The City of Baldwin Park, Office of Emergency Services is supervised by an emergency services coordinator who is responsible for directing the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), coordinating the City's response to any type of emergency, community education, public information, and training of city personnel.
The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is where centralized emergency management can be performed during an emergency or catastrophic event. City personnel and partnered agencies train on how to respond to disasters, and support field emergency personnel "first responders," in their efforts to saves lives, property, and the environment.
During an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) activation, department managers, and city personnel come together to make emergency decisions such as:
- Assist with the recovery process
- Develop policies and procedures
- Expedite the purchase and procurement of much-needed resources
- Manage and coordinate operations
- Provide emergency information to the community
- Provide resources
- Receive and disseminate information from emergency personnel in the field
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an Emergency Preparedness presentation, please contact Officer Jim Izzo at 626-960-1955, ext. 404 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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