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).
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