Planning Team

Planning Team Meeting Dates will coincide with LEPC meetings and will be held at 11:30 am at the DES office at the Blaine County Courthouse.  All are welcome to attend these meetings.  You may attend as many as you’re able.  A conference call number will be provided for those who cannot attend in person.


Meeting #2 – Tuesday, January 16th

Review Critical Facility and Hazard Maps for Vulnerability Assessment
Mitigation Workshop – Wildfire,

Call-in: 1-800-523-8437
Meeting ID:  5053665924

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Meeting #3 – Tuesday, February 20th Mitigation Workshop

Flooding, Dam/Levee Failure, Severe Weather, Drought

Call-in: 1-800-523-8437

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Meeting #4 – Monday, March 19th Mitigation Workshop

Transportation Accidents, Haz-Mat Incidents, Terrorism, Violence, Civil Unrest, Cyber Security, All Hazards

Call-in: 1-800-523-8437
Meeting ID:  5053665924

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Meeting #5 – Monday, April 16th Mitigation Workshop – All Hazards

Call-in: 1-800-523-8437
Meeting ID:  5053665924

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Meeting #1 – Monday, December 18th – Score and Prioritize Hazards

Call-in: 1-800-523-8437
Meeting ID:  5053665924

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  1. Review and Discuss Calculated Priority Risk Index Matrix
    • Probability Description
    • Magnitude/Severity Description
    • Economic Impact Description
    • Assigned Weighting Factor
  2. Score Hazards
  3. Review Scored Ranking
  4. Determine Which Hazards to Group for MHMP Hazard Profiles.   Consider the following:
    • Flooding, Dam Failure
    • Transportation Accident Profile – Highway, Railroad, Aviation Accidents
    • Severe Weather Profile – Winter Weather, Summer Weather and Drought
  5. Identify 8 Hazard Profiles to include in MHMP
  6. Prioritize Top 8 Hazards

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The Planning Team will be formed in November 2017 and will have monthly conference calls from December through April to rank hazards, review critical facility and hazard maps, and update the mitigation strategy.