Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of BluePrint/SAFIRE
- 03/29/16 03:28:21 (6 years ago)
v27 v28 59 59 A person stranded on the roof with several other people, escaping from a flash flood, calls the Dispatch Services. The EOC deploys a Search & Rescue team with a boat to rescue the people to safety. The EOC dispatches a second team with warm clothing, food, and a vehicle to transport the victims to a temporary shelter. 60 60 61 === food poisoning === 62 A processed food item had been contaminated with a deadly substance. The Health department issues food safety a Public Warning requesting that anyone with the mentioned symptoms should visit the local hospital. The Health department issues a Restricted Alert to all Health Workers and Health Facilities with instructions on the specific procedures for responding to the crisis. Food Safety Authorities issue issue a Public Warning targetting Shop ownerst o remove the product from their shelves. Hotels and Restaurants are aware of the situation and will refrain from serving the product. 63 61 === utilities === 62 A telecom operator needs to manage their assets (telecom equipment, network, vehicles), engineering staff, and other suppliers. A forest fire destroys a far remote Base Transmission Station (BTS). Firefighters need the telecom services restored for their data feeds. A fire fighter reports the incidents to the telecom operator's hotline. The incident is reported with relevant situation information. The managers decide to dispatch an engineering team to further assess the damage. Based on the initial situation information, the managers derive the required response resource such as fuel, power generator, cleanup crew, antenna, and shelter for equipment. A message is multicast to all the resource suppliers. Those suppliers are dispatched and the logistics and project is managed until the situation is contained and telecoms are restored. 64 63 === Tropical Cylcone === 65 64 The First-Responders are dispatched to sweep the area to find any victims as well as assess the damage. The EOC collects the incident reports and begins compiling situation-information reports to plan the required response resource to restore immediate utilities and services. EOC coordinates the critical infrastructure restoration.