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Scenario Village last minute opportunity THIS SAT
NET CLASS APRIL/MAY
Mon April 17 Seismic Retrofit Presentation
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**TIME SENSITIVE!**
Jeremy Van Keuren, our PBEM NET Coordinator, says:
I have seven open rescuer slots for the afternoon shift at Scenario Village this Saturday (from 1:00 to 4:00); you'd be doing operations with Sabin NET. Any takers? My preference is that one team supply between five and seven volunteers to run through the exercise with 'em.
If interested, please email him at jeremy.vankeuren@portlandoregon.gov and CC me at pdxboiseprepares@gmail.com. I won't be able to attend as I'll be in the NET Train the Trainer class all weekend, so I can help teach some units in the NET class in April/May.

Want to get NET trained? It's FREE!

The next Basic NET class offered by PBEM is 04/29, 05/06, and 05/13. This class will have around 400 - 500 seats in it total - we're taking over Benson High School, which is in the Lloyd District. If you signed up but haven't yet gotten a confirmation that you're in the class, email NET Coordinator Jeremy Van Keuren at jeremy.vankeuren@portlandoregon.gov and CC me at pdxboiseprepares@gmail.com and I'll make sure you get in.
Q2 Boise/Eliot/Humboldt Neighborhood Emergency Preparedness Meeting 
Mon 4/17  7-8:30 pm @ Q Center - ALL are welcome!
  • Seismic Foundation Retrofitting Presentation from Michael Wieber.
    Michael works for NW Seismic, but this is not going to be a sales pitch.
    (Topics: Earthquake insurance, Consumer protection, Foundation quality, DIY, Prescriptive path vs engineered design, How to calculate loads for your house, What conditions are/are not covered under prescriptive path, Non-standard construction conditions and work-arounds, Permits, Earthquake-activated gas shutoff valves, Soft story conditions and various solutions)
  • Will end the meeting with a drill on triage techniques from NET training or a refresher on the NET manual.
Email pdxboiseprepares@gmail.com for questions, input etc. | Facebook event here | Webpage here.
Boise Eliot Humboldt Emergency Team, by count:
  • Non-NETs:  42
  • Active NETs: 14 (Limbo: 5, In Training: 4)
  • 2010 Census of Boise, Eliot and Humboldt: 12,000
  • Applicants on NET waitlist: 29
  • NET Assistant Radio Operators: none
  • NET Assistant Team Leads: none
NET Roles Needed: Ideally 2 each in Eliot, Boise, and Humboldt. Contact Katy at pdxboiseprepares@gmail.com if you're ready to take on a role!
  • Assistant Team Leads - NET trained, ready to take an ICS leadership role like Incident Commander, Operations Chief, Logistics Chief, Rescue Chief and/or offer help to the Team Lead in an administrative capacity such as outreach that can result in new staging area/team cache location agreements and scheduling radio drills, NET refresher trainings and exercises, and other events.
  • Amateur Radio Operators - HAM trained folks, who can be the connection between our NET and nearby Fire Stations and the City ECC when a major disaster disrupts normal communications.
Updated Operations Plan
Read it here.This link allows anyone to edit the document. Feel free to add comments, questions, or information.
2017 meeting dates are in our Facebook group and on the NET Meeting Google calendar.
Questions? Email pdxboiseprepares@gmail.com
Links!
Boise Emergency Team webpage
Boise/Eliot/Humboldt Facebook page
Portland Prepares BEH page
Portland Prepares Facebook page
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