29 Illinois Administrative Code Part 301
Part 301 of Title 29 addresses requirements that ESDAs and/or disaster agencies must comply with. The State is requesting information on emergency operation plans and the exercise of emergency operation plans with a correlation to the 32 FEMA Core Capabilities.
These requirements are different than those presented and reflected in the 2018 EOP.
Please note, the changes highlighted in the below presentation must be met for the 2020 EOP due September 1, 2020.
Administrative Code 301: Updates Currently in Effect Presentation
Attached at the below link is a look at the 301 changes and how it compares to the past requirements. This presentation was given at the October 17th, 2018 LEMC meeting. The power point was updated on November 15, 2019 to reflect IEMA clarification.
29 Illinois Administrative Code 301 Presentation
If there are questions regarding the material in the presentation, or changes to the code please reach out to Kali.
Upcoming Training and Workshops for the 301 Update
To assist our municipal partners in meeting these new requirements for the 2020 EOP, OHSEM will host multiple workshops. Times and dates are being decided.