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Local/Regional Notification and Activation Chart


The chart lists phases of an emergency (non-event, public health event; public health event with potential for multi-jurisdictional, regional, and/or statewide impact; regional emergency; and statewide emergency), examples of events under each emergency phase, and possible activation activities under each emergency phase.  Possible activation activities include whom to notify, how to notify, and if initiating ICS and/or JIC are necessary.

Primary Toolkit:

PPHR Toolkit

Keyword Area:

All-Hazards, Best Practice, Project Public Health Ready


75,000 - 99,999

Institutional Author:

Gallatin City-County Health Department, MT





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