The key components of a complete local plan include a basic plan, supporting annexes, and implementing procedures. The supporting annexes typically include?

The supporting annexes in a complete local emergency plan typically include sections on warning, evacuation, fire and rescue, among other specific functional responsibilities.

These annexes are designed to be action-oriented, detailing operational tasks and roles within the Incident Command System to effectively manage diverse emergency scenarios. As FEMA’s official course material states “Supporting annexes that contain information on specific functional responsibilities, tasks, and operational actions needed to deal with particular hazards. The focus of an annex is on operations—what the function is and how it is carried out. Annexes are action-oriented and written for personnel charged with execution of the plan.”