WebEOC is a secure, Internet-based emergency information management application that provides real-time information sharing of operational details from various government and public safety groups in response to an imminent threat, emergency or disaster.
WebEOC is the State’s
official emergency management software system. All 64 Parishes, as well as State and Federal agencies and approved non-governmental emergency management partners (NGOs) use it to monitor and manage activities before, during and after an emergency or disaster.
Users interact with GOHSEP through WebEOC for:
- Situational reporting (SitReps)
- Daily reports
- Requesting resources
- Requesting Preliminary Damage Assessments (PDAs) in the aftermath of a disaster
- Capturing financial data and intelligence reporting information
CONTROL PANEL, SITREP BOARD, OPERATIONAL RHYTHM, AND FILE LIBRARY ARE SOME OF THE ELEMENTS IN WEBEOC.
Because WebEOC is web-based, users can log on from any computer connected to the internet – including
smart phones and other web-enabled devices. To use WebEOC you must have a user name and password to access the system. Access is obtained through a request to the WebEOC Administrator at GOHSEP.