The agency tasked with preparing the U.S. for disasters, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), just left the country woefully unprepared for climate change. SOURCES: [i] NPR. FEMA Drops 'Climate Change' From Its Strategic Plan. Mar. 15, 2018. https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/03/15/594140026/fema-drops-climate-change-from-its-strategic-plan [ii]Globalchange.gov. National Climate Assessment https://nca2014.globalchange.gov/ [iii] NPR. FEMA Drops 'Climate Change' From Its Strategic Plan. Mar. 15, 2018. https://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2018/03/15/594140026/fema-drops-climate-change-from-its-strategic-plan [iv] Ibid [v] Bloomberg. FEMA Strips Mention of ‘Climate Change’ From Its Strategic Plan. Mar. 15th. 2018. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-15/fema-strips-mention-of-climate-change-from-its-strategic-plan #YEARSproject
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The Ellis County Observer publisher Joey G. Dauben takes a look at the battery of Ellis County's Emergency Operations Plan documents. Some of the contents may surprise you.
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The National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) is a federally coordinated system within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response. NDMS augments the Nation's medical response capability. The overall purpose of the NDMS is to supplement an integrated National medical response capability for assisting State and local authorities in dealing with the medical impacts of major peacetime disasters and to provide support to the military and the Department of Veterans Affairs medical systems in caring for casualties evacuated back to the U.S. from overseas armed conventional conflicts. The National Response Framework utilizes the National Disaster Medical System (NDMS), as part of the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Preparedness and Response, under Emergency Support Function #8 (ESF #8), Health and Medical Services, to support Federal agencies in the management and coordination of the Federal medical response to major emergencies and federally declared disasters including: Natural Disasters Major Transportation Accidents Technological Disasters Acts of Terrorism including Weapons of Mass Destruction Events About National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) Our Vision To serve the Federal response by providing disaster medical care to the nation. Our Mission It is the mission of the National Disaster Medical System to temporarily supplement Federal, Tribal, State and Local capabilities by funding, organizing, training, equipping, deploying and sustaining a specialized and focused range of public health and medical capabilities. Components of the National Disaster Medical System -Medical response to a disaster area in the form of personnel, teams and individuals, supplies, and equipment. -Patient movement from a disaster site to unaffected areas of the nation. -Definitive medical care at participating hospitals in unaffected areas.
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Make a resolution to crush Ebola: http://donate.EbolaSurvivalFund.org The Ebola Survival Fund supports a coalition of community-based organizations working in Liberia and Sierra Leone. All programming funded by the Ebola Survival Fund support existing national plans in both Liberia and Sierra Leone in coordination with the United Nations Ebola response effort in order to fill key gaps in communities in rural areas. The Ebola Survival Fund is grateful to UNICEF for its support. Partners In Health, BRAC, Wellbody Alliance, Last Mile Health, Shine On Sierra Leone, Taia Peace Foundation & Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa are joining forces to crush Ebola now. With your support, we can bring a permanent end to this epidemic. We can increase survival rates and assist Liberian and Sierra Leonean communities and community-focused groups in their efforts to respond to the crisis, survive…then thrive. For more information, please visit: www.EbolaSurvivalFund.org
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This webinar, led by LANDFIRE Business Lead Henry Bastian, will cover more than a decade old program (LANDFIRE) at producing and updating land cover data products across all 50 United States and insular areas. Although many have thought of LANDFIRE as only a wildland fire data set, the rich array of data layers and databases (vegetation type, cover, and height; successional state and transition models and database; to national plot and polygon databases) have fundamentally improved information integration and decision support for managers, scientists, and leadership across fire, habitat, and natural resources management. This presentation will explore the past comprehensive suite of data that leads to the future in advancing data integration, partnerships in authoritative data sources, and improving mapping change with engagement and user feedback as a key tenant. Consistent wall to wall data provides a strong foundation for the future national remap project with the goal of improved data quality. Federal, State, Tribal, Researcher, Academics, and local managers are provided with a consistent data framework that can be used across multiple levels and efforts. Henry Bastian is a natural resources manager in the DOI Office of Wildland Fire Boise, ID. for enterprise systems and data (NFPORS, IFTDSS, LANDFIRE). Prior to this he worked in Washington, DC on the implementation of LANDFIRE; wildland fire performance measures and reporting through the DOI Strategic Plan; budget; chair of the Woody Biomass Utilization Group, & Emergency Management coordinator - Emergency Support Functions (ESF) and National Response Framework (NRF).
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The following b-roll is being provided to broadcast media outlets, and represents video footage of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) National Response Coordination Center (NRCC). The NRCC, a multi-agency center based at FEMA headquarters in Washington, D.C., remains activated. The NRCC provides overall coordination of the federal response by bringing together federal departments and agencies to assist in the preparations for and response to disasters. Select emergency support functions are activated to support state operations. FEMA's NRCC has been activated since Saturday, October 27th in preparation for the response and recovery efforts associated with Hurricane Sandy. "3rdID8487" is the LARGEST military videos channel on YouTube! Over 1.4 Million views a month. Use the channel search bar or look through the playlist, or just browse to see more of the types of videos you like. "3rdID8487" is my old military unit and years. More video posted almost every day. Don't forget to like us (the military "us") on Facebook at "US Military" and get the latest HI RES military photos also! Over 12000 photos in over 500 Albums plus more. Check it out. All branches are represented. ATTENTION!! We are moving! Because of YouTube's new policy against military related videos and on where advertisers are allowed to put their Ads, we must move our videos. Join us at our new home! WWW.USMILITARYVIDEOS.NET! You will find videos and photos not found here on YouTube!! Plus forums to discuss all things military related! You can even post your thoughts there! Plus Sports, Outdoors, Snipers Hide, Shooting, Hunting and Fishing pages! Questions or comments email firstname.lastname@example.org Want to win $5000 worth of ammo!?!?!? Thought that would get your attention! Here at US Military Videos & Photos we have partnered with USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association) to bring you this great chance at some great benefits! Our founder and owner, Chris Wagoner, is a life member of USCCA and believes in it completely! Why listen to him you say? Because he is a 33 year+ cop and police firearms instructor. He knows firearms! USCCA is a great association that is designed to protect and educate the armed citizen! If you are thinking of carrying a firearm for self-protection, already carry one, have firearms in your home or know someone that does, this is for you! USCCA provides education through its training courses, DVD’s and books. Online resources are first class and very well done. The USCCA magazine “Concealed Carry” is full of great tips, gear reviews, and legal information every responsible gun owner should know. If that was all they did that would be enough to check them out, but what is one of the best benefits is that they will provide legal protection for you if you are involved in that life and death incident where you use your firearm for self-defense! That’s right they have insurance for your firearms and also will provide legal counsel if you need them because of a shooting incident. That alone is worth the membership fees! The piece of mind of knowing you are protected by USCCA in that time of chaos and emotional turmoil is worth it. So what do you have to do to get in on this $5000 ammo give away and check out the fantastic benefits of USCCA? Just click here - http://goo.gl/mMwJWd . Did we mention there would be 5 winners not just 1? 120,000 members can’t be wrong. We are moving! Come join us!! Join us at our new home! www.usmilitaryvideos.net! You will find videos and photos not found here on YouTube or elsewhere!! Plus forums to discuss all things military related! You can even post your thoughts there! We have become part of the www.Scout.com network and they have everything from sports to firearms to of course Military related items and great premium content for everyone!! Questions or comments email email@example.com Our videos are provided by the Department of Defense, and NATO TV. They are all Public Domain and not able to be copyrighted as products of the US Government. Please visit our homepage at www.usmilitaryvideos.net. Questions or comments email firstname.lastname@example.org Did you know we have forums where you can discuss anything related to the Military and anything else you want? Join us on the forums to talk about the U.S. Military and share your thoughts on our page and videos and photos! Forums - http://www.scout.com/military/us-military-videos/forums Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/usmilitaryvideos/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/3rdID8487 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/militaryvideos/ Flickr - https://www.flickr.com/photos/usmilitary/ Blogspot - http://usmilitaryvideos.blogspot.com/ Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/102343196153151704862/+3rdID8487/posts
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Published on Jan 15, 2013 http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/event-status/event/2013/2013011... AUTOMATIC REACTOR SCRAM FROM 100% POWER DUE TO A TURBINE/GENERATOR TRIP "Actuation of RPS [Reactor Protection System] with reactor critical. The Reactor Scram occurred at 1805 [CST] 01/14/13 from 100% CTP [Core Thermal Power]. The cause of scram appears to be a Turbine Generator Trip. "05-S-01-EP-2 RPV Control, Reactor Scram ONEP [Off Normal Event Procedure] 05-1-02-I-1, and Turbine and Generator Trips ONEP 05-1-02-1-2 were entered to mitigate the transient with all systems responding as designed. No loss of offsite or ESF power occurred. No ECCS initiation signals were reached and no ECCS or Diesel Generator initiation occurred. "All control rods are fully inserted. MSIVs remained open and SRVs lifted and reseated as designed. Currently, reactor water level is being maintained by the Condensate and Feedwater system in the normal band and reactor pressure is being controlled via Main Turbine Bypass valves to the main condenser. There are no challenges to Primary or Secondary Containment at this time." The licensee notified the NRC Resident Inspector. FAIR USE NOTICE: Any copyrighted (©) material is made available to advance understanding of ecological, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, moral, ethical, and social justice issues, which constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. Nuclear Regulatory Commission daily reports (what's happening at nuclear plants near you): http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/event-status/event/2013/ Union of Concerned Scientists (watchdog over NRC): http://www.ucsusa.org/nuclear_power/ NRC ADAMS Public Documents http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/adams.html U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 24-Hour Center for Emergencies number 301-816-5100 Safety or security concern line 1-800-695-7403 General help or information line 1-800-397-4209 Switch Board: Toll free: 1-800-368-5642 | Local: 301-415-7000 http://www.nrc.gov/about-nrc/contactus.html EPA National Response Center 1-800-424-8802 http://www.epa.gov/epahome/violations.htm How close is your home to a nuclear power plant? http://money.cnn.com/news/specials/nuclear_power_plants_locations/ Arnie Gundersen/Fairewinds Energy Education: http://www.fairewinds.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/fairewindsenergy in Japanese: http://www.fairewinds.com/ja NUCLEAR EDUCATION & AWARENESS: People & Power - Danger Zone: Ageing Nuclear Reactors http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1hEM7KwSRc Stop Nuclear Welfare http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIaE2r2rGKk Jeremy Rifkin - a brighter perspective on nuclear industry (keep watching - it's in English) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgFyYkXbHyg Wyden at Senate Energy on rising sea level: This is a wake-up call for nuclear policy makers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oSfrPXJ2Mw Revisiting Gundersen: NRC's Nuclear Emergency Planning for the US Has NO Basis in Reality http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dfS-zu4liw An American Nuclear Tragedy: A Little Known Nuclear Facility in Paducah, Kentucky http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1BLMosusRI Going Nuclear: What is the Future of Nuclear Energy in the U.S.? (Arnie Gundersen on Aljazeera) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUvL5vIU364 Nuclear 101 - Advantages & Disadvantages of Splitting Atoms to Boil Water http://www.fairewinds.com/content/nuclear-power-101-fairewinds-examines-funda... Deficiencies of Georgia's Two Recently Approved AP1000 Reactors @ Vogtle NPP http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdSllEcc-No NRC GRANTS DESIGN CERTIFICATION TO WESTINGHOUSE AP1000® http://www.multivu.com/mnr/53908-nrc-grants-design-certification-to-westingho... Fighting Two New Vogtle Nuclear Reactors In Georgia (Dr. Caldicott IFYOULOVETHISPLANET.ORG) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wdt93F-6wlw Nuclear Power Whistleblowers Charge Federal Regulators With Favoring Secrecy Over Safety http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/04/nuclear-power-whistleblowers_n_22321... Nuclear Insanity! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQNU34ZEbwg How Citizen Scientists can Sample Radiation (Arnie Gundersen/Marco Kaltofen) http://fairewinds.org/content/how-citizen-scientists-can-sample-radiation Category Education License Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed)
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The ESF-8 partners that deal with Fatality Management are often misunderstood. The agencies and organizations have to be nimble as their scope varies with the size and type of incident. A community's Medical Examiner or Coroner has complete jurisdiction over the deceased and are responsible for many vital tasks such as: Recovery efforts, Setting up temporary morgues, Identifying victims, and collecting postmortem data. These Partners are also tasked with notifying families and assisting those families with final arrangements. The Kansas Funeral Directors Association Disaster Team is available in our region when the medical examiner's office resources are taxed. This team is made up of Funeral Directors from all over the State that volunteer to assist in the vital mission of managing fatalities. When local, regional, & state resources are stretched thin, the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT) is a federal resource that can be called in. For more information visit http://ksesf8.org/ or e-mail email@example.com.
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Defense Flash News: Video: ESF-10 Hurricane Maria Response Mission Overview SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO 03.04.2018 Video by Lara Davis U.S. Coast Guard District 13 Chief Petty Officer Laura Dovico and Petty Officer 1st Class Jimmy Romero share an overview of the ESF-10 Hurricane Maria Puerto Rico Response mission. The ESF-10 unified response team focused specifically on the removal of impacted vessels to prevent spills of oil and other hazardous materials. ESF-10 partner agencies included the U.S. Coast Guard, Puerto Rico Department of Natural and Environmental Resources, Environmental Protection Agency, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and contracted salvage companies. With $35 million in FEMA funds assigned to the mission, response teams removed or mitigated 376 vessels, approximately 25,000 gallons of oily water, and over 2 million pounds of solid waste from the environment. TAGS,USCG,Puerto Rico,NOAA,FEMA,San Juan,Ponce,U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,Coast Guard,EPA,Salinas,Fajardo,Vieques,ESF-10,Hurricane Maria,Culebra,Vessel removal,Isleta Marina,pollution mitigation,Jobos,Puerto Rico Department of Environmental and Natural Resources SUBSCRIBE ME PLEASE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAlZ-9e75wau2hY_wWFliNA PLEASE CHECK OUT FOR MORE VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgt2lndbOCnYwrhRgL3jhp_RKJ_I9XrPC
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Members from the U.S. Coast Guard and the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources conduct dive operations at Sea Lovers' Marina in Fajarda, Puerto Rico, Nov. 9, 2017. The goal of the operation was to record the vessel identification numbers on sunken vessels to locate the owners and form a salvage plan following Hurricane Maria. The Maria ESF-10 PR Unified Command, consisting of the Department of Natural and Environmental Resources, U.S. Coast Guard, in conjunction with the Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Control Board, Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. and Fish & Wildlife Service, is responding to vessels found to be damaged, displaced, submerged or sunken. Part of the ESF-10 mission is protecting sensitive habitat and threatened and endangered species from the impacts of pollution caused by damaged vessels. The ESF-10 is the framework by which federal support is coordinated with state agencies in response to actual or potential oil spills or hazardous material releases. U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Lauren Steenson.
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Closed captioning is available in English, Chinese, German, Hindi, Italian, Khmer, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, and Vietnamese. [Transcript:] During and after a disaster, the affected communities try to figure out how to recover and rebuild to a new normal. They also work on mitigation solutions to reduce the risk of damage from the next disaster. The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) is scalable and flexible guidance on how the whole community can build, sustain, and coordinate delivery of recovery capabilities. The focus of the NDRF is to help prepare the community to recover, regardless of the size of the disaster, and encourages an inclusive recovery process which brings together traditional and nontraditional whole community partners to lead, manage, coordinate and participate in recovery efforts while increasing the community’s resilience. An important focus of the framework is that the community leads their recovery process and they have a realistic, well-planned, and a clearly communicated plan for a successful recovery. The framework explains how whole community partners – emergency managers, government agencies, private sector, nongovernmental organizations, and the public – collaborate and coordinate the best recovery and resiliency plan that fits the community’s need. The state and federal government play important roles as supporting partners, providing the community with resources and the support they need. It is important that the recovery plan and process includes the whole community. This includes people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs, as they are a part of the whole community and they can offer knowledge and expertise on what they need to recover and how the community can better help prepare for next disaster. A successful recovery requires flexibility, a unified and coordinated effort from the community, commitment to completing projects on time, understanding, and addressing various challenges and needs the community has. Each community’s recovery plan will be different and is based on the circumstances of the disaster’s impact on the community, the obstacles they may face, how they design their plan, and what their priorities are for recovery. The National Disaster Recovery Framework has six Recovery Support Functions (RSF) that are led by designated coordinating federal agencies that work with other primary agencies and supporting organizations whose programs may apply to a specific support function. The Recovery Support Functions are Natural & Cultural Resources, Housing, Economic, Infrastructure Systems, Health and Social Services, and Community Planning and Capacity Building. The Natural & Cultural Resources Recovery Support Function is led by the Department of Interior, and supports the protection of natural and cultural resources and historic properties in the community. The Housing Recovery Support Function is led by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and coordinates housing solutions that are affordable and accessible to the whole community, including people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs. The Economic Recovery Support Function is led by the Department of Commerce, and works with the local community, state, tribal and federal governments, and the private sector to rebuild the local economy. The Infrastructure Systems Recovery Support Function is led by the US Army Corps of Engineers, and works with the community to restore their infrastructure systems and develop a stronger mitigation plan to protect them from future disasters. The Health and Social Services Recovery Support Function is led by the Department of Health and Human Services, and addresses the community’s public health, health care facilities, and important social services needs. The Community Planning and Capacity Building Recovery Support Function is led by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and engages the community in their recovery planning and capacity to implement and manage their recovery plans. This function builds short-term and long-term community resilience, and empowers the local community leaders and members to make decisions on how to improve recovery outcomes for the whole community. As the NDRF is flexible and adjustable, the community is able to modify its recovery plan to fit their needs. Each part is an important piece in helping you and your community recover from a disaster and be better prepared for the next disaster. The recovery process will be a long and challenging one, but when all of these different parts of the framework work together as a team, they can help reduce the challenges and length of your recovery. For more information about your community’s recovery plans, contact your local emergency manager and learn more about how you can prepare, participate and best support your community.
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The U.S. Army North (Fifth Army) hosted a Hurricane Rehearsal Drill April 9-11 for the Department of Defense and Interagency partners at the Blesse Auditorium and the Army Medical Department Rock Drill facility, bringing together military and federal, local and state agencies during a hurricane disaster. The concept of the drill is tailored to provide guidance and input from all attendees and identify issues as well as find solutions during a joint effort when a hurricane becomes a natural disaster in the homeland.
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ESF-8 Partners at our regional Hospitals primary mission in a disaster is the treatment of the citizens of our communities. Hospitals vary greatly in size and resources throughout south central Kansas, but through partnerships in the region Hospitals can call on their partners to best serve their citizens in time of crisis. Hospitals utilize a variation of the Incident Command System (ICS) during a disaster. Although it is specific to hospitals, the language will be familiar to all ESF-8 partners. Hospitals are also able to communicate with other ESF-8 Partner agencies via radio and also utilize a program called EMSystem to publish the number of available beds, which can critical information during a disaster. The South Central Kansas Hospital Preparedness Committee meets regularly with ESF-8 partners to network, share information, and develop plans to ensure the South Central Kansas ESF-8 know who to call in a disaster. For more information visit http://ksesf8.org/ or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers uses Pier 14, San Juan, Puerto Rico, to stage and repair generators that are a part of the ongoing Temporary Power mission in response to Hurricane Maria. Logistics Specialist Manny Rutinel (a USACE Buffalo District employee) explains more about the operation and what it means to him to be a first responder. (Video by Andrew Kornacki)
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AWR 232 Mass Fatalities Planning & Response for Rural Communities Level: Awareness This 8-hour awareness-level, instructor-led course is designed to prepare rural first responders and officials with the basic knowledge, skills and abilities to manage a mass fatality incident impacting their jurisdiction. Target audience includes first responders, coroners/medical examiners, public health officials, and others with responsibilities during a mass fatality incident. Issues addressed include establishing roles and responsibilities, assets management, remains processing and identification, diversity issues and development of a mass fatality plan that affect the construct of a mass fatality response.
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FEMA's ESF #14 LTCR Program assisted the State of Alabama with recovery technical assistance for 11 heavily impacted communities and coordinated federal agency support for community recovery planning following the historic tornado outbreak in the Spring of 2011.
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Henri R. Ford, MD, MHA Vice President and Surgeon-in-Chief Children's Hospital Los Angeles Professor and Vice Dream Medical Education Keck School of Medicine University of Southern California
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Debris Subject Matter Experts Bo Ansley and Matt Tate talk to Nadia Taylor about the Debris mission. The Debris mission is a disaster response and recovery mission that falls under Emergency Support Function #3, Public Works & Engineering, as part of the National Response Framework. The Corps of Engineers is the lead agency for ESF #3 in support of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
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What is EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND? What does EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND mean? EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND meaning - EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND definition - EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. The Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF) is an emergency reserve fund of the United States Treasury Department, normally used for foreign exchange intervention. This arrangement (as opposed to having the central bank intervene directly) allows the US government to influence currency exchange rates without affecting domestic money supply. As of October 2009, the fund held assets worth $105 billion, including $58.1 billion in special drawing rights (SDR) from the International Monetary Fund. The U.S. Exchange Stabilization Fund was established at the Treasury Department by a provision in the Gold Reserve Act of January 31, 1934. 31 U.S.C. § 5117. It was intended as a response to Britain's Exchange Equalisation Account. The fund began operations in April 1934, financed by $2 billion of the $2.8 billion paper profit the government realized from raising the price of gold to $35 an ounce from $20.67. The act authorized the ESF to use its capital to deal in gold and foreign exchange to stabilize the exchange value of the dollar. The ESF as originally designed was part of the executive branch not subject to legislative oversight. The Gold Reserve Act authorized the ESF to use such assets as were not needed for exchange market stabilization to deal in government securities. The Fund had no statutory authority, however, to engage in other activities that it began to undertake. The principal such extraneous activity it devoted itself to was lending dollars to politically favored governments. In 1938–40, the director of the Division of Monetary Research, Harry Dexter White, worked on a proposal for loans to Latin America and participated in plans for an Inter-American Bank, which did not materialize. The plan for an Inter-American Bank, however, inspired White's first draft of the subsequent plans for the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank that White prepared in 1941 at Secretary of the U.S. Treasury Henry Morgenthau's direction. It was funded by Franklin D. Roosevelt under the Emergency Banking Act of 1933, with Archie Lochhead serving as its first Director. The Special Drawing Rights Act of 1968, 22 U.S.C. § 286o, likewise provided that any special drawing rights (SDRs) allocated by the International Monetary Fund or otherwise acquired by the United States are resources of the ESF. In accordance with the Act, SDRs can be "monetized" (i.e., converted into dollars) by having the Secretary of the Treasury issue Special Drawing Rights Certificates (SDRCs) to the Federal Reserve System. The amount of SDRCs are limited to the dollar value of the ESF's SDR holdings. The dollar proceeds of such monetizations are assets of the ESF, and the SDRCs are a counterpart liability of the ESF. Treasury has a written understanding with the Fed that the SDRCs will be redeemed when ESF dollar holdings appear to be in excess of foreseeable requirements. Treasury does not pay interest on SDRCs. A change in the law, in 1970, allows the Secretary of the Treasury, with the approval of the President, to use money in the ESF to "deal in gold, foreign exchange, and other instruments of credit and securities." The U.S. government used the fund to provide $20 billion in currency swaps and loan guarantees to Mexico following the 1994 economic crisis in Mexico. This was somewhat controversial at the time, because President Clinton had tried and failed to pass the Mexican Stabilization Act through Congress. Use of the ESF circumvented the need for approval of the legislative branch. In response, Congress passed and President Clinton signed the Mexican Debt Disclosure Act of 1995, which implicitly accepted the use of the ESF, but required reports to Congress every six months on the status of the loans. At the end of the crisis, the U.S. made a $500 million profit on the loans. On September 19, 2008, U.S. Treasury Department announced that up to $50 billion in the ESF would temporarily be made available to guarantee deposits in certain money market funds.
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The video describes what an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is, how it fits within the framework of Incident Management Systems, how it functions and the benefits of establishing one and the importance of routine use in maintaining it. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/video/director/Eoc101.wmv
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This clip features Paul Penn, who has more than thirty years of emergency, environmental, and health & safety management experience. He is the founder and current president of EnMagine, Inc.; one of the creators of of HAZMAT for Healthcare™ and has been delivering that training and the Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) programs nationwide. Paul has been an active participant in many of the groups that define today's healthcare emergency management including the ASTM Hospital Disaster Preparedness Committee, California Disaster Interest Group, Federal OSHA First Receivers and EMS HazMat stakeholders groups, the National Response Team regarding hazardous materials training for hospitals; and is a founder and still a member of the conference committee of the Continuing Challenge, the nation's largest hazardous materials emergency response conference. In this clip he discusses how often EMS is the first to show up on the scene of a hazmat incident and how critical EMS hazmat response training is. To learn more about this program, visit http://www.efilmgroup.com/product.php/195.htm EMERGENCY FILM GROUP website: http://www.efilmgroup.com/ EMERGENCY FILM GROUP Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/emergencyfilmgroup EMERGENCY FILM GROUP Twitter: http://twitter.com/efilmgroup
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As part of the American Chestnut Research and Restoration project at SUNY-ESF, four chestnut seedlings were exposed to chestnut blight: an American chestnut, a Chinese chestnut, and two transgenic American chestnuts with blight resistance. This two-minute time lapse video displays the seedlings' response to the blight over the course of two weeks.
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NIMS training for Emergency Operations Centers. Learn how to organize your EOC to mirror NIMS. "NIMS for EOCs" DVD describes the function of the Emergency Operations Center and how it is staffed, organized and activated. Designed for federal, state, tribal and local emergency management personnel as well as private industry and disaster response organization personnel. The program also portrays how the EOC supports Incident Command during a response. Topics covered: - How the EOC is staffed, organized & activated - Key roles in ICS and corresponding roles for the EOC - Elements of NIMS - The five types of incidents - Readiness levels - Planning meetings - Much more! Also included is a Model Procedures Guide on CD-Rom with customizable Powerpoint presentation, post-seminar quiz, references, and other documents to help present a training seminar
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Event: 2017 NJVOAD Conference Presenters: Joe Geleta currently serves as the Director of Emergency Management for the NJ Department of Human Services. He is directly responsible for emergency management activities associated with the Department’s 9 facilities and 12,000 employees. He serves as the State of New Jersey’s Mass Care (Sheltering/Feeding) lead during disaster response operations. He retired from the NJ State Police after 30 years of service and was leading New Jersey’s Hurricane Sandy recovery effort along with FEMA Colleagues. Upon his retirement he served as the Executive Director of the NJ211 Partnership. Lauri Gill is a Subject Matter Expert in Mass Care (Emergency Support Function #6) activities. She has been employed by the American Red Cross since 2007 in various positions and has been the Regional Mass Care Manager since 2014. She concurrently assists with coordinating the Red Cross’ Training and Exercise Program. Ms. Gill is passionate when it comes to engaging partners through training to enable collaborative work in sheltering and other Mass Care activities. She has been requested/deployed to several Red Cross disaster responses nationally with the Red Cross, has been an active member of the States Sheltering Task Force since its inception and is a founding member of the Sussex/Warren COAD. Paula M. Van Clef, MPH, CSM, CPM, MEP, has worked for the New Jersey Department of Health in the Public Health Infrastructure, Laboratories and Emergency Preparedness (PHILEP)-Emergency Operations unit for 13 years as a Regional Public Health Emergency Coordinator. She assists counties, hospitals and other healthcare partners with health emergency coordination and planning to prepare for emergencies that may threaten the public’s health. Ms. Van Clef has expertise in Alternate Care Site, Medical Needs Shelter and Emergency Preparedness Exercise Planning. She holds a Master of Public Health degree in Health Policy and Management from Columbia University School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health from Rutgers University-Douglass College. She is also a Certified Public Manager (CPM), Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) Instructor. Russ Hendrickson is the Assistant Director for the NJ Department of Human Services – Office of Emergency Management. He is responsible for planning for statewide emergencies in response and recovery. He represents the State in mass care planning for emergency feeding and sheltering and works closely with non-governmental organizations. Prior to working with the State, Mr. Hendrickson was Emergency Disaster Services State Manager for The Salvation Army. Kelly Boyd is an Access & Functional Needs Planner for the NJ Office of Emergency Management and serves as a Co-Chair of the NJ Group for Access and Integration Needs in Emergencies & Disasters (NJGAINED). Previously, she served as the AmeriCorps Program Officer for the New Jersey Commission on National & Community Service and the Disaster & Disability Services Coordinator for the NJ Governor’s Office on Volunteerism. Jeff Beach is Policy Advisor to the Secretary for the New Jersey Department of Agriculture, and also the Department’s Emergency Management Coordinator. In that role, he serves as ESF11 Coordinator. His background is in journalism and communications, having worked 15 years in various media, covering breaking news such as Hurricane Andrew in Homestead, Florida, in 1992. He joined state government in 1999, first at the New Jersey Office of the Public Defender, and for the past 13 years in the Department of Agriculture. In 2012, he served as national president of the Communications Officers of State Departments of Agriculture (COSDA), an arm of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA).
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VolunteerMatch's Robert Rosenthal caught up with Martin J Cowling, CEO of People First-Total Solutions, about what nonprofits need to know about emergency response planning and their volunteer program. Recorded at the 2009 National Conference on Volunteering and Service
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HICS training video teaches hospital personnel to integrate with other agencies to manage incidents. "Hospital Incident Command System" DVD is the second module DVD in the Hospital First Receiver Series. It provides training in HICS - the Hospital Incident Command System, a nationally-recognized system that gives hospitals and other healthcare facilities an emergency management plan for any type of event that adversely affects the facility. Using HICS allows healthcare facilities to integrate efficiently and effectively with management systems used by other emergency organizations. "Hospital Incident Command System" DVD is also available as an online training course and for Video on Demand. Visit http://www.trainingentry.net/efilmgroup/index/index Topics covered: - Concepts of HICS - Roles & responsibilties of the key players in HICS - Safety Zones - Decon Unit roles in HICS - Relationship to the National Incident Management System
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http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/event-status/event/2013/20130115en.html AUTOMATIC REACTOR SCRAM FROM 100% POWER DUE TO A TURBINE/GENERATOR TRIP "Actuation of RPS [Reactor Protection System] with reactor critical. The Reactor Scram occurred at 1805 [CST] 01/14/13 from 100% CTP [Core Thermal Power]. The cause of scram appears to be a Turbine Generator Trip. "05-S-01-EP-2 RPV Control, Reactor Scram ONEP [Off Normal Event Procedure] 05-1-02-I-1, and Turbine and Generator Trips ONEP 05-1-02-1-2 were entered to mitigate the transient with all systems responding as designed. No loss of offsite or ESF power occurred. No ECCS initiation signals were reached and no ECCS or Diesel Generator initiation occurred. "All control rods are fully inserted. MSIVs remained open and SRVs lifted and reseated as designed. Currently, reactor water level is being maintained by the Condensate and Feedwater system in the normal band and reactor pressure is being controlled via Main Turbine Bypass valves to the main condenser. There are no challenges to Primary or Secondary Containment at this time." The licensee notified the NRC Resident Inspector. FAIR USE NOTICE: Any copyrighted (©) material is made available to advance understanding of ecological, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, moral, ethical, and social justice issues, which constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. Nuclear Regulatory Commission daily reports (what's happening at nuclear plants near you): http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/event-status/event/2013/ Union of Concerned Scientists (watchdog over NRC): http://www.ucsusa.org/nuclear_power/ NRC ADAMS Public Documents http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/adams.html U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 24-Hour Center for Emergencies number 301-816-5100 Safety or security concern line 1-800-695-7403 General help or information line 1-800-397-4209 Switch Board: Toll free: 1-800-368-5642 | Local: 301-415-7000 http://www.nrc.gov/about-nrc/contactus.html EPA National Response Center 1-800-424-8802 http://www.epa.gov/epahome/violations.htm How close is your home to a nuclear power plant? http://money.cnn.com/news/specials/nuclear_power_plants_locations/ Arnie Gundersen/Fairewinds Energy Education: http://www.fairewinds.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/fairewindsenergy in Japanese: http://www.fairewinds.com/ja NUCLEAR EDUCATION & AWARENESS: People & Power - Danger Zone: Ageing Nuclear Reactors http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1hEM7KwSRc Stop Nuclear Welfare http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIaE2r2rGKk Jeremy Rifkin - a brighter perspective on nuclear industry (keep watching - it's in English) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgFyYkXbHyg Wyden at Senate Energy on rising sea level: This is a wake-up call for nuclear policy makers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oSfrPXJ2Mw Revisiting Gundersen: NRC's Nuclear Emergency Planning for the US Has NO Basis in Reality http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dfS-zu4liw An American Nuclear Tragedy: A Little Known Nuclear Facility in Paducah, Kentucky http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1BLMosusRI Going Nuclear: What is the Future of Nuclear Energy in the U.S.? (Arnie Gundersen on Aljazeera) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUvL5vIU364 Nuclear 101 - Advantages & Disadvantages of Splitting Atoms to Boil Water http://www.fairewinds.com/content/nuclear-power-101-fairewinds-examines-fundamental-advantages-and-disadvantages-splitting-ato Deficiencies of Georgia's Two Recently Approved AP1000 Reactors @ Vogtle NPP http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdSllEcc-No NRC GRANTS DESIGN CERTIFICATION TO WESTINGHOUSE AP1000® http://www.multivu.com/mnr/53908-nrc-grants-design-certification-to-westinghouse-ap1000 Fighting Two New Vogtle Nuclear Reactors In Georgia (Dr. Caldicott IFYOULOVETHISPLANET.ORG) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wdt93F-6wlw Nuclear Power Whistleblowers Charge Federal Regulators With Favoring Secrecy Over Safety http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/04/nuclear-power-whistleblowers_n_2232108.html Nuclear Insanity! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQNU34ZEbwg How Citizen Scientists can Sample Radiation (Arnie Gundersen/Marco Kaltofen) http://fairewinds.org/content/how-citizen-scientists-can-sample-radiation
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Hello everybody and welcome back to the Everything Ham Radio Podcast! This is Episode #9, we have past the infamous 7th episode that is the normal stumbling step for podcast and we are one away from double digits! Over the past 8 episodes, we have been talking about all things digital, but this week are going to change gears and start a short series about emergency communications. In part one of this series, this episode, we will be talking about Emergency Training, in part two, Emergency Preparedness and in the last episode in this series we will be talking about Go-packs. Training is probably the most important part about emergency communications. Many years ago, I had heard that when a disaster happens, everything goes out the window. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. Things appear to be extremely chaotic at the beginning of a disaster, and in some instances it is, especially if the people that are on the scene at first, decide not to use the NIMS system from the get go. Being a dispatcher now for nearly twelve years, I have seen incidents that are pure chaos and I have seen incidents that are very structured and run smoothly. Those that actually worked right, especially from the beginning, were those incidents that were started with the correct command structure in place and everybody knew or was told what they needed to do. Training is the key to having a well organized incident. Now I know that us, as amateur radio operators, will probably never been in command of an incident, but you still should know how one works. Several years ago, after 9/11, the whole emergency response system has had a complete overhaul. Before 9/11, first responders were encouraged to have formal training on command but it was not a required training unless it was at the local level. Since 9/11 and the conception of Homeland Security, a new system was put into place called the National Incident Management System or NIMS for short. This system was put into place by Homeland Security and is required training to anyone that is going to be assisting in a disaster area. For the First Responder level, which is what Amateur Radio Operators are classified as, there is two courses that you have to take. Links to both of these courses can be found below. The courses are free and you take them online. IS-100 http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/IS100b.asp IS-700.a NIMS: An Introduction http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/is700a.asp These two courses are the two courses that you are required to take if you are going to be helping on an incident. There are some other courses that many agencies recommend that you take as well but are only required on the local level. However, if you are part of the command team for you county, the supervisor level of training that is required is the IS-200.b and the IS-800.b courses. Below are direct links to those and a couple others that some agencies require. I am also including a link to the main course directory in case you want to look and see if there is anything else that you might want to take. IS-200.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/IS200b.asp IS-250 Emergency Support Function 15 (ESF 15) External Affairs http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/is250.asp IS-288 The Role of Voluntary Agencies in Emergency Management http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/is288.asp IS-800.b National Response Framework, An Introduction http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/IS800b.asp IS-317 Introduction to CERT http://www.citizencorps.gov/cert/IS317/index.htm Main Course List FEMA EMI Independent Study Program http://training.fema.gov/IS/ The ARRL also has an Emergency Communication Training course that is a good thing to take and has a lot of good information. Some agencies also require this course. Arrl emergency communications training http://www.arrl.org/online-course-catalog One thing that I have learned over my career as a dispatcher and to a certain extent my experience in emergency services with both amateur radio and as a volunteer firefighter, is that you can never have too much training. When crap hits the fan, your body will automatically fall into a mode that we have all heard of, Fight or Flight(now it is Fight, Flight or Freeze). As emergency responders we train so that we know what to do in the event that we are needed. If, for example, you are called upon to go to a shelter and set up a station there. If you have never really trained or practiced setting up a station on emergency power or in a temporary location, then you are going to be wasting valuable time trying to get your station setup. Now I’m not saying that if you practice and/or train on how to set up a temporary station somewhere then you won’t have issues setting it up, but the more you train to do things, the easier it is to problem solve and figure out how to get over those hurdles. Amateur Radio Club Spotlight HacDC Amateur Radio Club Club Call Sign:...
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Listen to Louis Danielson, Director of Research for the National High School Center at the American Institutes for Research, describe the goals of the High School Tiered Interventions Community of Practice. This Community is supported by the National High School Center, the National Center on Response to Intervention, and the National Center on Intensive Intervention at the American Institutes for Research. More information: www.betterhighschools.org. Disclaimer: These subtitles are generated by Google's Machine Transcription Service, a voice recognition program. Due to variances in the quality of the recording, the voice recognition is not always accurate. As a result, some of the subtitles, particularly names or acronyms, may be incorrect. We apologize for any confusion or offense caused by inaccurate subtitles. For further clarification, please contact email@example.com. Thank you.
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For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/
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A 20-member firefighting crew of DEC Forest Rangers, employees and volunteers return home after spending two weeks helping to contain the 25,000+ acre Stouts Creek Wildfire in Oregon.
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Our Strategic Design is not a change in direction; rather, it is a sharpening of our strategic focus. “Design” signifies a deliberate change in our approach, acknowledging that the inherent uncertainty of dynamic global and national circumstances requires us to anticipate, manage uncertainty, and continuously assess our course and speed. Our Strategic Design is aligned with SECNAV and CNO priorities and organized around two Lines of Efforts: (1) Enhancing Naval Shore Readiness and (2) Strengthening our NAVFAC team.
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In recognition of International Day for Disaster Reduction, MIUSA CEO and wheelchair user Susan Sygall calls upon people with disabilities around the world to be leaders - not merely participants - in disaster response planning. For resources related to emergency planning and people with disabilities, please visit MIUSA's International Development and Disability Resource Center at http://www.miusa.org/idd/resources/topic/ecrd. Please click the "CC" button to activate the captions for this video.
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Guest: Tamara Chapman, Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) Coordinator, Monterey County Health Department Host: Emily S. Sciolto, Associate Public Information Officer, Monterey County Health Department
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Understanding the Proposed Rule on Emergency Preparedness (Recorded March 10, 2014) On December 27, 2013, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposed rule in the federal register to establish consistent emergency preparedness requirements for health care providers participating in Medicare and Medicaid, increase patient safety during emergencies, and establish a more coordinated response to natural and man-made disasters, which is out for public comment until March 31st. To assist you in navigating this new proposed rule, ASTHO and NACCHO hosted a webinar, "Understanding the CMS Proposed Rule on Emergency Preparedness." This webinar featured Lisa Parker, JD (Director, Division of Institutional Quality Standards) at the Center for Clinical Standards and Quality at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, who presented on the following related to the CMS Proposed Rule on Emergency Preparedness: • Major highlights from the CMS proposed rule • How these requirements will affect state and local health departments • Open Discussion and Q&A Additional details about the proposed rule can be found here: https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2013/12/27/2013-30724/medicare-and-medicaid-programs-emergency-preparedness-requirements-for-medicare-and-medicaid
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While earthworms have been found to be a huge benefit to most ecological systems, there are instances where their presence can do more harm than good. Invasive species of earth worms have made their way north in the United States and are doing their job too well! They've moved into formerly worm-free forests, which rely on undecayed leaf matter. When worms decompose that leaf layer, the ecology may shift, making it uninhabitable for certain species of trees, ferns and wildflowers. It's of particular concern in the Great Lakes region when anglers simply dump their bait worms back into the soil, creating a difficult environment for old growth sugar maples, and other plants and animals. With support from the National Science Foundation, students from the Natural Resources Research Institute at the University of Minnesota, Duluth have launched a public education campaign. They're interacting with anglers, urging them to put unused bait worms into special containers rather than just dumping them in the dirt. The hard part is convincing folks these worms are a problem! This video is courtesy of the Internet Archive and can be found at this location: http://archive.org/details/ScienceNationInvasionOfTheEarthWorms
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Department of Homeland Security U.S. Fire Academy PREPnet (EENET) DVD Library Partnerships at NIFC and Their Support Functions Air Date: December 6, 2006. The emphasis of this program is on the interagency collaboration, cooperative leadership, techincal expertise, staff and equipment for National and International Wildland fire management and emergency assistance that the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC) provides. E216
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All disasters begin locally and end locally. Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) can help a community make the best use of its resources in a disaster. The mission of a COAD is to organize and deploy resources, in an effective and timely manner, in response to the needs of disaster survivors. This is the story of FEMA's assistance to Iowa communities organizing their own COAD in the wake of the flooding of 2008.
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In June 2010 Tom Lowe, a senior social research officer with the Department of Sustainability and the Environment in Victoria, Australia, was awarded a research scholarship by the Australian Emergency Services Foundation (www.esf.com.au). The research proposed to identify the practical steps that Emergency Service Organisations (ESOs) in Australia can take in helping communities prepare for and adapt to natural hazards such as bushfire, flood or storm events. By interviewing practitioners from the Victorian emergency services and academics with expertise in the fields of climate change and human adaptation to change in the UK, the research was able to identify a suite of approaches that could be practicably delivered by ESOs. The research concluded that ESOs themselves cannot create community 'resilience'; this is already inherent within communities. Instead, they can play an important role in creating platforms and environments in which community members can learn from each other and, with the appropriate kinds of agency support, identify the pathways that will be most effective in adapting to disruption and change. In an effort to ensure uptake and understanding of these concepts by emergency service practitioners, Tom chose to communicate the outcomes through a documentary. This learning aid is aimed at emergency managers and is intended to stimulate thinking around the kinds of community engagement programmes and approaches that would be most effective and deliverable amongst the many competing and often divergent emergency management objectives. The full-length (40 minute) version can be viewed by following this link (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9riCb1L0m4o) and the DVD can obtained by contacting Tom Lowe on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Examining Preparedness and Coordination Efforts of First RespondersAlong the Southwest Border - mars-4:hrs04H_S311_090331 - Cannon 311 - Committee on Homeland Security - 2009-03-31 - Subcommittee on Emergency Communications, Preparedness, and Response. Mr. Cuellar: Today's hearing, entitled "Examining Preparedness and Coordination Efforts of First Responders along the Southwest Border," is designed to assess the unique challenges that Federal, State, local, and Tribal first responders face in border communities in light of the escalation of drug-cartel related violence along the U.S.-Mexico border. Specifically, this hearing is an opportunity to discuss the emergency preparedness and response needs specific to southwest border States, including cross-border communications and information sharing capabilities, and multi-jurisdictional partnerships. Additionally, this hearing is an opportunity to examine the coordination and planning among international, Federal, State, local, and tribal governments to prevent drug-cartel related crimes from spreading to the United States.
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This webinar was recorded on June 22, 2016 and features Ray Miller, MSOSH, GP and Director of Risk/Safety Solutions for Direct Supply. To register for future webinars, visit http://www.directsupply.com/webinars or email email@example.com Webinar Objectives: Given the looming publication of Federal / CMS Emergency and Disaster Plan requirements, participants will be better able to: 1. Evaluate their current disaster and preparedness decision-making processes to ensure timeliness and update those current written plans focusing on four primary areas. 2. Train staff members on important federal and state requirements and emergency and disaster preparedness resources. 3. Ensure plan compliance with three fundamental components of a complete emergency and disaster plan. (ongoing: 1] hazard assessment, 2] planning/updates and 3] training/drills). This webinar includes an informative session on how Direct Supply can help you with the products you need for emergency preparedness. Notice: This video is intended to provide information to Direct Supply’s customers, does not constitute medical or legal advice, and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual patients or conditions, or as a substitute for the advice of a licensed medical professional. Direct Supply specifically disclaims all responsibility for any liability, loss or risk, personal or otherwise, which is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly , of the use and application of any of the material in this video. You may not modify, copy, reproduce, upload, transmit, publicly display, prepare derivative works based on or distributed any part of this video.
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