June 2018 CERT eBrief

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CERT eBrief

Bellevue and Redmond CERTs Hold Inclusive Training

The leadership of two Washington State Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) demonstrated their longstanding commitment to inclusive preparedness by working together to hold an “Accessible CERT” course.

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Inclusive CERT Training

Cary CERT holds training for Assisting the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Cary’s CERT launched an innovative training program designed to make its members aware of the challenges faced by those with vision or hearing loss during a disaster.

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Ridgefield CERT Incorporates Drone Pilots

Ridgefield CERT has taken to the skies with their unique drone program. As drones become more common in emergency response, how might CERTs utilize the technology?

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Novi CERT Responds to Water Crisis

When a water main break left over 300,000 people in Oakland County with little or no water, Novi CERT was ready to respond thanks to a proactive approach to training.  

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