EDMG230 Mock Incident Response Plan:
PowerPoint Presentation and Incident Action Plan
Your assignment this week consists of two parts, a PowerPoint Presentation, and an Incident Action Plan:
First, you will be creating a PowerPoint presentation that gives you the opportunity to demonstrate your understanding of the material we have covered during the course.
Second, you will create an Incident Action Plan (IAP) by filling out ICS forms 201 206. This will be where you can use some of the information from your PowerPoint response plan to fill in many of the blanks of the IAP.
For this project, students will come up with a fictitious incident that has just occurred or expected to occur in your community. Basically, you are creating a response plan for a specific hazard or incident. In a PowerPoint presentation, you will develop a response plan for that incident. The PowerPoint presentation must contain a minimum of 10 slides not counting the title slide or reference slide.
This is a single incident of your choosing such as a terrorist incident, active shooter, natural disaster, etc. Our goal is for you to simulate an incident response and use your project as an opportunity to demonstrate what you have learned about the incident command process during the course.
Be sure to include Graphics in your slides so that they enhance or reinforce the text in the slides. These can be pictures, animation, etc. Graphics are worth 20% of your grade.
Title Slide (Slide 1): The Title slide must include the following:
Slide 2: Overview of the Incident to include the following:
Discuss the type of incident you are planning for and the problems, issues or concerns with the incident.
Slides 3 11 (or more if needed): Comprehensive Response Plan
Fully develop the five functional areas of command to include their roles and responsibilities in the incident
Set the priorities, objectives, strategies, and tactics (POST).
The Week 3 reading regarding All Hazard Incidents: Setting Objectives and Strategies will help with your Priorities, Objectives, Strategies, and Tactics.
Set Objectives Objectives should be (SMART): Specific, Measurable, Action-Oriented, Realistic and Time Sensitive
Identify Strategies to meet your objectives
Identify Tactics to achieve the strategies
Reference Slide (Last Slide): You should use a minimum of three sources to support your plan. These sources may include applicable federal, state, or local laws, as well as research or other sources relevant to your plan. The sources must be properly APA cited and referenced.
After completing the PowerPoint presentation, you will complete ICS Forms 201 206. This ill be your venture into creating the Incident Action Plan (IAP).
Incident Action Plan: Forms 201 – 206
ICS Forms 201 206: A completely developed and detailed Incident Action Plan (IAP) is required. This will require you to fill out forms 201 206. Basically, you have responded to the incident you always feared could happen but is one you have planned for in the PowerPoint presentation. After the initial response has occurred, it is obvious you will need to move to the first operational period. The forms should be for the first operational period. Be sure the forms are completely filled out. I have provided the forms in Word and PDF versions. You can use either one or you can mix them. You can also print the PDFs, fill them in by hand and then scan them all as one document. As long as I get all six forms, it does not matter how you do it. Your objectives from the PowerPoint should be useful for the forms.
Completely fill out the FEMA 502-2 ICS Forms 201 – 206 found below.
The following are Word documents:
The following are writable PDF documents:
EDMG230 Mock Incident Response Plan: