It looks like you are next door in Virginia, Leslie. My suggestion is to call the Maryland Emergency Management Agency, (MEMA). They should have a short list of jurisdictions with well written plans.We have a Safety Committee. One of our elected officials sits on the Committee. The balance of the members are a mix of employees. We've had active shooter training recently and a mass casualty event scheduled for later this month. On routine safety, we've tried different incentive programs. I think part of the key is being realistic. The law enforcement folks get very excited about active shooter training, but it is an extremely low probability event. Having a road worker injured by a distracted driver... much more likely. In my experience, the "plan" is far less important than the culture. It takes a constant effort on the part of everyone--particularly managers--to stay focused on safety. Good luck.