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services
USPS              U.S. Postal Service
USSS              U.S. Secret Service
VA                Department of Veterans Affairs
VDH               Department of Health
VEM               Vermont Emergency Management
VEPARDS           Vermont Emergency Planning & Response Database System
VHMRT             Vermont Hazardous Materials Response Team
VOAD              Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters
VSP               Vermont State Police


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Vermont State Emergency Operations Center                            Standard Operating Procedures



VTANG             Vermont Air National Guard
VTNG              Vermont National Guard
WMD               Weapons of Mass Destruction
WMD-CST           WMD Civil Support Team




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Vermont State Emergency Operations Center                            Standard Operating Procedures




                            ATTACHMENTS AND ENCLOSURES




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STATE OF VERMONT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
September 30, 2009


                   VERMONT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
                                 STATE
                      EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER
                                            103 South Main Street
                                           Waterbury, Vermont 05671
                                                (800) 347-0488

                                        STATE SITUATION REPORT
                                           FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY



 STATE EOC ACTIVATION LEVEL:
 EMERGENCY CLASSIFICATION LEVEL:                    N/A


INCIDENT:

Situation Report # 1 Date                                 Current Local Time (24 hr) hrs
OPERATIONAL PERIOD DATE: to
OPERATIONAL PERIOD TIME: hrs to hrs

BACKGROUND, CURRENT SITUATION
No Activity At This Time.



CURRENT WEATHER



HOMELAND SECURITY ADVISORY SYSTEM CURRENT THREAT LEVEL



INFRASTRUCTURE STATUS
No Activity At This Time.



RESIDENTIAL DAMAGES
                                                   Affected      Minor      Major      Destroyed
Single Family This Operational Period                 0            0         0             0
Single Family Total per Incident                      0            0         0             0
Mobile Homes This Operational Period                  0            0         0             0
Mobile Homes Total per Incident                       0            0         0             0
Apartments This Operational Period                    0            0         0             0
Apartments Total per Incident                         0            0         0             0


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Total this Operational Period                       0          0       0           0
Total for Incident                                  0          0       0           0



CURRENT EVACUATION STATUS
No Activity At This Time.



CURRENT SHELTER / RECEPTION CENTER STATUS
Shelter                      ARC       Local or   Address or       Shelter      Shelter
Name                        Shelter?   Regional   Location         Population   Capacity

No Activity At This Time.



STATUS OF LOCAL OPERATIONS
No Activity At This Time.



DECLARATIONS



                                           SSF SUMMARY
SSF 1 TRANSPORTATION
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 2 COMMUNICATIONS
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 3 PUBLIC WORKS & ENGINEERING
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 4 FIREFIGHTING
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 6 MASS CARE, EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE, HOUSING & HUMAN SERVICES
No Activity At This Time.



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SSF 7 RESOURCE SUPPORT
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 8 HEALTH & MEDICAL SERVICES
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 9 SEARCH & RESCUE
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 10 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 11 AGRICULTURE & NATURAL RESOURCES
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 12 ENERGY
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 13 LAW ENFORCEMENT
No Activity At This Time.



SSF 14 PUBLIC INFORMATION
No Activity At This Time.



AMERICAN RED CROSS
No Activity At This Time.



MILITARY SUPPORT
No Activity At This Time.



NEXT ANTICIPATED REPORT

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Date:                                            Time:
Sitrep Prepared By:                              Sitrep Approved By:




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The Local Spot Report is requested from your jurisdiction as soon as possible after an incident.
Ideally the Local Spot Report will be received within 24 hours, but no later than 48 – 72 hours
after the incident occurred.

          The State of Vermont is requesting a Local Spot Report from your jurisdiction.
                                            Just Two Easy Steps:

1.   Please contact State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and provide the information on this Spot
     Report as soon as possible.
2.   Options for submitting the information on this Spot Report:
      •     If the State EOC is activated, please fax this completed form to (802) 241-5556
      •     If unable to fax, call the State EOC at (800) 347-0488 and provide the information verbally.



                                   Local Spot Report # ___
Date: __________________________ Time: _______________
Town or City: ___________________________ Point of Contact: __________________________
What telephone number can you be reached at, or how can State EOC best contact you? ________
Who is the Incident Commander? __________________________


What is the nature of your Disaster?



What is the status of your roads? Are all roads passable (one lane or both lanes), specific roads closed
(estimated time to reopening)?


Are there any injuries or deaths in your community?
   No
   Yes. How Many?


Do you have any Residential or Business damages?
   No
   Yes. If so how severe are the damages and how many structures are affected?


Do you need to evacuate residents?
   No
   Yes

Have you opened a shelter? If so, what is the location?
  No
  Yes



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Do you need assistance?
   No
   Yes. What type of assistance?



                        Any Questions, please call the State EOC at (800) 347-0488




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The more detailed Local Situation Report should be received at the State Emergency Operations
Center as soon as possible but not later than 72 hours after an incident. Do not delay sending an
initial Local Spot Report (24-72 hours) to gather all the information necessary for the Local
Situation Report.

                                  TOWN / CITY OF
              LOCAL EMERGENCY/DISASTER SITUATION REPORT

Please:
    1. Fill out this Situation Report first
    2. Then print it out
    3. FAX the document to the State Emergency Operations Center (802) 241-5556



INCIDENT NAME:

Operational Period Date:
Operational Period Timeframe:
                                 Current Date                 Current Local Time (24 hr)

Situation Report #


LOCAL EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (EOC)
   No information at this time                       A Local EOC Has Been Activated
Location of the Local EOC


Local EOC Director
Local EOC Phone Number
Local EOC FAX Number

IF NO LOCAL EOC HAS BEEN ACTIVATED THE LOCAL CONTACTS ARE:
Incident Commander
IC Phone Number                                                Is this a cell phone
Dispatch Contact Phone Number
                                                               Is this a cell phone
Attachments                                       Reminders



CURRENT SITUATION (What is happening in your town?)
   No information at this time

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Attachments                                                    Reminders



INFRASTRUCTURE STATUS (Public Roads, Bridges, Critical Facilities,)
   No information at this time
Please provide a description of damages in your Town with:
Current status of power?
% of town restored
Current status of road network? All roads passable (one lane or both lanes), specific roads closed;     (estimated
time to be open)
Schools in session? Bus transport restricted?
Estimated cost of local jurisdiction debris clearing & removal efforts?
Any assistance requested?
Attachments                                                   Reminders



ESTIMATED COSTS for the following:
   No information at this time
Please submit to VEM one form per town with ESTIMATED damages listed below no later than                          .
We are trying to compile a comprehensive assessment for affected VT communities to prepare for a
FEMA Presidential Declaration if eligibility requirements are met. You will be contacted by VEM.
Road and bridge damage $
Public utility (overtime, debris clearing, replacement)   $
Town road debris clearing (overtime, no private roads or drives) $
Other public property damage $
Contracted services for debris clearing $
Other costs $


RESIDENTIAL DAMAGES
   No information at this time
                                       Individual Home Damage Guideline:
Affected-no access, loss of power
Minor-small amount of roofing or siding lost or windows broken, basement flooding in non-living space.
Major-Large amount of roofing or siding lost; some structural damage; basement flooding of living space.
Structure habitable with short-term repairs.
Destroyed-Major structural damage, building not habitable without long-term repairs. Foundation damage.
                                                          Affected         Minor         Major        Destroyed
Single Family This Operational Period
Single Family Total per Incident
Mobile Homes This Operational Period
Mobile Homes Total per Incident


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 Apartments This Operational Period
 Apartments Total per Incident
 Total this Operational Period
 Total for Incident
 Attachments                                               Reminders



 BUSINESS DAMAGES
 Please identify and businesses closed due to power outages
                                                      # Affected         # Minor       # Major      # Destroyed
Total businesses affected per Incident


 CURRENT SHELTER / RECEPTION CENTER STATUS
    No information at this time
            Shelter/Reception Center Location                       Has Red Cross       Shelter         Shelter
                                                                   Opened a Shelter?   Population      Capacity



 Comments: ARC on scene for shelter support and food provisions
 Attachments                                             Reminders



 LOCAL DECLARATIONS:
    No information at this time
    Request for Declaration Date                              Declaration Approved Date
 Attachments:                                              Reminders
 See Last page of this document for a request form


 LOCAL SUPPORT FUNCTION / DEPARMENT SUMMARY
    No information at this time

 Attachments                                               Reminders



 NEXT ANTICIPATED REPORT
     No information at this time                               No Further Situation Reports Expected
 Date:                                                     Time:
 Sitrep Prepared By:                                       Sitrep Approved By:




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                               TAB E – SSF ANNEX 5 (SSF-5)
                      EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, RECOVERY & MITIGATION

                  LOCAL JURISDICTION REQUEST FOR EMERGENCY DECLARATION

The     Town       Village     City of
has suffered property damage and/or injury or loss of life resulting from a disaster that exceeds our capability to
respond to and recover from and that requires the assistance of the State to protect the health, well-being and public
safety of our citizens. Therefore, as provided in 20 VSA Section 10, in my capacity as a:

   Selectboard Member        Town/City Manager        Mayor      President of the Board of Trustees

I request that the Governor declare a state of emergency for the jurisdiction of:



This disaster began on             (mm/dd/yyyy). We have activated and utilized our Emergency
Operations Plan (EOP), I request that the State of Vermont activate and utilize its Emergency Operations
Plan and authorize any resources needed to respond to, mitigate and recover from this disaster.

   I shall send the initial Local Spot Report or Local Emergency Disaster Situation Report to VEM as soon as it is
completed;

OR,

   The initial Local Spot Report or Local Emergency Disaster Situation Report is attached to this request.

   Dated at              , Vermont this               day of              20              .



Signature and title

Printed or typed name and title

Contact information for confirmation (email/ph/fax/radio):


                 Telephone Vermont Emergency Management at (800) 347-0488
                                         or (802) 244-8721
              and fax this request as promptly as possible to VEM at 1-802-241-5556

Reference: 20 VSA §10. - The all-hazards event provisions of this chapter shall not be brought into
action, unless the municipal director of emergency management, a member of the legislative body of the
municipality, the city or town manager, or the mayor of a city that is within the area affected by an all-
hazards event shall declare an emergency and request the governor to find that a state of emergency
exists and the governor so finds, or unless the governor declares a state of emergency under section 9 of
this title. (Amended 2005, No. 209 (Adj. Sess.), § 11.)




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                               EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, RECOVERY & MITIGATION


                                                    GOVERNOR’S REQUEST
                                                        EMERGENCY

                                                          (Date of Request)



                                                           The President
The White House
Washington, D. C.
Through:           Regional Director
                   FEMA Region ___
                   City, State, Zip Code
Dear Mr. President:
Under the provisions of Section 501 (a) of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency
Assistance Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 5121-5206 (Stafford Act), and implemented by 44 CFR § 206.35, I request
that you declare an emergency for the State of ______ as a result of
          Name type of incident: e.g., severe storms, flooding, hurricane, tornadoes; include the time period
          involved, e.g., beginning ______ through ______ or, beginning ______ and continuing. Name the
          affected counties or independent cities being requested.
In response to the situation I have taken appropriate action under State law and directed the execution of the State
Emergency Plan on (date) in accordance with Section 501 (a) of the Stafford Act.1
          If a State of Emergency has been declared, indicate when and to what area(s) it is applicable.
Pursuant to 44 CFR § 206.35, I have determined that this incident is of such severity and magnitude that effective
response is beyond the capabilities of the State and affected local governments, and that supplementary Federal assistance
is necessary to save lives and to protect property, public health and safety, or to lessen or avert the threat of a disaster. I
am specifically requesting
          Indicate type and nature of emergency assistance required, such as debris removal, emergency protective
          measures, direct Federal Assistance, or the Individuals and Households Program (IHP).
Preliminary estimates of the types and amount of emergency assistance needed under the Stafford Act,
and emergency assistance from certain Federal agencies under other statutory authorities are tabulated
in Enclosure A.
The following information is furnished on the nature and amount of State and local resources that have been or will be
used to alleviate the conditions of this emergency:
          List actions. Include actions pending or taken by State legislative and
          governing bodies with regard to the emergency.
The following information is furnished on efforts and resources of other Federal agencies, which have been or will be
used in responding to this incident:

1
    Execution of the State’s Emergency Plan is a prerequisite to emergency assistance.

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     List actions by agency




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I certify that for this emergency, the State and local governments will assume all applicable non-Federal share of costs
                               2
required by the Stafford Act.

    IF Direct Federal Assistance is requested, the following information and certification must be provided before DFA can take
    place, particularly where DFA is required immediately.

I request direct Federal assistance for work and services to save lives and protect property.
        (a) List any reasons State and local government cannot perform or contract for performance, (if
            applicable).
        (b) Specify the type of assistance requested.
In accordance with 44 CFR § 206.208, the State of ________ agrees that it will, with respect to direct Federal assistance:
        1. Provide without cost to the United States all lands, easement, and rights-of-ways necessary to accomplish the
           approved work.
        2. Hold and save the United States free from damages due to the requested work, and shall indemnify the
           Federal Government against any claims arising from such work;
        3. Provide reimbursement to FEMA for the non-Federal share of the cost of such work in accordance with the
           provisions of the FEMA-State Agreement; and
        4. Assist the performing Federal agency in all support and local jurisdictional matters.

        IF debris removal is being requested/ or anticipated, either through DFA or through reimbursement under a
        project worksheet under the Public Assistance program, the following information and certifications must be
        provided before DFA, debris removal, or reimbursement for debris removal under a project worksheet can take
        place

In addition, I anticipate the need for debris removal, which poses an immediate threat to lives, public
health, and safety.
        Pursuant to Sections 502 and 407 of the Stafford Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 5192 & 5173, the State agrees to indemnify
        and hold harmless the United States of America for any claims arising from the removal of debris or wreckage for
        this disaster. The State agrees that debris removal from public and private property will not occur until the
        landowner signs an unconditional authorization for the removal of debris.

I have designated ______________________________ as the State Coordinating Officer for this request.
He/she will work with the Federal Emergency Management Agency in damage assessments and may provide
further information or justification on my behalf.

                                            Sincerely,



                                            __________________________
                                            Governor

Enclosure


2
 The certification to cost share must be included; otherwise the processing of the request may be delayed until the Governor has
provided the certification.


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                                   ENCLOSURE A TO EMERGENCY REQUEST

                                                 (Estimated Requirements)


Estimated requirements for other Federal agency programs:

(Specify agency and assistance required).



Totals: ______________

Estimated Requirements for assistance under the Stafford Act:

                                                                               AMOUNT
Coordination
Technical and advisory assistance
Debris removal
Emergency protective measures
Individuals and Households Program (IHP)
Distribution of emergency supplies
Other (specify)

Totals:
Grand Total:


Note: Estimates are to reflect total eligible costs before any cost sharing.




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                                                         GOVERNOR’S REQUEST

                                                             MAJOR DISASTER

                                                             (Date of Request)

                                                              The President
The White House
Washington, D. C.
Through:            Regional Director
                    FEMA Region _____
                    City, State, Zip Code
Dear Mr. President:
Under the provisions of Section 401 of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, 42 U.S.C.
§§ 5121-5207 (Stafford Act), and implemented by 44 CFR § 206.36, I request that you declare a major disaster for the
State of ______ as a result of
           Name type of incident: e.g., severe storms, flooding, hurricane, tornadoes; include the time period
           involved, e.g., beginning ______ through ______ or,
           beginning ______ and continuing. Name the affected counties or independent cities being requested.
In response to the situation, I have taken appropriate action under State law and directed the execution of the
State Emergency Plan on (date) in accordance with Section 401 of the Stafford Act. 3
           If a State of Emergency has been declared, indicate when and to what area(s) it is
           applicable.

           Identify status of the State’s mitigation planning effort, type of State Mitigation Plan, and
           expected completion date.
On (date), I requested a joint Federal, State, and local survey of the damaged areas. Preliminary
assessments indicated the most severe impacts were to
           Describe the type of facilities and the adverse affect the damage has on the public and
           private sectors.
I have determined that this incident is of such severity and magnitude that effective response is beyond the
capabilities of the State and the affected local governments and that supplementary Federal assistance is
necessary. I am specifically requesting
           Name programs: e.g., Individual Assistance (including the Individuals and Households
           Program (IHP), Disaster Unemployment Assistance, Crisis Counseling); Public
           Assistance; Hazard Mitigation; and Small Business Administration disaster loans.

           Name counties requested for each program.
           For Hazard Mitigation, request “statewide” or name specific counties.

Preliminary estimates of the types and amount of assistance needed under the Stafford Act are tabulated in
Enclosures A and B. Estimated requirements for assistance from certain Federal agencies under other
statutory authorities are tabulated in Enclosure C.

3
    Execution of the State’s emergency plan is a prerequisite to major disaster assistance.

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The following information is furnished on the nature and amount of State and local resources that have been or
will be used to alleviate the conditions of this disaster:
       List Actions. Include actions pending or taken by State legislative and
       governing bodies with regard to the disaster.




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I certify that for this major disaster, the State and local governments will assume all applicable non-Federal
share of costs required by the Stafford Act. Total expenditures are expected to exceed
$____________________, in accordance with the table in Enclosure D. 4
        IF Direct Federal Assistance (DFA) is requested, the following information and
        certifications must be provided before DFA can take place.

I request direct Federal assistance for work and services to save lives and protect property.
        (a). List any reasons State and local government cannot perform or contract for
              performance, (if applicable).
        (b). Specify the type of assistance requested.
In accordance with 44 CFR § 206.208, the State of _______ agrees that it will, with respect to direct Federal
assistance:
        1. Provide without cost to the United States all lands, easements and rights-of-ways necessary to
           accomplish the approved work;
        2. Hold and save the United States free from damages due to the requested work, and shall indemnify
           the Federal Government against any claims arising from such work;
        3. Provide reimbursement to FEMA for the non-Federal share of the cost of such work in accordance
           with the provisions of the FEMA-State Agreement; and
        4. Assist the performing Federal agency in all support and local jurisdictional matters.

        IF debris removal is being requested/or anticipated, either through DFA or through
        reimbursement under a project worksheet under the Public Assistance program, the
        following information and certifications must be provided before DFA, debris removal, or
        reimbursement for debris removal under project worksheet cant take place.

In addition, I anticipate the need for debris removal, which poses an immediate threat to lives, public health,
and safety.
        Pursuant to Sections 403 and 407 of the Stafford Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 5170b & 5173, the State agrees to
        indemnify and hold harmless the United States of America for any claims arising from the removal of
        debris or wreckage for this disaster. The State agrees that debris removal from public and private
        property will not occur until the landowner signs an unconditional authorization for the removal of
        debris.

I have designated ______________________________ as the State Coordinating Officer for this request.
He/she will work with the Federal Emergency Management Agency in damage assessments and may provide
further information or justification on my behalf.

                                            Sincerely,



                                            ________________________

4
 The certification to cost share must be included; otherwise the processing of the request may be delayed until the Governor has
provided the certification.

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                              Governor

Enclosures




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                                     ENCLOSURE A TO MAJOR DISASTER REQUEST

                                         Estimated Requirements for Individual Assistance
                                                      under the Stafford Act




County                  Assistance to Individuals and Households                               Other Programs

(List each requested     Temporary        Repairs   Replacement    Permanent     Other Needs   (Disaster
county)                                                                                        Unemployment
                          Housing                                   Housing       Assistance   Assistance, Legal
                                                                  Construction                 Services, and Crisis
                                                                                               Counseling)



                        (Indicate No.)




TOTALS




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ENCLOSURE B TO MAJOR DISASTER REQUEST
Estimated Requirements for Public Assistance
                                           Stafford Act

                                                 CATEGORY
County          A           B           C         D      E                 F       G   Total




Totals:

Note:     Estimates are to reflect total eligible costs before any cost sharing.




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ENCLOSURE C TO MAJOR DISASTER REQUEST

Estimated Requirements for Other Federal Agency Programs

       County SBA Home        SBA         FSA       NRCS       FHWA   USACE   OTHER
              Loans           Business    Loans
                              Loans




       Totals

       Note:    Provide numbers and amounts, as appropriate.




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ENCLOSURE D TO MAJOR DISASTER REQUEST

Governor’s Certification

I certify that for this current disaster, State and local government expenditures and obligations
will include the non-Federal share of costs required by the Stafford Act. As stated in my basic
letter, and based on information available at this time, tabulation of these estimated
expenditures and obligations are as follows:


CATEGORY OF ASSISTANCE                                        AMOUNT
Individual Assistance:                                        STATE         LOCAL
   “Other Assistance” under the Individuals and Households
Program
    Other (specify)
Total:

Public Assistance:
  Category A - Debris Removal
  Category B – Emergency Protective Measures
  Category C – Roads and Bridges
  Category D – Water Control Facilities
  Category E – Buildings and Equipment
  Category F – Utilities
  Category G – Other (Parks, Recreational Facilities, etc.)
Total:
Grand Total:




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     STATE OF VERMONT




GOVERNOR’S EMERGENCY ACTION
           GUIDE
                           STATE OF VERMONT
                    GOVERNOR’S EMERGENCY ACTION GUIDE
                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents                                       2
Emergency Response Chart                                3
Emergency Action Checklist                              5


EXECUTIVE ORDERS
General Activation of State Emergency Operations Plan   7
General Declaration of Emergency                        8
Declaration of Emergency
       Specific Towns                                   9
Declaration of Emergency
       Vermont Yankee Event                             10
Activation of Vermont National Guard                    11
General Evacuation Order                                12




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                      State of Vermont Governor's Emergency Response Chart
                                                     Recommended                                  List of Involved
                                                                              State Agency
                Hazard Type*                           Response                                    State Support
                                                                             Initial Contact
                                                       Location                                      Agencies
                                                      Primary State EOC                          All Support Functions and
       Floods                                                                  VEM (SSF 5)             other agencies
                                                         (Waterbury)
    Winter Storms                                                                                All Support Functions and
                                                          Montpelier           VEM (SSF 5)
(Snow and Ice Storms)                                                                                  other agencies

   Extreme Weather
 (Hurricane, Tropical
        Storms,                                       Primary State EOC                          All Support Functions and
                                                                               VEM (SSF 5)
   Thunderstorms,                                        (Waterbury)                                   other agencies
Lightning, High Winds,
 Hail, and Tornadoes)
                                                                                                 All Support Functions and
Extreme Temperatures                                      Montpelier           VEM (SSF 5)             other agencies
Droughts & Wildfires
                                                                                                 AGR, SEC, ACCD, AOT,
                                 Drought                  Montpelier           ANR (SSF 11)      BGS, VDH, VEM, HSU,
                                                                                                        VSP, NG
                                                                                                  FSD, AOT, VEM, HSU,
                                 Wildfires                Montpelier           FPR (SSF 4)           VSP, NG, ARC
                                                                                                  FSD, AOT, VEM, HSU,
    Structural Fire                                       Montpelier           FSD (SSF 4)           VSP, NG, ARC
                                                                                                 AGR, SEC, ACCD, AOT,
     Landslides                                           Montpelier           ANR (SSF 11)      BGS, VDH, VEM, HSU,
                                                                                                        VSP, NG
                                                                                                 AGR,SEC, ACCD, AOT,
   Global Warming                                         Montpelier           ANR (SSF 11)      BGS, VDH, VEM, HSU,
                                                                                                        VSP, NG
Technological Hazards
                                                                                                FW, DEC, BGS, CORR, ED,
                            Train Derailments             Montpelier           AOT (SSF 1)      DMV, VEM, HSU, VSP, NG,
                                                                                                         SA,CAP
                                                                                                FW, DEC, BGS, CORR, ED,
                              Airplane Crash              Montpelier           AOT (SSF 1)      DMV, VEM, HSU, VSP, NG,
                                                                                                         SA, CAP
                                                                                                 ANR, AOT, VDH, LABOR,
                           Hazardous Materials            Montpelier           FSD (SSF 10)        DMV, VEM, HSU, VSP,
                                                                                                       PSD, SA, ARC
                                                                                                AG, SEC, ANR, FW, CORR,
                                                     Montpelier or Primary
                                Explosion                                      VSP (SSF 13)      LIQ, DMV, VEM, HSU, SA,
                                                    State EOC (Waterbury)                                NG, CAP
                                                      Primary State EOC                          All Support Functions and
                               Radiological                                    VEM (SSF 5)             other agencies
                                                         (Waterbury)
                                                                                                AG, SEC, ANR, FW, CORR,
 Terrorism and Civil                                 Montpelier or Primary
                                                                             VSP/HSU (SSF 13)    LIQ, DMV, VEM, SA, NG,
      Hazards                                       State EOC (Waterbury)                                 CAP
                                                                                                  SEC, AGR, AHS, ANR,
                                                                                                 AOT, DAIL, BISHCA, ED,
 Epidemics and other                                 Montpelier or Primary
                                                                               VDH (SSF 8)       LABOR, VEM, HSU, VSP,
    Health Threats                                  State EOC (Waterbury)                           FSD, VETERAN'S
                                                                                                   AFFAIRS, NG, ARC
                                                     Montpelier or Primary                       All Support Functions and
     Earthquakes                                                               VEM (SSF 5)             other agencies
                                                    State EOC (Waterbury)
      Shortages
                                                                                                AGR, AOT, BGS, LABOR,
                                                     Montpelier or Primary
                              Power Failure                                    PSD (SSF 12)     VEM, FSD, HSU, VSP, NG,
                                                    State EOC (Waterbury)                                 PSB
                                                                                                 AGR,SEC, ACCD, AOT,
 Infestations/Invasive
                                                          Montpelier           AGR (SSF 11)      BGS, VDH, VEM, HSU,
        Species                                                                                        VSP, NG

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Legend
 State Support Functions (SSF)                         State Agencies
                                                 Agency of                       Department
                                                Commerce &                       of Forests,
SSF 1 (AOT)       Transportation       ACCD                              FPR
                                                 Community                        Parks, &
                                                Development                      Recreation
                                                                                 Department
                                                 Office of the                    of Public
SSF 2 (DII &
                 Communications         AG        Attorney               FSD     Safety, Fire
  DPS)
                                                   General                         Safety
                                                                                  Division
                                                 Agency of
                                                                                 Department
                 Public Works and                Agriculture,
SSF 3 (AOT)                             AGR                              FW       of Fish &
                   Engineering                    Food and
                                                                                   Wildlife
                                                   Markets
                                                                                 Department
                                                  Agency of                        of Public
SSF 4 (FPR
                    Firefighting        AHS        Human                 HSU        Safety,
  & FSD)
                                                  Services                        Homeland
                                                                                 Security Unit
                   Emergency                     Agency of
                                                                                 Department
SSF 5 (VEM)       Management,           ANR       Natural            LABOR
                                                                                  of Labor
               Recovery & Mitigation             Resources
                                                                                 Department
                Mass Care, Food &                 Agency of
SSF 6 (AHS)                             AOT                              LIQ      of Liquor
                     Water                      Transportation
                                                                                   Control
                                                                                  Vermont
SSF 7 (BGS                                      American Red
                Resource Support        ARC                              NG       National
 & CNCS)                                           Cross
                                                                                   Guard
                                                Department of
                                                                                   Public
                Health and Medical               Buildings &
SSF 8 (VDH)                             BGS                              PSB       Service
                     Services                       General
                                                                                   Board
                                                   Services
                                                Department of
                                                   Banking,
                                                                                 Department
                                                  Insurance,
SSF 9 (DPS)     Search and Rescue      BISHCA                            PSD      of Public
                                                 Securities, &
                                                                                  Service
                                                 Health Care
                                                Administration
                                                                                 Department
  SSF 10                                                                          of States
               Hazardous Materials      CAP     Civil Air Patrol         SA
  (FSD)                                                                          Attorneys &
                                                                                   Sheriffs
                                                Commission
SSF 11 (AGR    Agriculture & Natural            on National &                    Secretary of
                                       CNCS                              SEC
  & ANR)            Resources                    Community                          State
                                                   Service
                                                                                  Vermont
  SSF 12                                        Department of
                      Energy           CORR                              VDH     Department
  (PSD)                                          Corrections
                                                                                  of Health
                                                                                 Department
                                                Department of                     of Public
  SSF 13                                           Aging &                         Safety,
                 Law Enforcement        DAIL                             VEM
  (VSP)                                          Independent                      Vermont
                                                    Living                       Emergency
                                                                                 Management

                                                Department of                    Department
  SSF 14                                                             Veterans'
                Public Information      DII     Information &                    of Veterans
  (VEM)                                                               Affairs
                                                  Innovation                        Affairs

                                                                                 Department
                                                Department of                     of Public
                                        DMV        Motor                 VSP       Safety,
                                                  Vehicles                        Vermont
                                                                                 State Police
                                                Department of
                                        DEC     Environmental
                                                Conservation

                                                Department of
                                        ED
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State of Vermont Governor's Emergency Action Checklist
 Priority          Emergency Actions                        Staff Responsibility

            Notify/Alert Governor's Personal Staff
    1             (including Security Detail).
                                                       Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs


             Determine actual/potential situation.
              Consult, Commissioner of Public
    2           Safety or Director of Vermont
            Emergency Management, appropriate
                                                                     Governor

                             staff.
            Brief Governor's Personal Staff; Legal
    3        Counsel, Press Secretary, Special
                       Assistants etc.
                                                       Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs


             Select Operational Location Options:
    4        Pavilion Office, Residence, Primary
                    State EOC (Waterbury)
                                                                     Governor


             Travel (if necessary) with Security
            Detail by personal vehicle, by National
    5         Guard helicopter, etc. Determine
                                                             Governor/Selected Staff
                         Safety First!

              Select key State staff required for       Governor/Commissioner of Public
    6        situation. Determine if Cabinet level
                personnel need to be involved.
                                                      Safety/ Director of Vermont Emergency
                                                                   Management


             Schedule State Staff briefing. Select
    7       location, time, media involvement etc.
                                                       Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs


             Prepare Press Releases/Statements.
                                                       Governor's Press Secretary/ Incident
    8       Consider pre-emergency copy provided
                      in PIO procedures.
                                                            Coordination Team PIO


               Prepare "State of Emergency"
    9         message for use if a declaration is
                        necessary.
                                                            Governor's Legal Counsel



             Consider a tour of the disaster areas.      Governor/ Secretary of Civil and
   10          Alert National Guard helicopters          Military Affairs/ Adjutant General


             Issue "Executive Statement (s)" to
   11       media. Consider public guidance effect
              (statement appropriate for event).
                                                           Governor's Press Secretary




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State of Vermont Governor's Emergency Action Checklist

 Priority         Emergency Actions                        Staff Responsibility

               Declare "State of Emergency" for
                                                       Governor/Commissioner of Public
             impact areas. Review requests from
   12            local governments. Consider
                                                     Safety/ Director of Vermont Emergency
                                                                  Management
                       evacuation orders.
                Officially activate the Vermont
                                                       Governor/Commissioner of Public
             Emergency Operations Plan (action
   13          required for Federal declaration
                                                     Safety/ Director of Vermont Emergency
                                                                  Management
                             request).
               Consider calling out the Vermont
               National Guard. Examine people          Governor/Legal Counsel/Adjutant
   14          needs, benefits and economics.                     General
                Consult with Adjutant General
              Prepare for "Live" television/radio
                broadcasts. Consider program
   15          purposes: reassure public, direct
                                                     Governor/Governor's Press Secretary
                      response/recovery.
                  Consider requesting Federal
                                                       Governor/Commissioner of Public
                assistance direct from Federal
   16            agencies under their statutory
                                                     Safety/ Director of Vermont Emergency
                                                          Management/FEMA Liaison
                           authorities
               If Federal support is inadequate
              consider requesting a Presidential
   17       Declaration of an Emergency or Major
                                                                   Governor
                             Disaster
                  Monitor preliminary damage           Governor/Commissioner of Public
            assessment reports, local requests for   Safety/ Director of Vermont Emergency
   18        State assistance and State response     Management/FEMA Liaison/State PDA
                            capability.                               Teams

            Request a Presidential Declaration of      Governor/Commissioner of Public
   19       Emergency or Major Disaster. Direct
              preparation of request by VEM.
                                                     Safety/ Director of Vermont Emergency
                                                                  Management

            Appoint a State Coordinating Officer
            (SCO) and a Governor's Authorized
   20             Representative (GAR).
            SCO/Commissioner DPS/Director of
                                                                   Governor

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                                    STATE OF VERMONT
                                        Executive Department

                                   EXECUTIVE ORDER

       I order and direct the activation of the Vermont Emergency Operations Plan and authorize the use
of the State resources to alleviate hardship and suffering of citizens and communities impacted by
which occurred on        .

                                                  Witness my name hereunto subscribed

                                                  and the Great Seal of the State of

                                                  Vermont hereunto affixed at          ,

                                                  this      day of       , A.D., 20          .




                                                         _______________________________________
                                                         Governor

By the Governor


___________________________________
Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs

Executive Order #_____________________




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                                     STATE OF VERMONT
                                        Executive Department

                                    EXECUTIVE ORDER

        Pursuant to the authority vested in me as Governor of Vermont under 20 V.S.A. Section 9, and as
a result of       and resulting conditions which occurred on         , I hereby declare a State of Emergency
for       .

        I further order and direct the activation of the Vermont Emergency Operations Plan and authorize
the use of the State resources to alleviate hardship and suffering of citizens and communities impacted by
the emergency event.

                                                  Witness my name hereunto subscribed

                                                  and the Great Seal of the State of

                                                  Vermont hereunto affixed at          ,

                                                  this      day of        , A.D., 20         .




                                                         ________________________________________
                                                          Governor

By the Governor


___________________________________
Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs

Executive Order #_____________________




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                                     STATE OF VERMONT
                                         Executive Department

                                    EXECUTIVE ORDER

       Pursuant to the authority vested in me as Governor of Vermont under 20 V.S.A. Section 9, and at
the request of one or more of the following communities, and having determined the necessity of public
safety requires it, I hereby declare a State of Emergency for        , Vermont.

       This declaration is being made as the result of          resulting in danger to the health and safety of
the public and damages to public and private property.




                                                   Witness my name hereunto subscribed

                                                   and the Great Seal of the State of

                                                   Vermont hereunto affixed at           ,

                                                   this         day of      , A.D., 20         .




                                                          ________________________________________
                                                           Governor

By the Governor


___________________________________
Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs

Executive Order #_____________________




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                                    STATE OF VERMONT
                                       Executive Department

                                   EXECUTIVE ORDER

       Pursuant to the authority vested in me as Governor of Vermont under 20 V.S.A. Section 9, and as
a result of an emergency at Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Station which occurred on                    , I hereby
declare a State of Emergency for      , Vermont.

       I further order and direct the activation of the Vermont Emergency Operations Plan and Vermont
Radiological Emergency Response Plan and authorize the use of the State resources to alleviate hardship
and suffering of citizens and communities impacted by the emergency event.

                                                   Witness my name hereunto subscribed

                                                   and the Great Seal of the State of

                                                   Vermont hereunto affixed at          ,

                                                   this       day of      , A.D., 20          .




                                                            _______________________________________
                                                            Governor

By the Governor


___________________________________
Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs

Executive Order #_____________________




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                                     STATE OF VERMONT
                                         Executive Department

                                    EXECUTIVE ORDER

       Pursuant to the authority vested in me as Governor of Vermont and Commander- in Chief,
Vermont National Guard, under 20 V.S.A. Chapter 29 §601, and having determined the necessity of
public service requires it, I hereby order and direct the Adjutant General of Vermont to order into service
a force of National Guardsmen for the purpose of assisting State and local officials in stabilizing
conditions resulting from        occurring on       .

       The need for National Guard assistance is a direct result of        occurring           , which have
exhausted available manpower throughout Vermont.

       Pay for personnel performing the State service shall be in accordance with the provisions of VSA
603 and 881.

                                                   Witness my name hereunto subscribed

                                                   and the Great Seal of the State of

                                                   Vermont hereunto affixed at          ,

                                                   this        day of     , A.D., 20          .


                                                            ________________________________________
                                                             Governor

By the Governor

___________________________________
Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs

Executive Order #_____________________




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                                     STATE OF VERMONT
                                         Executive Department

                                    EXECUTIVE ORDER

       Pursuant to the authority vested in me as Governor of Vermont under 20 V.S.A. Section 9, having
determined the necessity of public safety requires it, I hereby order and direct the evacuation of                       .

       The need for an evacuation is as a result of             and resulting conditions which occurred
on       .

                                                      Witness my name hereunto subscribed

                                                      and the Great Seal of the State of

                                                      Vermont hereunto affixed at          ,

                                                      this        day of      , A.D., 20         .



                                                               ________________________________________
                                                                Governor

By the Governor


___________________________________
Secretary of Civil and Military Affairs

Executive Order #_____________________




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