Community List

Name Description Members
Galveston County (TX) Emergency Response Collaborative
Galveston County Emergency Response Collaborative is a group of public and private entities in the general area of Galveston County area that would be instrumental in planning for and responding to disease outbreaks, public health emergencies, and other disasters that affect the Galveston County community. 2
Greater Niagara Frontier SOG
The SOG Community will allow for secure, timely communication and collaboration between various disciplines of the Greater Niagara Frontier's Emergency Response, Special Operations and Critical Infrastructure community. We focus primarily with planning, surveillance, response, and mitigation of natural and manmade Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive incidents and other natural disasters and emergencies. 1
FRCOP
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Hampton Roads (VA) Regional Situational Awareness Project
This community platform is for sharing information and project documents for the Hampton Roads Regional Situational Awareness Project. This is a 6 month initiative that will build region-wide capacity for viewing numerous types of emergency-related data on one On-line map viewer. Each municipality, along with a selection of non-government partners, will have the ability to view and add real-time emergency information to the map, including things like road closures, down power lines, utility interruptions, shelter statuses, and more. 3
Hampton Roads Shelter & Evacuation Gap Planning Project
Evacuation and sheltering is an immensely complicated task, demanding an integrated planning approach in order to effectively coordinate the efforts of the various local, state, federal, and private organizations involved. The project team will be examining the degree of vertical integration of local plans with the COVEOP and the plans of the state agencies that support it in order to ascertain the degree of synergy or conflict between them. The project team will then prepare a Corrective Action Plan (CAP) that documents the strengths and gaps that were identified through interviews, observations, and plan reviews. The CAP will contain recommendations to address any identified gaps or areas for improvement. This plan will follow the same general structure of the utilized by HSEEP. Observations will be grouped by target capability and focus on commonalities and trends. CAP, observations, and recommendations will not be attributed to a specific jurisdiction or agency. Each observation will be followed by an analysis of the observation and recommendation on how to address it. Finally, the team will present the results of the plan reviews, survey interviews, and CAP to the participating jurisdictions and state agencies at a workshop hosted by OVAHS. The objective of this workshop is to build consensus on the recommendations for the region, discuss how to prioritize those recommendations, and to identify options for funding and implementation of those recommendations. Chris McIntosh Interoperability Coordinator 19
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