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Regional Hazardous Materials Emergency Plan

The primary purpose of this plan is to provide the framework and methodology to efficiently respond to hazardous materials emergencies within the communities of the Franklin County Regional Emergency Planning…
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Emergency Preparedness Planning in a Pandemic Workshop Toolkit

The Western Region Homeland Security Councils’ “Preparedness in a Pandemic” planning considerations workshop kit is adapted from operational guidance developed by both the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Massachusetts Emergency Management…
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Public Messaging Template

Communities have tremendous responsibility for managing and coordinating emergency response. During the early stages of an emergency it is very difficult to develop timely, effective and consistent public messages. In…
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Family Reunification Plan Template

The Family Reunification Plan Template (PDF. 3.5 MB) is a result of WRHSAC’s Children in Disasters: Keeping Kids Safe project. The ability to reunify children with their families or care givers following…
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Franklin County Disaster Debris Management Plan

The Disaster Debris Management Plan exists to: Provide a centralized repository of information critical to kicking-off and operating a disaster debris management program (including location of debris staging sites, zone…
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Regional Sheltering Plan

The purpose of this document is to provide the municipalities of Franklin County with a plan for regional sheltering so that they can provide the essential emergency services associated with…
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Spontaneous Volunteer Plan

Historically, first responders have been hesitant to incorporate unaffiliated volunteers into response efforts, even when a clear need for additional “manpower” has been identified. This hesitation is grounded in real…
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