- MSRC Disaster Plan - TV
- TV Vulnerability Checklist
- MSRC Disaster Plan - Radio
- Radio Vulnerability Checklist
- State of Louisiana's Standard Operation Procedure
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Disaster Plan Resources
Get A Game Plan
When severe weather strikes, will you be ready? It's critical that you are, for your safety and your family's. The key is to have a winning game plan. We want to help you in developing a simple but successful game plan for your family. That way, they'll know what to do, where to go and who to call when winter related weather strikes. Click through our checklist to help you prepare and ensure the safety and well-being of you and your loved ones.
Louisiana Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
The Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP); formally the Louisiana Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (LOHSEP), was created by the Civil Act of 1950. In 1976 GOHSEP via the Louisiana government reorganization, was moved to the Department of Public Safety (DPS). In 1990 GOHSEP was transferred again to the Military Department. In 2003 the Agency name was changed to the Louisiana Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, reflecting the additional responsibilities to the State and her citizens. In March of 2006 the Agency came under the Governor's Office and the name was changed to the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness to reflect this change.
Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation
The mission of the Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation is to transform the disaster caused by hurricanes Katrina and Rita into an unprecedented opportunity for a new Louisiana — providing resources for the relief, recovery and betterment of all its people by ensuring access and opportunity in rebuilding their communities and culture.
Media Security and Reliability Council
The Mission of the Media Security and Reliability Council: To prepare a comprehensive national strategy for securing and sustaining Broadcast and MVPD facilities throughout the United States during terrorist attacks, natural disasters and all other threats or attacks nationwide. The Council will be responsible for developing strategies that ensure the operation of broadcast and MVPD facilities before, during and after a major event. This report will include recommendations for detecting, preparing for, preventing, protecting against, responding to and recovering from terrorist threats, natural disasters or other attacks upon America's infrastructure and its people. These recommendations will be provided to the FCC and the Media Industry that, when implemented, will assure optimal reliability, robustness and security of broadcast and MVPD facilities throughout the United States.