Preparing for the Big One

What to do when the “really” big one’ hits. Are you prepared for the next big earthquake and other disasters Seattle could face? Attend this presentation to hear from local emergency management experts about what you can do to get prepared. Learn about the City’s new emergency alert and notification system – AlertSeattle – and […]

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Hub Captains Network Monthly Meeting

Doors open at 6:30 for visiting and light snacks, meeting starts at 7:00. This is our regular meeting to share information about citywide activities and what each hub is doing.

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Disaster First Aid Workshop

Friday, April 15, 2016 Learn how to care for and respond to injuries after a major disaster when 9-1-1 is overwhelmed or unavailable.   This session provides practice on how to recognize and treat life-threatening conditions, how to conduct a patient assessment and how to creatively use household items as first aid materials. **Course does […]

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New Preparedness App available

New app helps remind you to take steps to prepare for diasters The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has just released a new application for your smartphone which sends you reminders to help keep your emergency kit and plan in top shape.  If you have taken the time to build your own kit and have […]

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Emergency Management Experts – Disaster Preparedness

Attend this presentation to learn about the hazards that impact Seattle and hear from local emergency management experts about what you can do to get prepared. Learn about steps you can take to prepare yourself and your household, as well as how you can connect with others in your neighborhood. Also find out about City’s […]

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Communications Academy

Theme for 2016’s Academy will be: “Are We Ready – for “The Big One”? “ Two days of training and information on various aspects of emergency communications. Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES©); Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS); EOC Support Teams; Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES), Civil Air Patrol, Coast Guard Auxiliary, REACT, CERT and anyone […]

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Wedgwood Meaningful Movies – Cascadia: The Circle of Fire

Join us to watch a “groundbreaking” documentary which educates homeowners, business owners and educators on earthquake hazards unique to the Cascadia region and how to effectively prepare for and survive them. The movie will be followed by a presentation on the Seattle Neighbors Actively Prepare (SNAP) program and discussion about the Wedgwood Hub. Doors open […]

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Public Health ESF 8 Spring Briefing

(Open to Hub people) Public Health—Seattle & King County is pleased to announce the topics for the Spring 2016 King County Emergency Support Function 8 briefing for local emergency managers, healthcare partners, community-based organizations and public health information officers. These biannual briefings feature updates on plans, research and other issues that Public Health is addressing […]

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Hub Captains Network Monthly Meeting

Doors open at 6:30 for visiting and light snacks, meeting starts at 7:00. This is our regular meeting to share information about citywide activities and what each hub is doing.

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