Evacuation to a Temporary Shelter and Shelter In Place Training for Animal Rescue Organizations that House 25+ Animals
Saturday, June 1, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Why Attend This Training???
- We will give your animal rescue organization an overview of how disasters can effect your staff/volunteers and the animals in your rescue facility
- We present real tried and true training on the “How To’s” of planning for disasters as it pertains to dealing with large quantities of animals
- We will cover Shelter in Place and Evacuation topics to help you and your organization be “Disaster Ready”
This is a 100% FREE TRAINING put on by Local and National Disaster Response for Animals Organizations: Animal Disaster Team Torrance, Pet Safe Coalition, Southern California Animal Response Team, with Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control, Operation Blankets of Love, and Los Angeles County Health Department – Veterinary Services.
FREE Drawing for Fabulous Prizes!
Continental Breakfast Provided
Limited Space – Register Early!
Location: Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena
3230 East Del Mar Blvd, Pasadena, Ca 91107
Call (818) 424-1751 for more information
When & Where
Emergency Network Los Angeles - Animal Services Committee
ENLA is the Los Angeles County VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters). It is a coalition of nonprofit organizations, along with government and private-sector partners, with some disaster function.ENLA serves as the forum where organizations share knowledge and resources throughout the disaster cycle—preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation — to help disaster survivors and their communities. Together we foster more effective service through the four C’s—communication, coordination, cooperation and collaboration — by providing convening mechanisms and outreach for all people and organizations involved in disasters.