Interactive Tools

Download and/or use interactive tools focused on EOP development, evaluation and assessment. Select an icon below to access the related tool.

The REMS TA Center offers interactive tools to support individuals and planning teams at schools and school districts in assessing their knowledge of concepts fundamental to emergency management, and in creating and evaluating EOPs. Schools and school districts can use these tools to create new plans as well as to revise or update existing plans and help align their emergency planning practices with those at the national, state, and local levels.

EOP ASSESS

EOP Assess Tool

Assess your understanding of elements critical to the process of creating and maintaining a high-quality EOP. Tool users will be guided through a series of questions relevant to the process of developing a high-quality EOP. A downloadable report providing customized information will be provided upon completion to enhance the user’s knowledge of the EOP planning process and high-quality plans.

Audience: Individuals and planning teams at K-12 schools and school districts.

EOP ASSIST

EOP Assist Tool

Create a school EOP by working through a process that will result in the output of an EOP according to the Federal guidelines for developing a high-quality school EOP. Tool users are prompted through the six-step planning process recommended in the School Guide. All plans developed through this tool will be both customizable and downloadable.

Audience: K-12—state agencies, school districts, and schools.

EOP ASSIST

Interactive Workbook
EOP Assist Workbook

Create a school EOP using this offline tool that directs planning team members through a six-step planning process. The tool is composed of Microsoft Word worksheets and PDF instructions that leads to development of a customizable plan.

Audience: K-12—state agencies, school districts, and schools.

EOP EVALUATE

EOP Evaluate Tool

Evaluate an established EOP. Using the School Guide as a foundation, tool users will be prompted through the six-step planning process recommended in the School Guide to determine whether there are areas where an existing EOP can be improved.

Audience: Individuals and planning teams at K-12 schools and school districts.