Florida Senate - 2023                                     SB 212
       By Senator Collins
       14-00201A-23                                           2023212__
    1                        A bill to be entitled                      
    2         An act relating to emergency response mapping data;
    3         amending s. 1013.13, F.S.; requiring the Department of
    4         Education to procure a vendor to produce emergency
    5         response mapping data for public school buildings;
    6         requiring the vendor to provide the data to certain
    7         entities; specifying requirements for the data;
    8         providing an effective date.
   10  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
   12         Section 1. Present subsection (2) of section 1013.13,
   13  Florida Statutes, is redesignated as subsection (3), and a new
   14  subsection (2) is added to that section, to read:
   15         1013.13 Coordination of school safety information;
   16  construction design documents.—
   17         (2) The Department of Education shall procure a vendor to
   18  produce standard emergency response mapping data for every
   19  public school building in this state. The vendor shall be
   20  responsible for providing the data to the applicable county,
   21  district school boards, and the appropriate local, state, and
   22  federal public safety agencies for use in response to
   23  emergencies.
   24         (a)Emergency response mapping data must be provided in an
   25  electronic or digital format to assist first responders in
   26  responding to emergencies at schools.
   27         (b) The emergency response mapping data must, at a minimum,
   28  meet all of the following requirements:
   29         1.Be compatible with software platforms used by local,
   30  state, and federal public safety agencies that provide emergency
   31  services to the specific school for which the data is provided
   32  without requiring such agencies to purchase additional software
   33  or requiring the integration of third-party software to view the
   34  data;
   35         2. Be compatible with security software platforms in use by
   36  the specific school for which the data is provided without
   37  requiring the local law enforcement agencies or school districts
   38  to purchase additional software or requiring the integration of
   39  third-party software to view the data;
   40         3. Be provided in a printable format;
   41         4. Be verified for accuracy by a walk-through of school
   42  buildings and grounds;
   43         5. Be oriented true north;
   44         6. Be overlaid on current aerial imagery or plans of school
   45  buildings;
   46         7. Contain site-specific labeling that matches the
   47  structure of school buildings, including room labels, hallway
   48  names, and external door or stairwell numbers and locations of
   49  hazards, critical utility locations, key boxes, automated
   50  external defibrillators, and trauma kits;
   51         8. Contain site-specific labeling that matches the school
   52  grounds, including parking areas, athletic fields, surrounding
   53  roads, and neighboring properties; and
   54         9. Be overlaid with gridded x/y coordinates.
   55         Section 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 2023.