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July 2015 CERT E-Brief

CERT - Community Emergency Response Team

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CERT E-Brief

Volume 2 / Issue 3

West Virginia CERT Programs Team Up for Diesel Spill Response

It was a cold, rainy evening on January 23, 2015, when icy roads caused a diesel fuel truck to overturn in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, releasing 4,000 gallons of fuel into a creek that flows into the Greenbrier River. This was especially critical because the Greenbrier River is the primary water source for the eastern part of the county, and feeds a water plant that serves nearly 12,000 people.

 
 

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Newport News, VA CERT Supports Refugee Resettlement Program

Newport News CERT partners with Commonwealth Catholic Charities to provide free disaster preparedness training to refugees participating in the resettlement program.

CERTCON 2015 Offers Drills, Skills, Thrills to Attendees

On June 20 and 21, 2015, the Montgomery County, Maryland CERT program hosted the fifth annual CERTCON, an event that draws CERTs from throughout the nation to network, train, and share best practices with one another.

The Villages CERT Performs Critical Role in Preparing Retirement Community

Sumter County, Florida is home to a fast-growing retirement community known as The Villages. This 22-year-old community has a population of more than 120,000 people and gains nearly 600 new residents each month.  

 

2015 Training Dates

Course Name: E0427 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program Manager

September 17 - 18, 2015

This course prepares participants to establish and sustain an active local CERT program.

Course Name: E0428 Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Train-the-Trainer

September 9 -11, 2015

This course prepares participants to deliver FEMAs CERT Basic Training course.

 
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