Emergency Operations Center's List of Objectives During Goliath

Posted Jan 26, 2016

From the Sunday through Thursday following the blizzard, Lubbock Fire Rescue Chief Lance Phelps said crews made 1,301 runs, which is 57 percent above average.

(TNS) - When officials with the city of Lubbock’s Emergency Operations Center gathered at 6 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 27, they had a prepared list of objectives from emergency management to deal with large snowstorms.
The first two objectives were related to first responders: to make sure they were prepared — and for public safety services to remain active throughout the city.

And while things like equipment, routes for snow plows, communication and employee shift operations are being audited in the storm’s aftermath, city officials say the first two objectives were:


To read the full article, click here.

Back to Main Blog  |  Share: