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Regional Emergency Information

Maine Health Alerts

State Emergency Software Applications:

  • HAN (Maine health Alert network)
  • EM Resource (Statewide Hospital Status-test version)
  • Maine Responds(Maine Emergency Volunteer Registry Portal)
  • EEDB SMRRC Coalition Emergency Equipment Data Base
Our mission:
To protect the health and lives of people in Maine by strengthening the ability of health care agencies and partner organizations in Southern Maine (our Regional Healthcare Coalition) to detect, contain manage and prepare for public health threats, emergencies and disasters.

Maine CDC Emergency Consultation and Disease Reporting Hotline

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Regional Coalition Meetings:

Southern Maine Regional Healthcare Coalition meetings 2017-18: Register Here

May 18, 2018 Coaltion Surge Test links

Request Resources from SMRRC. If your agency want materials, equipment or other resources including supplies from our Regional or State or Federal Cache, please fill out this: Resource Request Form and send back to SMRRC via email.

Services offered to Coalition Members by SMRRC:

  1. Instructions in ICS 100, 200
  2. Review of your Facilities Emergency Response Plans
  3. Coordination of your yearly facility Hazard Vulnerability Analysis (HVA)
  4. Integration into Regional Emergency Exercises and Drills
  5. Help with planning and facilitating or observing exercises and drills
  6. Training on Regional Communications Plans
  7. Training on other specific topics including Mass Casualty Incident (MCI) Trailer use.
  8. Decontamination training including HERT.
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  10. Help with your facility 2017 CMS Emergency Preparedness Requirements
  11. Purchase of communications equipment and other EP equipment
  12. Several Other host topics

Flu Information

Federal CDC Flu Site

Zika Virus Information

Federal CDC Website on Zika

WHO website on Zika


Ebola information:

Federal CDC Ebola Page

Maine Ebola Page


The Hospital Incident Command System (HICS V) has finally been updated for 2014. It has some excellent new information in both content and format. (software update -bug fixes-1/30/2015)

SMRRC Web Based Org Chart: Please use this web based org chart with the following instructions:

Use online directly from this link: Org ChartHICSV_thumb

Or download to your computer/laptop with this link: Org Chart Download (Zipped File)

With the download version, you can modify the contact spreadsheet (emergency_contacts.xlxs) and any of the Job Action sheets or your Hospital Incident Action Plan (EOP.docx). Be sure to keep the same file name and location after you modify, so that all the reference web links to that file are not broken. Use the file called (HICSV_new2.htm) to open in your browser, once you open the zipped file (just double clicking that file should open it all up). If you have questions please give me a call or email. - Paul Weiss

For the National HICS V website link: HICS V, FAQ


Working with the California Association of Health Facilities Disaster Preparedness Program, we just completed work on this new interactive program. This is a new (June 2014) Nursing Home Incident Command System NHICS interactive Organizational Chart. It is in "draft" mode, please let me know if there are any bad links or spelling typos.

Direct online link>>>>>

Instructions for download and install on your computer(s): Here is the Zipped file Download to your hard drive, unzip to the location you prefer. To run, simple click on the file named: NHICS_ORG_CHART.htm (it will then open in your browser). You can also make a "shorcut" to this file on your desktop of your computer or put whole folder on a USB thunb drive. Please note that you can modify each job action sheet to suit your facilities needs, just make sure not to change that name of the document when done (it links on the exact name). Please open the contact spreadsheet and cut and paste your facilities contacts and also open up your facilities emergency operation plan document and copy and paste your facilities plan into this embedded document being sure not to rename the origional. If you have any questions please contact me.

Paul Weiss-SMRRC



Centers for Domestic Preparedness Courses and information for 2013

These multi day courses are free, including travel and food and are all courses relating to Healthcare. The facility is in Anniston Alabama

  1. Hospital Emergency Response Team (HERT) Training
  2. HERT Train the Trainer Courses
  3. HERT Training with Hazmat and exercises
  4. Healthcare Leadership Courses

New: SMRRC Training Videos/DVD's (iPod Compatible!)

York County EMA LogoYork County EMA upcoming events:


CCEMA_LogoCumberland County Exercises and trainings: (Click) for Monthly newsletter with training scedule in it.

Nov drill see above

Lincoln County EMA:

Sagadahoc County EMA:

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