***IMPORTANT UPDATE 9/12/2019***
"The Importance of After-Action Reports in Emergency Planning" Presentation at Rotary Meeting has been moved to the Lanai Ballroom, which is across the Front Desk (still at the Royal Lahaina Resort). Same Date and Time - September 19, 2019 at 12 noon.
Lunch can be purchased AFTER the meeting at the
Rotary Discount in the Ocean Terrace Restaurant.
President, West Maui Taxpayers Association
Member, Rotary Club of Lahaina
PRESS RELEASE-- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE **REVISED 9/12**
September 2, 2019
Lahaina, HI - “The Importance of After-Action Reports in Emergency Planning”
Come join The Rotary Club of Lahaina at noon on September 19, 2019 at the Royal Lahaina Lanai Ballroom (new room within hotel) as we proudly present Dennis A. Terpin, Ph.D. as our guest speaker. Dr. Terpin, just retired from The University of Illinois at Chicago as its Emergency Manager. The presentation will discuss the importance of After-Action Reports.
Dennis, a master level instructor for FEMA/DHS, was quoted as saying “All planning processes should take an “All Hazards” Approach and the purpose of After-Action Reports allows all stakeholders to identify strengths and areas for improvement through a review of the effectiveness of preparedness and planning efforts for such an incident or an event. Corrective actions and lessons learned will be identified to create opportunities for improvement.
Public is invited and encouraged to attend. No cost to attend. You may purchase lunch off of Ocean Terrace menu at Rotary discount after the meeting & presentation ."
Contact WMTA President and Rotary Club of Lahaina Member Joseph Pluta for more information 808-661-7990 or email@example.com
West Maui Emergency Planning - Documents and Resources
West Maui All Hazard Emergency Plan
Click below to download a copy of the current West Maui All Hazard Plan.
Click below to download Sample Incident Organization Chart
Click below to download WMTA - NIMS Training Requirements
Maui News was in attendance at the WMTA February HHARP Meeting, and wrote this follow-up article.
Post title, and below, Quoted from Article:
"The lead internal investigator of Hawaii’s false missile alert in January dismissed talk of transferring responsibility of notifying the public of a missile attack to the federal government."
Brig. Gen. Bruce Oliveira acknowledged, however, that the state Emergency Management Agency will need to “earn that respect and trust back” from residents.
Read the full front page article on the Maui News at http://www.mauinews.com/news/local-news/2018/03/oliveira-feds-dont-need-to-be-involved-in-missile-alerts/