Appendix D includes any further information the Committee Management Office (CMO) believes could be helpful. From recordkeeping expectations to posting a Federal Register Notice, all additional guidance can be found attached.
In Appendix C, the Committee Management Office (CMO) aims to walk you through certain processes that could be unfamiliar or daunting. From establishing or renewing a committee, to figuring out membership appointments and vetting, and finally, possibly terminating a committee - all pertinent information is attached.
The SMEM Guidance Tool is a free, online tool that provides users with a simple, step-by-step line of questioning to create plans to improve their organization’s SMEM operations.
The Health and Safety Planning Guide for Planners, Safety Officers, and Supervisors for Protecting Responders Following a Nuclear Detonation provides response planners, safety officers, and supervisors with specific information and recommendations to protect responders from the effects and impacts of an extreme event: a 10 kiloton (KT) improvised nuclear device (IND) within the first 72 hours of a detonation.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued guidance, based on a federal interagency working group effort, to educate first responders on protective actions they should take in the event of a wide-area anthrax release. The document, “Guidance for Protecting Responders’ Health during the First Week Following a Wide-Area Aerosol Anthrax Attack,” focuses on a specific scenario of a large-scale aerosol anthrax release in a major U.S. city and the immediate post-attack environment.