Emergency Operations Plans are an important part of TEA 37.108, SB11 and NIMS compliance and serve as a tool in emergencies.

The State has released new requirement for district emergency operations plans which include SB11, and TEA 37.108 compliance. The EOP document requires an enormous time to create and the are lengthy.

Currently the TXSSC is evaluating EOP basic plans, severe weather and hazardous material. There are new requirements and updates are due by the end of October.

The 2023 Fall requirements include NIMS implementation date, all of your safety & security committee dates starting in 2021, for the active shooter/threat annex. 2023 requirements include severe weather and hazardous material updates.

Schools On Target has been writing NIMS compliant plans and is up to speed on new requirements including continuity of operations, infectious disease just to name a few. We can take the time burden away from you and write your EOP or update your current plan to today's required standards.

Typically it will take a school with little or no experience 1,000+ hours to create a compliant EOP. Schools On Target can typically provide an EOP with the assistance of the school in 200-300 hours. The EOP formation process with Schools On Target is a collaborative effort with the school.

We have established a format that the safety center likes, out of the plans we submitted, all were accepted.

Pricing is based on district size, number of structures and level of service required. Contact us to discuss your needs.