List names, addresses, and phone numbers (office and
home) of all persons qualified to act as emergency
coordinator, including a primary and alternates.
If applicable, describe the transfer of the command and
control function to more senior officials as the ERO is
activated. Transfer of command and control should be
conducted in a formal manner, including briefing of the
oncoming official and notification to the response
organization of the change in command.
Control of operations, monitoring, and repair teams
should be clearly assigned within the facility/site ERO.
2.3 Emergency Management Operations
The emergency plan should indicate an adequate number
of experienced and trained personnel, including
designated alternates for timely performance of
emergency response functions.
(1) Primary and backup personnel should be identified
(by name, title or position) to fill each position in the
emergency response organization.
(2) Qualified staff should be available at all times to fill
key ERO positions. Qualification should be
established through formal job descriptions for ERO
positions, including specifications for education,
related experience, familiarity with procedures, and
satisfactory drill/exercise performance.
(3) Each person assigned to an ERO position should be
evaluated on their ability to perform the duties of
that position during drills and exercises before being
formally qualified to assume that position during an
actual activation of the ERO.