Training & Exercises
Real World Event After Action Template

This “Real-World” after-action report template is a modified Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program AAR template. This template was developed by the Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition for healthcare facilities (non-hospital) to use to evaluate the effectiveness of healthcare facility Plans that have been activated as a result of a real-world event (not an exercise). The template provides direction on what should be included within each section of the document.

The template has the following sections to address:
Real World Event Overview
Analysis of Plan Activation (includes a summary of Plan performance)
Strengths and Areas for Improvement
Improvement Plan Matrix (highlights issue areas and the corrective action to be taken) 

Any questions regarding this AAR template can be directed to Eric Anderson, Sr. Planner at 904-279-0880 or eanderson@nefrc.org

Healthcare Facility (non hospital) - After Action Report Improvement Plan Template   
(MS Word Template)
***FREE Training***
Nursing Home Incident Command System (NHICS)

Thursday, May 30, 2019 from 0900 - 1630 
Student Limit: 35 Students
 Flagler County Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
1769 E. Moody Blvd., Building #3
Bunnell, FL 32110

Registration Link:
 https://nursing-home-incident-command-system-nhics-5-30-19.eventbrite.com 

This is a 6-hour course that provides a working foundation of the NHICS concept. This class was developed to provide planning and response guidance to nursing homes and other long-term care facilities. It describes the nursing home incident command system, which can be used by facilities regardless of size or resident care capabilities, and is intended to assist with emergency planning and response efforts for all hazards.

The focus of the course is on organizing the nursing home team, implementing command and control measures, and decision making. The course is delivered to meet requirements from The Joint Commission. Training objectives include:

1) Reveal an increased awareness of the impact that the Incident Command System has on healthcare facilities

2) Describe the relationship of ICS, NIMS, and NHICS

3) Understand the need for nursing home planning and the use of a standardized incident management system

4) Understand the NHICS model and its integration into the current hospital organization

5) Prepare individual staff members for emergencies

***CEUs are available for Nursing Home Administrators who attend this course***

Questions, please contact: Eric Anderson, Coalition Coordinator
Email: eanderson@nefrc.org Office: (904) 279-0885 ext. 178

***Active Assailant Plan Development Workshops***

1.April 23rd, 2019 - 0830 to 1230
Orange Park Medical Center – Classroom #7, 2001 Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park, FL 32073
Registration link: https://active-assailant-plan-development-workshop-4-23-19.eventbrite.com 

2.May 31st, 2019 - 0830 to 1230
WJCT Building – Community Room, 100 Festival Park Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32002
Registration link: https://active-assailant-plan-development-workshop-5-31-19.eventbrite.com 

3.June 12th, 2019 - 0830 to 1230
St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center (EOC), 100 EOC Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32092
Registration link: https://active-assailant-plan-development-workshop-6-12-19.eventbrite.com 

  In this FREE 4-hour workshop, expect to experience a dynamic combination of learning, exchanging ideas and at the same time working through how to effectively plan for an active assailant for your organization. This facilitated workshop will walk you through the planning process and key elements to consider while putting together your plan. Feel free to bring your existing plan in a format that you may edit as we move through the workshop, otherwise an electronic Active Assailant Plans Template will be sent to you prior to the workshop that you may prefer to use. Please bring a laptop with files loaded to enable you to make dynamic changes during the session. We encourage you to bring floorplans if available to help us guide you if you wish. Some of the key elements to be explored will be:

Key Individuals and plans
Threat Management and Active Assailant Teams
Lockdown Procedures
First responder coordination
Communications
Recovery and Continuity of Operations
Rally/Assembly locations

At the end of the workshop you’ll be put in a position to accelerate your planning effort or update existing plans with confidence!

Questions, please contact: Eric Anderson, Coalition Coordinator 
Email: eanderson@nefrc.org Office: (904) 279-0885 ext. 178 

***COOP Plan Development Workshops***

*Two Class Options- Just pick the date you would like to attend*


Monday, June 3, 2019- 0830 to 1230 (Monday) or Tuesday, June 11, 2019- 0830 to 1230
WJCT Building; 100 Festival Park Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32002
Registration Link: http://coop-plan-development-workshop.eventbrite.com  

​Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP) are a necessary component of every organization’s readiness for emergencies and disasters that effect the organization’s ability to “stay in business” through and following an emergency or disaster; to continue serving their customer and meeting their customer’s needs. The COOP is the detailed oriented plan that documents the decision making, logistics and coordination that must occur to effectively be “back in business” at alternate locations.
The Healthcare Coalition’s Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) program is designed to support any Coalition member organization in the development or refinement of their COOP. Regardless of how mature your COOP is; this workshop and planning experience is for you. The COOP program is structured to provide you several planning tools and planning experiences.

1. COOP Planning Materials
    • the COOP program includes a COOP Plan Template that is aligned with national standards (CMS Emergency Rule and NFPA 1600 – Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity/Continuity of Operations Programs)
    • National Standard reference materials
    • Logistics checklists

2. COOP Planning Workshop
    • A free 4- hour workshop available to any Healthcare Coalition member
    • Workshop will provide an overview of the COOP template and reference materials
    • Specific “how to” prompts are provided throughout the template and discussed in the workshop
    • All workshop participants will receive COOP program materials on a USB memory device for their use

3. COOP Planning Technical Assistance
    • Workshop attendees will have access to COOP Planning Technical Assistance
    • Technical assistance by COOP planning specialists will be available on scheduled days              throughout the region.

Make plans now to attend one of the workshops. Register early; we anticipate these sessions will be very popular and seats will go fast.

Questions, please contact: Eric Anderson, Coalition Coordinator 
Email: eanderson@nefrc.org Office: (904) 279-0885 ext. 178