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DHS to Adopt Voluntary Preparedness Standards for Private Sector
The Voluntary Private Sector Preparedness Accreditation and Certification Program is mandated by the Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007 to establish a common set of criteria for private sector preparedness, including disaster management, emergency management, and business continuity programs. The goal of this voluntary program is to enhance nationwide resilience in an all hazards environment by improving private sector preparedness. Participation in the program will be voluntary and intended to be driven by the marketplace.

DHS, in coordination with the Ready Campaign (www.ready.gov) is considering the option of developing a self-assessment preparedness tool. Compliance for small business may be in the form of a formal self-declaration of conformity.

Preparedness Expo

The SAFER Preparedness Expo was a great success. There was enough food for all who cared to eat. The vendors seemed quite pleased with the amount of space they had and the number of contacts they made. We had a lot of volunteers working; Pace CERT and 4-H (teen CERT) worked 2 tables, RSVP, amateur radio and 4-H volunteers worked registration, Santa Rosa Fair committee members worked the kitchen, and SAFER members Sparkie Folkers, Tracie McMahan and Jeff & Melanie McMillan worked the SAFER table. Lowes, Avalon Fire Department and Breeze Bounce provided outdoor children entertainment, and SAFER member Hometown Contractors were the sponsor.

SAFER Preparedness Expo Photos

 
 

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