California Government Code Section 3100-3109 states (in part) in protection of its citizens and resources, all public employees are hereby declared to be disaster service workers After an emergency you may be asked to continue your regular duties, report to an Emergency Operations Center, or support various response and recovery efforts. Some tasks may include … Continued
FAQ Topic: Before and Emergency
Make and practice a personal/family emergency plan (link). Be prepared at work and home. Know your role in the city’s emergency response plan as a DSW, EOC staff or front line response. Know local emergency procedures. Assure you are informed by signing up for AlertMarin, Nixle and following official city social media sites.
Organize, communicate and plan! Consider organizing a GET Ready training for your HOA or neighborhood group. Consider joining the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Know who around you may need extra assistance during an emergency and who may have a safe place to be. Talk with your neighbors about your concerns. Develop a meeting place … Continued
Develop a family emergency communication plan. Text messaging will often succeed when voice calls cannot. Identify an out of area contact that everyone can check in with. Know your child’s care facility or school’s emergency and reunification plan.
Make and practice a personal/family emergency plan (link). Have a Go-Bag (link) at work and at home. Assure you have an Emergency Kit at home (https://readymarin.org/dev/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/ReadyMarin-Checklist-Bundle.pdf). Know your role in the City’s emergency response plan whether you will serve as a DSW, EOC staff or field responder. Know local emergency procedures. Be signed up to … Continued
To update your emergency contact information log into https://hrweb.cityofsanrafael.org and update your emergency contacts following these instructions.