Best Practices in CERT with Alameda and Palo Alto, CA

Thursday, March 28, 2019
1:30pm EST / 10:30am PST

When a disaster strikes, traditional “911” responders such as fire, police and paramedics are often overwhelmed and unable to immediately assist individuals. CERT groups are compiled of community members who have volunteered to assist first responders in their neighborhoods. Captain Sharon Oliver and Nathan Rainey both manage large teams in an area where chances of natural disaster are high, so they know that organized and efficient communication is critical.

Join us for a webinar featuring Captain Sharon Oliver of City of Alameda Fire Department and Nathan Rainey of Palo Alto Emergency Services as they share and discuss modern methods of managing and communicating with CERT members before, during and after an emergency.

Attendees will learn:

  • How to stay in contact with CERT members via mobile call outs and check-ins
  • How to organize and manage important member information with custom forms
  • How to create and manage a room for day-to-day communications and how to connect to email
  • How to use the mobile-app for on-site damage assessments with instant photo and video sharing
  • How to log and manage inventory for mobile disaster units
Captain Sharon Oliver
Disaster Preparedness Coordinator, City of Alameda Fire Department
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Nathan Rainey
Emergency Services Coordinator, City of Palo Alto
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