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The New Hampshire Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management’s Training, Exercise and Development Section will work with you, your agency/department, your community, and stakeholders to help determine the appropriate exercise(s) to accomplish your goals and evaluate your plans, policies and/or procedures.

NH HSEM employs a capability-based approach to exercise design and execution.  Contact us today to discuss your next exercise.

Exercise Application (Non-Grant)

Exercise Resources

Online Exercise Resources can be found here, including downloadable exercise kits. Guiding Principles: FEMA’s Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) Complete HSEEP Template Package National Preparedness Goals FEMA’s 5 Mission Areas FEMA’s 32 Core-Capabilites Threat & Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment New Hampshire’s THIRA-SPR Discussion-based Exercises Operations-based Exercises Types of Exercises Seminars Drills Workshops Functionals …

School Reunification Game

Purpose:  To focus on current plans, policies, agreements, and procedures and discuss how participants would act during and following a particular incident.  Problems are solved as a group. Game Exercise:   A game exercise is largely a discussion guided by a facilitator with some simulators to discuss the actions needed to be successful. One or two evaluators may …

Upcoming Exercises

This calendar displays exercises being facilitated by the Training & Exercise Unit and/or the Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management is participating in.  These exercises are not open to the public unless otherwise noted. If you have any questions regarding any of these exercises, or would like your exercise listed, please contact the Training …