MI Emergency Preparedness Task Force (Rev 6/11/13)



Mission

To effectively coordinate response among local organizations in the event of a local disaster or emergency.

The Emergency Preparedness Task Force is currently comprised of MIEP, EJFR, Fort Flagler, Indian Island, Red Cross.

(Post a msg to our mailing list with suggested changes/improvements. Pete)

    Emergency Preparedness Task Force members

    Click here to view messages on the mailing list. Click here to post a message to the mailing list. 

    MIEP

    Contact:  MIEP Team

    East Jefferson Fire and Rescue (EJFR)

    Contact:  Kurt Steinbach, 360-385-1045, kurtsteinbach@hotmail.com

    Fort Flagler

    Contact: Mike Zimmerman, Area Manager Fort Flagler State Park, Mike.Zimmerman@parks.wa.gov, 360-385-1259

    Indian Island

    Contact: Dan Baker, Emergency Management Officer, NAVMAG II, W: (360)396-7407 (5363), C: (360)340-2779, daniel.g.baker@navy.mil 

    Red Cross:

    Contact: Norma Wieman, Red Cross volunteer, mstonemagic@olympus.net, 379-3777.  Back-up: Doug Anable, ahug@olympus.net  Other Red Cross volunteers on MI are Sandy and Bob Barrett and ? 

    Communicating with the Task Force


    Click here to view my request that all MIEP and MIEP-TF members subscribe to the  miep-tf@googlegroups.com  mailing list.  

    To: mi-ep@googlegroups.com; miep-tf@googlegroups.com
    Cc: mstonemagic@olympus.net; ahug@olympus.net

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    Next meeting and agenda

    Next meeting is 6/21/2013. Click here to view the agenda.

    Future meetings

    Future meetings will be held quarterly (March, June, September, December) on the third (3rd) Friday. 2013: 6/21; 9/20; 12/20
      
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    Minutes and mailing list topics

    • Click here to view the index of MIEP and MIEP-TF (Task Force) minutes.
    • Click here to view message archives for MIEP
    • Click here to view message archives for MIEP-TF

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    Discussion Topics

    1. Food
    2. Medical supplies
    3. Shelter
    4. Fuel
    5. Generators
    6. Plans
      1. Communication
      2. Evacuation
      3. Transportation
      4. Response to civil unrest

    FEMA Training


    http://training.fema.gov/IS/crslist.asp?page=2

    We amateur radio folk are required to have passed:
    1. IS-100A Intro to Incident Command Program
    2. IS-200A ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action
    3. IS-700A National Incident Management System (NIMS)
    4. IS-800A National response Framework  
    Happy reading,

    Owen 

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