The CUSEC Exercise Officers’ Working Group is an association of exercise officials from the CUSEC states’ emergency management agencies. Their purpose is to reach consensus on issues of shared interest related to earthquakes and the exercise of state plans, act as an advisory group to the CUSEC Board of Directors on exercise issues, share information to benefit the states’ exercise programs, and facilitate cooperation between states on mutually beneficial exercises in their exercise planning. The primary focus of the group for the next year will be the 2019 Shaken Fury Earthquake Exercise. Shaken Fury will be based on response, recovery, and mitigation actions related to a New Madrid Seismic Zone earthquake scenario. The exercise will require a great deal of preparation as well as important lead-up exercises and planning events, and the leadership of the EOWG is vital to this effort’s success.
Shaken Fury 2019 Exercise Documents
NLE2011 Exercise Documents
Arkansas TTX – 05.06.2009.Arkansas.TTX.pdf
Tennessee TTX IPC Presentation – 07.27.2009.TN.TTX1.pdf
Tennessee TTX IPC Minutes – 07.27.2009.TN.TTX2.pdf
Multi-State IPC/CUSEC EOWG Presentations – This zip file contains the presentations made by the states, a presentation by FEMA Region V, the introductory presentation, and the presentation of seven recommendations to the CUSEC Board (7.15MB zip file)
June 15, 2010 MPC Presentations – This zip file contains presentations from the Midterm Planning Conference in Frankfort, Kentucky on June 15, 2010 (4.95MB zip file)