The MFR program plans for emergencies in its facilities.
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The MFR program maintains an emergency response plan that addresses its immediate response to emergencies affecting its facilities and includes procedures for:
Interpretation MIL-ASE 3.01 applies to the MFR program's immediate response to emergency situations affecting its facilities and is distinct from the MFR program's responsibility to manage and oversee an Emergency Family Assistance response in the event of an all hazards incident.
Interpretation For MFR programs that serve children and youth without a parent or legal guardian present, communicating with customers includes reviewing the emergency response plan with children and youth prior to the start of an activity or event. This does not include when the MFR program only serves children and youth through its Family Advocacy Program (MIL-FAP) or non-medical individual and family counseling (MIL-NMC) program
Interpretation Regarding element (b), examples of training methods include classroom-based learning, self-paced training, and practice drills.
The MFR program maintains:
The MFR program ensures fire drills are held at least annually and documentation of the drills is maintained on site.