All Hazards

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All Hazards Committee

In times of emergency, Federal Executives have a responsibility to safeguard their employees and keep mission critical operations functioning as normally as possible. The All Hazards Emergency Management and Readiness Committee is an entity established to promote the development of Continuity of Operation Planning (COOP) and enhance overall emergency preparedness for a wide range of potential emergencies, whether natural or man-made. This Committee is comprised of Federal, State, and local agency representatives.

Committee Members

Adan Matos - Federal Aviation Administration

Alana Ragoonan – South Florida FEB

Benjamin Milne - U.S. Coast Guard

Darrell Wieland - U.S. Coast Guard

Dawn Pebula U.S. Coast Guard

Eddie Alvarez - U. S Customs and Border Protection

Farrell Martin - FEMA

Fred Deno - U.S Postal Service

James Latham - Transportation Security Administration

Jorge Munoz - VA Miami

Jose Puig- U.S. Postal Service

Marcos Andujar - U.S. Coast Guard

Mark Blankenship - NOAA

Marla Mann - U.S. Army Garrison

Michael Marquez - Transportation Security Administration

Richard Nehls - NAS Key West

Robert Avery - U.S. Air Force

Sharon Squadrito – South Florida FEB

Tonika Johnson - Federal Aviation Administration


All Hazards - Committee Documents

This section contains agendas, minutes, presentations, and event information.

SFFEB and FEMA/Region IV
GAO Emergency Preparedness July 2011


FEMA Form 75-5











All Hazards Committee - Regulations & Guidance


The links below provide explanation on the guidances and regulations which support FEB policies.

Emergency Declaration for H1N1Handbook on Leave for Emergencies

Program Workplace for Influenza Pandemic
Telework- A Critical Toolfor Ensuring Continuity of Operations Website for Information and On-line Training External Link COOP - World Health Organization information on H1N1 Flu - OPM Resources for agencies Website References for Pandemic Influenza. Preparing for Pandemic Influenza

A quick guide from OPM on preparing for the Human Capital issues surrounding Pandemic Influenza. Contains the President’s National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza One-stop access to U.S. Government avian and pandemic flu information to help in mitigation planning for the pandemic. Managed by the Department of Health and Human Services U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) supports pandemic influenza activities in the areas of surveillance (detection), vaccine development and production, strategic stockpiling of antiviral medications, research, and risk communications. HHS is also the managing sponsor of, the official U.S. government Web site for information on pandemic flu and avian influenza. of Personnel Management (OPM) website concerning policies on leave, pay, hiring, alternative work arrangements and other critical human capital issues in relation to pandemic influenza.
Provides information on Continuity of Operations (COOP) planning
Provides additional Tabletop Exercise information and videos analysis of stockpiling drugs for influenza pandemic from the CDC




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