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


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. 


    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


    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

    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


    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


    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,