The San Jacinto All Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT)

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The San Jacinto All Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT)

  1. 1. SAN JAC Texas Regional Type 3 AHIMT
  2. 2. San Jac AHIMT• Established as one of 18 state-wide regional teams• HGAC COG region encompasses 13 counties• Built around 5 sub-regions in and around Houston• Currently has 160 + Members• Active in state deployments since 2007
  3. 3. San Jac 13-County Region Population over 5,465,000 Austin Brazoria Chambers Colorado Fort Bend Galveston Harris Liberty Matagorda Montgomery Walker Waller Houston 2,257,000 Wharton Harris County 3,984,000
  4. 4. CURRENT STATE TEAMS• San Antonio • Golden Triangle (Sabine-• Austin Neches)• San Jac (Houston) • West Central• South Plains (Lubbock) • Central Texas (Williamson• Permian Basin (Midland- County)• Odessa) • Hillsboro• Metroplex (Dallas-Fort • East Texas Worth) • Amarillo• El Paso • Corpus Christi• Rio Grande Valley • Wichita Falls (New)• Bell County/Fort Hood • Sherman (New) (New)
  5. 5. San Jac AHIMT Recent Deployments• January 2011 TXDOT De-Icing on Houston bridges• March 2011 Merkel Command Post, State Wildfires• June 2011 Walker County Wildfire• Sept. 2011 Riley Road Wildfire• September 2011 Bastrop Wildfire• Oct. 2011 East Texas TFS Equipment Check-in• February 2012 Statewide Military Exercise El Campo
  6. 6. San Jac AHIMT Sponsored Training• January 2011……. O-305 Course Humble• June 2011………..O-305 Course Stafford• November………O-305 Course Stafford• March 2012………O-305 Course Conroe• June July 2012…… Position Specific Training held around Houston area
  7. 7. San Jac AHIMT Membership Requirements• San Jac AHIMT application on file• Attended an O-305 Course (Certificate on file)• Signed Memorandum of Understanding between candidate’s employer and TFS• Have a desire and a capability to deploy when asked to do so• Willingness to take additional training to become credentialed in ICS positions
  8. 8. San Jac AHIMT What’s in it for Me and My Jurisdiction?• Sense of Pride by Helping a Neighbor in Need• Personal Growth by Learning How to Effectively Work within the ICS Framework• A Great Opportunity to Work with some of the Best Emergency Workers in the State• Some of the Best Free Hands On Training Available Anywhere• Bring Back your Experience & Knowledge and Use it at Home• Most, if Not All, Expenses Are Reimbursed
  9. 9. San Jac AHIMT – Next Steps• To Become a Team Member Contact:Pat Hughes by EMAIL atphughes@sugarlandtx.govOr Call at Work…………….. .281-275-2860 Cell……………..…281-757-2526
  10. 10. Thank You[QUESTIONS]

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