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

Facilitating Effective Lean Events hosted by our partners at TEEX gave our people a clearer understanding of themselves, their relationships with others, and how that impacts their facilitation of group process. The workshop has improved our ability to facilitate more successful Lean Events at CCAD.

— Frances Rosarius, Chief of Lean Office, CCAD
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