Dec 212015
 

Wes Miller gave a presentation on the emergency resource that is the Upper Valley Medical Reserve Corps (UVMRC). Below are a few handouts on family emergency preparedness in case the next event happens:

Kimmie Cruickshank also joined us from DEMHS about future ICS training’s and the state of the new training system as it transfers over from the VT Police Academy. If you are interested in attending any training’s, please go to https://vem.vermont.gov/excercise_and_training for more information.

Dec 162015
 

The Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security Training Announcement:

This course is designed to enable personnel to operate efficiently during an incident or event with the Incident Command System. This course focuses on the management of single resources.

 

See flyer here: ICS 200 Training Flyer

Registration here: ICS200 General Registration Form

Sep 192013
 

On July 13, 2012, EPA published a final rule to revise Tier I and Tier II reporting forms, as well as the Confidential Location Information Sheet. The revisions add some new data elements and revise some existing data elements. The rule becomes effective on January 1, 2014, and facilities must comply with the new requirements on the Tier II inventory form starting reporting year 2013, which is due by March 1, 2014. Some states may have specific requirements for reporting and submission the Tier II inventory form and/or the state reporting form or format. EPA suggests that facilities contact their state for reporting requirements for their state.

Click here for more information.

Sep 092013
 

Local Emergency Planning Committee #12 is dedicated to serving the responders of its 30 member towns in east-central Vermont through planning and preparation activities for incidents of all kinds, and to helping educate the citizens of the region with safety information and tips on emergency preparedness.

The LEPC is not a response agency and does not replace any local response agency, but rather is meant to help in local and regional emergency planning so that plans are coordinated and exercised. The LEPC also helps to facilitate training and serves as a clearinghouse for emergency information. LEPC bimonthly meetings serve as useful venues for sharing information, increasing networking among responders, and providing educational programs.

Be safe.