Wisconsin 's Emergency State Responders

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Wisconsin 's Emergency State Responders Is Wisconsin ready for a natural disaster? Can emergency responders be ready at any given moment? Are there ways you can be prepare? While climate changes, this also changes the way emergencies would normally respond. "We work hand in hand with the Wisconsin National Guard along with local, tribal, state and federal agencies to provide help and support to communities and people in Wisconsin during and emergency or disaster, it starts with planning and preparedness." -Brian M. Satula Wisconsin Emergency state responders are ready when ever a disaster occurs. There are many programs within WEM and throughout the state that help the people of Wisconsin when they are in need. With the help of…show more content…
Brian m. Satula Brian M. Satula is the state administrator of WEM (Wisconsin Emergency Management). He was appointed by Governor Walker in may of 2011. Brian provides management and leadership for the administrative and emergency operations function of the division. when disaster occur he acts as the state coordinating officer Response Wisconsin Emergency Response System Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) coordinates effective disaster response and recovery efforts in support of local governments. Through planning, training and exercising we prepare ourselves, our citizens and response personnel to minimize the loss of lives and property. Wisconsin State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) When an emergency or natural disaster strikes, the state of Wisconsin must coordinate emergency operations that are closely managed in order to respond effectively and that is the job of the State Emergency Operations Center. The Operations Center has a status and within the status there are 4 levels. Level 1 Event (Full Activation EOC) Level 1 is a full activation of the State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) along with the Wisconsin Emergency Response System (WEM), DMA, Department of Health Services (DHS), Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Department of Transportation Highways (DOT), State Patrol, Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) and Department of Corrections DOC. Full activation also includes

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