Emergency Public Information Peer Planning Workshop (Spring 2016)

Emergency public information before, during, and after a disaster can help save lives, reduce injury, and assist the community with their recovery.  The key to this is coordinated public information; sharing “one message” with “one voice” across jurisdictions and response and recovery partners.  This workshop aimed to share best practices in emergency public information and stress the importance of collaboration among emergency management professionals, public information officers, and other agencies involved in sharing information in a disaster situation. Click the links below to access the workshop presentation and products, including the Exercise Worksheet and Emergency Public Information Plan Assessment Tool.

Emergency Public Information Presentation: This includes all of the slides for the day, as well as contact information for the speakers and panelists.

Emergency Public Information Exercise Worksheet: Use this exercise document in your organization to begin developing your emergency public information plan if you don’t currently have one.

Emergency Public Information Plan Assessment ToolThis document includes great suggestions to help you improve your plan if you have one or begin developing your plan if you do not.

Emergency Public Information Training Recommendations