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  1. NIMS National Incident Management System (NIMS)

  2. NIMS HSPD 5 “Management of Domestic Incidents” requires that Federal preparedness assistance funding for states, local jurisdictions and tribal entities be dependent on NIMS compliance

  3. NIMS FFY 2005 Compliance Activities State and Local Required Action for FFY 2005 Compliance

  4. NIMS FFY 2005 NIMS Requirements In order to achieve NIMS implementation by September 30, 2006, state and local agencies must continue to meet and implement the FFY 2005 compliance requirements

  5. NIMS FFY 2005 NIMS Requirements are: • Incorporate NIMS into existing training programs (IS700) • Ensure that federal preparedness funding support NIMS implementation. Establish a timeframe and develop a strategy for full NIMS implementation

  6. NIMS • Incorporate NIMS into Emergency Operation Plans. Establish a baseline • Promote intrastate Mutual Aid Agreements • Provide technical assistance to state and local entities utilizing the NIMCAST • Institutionalize the use of the Incident Command System

  7. NIMS State &Local Jurisdictions Action State & Local Jurisdictions will be required to meet the FFY 2006 NIMS implementation requirements as a condition of receiving federal preparedness funding in FFY 2007

  8. NIMS Other Organizations and Facilities State and local jurisdictions should consider and include in their NIMS implementation efforts, private sector emergency medical and hospital providers, schools, transportation systems, utilities, industrial plants, nuclear power plants, factories, military facilities, stadiums and arenas

  9. NIMS FFY 2006 Compliance Activities Required Action for FFY 2006 Local Jurisdiction Compliance

  10. Local Requirements Community Adoption Adopt NIMS at the community level for all government departments and public and private agencies

  11. Local Requirements Command and Management Manage all emergency incidents and preplanned events using the Incident Command structure (ICS) • ICS implementation must include consistent application of Incident Action Planning and Common Communication Plans

  12. Local Requirements Coordinate and support emergency incident and event management through the use of integrated multi-agency coordination system • Example: maintain connectivity capability between the IC post, local 911 centers, state, local EOCs

  13. Local Requirements Implement a Public Information System • Develop and implement processes, procedures and/ or plans to communicate timely, accurate information to the public during an incident through a Joint Information System and Joint Information Center

  14. Local Requirements Preparedness: Planning Establish a new NIMCAST report for FFY2006 NIMCAST to begin on July 1st 2006 completed by midnight August 1st 2006

  15. Local Requirements Federal Preparedness Funding Develop and implement a system to coordinate all federal preparedness funding to implement NIMS across the community

  16. Local Requirements Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) Revise / update plans, SOPs to incorporate NIMS 1. Train 2. Exercise Participate in and promote intrastate and interagency mutual aid agreements

  17. Local Requirements Preparedness: Training Complete and implement the IS-700 into ongoing training programs by September 30, 2006 http://training.fema.gov/emiweb/IS/crslist.asp

  18. Local Requirements Complete the IS-800 Emergency managers or personnel whose primary responsibility is emergency management must complete the IS-800 Ensure the IS-800 is part of your training program for new employees, recruits and first responders Incident Command System (ICS) Complete the ICS 100 and 200 Complete the above by September 30, 2006 http://training.fema.gov/emiweb/IS/crslist.asp

  19. Local Requirements Preparedness: Exercises Incorporate NIMS/ICS into all local and regional training and exercises Participate in an all-hazard exercise program involving multiple jurisdictions Incorporate corrective actions into preparedness plans and SOPs

  20. Local Requirements Resource Management: Inventory your community assets to conform to the resource typing standards Ensure that national standards and guidance to achieve equipment, communication and data interoperability are incorporated into local acquisition programs

  21. Local Requirements Communication and Information Management: Apply the use of plain English communication standards across the public safety sector

  22. Local Requirements End

  23. NIMS FFY 2006 Compliance Activities State Required Action for FFY 2006 Compliance

  24. State Requirements State Adoption and Infrastructure Adopt NIMS at the state level for all government departments and agencies as well as promote and encourage NIMS adoption by associations, utilities non- governmental organizations and private sector incident management and response organizations

  25. State Requirements Establish a planning process to ensure the communication and implementation of NIMS requirements across the state Designate a single POC within the state to serve as the principle coordinator Ensure that federal preparedness funding to state and local jurisdictions is linked to the progress in meeting the requirements related to FFY 06 NIMS implementation

  26. State Requirements To the extent permissible by state law and regulations, audit agencies and review organizations should routinely include NIMS implementation requirements in all audits associated with federal preparedness grant funds

  27. State Requirements Command and Management Manage all emergency incidents and preplanned events using the Incident Command structure (ICS) • ICS implementation must include consistent application of Incident Action Planning and Common Communication Plans

  28. State Requirements Coordinate and support emergency incident and event management through the use of integrated multi-agency coordination system • Example: maintain connectivity capability between the IC post, local 911 centers, state, local and Federal EOCs

  29. State Requirements Institutionalize (within the ICS) the Public Information System and a Joint Information Center • The Public Information System will ensure a timely, accurate and consistent approach to deliver critical emergency information, crisis communications and public affair functions • Training shall include participants from the Governor’s office and key state agencies

  30. State Requirements Preparedness: Planning Establish a new NIMCAST report for FFY2006 Coordinate and leverage all federal preparedness funding to implement the NIMS

  31. State Requirements Revise and update plans and SOPs to incorporate NIMS and National Response Plan components Include planning, training, response, exercises, equipment, evaluation and corrective actions Promote intrastate and interagency mutual aid agreements, to include agreements with the private sector and non-governmental organizations

  32. State Requirements Preparedness: Training Leverage training facilities to coordinate and deliver NIMS training requirements.

  33. State Requirements Complete the following training by September 30, 2006 • IS-700 ( Intro to the NIMS ) • IS-800 ( Intro to the National Response Plan – NRP ) • ICS 100 / ICS 200 ( ICS ) http://training.fema.gov/emiweb/IS/crslist.asp

  34. State Requirements Preparedness: Exercises Incorporate NIMS/ICS into all state, local and regional training and exercises

  35. State Requirements Participate in an all-hazard exercise program based on NIMS that involves responders from multiple disciplines and jurisdictions Incorporate corrective actions from the exercise into preparedness and response plans and procedures

  36. State Requirements Resource Management Inventory state response assets to conform to the resource typing standards ( www.fema.gov/nims/mutual_aid.shtm ) Develop state plans for the receipt and distribution of resources as outlined in the NRP

  37. State Requirements To the extent permissible by state and local law, ensure that relevant national standards and guidance to achieve equipment, communication and data interoperability are incorporated into state and local acquisition programs

  38. State Requirements Communication and Information Management Apply standardized and consistent terminology, including the establishment of plain English communication standards across the public safety sector

  39. State Requirements End Thank you