CADRE Community Workday

CADRE Community Workday: A Collaborative Disaster Preparedness Training and Exercise for CBOs and Government Responders

Date:    Wednesday, May 10th, 2017

Time:    9am to 1pm

Location: American Red Cross

2731 North First Street, San Jose CA 95134

 

CADRE Workday Overview

The intent of the workday is to strengthen CADRE response in a disaster, particularly within four functional areas:

  • Access and Functional Needs (AFN)
  • Food Sourcing and Distribution
  • Donations Management
  • Case Management

The workday is envisioned as a half-day event to be held in late spring of 2017. All members of the CADRE network will be invited, as well as all county and city emergency managers in Santa Clara County. This event will focus on training, evaluating and testing of newly-developed coordination frameworks for the four functional areas named above.

Workday Objectives

  1. To help participants better understand how the function coordination teams assist government in the event of a disaster
  2. To assess and test the function coordination framework concepts, tools and procedures
  3. To identify errors, gaps and unresolved issues in function coordination frameworks

Workday Components

The workday will be comprised of the following components:

  • Orientation to government operations and procedures, CADRE activation procedures, and the function coordination frameworks
  • A working session within the function teams to assess their respective function coordination frameworks
  • Tabletop exercise designed to test the function coordination frameworks
  • An option for simultaneous sessions related to CADRE interests and needs

Tabletop Exercise Overview

The exercise will include the following components:

  • An orientation to the exercise
  • Function team sessions
  • Report-out to the whole group

 

 

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This publication is supported by Award No. 2010-0006, awarded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Grants and Training ( G&T). The opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Homeland Security.