Community Lifelines, Logistics, and Supply Chain Awareness
The Community Lifelines, Logistics, and Supply Chain Awareness program is a two-part introductory training course that integrates supply chain sustainment techniques within FEMA’s Community Lifelines construct to prepare communities to rapidly resource essential supplies of food, water, and shelter during a disruption or disaster.
This program is developed and managed by the Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management & Public Safety (MACEM&PS) and is approved and certified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), National Preparedness Directorate, and National Training and Education Division (NTED).
Free and open to the public.
Campus Preparedness Learning Modules
The Frederick Community College (FCC) Public Safety department and the Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management & Public Safety (MACEM&PS) unite to offer a Campus Preparedness learning series. This series features current information to improve your situational awareness, knowledge of emergency actions, techniques for lab safety, and strategies to prevent vehicular accidents. Each 20-minute segment builds your knowledge in key preparedness and prevention areas.
The FCC Preparedness series was made possible through the Higher Education Emergency Relief (HEERF) and the contributions of the FCC Public Safety and Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management & Public Safety team members.
Free and open to the public.*
*Staff Learning Modules: Additional campus preparedness learning modules are available to Frederick Community College staff on FCC’s Communication Central.