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TOWN/CITY, CONNECTICUT EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN

ANNEX F - SHELTER/MASS CARE

EFFECTIVE DATE

The status of supplies.

Condition of the facility and any problem areas.

As necessary, a request for specific types of support.

12.Maintains records of expended supplies.

13.Arranges for the return of evacuees to their homes or for transportation to temporary housing, if necessary.

14.When appropriate, terminates operations and closes the facility.

15.Cleans the facility and returns it to original condition.

16.Submits Shelter/Mass Care facility status reports to the Shelter/Mass Care Coordinator.  The report identifies the equipment and supplies that are needed to restock the facility and notes any other problems that will need to be resolved before the facility is used again.

Emergency Management Director:

1.Makes recommendations to the CEO on the number and locations of the Shelter/Mass Care facilities to be opened.

2.Coordinates with the PIO to facilitate dissemination of information to the public on both the location of the Shelter/Mass Care facilities that will be opened and directions to them.

3.Coordinates with the Shelter/Mass Care Coordinator to activate ____________’s Shelter/Mass Care facilities.

The American Red Cross (Local), if appropriate, provides personnel to manage and staff Shelter/Mass Care facilities.

The Salvation Army (Local), if appropriate, provides personnel to manage and staff Shelter/Mass Care facilities.

Non-Profit Public Service Organizations, if appropriate, provide personnel to manage and staff Shelter/Mass Care facilities.

Superintendent of Schools:

1.If appropriate, provides personnel to manage and staff Shelter/Mass Care facilities.

2.Shelters students in school building when the situation warrants or when directed to do so by the appropriate authority.

Police Department:

1.Provides security at Shelter/Mass Care facilities.

2.Provides traffic control during evacuee movement to Shelter/Mass Care facilities.

3.Maintains order in Shelter/Mass Care facilities.

4.If necessary, provides an alternative communications link between the Shelter/Mass Care facility and the EOC through a mobile radio unit in police vehicles.

ANNEX F-X

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