NWTEMC Communications Interoperability Exercise

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´╗┐NWTEMC Communications Interoperability Exercise CDR Steve McLaughlin USN (ret) T.J. Harmon CEM

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ICEBREAKER! When this practice is over, we may require an icebreaker!

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Exercise Objectives Define interchanges interoperability Review H1N1 precautionary measures Identify strategies for following a H1N1 episode over a wide territory Determine NWTEMC correspondences methods important amid a wide-region crisis and distinguish ebb and flow difficulties to NWTEMC interchanges forms Identify crevices/creases in ebb and flow correspondences procedures and archive those holes/creases

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Discussion Question: What is correspondences interoperability? What are the vital segments of interoperability? Is everything about the rigging? Is there additional?

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Remember Together ? Become more acquainted with your neighbors Define locale interoperability Develop conventions Sign Agreements Coordinate innovation Provide preparing Perform testing T alk O verview G et Protocols E ngage T echnology H elp learn E xercise R eady

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Scenario: H1N1 Outbreak 15 November: While numerous social insurance specialists in urban ranges have gotten the H1N1 immunization, there is still an absence of antibody required to treat the all inclusive community. 22 November: H1N1 flare-ups start in tribal schools and resorts 30 November: 450 instances of H1N1 are accounted for in tribal territories inside the NWTEMC district and 2500 cases are accounted for in Washington and Northern Idaho

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Discussion Questions Who do we report H1N1 flare-ups to? What measures do we take to report flare-ups? What specialized strategies are utilized? How would we convey data to tribal individuals? How would we impart data to the overall population (club supporters and so forth)?

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Is there a Doctor in the House?!? We should survey safety measures that may keep the spread of H1N1 and different infections

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Scenario It is December 5, 2009 . The National Weather Service is anticipating a substantial low weight focus will drop down from Canada and settle over Central Washington. A second, wet, chilly front is moving into the Pacific Northwest. Forecasters are expecting HEAVY Snows over the locale. Seaside Washington and the Puget Sound are expecting a record 3 feet of snow. The inland ranges ought to see snowstorm conditions and up to 4 feet of snow with substantial floating.

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Discussion Question What correspondences arrangements will you make as you get ready for this tempest? What offices will your tribe be required to work with amid this tempest? What interoperability assentions are set up with those offices? Shared Aid? What's that?

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Mutual Aid Agreements between locales, offices or governments to bolster each other in an assortment of possibilities. Regularly, common guide understandings are a piece of the arranging procedure BEFORE an occurrence happens. What shared guide understandings does your tribe have set up?

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Here it Comes! 5 p.m. on December 6 : Temperature in Seattle: 29 degrees and snowing at rate of 2"/hour; winds from NW at 18 mph Temperature in Yakima: 27 degrees and snowing at rate of 1.5"/hour; winds from N at 22 mph Temperature in Spokane: 18 degrees and simply beginning to snow; winds from NE at 18 mph WA STATE EOC ACTIVATES! NWTEMC ACTIVATES!

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8 a.m. December 7 Temperature in Seattle: 27 degrees and snowing at rate of 3"/hour; winds from NW at 25 mph; add up to snowfall most recent 24 hours 16 inches Temperature in Yakima: 14 degrees and snowing at rate of 3"/hour; winds from N at 22 mph; add up to snowfall most recent 24 hours 14 inches, floats Temperature in Spokane: 10 degrees and snowing at rate of 2.5"/hour; winds from NE at 24 mph; add up to snowfall 18 inches, floats

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Situation: 8 a.m. December 7 Seattle: Plows can't stay aware of snowfall; across the board control blackouts. Several fallen trees crosswise over electrical cables Yakima: Blowing snow diminishes perceivability to zero; floats up to 12 feet high blockade most expressways, boulevards and streets. Power is out to half of territory Spokane: Same as Yakima however temperatures fall to near 0 degrees.

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Discussion Questions How do crisis responders speak with supporting organizations in this circumstance? Can you? How would you report your circumstance to NWTEMC EOC? Will you? Do you have crisis control era capacity? HAM arrange operable? What is the power rebuilding need in your general vicinity? How can it influence your capacity to impart in your tribal range? With NWTEMC? Do you have a move down? 2-way handhelds, and so forth?

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Situation: 5 p.m. December 7 A solid Polar icy front has moved into the area. Temperatures for the following 14 days will be: Seattle: Max high will be 22 degrees Yakima: Max high will be 10 degrees Spokane: Max high will be 5 degrees There keeps on being across the board control blackouts all through the locale yet your EOC has control.

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Discussion Questions? Since you have control, what are your correspondences needs? Tribal individuals? Area or State EOC? NWTEMC EOC? Recognize the interchanges gear you will have accessible to achieve your reporting needs.

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Discussion Question What are the qualities of your correspondences arrange? What are the shortcomings? What common guide assentions do you have set up? With whom? What upgrades might you want to find in your interchanges arrange? Preparing? Assentions? Hardware? It would be ideal if you record your tribal POC/email/telephone

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Wrap-up NWTEMC Communications Director: Arlen Moses Training: Steve McLaughlin and TJ Harmon Public Outreach in Washington: Laura Kingman Does all the work: Glenn Coil THANK YOU!

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