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PROACTIVE BLUEPRINT - Emergency Management Planning
 
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Emergency Management System, Crisis Management Plan, Crisis Management Examples, Active Shooting Drills, Active Shooting Training, Active Shooting Simulation. PROACTIVE BLUEPRINT is designed for federal, state, and local officials, school and medical administrators, emergency management teams, company CEOs and many other businesses, to further prepare themselves for many crisis incidents that may occur under their responsibility. PROACTIVE BLUEPRINT will provide crisis management teams with the critical information and imagery they need to rapidly plan during many high risk incidents. A complete 360 degree virtual tour of any building used for crisis management planning during many high risk incidents. PROACTIVE BLUEPRINT also includes updated overhead imagery used to quickly coordinate responding departments.
When Disaster Strikes: What We Learned from Hurricane Irene (Vermont Disaster Recovery Webinar)
 
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Learn more about call center disaster recovery strategies from Vermont Emergency Management's Chief of Field Operations Robert Schell. He coordinated the disaster recovery efforts during Hurricane Irene whose 80-mile-per hour winds and record flooding caused nearly $1 billion in damages, leaving thousands of Vermont residents without water or power. This session will cover different types of disaster threats and the advantages IP-based dispatching systems have in mitigating those situations. The guests will answer questions from participants about best practices in disaster recovery, lessons learned during Hurricane Irene, and why system redundancy matters for public safety answering points (PSAPs). This webinar originally aired on Oct. 20, 2011.
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When Disaster Strikes: What We Learned from Hurricane Irene in Vermont  (Disaster Recovery Webinar)
 
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Learn more about call center disaster recovery strategies from Vermont Emergency Management's Chief of Field Operations Robert Schell. He coordinated the disaster recovery efforts during Hurricane Irene whose 80-mile-per hour winds and record flooding caused nearly $1 billion in damages, leaving thousands of Vermont residents without water or power. This session will cover different types of disaster threats and the advantages IP-based dispatching systems have in mitigating those situations. The guests will answer questions from participants about best practices in disaster recovery, lessons learned during Hurricane Irene, and why system redundancy matters for public safety answering points (PSAPs). This webinar originally aired on Oct. 20, 2011.
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Mapping for Emergency Management
 
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Presented by Talbot Brooks, GISP and Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Geospatial Information Technologies, Delta State University. This presentation will provide an overview of crisis and emergency response and provide a foundation for engaging a broad spectrum of government and private sector geospatial professionals in the effort to conserve life and property in a meaningful and sustainable manner. Topics of discussion will include an overview of the emergency response lifecycle and other fundamentals of emergency management, tips to better understanding the needs of emergency managers and responders, and entry points through which geospatial professions may better engage the response and preparedness community.
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FEMA head on Irene aftermath, rescue operations
 
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FEMA administrator Craig Fugate speaks to Erica Hill about the aftermath of Irene across the East Coast and rescue efforts in hard-hit areas, including Vermont and New Jersey.
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Points of Dispensing from the Strategic National Stockpile in Hamilton County, Ohio
 
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In Case of a Public Health Emergency, Hamilton County Public Health will establish Points of Dispensing for distributing medicine and other necessities from the Strategic National Stockpile.
Hurricane Relief Efforts
 
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Pennsylvania-Task Force 1 (PA-TF1) is a FEMA urban search-and-rescue team based in Philadelphia. PA-TF1 recently deployed to help with disaster relief efforts stemming from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. The group is made up of first responders from the Pennsylvania region, including many from the Philadelphia Fire Department.
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Emergency services continue recovery and clean-up operation
 
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(28 Oct 2011) SHOTLIST Vernazza, Cinque Terre National Park, La Spezia province 1. Wide of Vernazza as seen from an approaching Coast Guard dinghy involved in rescue operations 2. Dinghy approaching dock 3. Wide shot of Piazza Marconi covered by mud and debris 4. Tilt down from chopper flying overhead to houses 5. Wide of the town's main street covered in mud 6. Firefighters at work 7. Mid of shop entrance completely covered by mud, which reached the building's first floor 8. Mid of mud reaching balconies level 9. Various of house doors almost completely blocked by mud 10. Various of winery entrance completely blocked by mud, a worker tries to get in somehow 11. Wide of house, mud reaching first floor 12. Wide of Jeffery Hewitt, a man from California who now lives in Vernazza with his wife 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Jeffery Hewitt, a man from California who now lives in Vernazza with his wife "I was in the bar working, at the "Blue Marlin," twenty metres that way. And it's now under three-four meters of mud that you see now. We escaped with our clients, by breaking a hole in the wall next to us." 14. House doors almost completely blocked by mud 15. Bank's entrance completely blocked by mud, the bank sign can be barely seen 16. Local residents with shovels walking on mud, approaching windows of their house 17. Man enters his home through window Brugnato, La Spezia province 18. Wide of houses surrounded by sea of mud with cars stuck in it here and there 19. Cars stuck among debris and mud 20. Excavator at work to remove debris from house entrance 21. Man jumping off rail and pile of debris with empty can to fetch water 22. Excavator at work to remove mud and debris 23. Pan left from debris stuck up to house window to rescue teams at work 24. Wide main road with Civil Protection workers waking with tools to remove mud and debris 25. Woman carrying bucket of water 26. Old man pushing wheelbarrow 27. Close up of distressed woman 28. Woman carrying shovels 29. Men at work to remove mud from the first floor of a house 30. Wide house covered in mud up to first floor 31. Window filled by debris Borghetto di Vara, La Spezia province 32. Pan left from house entrance to car stuck in front of main door 33. Car stuck among tree branches 34. Car hanging on walking bridge railing 35. Wide bridge 36. Furniture outside damaged house 37. Woman walking among debris 38. Pan from house surrounded by mud and debris to workers trying to clean up 39. Car approaching Brugnato-Borghetto highway entrance on road flooded with 40 centimetres of mud and water 40. Wide highway viaduct and destruction surrounding it 41. Destroyed car stuck in debris and mud 42. Priest waking with rubber boots holding his gown and saying hello to drivers STORYLINE The Italian Infrastructure Minister said that a state of emergency has been declared in the flood stricken areas in Tuscany and Liguria, including towns that are part of the Cinque Terre National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Altero Matteoli, who was inspecting flood-ravaged coastal towns said the government has approved 65 (m) million euro (91 (m) million US dollars) in emergency funds. Flash floods and mudslides triggered by heavy rains earlier this week barrelled through picturesque towns along the northwest coast, burying streets under mud, damaging homes, stores, churches and overturning vehicles. At least nine people died. Among hard-hit towns are Monterosso and Vernazza, along the Cinque Terre hiking trail popular for its breathtaking views. In Vernazza, the mud reached first floor heights, and residents could be seen walking into their homes using the windows as doors. The "Blue Marlin" is now under three-four metres of mud, he said. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/018f37ff092a6e8cd8d5d3c8b20911b0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Heads Up! FEMA Is Preparing Communities for 'Complex Coordinated Terror Attacks'
 
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http://undergroundworldnews.com The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has issued a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the fiscal 2016 Program to Prepare Communities for Complex Coordinated Terrorist Attacks (CCTA Program). The CCTA Program provides $35.94 million to state, local, tribal, and territorial jurisdictions to improve their ability to prepare for, prevent, and respond to complex coordinated terrorist attacks in collaboration with the whole community. Selected state, local, tribal, and territorial jurisdictions will receive fiscal 2016 CCTA Program funding specifically to build and sustain capabilities to enhance their preparedness for complex coordinated terrorist attacks, by achieving the following: identifying capability gaps, developing and/or updating plans, training to implement plans and procedures, and conducting exercises to validate capabilities. Learn More: http://icitizennews.net/fema-notice-of-funding-opportunity-on-program-to-prepare-communities-for-complex-coordinated-terrorist-attacks/?preview=true https://www.fema.gov/news-release/2016/12/08/fema-announces-notice-funding-opportunity-program-prepare-communities www.essentialdrugstore.com https://twitter.com/dahboo7 https://hangwith.com/user/DAHBOO7 B Rich: https://twitter.com/Brian_T33NO https://www.youtube.com/c/BRichOfficial Erick M: https://twitter.com/letmeexplainit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcwB6XtfJtyWW4DXKoZVn5A ToBeFree: https://twitter.com/da52true https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvdTd5-p_sBE8oTjUOqPpPg EnterThe5t4rz: https://twitter.com/Enterthe5t4rz https://www.youtube.com/user/Enterthe5t4rz Save On Official DAHBOO7 Gear with Code "5off" http://dahboo7.deco-street.com http://foodforliberty.com/dahboo7/ You can also cut cable bills forever and save $75 with code "tigerstream75" https://tigerstream.tv/go/tigerstream7/
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Understanding Disaster Impacts
 
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Following Georgia's historic flooding, FEMA specialists are analyzing and interpreting thousands of pieces of information to better understand the disaster's impacts.
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Public Assistance - Texas Applicant Briefing Part 1
 
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The Texas Division of Emergency Management or TDEM works in conjunction with the Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA to administer the Public Assistance Grants Program.
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FEMA Best Practices
 
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Sheriff Jack Stevens’ home survives a devastating storm because it was built to FEMA’s best practice standards. This video premiered at the 2007 National Hurricane Conference.
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Kaseya: Five Reasons Why Disaster Recovery Plans Fail & How to Fix Yours
 
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Did you know that natural disasters, such as hurricane or flood only account for approximately 3% of all business disasters while hardware failures and human error account for more than 70%? Join us for this webinar with industry expert Matt Urmston as he discusses the potential disasters within a disaster recovery plan and how you can avoid them and become the calm within the storm. Let's face it, as an IT professional, anything that interrupts normal business operations could form the basis of disaster for you. Just remember, whatever the cause of your interruption, how you prepare to respond that will decide the fate of your business. So, are you prepared? Even the best disaster recovery plans have the potential to fail. Until they are tested against an actual disaster it is difficult to know where the potential weaknesses are. http://www.kaseya.com/
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Mayor Bowser Announces DC Preparedness Plan for First Amendment Events, 8/9/18
 
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In preparation for Sunday’s First Amendment activities, Mayor Muriel Bowser announces the District’s public safety plan, which includes the signing of a Mayor’s Order that allows the Bowser Administration to activate the District’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC). Prior to the announcement, Mayor Bowser hosted a roundtable discussion with community and faith leaders about the upcoming events. “As the nation’s capital, we host millions of visitors each year. Fortunately, very, very few share the views that will be expressed in Lafayette Park on Sunday. Washington, DC is a city of love, inclusion, and diversity, and – like millions of Americans across the nation – we know that the people who are coming here to profess hate and sow division are wrong,” said Mayor Bowser. “This weekend, and every day going forward, we will ensure that the world knows that no matter how much attention these people demand, that they will never represent the values of our city or our nation.” The level two activation of the District’s EOC allows local, state, and federal agencies to work together to coordinate the necessary supports for all critical incident responses. Ahead of this weekend’s events, residents and visitors are being encouraged to sign up for AlertDC at alertdc.dc.gov to receive important and emergency updates from DC Government. “Several District agencies, regional partners, and federal agencies are staffing the District’s EOC to support the law enforcement response,” said DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency Director Dr. Christopher Rodriguez. “Residents and visitors should sign up for AlertDC and be prepared if they see something, to say something to law enforcement.” To prepare for the upcoming First Amendment activities, the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) is coordinating with U.S. Park Police (USPP) and other District and Federal partners to deploy appropriate resources and personnel for the event. “The Metropolitan Police Department facilitates safe demonstrations on a daily basis,” says Chief of Police Peter Newsham. “Our intentions are to continue to value the first amendment rights of everyone in the District of Columbia without compromising the safety of participants or bystanders.” Due to several First Amendment activities occurring in the District, MPD will enforce the following road closures on Sunday, August 12, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.: · 15th Street, NW, from Constitution Avenue to K Street, NW · 17th Street, NW, from Constitution Avenue to K Street, NW · 18th Street, NW, from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW · 19th Street, NW, from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW · 20th Street, NW, from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW · 21st Street, NW, from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW · 22nd Street, NW, from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW · 23rd Street, NW, from Virginia Avenue to Washington Circle, NW · H Street, NW from 17th Street to 15th Street, NW · I Street, NW from 17th Street to 15th Street, NW · K Street, NW from 17th Street to 15th Street, NW · Connecticut Avenue, NW, from H Street to I Street, NW · Vermont Avenue, NW, from H Street to I Street, NW · G Street, NW, from 17th Street to 23rd Street, NW · F Street, NW, from 17th Street to 23rd Street, NW · E Street, NW from 17th Street to 23rd Street, NW During the press conference, Mayor Bowser was joined by: · the Metropolitan Police Department; · DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services; · DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency; · DC Office of Human Rights; · the Mayor’s Office of Religious Affairs; and · the United States Park Police.
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Disaster Preparedness: Public Health Infrastructure and Perspectives on Community Resilience
 
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Mid-Atlantic Public Health Training Center - October 16, 2013. Presenters: Randolph Rowel, PhD, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Behavioral Health Sciences, Morgan State University School of Community Health and Policy; and Daniel J. Barnett, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor Department of Environmental Health Sciences, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
W.Berry
 
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PSSL 6270 Briefing 01 - A severe winter weather alert has been issued with significant impact expected for much of the state of Vermont. The current forecast is bleak with reports of extremely damaging ice storms and snow accumulation beginning January 5th and lasting through early January 7th. This executive briefing, provided by the office of the Regional Emergency Coordinator (REC), advises local and state officials on appropriate measures which might mitigate threats associated to this impending natural disaster. With consideration for the worst case scenario, state and local officials are provided planning recommendations in the areas of community safety, transportation, communication, energy, and resource availability. This brief aims to integrate the response effort across public safety, health, and emergency management disciplines with a focus on maintaining operations and facilitating command and control for deployed resources and assets.
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What Is Community Emergency?
 
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Be Prepared. Emergency Operations Center (EOC).
 
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http://www.amerenillinois.com http://www.illinoisoutage.com Severe storms can cause power outages at any time during the year. Ameren Illinois can't control the weather, but we can prepare for an outage! Use the tips presented below to organize and prepare your home for a power outage. If your electric service is interrupted, call Ameren Illinois at 800.755.5000. Switch off most lights and appliances to help prevent circuit overloading when your power is restored. Keep a battery-powered radio or TV and flashlights available, along with a supply of fresh batteries. Store drinking water, canned/no-cook food and a non-electric can opener. Make sure you have water and food for your pets as well! Have a first-aid kit and needed medications available. Treat all downed or dangling wires as if they are energized electric lines. Stay away, warn others, and call Ameren Illinois at 800.755.5000 to report the location. Portable electric generators can be deadly to those who use them and to utility workers if the devices are not installed properly. The National Electric Code (NEC) requires that when anyone installs a portable electric generator, it must include a safety disconnect switch that will not allow the generator to feed power back into the utility lines. Unless the facility is equipped with a disconnect to the main power lines, electricity could "backfeed" into the utility line. This could result in damage to a neighbor's property or to the customer's own equipment - or it could present unseen hazards to utility employees working on outside power lines. ... (more info)
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Vernon Town Meeting 2018
 
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0:00:00 - Article 1: Election of Town Officers [Australian ballot] 0:00:00 - Article 2: Election of Town School District Officers [Australian ballot] 0:00:11 - Call to Order/Rules of Order 0:05:52 - Legislators Update: Sen. Becca Balint (Windham County) 0:10:23 - Article 3: Approve School Board Budget of $5,730,650 0:29:55 - Update on Sale of Vermont Yankee 0:33:58 - Article 4: Authorize General Fund Expenditures of $1,869,157 0:40:00 - Proposed Amendment to Article 4 - Total Expenditures of $1,831,413 - Josh Unruh 1:03:00 - General Expenses - General Fund 1:16:20 - Planning Budget - General Fund 1:16:30 - Recreation Budget - General Fund 1:27:42 - Buildings and Grounds Budget - General Fund 1:35:53 - Town Van Budget - General Fund 1:36:46 - Historians and South Side Museum Budget - General Fund 1:38:42 - Contracted Public Safety Services Budget - General Fund 2:16:17 - Fire Dept Budget - General Fund 2:16:34 - Rescue Budget - General Fund 2:16:45 - Other Public Safety Budget - General Fund 2:16:53 - Highway Maintenance Budget - General Fund 2:17:07 - Town Garage Operation Budget - General Fund 2:17:16 - Road Repair Budget - General Fund 2:18:54 - Article 5: Appropriate Library Fund Expenditures of $86,486 2:45:02 - Article 6-9: Elect Library Trustees 2:49:28 - Article 10: Elect Marsh Fund Committee 2:53:15 - Article 11: Elect Memorial Day Committee 2:53:54 - Article 12: Appropriate $1,89,457 for Capital Fund Expenditures 3:02:25 - Article 13: Appropriate $90,550 for Town Road Upgrading Fund 3:05:00 - Article 14: Appropriate $50,000 for Town Culvert Fund 3:06:06 - Article 15: Appropriate $2,500 for Town Parking Lot Maintenance Fund 3:07:26 - Article 16: Appropriate $25,000 for Professional Services Fund 3:11:59 - Article 17: Appropriate $26,963 for WSWMD 3:18:36 - Article 18: Appropriate $45,000 for Recycling and Compost 3:20:01 - Article 19: Appropriate $10,000 for Elderly Assistance Fund 3:21:01 - Article 20: Appropriate $800 for Vernon Historians 3:22:24 - Article 21: Appropriate $2000 for Public Fireworks Display 3:34:19 - Article 22: Appropriate $6,600 for SeVEDS 3:39:14 - Article 23: Appropriate $15,000 for operation of Emergency Management Office 3:43:50 - Article 24: Set the price of Cemetery Cremation lots at $100 3:46:11 - Article 25: Authorize Real and Personal Property taxes to Town Treasurer 3:47:13 - Article 26: Schedule 2019 Town Meeting at 9am on Tue 3/5/19 3:51:10 - Article 27: Approve Auditors Report 3:52:22 - Adjournment 3:54:00 - END
How to get more EMS Funding & Ambulance Funding
 
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http://www.holdsworth.com/ems-funding-ambulance-consulting/ http://youtu.be/uxF8Ndj6I1s EMS Consulting, EMS Consultant, Ambulance Consulting - Funding emergency service agencies is getting tougher every year. Insurance fee schedules, audits, software changes, rate reduction, disappearing governmental subsidies and decreasing returns on annual appeals and subscription programs. All of this in the face of increased expectations of our communities from terrorism readiness to an aging population that relies on the 911 system as it's healthcare safety net. Governmental relations Our experienced team can help you strategize and prepare to properly request, justify and defend your budget requests in new and more definitive ways. We can also assist you with the Community Relations that might be needed to sway the public to your side of the financial argument. Need help help developing and crafting a service contract? Multi-step fund raising programs Have you noticed that the results of your annual fund drive are dropping? The basic principles of direct response marketing have proven that sending a single annual fund drive letter is not enough. A targeted, personalized, multi-step campaign that changes from year to year will boost results. You should also target year round residents differently from seasonal ones and business owners differently than residents for maximum success. We offer fully customized campaigns using state-of-the-art direct mailing methods to insure targeted, deliverable mail at the best postal rates available. We provide full reporting of donors, bad addresses and non-replies so you can track your progress. We have access to every mailing address in the United States. Membership/subscription drives Have you noticed that the results of your annual subscription drive are dropping? When was the last time you increased your subscription fees? The basic principles of direct response marketing have proven that sending a single annual subscription mailing is not enough. A targeted, personalized, multi-step campaign that changes from year to year will boost results. You should also target year round residents differently from seasonal ones and business owners differently than residents for maximum success. We offer fully customized campaigns using state-of-the-art direct mailing methods to insure targeted, deliverable mail at the best postal rates available. We provide full reporting of members, bad addresses and non-replies so you can track your progress. We have access to every mailing address in the United States. Implementing ALS Bundle Billing If you are served by paramedics that 'intercept' your ambulances or if you're operating a paramedic service and your BLS agencies want to be able to recover monies to pay you...we can help. Members of our staff assisted in crafting the original legislation way back in 1996 that made bundle billing legal. We understand the nuances and can help you get craft the agreements to properly collect the reimbursement needed and available to fund your system. Reimbursement Management /Billing and Collections AmbulanceBill.com - Get the highest collection rates for your EMS service or Fire department! (provided by our sister company Holdsworth, Pelton & Associates) **Billing services currently available in Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. If your state is not listed...please call to discuss your needs (860) 638-1800. We offer a comprehensive approach to reimbursement. There are 'billing services' and then there's us. We give you an advantage...in depth industry knowledge that can help you manage your service better and enjoy better reimbursement returns. Fact: Virtually none of the EMS billing firms are run by experienced EMS consultants with a 30 year history of successful reimbursement operations. 30 years... ZERO issues with Medicare, Medicaid or any other insurance audits! That's a record that can help you outsource your billing and sleep peacefully at night knowing your funds are being handled safely. Beginning in 1988, we're the first and oldest billing firm in Connecticut processing claims for 31% of all of the services in the state that bill with a client retention rate of 93%. We keep our clients happy and they stay with us because of it. We've also had the privilege of advising clients in 15 other states on reimbursement issues. Put this experience to work for you... If you're not in one of our currently available states you can still use our award winning patient services web portal to help you communicate with your patients 24/7/365. holdsworth.com (860) 638-1800
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State Emergency Operations Center activated by Gov. Cuomo
 
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In anticipation of the major winter storm, Governor Cuomo announced that the State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) will be activated at 12 p.m. Friday to monitor the storm and coordinate response efforts. ‚ As a major winter storm approaches New York State, I have activated the Emergency Operations Center effective noon tomorrow to coordinate response efforts using all state and local resources, Governor Cuomo said. I urge New Yorkers to closely watch local news reports for weather updates and adjust their travel plans accordingly, including avoiding non-essential travel during and directly after the storm since roads will be icy with blizzard conditions in some places. ‚
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2014 Bag Lecture Series: Visualizing Critical Infrastructure - Todd Sears
 
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Bag Lecture Series: Visualizing Critical Infrastructure: The Challenges of Achieving Broad Spectrum Domain Awareness in Time of Crisis August 1 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM The State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) exists to provide leadership decision support and to enable operational coordination in time of crisis. It is the State nexus of information, interaction, and initiative during large scale emergency incidents. One primary responsibility of SEOC staff is to create and maintain a Common Operational Picture (COP) of the incident area in order to facilitate situational awareness and concomitant operational decisions. A key consideration of COP construction is to represent the myriad facilities and networks contained within the 16 Critical Infrastructure (CI) Sectors. The domain is broad and contains many dynamic pieces. Getting a solid grasp on the holistic CI picture, and then operationalizing it is rife with many challenges. The purpose of this talk is to review Vermont’s approach to CI in emergency management, discuss the need for a coherent CI picture in the SEOC, and to outline the main hurdles to achieving this requisite high fidelity About the speaker: Todd Sears is a Program Planner for the Homeland Security Section of DEMHS. His areas of responsibility are Critical Infrastructure Protection Management and Programmatic Monitoring. He was previously the Homeland Security Training Coordinator for the Vermont Fire Academy. A retired Commander in the US Navy, Todd has a BA in Philosophy and International Studies from the University of South Carolina, and an MA in Strategic Planning from the Naval Postgraduate School.
Harwich Oil Spill Response Drill June 12, 2017
 
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The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) sponsored a full-scale oil-spill-response training exercise in Harwich on June 12, 2017. The drill involved personnel from the Harwich and Dennis fire departments and harbormasters from Chatham, Harwich, and Dennis. The MassDEP Marine Oil Spill Prevention and Response Program Coordinator and members of the Emergency Response Section also participated in the exercise. Through the Commonwealth’s Marine Oil Spill Prevention and Response Program, MassDEP has prepositioned oil-spill response trailers in 70 coastal communities, including Harwich and Dennis, and developed Geographic Response Plans (GRPs) that identify sensitive areas to protect in the event of an oil spill. The purpose of the drill is to teach local first responders how to properly handle the boom equipment and then test the GRP in a live deployment drill. The exercise included a classroom session, equipment familiarization, and on-water containment-boom deployment at the mouth of the Herring River. Instructors from MassDEP contractor Nuka Research and MassDEP conducted the classroom portion of the drill covering Geographic Response Plans (GRP), booming tactics, incident command and control, and spill management and safety procedures. Immediately following the classroom portion, personnel from Moran Environmental—a MassDEP contractor—familiarized the participants with the trailer’s oil-spill equipment. The final phase of the drill took place at the mouth of the Herring River where containment booms were deployed. Once the boom deployment was completed, an oil surrogate material (peat moss) was released to test the effectiveness of the GRP tactic. The following agencies and organizations were involved in this training: • MassDEP • Harwich Fire Department • Dennis Fire Department • Harwich, Dennis, and Chatham Harbormasters • Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office • Barnstable County All Hazards Incident Management Team • United States Coast Guard • Nuka Research—MassDEP contractor • Moran Environmental—MassDEP contractor The Barnstable County All Hazards Incident Management Team (BCHIMT) used the exercise to simulate incident management over multiple operational periods. The Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office Command Post (S-39) provided communications, incident management support, and drone reconnaissance.
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Evacuation Table Top Exercise
 
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Rob Evans, VT School Safety Liaison, leads a facilitated dialogue about how your school might respond if a car caught on fire in front of your school
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FEMA at New Jersey State Fair
 
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FEMA's mitigation division attends multiple public events in storm affected communities to promote mitigation practices. Today they are at the Meadowlands New Jersey State Fair distributing information to help survivors of Superstorm Sandy prepare for any future storms or disaster.
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Federal Signal's IPAWS Demonstration
 
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Federal Signal's SmartMsg™ communications solution provides an effective capability for interface with FEMA's Integrated Public Alert Warning System (IPAWS). SmartMsg quickly bridges alerts from various authorities in order to expedite communications with critical emergency personnel, and to issue mass notifications to citizens whenever disaster strikes. This video is the presentation that was conducted by our team in conjunction with FEMA.
FEMA Trains !
 
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How FEMA is going to dispose of the handicapped and elderly .
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Strategic National Stockpile (SNS)
 
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Webisode 12: Scott Voss, Planning Section Chief for the Bureau of Emergency Preparedness at the Arizona Department of Health Services, describes the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) and the process by which it is requested, received and then distributed to Arizona's 15 counties. The SNS is managed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and, according to the CDC, consists of "large quantities of medicines and medical supplies to protect the American public" in case of a public health emergency that exhausts local inventory. (Source: http://www.bt.cdc.gov/stockpile/) Photos Courtesy: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Arizona Division of Emergency Management (ADEM) Find a transcript of this AzEIN webisode at http://bit.ly/lbLytu
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Operation "Deep Dig"
 
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The Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management called upon the Alaska National Guard to assist in disaster relief for the snow buried city of Cordova. The city requested support after a series of winter storms dropped nearly 18 feet of snow in the region. Nineteen hours after the mission was handed to them, the Alaska National Guard was assembled with necessary gear, independent of the community, and on its way to Cordova. Operation "Deep Dig" commenced on Jan. 9, 2012, under the direction of the incident commander in Cordova. City leadership provided a priority list of buildings that needed to be cleared to the Alaska National Guard who split into squads to execute the mission. The Alaska National Guard cleared roads, boats, and prevented the loss of many city and residential buildings during Operation "Deep Dig."
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Understanding How the REMS TA Center Supports Institutions of Higher Education
 
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Learn more about how the Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools Technical Assistance Center (REMS TA Center) supports institutions of higher education (IHEs). In this webinar, Madeline Sullivan, contracting officer’s representative for the REMS TA Center, and Janelle Hughes, director of communications for the REMS TA Center, provide an overview of the services, resources, and support systems available to IHEs. They showcase the REMS TA Center website and the sections it houses to support IHEs, as well as describe key resources that have been developed by federal partners in higher education safety, security, and emergency preparedness to support the development of high-quality emergency operations plans (EOPs) for IHEs.
Using Unmanned Aerial Systems in Transportation Planning and Emergency Response
 
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For the past two years a team from the UVM TRC and the Spatial Analysis Lab at the Rubenstein School has been piloting the use of UAS technology for a variety of purposes to improve planning, decision-making and responses to emergency in regard to transportation infrastructure and systems. Working broadly with industry, VTrans, regional planning commissions and towns the team has explored a variety of applications and value to the use of the UAS system and the analysis of the imagery that it can supply. This session will provide an overview of the project and an update on new ideas for future applications. The views and opinions expressed herein are entirely those of the author and do not represent the views of the Commercial Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Technologies Program, the U.S. Department of Transportation, or any of its Operating Administrations.
Hurricane Irene: Job well done for FEMA?
 
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FEMA director Craig Fugate says he hasn't receive much criticism about the federal response to Hurricane Irene.
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GOHSEP Disaster Response Exercise 2012
 
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Louisiana Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness and the Louisiana National Guard hold Disaster Response Exercise 2012
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Green Scene - Preparing for El Nino, Too Much Water
 
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Preparing for El Nino: Too Much Water! This El Nino is predicted to be the strongest ever. It could bring extreme rain events this winter to California. While that may help our drought situation, too much water can be both damaging and deadly. Come learn what you can do to prepare and protect your home and business from our top NOAA Weatherman and San Diego's Emergency Operations. Event Detail: El Niño could be one of the strongest on record The latest update from NOAA's Climate Prediction Center on the status of El Niño was released and forecasters are doubling down on the persistence of this event, and predicting big things for when it reaches its peak in the months to come. "We're predicting that this El Niño could be among the strongest El Niños on record, dating back to 1950." The strongest El Niño pattern recorded so far, since 1950, took place in 1997/98, when sea surface temperatures in the central region of the equatorial Pacific Ocean reached 4.14°F above normal. Current ocean temperatures along California's coast are 4-5°F above the norm. Great for fishing and swimming, but potentially disastrous for this winter. We need to be prepared -- as strong water flows cause more damage and deaths than any other catastrophe. Expert Speakers: Alex Tardy, is the warning coordination meteorologist at the National Weather Service in San Diego. Alex has worked at several locations across the country including Vermont, Virginia, Texas, and Utah in a variety of positions including senior weather forecasting duties and science operations officer. Alex is in charge of working with a variety of public and private partners to ensure that weather and hazard information and education is received in the most efficient ways to save lives and property. Alex received a bachelor of science in atmospheric science from the State University of New York in Albany. He has worked for the National Weather Service for 22 years Marlon King, San Diego Emergency Operations Services Mr King collaborates with local jurisdictions and business groups to provide emergency management planning in order to assist these agencies in preparing for, responding to, and recovering from any natural disaster or man-made incident. Emergency Operations Services consists of developing Emergency Operations Plans (EOP), Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP), Business Continuity Plans (BCP) all according to federal and state guidelines and standards. In addition to developing these plans, the only way to ensure that the plan will work is through training, testing, and exercising these plans, and the personnel responsible for their execution. He helps to develop training, discussion based and "boots on the ground" exercises to ensure that our clients are fully prepared for a real world event. Recorded on Thursday, Oct. 15th, 2015 @SIMCenter http://www. wrsc.org 1088 Third St., San Diego, CA 92101 Venue available for rent - (619) 234-1088
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FEMA PA Grants Portal Grants Manager Video Series: Event Setup
 
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Timeline: Introduction, 00:00 - 01:37; Events, 01:38 - 03:07; Import, 03:08 - 03:53; After Import, 03:54 - 05:48; Causes of Damage, 05:49 - 06:15; Open for PA, 06:16 - 06:27; Wrap Up/Support Information, 06:28 - 06:56. For more information, please contact us at: FEMA-PA-Grants@fema.dhs.gov
School Reunification - an in depth facilitated dialogue
 
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This facilitated dialogue is designed to go into depth with your staff about how your school would respond to a reunification event and to familiarize you with current school emergency operations plans, policies, and procedures.
Louisiana Police Handcuff Firefighter During Emergency Call
 
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A volunteer firefighter in New Roads, LA. was handcuffed and detained by police this week for refusing to move his vehicle during an emergency call. Credits and links: Prime source - http://www.infowars.com/louisiana-police-handcuff-firefighter-during-emergency-call/ WSJ Article - http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424127887323848804578608040780519904 Infowars article on Re-education Camps in America - http://www.infowars.com/leaked-u-s-army-document-outlines-plan-for-re-education-camps-in-america/ New Roads, Louisiana Case - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7b77WxIP-k Dad tasered and handcuffed trying to save son in fire - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCe906yzXFc#t=61 Cop Handcuffs Firefighter in California - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LasL-FjRuaA Watertown martial law - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHODO8hW10Q Visit our website: http://www.lincaustin.com To receive a FREE bumper sticker: http://lincaustin.com/gear/
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Introduction to EMAC
 
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This brief video introduces the Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC), an interstate mutual aid compact
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WIPP Public Hearing Safety During Recovery & Resumption of Operations Part 1
 
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DNFSB Public Hearing Safety During Recovery & Resumption of Operations April 29, 2015 Link to this upload AND parts two A, two B, two C HERE: http://livestream.com/rrv/DNFSBCarlsbad?origin=stream_live&mixpanel_id=13919f6f5d76f-012d99123-3d6f5475-c0000-13919f6f5d965&acc_id=12585921&medium=email (DNFSB stands for Defense Nuclear Facility Safety Board) Note: I edited out the break session. Link: DNFSB http://www.dnfsb.gov http://livestream.com/rrv/DNFSBCarlsbad ~~~~~~~~~~ AIB, corrective action plan, organic kitty litter, truck fire, radioactive release, safety concerns,sean sullivan, jesse reberson, perception is not reality, DNFSB public hearing, safety deterioration, new doe safety standard, WIPP: we clearly did not have it right, hazard analysis, DOE document, ventilation system and filtration, continuous air monitor, HEPA filter, hazard analysis, WIPP safety and recovery, lack of oversight, AIB corrective action plan, (...) ~~~~~~~ WIPP HEADLINES http://enenews.com/?s=wipp January 23rd, 2015 AP: Ceiling collapses at WIPP nuclear waste dump — Officials: Roof has separated — “Ground control a significant concern for all of us” — 6 other areas at risk due to ‘significant bolt loss’ — Failures are exceeding safety levels (VIDEO) December 1st, 2014 ‘Worst Case Scenario’ has happened at US nuclear site — Robert Redford film predicted 2014 WIPP disaster: Plutonium release due to chemical reaction in burst nuclear drum is ultimate catastrophe… Most significant issue is combustible waste exposed to high heat, everyone understands that (VIDEO) November 17th, 2014 “Patented explosives” reported inside plutonium waste drums at US nuclear facility — TV: So volatile, experts comparing it to ‘bomb’ — Official: I’m appalled we weren’t told about real and present danger — Over 5,000 drums a threat — Invisible reactions may have already occurred (VIDEO) November 11th, 2014 Radiation levels spike 7,000% at US nuclear site — Coming from Plutonium, Uranium, Americium, or other alpha emitters — AP: Workers shelter in buildings — Official: Contaminated sample is so safe “it could have been… put in someone’s lunch bucket” (VIDEO) September 19th, 2014 Reuters: Investigation suggests another drum with plutonium ruptured at US nuclear site — TV: “There are new concerns at WIPP that there could be another radiation leak” (VIDEO) September 11th, 2014 Plutonium found in city nearly 30 miles from US nuclear site — Newspaper: Explosion ‘melted through’ container causing radioactive release — More Pu-241 went airborne than all other types of plutonium combined, yet not included in test results September 6th, 2014 Top Official: “Really concerned” over radiation release at US nuclear site; Feds “have put a noose around scientific personnel”… they refuse to reveal crucial information about WIPP disaster — Investigators becoming suspicious — Nuclear Expert: “It sure seems like there’s a cover-up” (AUDIO) August 24th, 2014 LA Times: ‘Horrific Comedy’ at US Nuclear Site — “Mounds of radioactive white foam laced with plutonium” spewed out — Gov’t failed to do any radiation tests when releases peaked after ‘major’ leak — Experts: “Risk of additional eruptions is real” (VIDEO) August 2nd, 2014 Lab Director: Expect radiation spikes coming from US nuclear facility — Gov’t pays for more air monitors to see impact on populated areas — DOE warns of ‘ignitability’ of 368 containers at site; “Significant fire risk” — Top Official: Material at WIPP “just disintegrated… got very hot, very quickly” (VIDEO) July 24th, 2014 ‘Green burst’ and ‘criticality event’ under investigation by gov’t in connection with plutonium release at U.S. nuclear site #WIPP — Official: Underground fire may have initiated reaction in ruptured radioactive waste drum — Concern over possible arson/sabotage? (VIDEO) July 13th, 2014 Gov’t Report: Nuclear waste was up to 1,600°F during WIPP plutonium release — Concern that heat ‘chemically or physically changed’ contents of other drums — Increased hazard of spontaneous reaction… may have already occurred — Over 50 drums at risk (VIDEO) July 5th, 2014 Internal Memo: 10 times more WIPP nuclear drums risk exploding than media reported — Expert: Data shows increasing amount of radioactivity going into environment — Official: Something “caused drum to later catch fire”; Gov’t should investigate if truck fire & electrical surge led to the radiation release June 27th, 2014 Radiation spikes at WIPP nuclear facility — Hits highest levels since initial hours of radioactive release in February — Document link removed from official website — Gov’t analyzing samples for “potential impact on human heal
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Forklift Training - Basic Operations
 
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Western Carolina Forklift is one of the oldest and largest Nissan lift truck and material handling dealers in the U.S. serving all of North Carolina, and portions of Tennessee, Virginia, and Kentucky.
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State 9-1-1 Advisory Board Meeting - March 2012
 
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The State 9-1-1 Advisory Board advises the California 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Office on the following subjects: policies, practices and procedures for the Office; technical and operational standards for the California 9-1-1 system consistent with the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) standards; training standards for county coordinators and PSAP managers; budget, funding, and reimbursement decisions related to the State Emergency Number Account; proposed projects and studies conducted or funded by the State Emergency Number Account, and expediting the rollout of Enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II technology.
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How do communities recover after a disaster?
 
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Bryan Crousore, CWS Emergency Response Specialist, explains the concept of "long-term recovery" from disasters.
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(RARE!!!) Hurricane Statement (EAS #237) {READ DESC.}
 
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...DANGEROUS HURRICANE IRENE TO IMPACT THE REGION SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY NIGHT... .NEW INFORMATION... HURRICANE AND TROPICAL STORM WATCHES HAVE BEEN ISSUED. .AREAS AFFECTED... THIS LOCAL STATEMENT PROVIDES IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND RECOMMENDED ACTIONS FOR PEOPLE AND MARINE INTERESTS IN SELECT LOCATIONS AND COASTAL WATER LEGS OF SOUTHEASTERN NEW YORK... NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY...SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT AND ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS. .WATCHES/WARNINGS... A HURRICANE WATCH CONTINUES FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS... NORTHERN FAIRFIELD...NORTHERN NEW HAVEN...NORTHERN MIDDLESEX... NORTHERN NEW LONDON...SOUTHERN FAIRFIELD...SOUTHERN NEW HAVEN... SOUTHERN MIDDLESEX...SOUTHERN NEW LONDON...EASTERN PASSAIC... HUDSON...WESTERN BERGEN...EASTERN BERGEN...WESTERN ESSEX... EASTERN ESSEX...WESTERN UNION...EASTERN UNION...PUTNAM... ROCKLAND...NORTHERN WESTCHESTER...SOUTHERN WESTCHESTER...NEW YORK (MANHATTAN)...BRONX...RICHMOND (STATEN ISLAND)...KINGS (BROOKLYN)...NORTHWESTERN SUFFOLK...NORTHEASTERN SUFFOLK... SOUTHWESTERN SUFFOLK...SOUTHEASTERN SUFFOLK...NORTHERN QUEENS... NORTHERN NASSAU...SOUTHERN QUEENS AND SOUTHERN NASSAU. FOR MARINE INTERESTS...A HURRICANE WATCH CONTINUES FOR ALL OF LONG ISLAND AND CONNECTICUT COASTAL WATERS AND NEW YORK HARBOR. A TROPICAL STORM WATCH CONTINUES FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS... WESTERN PASSAIC...ORANGE. A FLOOD WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR ALL OF SOUTHEASTERN NEW YORK... NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY AND SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT. PLEASE LISTEN CLOSELY FOR ANY FLOOD WARNINGS THAT MIGHT BE IN EFFECT FOR YOUR AREA. PLEASE CHECK THE LATEST PUBLIC AND MARINE FORECASTS FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT ADDITIONAL HAZARDS. .STORM INFORMATION... AT 7 AM EDT...THE CENTER OF HURRICANE IRENE WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 29.3N...LONGITUDE 77.2W. THIS WAS ABOUT 810 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF NEW YORK CITY NY...OR ABOUT 860 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF MONTAUK POINT NY. STORM MOTION WAS N OR 360 DEGREES AT 14 MPH. STORM INTENSITY WAS 110 MPH. .SITUATION OVERVIEW... HURRICANE IRENE IS FORECAST TO TRACK NORTH ALONG THE EASTERN SEABOARD OVER THE NEXT 48 HOURS...WITH THE OUTER BANDS FROM IRENE LIKELY BEGINNING TO IMPACT THE AREA LATE SATURDAY INTO SATURDAY EVENING. CONDITIONS ARE THEN LIKELY TO RAPIDLY DETERIORATE IN TORRENTIAL RAIN AND STRENGTHENING WINDS LATE SATURDAY NIGHT. THE WORST CONDITIONS ARE LIKELY LATE SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH INCREASING POTENTIAL FOR DAMAGING WINDS...FLOODING RAINS...AND SIGNIFICANT COASTAL FLOODING ACROSS MUCH OF THE REGION. IT IS TOO EARLY TO PROVIDE EXACT WIND AND SURGE FORECAST VALUES FOR SPECIFIC LOCATIONS. DEPENDING ON THE EXACT TRACK...INTENSITY AND TIMING OF HURRICANE IRENE...THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR MODERATE TO MAJOR COASTAL FLOODING DAMAGE IF THE GREATEST SURGE COINCIDES WITH THE TIMES OF HIGH TIDES SUN MORNING AND/OR SUNDAY EVENING. THIS SURGE WILL BE EXACERBATED BY BATTERING SURF. THE POTENTIAL EXISTS FOR AN AXIS OF 5 TO 10 INCHES OF RAINFALL ACROSS THE REGION...WITH LOCALLY EVEN HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE. BASED ON RECENT HEAVY RAINS...IF THESE RAINFALL AMOUNTS OCCUR...MODERATE TO MAJOR RIVER FLOODING IS LIKELY AT NUMEROUS SITES ACROSS OUR TRI-STATE RIVER BASINS. IN ADDITION...SIGNIFICANT AND WIDESPREAD URBAN AND POOR DRAINAGE FLOODING WILL ALSO BE AN ISSUE. AS A RESULT A FLOOD WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR THE AREA. SEE LATEST FORECAST FOR LATEST INFORMATION. .PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... FOR THOSE UNDER A WATCH...NOW IS THE TIME TO BEGIN PREPARING YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS ACCORDING TO YOUR HURRICANE DISASTER PLAN. LISTEN FOR POSSIBLE WARNINGS AND BE READY TO EVACUATE IF NECESSARY. HEED THE ADVICE OF LOCAL OFFICIALS AND COMPLY WITH ANY ORDERS THAT ARE ISSUED. FOR INTERESTS AT PORTS...DOCKS...AND MARINAS...IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU PERFORM THE PRESCRIBED PREPARATIONS ACCORDING TO YOUR EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN FOR TROPICAL CYCLONES. IF YOU LIVE ON A BOAT...BEGIN TO SAFELY SECURE YOUR CRAFT AND MAKE PLANS TO LEAVE IT FOR ADEQUATE LAND BASED SHELTER. LISTEN FOR POSSIBLE WARNINGS. REGARDING THE COASTAL WATERS UNDER A WATCH...SMALL CRAFT SHOULD RETURN TO PORT OR SEEK SAFE HARBOR. CLOSELY MONITOR NOAA WEATHER RADIO OR OTHER LOCAL NEWS OUTLETS FOR OFFICIAL STORM INFORMATION. LISTEN FOR POSSIBLE CHANGES TO THE FORECAST. FOR ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONARY AND PREPAREDNESS INFORMATION... PLEASE REFER TO THE DETAILED RECOMMENDATIONS RELATIVE TO YOUR LOCATION AS FURTHER DESCRIBED BY YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE AND YOUR LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. && .NEXT UPDATE... THE NEXT LOCAL STATEMENT WILL BE ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN UPTON AROUND 1230 PM...OR SOONER IF CONDITIONS WARRANT.
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SWIFTWATER RESCUE AWARENESS POWERPOINT PREVIEW
 
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This presentation introduces students to swiftwater rescue incident operations. Students will learn to recognize the need for water search and rescue; implement an assessment plan; identify the resources necessary to conduct safe and effective water operations; implement the emergency response plan system for water incidents; implement site control and scene management; recognize general hazards associated with swiftwater. Estimated teaching time is 4 hours. Over 100 slides in length. Meets NFPA 1006 & 1670 training requirements for Awareness training.
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Adding International Incidents to Your Campus All-Hazard Emergency Response Plan
 
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In this webinar, Pascal Schuback, former Global Emergency Manager at the University of Washington and Director at Humanitarian Toolbox, presents essential elements needed to expand your campus all-hazard emergency response plan to include international incidents. Pascal provides information on study abroad programs (faculty-led and independent), academic research, athletics, and general university travelers. He discusses the international role for each phase of emergency management (planning, response, recovery, and mitigation) as well as the international-specific committees, resources, simple training, and exercises to work through for a better understanding of possible risks. This captioned recording includes the questions asked and answered during the live webinar.
America’s Environmental Crises. Jeremy B.C. Jackson Interview
 
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SciQ’s Jayde Lovell interviews ecologist, conservationist and emeritus professor at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and senior scientist at the Smithsonian Institution Jeremy B.C. Jackson. Buy 'Breakpoint: Reckoning with America's Environmental Crises' here: http://a.co/eP3Vh9Y Watch Jeremy B.C. Jackson's TED talk here: https://www.ted.com/speakers/jeremy_jackson About 'Breakpoint' Eminent ecologist Jeremy B. C. Jackson and award-winning journalist Steve Chapple traveled the length of the Mississippi River interviewing farmers, fishermen, scientists, and policymakers to better understand the mounting environmental problems ravaging the United States. Along their journey, which quickly expands to California, Florida, and New York, the pair uncovered surprising and profound connections between ecological systems and environmental crises across the country. Artfully weaving together independent research and engaging storytelling, Jackson and Chapple examine the looming threats from recent hurricanes and fires, industrial agriculture, river mismanagement, extreme weather events, drought, and rising sea levels that are pushing the country toward the breaking point of ecological and economic collapse. Yet, despite these challenges, the authors provide optimistic and practical solutions for addressing these multidimensional issues to achieve greater environmental stability, human well‑being, and future economic prosperity. With a passionate call to action, they look hopefully toward emerging and achievable solutions to preserve the country’s future. SCIQ ON THE YOUNG TURKS Produced by Jayde Lovell and Bec Susan Gill. ScIQ is a partner of the The Young Turks Network. Follow SciQ on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ScIQ_TYT Support ScIQ on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sciQ Follow SciQ on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sciq.tyt?ref=hl Follow ScIQ on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sciq_tyt/ Follow Jayde on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jaydelovell Follow Jayde on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jaydelovell Support The Young Turks by Subscribing http://www.youtube.com/user/theyoungturks Like Us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theyoungturks Follow Us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/theyoungturks Support TYT for FREE by doing your Amazon shopping through this link (bookmark it!) http://www.amazon.com/?tag=theyoungturks-20 Get your TYT swag: http://www.shoptyt.com Support The Young Turks by becoming a member of TYT Nation at http://www.tytnetwork.com/member-options/ Your membership supports the day to day operations and is vital for our continued success and growth. In exchange, we provided members only bonuses! We tape a special Post Game show Mon-Thurs and you get access to the entire live show at your convenience in video, audio and podcast formats.
Views: 1181 TYT Interviews
Findings of the 2016 National Higher Education Emergency Management Program Needs Assessment
 
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This presentation is part of the National Center for Campus Public Safety’s (NCCPS’s) free webinar series, Campus Public Safety Online. André Le Duc discusses the five final recommendations, which were vetted and refined by an advisory committee, of the 2016 National Higher Education Emergency Management Program Needs Assessment. The findings are part of a study requested and sponsored by the NCCPS, the Disaster Resilient Universities® Network, and the International Association of Emergency Managers-Universities and Colleges Caucus. Data was collected from a survey of emergency management practitioners at institutions of higher education (IHEs), targeted interviews, case studies, discussions at a summit of representatives from IHEs, and input from a project advisory committee. The assessment looked at campus emergency management needs from an all-hazards and all-phases (e.g. preparedness, threat assessment, mitigation, response, continuity, and recovery) perspective. André is Associate Vice President of Safety and Risk Services (SRS) and the Chief Resilience Officer of the University of Oregon. The SRS portfolio provides leadership, expertise, and guidance on a variety of topics related to risk management, law enforcement, occupational health and safety, fire and life safety, environmental management, emergency management and business continuity. André's professional career and academic research are focused on the development of community and organizational resilience.
Birmingham Children's Hospital future plans / The youngest patient for a pacemaker operation
 
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This piece first broadcast on 11 Jun 2012. Televised on UK's regional television BBC1 West Midlands. Programme (Program) -- Midlands Today.
Views: 993 BhamUrbanNewsUK