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Squaxin Island Tribe Emergency Management System. Question: The biggest influence on “Failing” or “Succeeding” is?. John Taylor & Bob Burbridge. Overview. Quick overview of accomplishments: Efficient & Effective Government response to 5 Presidential Disasters

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squaxin island tribe emergency management system

Squaxin Island Tribe Emergency Management System

Question: The biggest influence on “Failing” or “Succeeding” is?

John Taylor & Bob Burbridge

"BEST PRACTICES"

overview
Overview
  • Quick overview of accomplishments:
    • Efficient & Effective Government response to 5 Presidential Disasters
    • All RECOVERY projects approved by FEMA (Including MCFD 4)
    • Cost RECOVERY for Business Operations

(Public Assistance)

    • Focused End Result

"BEST PRACTICES"

best practices
BEST PRACTICES
  • We make the “RULES” within:
    • Our Government Needs
    • NIMS
    • ICS Structure
    • EMPG Guidelines
    • Importance of Partnerships
  • But Applying “Basic Rules”

"BEST PRACTICES"

basic rules
Basic Rules
  • Simple
  • Cost Effective
  • Minimal Daily Impact
  • “MUST WORK” EVERY TIME
  • Size vs. Complexity

"BEST PRACTICES"

partnerships
Partnerships
  • The Choice of Recovery
  • Day to Day versus Emergency/Disaster
  • No volunteers in a disaster
  • State Fire Chiefs Association / Disaster Reservists
  • Disasters are a business, that’s new

"BEST PRACTICES"

important to remember
Important to Remember
  • WA State is Home Rule
  • Disaster Management Lowest Level
  • WE have the biggest influence
  • When haven’t First Responders RESPONDED?

"BEST PRACTICES"

bottom line
Bottom Line
  • We all have roles and responsibilities
    • Tribe First String
    • State Second String
    • Federal Third String (Game winners vs. Assisted Cleanup)
  • Do you focus on what works or what doesn’t

"BEST PRACTICES"

reality is
Reality Is
  • You can Mitigate, Prepare, and Respond; but if we don’t RECOVER…
  • RECOVERY is a “Planned Activity”

"BEST PRACTICES"

the biggest influence
The biggest Influence

IS US

"BEST PRACTICES"

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