Gordon, Joel
March 2005
Fire Chief;Mar2005, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p52
Trade Publication
Focuses on diligent planning, multi-level coordination and practice that managed the devastating hurricanes that hit Florida. Development by the Division of Emergency Management of the State Warning Point to stay informed of major incidents occurring in Florida; Three levels of activations defined by Emergency Operations Center, to maintain a state of readiness; Description of the rescuers' operations during the disasters in Florida. INSET: EOC ACTIVATION LEVELS.


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