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Posted here you will find the Cuyahoga County Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), training calendar, the EMA Review- our professional emergency management journal, newsletter articles, information about our emergency management certification program- ReadyCertify, and other items of interest.
Cuyahoga County Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)
The Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) establishes a framework to ensure that Cuyahoga County is prepared to respond to all hazards that threaten the lives and property of its citizens. The EOP outlines the general responsibilities of Cuyahoga County governmental departments, partnering agencies, and community organizations in responding to an emergency event.
The Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) is comprised of individuals who have knowledge and experience planning and responding to incidents involving hazardous materials. Committee members include police and fire fighters, hazardous material specialists, industry representatives, elected officials, and members of the news media.
Cuyahoga County sponsors a wide variety of public safety training courses. Most courses are funded by the federal government and are free to public safety agencies. Review upcoming courses and register for them on our Training Calendar.
Required under the Ohio Revised Code Section 5507, Cuyahoga County’s 9-1-1 Plan describes the configuration and operations of the county’s cellular/wireless 9-1-1 system.