(1) An ACLF shall have in effect and available for all supervisory personnel and staff written
copies of the following disaster, refuge, and/or evacuation plans readily available at all times:
(a) Fire Safety Procedures Plan shall include:
1. Minor fires;
2. Major fires;
3. Fighting the fire;
4. Evacuation procedures; and
5. Staff functions.
(b) Tornado/Severe Weather Procedures Plan shall include:
1. Staff duties; and
2. Evacuation procedures.
(c) Bomb Threat Procedures Plan shall include:
1. Staff duties;
2. Search team, searching the premises;
3. Notification of authorities;
4. Location of suspicious objects; and,
5. Evacuation procedures.
(d) Flood Procedure Plan, if applicable, shall include:
1. Staff duties;
2. Evacuation procedures; and
3. Safety procedures following the flood.
(e) Severe Cold Weather and Severe Hot Weather Procedure Plans shall include:
1. Staff duties;
2. Equipment failures;
3. Evacuation procedures; and
4. Emergency food service.
(f) Earthquake Disaster Procedures Plan shall include:
1. Staff duties;
2. Evacuation procedures;
3. Safety procedures; and
4. Emergency services.

(2) An ACLF shall comply with the following:
(a) Maintain a detailed log with staff signatures designating training each employee
receives regarding disaster preparedness.
(b) Train all employees annually as required in the plans listed above and keep each
the employee informed with respect to the employee’s duties under the plans.
(c) Exercise each of the plans listed above annually.

(3) An ACLF shall participate in the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency local/county
emergency plan on an annual basis. Participation includes:
(a) Filling out and submitting a questionnaire on a form to be provided by Tennessee
Emergency Management Agency; and
(b) Maintaining documentation of participation that shall be made available to survey staff
as proof of participation.

(4) ACLFs which elect to have an emergency generator shall ensure that the generator is
designed to meet the ACLF’s HVAC and essential needs and shall have a minimum of
twenty-four (24) hours of fuel designed to operate at its rated load. This requirement shall be
coordinated with the Disaster Preparedness Plan or with the local resources.
(a) All generators shall be exercised for thirty (30) minutes each month under full load,
including the automatic and manual transfer of equipment.
(b) The emergency generator shall be operated at the existing connected load and not on
dual power. The ACLF shall maintain a monthly log and have trained staff familiar with
the generator’s operation.