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Emergency Operations Center (EOC) 101
Aug 7 2013
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
City and County of San Francisco Emergency Operations Center
1011 Turk St
San Francisco, CA 94102
Emergency Operations Center (EOC) 101
Conducted by the Department of Emergency Management
August 7, 2013
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Registration begins at 8:00 am. Please anticipate approximately 20 minutes for parking/public transportation, as parking is not permitted at the EOC.
When an emergency or disaster exceeds the capabilities of local first responders, additional agencies are called on to assist in response and recovery efforts. The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is where multi-agency response coordination occurs in support of local incident management activities during and following an emergency, disaster or planned event.
This course is designed to give participants an overview of the San Francisco Emergency Operations Center (EOC). Centered on the core competencies of the EOC, this course will focus on the primary role and function of the San Francisco EOC during response and recovery operations.
All personnel who have an assignment in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) or a Department Operations Center (DOC).
IS-700 National Incident Management System (NIMS)
IS-800 National Response Framework (NRF)
ICS-100 Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS)
ICS-200 ICS for Single Resources & Initial Action Incidents
IS-701 NIMS Multiagency Coordination System (MACS)
IS-775 EOC Management & Operations
All of these courses are available online at the FEMA training website: http://training.fema.gov/IS/crslist.asp
Please also review the CCSF Emergency Response Plan (ERP) and ESF annexes, available online: http://www.sfdem.org/index.aspx?page=4
Course Length: 3.5 hours
All students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate from DEM.
Valid photo identification is required! Personal belongings such as bags/purses are subject to inspection at the discretion of Sheriff Deputies.
City & County of San Francisco Emergency Operations Center
1011 Turk Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
(Between Gough and Laguna)
Turk Street is one-way west-bound; Gough Street is one-way south-bound; Golden Gate Avenue is one-way east-bound; and Laguna Street is two-way, north-south. 1011 Turk Street is on the south side of the street in the middle of the block.
Please note: on-site parking is not available. Do not park in the back parking lot, or in the restricted area on Turk Street; these areas are reserved for building employees and you may be ticketed or towed. This applies to City vehicles and Fire and Law Enforcement vehicles as well as private vehicles. Due to the number of vehicle break-ins, street cleaning and time limit restrictions, it is strongly recommended that you use one of the nearby pay parking facilities. The closest garage is Opera Plaza Garage – the entrance is on Golden Gate Avenue between Van Ness Avenue and Franklin Street. The cost is $18 / day. There is also a small parking lot on Golden Gate Avenue between Gough and Franklin that is $9 / day.
1011 Turk Street is served by the following Muni lines:
- the 31 Balboa stop is one block north (Eddy / Laguna)
- the 5 Fulton stop is two blocks south and two and a half blocks east (McAllister / Van Ness)
- the 47 Van Ness stop is two and a half blocks east (Van Ness / Turk / Eddy)
- the 49 Van Ness – Mission stop is two and a half blocks east (Van Ness / Turk / Eddy)
- exit the train at the Embarcadero BART Station
- exit the station via the Market / Drumm exit (north side)
- locate the Muni bus stop at Market and Drumm (31 Balboa trolley bus)
- board the outbound (westbound) 31 Balboa ($2.00, exact change only)
- exit the trolley at Eddy and Laguna
- walk south one block on Laguna Street
- walk one-half block east on Turk to 1011 Turk Street.
Food will not be permitted in the EOC, only capped beverages will be allowed. Coffee/tea must be in sealed travel mugs, not in take-away (to-go) cups. Beverages in capped bottles are also allowed. The lunchroom on the first floor has vending machines available to purchase drinks and snacks. There are also a number of restaurants approximately 5-6 blocks away from the EOC, primarily on Van Ness Avenue, Fillmore Street and Hayes Street. You are welcome to bring food and eat in the lunchroom, however, refrigeration space will not be made available.