Reaching Your Residents When Every Moment Counts

MACo’s Summer Conference, “Winds of Change,” features something for everyone!

emergency-hurricane-disasterEmergency communication plans are crucial to keeping residents safe and informed during a crisis event. In this MACo Summer Conference session, experts will give an overview of how to build a plan that involves all necessary decision-makers and first responders and how to share next steps and updates with residents.

Reaching Your Residents When Every Moment Counts

    • Description:  Your county is in crisis. It’s a flood…a hurricane…or another dangerous event where connecting quickly counts – residents need your help and need to know what to do to be safe. What’s your county’s plan? This hands-on exercise will put you into the shoes of a county decision-maker so you can learn from the “boots on the ground” experience. Planning, outreach, and cross-agency coordination are all part of your response – but how do you bring it all together when the chips are down?
    • Speakers:
      • Brittany Higgins
        Public Relations Coordinator, Washington County
      • David Hays
        Director, Emergency Services, Washington County
    • Moderator: The Honorable Jeff Ghrist, MD House of Delegates
    • Date/Time: Thursday, August 15, 2019; 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

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