A Level 3 Disaster Risk Management Plan applies to national, provincial and municipal organs of state that have established foundational institutional arrangements for disaster risk management and essential supportive capabilities. The pre-disaster mitigation project is needed to gain a better understanding of the risks posed to K-12 facilities by natural hazards in Washington State. OSPI was awarded a Pre-Disaster Mitigation Planning Grant in March 2012 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. With the grant, OSPI will develop a Washington State K-12 Facilities Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Watch TVW's The Impact interview with Robert Dengel regarding OSPI's Hazard Mitigation Plan, and the tsunami evacuation shelter being built at Ocosta Elementary School.


A Level 2 Disaster Risk Management Plan applies to national, provincial and municipal organs of state that have established foundational institutional arrangements, and are building the capabilities needed to carry out comprehensive disaster risk management activities. The plan must specify clear institutional arrangements for coordinating and aligning the plan with other governmental initiatives and plans of institutional role players. By gaining a deeper understanding of the risks from natural hazards to K-12 facilities, OSPI will be able to develop a pre-disaster mitigation plan that identifies a path forward to help better protect Washington State’s children, schools and communities. The Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grant Program provides funds to states, territories, Indian tribes, communities, and universities for hazard mitigation planning and the implementation of mitigation projects prior to a disaster event.
It includes establishing processes for a comprehensive disaster risk assessment, identifying formal consultative mechanisms for the development of disaster risk reduction projects, and introducing a supportive disaster risk management information system and emergency communication capabilities.


It must show evidence of informed disaster risk assessment and ongoing disaster risk monitoring capabilities as well as relevant developmental measures that reduce the vulnerability of disaster-prone areas, communities and households. Funding of these plans and projects reduces overall risks to the populations and structures served, while also reducing reliance on funding from actual disaster declarations.



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