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About Internal Preparedness
City Staff at EOC training
The preservation of life and property is an inherent responsibility of local, state, and federal government. In order to prepare for, mitigate, and strengthen response and recovery capabilities, the city has the following plans and procedures in place:
Disaster Service Workers
All City employees are Disaster Service Workers and have received training in the
Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS)
a California requirement, and the
National Incident Management System (NIMS)
, a Federal requirement, so that we can communicate using the same language as Police and Fire. Our recreation staff is trained in shelter management to support the Red Cross if a shelter is needed. Periodic training sessions and tabletop exercises are conducted to practice for conditions in the Emergency Operations Center.
The City's Public Information Officer carries a flashdrive with documents that contain emergency information, contact lists prepared press releases, maps and safety messages in order to communicate quickly with residents during an incident.
gency Operations Plan (EOP)
The City of Chino Hills has prepared the EOP to ensure the most effective and economical allocation of resources for the maximum benefit and protection of the community in time of emergency. It
addresses the City of Chino Hills’ planned response to extraordinary emergency situations associated with natural disasters, technological incidents, and national security emergencies. Normal day-to-day emergencies are handled by the Fire and/or Police Department. The operational concepts reflected in this plan focus on the potential large-scale disasters that can generate unique situations requiring unusual emergency response.
The City's Emergency Operations Plan can be viewed at the following link.
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Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
To support first responders, (Fire and/or Police), the city has a primary and alternate emergency operations center. Both are equipped and ready to be activated when needed.
The city has stored emergency supplies that would help support city staff who would need to respond during an emergency including items such as Meals Ready to Eat (MRE's), water, flashlights, and heavy gloves etc. We also have a supply of cots and blankets as well.
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