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  1. Emergency Management Best PracticesSharing Forum Mary Stikeleather, Facilitator 2010 Summit October 5, 2010

  2. Presented by Bob OttIngham County Emergency Management517-676-8223rott@ingham.org

  3. Region 1 Counties • Clinton • Eaton • Gratiot • Hillsdale • Ingham • Lenawee • Livingston • Shiawassee • City of Lansing

  4. Community Alert Messaging • Free Service • Provides instant alerts to your community • Alert, Advisory, Community, Traffic • Opt-in service

  5. Community Alert Messaging • Real-time text, web or e-mail • Latest technology • In use in Ingham County and the City of Lansing since January 2010 • In the Top 50 locales in the nation • 877-NIXLESD securedesk@nixle.com

  6. Region 2 Developing Volunteer Resources Presented by Frank CouttsCity of Southfield Emergency Management248-796-5992fcoutts@cityofsouthfield.com

  7. Region 3 Hosting a Family Preparedness Day Presented by Mary StikeleatherLapeer County Emergency Management810-667-0242mstikeleather@LapeerCounty.org

  8. Held during Preparedness Month Fifth Year Check List Begin Planning in March Funded by donations and Citizen Corps Grant Stations: First Responders, Retirement Home, to Coast Guard Must provide preparedness technique Token for Starter Disaster Kit Hands on are very popular Provide new Mitigation/ Preparedness Idea Participant/Door Prize Cards – assurance for stations Family Preparedness Day

  9. Family Preparedness Day

  10. Region 5 Emergency Management and Medical Coalition Cooperation Presented by Robert Hale5th District Medical Response Coalition269-337-6607hale@kcms.msu.edu

  11. 5th District Medical Response Coalition Collaboration Participatory Governance Medical Coalition has voting position on 5th District Regional Homeland Security Board Emergency Management has voting seats on Healthcare Planning Board

  12. Planning • Emergency Management Planner assigned to Medical Coalition working on: • Regional Strategy • Regional Exercises (for both FY ‘08 & ‘09) • Active Emergency Management participation at monthly Coalition meetings • Semi-Annual Joint Regional Tabletop Exercises

  13. Regional Major Incident Support Unit • Mass casualties, emergency personnel rehab, TESA • Jointly funded through Homeland Security and ASPR grants • Communications • PSIC project for EMS 800 MHz for all ambulances • ASPR grant funds used for hospital 800 radios and dedicated computers for EOCs to run EMSystem • Medical Coalition membership on Regional TIC Committee

  14. MI-TESA Project Support • Purchased prime movers for TESA • Emergency Management assets assist TESA (e.g. mobile command post)

  15. Region 6 Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) of Muskegon County – H1N1 Response Presented by Rhona Colbert, Muskegon County Citizen Corps231-722-6600homeland@volunteermuskegon.organd Dan Stout, Muskegon County Emergency Management231-724-6341stoutda@co.muskegon.mi.us

  16. Response • MRC Volunteers were put on alert in May of 2009 • Incident Command is set up by Public Health Muskegon County and Muskegon County Emergency Services • MRC Volunteers began refresher classes in MEMS/SNS and updated on the H1N1 in July of 2009 • August 2009 Recruitment push for new MRC members and training • September 2009 processing and activating 32 new MRC nurses • Classes given on immunization protocols, job action sheets, and liability waivers signed • October 2009 - Medical Reserve Corps formally activated through Public Health Muskegon County and Muskegon County Emergency Services through March of 2010

  17. Collection Data • Public Health Muskegon County developed plans to immunize the children in the schools and utilize the MRC as the main resource for the immunizations • In addition to the schools, three first responder clinics preceded the school clinics • The combined hours of the school clinics and the MRC volunteers time per clinic equaled 12, 677.00 hours • The median value of the MRC volunteers time is $22.87 • The total value of time the volunteers provided to Muskegon County for the school clinics totaled $289.694.29

  18. Collection Data (Continued) • The WIC department at Public Health Muskegon County was able to provide vaccine to the patients and family members because of the MRC volunteers • The other staffing for the MRC was through the state immunization data base system called MICR • MRC volunteers data inputted immunizations at Public Health Muskegon County and medical offices that had fallen behind with their records • Other programs the MRC volunteers have participated in throughout the year were disaster drills, STD testing, lead testing, and Shigella education in all Muskegon County elementary schools to name a few

  19. Region 7 Acute Care Center (ACC) Trailer Deployment and CERT Team Resources Presented by Mary FoxRegion 7 Medical Disaster Preparedness Network989-731-4975region7btc@gmail.com

  20. Event Summary • Crawford / Roscommon Co. wildfires, 5-18-10 • LTC facility evacuation w/ few medical casualties • Hospital consulted RMCC at 8:40 pm upon EOC request to house 72 LTC residents overnight • Goals: • preserve hospital beds for possible burn victims / injuries • Provide single location to benefit residents and staffing

  21. Response • Deployed ACC Trailer to Frederic Elementary School • CERT teams (2) assisted w/ set-up

  22. Alternate Care Center Trailer • Each trailer contains beds & supplies to support 50-acute patients (non-critical care)

  23. Primary Need for Beds

  24. Medical Supplies Also Available

  25. R7’s ACC Trailers contain approx. 500 distinct medical supply items (not needed in this event)

  26. CERT Team members & Hilltop Manor staff were key to success

  27. Region 8 Developing and Exercising Disaster Plans for Nursing Homes Presented by Teresa SchwalbachMarquette County Emergency Management906-475-1134tschwalbach@mqtcty.org

  28. Disaster Planning for Nursing Homes & Medical Facilities • Committee developed (hospitals, health department, emergency management) • Speakers • Conference agenda consisted of: • How to develop a plan (Site plan) • Mass casualty incidents • EOC development

  29. Disaster Planning for Nursing Homes & Medical Facilities • After breakout classroom session • Participants took part in table top exercise • Critiqued exercise • In 2011, next step: • Speakers • EOC development • Plan review • No breakout sessions

  30. Questions?