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Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Hospital Liaison Training  

Module 1:  Mission and Skills
Module 2:  Working in an EOC
Module 3:  Pre-Departure Instructions and Activities
Module 4:  Job Action Sheet - Part A  
Module 5:  Job Action Sheet - Part B
Module 6:  Forms - Part A
Module 7:  Forms - Part B
Module 8:  Forms - Part C

Module 1:  Mission and Skills (7 minutes 57 seconds)

This module addresses the mission of the EOC Hospital Liaison and the basic skills a candidate should have to successfully fill the liaison position.

Module 2:  Working in an EOC (9 minutes 34 seconds)

This module addresses the basic operational aspects of a functioning EOC.

Module 3:  Pre-Departure Instructions and Activities (11 minutes 31 seconds)

This module addresses the activities an EOC Hospital Liaison should accomplish before they depart to an assigned EOC to perform the functions of this position.

Module 4: Job Action Sheet - Part A (17 minutes 54 seconds)  

This module addresses the phases of the JAS; "Immediate" and "Intermediate". 

Module 5:  Job Action Sheet - Part B (10 minutes 42 seconds)

This module addresses the phases of the JAS; "Extended" and "Demobilization".

Module 6: Forms - Part A (8 minutes 18 seconds)

This module addresses the "EOC Position Roster" and "Operational Log" forms.

 Module 7: Forms - Part B (16 minutes 35 seconds)

This module addresses the "Individual Hospital Status" and "Incident Briefing" forms.

Module 8: Forms - Part C (13 minutes 54 seconds)

This module addresses the "Incident Message" and "Hospital Support Request" forms.

For more information, contact David Seebart, Region 3 Project Coordinator.

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 Last Revised: November 07, 2013