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Exercise Player Briefing Template P A R T I I
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Check-in and Introduction Sign-in to Transportation Emergency Response Application (TERA) TERA Orientation Exercise Conduct Hotwash and Feedback
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Transportation Research Board Airport Cooperative Research Program FAA-funded program FAR Part 139.325 preparedness This exercise addresses one of 9 required scenarios. The exercise is facilitated through TERA
Apply NIMS/ICS response protocols in airport emergency situations Determine the correct degree of response, at the correct time, during an emergency Differentiate important from unimportant information during a crisis Determine short-term and long-term recovery and restoration needs for the airport State how incoming and outgoing information should flow during a crisis Define the roles and duties of the personnel around them Describe the actions that promote effective planning during an emergency
Players Airport EOC Controllers/Facilitators Monitor and adjust simulation Facilitate discussions as needed Evaluators Evaluate process and procedure Observers
The exercise will be conducted in a no-fault learning environment wherein systems and processes, not individuals, will be evaluated. The scenario is realistic and plausible, and contains sufficient detail for context. Exercise play will run with no planned breaks. There are no hidden agendas.
Some artificiality is necessary to facilitate an exercise environment. Donât fight the scenario. These are broadly developed scenarios and therefore may require some local adjustment. Real-world emergencies take priority over exercise activities. âREAL-WORLD EMERGENCYâ is the designated phrase that indicates there is a real emergency.
Exercise communication and coordination are limited to this venue only. Communications: Email, radio, and phone facilitated through TERA Includes non-participants Log all personal communications TERA Time
No unauthorized persons in play areas Weapons carried only by those authorized to do so Safety Controller âReal-World Emergencyâ
Conduct operations as you normally would, given the exercise environment Reference plans, policies, and procedures There may be limitations This is also a learning opportunity â so ask questions if needed
TERA is a web-based, interactive, multi- media exercise facilitation platform. TERA is NOT an incident management platform. TERA facilitates communication with players and non-players. Tracking of situation status and resources should be performed as normal.
Return all issued supplies and equipment Participate in the hotwash Complete and submit your Participant Feedback Form Provide copies of all logs, notes, and other documentation to evaluators
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