Emergency ManagementThe Alamance County Emergency Management works to improve our community’s resilience and preparedness for disasters, whether natural or man-made by providing a comprehensive all-hazard emergency management program that supports all of the citizens and visitors of Alamance County.

Workload Measures: 2017/2018

Number of emergency calls responded to: 51
How many were HazMat related: 29
How many were weather or natural hazard related: 5
How many staff hours: 148.5
Number of training events delivered or supported: 28
How many individuals received training: 236
How many staff hours: 76
Number of training events participated in: 27
How many staff hours: 141
Number of outreach events participated in: 11
Updated 6/14/2018

GOALSPROGRESS
Identify EOCsupport personnel from necessary county departments and update the EOC activation list on a yearly basischeck
Update county EOP (Emergency Operations Plan)check
Conduct at least one training opportunity for County level staff in the EOC that would include manning stations, logging in to PCs, and testing equipmentcheck
Conduct at least 3 training exercises as per the North Carolina Emergency Management
requirement for Emergency Management Preparedness Grant. (As per State guidelines one "live event/incident"can be substituted for a training exercise)
check
Maintain a 95%collection rate for the TIER II feescheck
Conduct a "Functional" Unified Command Exercise to test Interstate Annexcheck
Maintain shelter agreements with the American Red Cross and complete 2 walk throughs at shelter sitescheck
Conduct a county THIRA (Threat Hazard Identification Risk Assessment)check