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The Disaster Preparedness Task Force

Be a Good Neighbor Building Captain

Volunteer to be a Good Neighbor Building Captain, drop your form by the Disaster Preparedness Task Force (DPTF) Office, located in the Community Center, which is open 10:00 AM - Noon, Monday through Friday, mail your form as noted on the form:

 

Good Neighbor Building Captain responsibilities:

 

Good Neighbor Building Captains, here is a copy of the Introductory Letter you will need for first contact with your neighbors and annual contact during the Great California Shake Out Drill (http://www.shakeout.org/california/), remember to pick up more copies of the letter and its attachments at the Disaster Preparedness Task Force Office in the Community Center:

... and attachments to the above letter:

 

Good Neighbor Building Captains, here is a copy of the two forms you will need for practice drills and disasters:

...and here are the forms with sample fill-ins:
 
 

Both forms are important since the first can bring aid to the injured from Village emergency resources and the second identifies areas that will need rebuilding/maintenance by Village management and outside resources.

You will get these forms to the nearest Care & Reporting Center so the information can be passed to the Village Emergency Operations Center (EOC) during a disaster.  You take these forms to a Reporting Center or possibly send via a messenger, if there is a volunteer to do this in your area.

The Care & Reporting Centers are the Clubhouses, Par 3 Golf Course patio and the recreation room of Building 4008.  If one of these is not functioning as a Reporting Center, then go to the next nearest Reporting Center.

Remember, you as a Good Neighbor Building Captain are just reporting, you are not required to perform search and rescue, render first aid or CPR (unless trained and desire to help) and do not enter dangerous/damaged buildings.  It is important to get your completed forms to the Reporting Center quickly, so the critical information can be passed to the Village EOC and emergency resources can be deployed.

Volunteers to the Disaster Preparedness Task Force are always needed and greatly appreciated.  If interested and have questions, please send email to disasterprep@vmsinc.org

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Composed: 06/16/2016 | Modified: 07/01/2016

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