Last day of our Incident Management Team Planning Section Chief

Last and final day of our Incident Management Team Plans Section Chief course.


Lots of discussion on integration, preparedness, deployable status, readiness, as well as some deep discussion on demobilization.


Fun parts about a Plans Section Chief isn’t so much about pushing papers, it’s really about thinking ahead x12 hours or x24 hours ahead of schedule to support operations.

Special thanks to FEMA, Ohio EMA and Hamilton County EMA for hosting this course for Ohio providers from across our great state. 


Special thanks to HC EMA Training & Exercise Emily Lakamp and Planning Morgan Peterson for bringing this all together.


As most classes go, these past four days are filled with lots of stuff and asking participants to leave their home jurisdictions to participate in class is tough. However, glad to see so many smiles from our public safety, public health, as well as our military actively engaging with everyone in class.
Best part? I was able to share a little of the #AlohaSpirit with everyone this week.


See, lots of smiles!

To my newest batch of Plans Section Chiefs: Go forth and plan well for your peeps. Use your Planning newly acquired planning knowledge for good!

Reporting live from Cinci…..

@rusnivek

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