REP Plan Core Concepts
The FEMA/NPD/THD/Radiological Emergency Preparedness (REP) Program has developed an Instructor-Led course that will assist Federal, State, tribal and local emergency managers more effectively meet the planning challenges presented to the emergency responder community during a radiological incident at a NRC-licensed commercial nuclear power plant. This awareness-level 0.5-day course will focus specifically and be limited to the introduction of the existing REP planning methodology. This methodology goes beyond the planning guidance provided in Comprehensive Preparedness Guide -101 and incorporates the unique preparedness aspects of FEMA’s REP Program.
- Primary – Non-Resident; Secondary – Resident (National Emergency Training Centers)
The RPCC target audience is Federal, State, local, utility, and tribal emergency managers and planners responsible for the development, review, and maintenance of REP emergency operations plans and implementation procedures. This abbreviated course is meant to satisfy the prerequisite course requirements in preparations for the MGT-453 REP Post-Plume Planning Course (RPPP) for Ingestion Counties which are not necessarily directly involved in response planning during the Plume (Emergency/Early) Phase of a radiological incident at a NRC-licensed commercial nuclear power plant.
Prerequisites and Requirements
To be eligible for the course, the student must successfully complete the following courses:
Continuing Education Credits
- Exceptions to any of the above prerequisites may be granted on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the CDP Registrar.