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Emergency Plan Template (Red Binder)


The Ventura County Public Health Emergency Preparedness Office (EPO) and the Ventura County Health Care Coalition (VCHCC) have collaborated with subject matter experts to consolidate the latest disaster preparedness, response, and recovery information available in an easy to use emergency plan template.

The purpose of this template is to assist in making the process of emergency planning routine; it should help planners – at all levels – in their efforts to develop and maintain a viable, all-hazards emergency plan. All members of a community share a critical role in taking appropriate actions to protect themselves, their families, patients, residents, staff, and properties. Planning that engages the whole community serves as a focal point for building a resilient community.

We truly hope that you find this template useful in the development of your emergency plan and preparedness efforts!

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Disaster Prep. Binder Contents 2017 FINAL Page 01  EMS Binder Tab Labels 02.09.17

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Planning for Outages

Post Thomas Fire, Southern California Edison (SCE) implemented their plan for Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) - a practice that SCE may use to preemptively shut off power in high risk areas to reduce fire risk during extreme and potentially dangerous weather conditions. View SCE's wildfire safety or PSPS webpage for more detailed information and brochures. 

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Planning for Power Outages: A Guide for Hospitals & Healthcare Facilities


Public Safety Power Shutoff Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


ASPR Tracie Resources

General Overview of Health Care Coalitions

Hospitals and Healthcare Coalitions

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