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The Pittsburgh Experience (Optimizing The Private / Public Sector Relationship) Carol Adams, Three Rivers Contingency Planning Association Kathy Criss, Three Rivers Contingency Planning Association Ray DeMichiei, City of Pittsburgh Emergency Services Bob Full, Allegheny County Emergency Services George Mathews, Three Rivers Contingency Planning Association Chuck Rodger, Three Rivers Contingency Planning Association
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Agenda Introductions History / Background Public Safety Perspective - City of Pittsburgh Public Safety Perspective - County of Allegheny Business Perspective Efforts in Other Regions What's Ahead Q&A
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www.trcpa.org History / Background Kathleen Criss, CBCP University of Pittsburgh Medical Center        
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www.trcpa.org History / Background Formed in mid-1980’s (members primarily in western PA) Initial focus was recovery of systems, data processing and communications Early 1990’s mission was changed to include all aspects of contingency planning Current membership includes 90+ companies from: public safety, financial, utility, healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, retail, education, legal, and others. Now serving members in western PA, parts of Ohio and northwestern WV.
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www.trcpa.org TRCPA Objectives Exchange of ideas, methods and proven successes through networking Identify areas of improvement within the public/ private sector to address emergency management procedures Contribute to the progress of geographic improvements for responsiveness to local disasters Serves as a powerful, unified voice for making changes to or supporting regional planning During disaster activations, provides necessary resources, as needed, for public safety.
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www.trcpa.org Public/Private Partnership Partnership requested in September 1998 – the “Big Stink” Formally activated in early 1999 for Y2K planning Coordinated monthly working meetings with other interest groups, the City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County Purpose: to identify Y2K issues, define priorities, identify team leads, and work within a team structure to address/resolve issues and document cooperative plans.
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www.trcpa.org Y2K Planning Results Development of “assumptions” for private sector contingency plans Regular updates given to enable planning for: Communications Facility assessments Critical infrastructure -- financial, utility, transportation, manufacturing, healthcare… Staffing -- travel restrictions and support Community -- public safety, shelters Formal position established and plan documented for TRCPA response during disaster activations and drills
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http://www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/ps/html/emerg_mgt.html Public Safety Perspective City of Pittsburgh Ray DeMichiei, BA, EMT-P City of Pittsburgh WMD Coordinator
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Pittsburgh high-rise buildings; status of evacuation planning/drills Sporting and convention centers Transportation issues: light rail system (“T”), busways, railroad
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