Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)

The last step of the project requires you to build a complete Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). You will use the information you have already collected as well as create a basic plan as part of your final document. The entire plan will be around 20-25 pages with all plan elements. 
Instructions—Basic Plan
The audience for the Basic Plan needs to be able to visualize the sequence and scope of the planned emergency response. The major part of the basic plan is the CONOPS section, that explains in broad terms the decision maker’s or leader’s intent with regard to an operation. The CONOPS is designed to give an overall picture of the operation. It is included primarily to clarify the purpose, and it explains the organization’s overall approach to an emergency (i.e., what should happen, when, and at whose direction).  When grading the plan, I am most concerned that what you have: 1) is specific to the organization; 2) is something that can be implemented by the organization; 3) clearly assigns who does what, when, and how.  To help guide you to success, I have provided a number of past student hazard analyses and plans to help keep you on track for what I am looking for. These previous analyses by former students can be found in the Course Library. 
REQUIRED CONTENT: Basic Plan Elements/Sections incl. Concept of Operations
· Table of Contents
· Introductory material
· Purpose Statement
· Situation and assumptions
· Concept of operations*
· Organization and assignment of responsibilities
· Administration and logistics
· Plan development and maintenance
· Authorities and references
FORMAT: *Concept of Operations: 
7-10 pages, single spaced, 1” margins, Times New Roman font size 12. Remember that for ease of reading you should make sure you use appropriate white space, e.g., 2 or 3 line spaces between sections of the plan; numbering/lettering conventions; and bold, italic, or slight size font changes etc. on headings to make it easy to reference individual sections/sub-sections from the table of contents.
Your plan should be submitted as one document in .doc, .docx or .pdf form via TurnitIn in the Assignments Folder.
Tips for Success:
1) Structuring your plan: Feel free to locate planning checklists to assist you in formulating the sections of your plan and to make sure you do not forget a section. Of course, not all checklist items may be applicable to your organization/facility and plan. However, you may find them a good way to structure content. If you find a checklist that is particularly useful and that you use to check your plan I recommend that you make a copy of it and include it with your plan submission.
Reference FEMA’s Comprehensive Planning Guide (CPG) 101, p. 34: On page 34 of the pdf file, there is an overview of the structure of a planning document that helps you determine what content belongs in each section of the plan: http://www.fema.gov/pdf/about/divisions/npd/CPG_101_V2.pdf 

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