The primary focus of the revision process has been the departure from an all-encompassing EOP concept, which describes emergency management phases in brief, to the adoption of separate plans, which provide for more detailed actions and procedures. This will provide CCSF with a more comprehensive Emergency Management Program.
\u2022Hazard Mitigation Plan
\u2022Emergency Response Plan
This collection of documents, when completed, will fully replace the 2005 EOP. While the remaining plans are in development, the 2005 EOP remains in effect, amended to reflect the changes enacted as each new plan is completed.
The following Emergency Response Plan (ERP) denotes the first step in the revision process by capturing the \u201cresponse\u201d element from the 2005 EOP, and addressing CCSF response activities in a single plan.
This ERP describes at a high level what the City\u2019s actions will be during an emergency response. Forthcoming annexes and appendices to this plan will describe in more detail response actions and hazards specific to CCSF. While these additional plans are in development, existing departmental plans and hazard-specific annexes remain in effect. Further, this plan describes the role of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and the coordination that occurs between the EOC, City departments, and other response agencies. Finally, this plan describes how the EOC serves as the focal point between Federal, State, and local governments in times of disaster.
DEM led the ERP\u2019s development, with support from City departments and agencies with responsibilities under the Emergency Management Program. This ERP is a living document, and DEM is responsible for updating it on a regular basis to reflect and address the changing needs of CCSF.
This plan complies with the National Incident Management System (NIMS), in accordance with the National Response Framework (NRF) (previously known as the National Response Plan [NRP]), the California Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS), the Incident Command System (ICS), and the California State Emergency Plan.
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