Employees from the City of Semmes Public Works and Semmes Fire Department continue to enhance their Emergency Operations education.
Four employees City Of Semmes employees successfully completed the “ALL- Hazards Events,”a three-day Emergency Operations class, at Baldwin County EMA in Robertsdale, AL. on September 26, 27 and 28.
The class was attended by Alabama emergency operations personnel from across the state. The class, sponsored by FEMA, was presented by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) in College Station.
The training gave participants insight into, and practical experience, with emergency management and decision-making skills necessary to effectively manage an Emergency Operations Center and conduct the overall response to a large-scale incident or all hazard event utilizing the Multi-Agency Coordination System (MACS).
The course material was designed to develop and reinforce emergency management, situational awareness, informational management, resource management and decision-making skills with the ability to adapt existing emergency management (National Incident Management System/Incident Command System)procedures to the unique requirements of EOC operations.
Participants from Semmes were:
Tyler Hayaski – ( Public Works)
Latisha Fultz – ( Public Works)
Kevin Brooks – ( Semmes Fire)
Kaylan Driskell – ( Semmes Fire)