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Homeland Security Exercise
and Evaluation Program
(HSEEP)
SELF-HELP GUIDE
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Introduction
• You need help…let’s face it.
• Homeland Security Exercise and
Evaluation Program or HSEEP for short.
• A federal requirement for those agencies
that receive funding through the
Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The 15 National Planning
Scenarios
• Reflect common
vulnerabilities
• Have been designed
to test capabilities
• Scenarios are flexible
and can be applied to
a range of response
levels
The Scenarios
1: Nuclear Detonation – 10-Kiloton Improvised
Nuclear Device
2: Biological Attack – Aerosol Anthrax
3: Biological Disease Outbreak – Pandemic
Influenza
4: Biological Attack – Plague
5: Chemical Attack – Blister Agent
6:Chemical Attack– Toxic Industrial Chemicals
7: Chemical Attack – Nerve Agent
8: Chemical Attack – Chlorine Tank Explosion
The Scenarios (cont.)
9: Natural Disaster – Major Earthquake
10: Natural Disaster – Major Hurricane
11: Radiological Attack – Radiological
Dispersal Devices
12: Explosives Attack – Bombing Using
Improvised Explosive Devices
13: Biological Attack – Food Contamination
14: Biological Attack – Foreign Animal
Disease (Foot and Mouth Disease)
15: Cyber Attack
Target Capabilities & the
Universal Task List are
Derived from these Scenarios
https://hseep.dhs.gov/pages/1001_HSEEP7.aspx
https://hseep.dhs.gov/pages/1001_HSEEP7.aspx
Toolkit Strengths
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Stores exercise data
Repeat exercises
Basic information is automated.
Writing and rewriting tasks are
reduced.
• Exercises stick to the INITIAL
objectives (No “mission-creep.”)
• It’s official!
What is HSEEP
Compliance?
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Training and Exercise Plan
Workshop (TEPW)
Exercise Planning and Conduct
After-Action Reporting
Improvement Planning
Training and Exercise Plan
Workshop (T&EPW)
Includes:
• The entities' training and exercise
priorities (based on an overarching
strategy and previous improvement
plans.)
• The capabilities from the TCL that the
entity will train for and exercise against.
• A multi-year training and exercise
schedule.
Exercise Planning and
Conduct
• The type of exercise selected by the entity
should be consistent with the entity's Multi-year
Training and Exercise Plan.
• Exercise objectives should be based on target
capabilities and their associated critical tasks,
which are contained within the EEGs.
• The scenarios used in exercises must be
tailored toward validating the capabilities, and
should be based on the entity's risk/vulnerability
assessment.
Site Liaison
https://hseep.dhs.gov/pages/1001_HSEEP7.aspx
Documents created
(when appropriate)
• For Discussion-based Exercises (e.g., TTX):
– Situation Manual (SITMAN)
• For Operations-based Exercises this requires
(e.g., Full-Scale):
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Exercise Plan (EXPLAN)
Player Handout
Master Scenario Events List (MSEL)
Controller/Evaluator Handbook (C/E Handbook)
SITMAN should includeat a minimum
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Schedule of events
Purpose and scope
Design objectives
Exercise structure
Instructions for
exercise conduct
• Roles and
responsibilities
• Assumptions and
artificialities
• Exercise rules
• Scenario
• Participant
questions
• Reference
appendices
After-Action Reporting
• Following every exercise, an After-Action
Conference (AAC) must be conducted, in
which:
– Key personnel and the exercise planning team are
presented with findings and recommendations from
the draft AAR/IP.
– Corrective actions addressing a draft AAR/IP's
recommendations are developed and assigned to
responsible parties with due dates for completion.
• A final AAR/IP with recommendations and
corrective actions derived from discussion at
the AAC must be completed within 60 days
after the completion of each exercise.1
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This can be shorter based on grant/agency.
Improvement Planning
• An improvement plan will include broad
recommendations from the AAR/IP
organized by target capability as defined
in the Target Capabilities List (TCL).
• Corrective actions must be linked to a
capability element as defined in the TCL.
• Corrective actions must be measurable.
• Corrective actions must designate a
projected start date and completion date.
• Corrective must be assigned to an
organization and a point of contact within
that organization.
Improvement Plan (IP)
Appendix A: Improvement Plan Worksheet
Controller/Evaluator Jane Doe
This IP has been developed specifically for ___________ as a result of 2007 Statewide POD Squad Exercise conducted on Nov. 17th, 2007.
These recommendations draw on both the After Action Report and the After Action Conference. [The IP should include the key
recommendations and corrective actions identified in Chapter 3: Analysis of Capabilities, the After Action Conference, and the EEGs. The IP
has been formatted to align with the Corrective Action Program System. ]
Capability
Mass PropylaxisIncident Command
Observation Title
1- Incident
Commander was
accessible to
Command Staff
Recommendation
none
2- Area Command not 2.1 Improve planning
established
in the area of Area
beforehand and
Command
unclear how to
communicate
Mass ProphylaxisSetup/Takedown
1- Adequate
1.1 none
vaccination and drawup staffing
2- Triage, vaccination, 2.1 clearly identify
and waiting areas
functional areas of
should be more
POD
separate
Corrective
Action
1.1.1
Capability
Element
Personnel
Primary
Responsible
LPHA
2.1.1.
Establish
sites,
communicati
on, and org
chart
1.1.1 for a
Personnel
LPHA
Equip and
Systems
LPHA
2.1.1
Evaluate and
Revise floor
plan to
separate
functional
Equip and
Systems
LPHA
Agency
Start Date
POC
Jane Doe
or
designee
TBD
Jane Doe
or
designee
TBD
Completion
Date
https://hseep.dhs.gov/pages/1001_HSEEP7.aspx
How do I get Started?
• The first step in any Self-Help program is to
acknowledge that you have a problem and
you need to seek help.
– Other trained agencies, staff, or your State Office
of Homeland Security is a good place to begin.
• Moving toward accessing resources for that
help is a step in the right direction.
– See the Self-Help packet for references and
online links to helpful tools and documents.
What type of HSEEP
Exercise do I do?
• Discussions-based Exercises
– Seminar
– Workshop
– Tabletop (TTX)
– Games
• Operations-based Exercises
– Drill
– Functional Exercise (FE)
– Full-Scale Exercises (FSE)
Levels of Exercise design
• Seminar: Think teaching strategies/styles.
• Workshop: Plan writing workshop with the goal of arriving at
a product at the end.
• Tabletop Exercise (TTX): Typically in groups that will use a
scenario and test hypothetical policies/procedures.
• Games/Drills: Coordinated supervised activity that practices
the use of equipment, protocols or plans.
• Functional Exercises: Simulated events when you are
testing actual operations. Not all functional exercise tests
every function.
• Full Scale Exercise: Multi-agency and multi-jurisdictional
players respond as if it were an actual incident.
“Well begun is half done!”
-Mary Poppins
• An Excel spreadsheet:
– Name, Agency, Phone Number, and Email
• Exercise Objectives:
– Review the Target Capabilities List
• Exercise Evaluation Guides- EEG’s
– Download from:
https://hseep.dhs.gov/pages/1002_EEGLi.aspx
• Gather General Information: Time, Date, Maps,
etc…
• Set up a system for sharing files/documents in
planning the exercise:
– A Resource Binder
– FTP address (inter-agency file sharing- talk to your IT).
– Create a Reference list for players
HSEEP Resources
• HSEEP Classes are offered regularly. Check
with the Division of Emergency
Management, or your State Office of
Homeland Security for information regarding
their training program.
• HSEEP https://hseep.dhs.gov/
• HSEEP Toolkit:
– https://hseep.dhs.gov/DHS_SSO/?ReturnUrl=%2fhs
eep_em%2fToolkitHome.aspx
HSEEP Toolkit
https://hseep.dhs.gov/pages/1002_EEGLi.aspx
Begin an Exercise using
the Toolkit
• For questions regarding the HSEEP Toolkit
Systems (to include system access) please
contact:
HSEEP Toolkit Help Desk
(877) 612-HELP (4357)
[email protected]
• Call and obtain your password
• Login to the Toolkit
• Create an exercise following the prompts
Other Resources
• Plague:
http://www.bt.cdc.gov/agent/plague/trainingmodule/p
owerpoint.asp
• Water system:
http://www.epa.gov/safewater/watersecurity/tools/trai
ningcd/Pages/scenario1-s.html
• Hospital surge:
http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/html/bhpp/bhpp-trainhospital.shtml
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