Disaster Planning


  1. 1. State agency has developed a WIC disaster plan
  2. 2. The WIC disaster plan is part of a broader Health Department or other State agency disaster plan
  3. 3. The State agency shares the disaster plan with its local agencies and clinics?
  4. 4. The Disaster Plan addresses:
  5. 5. The State agency requires local agencies/clinics to have individual disaster plans.
  6. 6. The State agency has a designated staff person to coordinate disaster planning.

1. State agency has developed a WIC disaster plan

  • Yes - Checked
  • No

2. The WIC disaster plan is part of a broader Health Department or other State agency disaster plan

  • Yes, what agency/ies: Illinois Department of Human Services
  • No

3. The State agency shares the disaster plan with its local agencies and clinics?

  • Yes
  • No - Checked

4. The Disaster Plan addresses:

  • Procedures to assess the extent of a disaster and report findings - Checked
  • Access to program records - Checked
  • Certification and food issuance sites and procedures - Checked
  • Food package adjustments
  • Food delivery systems - Checked
  • Information System (IS) Recovery - Checked
  • IS alternate procedures
  • Emergency authorization of vendors - Checked
  • Back up computer systems
  • Back up filing systems
  • Staffing arrangements
  • Use of mobile equipment, clinics
  • Other (describe)

5. The State agency requires local agencies/clinics to have individual disaster plans.

  • Yes
  • No - Checked
  • If yes, such plans are reviewed for compliance and consistency with the State agency disaster plan.
    • Yes
    • No - Checked

6. The State agency has a designated staff person to coordinate disaster planning.

  • Yes  - Checked
  • No