Local Facilities Manager's Connectin (LFMC) Meeting - Thursday, September 15, 2016 - Unique Facilities Management & Disaster Recovery. LFMC thanks our host Dana Gray & Bill Wanner with Eugene Mission
Thursday, September 15th, 2016 / 8am – 930am
1542 West First Ave
Eugene, OR 97402
8-810 / Meet near main entrance to Eugene Mission
810-840 / Tour of the fire damaged Eugene Mission kitchen in progress for restoration as well as tour of the temporary kitchen currently being utilized to serve our community. We plan to go with the flow in regards to tour and discussion, we may extend time related to tour.
840-855 / News & Introductions
Primary Discussion Topic:
Discuss the unique nature of facilities management at the Eugene Mission as well as the experience of recovering from disaster affecting critical services for an organization –
LFMC September Announcements:
1) If you missed out on the August meeting, you can catch the recap video HERE.
2) LFMC had the opportunity to discuss NFMT Vegas 2016 conference with the organizers, read the interview HERE? We confirmed, this is a FREE conference held November 1-2, 2016.
3) #LFMCSALEM! We are looking to host a meeting in the Salem area sometime in January/February 2017. Let us know if you have contacts are are interested in assisting.
Thank you to this month's webpage sponsor - BELFOR Property Restoration Water/Fire Damage - Call BELFOR 541.726.9905
The coalition works collectively to increase community and organization disaster resilience. The coalition aims to enhance each member’s ability to educate the community about their efforts to mitigate, respond to, continue critical operations during, and recover from crisis and disaster events.
For the upcoming August 2016 meeting of LPC, the presenters and interactive topics will include:
Lane Blood Center - Business Continuity When the Heat is On
Emergency Water Supply Guidebook
IBHS Open for Business planning toolkit
Featured speaker Doug Engel from the Lane Blood Center will share about their business continuity challenges and solutions when nearby Civic Stadium was reduced to ashes in a catastrophic fire. Facilitators will discuss tips and tools to help you stay open for business when disaster strikes during this interactive workshop.
500 E. 4th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97401
North Building Training Room
Wednesday, August 10th, 2016
230pm - 400pm
Learn more about Lane Preparedness Coalition and their training/events on their website.
Organizations currently active on the LPC Steering Committee include: Central Lane 911, City of Eugene (2014 Chair), City of Springfield, City of Cottage Grove, Eugene CERT, Lane Council of Governments (LCOG), Lane County Public Health, McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center, Oregon Health Authority, Peace Health Medical Center at Riverbend, Red Cross - Oregon Pacific Chapter, University of Oregon (2013 Chair), Eugene Water & Electric Board (2015, 2016 Chair), Lane County Community Organizations Active In Disaster (COAD).
During our discussion for the Local Facilities Managers Connection (LFMC) Meeting in April of 2016, the topic of disaster preparedness was brought up as it relates to our organizations having business continuity plans as well as resources for our team members to prepare themselves and their families.
The University of Oregon Enterprise Risk Services has drafted a brochure that helps organizations as well as individuals to break their disaster preparedness plan into a three month calendar and shopping list. While many family emergency kits can be expansive and expensive, the University has taken the guess work out of the process by breaking it down into simple, executable steps.
Assemble everything you need for a robust emergency kit by purchasing
By following this plan, you can, "Prepare yourself and your family for emergencies in just 12 weeks." The tri fold pamphlet is broken down by color and by weeks into "Items to purchase or collect" and "Things to do."
Let us know if this resource was helpful to you and what additional measures your organization is taking to assist your team members to take care of their families while your organization maintains continuity in the event of a disaster.
University of Oregon - Enterprise Risk Services - Create An Emergency Supply Kit
LFMC Articles in trade publications
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