FEMA Videos

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  1. October 2019 NFIP Program Changes

    NFIP Program Changes that apply to new or renewed policies on or after October 2019.  Detailing three NFIP program changes scheduled to become effective October 1, 2019.

  2. Building Codes and Enforcement and Capacity and Capability - Engage BRIC - June 25

    This session will provide a 20-minute general update of the program design and development of the BRIC program followed by an open forum with participants. FEMA invites you to join the conversation and provide your thoughts about how building codes are the cornerstone of a resilient community. With this, there may be opportunities and challenges that exist to the community adoption of building codes and we seek your input. In addition, this session will discuss how FEMA can improve capability and capacity of grant recipients and sub-recipients.

  3. MERS Incident Response Vehicle

    Post disaster, communication systems can fail. Emergency first responders need those systems to work. MERS, Mobile Emergency Response Support, vehicles bring telecommunication systems to the affected area. Once the satellite goes up, it enables computer, data and phone communications.

    The truck is self sufficient. It takes two operators. If they have to, they will run twelve hours shifts - twelve on, twelve off. Each person works either day or night.

    Often, MERS vehicles are the first on the scene.

  4. Joint Federal Committee - National Capital Region

    Joint Federal Committee - National Capital Region

  5. FEMA CPCB Recovery Support Function Provide Guidance to Survivors

    FEMA staff from the Community Planning and Capacity Building Recovery Support Function team visited the municipality of Florida to provide guidance on sinkholes and their importance as it relates to flooding and their daily lives.

  6. Funding & Resource Management and Benefit-Cost Analysis - Engage BRIC - June 20

    This session will provide a 20-minute general update of the program design and development of the BRIC program followed by an open forum for individual participants. FEMA invites you to join the conversation and provide your thoughts about what the agency can do to improve project funding and resource management. In addition, information about Benefit-Cost Analysis (BCA) for BRIC projects will be discussed. BCA is the future benefits of a hazard mitigation project compared to the cost of completion.

  7. Ohio ASL Interpreter Request Phone Number (OC)

    Ohio ASL Interpreter Request Phone Number

  8. Hazard Mitigation Planning, Grant Application and Evaluation, and Risk Based Funding - Engage BRIC - June 13

    This session will provide a 20-minute general update of the program design and development of the BRIC program followed by an open forum with participants. FEMA invites you to join the conversation and provide your thoughts about how state, territorial, tribal, and local governments can best leverage FEMA funding for Hazard Mitigation Planning to guide investments in activities and projects that will break the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage. Your input to FEMA can also improve or streamline the application form (and submission process) for BRIC projects. We especially welcome the thoughts of individuals who have familiarity with FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Assistance application. During this session, we will also discuss the various options for developing a risk-based methodology for grant funding and welcome your feedback.

  9. ASL PHONE NUMBER EVERGREEN Video

    Evergreen ASL Interpreter Request Phone Number

  10. Infrastructure Mitigation Projects and Community Lifelines - Engage BRIC - June 6

    This session will provide a 20-minute general update of the program design and development of the BRIC program followed by an open forum with participants. FEMA envisions that this program will incentivize new, innovative large infrastructure projects. In addition, it will incorporate community lifelines, critical interdependent systems that enable continuous operation of government functions and critical business and are essential to human health and safety or economic security. FEMA invites you to join the conversation and provide your thoughts about how FEMA can best provide technical assistance to state, tribe, territory, and local governments for infrastructure mitigation projects that also incorporate community lifelines.  

  11. Storm Surge - Tom 30sec Subtitled Spanish (see Tom)

    SPANISH SUBTITLES. Tom from Mexico Beach, Florida, survived Hurricane Michael. Listen as Tom describes the storm. Watch a variety of storm footage and see its destructive nature. You see Tom in this version. Storm surge kills. What’s your plan?

  12. Storm Surge - Tom 15sec Subtitled Spanish (see Tom)

    SPANISH SUBTITLES. Tom from Mexico Beach, Florida, survived Hurricane Michael. Listen as Tom describes the storm. Watch a variety of storm footage and see its destructive nature. You see Tom in this version. Storm surge kills. What’s your plan?

  13. Storm Surge - Tom 1min Subtitled Spanish (see Tom)

    SPANISH SUBTITLES. Tom from Mexico Beach, Florida, survived Hurricane Michael. Listen as Tom describes the storm. Watch a variety of storm footage and see its destructive nature. You see Tom in this version. Storm surge kills. What’s your plan?

  14. Storm Surge - Jim 15sec Subtitled Spanish (see Jim)

    SPANISH SUBTITLES. Jim from Mexico Beach, Florida, survived Hurricane Michael. Listen as Jim describes the storm. Watch actual footage of the storm’s progression shot by Mark Sudduth. You see Jim in this version. Storm surge kills. What’s your plan?

  15. Storm Surge - Jim 30sec Subtitled Spanish (seeJim)

    SPANISH SUBTITLES. Jim from Mexico Beach, Florida, survived Hurricane Michael. Listen as Jim describes the storm. Watch actual footage of the storm’s progression shot by Mark Sudduth. You see Jim in this version. Storm surge kills. What’s your plan?

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