Public Health - Seattle & King County (Public Health) is pleased to announce the topics for the fourth semiannual King County Emergency Support Function 8 briefing for local emergency managers, healthcare partners, community-based organizations and public information officers.
Taking place each fall and spring, these briefings feature updates on plans, research and other issues that Public Health is addressing to ensure King County is prepared for an ESF 8 emergency response.
This briefing will take place at Bellevue City Hall and will include presentations on:
The CHEMPACK program is an ongoing initiative of CDC's Division of Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) launched in 2003, which provides antidotes (three countermeasures used concomitantly) to nerve agents for pre-positioning by State, local, and/or tribal officials throughout the U.S. CHEMPACK Program is envisioned as a comprehensive capability for the effective use of medical countermeasures in the event of an attack on civilians with nerve agents.
- Vulnerable Populations / Whole Community Planning
- Training and Exercises
Target Audience: Local emergency managers, healthcare partners, community-based organizations, public and private sector responders.
If parking is not available at City of Bellevue, pay parking may be available at:
- Maydenbauer Center (11100 NE 6th St)
- Bellevue Corporate Plaza (600 108th Ave NE)
- US Bank Plaza Center Garage (10800 NE 8th St)
- Courtyard by Marriott Hotel (11010 NE 8th St)
- Griffin Lot (110833 NE 8th St)
- The Bravern