FCEM&HS administers grant funds awarded from various programs through the Ohio Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Homeland Security to enhance the capacity of local jurisdictions to prevent, protect from, mitigate, respond to, and recover from emergencies. FCEM&HS has implemented a regional, integrated Training & Exercise Strategy and Program focused on building response and recovery capabilities tied to identified risks and providing guidance for emergency management and homeland security training and exercise planning and programming in the region. FCEM&HS has implemented a regional, integrated Training & Exercise Program focused on building response and recovery capabilities tied to identified risks.
The Emergency Operations section implements plans and procedures developed by the Planning section and oversees agency operations, including managing the Franklin County Emergency Operations Center, during incident response. The Warning Program is responsible for coordinating and maintaining the Franklin County Outdoor Warning Siren System, capable of rapidly alerting hundreds of thousands of citizens in an emergency with tones or a spoken message. The Planning program is responsible for countywide emergency planning, including the continuous maintenance of the Franklin County Emergency Operations Plan and all associated Emergency Support Functions and Annexes, using a risk-based, all-hazards approach. The Recovery program is responsible for coordinating the immediate and long-term recovery of the community following a disaster, including the provision of local, state and federal disaster assistance for those with unmet needs. FCEM&HS is committed to preparing the citizens of Franklin County for emergencies through education and training.
FCEM&HS has adopted an Integrated Risk Management (IRM) model to foster a coordinated approach to community risk mitigation and hazard response.
ALERT Franklin County provides important information directly to you via text message, email, cell phone, home phone, or work phone.

Franklin County Emergency Management and Homeland Security would like to thank everyone who participated in the Statewide Tornado Drill on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. Please remember to complete the Statewide Tornado Drill Participation Survey to report your participation by clicking the link below. FCEM&HS was featured on Good Day Columbus and NBC4 for Severe Weather Awareness Week and the Statewide Tornado Drill. Franklin County Emergency Management – Responding, preventing, recovering from, and mitigating against the effects of a wide variety of disasters in Franklin County, Florida.
In the event of a natural or man-made disaster, Franklin County Emergency Management Staff are here to assist you in preparing your family and friends.
Be sure to Find & Like Us on Facebook for even more information about Franklin County Emergency Management. If you have already applied for and received your Re-Entry Tags, we have signed you up for Nixle unless you requested otherwise.  If you have not received an email or text message from Nixle, please Text the word YES to 888777 from the cell phone number you provided.
The Franklin County Emergency Management Office will be accepting applications for the Residential Construction Mitigation Program is an ongoing application until funds are no longer available. Exercises are conducted to allow all responders to utilize real-world scenarios and make corrections based upon lessons learned.
Community Emergency Response Team Training is offered for those citizens interested in volunteering in the community during disasters.

Under IRM, risk analysis is incorporated and local government CEOs and elected political leaders are involved in key strategic and operational decision making.
Pannell was joined by Columbia Gas President Jack Partridge, Franklin County Commissioner Paula Brooks, Columbus City Councilmember Zach Klein and other local elected officials and business leaders for the Central Ohio Cybersecurity Initiative Meeting on October 14, 2014.
Schools and businesses are reminded to provide an email address to receive a participation certificate. The work group will consist of decision makers from the public and private sectors throughout Central Ohio and provide an additional benefit for Franklin County as it will strengthen coordination and cooperation. Applications and criteria are located below. For more information contact Franklin County Emergency Management office at 850-653-8977.
Coleman, Franklin County Commissioners Marilyn Brown and Paula Brooks, the FCEM&HS Executive Committee and various Elected Officials and Decision Makers from Franklin County government jurisdictions about achievements in the Integrated Risk Management Initiative on April 2, 2014. If you were unable to participate, conduct your own tornado drill on another day this spring and report your participation. Designing and exercising a plan for your home will help you respond safely in a real event.

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