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BHI: Disaster Preparedness Training - Session #1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Tracey Rascon
01:00:21
I'd like to know who the mystery guest is
Tracey Rascon
01:04:29
that we lost about 1/3 of our staff due to underlying health conditions or tending to children at home and no access to school or childcare
Derek Murphy
01:05:56
Working with external agencies (specifically with hospitals, testing sites, or urgent care type facilities) and the lack of flowing information.
Christine Lynch
01:06:23
It was frustrating that DOH did not have an action plan for programs to follow. We asked for guidance and technical assistance in February and did not receive anything until June/July and it was not overly applicable to BH/SUD programs (more nursing home related).
Elizabeth Buckingham
01:08:11
The national pandemic preparedness plan, state, regional, county plans did not kick in. We had spent many years preparing those plans but it did not play out like that.
G'Nell Ashley
01:29:17
G'Nell: IT System, Communication, Fire Cyndi:
G'Nell Ashley
01:29:38
Cyndi: Tsunami, Fire, Communication
Elizabeth Buckingham
01:30:13
Makah Top Three, IT Failure, Earthquake/Tsunami, Pandemic Mass Casualty Incident for Infectious Disease Outbreak.
Tracey Rascon
01:40:31
bomb threats no on my radar
Elizabeth Buckingham
01:40:42
We have a code green for that.
Christine Lynch
01:40:47
We have plans and procedures for each element; however, based on our most recent experience with the pandemic, we will be revisiting them to enhance them
Elizabeth Buckingham
01:41:07
We do not have a IT or utility failure code. It would help us though.
JTaylor
01:41:31
I'm not sure utility failure is in our current plan but we have everything else
Christine Lynch
02:26:16
While we have many of the elements noted, a thorough review of each element is in order to ensure we have considered all facets and actions still needed
Elizabeth Buckingham
02:26:35
We don't have a MHAD document that I am aware of.
G'Nell Ashley
02:26:40
Client preparedness needs work
JTaylor
02:27:21
more upfront client preparedness
Libby Cope
02:27:35
we need all of these elements more formalized
Tracey Rascon
02:31:20
10 is fine and no thumbs down on my icon
carnold
02:31:27
there is no thumbs down
Christine Lynch
02:31:32
there wasn't a thumbs down - so I picked "clap"
Derek Murphy
02:31:41
I only see two reactions - but I’d be open to shorter to finish sooner
carnold
02:31:50
shorter
JTaylor
02:50:13
Will these slides be available to us?
Marc Avery
02:53:51
Yes we'll be sending out these slides -- we'll be uploading a recording as well, though that might not be available right away
Elizabeth Buckingham
02:55:53
Did you send us worksheets?
Elizabeth Buckingham
02:59:17
I will look. Thank you.
Elizabeth Buckingham
03:04:40
We do have a written essential staffing plan that guides us how to staff during holidays.
Elizabeth Buckingham
03:13:38
WATrac was designed to track hospital status?
Elizabeth Buckingham
03:14:15
I think it was a place to show bed space
Elizabeth Buckingham
03:14:49
It's been quite a while since I worked with hospitals. This is what happened post 9/11 and was to act as surveillance for bio terrorism events
Elizabeth Buckingham
03:27:54
Would anyone be able to share their local facility emergency code for violent patient or disturbance? Please.
G'Nell Ashley
03:28:16
We are good with Zoom
Elizabeth Buckingham
03:28:39
Yes. How to respond.
G'Nell Ashley
03:32:09
next week is better for us
Derek Murphy
03:34:02
Thank you for today!
Elizabeth Buckingham
03:34:06
I watched Snowmaggedon from comfort of my living room here in Neah Bay.