36.28A.060  <<  36.28A.070 >>   36.28A.080

Statewide first responder building mapping information systemCommittee establishedDevelopment of guidelines.

(1) The Washington association of sheriffs and police chiefs in consultation with the Washington state emergency management office, the Washington association of county officials, the Washington association of cities, the director of the consolidated technology services agency, the Washington state fire chiefs' association, and the Washington state patrol shall convene a committee to establish guidelines related to the statewide first responder building mapping information system. The committee shall have the following responsibilities:
(a) Develop the type of information to be included in the statewide first responder building mapping information system. The information shall include, but is not limited to: Floor plans, fire protection information, evacuation plans, utility information, known hazards, and text and digital images showing emergency personnel contact information;
(b) Develop building mapping software standards that must be utilized by all entities participating in the statewide first responder building mapping information system;
(c) Determine the order in which buildings shall be mapped when funding is received;
(d) Develop guidelines on how the information shall be made available. These guidelines shall include detailed procedures and security systems to ensure that the information is only made available to the government entity that either owns the building or is responding to an incident at the building;
(e) Recommend training guidelines regarding using the statewide first responder building mapping information system to the criminal justice training commission and the Washington state patrol fire protection bureau.
(2)(a) Nothing in this section supersedes the authority of the consolidated technology services agency or the technology services board under chapter 43.105 RCW.
(b) Nothing in this section supersedes the authority of state agencies and local governments to control and maintain access to information within their independent systems.

NOTES:

Effective date2015 3rd sp.s. c 1 §§ 401-405, 409, 411, and 412: See note following RCW 2.36.057.
Intent2003 c 102: See note following RCW 36.28A.060.
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