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CRI Planning Resources

Contact the Bureau of Preparedness and Response

  •  850-245-4040
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    Mailing Address

    Florida Department of Health 

    4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin A23 

    Tallahassee, FL 32399 

As CRI counties transition from the Technical Assistance Review (TAR) to the Operational Readiness Review (ORR), resources will be updated to better reflect the needs of the new tool. In the meantime,  these resources will remain posted and available as they are relevant and useful for preparedness planning. The goal is to develop this page to provide resources for all  applicable PHEP (Public Health Emergency Preparedness) capabilities. Please stay tuned for updates!

TAR Documentation Examples—Thank you to CRI Counties for sharing the following examples of documents meeting review requirements.

Section 1: Developing a Plan with SNS Elements

1.2 Local SNS planning elements are updated annually based on deficiencies revealed during federal and/or state conducted SNS Technical Assistance Review and state/local training and exercises.
Record of Changes

1.4 The roles and responsibilities of local agencies and/or other organizations concerning SNS planning elements are documented.
Matrix Responsibilities
Roles and Responsibilities

Section 2: Management of SNS

2.2 Personnel have been identified at the local level to oversee the planning and management of listed functional areas and contact information is documented.
Contact List

2.4 Local jurisdiction conducts and documents call-down exercises of all personnel identified in item 2.2 at least quarterly.
Quarterly Call Down Tracking

2.5 SNS functions have been incorporated under the applicable functional area of the jurisdiction's Incident Command Structure and are documented.
POD 1 Command Structure

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