Description

Utilizing the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) as a guide, we work with our clients to develop an exercise or exercise program that addresses the priorities established by an organization’s leaders.

Based on specific needs, this program designs, develops, and delivers:

  • discussions
  • seminars
  • workshops
  • games
  • drills
  • table-top exercises
  • functional exercises
  • full-scale exercises

Topics

The following are all possible capabilities. Types of hazards or scenarios associated with exercises that subject matter experts have conducted/delivered.

  • Active Shooter Exercises
  • Intra-herd transmission of foot and mouth disease virus (FMDV)
  • Mass transit exercises
  • Points of dispensing (POD) exercises
  • Regional Interoperability communications exercises
  • Hurricane exercises
  • Severe weather exercises
  • School incident/shooter and hostage exercises
  • Airport exercises of all types
  • Catastrophic incident evacuation/re-entry exercises
  • Pandemic influenza exercises
  • IED/VBIED Exercises
  • Multi Agency Coordination Center Resource Management Exercises (MACC)
  • Mass casualty/Mass fatality exercises
  • Radiological response exercises
  • Strategic national stockpile exercises
  • Hazardous material response exercises
  • Critical infrastructure prevention/deterrence and business continuity exercises
  • Hospital and secondary medical facility exercises
  • Public utilities and electric (power) exercises
  • Smallpox exercises
  • Port Authority transportation response simulations and exercises
  • Military installation force protection/WMD exercises
  • Public Health Exercises involving contagious diseases

Audience

Agencies and organizations at the local, state, and federal levels.

Local:

  • Emergency Management
  • Health departments
  • Law enforcement
  • Schools
  • Hospitals
  • Mass Transit organizations
  • Public Health Agencies

Regional

  • Council of Governments (COG)
  • Public Health Regions
  • Public Health District
  • Hospital Regions
  • Trauma Service Areas (TSA)
  • Regional Flood Zones/Districts
  • Independent Schools Districts (ISD)
  • Mass Transit Organizations
  • Regional Communication Interoperability Organizations

State

  • State Level Public Health Divisions
  • State Level Emergency Management Divisions
  • State Public Utility Commissions
  • State Level Law Enforcement Divisions
  • State Wide Hospital Organizations
  • Mass Transit Organizations
  • State Railroad Commissions

Federal Agencies involved in or concerned with:

  • Public Health
  • Law Enforcement
  • Hospital Oversight
  • Emergency Management Response

Contact Information

Gary Meaney

Training Manager

Email: gary.meaney@teex.tamu.edu
Phone: (979) 324-6797

This class has and will extemely enhance my ability to exceed in my profession.

— Forensic Technician
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