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Have You Updated Your Emergency Operations Plan?
This publication constitutes the Basic Emergency Preparedness Plan
for the Parish of
East Baton Rouge. The
demographic makeup of the parish makes it necessary to update the plan
on a regular basis.
The Emergency Operations Plan for East Baton Rouge Parish generally
conforms to the
basic plan set forth in Federal Emergency Management Agency guidelines
for the integrated
emergency management system. Emergency mitigation and response actions
are designed for
every person in the parish who might be affected by an emergency.
These services will be
provided regardless of race, national origin, religion, sex, age, or
Have you updated your Emergency
All-Hazard Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)
is based on FEMA's State and Local Guide (SGL 101)
and contains appendices for Terrorism.
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