The below resources can be used to assist in developing, implementing, and/or reviewing a schools emergency operations plan.
NH Specific Resources:
- Developing an All-Hazard School Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) Presentations
- NH RSA 189:64
- School Emergency Operations Plan – Outline
- Contact the School Readiness Program by email to get the most recent version of the school EOP template (current version 8/2020).
- School Emergency Operations Plan – Portal
- The portal is currently closed and will be open for submissions in the coming months.
- Comprehensive Planning Guide (101), September 2021, Version 3: CPG 101 provides guidelines on developing emergency operations plans and promotes a common understanding of the fundamentals of community-based, risk-informed planning and decision making to help planners examine threats or hazards and produce integrated, coordinated and synchronized plans.
- Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools – Technical Assistance Center: EOP Interactive Tools
- EOP Assess: A Web-based application (app) that helps practitioners assess their understanding of elements critical to the process of creating and maintaining a high-quality EOP. Users are guided through a series of questions relevant to the process of developing a high-quality EOP and receive a downloadable report providing customized information upon completion to enhance the user’s knowledge of the EOP planning process and high-quality plans.
- EOP Assist: An offline tool that directs the planning team members through a process that will result in the output of an EOP according to the Federal guidelines for developing a high-quality school EOP. Composed of Microsoft Word worksheets and PDF instructions, the EOP ASSIST Interactive Workbook prompts users through the six-step planning process recommended in the School Guide and generates a customizable school EOP.
- EOP Evaluate: A Web-based app helps planning team members evaluate an existing EOP against Federal guidelines. Using the School Guide and IHE Guide as a foundation, users are prompted through the Federally recommended six-step planning process to determine whether there are areas where an existing EOP can be improved.