This is an awareness level course for a wide audience. Tornadoes
can strike anywhere within the United States, consequently every
community needs to be ready for hazards associated with them. This
course will fulfill the goals of the “whole community” approach to
emergency management, with participants consisting of members
from all sectors of the community. Multiple core capabilities will
be addressed, with particular emphasis on “public information and
warning” and “threats and hazard identification.” Participants who
represent different sectors such as mass care services, health and
social services, operational communications, critical transportation,
and planning would further expand the reach of this course to other
corresponding core capabilities.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE
This course is targeted for a broad cross section of
professionals involved in emergency management, fire
services, local and/ or state government officials, planners,
developers, business and education.
✓✓ Governmental administrative
✓✓ Emergency management
✓✓ Law enforcement
✓✓ Fire Services
✓✓ Small businesses
✓✓ Community organizations
✓✓ At risk households
As a member of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium, the NDPTC is a DHS/
FEMA training partner dedicated to providing critical all-hazards training throughout
the United States and its territories with an emphasis on natural hazards and island and
828 Fort Street Mall • Suite 320 • Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: 808.956-0600 Fax: 808.536-9110
LOCATION AND DETAILS:
Berrien County Conference Center
2149 E Napier Rd.
Benton Harbor,MI 49022
March 05, 2018
8am – 5pm
Berrien County Sheriff’s Office
FOR REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE CONTACT:
January 2018 Meeting Notice
We will be closed Monday, January 1st, in celebration of the holiday.
We will be open regular business hours on Tuesday, January 2nd.
Wishing you a happy and safe New Year!
Have a safe and Happy New Year from the Village Council and Staff.
Due to inclement weather the Village Council meeting has been cancelled for this evening December 12th and rescheduled for December 14th at 7:00 pm at Village Hall.
1:00 Chili Cook Off at the Fire Station
1 – 4 pm Crafts and Cookies (also at Fire Station) by Friends of the Library
2:00 Ice Sculpture Carving at DeHavens
3:00 Santa Run
5:45 Tree Lighting in Village Park
6:00 – 8:00 Visit Santa at Lions Club
8:00 – 10:00 Dance at Lions Club
Enter a pot of Chili into the contest ($5.00 entry fee). The rules and entry form can be printed out here, or available at the Village Hall.
Trophies go to the following categories:
All which are decided by a 3-judge panel. A “Peoples Choice” trophy will also be chosen by a vote of all those in attendance.
The Village Waste Site is open for residents to dispose of fall leaves. Please consider the waste site as an alternative to burning whenever possible. If you would like to get leaves for composting please call our DPW at 269-674-3226 and leave a message