Hawaii Veterinary Emergency Response
Seeking input from Hawaii's veterinary workforce on interest and capabilities in local emergency and disaster response
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Are you willing to volunteer during disaster response? (You may not be paid for services provided) *
As a volunteer, are you willing to complete online FEMA ICS (emergency protocol) training? ICS Modules 100 and 200 are free, take approximately 5 hours, and can be scheduled at your convenience. *
As a volunteer, are you willing to meet 1-4 times per year for training? *
As a volunteer, what other training or information would you require to feel prepared to assist in an emergency?
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If deployed to a shelter, what equipment/resources could you provide? Please check all that apply and elaborate below if needed.
HVMA is working with HI-EMA to support local and state disaster preparedness pertaining to animals. Are you interested in being part of this working group? We will be developing a set of guidelines for animal care and treatment and considering the formation of a Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps or Companion Animal Response Team. *
Please enter any additional feedback or questions regarding animal care disaster response in Hawaii:
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