Jamie Caplan received FEMA's Hazus Excellence Award in July 2013. For more information read the July Hazus Hot Zone.
Jamie Caplan Consulting LLC (JCC), founded in 1997, is a certified woman-owned consulting company that provides comprehensive emergency management services for all phases of disaster management, including mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. We provide solutions for reducing risk and increasing preparedness to individuals, communities, Indian tribes and local and state governments. The work we do for you will make you better prepared and more resilient in the case of natural and man-made disasters.
Indian Country needs to be NIMS compliant and if you have a casino in California it should meet Regulation CGCC-7. We create Emergency Evacuation and Preparedness Plans consistent with NIMS and Regulation CGCC-7. Our complete service includes creating a plan for you as well as conducting table-top exercises and evacuation exercises. We understand that your priorities are the safety of your guests and employees, the protection of your resources and facilities, and continuity in your business, and we will do our best to create a plan with those priorities in mind.
Are you ready to write or revise a FEMA-approved pre-disaster mitigation plan? We've written plans for American Samoa, American Indian Tribes and casinos and local governments. We use HAZUS-MH in order to gather essential data for a customized risk assessment. We will provide a complete plan with mitigation solutions based on your unique circumstances. A FEMA approved mitigation plan enables government entities to receive multiple streams of funding from FEMA.
Want to use HAZUS-MH for mitigation planning or response and recovery? We are nationally recognized HAZUS User Group experts and can facilitate a project or partnership to meet your needs.
DENTON, Texas ?The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provided more than $554 million in 2014 funding to the Louisiana Governor?s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) and community partners for disaster recovery, mitigation and preparedness.
?FEMA in partnership with GOHSEP, continues to provide funding to assist communities in recovering from and mitigating against future damage,? said FEMA Region 6 Administrator Tony Robinson. ?We are committed to helping Louisiana residents strengthen their resilience.?
DENTON, Texas ? Nearly $2.4 million has been awarded to the state of New Mexico from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for removal of sediment from the Nambe Reservoir in Santa Fe County.
During the severe storms in Sept. 2013, heavy rains flooded multiple arroyos, acequias - communal irrigation canals - and various rivers in central New Mexico causing sediment to be deposited in the Nambe Reservoir. The reservoir provides water for municipal and irrigation use in the Pojoaque Valley Irrigation District.
DENTON, Texas ? The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provided more than $47 million in 2014 funding to the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management (ADEM) and community partners for disaster recovery, mitigation and preparedness.
?FEMA, in partnership with ADEM, continues to provide funding to assist communities recovering from and mitigating against future damage,? said FEMA Region 6 Administrator Tony Robinson. ?We are committed to helping Arkansas residents strengthen their resilience.?