Sharing from CERT:
Aloha CERT Volunteers and Supporters! I delayed putting the notes out for May's Virtual CERT meeting so I could include video of the Kapalua Airport Disaster Exercise, which CERT Supported last month. Special thanks to Gaye Gabuat (CERT Oct 2022) for recording the exercise and editing the video!
Please be sure to check out the Kapalua Airport Disaster Exercise video below (link to source: https://www.dropbox.com/s/cmtu96y0v2qroij/2023%20JHM%20Exercise.mp4?dl=0). Also check out the May meeting video to see Everett demonstrating a head-to-toe evaluation (skip to the last half of the video). There are also a few attachments covering setting up a medical treatment arrea and head-to-toe assessments.
May CERT Meeting Notes
The recording of May meeting includes a refresher training segment of Everett conducting and explaining a head-to-toe assessment.
Recordings of recent CERT Monthly Meetings
May CERT Meeting Recording. Refresher subject: Establishing Medical Treatment Areas & Head-to-Toe Assessments
For more information contact Maui County CERT directly:
Maui County CERT Website (hosts the CERT commercial) https://www.mauicounty.gov/1899/Community-Emergency-Response-Team
CERT Cribbing Practice Video Cribbing Practice Session Video
The Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), in coordination with the County’s Planning Department, invites you to join us for a week of community events for the West Maui Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Action Plan!
Between February 27 and March 3, we’ll host three public walking tours, a community meeting and open house, and project team office hours. More information about these activities is available below and on the project website (www.WestMauiCommunityCorridor.org).
Our walking tours will address different accessibility and mobility challenges along the Community Corridor. Each tour will cover about a mile and last 90 minutes. As we walk, we’ll discuss opportunities for better connections and safety for people walking, rolling, biking, and taking the bus around the Keawe Street and Honoapiʻilani Hwy intersection or the Pioneer Mill area (a possible location for a future transit hub). Sign up for one of these tours now at www.WestMauiCommunityCorridor.org.
Community Open House & Office Hours
The walking tours will be complemented by a community open house, “office hours” with the project team, and targeted stakeholder and technical committee design sessions. These activities will help us shape a vision for the Community Corridor and begin to develop early project and program recommendations. We hope you’ll join us for an overview of what we’ve learned so far and an opportunity to provide feedback and ask questions at one of these events:
Please reach out with any questions, and visit our website for additional information about the Community Corridor. We look forward to your participation and input!
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