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  1. Conduct Capabilities Assessment

  2. How Does the“Capabilities Assessment”Fit into the Homeland Security Strategic Planning Process? Capabilities Assessment

  3. Planning Factors CBRNE* Scenarios State Administrative Agency Risk Assessment Needs Assessment Capabilities Assessment Desired Capabilities Current Capabilities Vulnerability Assessment Threat Assessment Shortfalls or “Gaps”

  4. R E F E R E N C E : Jurisdiction Handbook page 33 • Capabilities Assessment • State and local task • Uses the Planning Factors and CBRNE scenarios to help determine desired and current capabilities needed by each discipline to respond effectively • Assessment outputs: • WMD Response Levels by Discipline • Tasks by Discipline Capabilities Assessment

  5. R E F E R E N C E : Jurisdiction Handbook page 35 • WMD Response Levels by Discipline • Document desired and current capability • Number of responders within each discipline • Number of responders desired at each response level • Number of responders currently equipped and trained at each response level • On-line system provides automatic calculation of percent ready at each response level Capabilities Assessment

  6. R E F E R E N C E : Reference Handbook page B-15 • Response Levels Defined • Level 0 • No WMD Capability • Level 1 • WMD Awareness • Level 2 • WMD Performance (Defensive) • Level 3 • WMD Performance (Offensive) • Level 4 • WMD Advanced Operations and Technician Capability Capabilities Assessment

  7. Step 1 - Select a Discipline • Select the discipline • Total number in the discipline NOTE: If discipline was not listed as a capability in the jurisdiction assessment profile, then it will not be available for selection. Capabilities Assessment Fire Service (FS) 100

  8. Step 2 - Number of Personnel Desired at each Response Level • Refer to the response level definitions • Previously conducted Planning Factors NOTE: There is no requirement to address each response level. Assess capability by response level versus “column” analysis. Capabilities Assessment Fire Service (FS) 100 100

  9. Step 3 - Number of Personnel Currently Equipped and Trained Fire Service (FS) 100 Capabilities Assessment 100 40

  10. Step 4 – Percent Ready at Desired Level • Percent of personnel who are currently equipped and trained at desired level NOTE: Percent of personnel ready at desired level will be automatically calculated. Capabilities Assessment Fire Service (FS) 100 40 40% 100 25 10 40% 10 10 100% 10 10 100%

  11. WMD Response Levels by Discipline Established • Repeat step application for all disciplines to respond • Capabilities applied to: • Tasks by discipline • Planning requirements for effective response • Organization requirements • Equipment that should be on-hand • Training desires for effective response • Exercises to evaluate the response R E F E R E N C E : Reference Handbook page A-21 Capabilities Assessment

  12. DISCUSSION Capabilities Assessment

  13. R E F E R E N C E : Jurisdiction Handbook page 36 • Tasks by Discipline • State and Local task • Determine specific tasks by discipline desired for response • Assess ability to perform tasks • Task capability is determined by: • Appropriate plans • Organizations • Equipped • Trained • Exercised Capabilities Assessment

  14. Plans • Are there appropriate plans and procedures in place to accomplish the task? • Organizations • If a specialized team will accomplish the task, is this organizational component in place? • Equipped • Is the discipline equipped to perform the task for response to potential incident? Capabilities Assessment

  15. Trained • Has the discipline trained to perform the task? • Exercises • Has the discipline been exercised using realistic CBRNE scenarios? Capabilities Assessment

  16. R E F E R E N C E : Jurisdiction Handbook page 38 • Tasks by Discipline process • Select a Discipline • Evaluate Desired Tasks for each Discipline and denote capability to perform each • How are responses defined? • Yes • No • Partial • N/A Capabilities Assessment

  17. Shortfall or Gap Can the Task be Performed NOW? Written Mutual Aid Agreement Yes No action required Planning Organization Equipment Training Exercises No Capabilities Assessment Partially • Task does not apply to the CBRNE scenario(s) • The solution area does not apply to CBRNE • The task does not apply to solution area • The task is a state designated responsibility N/A

  18. State designated responsibility • “State Task” Option provided for Public Health discipline only Capabilities Assessment

  19. Evaluate Tasks for each Discipline • Yes • No • Partial • N/A • Select new discipline R E F E R E N C E : Reference Handbook page A-39 Capabilities Assessment

  20. Response Capability Needs – Report • Both the WMD Response Levels by Discipline and Tasks by Discipline assessments have been completed • Ability to generate report using the on-line system report interface • Indicates current capabilities • Review jurisdiction deficiencies by discipline Capabilities Assessment

  21. DISCUSSION Capabilities Assessment