Air Force Instruction (AFI) Emergency Management (EM) Planning and Operation, dated 24 Jan And AFMC Supplement 1. Start studying AFI AF EM Program Planning and Operations. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Emergency Management; and Air Force Instruction (AFI) , Air Force Emergency. Management Program Planning and Operations.

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A major accident may involve one or more of the following: A copy of the unit quarterly EM report, which includes unit EM representative appointments. Pursuant to the authority vested in the Secretary of Defense. PAR teams are organized, trained and equipped by the unit. It usually requires a team chief and functional experts to respond to a specific situation. The recovery phase restores the area and operations to normal conditions.

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Annexes B and D will cross-reference to Annex C when planning for a naturally occurring disease outbreak or terrorist use of biological weapons. Units affi use the PE codes in Table 5.

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A whole-body protective system includes a protective mask, second skin, C2 filter or canister set, protective gloves with cotton inserts, over garments and overboots.

Examples of preparedness for major accidents include maintaining and testing the installation notification and warning system, developing and exercising installation recall procedures and certifying equipment. AETC formal courses and installation-level training increase knowledge and proficiency for response operations. Commanders should appoint their most qualified managers, leaders, or technicians to provide an effective evaluation of EM objectives Ensure support and recovery teams are adequately staffed, trained and equipped to provide hour coverage when activated Ensure dissemination of EM training material throughout the unit to support the Installation EM Information Program Identify requirements, budget for, obtain, store and maintain unit passive defense operational and training equipment, including IPE, PPE, detection equipment, contamination control materials and shelter supplies for designated installation shelters.

The interim virtuallyconsolidated configurations are considered to be in compliance with this guidance until the central dispatch capability can be achieved. Most natural disasters cannot be prevented. See AFPAMAugmentation Duty Ensure interoperable communications and visual information services are available for incident response Ensure pre-positioned material is stored and maintained for additive forces IAW theater, installation and joint support plans In conjunction with the Installation Commander, prepare for and determine options for all personnel to obtain access to computers to accomplish computer-based training Ensure that Command Post Controllers, EOC, ECC and UCC members participate in aci least one exercise per year.


Such actions require a readiness strategy designed to train, equip and exercise forces to counter the expected threats. Examples of actions to take qfi implementing. Pursuant to the authority vested in the Secretary of Defense More information. Recovery may involve dividing the installation into sectors and assigning each unit a sector for recovery actions if a natural disaster affects afii entire installation. It also changes exercise requirements for the Emergency Management Program.

After a student completes the knowledge-based objectives, CE Readiness Flight instructors will train and evaluate individual demonstration-performance objectives Some courses listed in this chapter do not contain individual demonstrationperformance objectives; however they contain localized procedures that must be presented to the individual by the CE Readiness Flight or other functional areas as identified in this chapter Unit commanders must afj personnel complete individual demonstrationperformance objectives no later than 60 days after completing individual knowledgebased objectives Duration for the demonstration-performance portion of education and training is approximate, based on covering Air Force standard demonstration-performance objectives, local procedures, and requirements.

Specific natural disasters will differ in scope and effects. These phases of incident management are discussed in paragraph Installations, including tenant units, will tailor their response capability to the installation s mission and threat assessment.

The IRB is the nearest military installation having a disaster response capability, regardless of size, to a major accident involving DOD. Readiness and Emergency Management Flights will provide an information copy of the CEMPunless it is classified, to local civilian agencies as part of their total coordination effort Each installation unit, including tenants, must use the CEMP template to develop unit-specific checklists to support the installation CEMP Checklists must tell who, what, when, where and how actions will be accomplished.

Mitigation is an ongoing process and is considered, to some degree, a part of every phase of incident management.

Commanders must be able to maintain the primary installation mission, save lives, mitigate damage and restore mission-essential resources and infrastructure after a natural disaster. The EOC updates the ICC with ongoing incident status and seeks support through the ICC when on-scene requirements surpass the installation s inherent capability and the installation s cumulative capabilities acquired through MAAs. In addition, commanders 110-2501 hazard mitigation to plan, prepare and respond effectively to qfi given hazard.

Military involvement to advance and protect US interests may include war operations, peace operations, homeland defense and civil support, foreign humanitarian assistance and other DSCA.

Next, take the paper test – record your answers. Existing resources should be used as backup capabilities once physical consolidation occurs The EOC is the C2 support elements that directs, monitors, and supports the installation s actions before, during, and after an incident. Commanders and 10-25001 of RST members must understand that when the RST is recalled, RST becomes an RST member s primary duty Unit commanders will notify the CE Commander when approving the release of a trained team member for reasons other than permanent change of station, retirement, discharge or medical disqualification.


These measures are addressed under preparedness or mitigation Preparation. See also paragraphs, and for discussions of how mitigation is applied 10-22501 each type of incident Major Accidents, Including Hazardous Materials HAZMAT The Air Force EM program addresses major accident responses through this instruction, while the Air Force Safety program addresses mishaps through AFI Major accidents are defined in paragraph Mishaps are defined in paragraph The differences between major accidents and mishaps are discussed in paragraph A major accident is an accident of such a magnitude as to warrant response by the installation DRF.

Purpose The Department of Social Services DSS has the primary responsibility for coordinating mass care, housing and human services during emergencies More information. Operations or incidents involving chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives, or materials, either individually or in combination. The Installation Commander should ensure that existing base shelters and facility shelter plans are evaluated to implement avi in-place protection. O Designates optional training level.

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See AFI and for additional information All assigned, attached, and tenant active duty units report their C- and D-bag funding requirements to their assigned bases. Advanced Search Include Citations. This chapter provides the responsibilities for the Air Force EM program including responsibilities at aif following levels: Deliberate plans that rely upon in-place resources, such as a hardened facility or collective protection facilities, may not be afk at austere locations, especially during the response and recovery phases.

CE Commanders may attend to better understand their emergency response functions. Units must af to repair and replace equipment and consumables based on shelf-life expiration, service-life expiration, and unserviceable condition. Units will maintain the minimum materials needed for tasked response and support. Each unit must develop checklists for each specialized team they control.