Emergency Operations Center
Emergency Operations Centers (EOCs) and Emergency Coordination Centers (ECCs) are essential facilities that provide a space for decision makers to communicate, stay organized, and coordinate response and recovery activities. The EOC Training Sub-Committee is a sub-committee of the Emergency Managers Work Group (REMTEC). It works to ensure that key personnel throughout the region are trained on the essential functions of EOCs/ECCs.
During 2018, the REMTEC EOC Training Subcommittee worked together to:
Complete development of EOC Operations and Planning Section courses. Delivered pilot courses for both in March.
Sought regional alignment to the newly created FEMA EOC National Qualification System.
Began process to update subcommittee’s SOP.
Total Course Offerings: 75
Contact Hours: 10,700
Courses Open to Region: 25%
Total Exercises: 13
Total Exercise Hours: 4,600
The RDPO Calendar includes courses that are a considered part of the core curriculum for EOC / ECC staff, as well as courses and exercises that participating jurisdictions have opened up for registration regionally. These trainings are for emergency preparedness professionals in the region. To submit an event, send details to RDPO@portlandoregon.gov.
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
Download our SOP, including training curriculum, and member roster.