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TOWN/CITY, CONNECTICUT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN

ANNEX F - SHELTER/MASS CARE

EFFECTIVE DATE

V.ADMINISTRATION AND LOGISTICS

1.Support may be requested from various private and volunteer organizations.  These organizations will assist in the manner best suited to their respective capabilities.

2.Mutual Aid agreements, verbal and written, at the time of the emergency will be utilized if feasible.

3.Emergency operations will be carried out principally by the Town/City of __________ forces supported by State forces.

4.Federal or military forces will provide support only if available and needed.

5.The Town/City will develop and maintain records and reports associated with tracking the status of Shelter/Mass Care operations.

6.A listing of Shelter/Mass Care facilities are made a part of this annex in Appendix A, Attachment 1.  The listings include: location, people capacity, quantity and type of kitchens, stock levels of medical and sanitation supplies, food and water, cots, rest room facilities (including showers, if any) and parking capacity, etc.  Also listed should be communications systems available, a list of telephone numbers, and information on the emergency power backup system.

VI.PLAN DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE

This Annex shall be reviewed and updated by the Shelter/Mass Care Coordinator as changes occur throughout the year.  All changes in the Annex, its Appendixes, Attachments, Standard Operating Procedures and other necessary implementing documents shall be forwarded to the Emergency Management Director as they occur.  At a minimum this Annex will be reviewed and updated every four (4) years.  The Emergency Management Director shall decide whether or not an updated portion should be reproduced and sent to all holders prior to the completion of the four-year review cycle.

VII.AUTHORITY AND REFERENCES

Authority for this Annex is contained in the Town/City of __________ Emergency Operations Plan; Title 28, Chapter 517 of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended; FEMA’s Guide for All-Hazard Emergency Planning (SLG 101); and such Executive Orders, Charter Provisions, Town/City Ordinances, or Special Acts as may be applicable.

ANNEX F-X

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