Survey Crosswalk – Regional MACC Plan Multi-Agency Coordination Center (MACC) Plan An organizational framework to support local jurisdictions efforts to coordinate resources and maintain situational awareness during an incident involving multiple jurisdictions. Step 1 of 5 20% Select the discipline that best defines your employer/background.*Emergency ManagementHomeland SecurityHealthcare/EMS/Medical ServicesPublic HealthLaw EnforcementFire Department/ServicesVOAD/Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)Private Sector/For-Profit BusinessSelect the title that best defines your role.*Director/ManagerLocal Planner/AnalystRegional Planner/AnalystRegional Plan Owner/Point of Contact Emergency Support Functions (ESFs)The 15 ESFs provide the structure for coordinating federal support services for Stafford Act declared disasters as well as local emergencies and non-Stafford Act Incidents.Please Select the PRIMARY ESF for this Regional Plan.* ESF 1: Transportation ESF 2: Communication ESF 3: Public Works and Engineering ESF 4: Firefighting ESF 5: Information and Planning ESF 6: Mass Care, Emergency Assistance, Temporary Housing, and Human Services ESF 7: Logistics ESF 8: Public Health & Medical Services ESF 9: Search and Rescue (SAR) ESF 10: Oil and Hazardous Materials Response ESF 11: Agriculture and Natural Resources Annex ESF 12: Energy ESF 13: Public Safety and Security ESF 14: Cross-Sector Business & Infrastructure ESF 15: External Affairs Recovery Support Functions (RSFs)The 6 RSFs provide the structure for coordinating recovery support services.Select the Recovery Support Functions related to this regional plan.* RSF 1: Economic Recovery RSF 2: Community Planning and Capacity Building RSF 3: Housing RSF 4: Health & Social Services RSF 5: Infrastructure Systems RSF 6: Natural & Cultural Resources No RSFs are applicable to this Regional Plan. CAPABILITIESThe federal capabilities listed on this page for review are split between 3 disciplines: Healthcare, Public Health, and Emergency Management.Health Care Preparedness and Response CapabilitiesThese 4 capabilities illustrate the range of preparedness and response activities for an ideal state of medical readiness which the Regional Healthcare Preparedness Coalition (RHPC) coordinates across this region.Select the Health Care Capability Related to this Regional Plan:* Select All 1. Foundation for Health Care and Medical Readiness 2. Health Care and Medical Response Coordination 3. Continuity of Health Care Service Delivery 4. Medical Surge No Health Care Capabilities are Applicable to this Regional Plan. Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) CapabilitiesThe Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Capabilities describe components necessary and standards for jurisdictions to assess, build, and sustain public health agency preparedness and response capacity by defining jurisdictional public health agency ESF #8 role while guiding program improvement initiatives to address preparedness and response planning gaps.Select the Public Health Capabilities that Apply to this Regional Plan:* Select All 1. Community Preparedness 2. Community Recovery 3. Emergency Operations Coordination 4. Emergency Public Information and Warning 5. Fatality Management 6. Information Sharing 7. Mass Care 8. Medical Countermeasures Dispensing and Administration 9. Medical Material Management and Distribution 10. Medical Surge 11. Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions 12. Public Health Laboratory Testing 13. Public Health Surveillance and Epidemiological Investigation 14. Responder Safety and Health 15. Volunteer Management No Public Health Capabilities are Applicable to this Regional Plan. Enter an alternate Email address:Terms and Conditions: I Agree. Core CapabilitiesThe 32 core capabilities established in the National Preparedness Goal includes the National Planning Framework and reference emergency preparedness to sustain efforts and close identified gaps through planning, organization, equipment, training, and exercises (POETE). Please Select the Core Capabilities that Apply to this Regional Plan:* 1. Planning (Mission: All) 2. Public Information and Warning (Mission: All) 3. Operational Coordination (Mission: All) 4. Forensics and Attribution (Mission: Prevention) 5. Intelligence and Information Sharing (Mission: Prevention, Protection) 6. Interdiction and Disruption (Mission: Prevention, Protection) 7. Screening, Search, & Detection (Mission: Prevention, Protection) 8. Access Control & Identity Verification (Mission: Protection) 9. Physical Protective Measures (Mission: Protection) 10. Cybersecurity (Mission: Protection) 11. Supply Chain Integrity and Security (Mission: Protection) 12. Risk Management for Protection Programs and Activities (Mission: Protection) 13. Risk and Disaster Resilience Assessment (Mission: Mitigation) 14. Community Resilience (Mission: Mitigation) 15. Long-Term Vulnerability Reduction (Mission: Mitigation) 16. Threats and Hazards Identification (Mission: Mitigation) 17. Environmental Response/Health & Safety (Mission: Response) 18. Critical Transportation (Mission: Response) 19. Situational Assessment (Mission: Response) 20. Fatality Management Services (Mission: Response) 21. Fire Management and Suppression (Mission: Response) 22. Infrastructure Systems (Mission: Recovery) 23. Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Mission: Response) 24. Mass Care Services (Mission: Response) 25. Mass Search and Rescue Operations (Mission: Response) 26. On-Scene Security, Protection, and Law Enforcement (Mission: Response) 27. Operational Communications (Mission: Response) 28. Public Health, Healthcare, and Emergency Medical Services (Mission: Response) 29. Health and Social Services (Mission: Recovery) 30. Economic Recovery (Mission: Recovery) 31. Natural and Cultural Resources (Mission: Recovery) 32. Housing (Mission: Recovery) Community LifelinesThe 7 Community Lifelines were developed as a framework for emergency management to identify root causes and interdependencies to prioritize response efforts for critical services in the community. Select the Community Lifeline most related to this regional plan.* 1. Safety & Security (Law Enforcement/Security, Fire Services, SAR) 2. Food, Water, & Shelter (Food, Water, Shelter, Agriculture) 3. Health & Medical (Medical Care & Supplies, Public Health, Patient Movement, Fatality Management) 4. Energy (power grid, fuel) 5. Communication (infrastructure, alert warnings & messages, 911 & dispatch) 6. Transportation (Highway, rail, mass transit, aviation, maritime) 7. Hazardous Material (HazMat, Pollutants, Contaminants, Facilities) COMMENTS/FEEDBACKIf you have any suggestions for Regional Plans or this Crosswalk Survey, then please provide them below:Enter an alternate Email address:Terms and Conditions: I Agree. Enter an alternate Email address:Terms and Conditions: I Agree. Enter an alternate Email address:Terms and Conditions: I Agree. Enter an alternate Email address:Terms and Conditions: I Agree.