Busy Day at the EMA!

Hi, all!

Sam here!

It has been a non-stop day for us here at the EMA!

We have been able to add some new pages to our website:

We have completed our required monthly test of the Nixle/IPAWS emergency alerts.

We have installed more of the new ceiling in the EMA building.

And (MOST IMPORTANTLY) Buzzer the Bee has been working on some fun activities for the children to “BEE” prepared, which we will be posting to his page shortly!

Ahead of us, we still have to find a way to make our Weatherlink station public (if we can!) and hook up our exterior weather camera. If we are able to do both (or even one of these things) we will set it up so you can see them on our website!

And this is only MONDAY???? LOL!!! Wish us luck as we attempt to do even more!

Published by camdensam

I am the Assistant Director of Camden County, MO Emergency Management Agency (EMA). In this role, I oversee the budget and webpages for the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), oversee and run exercises for the Camden County, MO Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), and work with the Camden County, MO Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES). I hold a general class amateur radio license, call sign KE0LMY. I am a certified CERT and WebEOC trainer, as well as a trainer for the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency for numerous in-seat courses such as the 191, 300, and 400. I manage and maintain the Camden County EMA website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts, along with serving as the Public Information Officer for CERT, maintaining their website and Facebook page as well.

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