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Emergency Operation Centers (EOC)

Providing "Private Sector" representation in city/county Emergency Operation Centers, EOCs, is  a major goal, identified in CPAC's by-laws.  By facilitating and providing private sector desk staffing, CPAC fosters open communication between the public and private sectors during local or regional emergencies that require EOC activation.

CPAC members wishing to serve in an EOC must be certified to have completed specific training, as designated by CPAC and the EOCs in which the the CPAC member will serve.

Current CPAC members interested in serving in an EOC should contact the EOC coordinator responsible for the specific EOC in which the member is interested.  Please consider that since regional events may affect the organization for which you work, the most appropriate EOC to which you may apply, may not be in your city or county.

EOC Coordinators:

EOC Coordinator EOC Private Sector Phone Numbers Info
Charlotte/Mecklenburg * Scott Dover Pvt Sector Desk: 704-432-4161Duke Power Desk: 704-432-4159Bell South Desk: 704-432-4160

 

Charlotte Police & Fire Academy,  Shopton Road
       

The following courses are REQUIRED for any CPAC member interested in working in a NC or SC Emergency Operations Center

IS 100 (ICS 100) Introduction to Incident Command System
IS-200 (ICS 200) ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
IS-275 (ICS 275) The EOC's Role in Community Preparedness, Response and Recovery Activities
   
The following courses are NOT REQUIRED to work in an EOC but hare strongly recommended.  They provide information on NIMS and NRP
IS-700 (ICS 700) National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
IS-800 (ICS 800) National Response Plan (NRP), An Introduction

Additional course are available through the FEMA Emergency Management Institute -  http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/nimsOther.asp

 

 

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