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The Environmental health supervisor or Operations Section Chief performs County wide functional exercises in emergency preparedness and response training. This role also involves being responsible for developing and implementing strategy to ensure the objectives of the situation are being met. This role is responsible for organizing, assigning, and supervising the tactical field resources. The director of community health promotion facilitates focus groups along with reduces health disparities training. The epidemiologist, or planning section chief works on community based behavioral interventional training, and is responsible for gathering, analyzing, and disseminating information. The planning process will be managed by this role and the Incident Action Plan will be brought to the table. The health educator, or public information officer takes the role in risk communication training. They also assure the appropriate public health information is provided to the community and other agencies involved. The responsibility of making sure the public health staff is aware of the situation so the message from the agency can be consistent. Communication is key. The public health nursing supervisor performs mass dispensing sites training. The health planner or Liaison officer would serve as our Liaison officer and would be the point of contact for supporting agencies by completing briefings and answering questions. A logistics section chief will be needed and they acquire the materials needed by Operations to get the job done such as supplies and equipment. The finance/Administration section chief is responsible for ensuring that proper contractual and financial processes are in place and is essentially performing her duties as bookkeeper. The community health nurse followed the…...

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