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Hazards

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[Future:  We need to develop an HVA (Hazards Vulnerability Assessment) (course) from our ReadyIndy perspective.]

 

5 Types (Levels) of Incidents (Scope/Size/Complexity)

  • Type 5 -- very localized - one or two resources usually - most are this size.
  • Type 4 -- several resources needed -- one operational period control-phase.
  • Type 3 -- multiple operational periods.
  • Type 2 -- beyond local capabilities.
  • Type 1 -- most complex - national.

 

 

7 Broad Categories of Incidents Annexes:

 

 

Specific HAZARDS info... as we develop our generic EOP, with available Hazard-specific nuances...

 

 

Special Vulnerabilities:

 

And some special CONSIDERATIONS and SOLUTIONS:

The NRF Emergency Support Function Annexes include the following enumerated protocols:[4]

 

 

Potential ReadyIndy (SEE OPERATIONS) Plans in Response:

 

 

Specific Plans for Certain Hazards

 

 

 

 

Yet To Do:  ReadyIndy -- Develop RESPONSE ACTIONS (in context of which hazards The Church can best help with):

  • Warning the public and providing accessible emergency public information.
  • Implementing evacuation and sheltering plans that include provisions for special needs populations and household pets.
  • Sheltering evacuees in preidentified, physically accessible shelters.
  • Providing food, water, and other necessities to meet the needs of all people, including persons with disabilities and other special needs.
  • Performing search and rescue.
  • Treating the injured.
  • Providing law enforcement and investigation.
  • Controlling hazards (extinguishing fires, containing hazardous materials spills, etc.).
  • Ensuring responder safety and health.

 

 

 

 

Ref:  Also see SimulatedEmergencies

 

 

 

 

 

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