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People need to know what to expect after a disaster. Setting expectations is the most overlooked aspect of many service related businesses and is no less important in emergency management. Having a radio communication plan intact is vital to successfully overcoming an emergency.
This informative guide discusses the following information:
- How planners need to provide the public with some idea of the “who, what, when, where, why and how” behind the mitigation efforts for the aftermath of a disaster. Planners need to do this before the disaster and NOT after the disaster!
- Planners should inform neighbors that they must plan to be without emergency services for up to 72 hours or more after a disaster.
- Know the following answers ahead of time: Are there GMRS repeaters in your community? What are the coverage areas? Where are the GMRS licensees in your community?
- Possession and use of an FRS or GMRS two-way radio does not guarantee an instant and reliable or an immediate and effective response to an individual’s call for help using that radio.
- Learn how to inform the public about an emergency. The public must understand the procedures and reasons for evacuation and NOT ignore evacuation warnings.
- Consider asking yourself the following: How far will you need to communicate? Do you need a relay by radio or telephone? Who, what, where are your relay resources?
This detailed guide asks the important, tough questions to help you create and implement an effective radio communication plan.
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