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    Looking for updates on what resources are being called into help Katrina. Looking at the media footage, there would appear a complete failure of the EMS / Fire system unless most of the apparatus were previously moved out of harms way. Anybody have any updates?

    I am sure there must be a shortage of initial urban / water rescue crews. Anybody hearing what the plan is?. I know FEMA request no one to go help without being dispatched by an official agency, I am just surprised we have not heard more about units getting called in as yet. If you are hearing any requests or ramping up for deployment please let us know.

    In the long term, HazMat Tech, urban / con-space personnel would appear to be in high demand down there.

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    If you look around you will see that Cali, Va, Nebraska, Ohio (both) Tx, and Ariz Task Forces are either on the way or already there just to name a few. Most were called up prior to landfall and staged in the surrounding states. Now we are seeing some of the smaller non FEMA state USAR teams going as well such as here in Michigan I know both of our USAR teams are in the "Final Pack" standby.

    However, remember that it takes a Task Force a little time to get where they are needed and with delays in travel and the road situations it takes a long time to get all of their toys on scene.
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    The Massachusetts USAR taskforce and the Disiater Medical Assistance Teams (Dmat) have been activated.
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    The only thing I have heard of from area at this time is 50 Sheriffs deputies and about half a dozen ALS rescues. I would assume there will be more as in engines/trucks but nothing yet. We also have a DMAT team and I assume they are on the way as well. We have a big USCG air station here and I hear they have pretty much emptied that out.
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    We have a team put togther to go , they called to check on a status if we would be able to send any help if necessary , were just waiting for the call to go all our bags are packed. We probably wont get called there untill waters recead more , in another week or 2 . But you never know.
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    WASHINGTON — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (search) is seeking 2,000 Homeland Security Department workers to spend two weeks carrying out duties in the area devastated by Hurricane Katrina (search).

    FEMA director Michael Brown told Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff (search) in a letter that he needs 1,000 people within 48 hours and 2,000 within a week.

    Training will be provided in Emmitsburg, Md., Atlanta or Orlando and special skills, such as being bilingual or having a commercial driver's license are important.

    The volunteers are being told they must be able to work long hours, outdoors, all day and to bring:

    — Sunscreen, sun hat and sunglasses.

    — Walking shoes.

    — Mosquito repellant.

    — Medication, both over the counter and prescription.

    — Valid driver's license.

    — Government ID.

    — Cash (ATMs may not be working).

    — Government cell phone, computer, blackberry.

    — Appropriate clothing (walking shorts acceptable).

    — Rain gear.

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    Every USAR team in the nation has been activated in some form or fashion.
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    Memphis, I work for NJTF, not all teams are activated yet. All fema teams possibly. But not all teams.

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    who do we call to volunteer, I have several, GA EMA Rescue Specialist on the Dept willing to go
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    NVFC Establishes Emergency Relief Fund for Fire Departments

    The National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) has established an Emergency Relief Fund to aid fire departments who have been impacted by Hurricane Katrina.

    Online donations via the NVFC website at www.nvfc.org will begin to be accepted later this week. However, checks can be mailed to:

    NVFC Emergency Relief Fund
    P.O. Box 223202
    Chantilly, VA 20153

    ** All contributions are tax-deductible and your cancelled check will serve as your receipt.

    Equipment Donations

    If you have equipment and supplies that you would like to donate to fire and emergency services departments in the affected areas, the NVFC encourages you to work through your State Emergency Management offices and notify them that you have the equipment. All requests will be put on standby until such time that the items are requested from the impacted states.

    To find contact information for your state Emergency Management office, visit: http://www.fema.gov/fema/statedr.shtm
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    I heard today that our Las Vegas Search & Rescue team is preping up by request. Best of luck and God speed to all who go to help and to those needing the help.

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    Just got a fax from FEMA request 1000 2 person fire teams to go to the area from across the country. This is only for career right now. Volunteers are to be handled in the next phase.
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    We are a combination department , and both paid on call and career guys have signed up how woudl that work out if career is now and volunteer is later ?? We are in north florida and ready to go , I do not know all the details on how who they contact , but they did contact our chief and ask if we'd be able to go if they needed us , so were just all packed and ready to go but I don't think they'd call us till another week or two.
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    Our Operations Officer at my part time job (Rural/Metro) contacted everyone at our base to see if they were interested and available to go to New Orleans. Corporate Headquarters is requesting 500 EMT's and Medics nationwide to respond for a 10 day relief tour, 12 on 12 off, unknown start date. We're just waiting for the call to go (as soon as I cover my primary job!).
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    Perhaps this will help some of you wanting to help in Mississippi:

    http://www.mema.ms.gov/media_advisor...ers8.31.05.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by arhaney
    Perhaps this will help some of you wanting to help in Mississippi:

    http://www.mema.ms.gov/media_advisor...ers8.31.05.pdf

    thank you so much, just spoke to them i am eagerly awaiting a phone call tomorrow.

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    From the USFA and FEMA:

    http://www.usfa.fema.gov/about/media/katrina.shtm

    USFA Request to Mobilize Fire Service Members
    Our Nation is faced with the most catastrophic natural disaster in modern times, and we are calling upon the Nation’s fire service to aid the affected citizens and communities. This is the United States Fire Administration’s initial request to mobilize members of the fire service within Federal guidelines.

    The current need is for 1,000 two-person teams. A department may offer more than one two-person team. These people will be deployed as a team, and we prefer that they know one another prior to deployment.

    This initial request is for full-time career firefighters that are employed by municipal government and sponsored by that municipality because of the way that salaries and expenses will be reimbursed. We will include the volunteer fire service in the next phase. They must be:

    Physically capable of performing manual tasks under severe conditions;
    Experienced in working with minimum supervision;
    Capable of living in austere, severe living conditions with minimal or no creature comforts for a period of at least 30 days;
    Free of medical condition(s) that would prevent them from working in these conditions for this period of time; and,
    Able to work within the ICS, provide basic first aid, and follow orders.
    The work is non-operational community relations focused activities that consist of direct outreach to persons in the affected areas. They will assist victims in understanding how they will go about the process of getting Federal assistance, distributing information, providing minimal first-aid, and taking reports. The work will be outside, exposed to the elements and will require significant walking.

    FEMA will notify the Chief of Department, and selected applicants will be notified by their Chief of Department that they have been selected. NO ONE SHOULD DEPLOY WITHOUT NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE FROM FEMA. Selected applicants will report to a central location in the Atlanta, Georgia area for training and further deployment. Travel to the Atlanta, Georgia area will be per government authorization in a manner specified upon acceptance. Acceptance information will also cover lodging and other related expense reimbursement information.
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    I wonder how many more calls they will make for people. Its hard even with the news recordings for us at home to really understand all thats going on down there and I hope we can as a country unite and come up with every resource needed to aid them.

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    Ohio USAR 1 is going.

    I hate sitting on the sidelines. I am going to find out what it takes to get into my local USAR team and make that commitment for future events.
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    This is from a friend who's team is involved in Katrina:

    Our USAR team went out this afternoon At the last
    minute the team was called from our folks that are already there and told to bring machetes. Seems there are so many gators and snakes around that they are working with a rescue tool in one hand and a machete in the other to kill things coming up on them. But our Chiefs being the proactive ones they are did just what they were told and made a run to pick up the fifty items.

    Not good stuff.

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    Wow steve irwin needs to get there and help us out some and catch some of the krikey critters.

    That's some scary ish , as big of a guy as I am , everythign would flock to me in the water all's they'd see is a 6'5" 300lbs piece of food .

    Thanks for all the info guys.
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    I know that they are requesting medical helicopters to transport people from the hospitals that are in intesive care units. Not sure who all is going but Life Flight out of Toledo sent one of their helicopters yesterday and are planning on being there at least 4 days.

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    This is from the email group "The Secret List". If you are not a member then head over to firefighterclosecalls.com and sign up. It always has great info...

    FEMA/DHS Requests Fire Service Emergency Assistance

    Urgent need for 1,000 2-person firefighter teams





    Fairfax, VA, August 31, 2005… Our nation’s fire service has been called upon to
    send 1,000 two-person firefighter teams to help the citizens of the Louisiana,
    Mississippi, and Alabama affected by Hurricane Katrina.

    FEMA has asked the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) and the Metro
    Section of the IAFC/NFPA to get this request for assistance from FEMA to the
    fire service to help FEMA respond to disaster recovery efforts. The
    International Association of Fire Fighters is supporting this effort to inform
    fire fighters in response to FEMA’s request.

    Due to FEMA/DHS policies & requirements, the initial teams will be limited to
    career firefighters and must be selected and approved by the chief of the
    department. Teams will need to be physically fit and capable of working in very
    austere conditions for an extended period of time – sleeping on the ground,
    eating MRE’s. They will need to pack for carry-on baggage only – backpacks are
    recommended. Teams will be working for at least a 30-day period.



    The Volunteer & Combination Officers Section (VCOS) of the IAFC is working with
    FEMA to provide the same opportunities to volunteer fire fighters in this and in
    future disaster situations. “While we understand why this decision was necessary
    due to the absolute urgency of the situation and the need to get these teams in
    place as soon as possible, it is essential that FEMA/DHS use the volunteer fire
    service and the IAFC and VCOS are working to see that volunteer firefighters are
    included in this important effort,” said Chief Bill Killen, president of the
    IAFC.



    “I know our nation’s fire chiefs will answer this call, just as we know that the
    fire chiefs of these affected states would help the citizens of our towns in a
    moment of crisis. Our prayers are with the thousands of citizens who are
    suffering and especially for those responders who are working to alleviate the
    destruction, pain and suffering,” said Chief Killen.



    Individual team members will need to register through the National Emergency
    Training Center’s normal course registration process. FEMA will accept the fire
    chief’s certification on the application forms as the equivalent to a federal
    background check on the individual team members. Jurisdictions will be
    reimbursed for the teams and teams will be provided brief initial training in
    Atlanta as Community Relations Response Teams to prepare them to assist the
    citizens in the disaster area.

    .

    For details, please read the message below from the Chief R. David Paulison, US
    Fire Administrator.





    U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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    REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE FROM THE UNITED STATES FIRE SERVICE

    IN RESPONSE TO HURRICANE KATRINA



    Our Nation is faced with the most catastrophic natural disaster in modern times,
    and we are calling upon the Nation’s fire service to aid the affected citizens
    and communities. This is the United States Fire Administration’s initial
    request to mobilize members of the fire service within Federal guidelines.



    The current need is for 1,000 two-person teams. A department may offer more
    than one two-person team. These people will be deployed as a team, and we prefer
    that they know one another prior to deployment.



    This initial request is for full-time career firefighters that are employed by
    municipal government and sponsored by that municipality because of the way that
    salaries and expenses will be reimbursed. We will include the volunteer fire
    service in the next phase. They must be:

    Physically capable of performing manual tasks under severe conditions;
    Experienced in working with minimum supervision;
    Capable of living in austere, severe living conditions with minimal or no
    creature comforts for a period of at least 30 days;
    Free of medical condition(s) that would prevent them from working in these
    conditions for this period of time; and,
    Able to work within the ICS, provide basic first aid, and follow orders.


    The work is non-operational community relations focused activities that consist
    of direct outreach to persons in the affected areas. They will assist victims
    in understanding how they will go about the process of getting Federal
    assistance, distributing information, providing minimal first-aid, and taking
    reports. The work will be outside, exposed to the elements and will require
    significant walking.



    FEMA will notify the Chief of Department, and selected applicants will be
    notified by their Chief of Department that they have been selected. NO ONE
    SHOULD DEPLOY WITHOUT NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE FROM FEMA. Selected applicants
    will report to a central location in the Atlanta, Georgia area for training and
    further deployment. Travel to the Atlanta, Georgia area will be per government
    authorization in a manner specified upon acceptance. Acceptance information
    will also cover lodging and other related expense reimbursement information.



    APPLICATION PROCESS



    The application process is the exact same process as applying for a National
    Fire Academy resident course. Applicants will complete FEMA Form 75-5A (short
    form) general application which can be found at:



    http://www.usfa.fema.gov/training/nf...nfa-abt1c.shtm



    In box 12a. “Course Code and Title” the applicant should enter “COMMUNITY
    RELATIONS DEPLOYMENT”and “L282”. In Box #21, please fill in the names of BOTH
    team members. No other course information is required on the application, but
    everything else must be completed. This is the form that will be used for
    reimbursement to the department or jurisdiction. Additional salary / personnel
    information will be required upon acceptance. The application must be fully
    completed and signed by the Chief of the Department or the Chief’s designee.
    The application should be faxed to 301-447-1234. A scanned completed/signed
    application can be emailed to: firehire@dhs.gov



    The department must submit two applications (one team). Single individual
    applications will not be accepted.



    We will notify the first 1000 teams of their acceptance and process any
    additional applications in the event that they are needed in the future.



    Submission of an application DOES NOT MEAN THAT THE TEAM HAS BEEN ACCEPTED.
    Acceptance is a second, separate process. The Chief of the Department or
    designee will be notified of the teams’ acceptance, and provided deployment
    information.



    If you have any questions or need additional information, please call
    301-447-7250.



    INFORMATION FOR THE CHIEF OF DEPARTMENT

    Your signature on the application represents your approval of the activity and
    deployment of the applicant team, as well as confirmation of the following:



    The suitability of the applicants to perform the duties listed under the severe
    conditions listed above;
    They have passed your department’s employment background check;
    They are familiar with and have demonstrated ability to work within the Incident
    Command System;
    They are capable of providing basic first aid and following orders.


    The concept is that your team will be able to work independently under tough
    conditions, being provided only food, water and perhaps rustic shelter.



    FEMA will reimburse the department or jurisdiction as necessary for the salary
    of each team. It is the responsibility of each team member to retain and submit
    receipts for other mission related expenses.



    Submitting an application does not mean that the person is accepted. Acceptance
    is a separate process. Do not allow anyone from your department to deploy
    without official follow-up confirmation. That confirmation will provide
    specific detailed information.



    If one member of the team drops out, then the other member of the team will
    either not deploy or be sent back home. The Chief of Department will be notified
    of the teams’ acceptance and provided the deployment information.



    INFORMATION FOR THE TEAM BEING DEPLOYED

    Do not self-deploy. If you are accepted, you will be given specific further
    directions from your Chief of Department.



    Each team should bring a basic medical jump kit (bandages, BP set) to provide
    minimal first aid. You will be provided government ID in the Atlanta, Georgia
    area.

    You will be deployed with another member of your organization as a team and will
    be working with that person for the duration.



    Following are items which you must bring with you:

    sleeping bag;
    personal hygiene necessities:
    medications;
    insect repellent;
    sun screen;
    rain gear;
    flashlight and batteries.


    We cannot guarantee that you will have a vehicle or a means to transport or
    store gear. FEMA will provide you with FEMA shirts. Remember that you may have
    to carry with you everything that you bring for the entire time. Finally, please
    ensure that members of your family can function without your presence for at
    least 30 days.

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    If you have equipment and supplies that might be useful found a link you can tell HSA about it. Apparently FEMA is pretty slow about asking for help. Perhaps can prime the pump by getting directly into the SW database.

    Go to https://www.swern.gov/emergency/asset_app.php

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    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...083101758.html

    You will need to click on the above link to view the websites...

    If the link doesn't work -- go to www.washingtonpost.com and look for
    "Hurricane Katrina -- Online Resources and How to Help"


    Hurricane Katrina -- Online Resources and How to Help
    Compiled by Staff and From Wires
    Thursday, September 1, 2005; 10:30 AM

    Resources for Finding Missing Persons

    * Nola.com Missing Persons

    Reporter's Query

    We Want to Hear Your Story

    The Washington Post and washingtonpost.com want to hear your stories about Hurricane Katrina.

    Scammers Hit Web In Katrina's Wake
    Web sites claiming to collect donations for Hurricane Katrina victims.

    Full List of Blogs (4 links) »

    * NowPublic Missing Persons Board

    * WWL-TV Missing Persons Forum

    * WWL-TV Post If You're Okay Board

    * Sunherald (Miss.) Missing Persons Board

    * Houma, La., Courier: Storm Forum

    * The Mississippi Press Missing Persons Forum

    * National Next of Kin Registry

    * Yahoo Hurricane Katrina Message Boards (Broken out by city)

    * Craig's List Lost and Found

    Get Help

    * FEMA Disaster Assistance Process

    Make a Donation

    FEMA listed the following agencies as needing cash to assist hurricane victims:

    * American Red Cross, 800-HELP-NOW (435-7669) English, 800-257-7575 Spanish.

    * America's Second Harvest, 800-344-8070.

    * Adventist Community Services, 800-381-7171.

    * Catholic Charities USA, 800-919-9338.

    * Christian Disaster Response, 941-956-5183 or 941-551-9554.

    * Christian Reformed World Relief Committee, 800-848-5818.

    * Church World Service, 800-297-1516.

    * Convoy of Hope, 417-823-8998.

    * Lutheran Disaster Response, 800-638-3522.

    * Mennonite Disaster Service, 717-859-2210.

    * Nazarene Disaster Response, 888-256-5886.

    * Operation Blessing, 800-436-6348.

    * Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, 800-872-3283.

    * Salvation Army, 800-SAL-ARMY (725-2769).

    * Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief, 800-462-8657, Ext. 6440.

    * United Methodist Committee on Relief, 800-554-8583

    * Avoid Katrina-Related Scams and Hoaxes (Security Fix Blog)

    Volunteer

    * The Baton Rouge Advocate: How to Help

    * Craig's List Volunteer Listings

    Washington Benefits

    Do you know of any Washington area relief benefits or events? Send them to us at tellus@washingtonpost.com. Please include any contact information or relevant Web addresses for verification.

    * DC JazzFest Happy Hour, 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1
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