MYN and MIEP Skills and Equipment names with codes

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Please help other Island Neighborhoods and the Island

Congratulations and thank you for attending your Map Your Neighborhood (MYN) meeting. You are helping us to better prepare ourselves for a disaster.

During your meeting you identified your needs and the skills and equipment that you would make available to those who attended your MYN meeting. The MIEP Data Team would like to ask you to share some or all of your information with us so we might be able help other Island Neighborhoods and the Island with your resources, or other Neighborhoods could help you with your needs. Keep in mind that, if a disaster occurs, and we ask you, you have no obligation to provide that resource.

The MIEP Data Team is made up of twelve (12) Island volunteers: one primary and one alternate Section Coordinator for each of the six (6) Sections of the Island.

Where to send your help codes

Please review the list of help codes on the other side of this page (or below). Circle a maximum of nine (9) help codes that you wish to share with the MIEP Data Team. Then send an email to the MIEP Data Team at miep-data-team@googlegroups.com. In the Body, type ONLY the list of two-character help codes you circled followed by your name and street address.

Who sees and what happens to your information?

Besides the attendees at your MYN meeting, only the twelve (12) volunteers of the MIEP Data Team will have access to your information.

One member will add your information to the restricted MIEP Data Base (DB). Access to the DB is restricted to the MIEP Data Team. When a disaster occurs, anyone on the Team can access and search the DB to find a resource that is needed and that is closest to where it is needed. If you have that resource, someone will try to contact you to see if you still have that resource. If you do, they will try to make arrangements to get it to someone on the Island who needs it.

Please imagine that you need a resource and your Neighborhood does not have it. Where would you get it? We hope that your Section Coordinator will be able to search the DB and find someone on the Island who has that resource and is willing to share it with you.

To prepare for a disaster, periodically the MIEP Data Team members will print off their Sections portion of the DB. There is a very remote chance that that printout might be seen by others.

The skills and equipment (S&E) you listed in your MYN meeting are a subset of the list below. Click here to view a sorted version that places those S&Es at the top.

List of needs and resources with help codes

1a Special needs

1b Disabled

1c Need ambulatory assistance

1d Need special medication

1e Minors at home

1f Elder(s) at home

1g Pet(s) at home

2a Medical provider

2b Physician

2c Nurse

2d EMT

2e First Aid Training

2f Some CERT training

2g CERT Instructor

2h Vet

3a Special skills

3b Coordinate and Organize

3c Search and Rescue

3d Fire-fighting

3e Policing

3f Elder Care

3g Child care

3h Crisis counseling

3i Carpenter

3j Electrician

3k Plumber

4a Communications equipment

4b Cellular phone

4c CB;

4d FRS (Family Radio Service) (Walkie-talkies)

4e GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) (Walkie-talkies)

4f Amateur (HAM) Radio

4g VHF marine on boat

4h Commercial radio

4i Vehicle radios (AM/FM)

4j NOAA radio

5a Special Equipment

5b First aid and medical supplies

5c Generator;

5d Lifting (jacks)

5e Strong Rope

5f Ladder

5g Crow bar

5h Earth moving

5i Cutting/welding

5j Hauling (trailers)

5k Fire extinguishers

5l Chain saw

5m Cum-along/winch

6a Transportation

6b Car;

6c Van;

6d Truck;

6e Multiple vehicles

6f Off road vehicle/s

6g Boat, Power

6h Golf cart

6i Bicycle

6j Recreational vehicle (RV)

7a Shelter and Food

7b Extra bedroom

7c Tents

7d Sleeping bag/spare bedding

7e Non-electric cooking facilities, camp stove

7f Wood stove/wood heat

7g Extra habitable structure/s

7h Freezer food;

7i Bulk food

8a Water Supply

8b Less than 500 gal potable

8c 500-1000 gal potable

8d greater than 1000 gal or continuous flow potable ie well/generator

8e 1000-5000 gal non potable

8f 5000-25000 gal non potable

8g greater than 25000 gal, continuous flow or pond

9a Materials

9b lumber;

9c steel;

9d rock;

9e dirt;

9f firewood

9g cooking charcoal

9h extra gasoline/diesel