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1 I. Introduction This element of the Henry County Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan addresses the specialized emergency response operations and supporting efforts needed by Henry County in the event of a known, suspected or threatened terrorist incident occurring within its borders. II. Purpose The element supplements the County's Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan by addressing those specialized considerations necessary in the event of a terrorist attack within or impacting the State. III. Scope This element recognizes the interdependency of local governments in Henry County, and the potential that a multi-jurisdictional response to manage the consequences of a terrorist event may be required. Therefore, this element is also intended to be supportive of and consistent with the comprehensive emergency management plans and terrorism incident response elements of local jurisdictions where applicable. IV. Situation A. Description of the Hazard 1. A terrorist event may occur at any time with little or no warning. It may be local within a single municipality, an unincorporated area of a county or be of a nature that it affects numerous jurisdictions within the State of Indiana. In addition, it could originate outside of the State or the United States, and still affect the facilities, systems, businesses and population of Indiana including Henry County. 2. A terrorist event may involve a variety of methods ranging from uncomplicated incidents impacting relatively small areas, to highly complex events with very widespread physical or economic consequences. Other incidents could involve the use of the less common Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) such as sophisticated explosive, chemical, biological or radiological agents specifically designed to harm people or property over large areas. 3. A terrorist attack, especially from the use of a weapon of mass destruction, has the potential to result in health, safety, economic, and/or environmental impacts in a large geographical area. January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-1

2 B. Vulnerability to a Terrorist Attack Henry County has many facilities, sites, systems and special events susceptible to a terrorist attack. They may be divided into the following categories: government services, transportation centers, electric power and oil and gas storage/transportation, water supplies, information and communications, banking and finance, emergency services, public health, institutions, recreational facilities, commercial and industrial facilities and miscellaneous other entities. C. Summation of Risk Terrorism s major objective is to instill unreasonable fear in the population to further the group s political or social objectives. V. Concept of Operations 1. The Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan outlines a general concept of operations for a disaster or emergency. Terrorism however, impacts the actions of emergency management officials and emergency responders in a different manner and some of those differences are presented here. 2. The Federal Bureau of Investigation will evaluate information received and classify the credibility of the threat. That classification will likely determine the actions of local and State officials. If the threat is deemed credible, crisis management operations will take actions to prevent the attack from occurring, while consequence management actions will focus on mitigation efforts to lessen the impact on the surrounding community. If an incident has already occurred, a full emergency activation will be established. Federal Bureau of Investigation of Terrorist Threat Classification. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has established Classification Level based on criteria of the threat received. These levels include: Level 1 Weapon of Mass Destruction Incident A weapon of mass destruction incident has occurred. It requires an immediate process to identify, acquire, and plan the use of Federal and State resources to augment local authorities in response to limited or major consequences. The classification may be upgraded or downgraded by the FBI at any time, when warranted by conditions. Level 2 Credible Threat A threat assessment indicates that the potential threat is credible, and confirms the involvement of a weapon of mass destruction in the developing terrorist incident. The Federal crisis management response will focus on law enforcement actions taken in the interest of public safety and is January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-2

3 predominately concerned with preventing and resolving the threat. The Federal consequence management response will focus on contingency planning and prepositioning of suitable resources as required. Level 3 Potential Threat Intelligence or an articulated threat indicates a potential for a terrorist incident. However, this treat has not yet been assessed as credible, and threat assessment is continued to completion. Level 4 Minimal Threat Received threats do not warrant actions beyond normal liaison notification or placing assets on heightened alert. The Department of Homeland Security is currently developing a new advisory system. The currant draft is included in this document as follows; The Homeland Security Advisory System will provide a comprehensive and effective means to disseminate information regarding the risk of terrorist attacks to Federal, State, and local authorities and to the American people. As part of a series of initiatives to improve coordination and communication among all levels of government and the American public in the fight against terrorism, President Bush signed Homeland Security Presidential Directive 3, creating the Homeland Security Advisory System (HSAS). The advisory system will be the foundation for building a comprehensive and effective communications structure for the dissemination of information regarding the risk of terrorist attacks to all levels of government and the American people. Threat Conditions characterize the risk of terrorist attack Protective Measures are the steps that will be taken by government and the private sector to reduce vulnerabilities. The HSAS establishes five Threat Conditions with associated suggested Protective Measures: Low Condition - Green Low risk of terrorist attacks. The following Protective Measures may be applied: Refining and exercising preplanned Protective Measures Ensuring personnel receive training on HSAS, departmental, or agency-specific Protective Measures; and Regularly assessing facilities for vulnerabilities and taking measures to reduce them. Guarded Condition - Blue General risk of terrorist attack. In addition to the previously outlined Protective Measures, the following may be applied: Checking communications with designated emergency response or command locations; January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-3

4 Reviewing and updating emergency response procedures; and Providing the public with necessary information. Elevated Condition - Yellow Significant risk of terrorist attacks. In addition to the previously outlined Protective Measures, the following may be applied: Increasing surveillance of critical locations; Coordinating emergency plans with nearby jurisdictions; Assessing further refinement of Protective Measures within the context of the current threat information; and Implementing, as appropriate, contingency and emergency response plans. High Condition - Orange High risk of terrorist attacks. In addition to the previously outlined Protective Measures, the following may be applied: Coordinating necessary security efforts with armed forces or law enforcement agencies; Taking additional precaution at public events; Preparing to work at an alternate site or with a dispersed workforce; and Restricting access to essential personnel only. Severe Condition - Red Severe risk of terrorist attacks. In addition to the previously outlined Protective Measures, the following may be applied: Assigning emergency response personnel and pre-positioning specially trained teams; Monitoring, redirecting or constraining transportation systems; Closing public and government facilities; and Increasing or redirecting personnel to address critical emergency needs. NOTE: Upon approval, this new system will replace the currant FBI system listed in this document. January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-4

5 Emergency Support Functions The Emergency Support Functions tasks listed below are terrorism consequence management specific. Primary Coordinating Agency: Henry County Emergency Management Agency () Support Agencies: Henry County Dept. of Health (HCDH) Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) ESF Hazardous Materials Henry County Sheriff's Department (HCSD) Fire Department of Jurisdiction (FDOJ) Officer in Charge (OIC) Indiana Department of the National Guard (IDNG) Henry County Coroners Office (HCCO) Henry County Engineer (HCE) Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), ESF Hazardous Materials provide State support to local efforts in response to an actual or potential discharge and/or release of hazardous materials following a major disaster or emergency. Public Information Prepare Obtain chemical agent information from ESF Hazardous Materials including agent properties and effects and public impact. Obtain biological agent information from ESF Health and Medical including agent properties and effects and public impact., OIC,,, January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-5

6 Recovery Task Communications and Warning No tasks January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-6

7 If FBI confirms credible threat, notify necessary local agencies. If actual incident occurs in EOC HCSD,, EOC evacuation plans Notify Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Department of Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recovery Task HCSD,, Information and Planning. Support. Fire fighting No tasks Train responders to Operations Level of Hazardous Materials Response FDOJ,, Considerations for conventional attack: Cooperate with LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES in performing investigation. January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-7

8 Reference Identify agent used. FDOJ,, Identify agent used Recovery Task Assist in decontamination of site, if needed., FDOJ Health & Medical Identify procedures for accepting, storing, and distributing the National Pharmaceutical Stockpile. Identify resources for hospital based decontamination capabilities. Identify local private vendors that can provide items that will be in high demand during public health emergencies. Identify procedures for providing security for medications, vaccines, and other prophylaxis measures as they are transported into affected areas. Identify procedures for transport of samples to laboratories for analysis. Identify procedures for accepting, storing, and distributing the National Pharmaceutical Stockpile.,,, HCSD,, HCSD, January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-8

9 Considerations for conventional attack: Coordinate with ESF Information and Planning, to develop a system for tracking victims location, recovery status, and witness/interview statements. Develop and maintain listing of ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) recognized chemical agents and of other agencies where monitoring equipment might be available. Coordinate with ESF Hazardous Materials and ESF Public Information to develop public information releases detailing the properties and effects of the specific chemical agent(s) used during the attack, as it pertains to public safety, site re-entry, and site re-habitation. Establish and maintain list of possible biological agents, including their properties, effects, weapon characteristics, and prophylaxis and treatment methods. Develop the National Pharmaceutical Stockpile Management Plan for the State, including assembly, sorting, and packaging, and distribute and position regionally. Develop emergency contracts with local private vendors for items that will be in high demand during public health emergency. Develop medical surveillance system for early detection and monitoring of increased call volumes, patient visits, and infectious disease cases. Develop reporting system for updating response, medical, and public health officials of increases identified by surveillance system. HCSD,,,,, ESF Support,, January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-9

10 Develop County Mass Prophylaxis Plan that addresses medication dissemination, injury and illness triage and treatment, and patient tracking for a very large number of victims. Develop County Mass Fatality Plan that addresses the removal, storage, transport, tracking, possession cataloguing, and final disposition of deceased remains. Coordinate with ESF Information and Planning to develop and use a system for tracking victims locations, recovery status, and witness/interview statements. Coordinate with ESF Hazardous Materials and ESF Public Information to develop public information releases detailing the properties and effects of the specific biological agent(s) used during an attack, as it pertains to public safety, site re-entry, and site re-habitation. Develop fact sheets on biological agents. Develop procedures for transport of samples to laboratories for analysis., Considerations for conventional attack: Coordinate with ESF Transportation to identify additional medical transportation resources and needs and to locate and direct EMS transport assets to the incident site. Coordinate with ESF Support in obtaining additional supplies for hospitals and Emergency Medical Services as requested. Coordinate with ESF Information and Planning for tracking victims location, recovery status, and witness/interview statements, as needed., EMS January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-10

11 For a chemical attack: Complete tasks listed under Conventional Attack. Provide technical information to hospitals, clinics, medical practices, first responders and investigators regarding chemical agent properties and effects. Coordinate with ESF Information and Planning for tracking victims location, recovery status, and witness/interview statements. For a biological attack: Serve as primary source of information regarding medical and public health issues during an incident. Monitor medical surveillance system for early detection and monitoring of increased call volumes, patient visits, and infectious disease cases. Implement reporting system for updating response, medical, and public health officials of increases identified by surveillance system. Request/Activate the Indiana Funeral Directors and Coroners Disaster Team, as needed. Implement County Mass Casualty Plan. Implement County Mass Fatality Plan Coordinate with ESF Information and Planning in tracking victims locations, recovery status, and witness/interview statements. Coordinate with ESF Support in obtaining additional supplies for hospitals and Emergency Medical Services. Provide technical information to first responders and investigators regarding biological agent properties and effects., HCARC Funeral Directors Association, Coroners Association, HCHD, HCCO HCSD, HCARC,,, HCHD January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-11

12 Coordinate with ESF Hazardous Materials, and ESF Public Information, to disseminate public information releases detailing the properties and effects of the specific biological agent(s) used during the attack, as it pertains to public safety, site re-entry, and site re-habitation. Assist in epidemiological investigation, including providing investigators when necessary. Identify secure medical supply staging and storage areas. Identify transport routes for supplies coming into affected areas. Identify diseases and advise on prophylaxis. Recovery Task, HCHD HCSD, Considerations for conventional attack: Provide guidance on long-term medical care and monitoring according to ATSDR recommendations. Search and Rescue Considerations for conventional attack: Coordinate with ESF Public Works and Engineering on equipment and resource needs for search and rescue operations, as needed. OIC, FDOJ, January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-12

13 Coordinate with ESF Law Enforcement on search and rescue security needs and evidence recovery, collection, and chain of custody., FDOJ, OIC January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-13

14 Complete tasks listed under conventional attack. Coordinate with ESF Hazardous Materials on search and rescue personnel and animal safety with regard to chemical agents. HCAEO Complete tasks listed under conventional attack. Coordinate with on search and rescue personnel and animal safety with regard to biological agents. HCAEO Hazardous Materials Considerations for conventional attack: Coordinate with ESF Firefighting, ESF Search and Rescue, and ESF Law Enforcement to develop terrorism-specific procedures to be used by firefighters and search and rescue personnel during response and recovery efforts. Develop fact sheets on chemical agents. Coordinate with to develop safety procedures for first responders, including the need for and proper use of specialized personal protective equipment and information concerning contact with the ill, deceased, and other civilians. January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-14

15 Considerations for conventional attack: Serve as primary source of information for hazardous materials, including chemical agents, to local authorities and other ESFs., FDOJ Complete tasks listed under conventional attack. Support other ESFs and local authorities with technical information, equipment, and expertise regarding chemical agents, their properties, and their effects as needed., FDOJ IDNG, Complete tasks listed under conventional attack. Support other ESFs and local authorities with technical information, equipment, and assistance regarding biological agents, their properties, and their effects as needed. Recovery Task, FDOJ IDNG, Considerations for conventional attack: Serve as primary source of information for hazardous materials, including chemical agents, to local authorities and other ESFs. Support other ESFs and local authorities with technical information, equipment, and assistance regarding chemical agents, their properties, and their effects. Considerations for conventional attack: Coordinate with ESF Law Enforcement on search and rescue personnel and animal safety and potential evidence recovery, collection, and chain of custody., HCHD January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-15

16 Recovery Task Complete tasks listed under conventional attack. Coordinate with ESF Hazardous Materials on search and rescue personnel and animal safety with regard to chemical agents. Complete tasks listed under conventional attack. Coordinate with, on search and rescue personnel and animal safety with regard to biological agents. Law Enforcement FDOJ, OIC FDOJ, OIC Considerations for conventional attack: For credible threat: Notify Federal Bureau of Investigation. Notify local law enforcement agencies with jurisdiction for suspected target(s) locations. Notify and coordinate with applicable ESFs. HCSD HCSD HCSD For actual incident: Coordinate the requirements for technical equipment, expertise, and specialized assistance. HCSD, January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-16

17 Request hazard-specific information from ESF Hazardous Materials. Coordinate with ESF Support to obtain additional personal protective equipment, as needed. Request information regarding biological hazards from. Coordinate with on assessment of personal protective equipment and universal precautions needs. Coordinate all efforts regarding quarantine and reentry. Recovery Task FDOJ, FDOJ,, Shelter and Mass Care For conventional attack: Coordinate with ESF Transportation to develop procedures for receiving arriving victims and supplies to shelters and mass care facilities. Develop and maintain procedures for providing crisis counseling to victims, emergency workers, and family members. HCARC HCARC Educate shelter volunteers about chemical dangers. HCARC January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-17

18 Educate shelter volunteers about biological dangers. HCARC January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-18

19 For conventional attack: Coordinate with applicable ESFs on location, requirements, setup, staffing, maintenance, and security for shelters and mass care facilities. Coordinate with ESF Transportation to implement procedures for receiving arriving victims and supplies to shelters and mass care facilities. Coordinate with ESF Support and ESF Health and Medical on medical and pharmaceutical needs in shelters and mass care facilities. Complete tasks listed under Conventional Attack. Refer to ESF Hazardous Materials for guidelines on incidents involving hazardous materials. ESF Public Works, ESF Information and Planning, ESF Support,, ESF Law Enforcement, ARC, ARC FDOJ, Complete tasks listed under Conventional Attack. Refer to ESF Hazardous Materials for guidelines on incidents involving hazardous materials. Recovery Task Transportation Identify additional decontamination resources for vehicles and equipment., January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-19

20 Identify additional transport resources for deceased. Coordinate with local agencies for additional transportation assets to evacuate contaminated victims. Develop lists of additional decontamination resources for vehicles and equipment. Coordinate with ESF Law Enforcement and ESF Health and Medical to develop transportation procedures for providing security for medications, vaccines, and other prophylaxis measures. Coordinate with ESF Law Enforcement to develop transport routes for supplies coming into affected and quarantined areas. For conventional attack: Coordinate additional resources for transport of victims as needed. Transport large numbers of deceased victims. Assist in decontaminating exposed or contaminated transport vehicles. Request additional decontamination resources as needed. HCCO, /EMS, Funeral Directors Association,, HCSD, HCSD HCSD,, HCSD HCCO,, Funeral Directors Assn. ESF Hazardous Materials,, ESF Support January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-20

21 Coordinate and prioritize requests for additional EMS transport resources as needed. Coordinate and prioritize requests for additional transport resources for deceased. Coordinate with ESF Law Enforcement to provide security for medications, vaccines, and other prophylaxis measures as they are transported into affected areas. Coordinate with ESF Law Enforcement to provide security for supplies as they are transported into affected areas. Recovery Task For conventional attack: Coordinate with ESF Law Enforcement, to determine if response vehicles, their contents, or other equipment will be considered evidence, and therefore must be processed. Decontaminate response vehicles and equipment as needed. Coordinate with ESF Public Information, to determine public information strategy for assuring public that transportation resources are safe for use. Assist in decontaminating response vehicles and equipment as needed. Coordinate with ESF Public Information, to determine public information strategy for assuring public that transportation resources are safe for use. HCCO, Funeral Directors Assn., HCSD HCSD HCSD FDOJ,, OIC FDOJ, ESF Hazardous Materials January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-21

22 Public Works/Engineering Considerations for conventional attack: For credible threat: Notify facilities manager of suspected target(s), explaining situation. Obtain architectural plans of suspected target from facilities manager. For actual incident: Complete tasks listed under credible threat. Perform site inspection of remaining structural integrity as it pertains to safety of search and rescue and recovery operations. Complete tasks listed under Conventional Attack. Coordinate with ESF Hazardous Material to see that contaminated/affected areas are decontaminate as necessary. Coordinate with ESF Law Enforcement to determine extent of evidence preservation and collection (i.e., contaminated air filters, pipes, ducts, water filters, etc.). Coordinate with hazardous materials team(s) to identify and control run off hazards at incident site during and after decontamination is performed. HCSD Site s physical plant, Office of Public Records, FDOJ,, HCE ESF Hazardous Materials, ESF Firefighting January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-22

23 Complete tasks listed under Chemical Attack. Coordinate with agencies for guidance on Biological agent. Recovery Task For conventional attack: Develop procedures for reconstruction and restoration of affected essential sites and infrastructures. Perform site inspection to determine structural integrity of buildings, as needed. Coordinate with ESF Public Information in developing a public information strategy for reassuring the public that the affected areas are safe for re-entry and habitation. Complete tasks listed under conventional attack: Coordinate with ESF Hazardous Material to see that contaminated/affected areas are decontaminate as necessary. If release occurs in a building, inspect Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning system(s) for contamination. Insure that decontamination is performed and/or replacement of filters or system is done as necessary. If release occurs in a building, inspect water system(s) for contamination. Insure that decontamination is performed and/or replacement of filters or system is done as necessary. Complete tasks listed under chemical attack. HCE HCE, ESF Hazardous Materials, ESF Hazardous Materials January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-23

24 Energy Considerations for conventional attack: Process applications of entities requesting critical infrastructure status for priority restoration in the event of an emergency. Develop an energy service monitoring system to facilitate the early detection of a significant disruption of energy service (a loss of 10% service or loss of power to 1,000 or more customers). Develop procedures for energy providers to contact State Emergency Management Agency if a significant energy service disruption occur (a loss of 10% service or loss of power to 1,000 or more customers). Complete tasks listed under conventional attack. Develop procedures for decontaminating energy production and distribution facilities and personnel. Utility Emergency Operating Plans Individual utilities ESF Energy, ESF Hazardous Material Complete tasks listed under conventional attack. For conventional attack: Provide waivers for energy sources normally not authorized, when energy resources are necessary for a time-critical action and acceptable sources are unavailable in necessary amounts. Reestablish energy to affected areas based on priority of emergency response and hazard mitigation needs. HCE Utilities Emergency Operating Plans January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-24

25 Provide incident information and status of activities to energy providers in affected areas, to those in other regions or states, and to mutual aid partners as necessary. Activate mutual aid agreements with other energy providers, as needed, to mitigate service disruptions. ESF Energy Recovery Task For conventional attack: If energy production or distribution facility is attacked. Insure that decontamination of energy production facilities and personnel, is done as necessary. If energy production or distribution facility is attacked. Insure that decontamination of energy production facilities and personnel, is done as necessary., ESF Hazardous Materials, ESF Hazardous Materials Damage Assessment January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-25

26 Recovery Task Considerations for conventional attack: Coordinate with ESF Public Works and Engineering to assess extent of damage to buildings, properties, and critical infrastructures. Coordinate with ESF Law Enforcement to determine evidentiary issues associated with damaged public properties critical infrastructure needing to be restored and issues associated with reclamation of evidentiary items and possessions. Complete tasks listed under conventional attack. Coordinate with ESF Public Works and Engineering and ESF Hazardous Materials in determining extent of property damage and extent of decontamination or replacement necessary. Complete tasks listed under conventional attack and chemical attack. ESF Coordination and Control, ESF Public Works, ESF Engineering, January 2, 2002 Hazard Specific 7-26

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