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Community Risk Assessment May 10, 2012 Minneapolis Department of Health and Family Support.

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1 Community Risk Assessment May 10, 2012 Minneapolis Department of Health and Family Support

2 Fire, HAZMAT, EMS Emergency Mgmt, National Guard Community Based Organizations Police, Sheriff Public Safety Health Departments Hospitals, Health Systems Emergency Response An effective response by any of us starts with personal and organizational preparedness. Emergency Preparedness

3 Project Description Statewide effort This community risk assessment identifies: The likelihood that an event will happen The severity of the impact of the event The planning that has already taken place to mitigate the event Discuss current readiness and gaps in preparedness with community sectors Create five-year work plan

4 Probability this event will occur in Minneapolis Very LowLowMediumHighVery High Major WildfireActive ShooterPandemic FluCyber AttackBiological Infectious Disease Major Radiation Emergency Major Power Outage TornadoExtreme HeatBiological Non- Infectious Disease Nuclear Detonation Water Supply Contamination FloodChemical Spill Radiological Dispersal Device Ice/Snow Storm Severe Thunderstorm/ Flash Floods

5 Minneapolis Survey Results 284 people completed the survey

6 What categories of populations does your organization primarily serve? 107

7 What racial/ethnic groups does your agency primarily serve?

8 What would your organization be able to provide if needed during a disaster response?

9 How much impact would each hazard have on your organization’s operations and ability to serve your clients if the scenario happened in your building or neighborhood? 0= No Impact 1= Minimal 2= Moderate 3= Severe 4= Catastrophic

10 How much impact would each hazard have on your organization’s operations and ability to serve your clients if the scenario happened in your building or neighborhood? 0= No Impact 1= Minimal 2= Moderate 3= Severe 4= Catastrophic

11 Open Ended Survey Questions What gaps are you aware of in the community’s ability to respond to the above scenarios?

12 Open Ended Survey Questions What are your organization’s primary concerns regarding your ability to continue operations/services during an emergency?

13 Questions?

14 Discussion Questions What are some specific needs of seniors during an emergency? Which emergencies might have a disproportionate impact on seniors? What efforts are being done in the community that address emergency preparedness among senior populations?

15 Thank You Contact Information


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