VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

FCEM&HS relies heavily on volunteers before, during and after times of disaster. Both individual and established volunteer agencies offer a wealth of skills and resources.  Volunteers are often among the first responders to offer assistance following a disaster.  Because many agencies are community-based, they are able to mobilize quickly and assist in a variety of ways.  Volunteers are critical partners in emergency management because of the unique benefits they provide to disaster victims and are invaluable to FCEM&HS and the entire Franklin County community.

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COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (FC CERT)


The Franklin County Community Emergency Response Team (FC CERT) Program is a core volunteer program of FCEM&HS.

The program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact Franklin County and trains them in basic disaster response skills
 

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AUXILIARY COMMUNICATIONS CLUB (FCACC)
 


The Franklin County Auxiliary Communications Club (FCACC) helps to ensure amateur radio communication capabilities for FCEM&HS in the event of an emergency or disaster.

The club also serves as the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) organization for Franklin County.

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SIREN WATCH PROGRAM


The Franklin County Siren Watch Program supplements Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security's (FCEM&HS) efforts to ensure each outdoor warning siren is working properly and is a key element to an effective warning system.


 

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