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Completed Projects

These are some of the projects APC has completed to date. Select a project for additional information.

Orlando/Orange UASI - THIRA/SPR

In the summer/fall of 2018, APC in consultation with the Orlando/Orange UASI developed the Orlando/Orange UASI THIRA/SPR. The THIRA assists jurisdictions in the analysis of threats and hazards of concern for each community that present the greatest challenge for the 32 core capabilities.

Orlando International Airport Emergency Operations Center Plan

During the summer of 2018, APC in consultation with the Orlando International Airport and RLKing Training developed the Airport Emergency Operations Center (Airport EOC) Plan. This Plan provides the management structure, key responsibilities, coordination activities, emergency assignments, and general procedures to follow during an incident of sufficient magnitude to necessitate activation of the Airport EOC.

SWFLEPC Full-Scale Hazardous Materials Exercise

On June 28 of 2018, APC in consultation with the Southwest Florida Local Emergency Planning Committee executed a hazardous materials Full-Scale Exercise to test current plans and protocols. 

Orange County Public Schools - Active Assailant Training Video

In the spring of 2018, APC in consultation with the Orange County Public Schools developed an active assailant training video based on newly adopted emergency procedures and standard response protocols

Osceola County Strategic National Stockpile Exercise - Stockpile of the Sick and Contagious 2.0

On June 12, 2018, APC in consultation with the Florida Department of Health in Osceola County executed a Strategic National Stockpile Full-Scale Exercise to test current plans and protocols regarding the coordination and distribution of prophylaxis to critical facilities. 

Martin County Health Department - Logistics 2018

In May of 2018, APC provided logistics services to the Florida Department of Health in Martin County. Logistics activities included:

  • Provided logistical support through the development of a physical inventory of goods at the DOH warehouse and storage facilities.

  • The final inventory was inputted into a detailed spreadsheet as approved by the DOH in Martin County.

Miami-Dade County THIRA/HAZUS

From September 2017 until April 2018 APC worked in consultation with Miami-Dade County Emergency Management to conduct detailed hazard modeling/analysis of 8 selected hazard scenarios.

FDOH - Seminole County Continuity of Operations (COOP) Tabletop Exercise

On December 18, 2017, APC in consultation with the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County executed a Continuity of Operations (COOP) Tabletop Exercise to test current plans, procedures and protocols regarding response to a catastrophic hurricane.

Orange County Public Schools - Annual District TTX

On July 26, 2017, APC in consultation with Orange County Public Schools executed the Annual District Tabletop Exercise to test current plans, procedures and protocols regarding response to various campus/facility threats.

Orange County Public Schools - Online Exercises/Presentations

In July of 2017, APC in consultation with the Orange County Public Schools developed a series of tabletop exercises and online training courses to provide school administrators with a school safety learning platform.

Martin County Health Department - Logistics

In May of 2017, APC provided logistics services to the Florida Department of Health in Martin County. Logistics activities included:
  • Provided logistical support through the development of a physical inventory of goods at the DOH warehouse and storage facilities.

  • The final inventory was inputted into a detailed spreadsheet as approved by the DOH in Martin County.

Miami-Dade 2017 EOC Hurricane Functional Exercise

In May of 2017, APC served as Controllers/Evaluators for Blue Skies Professional Services to conduct an EOC Functional Hurricane Exercise that primarily focused on the following capabilities

Osceola County Strategic National Stockpile Exercise - Stockpile of the Sick and Contagious

On May 19, 2017, APC in consultation with the Florida Department of Health in Osceola County executed a Strategic National Stockpile Full-Scale Exercise to test current plans and protocols regarding the coordination and distribution of prophylaxis to critical facilities.

Southwest Florida Local Emergency Planning Committee - Rural HazMat Response SOPs/SOGs

From March 2017 until September 2017 APC worked in consultation with Southwest Florida LEPC members to develop rural HazMat response Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

From September 2016 until March 2017 APC and Blue Skies Professional Services worked in conjunction with Miami-Dade Office of Emergency Management to develop The Miami-Dade Online Training Campaign. This project consisted of developing high quality online, video, and classroom courses to train and educate volunteers, Miami-Dade County Disaster Assistance Employees, and stakeholders on processes to support disaster response and recovery activities that include the following topics/areas:

  • Points of Distribution

  • Employee Volunteer Staging Area

  • Evacuation Center Operations

  • Disaster Assistance Center

  • Damage Assessment

 

In July of 2016, APC served as Controllers/Evaluators for Blue Skies Professional Services to conduct a Tabletop Exercise to allow Martin Health System participants to test and implement the newly developed Hurricane Plan.

In August of 2016, APC served as Controllers/Evaluators for Blue Skies Professional Services to conduct a two-day Tabletop Exercise that primarily focused on Mass Care and Transportation resource allocation, tracking, and assignment during a hurricane event.

In July of 2016, APC in consultation with the City of Cocoa Fire Department executed a Tabletop Exercise to allow the City of Cocoa to discuss current preparedness, response and recovery protocols, plans, and procedures involving a hurricane event.

In June of 2016 APC in consultation with the Florida Department of Health in Osceola County executed a Special Needs Shelter Full-Scale Exercise to test current plans and protocols regarding the establishment, staffing, and equipping of emergency shelters for individuals with special and access/functional needs during a hurricane event.

In the spring of 2016, APC in consultation with Brevard County Emergency Management developed the Brevard County All-Hazards Preparedness Campaign. The project served as a public awareness campaign and introduced the “What Would You Do…?” concept through a variety of preparedness activities that included:

  • A campaign logo

  • Website language updates for each of the hazards

  • Handouts/fliers for each specified hazard

  • Development of a PowerPoint presentation and supporting materials

  • Development of appropriate social media graphics of the identified hazards

  • Creation of scripts and graphics for short videos

  • Development of the ‘Pathways to Preparedness’ 

In July of 2016, APC and RLKing Training in consultation with the Department of Health in Osceola County held a state mandated tabletop exercise aimed at educating and preparing staff about mosquito-born illnesses such as Zika.

In March of 2016 APC in consultation with the Department of Health in Osceola County executed a countywide Full-Scale Exercise to test current plans and protocols regarding an active shooter and contamination of the water system.

 

APC utilized over 250 volunteer victims and exercised a variety of functional areas. Examples of exercise agencies are below:

  • 5 DOH facilities

  • 3 primary water agencies

  • 5 local hospitals

  • 3 local dispatch centers

  • 3 LE and Fire agencies

During the fall of 2015 APC, in consultation with Monroe County Emergency Management (MCEM), established the Loss of Water Supply Response and Recovery Coordination Plan to effectively organize and direct actions during a prolonged water loss event.

 

Once finalized, staff executed a Functional Exercise to allow public safety agencies to test the newly developed plan.

In December of 2015 APC and RLKing Training, in consultation with Oscoela County, conducted a tornado Workshop/TTX that was broken up into 3 educational components:

 

  • National Weather Service Presentation: The Anatomy of Tornadoes and Upcoming Forecast

  • Osceola County Presentation: Tornado Timeline

  • Tabletop Exercise: Allowed Osceola County public safety agencies to discuss current response and recovery protocols, plans, and procedures regarding a tornado event

In July of 2015 APC was contacted to conduct a Commodity Flow Study for LEPC District IX. This study consisted of a placard survey of the highways and major roads on twelve corridors within the 6-county district.

The 2015 Mobex is a Full-Scale Exercise (FSE) that allowed Florida Taskforce 4 to implement the FL-TF4 Mobilization Plan in response to a tornado incident scenario involving a multi-story heavy masonry building search and rescue, surface water rescue, and MVA vehicle extraction.

 

APC staff was tasked with the creation of the scenario, aquisition and organization of resources, and evaluation of the exercise.

 

The exercise was a multi-agency collaboration which took place over a 2-day period in Lakeland, FL on October 6th and 7th.

In November of 2015 APC, in consultation with Volusia County, conducted a tabletop exercise for the City of Port Orange. This exercise allowed all agencies/departments of Port Orange to collaborate and coordinate to identify how the city would respond to a hurricane. 

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