Opportunities and events to start the year…

Here are a few preparedness-related items to note on your new 2012 calendars!

Emergency Preparedness Project events – UPDATE, 1/13/12: We just received word from the White Center-South Delridge Community Safety Coalition that today’s preparedness community mixer event at the Salvation Army in Highland Park has been cancelled.  To avoid any confusion, I have deleted the info about it here and removed the flyer from this posting…

The following events are still happening:

Interested in training others?  If so, you can attend a Train the Trainer class for those interested in helping train others about emergency preparedness. It will be on Saturday, February 11th from 9 – 2. This free class is sponsored by the Office of Emergency Management; they specifically encourage those who are interested in or involved with our emergency communication hubs to consider attending!  More details about registration in the flyer below:

OEM train-the-trainer class flyer

Seattle Office of Emergency Management's train-the-trainer class flyer


Your feedback wanted!  Don’t miss the opportunity to provide feedback on Seattle’s Disaster Readiness and Response Plan. You can do so via a survey or attend an in-person meeting here in West Seattle.

Updated, 1/16/12: Due to the snow this week, this meeting that was scheduled for January 17th has been cancelled and will be rescheduled. You’ll find more information in this posting.

There are many other emergency preparedness events and activities coming up this year; we’ll post more later. Meanwhile, we hope your new year is off to a great start!

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