The Wayne Township Office of Emergency Management is a stand alone component of the Municipal government. The office works closely with Federal, State, County and local agencies to assure the coordination of large scale events. It plans for, coordinates and directs operations at large scale civil emergencies that usually require the coordinated efforts of multiple components of municipal government, outside agencies and local volunteer groups.
The Municipal Emergency Management Coordinator is responsible for the provision of leadership in the field of Emergency Management and is responsible for Emergency Management program administration and program development encompassing the four phases of Emergency Management–mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. The Emergency Management organization is comprised of several Deputy Coordinators, a Public Information Officer, support staff, the Local Emergency Planning Council, and volunteers including the Community Emergency Response Team and Volunteers Active in Disasters (VOAD).
ICE – In Case of Emergency:
- Community Preparedness Toolkit
- Emergency Responders request you enter Emergency Contact information into your cell phones so that they can easily find your vital contact information – more info.
- FEMA’s Ready.gov
- Hurricane Survival Guide for New Jersey