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Activation Execution Matrix Example


PPHR Criteria: G1-M1-SMF


This two-page matrix was created as evidence for Goal 1, Measure 1 of Project Public Health Ready by the Winnebago County Health Department during the first round of PPHR.


The Activation Execution matrix lists the phases of a response to an emergency (detection, activation, operations, and recovery), the duties that need to be completed within those stages, the responsible agency for each duty, and sequence of events.  

Primary Toolkit:

PPHR Toolkit

Keyword Area:

All-Hazards, Project Public Health Ready


Institutional Author:

Winnebego County Health Department, IL





Five most recent user comments

2 Stars of 5 - Somewhat Useful
Activation Execution Matrix Example- Winnebego Cou
By Dean BeLer
Useful tool, while it duplicates another, it has some value in demonstrating more information.

2.5 Stars of 5 - Somewhat Useful
Activation Matrix
By Amanda Bogard
Matrix needs additional instructions to be useful to the end-user.

1 Stars of 5 - Not Useful
Activation / Response Matrix
By Paula Anderson
This may serve as a template for an LHD that doesn't have one, but it lacks detail.

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