Community List

Name Description Members
9-1-1 Community of Practice
This community discusses current 9-1-1 and police, fire, EMS dispatch concerns. 411
AgroSecurity and Rural Readiness
A community to study, collaborate and enhance the resilience of agriculture and rural agriculture dependent communities in the face of natural, accidental and man made incidents that could threaten the viability of life, infrastructure and and the production of crucial food and fiber needed for local and national security. Topics would encompass agro-security, bio-security, rural resilience and needed change. 113
Alerts and Warnings
This Community will empower the emergency response community with the information needed to update and augment existing alerts and warnings programs using the Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS). Through CMAS, which is sometimes referred to as Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), the public can receive local and national emergency alerts on their mobile devices without having to opt-in to a service. The Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate, in partnership with FEMA and the FCC, are engaging with alerts and warnings stakeholders and industry representatives to conduct a series of tests and forum discussions to help emergency managers take advantage of this new capability. S&T is also leading a research and development program to improve the geographic targeting of CMAS messages and to better understand and improve upon how the public responds mobile alerts and warnings. In addition to these activities, S&T is investigating how best to integrate CMAS with existing systems and is gaining an understanding of the wireless coverage of CMAS and how that influences adoption of the system. Email CMAS_Forum@sra.com to sign up for our regular CMAS Update, which includes the latest information on S&T's CMAS activities. 356
AUDREY Hastings Experiment
This community is for stakeholders working on the Canada-U.S. joint experiment of Assistant for Understanding Data through Reasoning, Extraction and Synthesis (AUDREY) as applied to an EMS use case. 9
Auxiliary Emergency Communications (AuxComm)
A source of information for the volunteer emergency communicator who provides support to the public safety community. This would normally involved dedicated volunteer amateur radio operators who provide backup emergency communications to a state, county or city Emergency Operations Center (EOC). A place to share ideas, needs, best practices and standards within the amateur radio community. 149
Biological Incident Annex
The Biological Incident Annex (BIA) community is a place for members of the BIA planning team to share information, exchange documents, and collaborate on the development of the BIA. 12
Body Worn Cameras for First Responders
This open community is intended as a forum to share information, lessons learned and best practices, policies and procedures, and potential technology solutions related to use of Body Worn Cameras by First Responders 45
Burn Saver
This closed community of practice is for Burn Saver collaboration with first responders. 3
Canada-U.S. Enhanced Resiliency Experiment (CAUSE) Series
The CAUSE community is a place to share ideas, exchange feedback, collaborate and discuss effective strategies for the Canada US Resiliency Experiment series. 13
Capacity Building Webinar Series Group
Capacity Building Webinars hosted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's First Responders Group offer practitioner-driven instruction, lessons learned, and best practices that foster innovation and meet the evolving challenges facing Homeland Security. This Community of Practice is a platform to continue the dislogue following webinars and to share additional information and resources among practioners. 135
CAPSTONE 19
The CAPSTONE 19 community is a place for multi-agency planning, document curation, and more in preparation for the CAPSTONE 19 exercise. 12
Central US Earthquake Consortium Technology Working Group (CUSEC)
The purpose of the CUSEC Technology Working Group is to leverage existing technology and geographic information systems (GIS) found within the member state emergency management agencies. The group also serves as a roundtable for inclusion of other state agencies, federal, and private partners to create a common operating data plan for a large-scale seismic event. The working group will leverage this community as a virtual planning and collaboration space to support the CUSEC mission. 25
Citizen Corps Network
This is a test network and is currently not functioning. The Citizen Corps Network is an online collaboration tool that is intended to support ongoing communication between Citizen Corps leaders at the national, regional, state, tribal and local levels. 9
City of Plano Web and Social Media Development
City of Plano employees work together on policies and procedures as they relate to City-Wide Web 2.0 and Social Media needs and implementation. 6
Coastal Surveillance System (CSS)
Coastal Surveillance System (CSS) is an unclassified capability to DHS in tracking small vessels (both cooperative and non-cooperative) by improving the probability of detection and enabling future capabilities for automatic target detection and recognition algorithms. The CSS will include international partner participation. CSS plans to leverage domestic and international commercial and civil space-based intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capability development efforts. 45
Communications Unit (COMU)
COMU is dedicated to providing updated Communications Unit information regarding training curriculum, best practices, training schedules and anything else pertaining to COMLs and COMTs. This information is provided by the Office of Emergency Communications (OEC) Interoperable Communications Technical Assistance Program (ICTAP). 152
Communications Unit Leader (COML)
Welcome to the Communications Unit Leader (COML) Discussion List. This site is dedicated to the sharing of information among practioners of the Incident Command System (ICS) that are trained to function as Certified Communications Unit Leaders (COML). The purpose of this group is to foster open communications among a wide array of emergency management professionals and others that deal with preparing for and managing emergencies and other disruptions. 186
Communications Unit Technician (COMT)
A forum for Incident Management Communication Unit Technicians to collaborate about technologies, lessons learned, and best practices. Recommended that all qualified COMT's enroll in this group. 130
Community Administrator Tips
A forum for discussion of best practices and lessons learned when requesting, building, and encouraging community participation on DHS S&T First Responder Communities of Practice. Current Administrators and those interested in becoming administrators are invited to join. 136
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Trainers
This community serves as a collaboration of emergency management, private sector, first responders and volunteers focused on establishing, enhancing and sustaining CERT programs across the nation. Here, best practices and resources are shared to aid others in their program. 310
Community Hazard Assessment and Mitigation Planning System (CHAMPS)
This Community of Practice deals with the Community Hazard Assessment and Mitigation Planning System (CHAMPS). This community will house documents pertaining to the assessment of the system and recommendations for future development. The CHAMPS community will also serve as the archive for previous deliverables from other periods of performance. The end goal of this project is to produce a nationwide deployable tool that can serve as a part of the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate, First Responders Group National Flood Decision Support Toolbox (NFDST). 5
CORE CoP
This closed community of practice is for the Communications, Outreach, and Responder Engagement team. 14
Counterterrorism Intelligence Sharing
Counterterrorism (CT) intelligence sharing is a key component of national and homeland security doctrine. This community seeks to understand and explore the evolution of CT intelligence sharing among and between stakeholders; whether or not it is currently effective; and how it can be improved 144
Crisis Intervention Team (CIT)
Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Programs are joint Law Enforcement, Mental Health and other First Responder collaborative programs. This community is for information sharing regarding all aspects of implementation and operation of inter-agency CIT programs. 103
Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources Working Group
Allows government and private sector personnel tasked with Automated Critical Asset Management Systems (ACAMS), Terrorist Early Warning Group (TEWG) and Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO) programs to collaborate. Threat and Risk Assessment partnerships for large public and private venues would be a large topic. 224
CUSEC Exercise Officers Workgroup
This community is a shared space to plan Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium (CUSEC) - led exercises. 5
Cyber Incident Annex
The Cyber Incident Annex (POIA) community is a place for members of the CYIA planning team to share information, exchange documents, and collaborate on the development of the CYIA. 18
Cyberspace
This Government, Industry, and Public mission space requires a dialog of all vested parties to better understand its interdependencies for tactical and strategic planning. The cyberspace domain is a globally-interconnected digital information and communications infrastructure which consists of the interdependent network of information technology infrastructures and supports our Nation’s economy, commerce, public safety, personal social networks, and many more activities that Government agencies, Industries, and the public have become dependent on. 97
Decontamination
The purpose of this community is to provide a forum for First Responders to discuss issues related to decontamination. It is envisioned that this will include decontamination of personnel, equipment, and planning for special events such as sporting events, political conventions, etc. This Community can also serve as a method for First Reponders from departments across the country to share their lessons learned and best practices to assist other departments with their decontamination planning and procedures. 206
Defense Support to Civil Authority
Discussions about the cooperation and interaction of active duty military forces when working with civilian emergency managers and responders 129
DHS and NGA Social Media Workshop
The DHS/NGA Social Media Working Group developed out of a two-day workshop, “Identification of Key Knowledge Gaps in Social Media Use During Disasters,” sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency July 22-23, 2013. The workshop looked at current uses of social media during disasters and social media research being conducted by universities. Users of social media from disaster response agencies, the federal government and nonprofit organizations identified challenges using social media during and in support of disaster response. University researchers identified research gaps in three major areas: 1) technical challenges; 2) visual and data analytic challenges; and 3) social sciences challenges. 5
DHS Challenge COP
A collaboration space for DHS S&T and its partners to collaborate on Challenges and Prize Competitions that seek technology solutions to HSE problems and gaps 3
DHS Emergency Medical Services Training and Education Advisory Committee
Coordination and collaboration space for DHS Emergency Medical Services Training and Education Advisory Committee members. 2
DHS Science and Technology First Responder Resource Group (FRRG)
The First Responder Resource Group (FRRG) provides a forum for S&T to gather detailed needs and requirements from the emergency preparedness and response community, while at the same time identifying and prioritizing their foremost technical challenges. 115
DHS Social Media Working Group for Emergency Services + Disaster Management
Recognizing the need to address the challenges associated with social media for emergency response and public safety, DHS S&T established the VSMWG in 2010. After Public Law 114-80 was passed, the VSMWG was re-named as the Social Media Working Group for Emergency Services and Disaster Management (SMWG). The mission of the SMWG is to provide recommendations to the emergency preparedness and response community on the safe and sustainable use of social media technologies before, during, and after emergencies. This community is meant to provide a platform within which the SMWG can share, discuss, and invite others from the public safety community to collaborate and contribute to the development of best practices and guidance on the use of social media for public safety. Members of FRCOP are invited to participate and provide comments in all discussions. 151
Disaster Joint Logistics Systems Practices and Programs
A forum for logistics practitioners to share best practices and collaborate on developing national logistics standards and practices for emergency operations. Furthering national logistics initiatives in areas of logistics capability assessments (LCAT), logistics training and standardization. Assisting states develop unified logistics programs that integrate local, state and federal agencies, VolAgs, and corporate partners for the purpose of pre-planning, response and recovery support to emergency operations both recurring and catastrophic. 158
Disaster Resilient Universities (DRU)
Disaster Resilient Universities (DRU) community is intended for university and/or college emergency management professionals to share information, technical resources and engage in discussions and dialogues related to the profession and emerging issues around campus emergency management. This site also serves as the DRU email listserv repository. 472
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Early Assessment and Screening (Radiation) Under Construction
A planning community for members to collaborate and to share information, exchange documents, and coordinate the development of Early Assessment and Screening Tool . 6
Educational Institution Safety and Security
A community to share and discuss current safety and security best practices at all educational institutions, including K through 12, colleges, and universities. Topics may include policies, procedures, technology, physical security, mass communications, school security personnel and law enforcement, etc. 38
EMAP Accreditation Managers Group
This is a group for Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) Accreditation Managers to network, share information and best practices, and discuss the EMAP Standard. This community is a peer group of Accreditation Managers and does not represent or speak on behalf of EMAP or the EMAP Commission. 32
Emergency Comms. Preparedness Center Research and Development Focus Group
The Emergency Communications Preparedness Center (ECPC) Research and Development Focus Group provides a forum for Federal departments to identify R&D gaps and coordination opportunities, share intellectual capital, and facilitate the planning and execution of joint emergency communications R&D efforts. Federal R&D addresses numerous emergency communications technology challenges that shape tomorrow’s technology solutions. Similarities among many emergency communications R&D efforts present opportunities to improve their efficiency and effectiveness through increased coordination. 1
Emergency Management (EM) Community of Practice
Open Community of Practice to post Emergency Management related information and encourage collaboration using threaded discussions, wikis, and blogs. 995
Emergency Management Advanced Academy Community
A professional networking community for instructors, students, and graduates of the Emergency Management Advanced (formerly Leadership) Academy, which is part of FEMA's Emergency Management Professional Program (EMPP). This community is designed to be used as a sounding board and collaboration platform for those seeking to enhance the professionalism of Emergency Management across the United States. 36
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Community of Practice
Open Community of Practice to post Emergency Medical Services related information and encourage collaboration using the threaded discussions, wikis, and blogs. 338
Emergency Operations Center - Management and Operations
This community is for those who are responsible for the Operations and Management of Emergency Operations Centers. 654
Emergency Services Sector
Through partnerships with public- and private-sector entities, this sector’s mission is to accomplish the following: • Save lives; • Protect property and the environment; • Assist communities impacted by disasters (natural or man made); and • Aid recovery from emergency situations. 48
Emergency Services Sector (ESS) and First Responders Group (FRG)
The Emergency Services Sector (ESS) community is a place where DHS S&T First Responders Group (FRG) and National Protection Programs Directorate (NPPD), Emergency Services Sector (ESS), share ideas, exchange feedback, collaborate and discuss effective strategies that benefit our mutual customers. 2
Emerging law enforcement technology
Discussion on the implementation of new technologies into law enforcement operations. 18
Emotional and Psychological Support Community of Practice
A community to discuss issues relating to Emotional and Psychological Support of both first responders, and civilians affected by crisis. 83
Explosive Detection Canine's
Provide the community with the tools, techniques, and knowledge to better understand, train, and utilize the explosive detection canine 2
Federal Virtual Communities Working Group (VCoP)
The mission of the Federal VCoP Group is to develop and build upon the knowledge and skills of federal government employees and federally funded contractors who are involved with the day-to-day management of VCoPs by developing and supporting a community forum to share practices around key VCoP components, such as development, promotion and community engagement, maintenance and sustainability, and evaluation. The Federal VCoP Group is open to all managers/facilitators of single or multiple VCoPs in the federal government sector. 7
FEMA CBRN Office Regional Coordination
The Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Office, Response Directorate, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) supports the all-hazards response mission through the development and maintenance of specialized expertise, capabilities, and programs that help provide the foundation for a coordinated response to CBRN-related threats and incidents. This includes working with the FEMA Regional Offices in the development of policies, plans, procedures, and technical capacity in support of regional CBRN preparedness and incident response activities. Many FEMA Headquarters directorates/offices have a functional counterpart (either a sub-office or an individual point of contact) established within the FEMA Regional Offices. The Regional CBRN Coordinator assignment is not intended to be a full time position at this time and it is understood by all parties that the Regional CBRN Coordinator role is a collateral duty to an individual’s primary job duties. The Regional CBRN Coordinator will be expected to interact with the FEMA Headquarters CBRN office and perform a support role in fostering regional stakeholder collaboration and engagement in areas such as planning, communication, and capacity building; coordinating in specialized subject matter areas which help facilitate real-time incident management communication and coordination; and providing access to specialized knowledge, expertise, and technical capabilities critical to response efforts. Following this proven approach, the FEMA Headquarters CBRN Office and FEMA Regional Offices have collaborated together to establish and support a network of CBRN Coordinators at the regional level. Specifically, up to three Regional CBRN Coordinators (a primary and alternate(s) with exact numbers varying by region) have been designated to support CBRN-specific activities at each FEMA Regional Office. 13
FEMA CBRN Planning Toolbox - Under construction
.The CBRN Office is responsible for the development and maintenance of programs that enable FEMA to respond to the consequences of a CBRN disaster, including activities during both the crisis and consequence management phases of a CBRN response. Those programs include: • The Improvised Nuclear Device Response and Recovery Program • The Nuclear Incident Response Team, • The Domestic Emergency Response Team, • The Nuclear/Radiological Incident Prevention Program, • Chemical and Biological Program. The Office coordinates and is responsible for deliberate, adaptive analysis for potential/actual CBRN incidents and maintenance of special programs focused on CBRN hazards to communities throughout the Nation impacted by an CBRN incident, regardless of cause. Further, the Branch is accountable for representing the Agency in interagency and intradepartmental policy forums and providing leadership to the Federal Radiological Preparedness Coordinating Committee (FRPCC). Within the CBRN Planning Toolkit community you'll find multimedia files, documents, PDFs, and other information sets—a “one stop shop” for planners on all things Radiological and Nuclear with other CBRN information coming in future versions 8
FEMA CBRN Taining and Exercise
This community is for FEMA and the interagency to have visibility on FEMA CBRN training and exercises 3
FEMA Chemical Operations Support Specialist (COSS)
The Chemical Operations Support Specialist (COSS) is a state and local subject matter expert (SME) tasked with identifying and providing critical information to responders, key leaders, and decision-makers for preparedness and response efforts due to chemical incidents. The COSS has the ability to bridge together knowledge of national preparedness mission areas, chemical expertise, and knowledge of the Incident Command System (ICS) to minimize the impact of a potential or on-going chemical incident. As such, the COSS is a force multiplier for the state and local mission space that a locality might not otherwise have the ability to obtain. 6
FEMA ChemResponder Working Group
ChemResponder Vision: The ChemResponder/Responder Network will provide an operational tool to collect, manage and share chemical data during an emergency. The system will operate similar to the RadResponder Network, enabling a partnership driven approach to collecting critical incident data necessary to support lifesaving operations and decision making. The system will be based on a proven, multi-platform architecture leveraging both mobile applications for rapid collection of incident data and a web-based application for the aggregation and sharing of data into a single location to foster situational awareness and promote effective decision making. Data such as chemical identification, concentration, equipment information, responder information, and environmental conditions are aggregated into a single “Event” space. Events in ChemResponder are virtual locations for partner organizations to share data, pictures, atmospheric dispersions models and other GIS files to form a common operating picture during a chemical emergency. Working Group Purpose: 1. To identify critical capability gaps within the chemical preparedness/response community. 2. Cultivate requirements for a ChemResponder solution. 3. Identify existing tools, resources and capabilities presently used by chemical preparedness/response professionals which can be integrated within ChemResponder to provide a single sign on environment for accessing all existing resources. 10
FEMA City Planner Resource (CPR) Tools
The Chemical CPR (cCPR) tool is being developed by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in support of the FEMA/CBRN Office to provide chemical-release related information and effects, and is based on the methodology that was developed to build the Improvised Nuclear Device (IND) CPR (iCPR). The iCPR is an interactive web-GIS based tool that provides IND effect information for 60 major US cities. Information products are available for 600 scenarios covering 60 major US cities, with 2 yields and 5 predominant weather patterns (1 year long and 4 seasonal) for each city. The tool helps Planners to 1) quickly select input parameter sets for a given city and 2) predict the effects of an IND based on relevant characteristics from previously run high fidelity model simulations. The iCPR provides pre-calculated scenario specific information on population, geographic, and infrastructure impacts from prompt effects and fallout; movies of fallout transport and deposition; Interagency Modeling and Atmospheric Assessment Center (IMAAC) Briefing Products and Technical Products; downloadable scenario specific reports, movies, shapefiles, and kmz/kml files; as well as Federal guidance and nuclear/radiological effects background information. The cCPR tool, like the iCPR, is intended to be a resource for Response and Exercise Planners to obtain effects information for specific chemical release scenarios in specific cities/areas to support the chemical planning process and exercise development. FEMA and LLNL are currently developing the requirements for the tool by identifying locations, scenarios and information that will be useful to end users. This phase includes reaching out to planning communities across the US for input and feedback to assure that the final cCPR tool meets the needs of the chemical planning community. 1
FEMA Emergency Management Higher Education Program
The FEMA Emergency Management Higher Education CoP is a space where academics can share information regarding curricula, research, and good academic practices to further the profession, grow the next generation of emergency managers and contribute to creating a culture of preparedness 13
FEMA National Integration Center Strategic Resources Group (NIC SRG)
FEMA’s National Integration Center (NIC) uses this Community to ensure collaboration with its Strategic Resources Group (SRG). The NIC-SRG is comprised of local, state, tribal, territorial and federal practitioners and subject matter experts who augment the NIC’s capability to develop, maintain, and/or revise national preparedness doctrine, policy, supporting guidance, and best practices. Notably, products from the NIC relate to the implementation of Resource Typing and Credentialing (job title/position qualifications), two fundamental tenets of the National Incident Management System (NIMS), in support of sustaining and delivering the National Preparedness System and National Preparedness Goal. 85
FEMA Operational Planner Course Series
Home for FEMA Operational Planner Course students and instructors. 3
FEMA Region III Interstate Mutual Aid Initiative
Region III is initiating an effort to develop a regional interstate mutual aid process to ensure that needed resources are efficiently, effectively and responsibly secured when needed. We are partnering with the IAFC and the states in this initiative We are facilitating this important document in furtherance of supporting FEMA RIII citizens and first responders. 7
FEMA Region III Training and Exercises
Collaboration community for training and exercise efforts within FEMA Region III. Participants include state and Federal agencies. The community is a forum for sharing of training and exercise schedules and information in a single location. 38
FEMA Region IV NRIA SLSC Collaboration
FEMA Region IV NRIA SLSC Collaboration Community is a community established to provide an easily accessible, secure portal to support collaboration and information exchange among the Senior Leadership Steering Committee of the Region IV NRIA planning effort. Membership is limited to those on the Steering Committee, by invitation only, and the Core Planning Team involved in the project. 19
FEMA Region IV Regional Interagency Steering Committee (RISC)
This community is designed for members of the Regional Interagency Steering Committee (RISC), the states (AL, KY, GA, FL, MS, SC, NC, TN), and federal agencies in FEMA IV to collaborate and share best practices and lessons learned in support of regional information sharing capabilities. 62
FEMA Region X Regional Interagency Steering Committee GIS Subcommittee
FEMA Region X Regional Interagency Steering Committee (RISC) GIS Subcommittee. Region X states include: Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. The purpose of the Subcommittee is to promote interagency geospatial data collaboration throughout the emergency management community, and to provide a common geospatial situational awareness structure for FEMA Region X, its EM partners and local communities. 39
FEMA Resource Allocation Workshop
Addressing the impacts of a catastrophic event requires extensive mitigation, response, and recovery planning and coordination between multiple states, regions, and whole community partners. . The RAW advances whole community planning efforts in preparation for a catastrophic event in order to understand the resources required to address the possible consequences and identify available resources from whole community partners that could be used assist in disaster operations. 6
FEMA RIII and State NIMS and IMT Leadership Community
Restricted site for NIMS/IMT document sharing, discussions, training calendars and collaboration for NIMS/IMT leadership within RIII as well as FEMA staff. 32
Fire and Rescue Community of Practice
Open Community of Practice to post Fire and Rescue related information and encourage collaboration using threaded discussions, wikis, and blogs. 390
First Responder Working Group
The First Responder Working Group communicates first responder needs and ideas directly to the DHS Science and Technology Directorate (S&T). While membership to the in-person First Responder Working Group is by invitation only, this online Community of Practice is open to all First Responder Communities of Practice users to comment on FRWG initiatives. 343
FLETC S&T LNO Info Sharing
An internal facing site to share coordinating and information documents in support of the S&T PIONEER effort with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers 1
Flood Apex Program: Rethinking America’s Costliest Disaster
The Flood Apex Program was established in response to the direct request of FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate to bring together new and emerging technologies to increase communities’ resilience to flood disasters and provide flood predictive analytic tools to FEMA, state and local governments and other stakeholders. The Program’s key objectives are to reduce fatalities and property losses from future flood events; increase community resilience to disruptions caused by flooding; and develop better investment strategies to prepare for, respond to, recover from and mitigate against flood hazards. Its major product will be a National Flood Decision Support Toolkit (NFDST) to provide all levels of government with data, models, forecasting methods and access to other resources necessary to manage all. Flood Apex was initiated in January 2016 and will conclude at the end of FY2020. 32
Florida Emergency Preparedness Association Higher Ed Collaboration
A common platform for students, EM Professionals, and faculty to share research ideas/needs, best practices and lessons learned, available/desired internships and other opportunities for collaboration. 33
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
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