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Training & Products
These two web-based tutorials prepare emergency management planners to develop exercise objectives and scenario materials for operations-based exercises.
The goal of this tutorial is to train federal and contractor employees assigned as Controllers, Evaluators, and/or Controller/Evaluator in the standard basic techniques of exercise control and evaluation as outlined in the
151.1-3, Programmatic Elements Emergency Management Guide, Chapter 3, Exercises.
Produced by the EMI SIG Continuity of Operations Subcommittee (COOPSC), the
goal of this COOPSC newsletter is to provide COOP-related information to COOP personnel across the DOE Complex.
This PC-based program is an easy-to-use tool for persons developing Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration emergency exercises and drill packages. Request a copy on CD-ROM.
EBv8 is the next generation of the Exercise Builder software. It has been redesigned and developed using Microsoft's most current application development technology and allows for easy implementation of future improvements. You must be an EMI SIG member to receive a copy of EBv8. Request a copy.
This library is a collection of Emergency Management Program topics developed by the EMI SIG Training Subcommittee for use in preparing emergency management briefings, orientations, and training materials.
In 2009 and 2010, the EMI SIG Training Subcommittee prepared three templates that may be used to document position proficiency for individual Emergency Response Organization (ERO) members.
Updated in May 2012, this report documents the process used to gather information from the Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) complex and others and provides examples on how to use Lessons Learned with a variety of training approaches.
This appraisal tool presents five attributes of an effective meteorological program, as determined by the DMCC leadership. It is intended to be used as a tool for the self-appraisal process.
The purpose of this Guide is to provide DOE contractor organizations with information that can be used to better understand tabletop training programs. Tabletop training activities can be applied, individually or as a team, to any working group whose successful performance depends on the timely and appropriate interaction of all individuals involved in emergency response efforts.