About UslAdvertisinglMagazinelNewsletterlContact Usl Instagram

A Proactive Approach to Metropolitan Wildfire Risk 2

By Chris BarneyFrom the PBI Performance Products, Inc. e-Newsletter, sponsored byRead Part 1.The FEMA Grant Natural hazard mitigation has always been a concern for Portland. Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and flooding are some of the issues it has had to plan for. But all city bureaus involved recognized the need for a new preparation model. The impetus for a more proactive approach came in 2000 with the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Disaster Mitigation Act,1 which requires cities to develop and implement a Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan. Without such a plan, cities would not be eligible for certain federal assistance, including predisaster mitigation grant monies, or p...

Already a member of the Fire Engineering Training Network?  If yes, please sign in!


Why Subscribe?

  Gain Access to:
  • Latest Training & Drills
  • New Techniques
  • Technology Advances
  • Proven Tactics
  • Research to help reduce injuries & Deaths
  • Insight from the fire service's most experienced

      More Information >>