Multi-Year Training & Exercise Plan


This Multi-Year Training and Exercise Plan (MYTEP) serves as a guidance document for exercise conduct county-wide. The plan also identifies priorities for training. Through the MYTEP process efficiencies can be gained by identifying and consolidating exercises and/or trainings to break down silos among disciplines, reduce exercise costs by avoiding duplication, and prevent exercise fatigue. The MYTEP is a living document, subject to continual review and revision. The plan will be updated annually and will reflect a five-year cycle.

After-Action Reviews and Improvement Planning

Request for Qualifications Due April 13, 2018:

On 17 February 2018, a snowstorm affected the county, resulting in the pile-up of approximately 90 vehicles on Interstate 35 North of the City of Ankeny. Due to the nature of the crash, geographic location and number of injured persons, a Multi-Casualty Incident (MCI) was declared. Multiple law enforcement agencies, fire departments and emergency medical services responded. The National Weather Service, mass transportation providers, the Iowa Department of Transportation, Polk County Emergency Management, and the American Red Cross supported the efforts of first responders.

The local healthcare coalition, Service Area 1A, seeks a request for qualifications to conduct an after action review of the 17 February incident. Responses to this request should be no more than five (5) pages in length, and should include details of completed similar past projects, staff qualifications and address the following services:

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Deadline to respond is April 13, 2018.