Exercise Library

Funds from Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) and Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) have supported the design and development of exercises since 2006. Exercises provided in this library were created by KDHE staff and local/regional partners using PHEP-HPP funds and may be adapted to meet your jurisdictional needs and exercise objectives.

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Exercise List

Exercise NamePurpose / Key ItemsTypePHEP CapabilitiesHPP Capabilities
Aerosolized AnthraxKey issues are the epidemiological investigation process to determine source and extent of contamination; projecting the impact on health care facilities and the community; determining information to be transmitted to the public and health care professionals; and maintaining adequate resources during medial surge.TTX4, 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 152, 4
CHEMPACK - Train DerailmentThe exercise will focus on the role of partners to implement CHEMPACK procedures, make critical decisions and disseminate notifications and public information. TTX3, 7, 10, 142, 4
Festival Food FiascoThe exercise will focus on coordinating with partner services in a mass care shelter and performing ongoing health surveillance to meet the medical needs of community members.TTX3, 7n/a
Measles OutbreakThe exercise will focus on coordination of epidemiological investigations, critical decisions, notifications and public information.TTX3, 4, 6, 132, 4
Pandemic FluKey issues are projecting the impact on health care facilities, the level of care health care providers will be able to provide, establishing alternate care sites and the management of fatalities.TTX4, 5, 9, 10, 142, 4
Ventilator Triage - HCCsA critical issue is the availability of ventilators in an acute respiratory emergency where a large, rapidly increasing patient population will require ventilator assistance.TTXn/a2, 3, 4
Chemical Incident - Farm SaleThe exercise will focus on the role of partners to implement chemical related medical surge procedures as well as to coordinate with and implement safety procedures for first responders.
TTX1, 10, 142, 4