STATE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
The State Emergency Management Agency hosts the annual Missouri State Emergency Management Conference, sponsored by the Missouri State Troopers Association, each year. The Conference is designed for all individuals with a responsibility in Emergency Management and an interest in any area of Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery. This event is an all-hazards emergency management conference with tracks focusing on all Emergency Management, Hazmat, and Health related topics.
MISSOURI SCHOOL BOARDS' ASSOCIATION
Missouri School Boards’ Association’s Center for Education Safety (CES) is the only statewide school safety organization in Missouri and is supported and operated solely by MSBA. The CES is dedicated to enhancing various aspects of emergency planning, preparedness, and safety and security in schools throughout Missouri. This conference had several workshops set up thru out the event that concentrates on effective safety and security practice, emergency operations planning, and crisis communications: before, during and after. The stakeholder audience for this event was Law Enforcement personnel and School Administration (teachers, superintendents, and office staff).
Pipeline Association of Missouri Donation to the Missouri Firefighters Memorial Museum
On May 20, 2018 two representatives of the Pipeline Association of Missouri, Todd Johanson, Explorer Pipeline and PAM President and Charlie Peel, Enbridge, PAM Vice President presented the Missouri Firefighters Association a check for $10,000 to help with the construction of the Firefighter Memorial in Kingdom City, Missouri.
Groundbreaking Check Presentation
Pipeline Association of Missouri (PAM)
Pipelines in Missouri may include large-diameter lines carrying energy products to population centers, as well as small-diameter lines that may deliver natural gas to businesses and households in your neighborhood. The energy products carried in pipelines fuel our lives and our livelihoods. They heat our homes and schools, power our industrial base and enable our daily commutes.
Pipelines are by far the safest method for transporting energy products. Nevertheless, they can and sometimes do rupture, posing serious risk.
That’s why we encourage everyone in Missouri to learn about pipelines and the products they carry, as well as a few simple steps you can take to help us ensure pipeline safety in your community.