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ID
4-509-1475
Name
Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program Exercise Evaluator
Status
Published
Version
1.2
Updated
1/10/2022 1:28:43 PM
Original Release
11/01/2021
Last Major Release
 
Resource Category
Fire/Hazardous Materials
Primary Core Capability
Situational Assessment
Secondary Core Capability
 
Resource Kind
Personnel
Overall Function
Provides a written evaluation of a Radiological Emergency Program (REPP) exercise.
Single resource
In conjunction with a NIMS typed team
NIMS Typed Team
 
In conjunction with a NIMS typed unit
NIMS Typed Unit
 
Description Notes
Not Specified
Supporting Core Capabilities
None
Types
Type Description
Type 11. Serves as an Incident/Exercise Lead Evaluator 2. Leads and supervises a team of evaluators and data collectors, managing a comprehensive data collection and analysis effort 3. Builds data collection / evaluation plan to include the development of incident/exercise evaluation guides, integrates evaluation components within overall incident response or exercise plan, and trains evaluation team 4. Aggregates all evaluation data, compares it to set of performance objectives, and performs and reviews root-cause analyses 5. Facilitates incident/exercise hot washes and/or debriefs, eliciting feedback and input from all types of personnel 6. Serves as lead author for an after-action report and other required evaluation products that diplomatically convey complex, potentially politically sensitive issues
Type 21. Serves as an Incident/Exercise Evaluator 2. Observes and collects qualitative and quantitative information during an incident or exercise 3. Synthesizes collected data, evaluates observations against performance standards, and assesses activities and observations as strengths and/or areas for improvement 4. Performs root-cause analyses on assessed issues 5. Has one or more of these technical specializations: a. Emergency Operations Center / Command Post (EOC/CP) b. Dose Assessment c. Field Monitoring / Sampling Teams (FM/ST) d. Laboratory e. Medical Services / Monitoring f. Emergency Worker (EW) Decontamination / Monitoring g. Reception Center h. Public Information
Type 31. Serves as an Incident/Exercise Data Collector 2. Observes incident or exercise and takes detailed notes on actions to inform evaluation efforts 3. Evaluates core capabilities, as the REPP Manual describes, in an Emergency Operations Center setting
Components
Component Notes  
EducationNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Not Specified
Type 2Education for specialty area: Laboratory 1. Bachelor’s degree in Health Physics or related field
Type 3Not Specified
TrainingNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Same as Type 2, PLUS: 1. ICS-300: Intermediate Incident Command System for Expanding Incidents 2. ICS-400: Advanced Incident Command System for Command and General Staff – Complex Incidents
Type 2Same as Type 3, PLUS: 1. PER-905: Advanced Radiological Incident Operations, or equivalent 2. Completion of Specialty Area Training: EOC/CP 1. IS-130: How to be an Exercise Evaluator 2. IS-240: Leadership and Influence 3. IS-241: Decision Making and Problem Solving 4. IS-242: Effective Communication 5. IS-251: Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) for Alerting Administrators 6. IS-703: National Incident Management System Resource Management 7. IS-2200: Basic Emergency Operations Center Functions 8. E/G/L 0191: Emergency Operations Center/Incident Command System Interface 9. AWR-140: Introduction to Radiological Nuclear WMD Operations 10. E/L/K 0146: Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program Training Course OR Dose Assessment 11. Radiological Assessment System for Consequence Analysis (RASCAL) Training 12. FRMAC/CM Liaison Fundamentals LN-100 13. PER 316 Radiological Accident Assessment 14. FRMAC/CM Liaison Skills Laboratory LN-200 OR FM/ST 1. ORAU Air Sampling for Radioactive Materials 2. ORISE Environmental Monitoring OR Laboratory 1. ORAU Air Sampling for Radioactive Materials 2. ORISE Environmental Monitoring 3. ORISE Gamma Spectroscopy OR Medical Services/Monitoring 1. IS-5: An Introduction to Hazardous Materials 2. IS-405: Overview of Mass Care/Emergency Assistance 3. REACT/S Radiation Emergency Medicine 4. Training in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR Part 1910.120: Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, Operations Level OR EW Decontamination / Monitoring OR Reception Center OR Public Information 1. IS-29: Public Information Officer Awareness 2. IS-702: NIMS Public Information Systems 3. G-290: Public Information Officer - Basic, or Federal equivalent 4. G-291: JIS/CS for Tribal, State and local Public Information Officers, or Federal equivalent
Type 3Completion of the following: 1. IS-100: Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS-100 2. IS-120: An Introduction to Exercises 3. IS-200: Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response, ICS-200 4. IS-230: Fundamentals of Emergency Management 5. IS-235: Emergency Planning 6. IS-700: National Incident Management System, An Introduction 7. IS-800: National Response Framework, An Introduction 8. PER-314: REP Exercise Evaluator 9. AWR-317: REP Core Concepts 12 hour 10. AWR 352: REP Plan Core Concepts Course 11. MGT-445: REP Plan Review 24 hour 12. PER-904: Radiological Emergency Response Operations, or equivalent 13. AWR-923-W: Radiological Emergency Management
ExperienceNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities 1. Knowledge of exercise budget and planning software 2. Knowledge of how to submit requests for contractors Experience 1. Completion of ten evaluations as a Type 2 REPP Incident/Exercise Evaluator 2. Successful completion of the National Qualification System (NQS) Position Task Book (PTB) for the Type 1 REPP Incident/Exercise Evaluator, or equivalent Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) documentation
Type 2Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities 1. Knowledge of current evaluation software Experience 1. Experience serving as a Type 3 REPP Incident/Exercise Evaluator for three incidents or exercises 2. Successful completion of the PTB for the Type 2 REPP Incident/Exercise Evaluator, or equivalent AHJ documentation 3. Successful completion of experience in a specialty area: EOC/CP 1. Operational experience in an Emergency Operation Center or Incident/Forward Command Post OR Dose Assessment 1. Five years of experience as a Qualified Dose Assessor in licensee or State Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program, or in a related industry OR FM/ST 1. Three years of experience in a state, local, or licensee Health Physics-related field, or in a related industry OR Laboratory 1. Two years of experience with state, local, or licensee FMTs 2. Two years of experience working in a radiation analysis laboratory, radio-chemist laboratory or counting OR Medical Services / Monitoring 1. Experience in monitoring, decontamination, reception and medical treatment of radiologically contaminated patient practices OR EW Decontamination / Monitoring OR Reception Center OR Public Information 1. Experience with public information activities
Type 3Successful completion of the PTB for the Type 3 REPP Incident/Exercise Evaluator, or equivalent AHJ documentation
PHYSICAL / MEDICAL FITNESSNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Same as Type 2
Type 2Same as Type 3
Type 3Light
CurrencyNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Same as Type 2
Type 2Functions in this position during a qualifying incident, planned event, exercise, drill or simulation at least once every two years
Type 3Not Specified
Professional and Technical Licenses and CertificationsNot Specified
Component Types
Type Criteria
Type 1Not Specified
Type 2Not Specified
Type 3Not Specified
Composition and Ordering Specifications
Specification
Discuss logistics for deploying this position, such as working conditions, length of deployment, security, lodging, transportation and meals, prior to deployment.
Requestor specifies any additional qualifications necessary, based on incident complexity and needs.
Requestor specifies specialty area when ordering
1475
Notes
References
Reference
1. FEMA, Position Task Book for Incident/Exercise Evaluator, pending publication 2. National Qualification System (NQS) Guide, November 2017 3. FEMA, National Incident Management System (NIMS), October 2017 4. Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP), January 2020 5. Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program (REPP) Manual January 2016 6. Credentialing Framework Technological Hazards Division (THD) REPP Draft July 2016 7. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1910.120: Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response