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Integrated Preparedness Planning Workshop (IPPW)

Add to Calendar 2024-05-25 02:56:33 2024-05-25 02:56:33 Integrated Preparedness Planning Workshop (IPPW) The Integrated Preparedness Planning Workshop (IPPW) provides an interactive forum for Whole Community stakeholders to engage in updating the San Luis Valley Integrated Preparedness Plan. It coordinates preparedness activities to prevent duplication of effort and maximize resource utilization.The Integrated Preparedness Plan (IPP) is a 3-year plan that combines efforts across the Integrated Preparedness Cycle to prepare organizations for handling threats and hazards. It focuses on enhancing capabilities through planning, organizing, equipping, training, and exercise.POETE ModelPOETE stands for Planning, Organizing, Equipping, Training, and Exercising. Each jurisdiction will examine its own capabilities by these five elements:• Plan- Identify Planning Elementso Discuss what plans, policies, and procedures will be reviewed, updated, or written in the next three years, and which plans may need to be exercised• Organize- Identify Organizational Structure Elementso Discuss jurisdictional/organizational structure changes or needs for the next three years (Staff turnover, budget, grants, training needs due to attrition, etc.)• Equipment- Identify Equipment Elementso Discuss equipment changes and needs in the next three years (budget and training considerations)• Training- Identify Training Opportunitieso Discuss what training will be needed in the next three years to fulfill requirements and close gaps• Exercise- Identify Potential Exerciseso Identify exercises needed for the upcoming three yearso Discuss what plans need validation, what goal or intended outcomes are desired 1301 West Avenue (Highway 285) Alamosa, CO 81101 SLV Emergency no-reply@co.colorado.gov America/Denver public

The Integrated Preparedness Planning Workshop (IPPW) provides an interactive forum for Whole Community stakeholders to engage in updating the San Luis Valley Integrated Preparedness Plan. It coordinates preparedness activities to prevent duplication of effort and maximize resource utilization.

The Integrated Preparedness Plan (IPP) is a 3-year plan that combines efforts across the Integrated Preparedness Cycle to prepare organizations for handling threats and hazards. It focuses on enhancing capabilities through planning, organizing, equipping, training, and exercise.

POETE Model
POETE stands for Planning, Organizing, Equipping, Training, and Exercising. Each jurisdiction will examine its own capabilities by these five elements:


Plan- Identify Planning Elements
o Discuss what plans, policies, and procedures will be reviewed, updated, or written in the next three years, and which plans may need to be exercised

Organize- Identify Organizational Structure Elements
o Discuss jurisdictional/organizational structure changes or needs for the next three years (Staff turnover, budget, grants, training needs due to attrition, etc.)

Equipment- Identify Equipment Elements
o Discuss equipment changes and needs in the next three years (budget and training considerations)

Training- Identify Training Opportunities
o Discuss what training will be needed in the next three years to fulfill requirements and close gaps

Exercise- Identify Potential Exercises
o Identify exercises needed for the upcoming three years
o Discuss what plans need validation, what goal or intended outcomes are desired