The MFR program uses available resources effectively and efficiently to meet the immediate needs of customers following an all-hazards incident.
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When the MFR program establishes an EFAC, an EFAC coordinator oversees operations of the EFAC.
Upon activation of the EFA plan, the MFR program:
Interpretation Examples of factors to consider during the needs assessment include the type, magnitude and intensity of the incident; spread of onset; duration; the number of people affected; available resources; and the supports being provided by other organizations or institutions.
Interpretation The frequency of re-assessments will vary given the type of incident and its duration. Examples of additional resources include staff, equipment, or supplies including food, water, and shelter.
A volunteer manager is responsible for effective, streamlined volunteer coordination including:
Roles and responsibilities of individuals supporting the EFA response are clearly defined and communicated.
The MFR program establishes shift rotations to ensure:
Documentation is protected from unauthorized use, accurate, and formalized to capture:
The MFR program supports emergency preparation for staff by: