AFI 10-2501 PDF

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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Afj comprehensive, national approach to incident management Applicable at all jurisdictional levels and across ari NIMS Compliance Your jurisdiction. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, as the incident commander for 16 days following Hurricane Katrina. Most courses in this chapter are currently conducted and evaluated in a traditional instructor-led classroom or field environment.

All others directed by the Installation Commander upon completion of prerequisite courses If a function is 10-22501 covered by this instruction, then the installation will contact their MAJCOM Office of the Civil Engineer for resolution. AS Communications equipment To determine equipment needs, evaluate the installation or unit mission and threat; then purchase only the material needed to respond to that threat.

Existing Mobile Command Posts can be configured to meet this requirement. 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.

Vaccination of personnel or the use of mass prophylaxis may prevent the spread of naturally occurring disease to installation personnel. 10-201 is affected by student proficiency levels. C-bag items may be pre-positioned. This Instruction reissues DoD Instruction.

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Units must train and exercise their afu to develop alternate methods or work-around procedures if critical resources are destroyed or if mutual-aid resources, host nation support or incoming forces are unavailable The CBRNE attack threat may come from qfi CBRNE weapons or may be new compounds and organisms. Establishes policy, assigns More information. Base the plan on the template located on the Air Force Portal. A bar indicates a revision from the previous version. Commanders must stress both planning and response to provide unity of effort, allocate resources efficiently and identify 10-22501 early.

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Therefore, response, recovery and mitigation actions will vary. Reissues and renumbers DoD Directive. Only one event ma – Command. Purpose The Department of Social Services DSS has the primary responsibility for coordinating mass care, housing and human services during emergencies.

Base stock levels on anticipated consumption during scheduled maintenance, EM operations, training, and exercises Needs may fall into various categories such as mobility, C2, EOC, UCC, team, and individual capabilities such as shelter management or detection. It also changes exercise requirements for the Emergency Management Program. Mitigation Preparedness More information. Canteen M1 Canteen Cap 3,6 Recovery efforts restore the area and operations to normal conditions.

ICS is designed to assist those individuals who will assume supervisory roles in expanding incidents where multiple functions and agency resources are needed to ensure life safety, incident stabilization and property preservation. It establishes responsibilities, procedures and standards for Air Force mitigation and emergency response to major accidents; natural disasters; terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction WMD ; and nuclear, biological, chemical and conventional NBCC warfare.

The course is a self paced web-delivered course that takes an estimated 90 minutes to complete. Only one event ma – Command 1 Altitude Events: Also, they must consider the potential for secondary attack, such as chemical dispersal devices, secondary explosive devices or booby traps Recovery.

Ensure plans support other Federal agencies during Incidents of National Significance.

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HSPD 5 directed the Secretary of. Security Forces see Attachment 5 The Air Force will establish a single integrated EM program to mitigate the effects of major accidents; natural disasters; conventional attacks including those using highyield explosives ; and terrorist use of CBRN materials on Air Force personnel, resources, and operations.

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The AFIMS provides scalable and flexible response to organize field-level operations for a broad spectrum of emergencies. Recovery operations begin as soon as possible but normally follow hazard mitigation and when all emergency response actions are completed.

CE Commander X 4. See also paragraphs, and for discussions of how mitigation is applied during 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.

Use of these technologies also allows for critical education and training data analysis at the installation and Air Force levels. Installations should pre-plan to isolate or shut off utilities, fuel and electrical and water systems that are affected by the natural disaster on or near the installation Specific natural disaster responses will be required for the natural 102-501 listed in paragraph Natural disaster responses may be modified during expeditionary operations Consider the overall situation and threat when responding to natural disasters during expeditionary operations.

Supervisors will train and evaluate individual 10-2510 objectives. It also provides the knowledge and skills to identify CBRNE threats, as well as perform threat mitigation and post attack reconnaissance. No-cost agreements with city, county, State, and Federal government activities, and with non-profit organizations should be executed with MOAs and MOUs.

Mitigation also includes developing and testing the shelter program to provide the best available physical protection for personnel from the effects of an attack.

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