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Comprehensive Emergency
Management Plan (CEMP)

The Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) is an operation-orientated document authorized by Chapter 252, Florida Statues.  The CEMP establishes the framework to ensure that St. Johns County and its Municipalities will be adequately prepared to deal with all hazards threatening the lives and property of St. Johns County citizens.  The CEMP outlines the roles, responsibilities and coordination mechanisms of local county and municipal governments, state and federal agencies and volunteer organizations in a disaster.  The CEMP also coordinates response and recovery activities with voluntary organizations active in disasters and the business community.  The plan unifies the efforts of these groups under the National Incident Management System and Emergency Support Function (ESF) format with a designated lead agency for a comprehensive approach to mitigation, planning, response and recovery from identified hazards.

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Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan

  1. Introduction
  2. Basic Plan
  3. Recovery
  4. Mitigation

Emergency Support Functions (ESFs)

Appendices

  1. Organizational Charts
  2. Impact Assessment
  3. Damage Assessment
  4. Emergency Operations Center (EOC) SOP
  5. Training Program
  6. Health Care Facilities
  7. Hazards Expected
  8. Hurricane Landfall
  9. History of Declared / Non-Declared Disasters
  10. EOC Message Flow
  11. Host Sheltering Plan / St. Johns County
  12. Sheltering
  13. Logistics and POD Strategy
  14. Sample Declaration of a Local State of Emergency
  15. Sample Media Releases
  16. St. Johns County Maps
  17. Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement
  18. St. Johns County Call Out List
  19. Emergency Alert and Notification System
  20. Debris Management
  21. County Ordinance No. 94-25 and No. 2000-38
  22. Evacuation Plan
  23. Temporary Housing Plan