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From page 109...
... TASK 5.1 WRITE THE PLAN Turning all the preparation into a viable evacuation plan is the next step in the emergency evacuation process. The recorded results of the planning process in all functional areas can be used in drafting an outline.
From page 110...
... Page 114 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan Tool 5.1 provides a Multijurisdictional Evacuation Coordination Template Outline. Much of the information required to fill in the pieces of the outline will have been developed in the databases and operational plans developed through the steps of this guide.
From page 111...
... Page 115 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan Tool 5.3, Sample MOU with Transit Agency as Convener, and Tool 5.4, Sample Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Metropolitan Planning Organization or Other Regional Entity as Convener, provide example language for such agreements that can be amended as appropriate to fit the agreed-upon governing or coordinating structure and operational agreements.
From page 112...
... Page 116 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan TOOL 5.1, MULTIJURISDICTION MULTIMODAL EVACUATION COORDINATION TEMPLATE OUTLINE PURPOSE: Provide the framework for organizing the information gathered in Steps 1 through 4 into a formal plan. DIRECTIONS: This document presents the template outline for a Multijurisdictional Evacuation Plan.
From page 113...
... Page 117 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan TOOL 5.2, MULTIJURISDICTION MULTIMODAL EVACUATION PLANNING CHECKLISTS PURPOSE: The purpose of this tool is to facilitate the internal review of a regional evacuation plan prior to outside agency review. DIRECTIONS: This checklist was modified and expanded from the single-jurisdiction template developed by King County, Washington.
From page 114...
... Page 118 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan TOOL 5.3, SAMPLE MOU WITH TRANSIT AGENCY AS CONVENER PURPOSE: Provide a starting point for dialog and negotiations for formalizing the plan in the event that a transportation or transit agency is the convener for the CAME. DIRECTIONS: Consider with your collaborative planning group whether this type of framework for jurisdictional coordination would be appropriate.
From page 115...
... Page 119 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan MUTUAL AID AGREEMENT The state of [name of state] authorizes the state and its political subdivisions to develop and enter into mutual aid agreements for reciprocal emergency aid in case of emergencies too extensive to be dealt with effectively unassisted.
From page 116...
... Page 120 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan JOINT EVACUATION EXERCISE [Local transit agency] and [local public safety agency]
From page 117...
... Page 121 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan AGREEMENT MODIFICATION PROCESS Modifications to this agreement may be presented at any time and shall be mutually agreed upon in writing after joint discussions involving both parties. This Agreement shall become effective when executed by both parties and shall remain in effect for a period of five (5)
From page 118...
... Page 122 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan TOOL 5.4, SAMPLE AGREEMENT WITH A METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION (MPO) AS CONVENER PURPOSE: Provide a starting point for dialog and negotiations for formalizing the plan in the event that an MPO or other regional agency is the convener.
From page 119...
... Page 123 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan ARTICLE 2 LIMITATIONS This agreement does not create a regional command structure, and it does not infringe on each jurisdiction's statutory authority to exercise command and control. ARTICLE 3 COORDINATION A major man-made or natural disaster that directly impacts multiple jurisdictions will require local governments to work closely together and with the State to share information, make decisions, implement protective actions, and deploy resources.
From page 120...
... Page 124 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan • Traffic evacuation measures will be preplanned and coordinated between local EOCs and the State EOC, and between local transportation departments and the [state] Department of Transportation.
From page 121...
... Page 125 Step 5 - Prepare, Review, and Approve Plan Signature Page We, the undersigned, confirm the concepts and commitments contained in this agreement. We will direct the participation of our jurisdictions and agencies in continued regional planning to implement the provisions of this agreement.

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