Emergency Flood Response Management
November 14, 2009, 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Holiday Beach Community Center
26100 N. Highway 101, Hoodsport, Washington 98548
Description: Tens of millions of dollars are spent every year on emergency flood and bank protection measures throughout the Western United States to protect critical infrastructure and property, such as roads, pipelines, levees, and residences. This course provides tools for assessing the magnitude and extent of flood emergencies, and provides a number of rapid response protection measures that can be implemented by community groups and/or volunteers.
Participants will be involved in physical activity and be expected to participate in the various scenarios. Please dress appropriately for the weather and consider personal protection, including but not limited to gloves, raingear, warm clothing, sturdy work shoes, etc.
Introduction to Emergency Flood ResponseRegistration: To register for this free training, please contact Denise Mack, Washington State Citizen Corps Coordinator at 360-725-5290 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
- Safety considerations
- Incident Command Systems (ICS)
- Response vs. Recovery
- Site triage and prioritization
- Hazard area reconnaissance
- River process assessment
Risk Analysis: Property, Infrastructure
- Road washouts
- Pipeline exposure
- Bridge scour
- Dam breaks
- Hazard Areas
- Short-term vs. Long-term
- Typical Designs
Rapid Response Tool Box
Pre-registration is required.