Emergency Operations Plans and Emergency Operations Centers
EOP and EOC formats do not need to be aligned. For example, many jurisdictions go with a traditional EOP format but include ESFs into their EOC structure. Also, federal guidance identifies types of information that should be included in an EOP, and functions that should be performed by an EOC, but does not recommend one over another.
Choosing the format for your jurisdiction’s Emergency Operations Plan and structure for the Emergency Operation Center can seem a bit overwhelming, but it doesn’t need to be. Every jurisdiction is unique; contact us to discuss your community’s unique needs.
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