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  • MultiyearTrainingandExercisePlanState of Louisiana

    i State of Louisiana Multiyear Training and Exercise Plan

    For Official Use Only

    2012-2013

    January 1, 2012

    State of Louisiana

    MULTIYEAR TRAINING AND EXERCISE PLAN

  • MultiyearTrainingandExercisePlanState of Louisiana

    20122013

    i State of Louisiana Multiyear Training and Exercise Plan

    For Official Use Only

    Photos reproduced on cover were downloaded from U.S. Coast Guard Visual Information Gallery located at: http://cgvi.uscg.mil/media/main.php. Credits (from upper left traveling clockwise) are:

    Marsh washer at Venice, LA Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer Second Class Timothy Tamargo

    Deepwater Horizon oil spill responders work on cleanup operations along the southern Louisiana coastline and marshes Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer Second Class Timothy Tamargo

    Situation Status Map West showing booming locations as of May 2, 2010, Robert, LA provided by Unified Command; owner PA3 Erik Swanson

    Deepwater Horizon rig fire Coast Guard photo Oil slick Coast Guard photo Marsh grass experiment, Venice, LA Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer Second Class

    Timothy Tamargo Bringing subsurface oil surveillance equipment aboard the NOAA fisheries survey ship PISCES,

    Grand Isle, LA Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer Second Class Etta Smith

  • MultiyearTrainingandExercisePlanState of Louisiana

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    ii State of Louisiana Preface Multiyear Training and Exercise Plan

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    Preface

    The State of Louisiana has made great strides in increasing the safety of its citizens, key infrastructure, and economy from foreign and domestic terrorism. As recent events have shown, there is a need to focus efforts on an all-hazards approach for emergency preparedness and response. Louisianas critical infrastructure, geographic location, and national, social, and economic assets not only make it a vulnerable target but increases the likelihood of an unplanned and significant incident.

    The State of Louisianain its efforts to prevent, protect from, respond to, and recover from incidents affecting homeland security, the State economy, and environmental resourceshas embraced a capabilities-based approach to training and exercising. In pursuing this approach, the State has identified a need to coordinate planning, training, and exercising to strengthen its overall defenses and capabilities. Training and exercises play a crucial role in this strategy and provide the State with a means of attaining, practicing, validating, and improving on new capabilities.

    The States training and exercise programs are administered by the Louisiana Governors Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP), with valued cooperation and contributions from nonprofit organizations, private industry, and Federal, State, and local government agencies. To achieve the States vision of a safe, secure, and sustainable Louisiana, stakeholders convened to update Louisianas Multiyear Training and Exercise Plan (MYTEP). Accomplishment of the broad goals and specific objectives outlined herein, as well as the continued commitment of all parties to the preparedness process, will better equip Louisiana to protect its citizens from all hazards. The training and exercise agenda laid out in this plan provides guidance and sets expectations for all State-level response agencies, as well as for any municipal response agencies that receive State homeland security funds. The agenda helps prepare the State to optimally address the natural and technical hazards it faces.

    The Louisiana MYTEP is the road map for Louisiana to accomplish the priorities described in the States Homeland Security Strategy. The State of Louisiana has pursued a coordinated homeland security strategy that combines enhanced planning, new equipment purchases, innovative training, and realistic exercises to strengthen the States emergency prevention and response capabilities. Training and exercises play a crucial role in this strategy, providing the State with a means of attaining, practicing, validating, and improving on all capabilities.

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    iii State of Louisiana Points of Contact Multiyear Training and Exercise Plan

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    Points of Contact (POCs) Louisiana State Administrative Agency (SAA):

    Lauren Stevens Preparedness Section Chief

    Louisiana GOHSEP 7667 Independence Boulevard Baton Rouge, LA 70806 225-925-7507 (office) 225-925-7501 (fax)

    lauren.stevens@la.gov Louisiana Exercise Branch:

    Arianne Deruis Exercise Officer Louisiana GOHSEP 7667 Independence Boulevard Baton Rouge, LA 70806 225-925-7704 (office) 225-925-7512 (fax) arianne.deruise@la.gov Pliny Auzenne Cody Guilbeaux Technical Hazards Exercise Officer/ Technical Hazards Exercise Specialist/ Radiological Program Manager ALERRT Program Louisiana GOHSEP Louisiana GOHSEP 7667 Independence Boulevard 7667 Independence Boulevard Baton Rouge, LA 70806 Baton Rouge, LA 70806 225-922-2478 (office) 225-358-0527 (office) pliny.auzenne@la.gov cody.guilbeaux@la.gov

    Louisiana Training Branch:

    Rachel Schlatre Khris Douglas Emergency Management Training Officer Training Officer Homeland Security Louisiana GOHSEP Louisiana GOHSEP 7667 Independence Boulevard 7667 Independence Boulevard Baton Rouge, LA 70806 Baton Rouge, LA 70806 225-925-1706 (office) 225-925-1999 (office) 225-925-7501 (fax) khris.douglas@la.gov rachel.schlatre@la.gov

    mailto:lauren.stevens@la.govmailto:pliny.auzenne@la.gov

  • MultiyearTrainingandExercisePlanState of Louisiana

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    iv State of Louisiana Points of Contact Multiyear Training and Exercise Plan

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    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region VI Exercise Manager:

    Dan Edmundson Regional Exercise Manager for Region VI DHS/FEMA, National Exercise Division 800 K Street, NW Washington, DC 20091 202-786-9592 (office) dan.edmundson@dhs.gov

    FEMA Region VI U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Regional Exercise Officer:

    Mark Glandon, MEP Regional Exercise Officer DHS/FEMA, Region VI 800 North Loop 288 Denton, TX 76209 940-898-5122 (office) 940-312-3632 (mobile) mark.glandon@dhs.gov

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    v State of Louisiana Table of Contents Multiyear Training and Exercise Plan

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    Table of Contents

    PREFACE ...................................................................................................................................... IIPOINTS OF CONTACT (POCS) ............................................................................................. IIIPURPOSE ..................................................................................................................................... 1EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ............................................................................................................ 2PROGRAM PRIORITIES ............................................................................................................ 3

    PRIORITY 1 COMMUNICATIONS ............................................................................................. 3PRIORITY 2 NATIONAL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND NATIONAL RESPONSE FRAMEWORK ........................................................................................................ 4PRIORITY 3 INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION SHARING ...................................................... 4PRIORITY 4 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND KEY RESOURCES ............................................ 4PRIORITY 5 MARITIME SAFETY AND SECURITY ..................................................................... 4PRIORITY 6 REGIONAL COLLABORATION .............................................................................. 5PRIORITY 7 URBAN SEARCH AND RESCUE (USAR) .............................................................. 5PRIORITY 8 AGRICULTURE SAFETY AND SECURITY ............................................................... 5PRIORITY 9 CYBER SAFETY AND SECURITY .......................................................................... 6PRIORITY 10 CITIZEN PREPAREDNESS ................................................................................... 6PRIORITY 11 PUBLIC HEALTH SAFETY AND RESPONSE ......................................................... 6PRIORITY 12 EVACUATION (PARISH-LEVEL PRIORITY ONLY) ................................................. 6

    MULTIYEAR TRAINING AND EXERCISE SCHEDULE ........................................................ 8APPENDIX A: NATIONAL PRIORITIES ................................................................................ 28APPENDIX B: TARGET CAPABILITIES ................................................................................ 29APPENDIX C: EXERCISE TYPES .......................................................................................... 31

    Discussion-Based Exercises .................................................................................................31SEMINARS ............................................................................................................................. 31WORKSHOPS ......................................................................................................................... 31TABLETOP EXERCISES ......................................................................................................... 32

    Operations-Based Exercises ................................................................................................

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