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Nature and Degree of Hazards/Threats 95 Table 7. Stakeholder roles in varying incidents. Agency Type Incident Type Federal SEMA Other State/Local State Transportation Public Safety EMA, etc. Agencies/Local Transportation Planned Event Not generally Not generally Not generally If transportation system Generally traffic impacted management and security Minor Incident Not generally Not generally Not generally As needed in Generally Incident jurisdiction Commander Major Incident Not generally If regional impact If Authority-declared As needed in Generally Incident and GDE* emergency jurisdiction Commander HAZMAT If nuclear or other If regional impact HAZMAT mitigation, As needed in As needed in jurisdiction Incident federally controlled and GDE generally Incident jurisdiction waste Commander Natural Coordination/ Any GDE, Any GDE As needed in As needed in jurisdiction Disaster compensation (FEMA) generally Incident jurisdiction Commander Terrorist Coordination/ Any GDE, Any GDE As needed in As needed in jurisdiction Incident compensation generally Incident jurisdiction (DHS, TSA, USCG, Commander FBI, USACE) Catastrophic Coordination/ Any GDE Any GDE As needed in As needed in jurisdiction Incident compensation (DHS, jurisdiction TSA, USCG, FBI, USACE, USM), generally Incident Commander Key to acronyms not introduced previously: GDE = Governor-declared emergency USACE = United States Army Corps of Engineers USM = United States Military (multiple branches) List of Acronyms 4-Cs Of TIM: communication, cooperation, coordination, and consensus (in some places, commitment replaces consensus. Also, sometimes referred to as only three, omitting the last C, and some have even suggested five, adding compromise) 9/11 September 11, 2001 24/7 Continuous 24 hours per day, 7 days per week operation of some function, such as a TMC, generally for 365 days per year unless otherwise specified; non-full-time operations may be expressed similarly, such as 16/5 for weekday prime travel period AAR After-Action Report ATIS Advanced Traveler Information Systems AVL Automated Vehicle Location CAD Computer-Aided Dispatch CAP Corrective Action Plan CAPTA Costing Asset Protection (An All Hazards Guide for) Transportation Agencies CAPTool CAPTA (software) Tool CBRNE Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (threats) CCP Common Communications Plan CCTV Closed-Circuit Television CEMP Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (another name used for EOP) CEO Chief Executive Officer CI/KR Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources COG Continuity of Government ConOps Concept of Operation COOP Continuity of Operations Plan CTST Community/Corridor Traffic Safety Teams
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96 A Guide to Emergency Response Planning at State Transportation Agencies CPG Comprehensive Preparedness Guide DEM Department of Emergency Management DEP Department of Environmental Protection DIETT Disruption Impact Estimating Tool--Transportation DLE Department of Law Enforcement DOD Department of Defense (U.S.) DOI Department of the Interior DOT Department of Transportation DMS Dynamic (also called Changeable or Variable) Message Sign EAS Emergency Advisory System ECC Emergency Communications Centers, also called Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP) EDO Emergency Duty Officer EM Emergency Management EMA Emergency Management Agency EMAC Emergency Management Assistance Compact EMS Emergency Medical Services EOC Emergency Operations Center (may be state [SEOC] or regional/local [LEOC]) EOP Emergency Operations Plan EPA Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. and state) EPC Emergency Planning Coordinator EPZ Emergency Planning Zone ER Emergency Response ESF Emergency Support Function ETO Emergency Transportation Operations FAH Federal Aid Highway FBI Federal Bureau of Investigation FC Fusion Center FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency (of DHS) FIA Federal Insurance Administration FOG Field Operations Guide GDE Governor-Declared Emergency HAR Highway Advisory Radio HAZMAT Hazardous Materials HEIED Hand-Emplaced Improvised Explosive Device HS Homeland Security HSAS Homeland Security Advisory System HSEEP Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program HSOC Homeland Security Operations Center HSPD Homeland Security Presidential Directive IAP Incident Action Plan ID Identification (card or other) (I)CP (Incident) Command Post IC(S) Incident Command(er) (System) IRP Incident Response Patrol ISAC Information Sharing and Analysis Center ITS Intelligent Transportation Systems JFO Joint Field Office JIC Joint Information Center JIS Joint Information System
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Nature and Degree of Hazards/Threats 97 LEOP Local Emergency Operations Plan (county, region, etc.) LEPC Local Emergency Planning Committee LLIS Lessons Learned Information Sharing (DHS Web site) M&O Management and Operations (in this context, Operations and Mainte- nance are both included in the `O' here) MAC(S) Multiagency Coordination (System) (of NIMS) MOA Memorandum of Agreement MOT Maintenance of Traffic MOU/A Memorandum of Understanding/Agreement MUTCD Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices NEMA National Emergency Management Association NGO Nongovernmental Organization NIC National Integration Center (the Incident Management Systems Integra- tion Division of FEMA) NIMS National Incident Management System NIMSCAST NIMS Capability Assessment Support Tool NIPP National Infrastructure Protection Plan NOC National Operations Center (of the U.S. Department of Justice) NPG National Preparedness Guidelines NPS National Planning Scenarios NRF National Response Framework NRP National Response Plan (replaced by the NRF) NTIMC National Traffic Incident Management Coalition NUG National Unified Goal (for Traffic Incident Management) NWS National Weather Service O&M Operations and Maintenance PIO Public Information Officer PPE Personal Protective Equipment PSAP Public Safety Answering Point, also called Emergency Communication Center (ECC) QC Quick Clearance RRCC Regional Response Coordinating Center S&L State and Local (governments) SAFECOM Safe Communications (DHS program) SARS Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome SCIP Statewide Communications Interoperability Planning (DHS methodology) SCOTSEM Special Committee on Transportation Security and Emergency Manage- ment (of AASHTO) SEMA State Emergency Management Agency SEOP State(wide) Emergency Operations Plan SHRP II Strategic Highway Research Program, second generation SOG Standard Operating Guidelines SOP Standard Operating Procedure SSOM Subcommittee on Systems Operations and Management (of AASHTO) SSP Sector-Specific Plan or Safety Service Patrol STIX Southern Traffic Incident eXchange TCC Traffic Control Center TCL Target Capabilities List TCP Traffic Control Point TERET Transportation Emergency Response Effects Tracking TIM Traffic Incident Management TMC Transportation (or Traffic) Management Center