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  • 1. The purpose of establishing a public private partnership is to involve all stakeholders in a community in risk hazard management.
  • 2. General Characteristics of Successful Public-Private Partnerships
    • Shared Vision and Goals
    • Trust and Respect
    • Measurements of Success
    • Key Partner Involvement from the Beginning
    • Champions
    • Leadership
    • Clear Ground Rules, Roles and Responsibilities
    • Communication
    • Consensus Based Decision Making
  • 3. Obstacles and Challenges
    • Inequality of Power
    • Lack of Trust
    • Unclear Expectations
    • Unclear Lines of Responsibility and Accountability
  • 4. Primary Sectors in a Community for Partners
    • Industry & Business
    • Infrastructure: Transportation, Utilities and Housing
    • Volunteer & Community-Based Organizations
    • Health Care
    • Government
    • Workforce
    • Education
  • 5. Potential Partners
    • Government
    • Business
    • Community
    • Volunteer
  • 6. Implementation strategy for Statewide Public Outreach
    • Catalog groups that are working on hazard related issues
    • Identify existing outreach activities
    • Develop additional strategies to build on existing outreach.