Location: Berry Room, Nutter Center
Date/Time: January 20, 2016 / 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
For the start of 2016, we are very pleased to feature two members of the department of Public Health for Dayton and Montgomery County, Tracy Clare and Larry Cleek. The personal preparedness presentation will cover multiple discussion topics as well as provide numerous practical demonstrations. This training helps to ensure that your family is taken care of during disasters so that you can respond. The areas to be covered include the following:
- Detailed information on essentials for putting together a go-bag
- Water availability and how to make it safe
- Examples of different types of food and discussion on their shelf life
- Practical demonstrations on multiple items for food, water and equipment
- Developing your family plan
- Thumb drives and the information to place on it
- Communication during disasters
- Preparedness on the road
Larry Cleek, BSHCM, is the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for Public Health – Dayton and Montgomery County (PHDMC). Larry is a retired Air Force Public Health Non-Commissioned Officer, with over 29 years’ experience in medical and public health fields in both the military and civilian arenas. He oversees all emergency preparedness activities. Activities include planning, training, coordinating, exercising and evaluating all aspects of emergency preparedness. Coordination includes working closely with hospitals, businesses, law enforcement, fire/EMS, military, schools and other public health organizations. He covers Montgomery County, as well as being a liaison with Champaign, Clark, Darke, Greene, Miami, Shelby and Preble counties.
Tracy Clare is the Planning and Training Specialist for Public Health – Dayton and Montgomery County (PHDMC). Tracy is a retired Air Force Civil Engineering Supply Management Specialist, with 22 years experience in mobility, exercise and planning in both the military and as a civilian. She worked 7 years as the Operations Officer for the county emergency management agency, as their training and exercise specialist and the public outreach POC. She provides planning, training, coordinating, exercising and evaluating all aspects of emergency preparedness. Coordination includes working closely with hospitals, businesses, law enforcement, fire/EMS, military, schools and other public health
Parking is free. If you come of I-675 and Fairfield, stay on the upper parking lot to the right. The entrance is to the far right of the Nutter Center. You are on the same level as the Berry Room.
These meeting are open to the public and suitable for any organization. Also, membership in InfraGard is not mandatory, but highly recommended. You will find the application at the national site: www . infragard . org. It is appreciated if you RSVP (to infragard_info AT wright.edu), as it helps with the count.
Some organizations allow you to submit our presentations for two hours of Continuing Education Credits. If you are already on the Dayton listserv, you will receive a blank Certificate in an upcoming reminder invitation. Please print out and bring to the meeting for signature.
Our next meeting is Wed, Mar 9: Update on Active Shooter Program by FBI Remaining meetings in 2016: May 18, Jul 20, Sept 13, Nov 16. And Jan 18, 2017.
Hope to see you there! Please call 937-371-9940 or e-mail if you have
- infragard_info @ wright.edu
- Local Website: infragard.dayton.oh.us
- National: http://www.infragard.org
- Infragard Dayton Member Alliance
- Allen Sheffield, Chair, 937-371-9940
- Patricia Vendt, Wright State University
- Sammy Spurlock, Roundtower
- John Maynor, PricewaterhouseCoopers
- Paula Wieser, DoD
- Chris Rohwer, EMS
- Mark Quinn – Special Agent, FBI
- Robert Warfel – Special Agent, FBI