Emergency Management

Emergency Management is an ongoing process to prevent, mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from a usually unforeseen incident that threatens life, property, operations, and/or the environment.

Emergency Management includes:

  • Risk Assessment, Prevention, and Mitigation planning
  • Occupant Emergency Plans (OEPs)
  • First-Responder Training
  • Evacuation Planning
  • Shelter-in-Place Planning
  • Emergency Management Plan
  • ERT/SAOCs
  • Emergency Operations Center SOPs
  • NIMS/ICS Adoption and Implementation
  • Training, Testing and Exercising plans
  • Public Access AED Program
  • External MOUs/MOAs

For additional information on any of the above contact the Department of Emergency Management or go to their website.

To see presentations on Emergency Management given at Georgetown; click here