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Community Preparedness Summit - Seattle

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Presentation at Seattle Emergency Operations Center on 9/23/2011 on how to implement social media into neighborhood disaster preparedness, response, and recovery.

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Community Preparedness Summit - Seattle

  1. 1. Disaster Preparedness Pyramid<br />
  2. 2. Surrounded by SM during Response<br />
  3. 3. Managing Social Media<br />in a disaster<br />Funnel<br />and Filter<br />through the<br />neighborhood<br />
  4. 4. Modeled after SNAP & ICS Principles<br /><ul><li>Management by SNAP objectives
  5. 5. Modular organization per SNAP roles/responsibilities
  6. 6. Common Terminology (SNAP titles, positions, functions)
  7. 7. Reliance on SNAP plan and tasks
  8. 8. Manageable span of control (SNAP 20 households)
  9. 9. Pre-designated SNAP locations and facilities
  10. 10. SNAP resource management
  11. 11. Chain of Command (NC, POC, TC, Task Leaders)
  12. 12. Transfer of Command
  13. 13. Accountability
  14. 14. Integrated Communications
  15. 15. Scalable and Flexible</li></li></ul><li>Scalable and Flexible Model<br /><ul><li>Can be implemented with similar categories of social media tools at any level or phase (mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery)
  16. 16. Accommodates all levels of jurisdictions, disciplines, hospitals, schools, business, responsible parties – anyone with a disaster mission and message. Cloneable sites.
  17. 17. Appropriate for educational outreach, daily emergencies, or infrequent disasters
  18. 18. As responsibilities expand, so can categories and tools within the categories
  19. 19. Tools are free to costly, sufficient to robust</li></li></ul><li>Neighborhood Social Media Categories <br />for Disaster Management<br /><ul><li>Web Content Management System (WCM )
  20. 20. Web Document Management and Editing
  21. 21. Blog
  22. 22. Social Network
  23. 23. Microblog
  24. 24. Multimedia Sharing
  25. 25. Communications
  26. 26. Location-Based Services
  27. 27. Productivity/Monitoring/Search</li></li></ul><li>Social Media Categories “up the pyramid”<br />Use previous categories (with more robust tools) plus<br /><ul><li>Command Authority Building
  28. 28. Branding
  29. 29. Search Engine Optimization
  30. 30. Measuring
  31. 31. Analysis
  32. 32. Record Retention</li></li></ul><li>Neighborhood Examples<br /><ul><li>Web Content Management System
  33. 33. Web Document Management and Editing
  34. 34. Blog
  35. 35. Social Network
  36. 36. Microblog
  37. 37. Multimedia Sharing (video, photo, presentation)
  38. 38. Communication (email, chat/IM, text/voice)
  39. 39. Location-Based Services
  40. 40. Productivity/Monitoring/Search</li></li></ul><li>Game Plan and Timeline<br /><ul><li>Game Plan
  41. 41. Neighbor orientation (First Meeting Complete)
  42. 42. Interview/Assign Team Leaders
  43. 43. Train (All trained, TC and Team Leaders responsible)
  44. 44. Complete plans and develop resources (internalize site)
  45. 45. Coordinate with Communication Hub
  46. 46. Exercise
  47. 47. Timeline
  48. 48. Fall/Winter/Spring 2011-12 (orient, train, coordinate , plan, develop)
  49. 49. Summer/Fall 2012 (exercise)</li></li></ul><li>References<br /><ul><li>www.ch16eb700.org
  50. 50. prepare.ch16eb700.org
  51. 51. response.ch16eb700.org
  52. 52. http://www.slideshare.net/epi2oh/community-preparedness-summit-seattle
  53. 53. Social Media Disaster Category List</li></ul>https://docs.google.com/a/ch16eb700.org/leaf?id=0B9hxd6lfsdG3YzUzMTU0MDctN2YzNS00ODY4LThlNDYtYTBkOWE1YmQwODVh&hl=en_US<br />

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