Attendees: Lynn, Trisha, and Greg
- Agreement reached to attend the Maplewood NW Portland group meeting, so Lynn will follow up with Kandy to confirm attendance and logistics.
- Update https://portlandprepares.org/net-teams/southwest/hayhurst/
- Update home calendar level https://portlandprepares.org/net-resources/event-calendar/
- Citywide Deployment Exercise (CDE) Hayhurst NET “Hot-wash”
- Missed not having real victims for all and most of all the final incident, also ran out of time.
- Would suggest compounding the incident activating in parallel to promote prioritization and managing multiple issues simultaneously
- The call-out responses seamed to not directly consider the eruption.
- There need to be more creative and reality twists. Cant be cozy it has to be a stretch. Short period for call-outs.
- Enjoyed working with people from different teams.
- Here are the photos taken from exercise: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ah-WX7SWu9lGgZcgWO7cXAZKfl2gLw?e=tUvpHf
- Further information can be found at this After Action Report: https://portlandprepares.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Fall-2022-CDE-After-Action-Report.docx.pdf
- Registering Time Allocation – here are the instruction provided by Glenn for the New Volunteer Portal: http://MyImpactPage.com It’s live! All volunteers may now access their personal NET portal at MyImpactPage.com. The software has good online help, and the FAQ is a work in progress, so please hold questions at this time. I am still rolling out documentation, and expect that discussion during the two live Wednesday sessions (below) will help improve the FAQ. In the meantime, the next week or two, I regrettably do not have time to provide individual support, but encourage those who wish to jump right in to do so!
- Go to MyImpactPage.com
- Click Forgot username or password.
- Select I forgot my username. (I realize you did not forget it; you’ve never had it. Please humor me.)
- Enter your email address, and prove you are not a robot.
- The system will send your username in a few minutes, then you can repeat the process to ‘reset’ your password and log in.
You can also use the smartphone app, for which there is a quick guide here.
- Here’s a listing of the meetings held for 2022:
- 75 minutes Jan 26th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM
- 75 minutes Feb 23rd 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM
- Mar 23rd 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM (may be cross-neighborhood meeting with an adjusted schedule, as needed)
- 75 minutes Apl 27th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM
- 75 minutes May 25th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM
- May Citywide Deployment Exercise
- 75 minutes Jun 22nd 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM (may be cross-neighborhood meeting with an adjusted schedule, as needed)
- 75 minutes Jul 27th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM
- 75 minutes Aug 24th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM
- 3 hours 5:30 – 8:30 August 12th Music in the Park
- 75 minutes Sep 28th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM (may be cross-neighborhood meeting with an adjusted schedule, as needed)
- Zero Oct 26th 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM (skipped)
- NET Camp: 09/16 3 hours, 09/17 7 hours , 09/18 5 hours
- 4 hours October 22nd Citywide Deployment Exercise
- 75 minutes Nov 23rd 2022 – 7:15 to 8:30 PM
- Admin Time for Trica 6 hours
- Admin Time for Lynn # hours
- Admin Time for Greg 40 hours (Trifold, Cards, Ops Plan, Comms Blasts, Meeting Minutes)
- For our formal reflection for the 2022, here’s the blurb –
- We held one virtual drill early in May, along with a weekend NET Camp, with a full-scale functional City Deployment Exercise (CDE) involving multiple neighborhoods stationed at the Vermont Hills United Methodist Church (VHUMC) primary staging area. Big thanks to VHUMC for their assistance! To adjust for Alpenrose Dairy no longer being available, we reached out to another local church community to consider for an alternate staging area. We took part in the community engagement August 12th for Music in the Park. To promote a better business persona, we created business cards, brochure, and updated our Ops Plan. Also, a big step was the cross-NET-collaboration with several neighboring teams. A big thanks to Maplewood for making that happen between SW Portland team leads and also citywide through the amateur radio operators.