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LCOE Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)
The Lake County Office of Education's model Emergency Operations Plan is a comprehensive reference, updated to reflect the broader range of hazards and threats that school campuses must now be prepared to face. The Model Plan was developed by the Lake County Office of Education as a tool to assist in the planning and implementation of effective school emergency preparedness programs.
The Model Emergency Management Plan provides a framework for protecting students, staff and school facilities and describes the roles and responsibilities of staff members in a variety of emergency situations. Schools are encouraged to download the Model Plan and adapt it for individual site needs. Please click on the "Documents" link located on the left column (under Emergency Opertions).
The Model Emergency Management Plan is organized into four main sections that conform to the four phases used by the U.S. Department of Education Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools to describe preventing, planning for, responding to and recovering from emergencies:
Includes details on conducting a school hazards assessment, visitor screening policy and violence prevention strategies.
Explains the Incident Command System and how to activate an Emergency Operations Center. Communications for dealing with rumors, parents and the media, and implementing drills and tabletop exercises are also covered.
Describes the common emergency actions and alert level procedures that may be implemented in various situations. There are emergency scenarios, with checklists of steps to be taken by the school administrator and staff, also included.
Describes what government assistance is available, the effects of post trauatic stress on students and staff, how to document outcomes and long-term follow-up and evaluation.
Please contact Robert Young, Emergency Services Coordinator, for more information and questions about the plan.
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Media Guide to assist LCOE employees in the development news articles and other documents, and instructions for program website administrators to maintain LCOE website program pages.