Emergency Management Committee

KAMM Committees

We encourage KAMM members to participate in KAMM committees.  Committees will play a big role in 2017.  Plan to join committee members at the conference to build a strategy.

Participation in committees allows KAMM members to promote issues, challenges, and best practices that are important to them as well as an opportunity to network.  KAMM members should be recruited to assist in committee activities, develop ground rules, and delegate activities.  Ultimately, the committees will help develop and recommend policy to the KAMM Board.

Road to Forming Committees – What Topics Interest KAMM Members

On the 2015 KAMM Conference registration form, we asked attendees to rate mitigation topics by their top 5 interests.  Link to the Mitigation Topics Survey and Results from 2015 Conference Attendees.

 

Emergency Management Committee

To join the committee or for information, please contact Committee Leader Jason York.

Link to a map of Kentucky Emergency ManagersKY Emergency Managers Regional map.

 

Emergency Management Committee Mission Statement

 

Emergency Management Committee Goals

 

Resources

2016 Federal Interagency Operational Plans (FIOPs)

Protection Federal Interagency Operational Plan – 083016

Protection Federal Interagency Operational Plan – Updated on 8/30/16

FIOPs Overview – August 2016

Overview of 2016 Federal Interagency Operational Plans – August 2016

Protection Federal Interagency Operational Plan

Protection Federal Interagency Operational Plan (FIOP), First Edition

Response Federal Interagency Operational Plan

Response Federal Interagency Operational Plan (FIOP), Second Edition

Recovery Federal Interagency Operational Plan

Recovery Federal Interagency Operational Plan (FIOP), Second Edition

Mitigation Federal Interagency Operational Plan

Mitigation Federal Interagency Operational Plan (FIOP), Second Edition

 

Emergency Support Functions (ESF) 

As of July 8, 2016

The ESFs provide the structure for coordinating Federal inter agency support for a Federal response to an incident.  They are mechanisms for grouping functions most frequently used to provide Federal support to States and Federal-to-Federal support, both for declared disasters and emergencies under the Stafford Act and for non-Stafford Act incidents

  • Emergency Support Function Annexes  The ESFs provide the structure for coordinating Federal interagency support for a Federal response to an incident.  They are mechanisms for grouping functions most frequently used to provide Federal support to States and Federal-to-Federal support, both for declared disasters and emergencies under the Stafford Act and for non-Stafford Act incidents.  Last Updated: 09/13/2016
  • Financial Management Support Annex  The Financial Management Support Annex provides basic financial management guidance for all participants in National Response Framework activities.  This includes guidance for all departments and agencies providing assistance for incidents requiring a coordinated Federal response.  The financial management function is a component of Emergency Support Function (ESF) #5.  Last Updated: 07/08/2016
  • Emergency Support Function Annexes: Introduction  This section provides an overview of the Emergency Support Function (ESF) structure, common elements of each of the ESFs, and the basic content contained in each of the ESF Annexes.  Last Updated: 03/07/2012
  • Emergency Support Function 15: Standard Operating Procedures  Providing the public timely and accurate lifesaving information during major incidents remains our highest priority.  The Emergency Support Function (ESF) #15 Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) 2016 edition is our primary guiding document to coordinate outreach and ensure consistent public information through an integrated Federal incident communications system.  Last Updated: 01/04/2017

 

Response Federal Interagency Operational Plan

Link to the FIOP Information Sheet Response_2014 07 29

 

 

 

 

 

 

KAMM mailing address: KAMM, PO Box 1016, Frankfort, KY 40602-1016.

Have questions, contact us at help@kymitigation.org.  Don’t forget to join the KAMM group on LinkedIn.