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State Pandemic Influenza Operational Plan

In April 2007, Alabama's first Comprehensive Pandemic Influenza (PI) Operational Plan was submitted to the Department of Health and Human Services. The final version of the plan is a result of work from many state offices under the direction of Dr. Donald E. Williamson, Alabama's State Health Officer.

The information below is from the final version of the PI Operational Plan. Learn more about a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) on the Continuity of Operations Directive page.

2008 PI Operational Plan

PI Operational Plan Assessment Final Round - January 2009

Assessment of States' Operating Plans to Combat Pandemic Influenza

Appendix A

Sustain Operations of State Agencies and Support and Protect Government Workers

Appendix A.1

Operating Objective: Sustaining Operations of State Agencies and Supporting and Protecting Government Workers

Appendix A.2

Ensure Public Health COOP During Each Phase of a Pandemic

Appendix A.5

Ensure Integration of Uniform Military Services Needs and Assets

Appendix A.6

Transportation Systems

Appendix B.1

Ensure Surveillance and Laboratory Capability During Each Phase of a Pandemic

Appendix B.3

Implement Community Mitigation Interventions

Appendix B.4

Enhance State Plans to Enable Community Mitigation Through Student Dismissal and School Closure

Appendix B.5

Acquire and Distribute Medical Countermeasures

Appendix B.6

Ensure Mass Vaccination Capability During Each Phase of a Pandemic

Appendix B.7

Provide Healthcare

Appendix B.8

Manage Mass Facilities

Appendix B.9

Ensure Communication Capability During Each Phase of a Pandemic

Appendix B.10

Operating Objective: Mitigate the Impact of an Influenza Pandemic on Workers in the State

Appendix B.12

Integrate Emergency Medical Services and 9-1-1 into Pandemic Preparedness

Appendix B.13

Assure the Local, Regional, and State Public Safety Answering Points are an Integral Component of a State's Pandemic Influenza Planning and Response

Appendix B.15

Public Safety and Law Enforcement

Appendix C.1

Define Critical Infrastructure and Key Resource (CIKR) Protection, Planning, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Roles and Responsibilities

Appendix C.2

Build Public-Private Partnerships and Support Networks

Appendix C.3

Implement National Infrastructure Protection Plan Risk Management Framework for a Pandemic

Appendix C.4

Bolster CIKR Information Sharing and Protection Initiatives

Appendix C.5

Leverage Emergency Preparedness Activities for CIKR Protection, Planning, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery

Appendix C.6

Integrate Federal, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Government with Public and Private-Sector CIKR Protection, Planning, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Activities

Appendix C.7

Prioritize and Allocate Scarce Resources

Pandemic Influenza Personnel Policies and Guidelines


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