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Presentations and Resilience References
Federal Flood Risk Management Standard (FFRMS)
NEW JERSEY'S NEWEST RESILIENCY GUIDANCE
Hurricane Sandy, as
well as other significant events, exposed vulnerabilities in New
Jersey’s water/wastewater infrastructure. As a result, the NJ
Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) recently completed
four (4) technical guidance documents designed to promote resiliency
and sustainability for NJ’s Water Sector. The NJDEP intends to work
cooperatively with their regulated systems to implement measures
that enhance the State’s ability to sustain Water Sector operations
throughout a broad range of meteorological or man-made conditions.
The documents can be accessed through the NJDEP’s Division of Water
Supply & Geoscience website
http://www.nj.gov/dep/watersupply under “What’ New” or the
Division of Water Quality webpage at
http://www.nj.gov/dep/dwq under “Featured Topics”.
Direct links to individual guidance documents are
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A Note from
the Chair of the NYC Post SAME Emergency Preparedness and
Infrastructure Resilience Committee:
To the members NYC Post SAME – We the people of the NYC Region have
proved we can take the brunt of weather with strength, agility,
grit, and resourcefulness. However in aftermath, the region has
shown its vulnerable in recovery. We must identify and isolate
weaknesses in our aging infrastructure and populated ocean fronts.
We are intelligent enough to work to reinforce each and every one
- First we must
activate SAME’s mission;
that is, for our civilian architects, engineers, contractors, and
material suppliers to plan our way to a bright future with the
military and local government. We need measures to preserve and
protect us; enhanced standards to better insulate us during worst
Preparedness and Infrastructure Resilience Committee
of the New York City Post is creating a
matrix of needs, providers, and contacts. Give us your suggestions,
participate, and identify lessons learned.
Responders need support for the extended absence their duty has
extracted from their families. Continue
to reach out to your neighbors in your community. Donate generators
(from 2KW handheld to 800KW,) cables, and teams to install them.
Some among us are still without power.
and Infrastructure Resilience Committee
is creating a
network through short wave radio operators
to maintain communication where communication is still lagging. Let
us know if your local First Responders need communication
- Feature your firm’s
storm related response in The Military Engineer Magazine.
- Send in photos of NYC
Post SAME members working on storm preparation, recovery, and / or
clean-up to The Military Engineer Magazine.
- If you are not
already a Sustaining Member NYC Post, support these and other SAME
efforts with your volunteer expertise.
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