SECTION 3: ACTIVATION/STAFFING LEVELS
Identify level of activation.
||City officials are monitoring the situation and normal administrative, planning, training, and exercise activities and schedules are being carried out.|
||Assets mobilized within daily operational utilization rates. An incident command structure may have been established, but the jurisdiction has not activated its emergency command structure.|
||Significant assets beyond normal daily activities have been mobilized. Portions of the jurisdiction's emergency command structure have been activated.|
||Most jurisdictional assets have been mobilized and there are shortages of resources, additional assets are required from outside the jurisdiction. The jurisdictional emergency command structure is activated and staffed for up to 24 hour operations.|
||Local capabilities are largely depleted or inadequate to respond due to the wide geographic nature or complexity of the incident. Activities include coordination for significant state or federal assistance.|
Item 3_Activation Level:
SECTION 6: EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION (ESF) STATUS
Swap 6A and 6B ?
Item 6A_Provide information pertinent to each section to include priorities for each section, resources currently dedicated, resources in reserve, resources requested and contact information for each position.
Item 6B_Base Plan This would include information on the execution of your basic emergency response plan.
6C_ESF 1: Transportation
6D_ESF 2: Communications
6E_ESF 3: Public Works and Engineering
6F_ESF 4: Firefighting
6G_ESF 5: Emergency Management
6H_ESF 6: Mass Care, Housing, Human Services
6I_ESF 7: Resource Support
6J_ESF 8: Public Health and Medical
6K_ESF 9: Search and Rescue
6L_ESF 10: Hazardous Materials
6M_ESF 11: Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Pets
6N_ESF 12: Energy
6O_ESF 13: Public Safety and Security
6P_ESF 14: Community Recovery
6Q_ESF 15: Public Information