Tuesday February 19, 2013 – Tuesday February 19, 2013
JOIN US for an interactive tabletop exercise that will provide you with the opportunity to learn more about the role of Emergency Network Los Angeles (ENLA) during a disaster. Listen as our keynote speakers describe the role that ENLA and its member organizations play in supporting disaster management efforts throughout Los Angeles. Participate in guided discussion sessions that enable you to analyze and provide feedback on critical disaster response and recovery activities with and for ENLA.
This exercise will provide opportunities to learn about the following:
§ ENLA members’ participation in disaster response and recovery efforts.
§ The role of ENLA at the Los Angeles County and Los Angeles City Emergency Operations Centers.
§ Opportunities to further define and improve communications between ENLA and Los Angeles County and Los Angeles City Emergency Operations Centers.
§ Opportunities to further define and improve ENLA’s internal resource coordination and internal communication during disaster response and recovery.
§ Enhanced information sharing and collaboration practices with nonprofits and local governments.
Please register using the following link to confirm your reservation: www.
Participation in this event is by invitation only. Online registration is required and seats will fill quickly.
This event is free of charge with continental breakfast provided.
DATE AND TIME
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Location information will be provided upon registration confirmation.
EMERGENCY NETWORK LOS ANGELES
ENLA is the Los Angeles County VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters). It is a coalition of nonprofit organizations, along with government and private-sector partners, with some disaster function. ENLA serves as the forum where organizations share knowledge and resources throughout the disaster cycle—preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation — to help disaster survivors and their communities. Together we foster more effective service through the four C’s—communication, coordination, cooperation and collaboration — by providing convening mechanisms and outreach for all people and organizations involved in disasters. For more information about ENLA, please visit www.enla.org.
If you have questions, or if you know someone from your agency would like to attend please contact us at ENLA@constantassociates.com.
This project is developed in collaboration with the following partners:
§ Los Angeles City Emergency Management Department
§ Emergency Network Los Angeles
§ Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services
§ Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management
§ Save the Children
§ American Red Cross
§ Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
§ HOPE Coalition America