Exercises - health.state.mn.us

Exercises - health.state.mn.us

Introduction to Exercises What are they and how should I plan them? Chad Ostlund, CEM Emergency Preparedness & Response Health Partnerships Division Agenda What are exercises and why should they be conducted?

What types of exercises exist? How does the planning process work? How should partners be identified and involved? Q&A

Learning Objectives By the end of this webinar you will be able to: 1. Discuss basics of exercise planning 2. Describe types of exercises 3. Determine potential members of exercise planning teams

4. Identify partners that may be involved in your exercises National Preparedness Goal A secure and resilient nation with the capabilities required across the whole community to prevent, protect against, mitigate, respond to, and recover from the threats and hazards that pose the greatest risk. Prevention

Protection Mitigation Response Recovery 15 Public Health Preparedness Capabilities 1. Community Preparedness 2. Community Recovery

3. Emergency Operations Coordination 4. 5. Emergency Public Information & Warning 9.

Medical Materiel Management & Distribution 10. Medical Surge 11. Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions 12. Public Health Laboratory

Testing 13. Public Health Surveillance and Epidemiological Investigation 14. Responder Safety and Health 15. Volunteer Management

Fatality Management 6. Information Sharing 7. Mass Care 8. Medical Countermeasure Dispensing

A Sheep? No, HSEEP! (Homeland Security Exercise & Evaluation Program) HSEEP Preparedness Toolkit https:// www.preptoolkit.or g/web/hseep-resour ces

Always Successful? Types of Exercises Types of Exercises Discussion-based Operations-based Discussion-based

Exercises Seminars Workshops Tabletop Exercise (TTX) and

Games Discussion-based Exercises Seminars orientation Department operations center Local emergency operations center

Open house Workshop- produce something Develop a job action sheet Create a policy or protocol Discussion-based Exercises Tabletop Exercise

Internal or with external partners Uses a scenario In-depth discussion Games Allows practice

Can involve teams Can be a simulation Discussion-based Exercises Audience examples Operations-based Exercises

Drills Functional Exercises (FE) Full-scale Exercises (FSE) Drills Purpose What they test and when Categories Functional Exercises (FE)

Purpose Time transitions Depend on reactions Full-scale Exercises (FSE)

Purpose Physical reporting of personnel Depend on actions in field Examples Group discussion on drill and exercise experience Exercise Planning Team

Neighboring jurisdictions Subject matter experts Internal agency members Health Care Coalition members MDH Public Health Preparedness Consultants How to Identify & Involve Partners

Exercise Planning Team Organization Planning Conferences Official meetings

Concept & Objectives Conference Initial Planning Conference Mid-Term Planning Conference Planning Conferences Official meetings MSEL- Master Scenario

Events List Conference Final Planning Conference Planning the ExerciseWebinar #2 Exercise Planning Team Responsibilities Objectives Define exercise purpose & goal and set timeline

Create scenario Prepare exercise documentation and communication Training and pre-exercise briefing Wrap Up Review

HSEEP https:// www.preptoolkit.org/web/hseep-resource s Exercise types Exercise Planning Team Upcoming Webinars

September 21: Identifying Goals and Developing a Scenario October 4: Conducting the Exercise October 19 or 20: Evaluating the Exercise and Creating an AAR/IP

Questions Contact Information Chad Ostlund 651-201-5660 [email protected]

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