State Emergency Response Team Branches
The Emergency Services Branches coordinates the delivery of public safety, health and medical, and other life-safety and security services during an event. It includes;
- ESF-4: Firefighting
- ESF-8: Health and Medical
- ESF-9: Search and Rescue
- ESF-10: Environmental Protection and Hazardous Materials
- ESF-16: Law Enforcement and Security
Emergency Services Branch Director
The Human Services Branch coordinates the delivery of mass care, social services, sheltering, and other humanitarian related services to disaster survivors and responders. It includes;
- ESF-6: Mass Care
- ESF-11: Food and Water
- ESF-15: Volunteers and Donations
- ESF-17: Animals and Agriculture
Human Services Branch Director
The Infrastructure Branch provides and coordinates technical assistance, public works services, and critical infrastructure monitoring during disasters. It includes;
- ESF-1: Transportation
- ESF-2: Communications
- ESF-3: Public Works
- ESF-12: Energy and Fuels
Infrastructure Branch Director
The Technical Services Branch provides GIS, WebEOC, Telecommunications, Help Desk, and all information technology and situational awareness capabilities for the State Emergency Response Team.
Technical Services Branch Director
The Air Operations Branch provides technical expertise and coordination for all aircraft missions that may be required during a disaster. The branch includes state and federal partners, including Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the Florida Wing of the Civil Air Patrol, and other representatives.
Air Operations Branch Director
The Operations Support Branch provides overall mission management in the State EOC. They review mission requests from counties, ensure the request contains appropriate information, and ensures the appropriate partner is notified of the request.
Operations Support Branch Director
Emergency Support Function (ESF) 18 coordinates local, state and federal agencies actions that provide immediate and short-term assistance to business and industry as well as economic stabilization. ESF 18 works with business and industry to identify available resources to meet the needs of the state and its citizens before, during and after a disaster. The Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) is the lead agency for ESF 18.
Emergency Coordination Officer