Event by Butler County Dept of Emergency Services-MEMC

MEMC Quarterly Training - September 2022 Afternoon

MEMC Quarterly Training - September 2022 Afternoon

Tuesday, September 27, 2022 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EST)
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location

Butler County Dept of Emergency Services EOC Classroom
120 McCune Drive
Butler, Pennsylvania, United States 16001

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Who To Report Damages To

The recovery process begins with the identification of damages at the local level and the expeditious reporting of those damages within the emergency management channels:

Individuals and businesses report property damages to the community’s emergency management coordinator (MEMC)

Elected officials report municipal property and infrastructure damages to the community’s emergency management coordinator (MEMC)

Community emergency management coordinators (MEMC) report damages to residential, business and municipal property and infrastructure within their community to the county emergency management coordinator

County emergency management coordinators report overall damages to residential, business, and municipal property and infrastructure within their county to PEMA using the Initial Damage Reporter function of the automated Pennsylvania Emergency Information Reporting System (PEIRS).

PEMA analyzes the damage information it receives from the county/counties to determine if the event warrants requesting assistance from either FEMA or the SBA.

location

Butler County Dept of Emergency Services EOC Classroom
120 McCune Drive
Butler, Pennsylvania, United States 16001

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Event hosted by

Butler County Dept of Emergency Services-MEMC
120 MCCUNE DR
BUTLER, PA, 16001
Amy Marree
amarree@co.butler.pa.us

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