Emergency Preparedness Training and Exercise Program

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Emergency Preparedness Division
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Emergency Preparedness
PHEP14[1] Apache County Public Health Services District
“Healthy People – Healthy Environment”
Emergency Preparedness Division
Kerry Pena PHEP Division Manager
Training and Exercise Program

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Training and Exercise Program Resources

The CDC Emergency Preparedness and Response website is CDC’s primary source of information and resources for preparing for and responding to public health emergencies. This site continues to keep the public informed about public health emergencies and provides the information needed to protect and save lives.

The Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) is committed to having an emergency response community prepared for and capable of responding to all-hazards events.

Tammi Jo Wilkins
Administrative Coordinators

(928) 333-6430
Kodi Castillo
Administrative Coordinators
(928) 333-6427
PHEP16[1] FEMA’s Independent Study Program offers courses that support the nine mission areas identified by the National Preparedness Goal.

  • Incident Management
  • Operational Planning
  • Disaster Logistics
  • Emergency Communications
  • Service to Disaster Victims
  • Continuity Programs
  • Public Disaster Communications
  • Integrated Preparedness
  • Hazard Mitigation
prepare The Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) doctrine consists of fundamental principles that frame a common approach to exercises. Applying these principles to both the management of an exercise program and the execution of individual exercises is critical to the effective examination of capabilities.

  • Guided by elected and appointed officials
  • Capability-based, objective driven
  • Progressive planning approach
  • Whole community integration
  • Informed by risk
  • Common methodology