Management, control and reduction of immediate threats to public health and safety

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Management, control and reduction of immediate threats to public health and safety:
o  Emergency Operation Center costs.
o  Training specific to the declared event.
o  Disinfection of eligible public facilities.
o  Technical assistance to state, tribal,territorial or local governments on emergency management and control of immediate threats to public health and safety

Public assistance is intended to support organizations with “extraordinary costs” associated with this event.This may include but is not limited to:
Overtime or personnel
backfill cost.
Expendable supplies such as disinfectants, medical supplies and personal protective equipment (masks, gloves, gowns, etc.)
.Equipment & Apparatus usage

.A submission request for public assistance must provide complete and accurate documentation of expenses and usage.This includes standardized Incident Command System (ICS) forms, Public Assistance Grant forms, verifiable receipts, personnel cost sheets and apparatus sheets (type, size, etc.).

Some basic forms to use include
:ICS Form 214, Activity Log, for all involved units and personnel.
ICS Form 213, General Message, to document specific requests.
ICS Form 218, Support Vehicle-Equipment Inventory.

While waiting on specific guidelines for this event, browse the FEMA Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide for additional insight on documentation needs, such as:Applicant labor and applicant-owned equipment.Rented or purchased equipment.Purchased supplies and supplies from stock.Contracted services.Mutual aid services.

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