Disaster Behavioral Health Exercises

The following situation manuals are specific to Nebraska, but they can be customized for other jurisdictions. Please appropriately reference manuals and their authors if you use them as a basis for your local or state exercise. For more information or background about their use, please contact us.

2020 Tabletop Exercise

Severe flooding across the state; COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic

2019 Tabletop Exercise

Severe flooding on several rivers, damaged main roads, destroyed bridges

2018 Tabletop Exercise

Tornado, downed power lines, blocked main roads, HAZ-MAT

2017 Tabletop Exercise

Responder coordination & supervision

2016 Tabletop Exercise

Attack on government facility resulting in multiple fatalities and injuries

2015 Tabletop Exercise

Psychological First Aid drill for explosion of unknown origin

2014 Tabletop Exercise

Threat & Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis (THIRA) workshop

2013 Tabletop Exercise

Workshop Situation Manual (SitMan): Plant Explosion

2012 Tabletop Exercise

Workshop Situation Manual (SitMan): Plan Orientation

2011 Tabletop Exercise

Workshop Situation Manual (SitMan): Plan Triage

2010 Tabletop Exercise

Workshop Situation Manual (SitMan): Flooding 2

2009 Tabletop Exercise

Workshop Situation Manual (SitMan): Flooding

2008 Tabletop Exercise

Workshop Situation Manual (SitMan): Chlorine Leak

2007 Tabletop Exercise

Workshop Situation Manual (SitMan): Tornado

2006 Tabletop Exercise

Workshop Situation Manual (SitMan): Avian Influenza

2005 Tabletop Exercise

Workshop Situation Manual (SitMan): HAZ-MAT Event

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