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: 2016/2017

Number of Emergency Management events responded to: 47
Updated 5/18/2017

Identify EOC support personnel from necessary county departments and work with HR and Department Heads to add to appropriate job descriptions.check
In any event where the EOC (Emergency Operations Center) would need to be stood up and ready, we would have someone at the EOC within 1-1/2 hours. check
Conduct one training opportunity for County level staff in the EOC that would include manning stations, logging in to pc’s and testing equipmentcheck
Conduct at least 3 training exercises as per the North Carolina Emergency Management requirement for Emergency Management Preparedness Grant check
Complete COOP rewrite by end of FY 16-17 with a target of 25% completion per quarter. check
Track progress of the County’s Hazardous Mitigation Plan (5 year Plan)check
Attend at least one Chief’s Council meetingcheck
Conduct a County Risk Assessmentcheck