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8th Annual Emergency Preparedness EXPO

Post Date:03/01/2019 12:09 PM

8th Annual Emergency Preparedness EXPO

Wednesday, April 17th, 2019  -- 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Free Admission

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Listing of Exhibitors for April 17, 2019 Emergency Preparedness EXPO

Indoor Presenters:

Featured Speaker – L. Vance Taylor, Chief, Office of Access and Functional Needs, California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) -- Presentation entitled “Preparedness, It’s about Everyone!”  in Assembly C starting at 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

Bob Spears, L.A. County Children-in-Disasters Working Group, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles/USC – Presentation entitled “Protecting Children During a Disaster” in Conference Room C.  The 15-20 minute presentation will be repeated approximately every 30 minutes.

Kate Simon, SoCal Animal Response Team (SCART) – “Disaster Preparedness for Pets”.  Located in Conference Room 3. The 20-minute presentations will be repeated throughout event.

John Cvjetkovic, ASM II, Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) – “History of Disasters in Los Angeles”.  Conference Rm 2.  Presentation will be repeated.

Tammy Evrard Consulting and Feeling Safe, Being Safe Trainers -- Feeling Safe, Being Safe  with a 30-minute presentation starting at 11:45 in Conference Room 1.

Parking Lot Exhibits:

City of Pomona – Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Humvee and representatives

Metro – STAR services – strapping and marking service for wheelchairs, scooters and walkers to make riding the Metro buses faster and safer.

Fire Station 188 Fire Truck – Los Angeles County Fire Department

LA County Department of Animal Care and Control – Command Post Trailer (mobile animal shelter)—Renewing and issuing new dog licenses for public!

Interactive Demonstrations (locations listed below):

Tammy Evrard Consulting and Team – FEELING SAFE, BEING SAFE, Conference Room 1

Located In Assembly Rooms B/C:

Glendora Emergency Response Communications (GERC) – ham radio equipment and antenna.  Talk with ham radio operators!  

Pomona Health Center (Los Angeles County Department of Public Health) – HANDS ONLY CPR

Pomona Valley Hospital and Medical Center Trauma Services – “STOP THE BLEED”

San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center – Learn about the Everbridge Mass Notification System

San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District – in person presentation with displays

Those Selling Emergency Supplies:

Be Ready Earthquake and Survival Products – In Assembly Room B

Ready America (emergency drinking water and food, pet first aid kits)—EVERYTHING ON SALE!! -- In Conference Center Lobby hallway

Indoor Exhibitors (in the combined Assembly Rooms):

211 LA – Your reliable source for resource information in LA County

Access Services – with video loop of information

Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles – caring for those with Alzheimer’s and others who wander

Area D Office of Disaster Management – in person presentation

Office of CA State Assemblyman Freddie Rodriguez

Office of Supervisor Hilda Solis, LA County Board of Supervisors

California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) –  Providing Earthquake Country Alliance (ECA) materials

California Phones (California Telephone Access Program) – the importance of communication following a disaster

Kaiser Permanente Amateur Radio Network (KPARN)

Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

Los Angeles County Department of Public Works – don’t let your garage become a hazmat site!

Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management – Sign up for “Alert LA County

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder County Clerk – Register to Vote!

Pomona Valley CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) – Learn how to get involved

San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District – remember the ZIKA mosquitos?

Shield HealthCare  --

Tzu Chi Buddhist Foundation – also selling items as well as providing information about their humanitarian work

Veterinary Public Health Program – LA County Department of Public Health – how pet owners should prepare for emergencies and include pets in disaster preparedness plans

WDACS - Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services of LA County


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