The RDPC is bringing PER 294 Testing an Emergency Operations Plan in a Rural EOC to Lawton, OK beginning on Jan. 16, 2019, 8 a.m..
Testing an Emergency Operations Plan in a Rural EOC
This eight-hour performance-level course has been designed with a proactive approach to testing rural communities’ Emergency Operations Plans (EOPs) in an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) environment. In the process, the course provides relevant and valuable training to elected officials, EOC personnel, and rural community leaders representing both public and private sector entities. Throughout the training session, participants are provided with opportunities to exchange perceptions and best practices while interacting with participants from responder organizations, public and private sectors organizations, as well as with other EOC personnel working at regional and state levels. The emphasis of this course is a performance-oriented exercise which allows course participants to replicate the roles of various EOC personnel in an effort to test their community’s EOP. In the event that the community receiving the training does not have a written EOP, participants will be provided with a model EOP written for a rural county in the fictitious state of Columbia.
All participants must register by Jan. 2, 2019, 5 p.m. to ensure their spot in the course.
How to Register
To register please visit the Fire Service Training page or contact Samuel A. Talamantez, Southwest Area Coordinator at Oklahoma Office of Emergency Management at Samuel.firstname.lastname@example.org, 405-206-5010.