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Chatham County residents can expect to see sustained winds of ____ mph. There is still the possibility of power outages and downed trees, therefore any individual who relies on electricity for medial purposes should finalize emergency preparations. It is also expected that Chatham County will experience slightly ____ tides and ___ inches of rain. The Emergency Operations Center is ____ activated to monitor the storm and respond to any emergency situation. CEMA Volunteers assisting with administrative support and answering public inquiries. It is strongly recommended that Chatham County residents continue making improvements to their family preparedness plans. If you do not have family and pet evacuation plans, please establish them now (including evacuation transportation) for precautionary purposes. Visit for more tips on preparing and planning.
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Standard Operating Guide Page 82 of 88 SOG 15-1: Joint Information System Coordination 22 January 2016 This SOG is in accordance with the Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981, O.C.G.A Title 38, Chapter 3; the Chatham County Code Article III, Chapter 4; the Chatham Community Emergency Management Program; the County Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and the National Incident Management System (NIMS). THIS PAGE INTENTIONALL BLANK
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Standard Operating Guide Page 83 of 88 SOG 15-1: Joint Information System Coordination 22 January 2016 This SOG is in accordance with the Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981, O.C.G.A Title 38, Chapter 3; the Chatham County Code Article III, Chapter 4; the Chatham Community Emergency Management Program; the County Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and the National Incident Management System (NIMS). F.25 LEVELS OF DAMAGE: MAJOR TO MINOR MEDIA ADVISORY For Immediate Release Disaster Damage Levels and What the Colored Placards Mean Savannah, GA – (DATE) Damage Assessment (DA) Teams are conducting assessments of homes and businesses following _______________. If a home or business has sustained damage, it will be marked according to the damage guideline levels set forth by FEMA. FEMA has five degrees of damage levels: Destroyed, Major, Minor, Affected, and Inaccessible. DA Teams conducting assessments will place a colored placard on your property in order to identify the level of damage. The purpose of these assessments is to determine the type of assistance required and to identify which homes/businesses are not safe to enter. Damage assessments are not conducted with the actual cost of the residence/business in mind, but according to whether repairs are extensive or not. Destroyed - RED Placard Destroyed means the structure is a total loss or damaged to such an extent repairs are not economically feasible. (These structures are NOT safe to enter) And one of the following may constitute a status of destroyed: Structure is not economically feasible to repair.
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