Instructions: You may print this page and distribute to disaster volunteers if applicable.
What You Need To Know
I am suggesting that boat rescuers be in formation and ready to go, when approved by emergency and local agencies or police: utilized in 12-hr shift, rotational, formation at each community point.
Drivers make sure that you have a full tank of gas, before in route.
Boat-rescuer looters will face stiffer penalties than loiters in any of the stated affected communities.
Be observant of neighbors who can't get out of their homes, but have placed a white or colorful sheet outside of a nearby window of their homestyle location.
A list of available drop-off shelter points to announce to your victim-customers. Keep your water-proof list with you at all times.
You will need a helper's badge with your name and job title. Wear your water-proof badge at all times.
You will need quality water-proof outerwear: boots, raincoat, etc.
Have your own meal bin, including bottle waters and first-aid kit.
You will need a flashlight if applicable.
Boat Rescuer Volunteer Needed per Community
#temporaryhousing (short-term housing opportunity)
#transitionalhousing (a longer-stay housing opportunity)
Name of County
_ Name Community
156 Custom Lane is now active. Medical supply needed:
156 Custom Lane is now active.
699 Fuller Way, rescued.
699 Fuller Way, more info to follow or more info is needed.
BOAT RESCUER JOB BOARD
REPORTED CHALLENGES FOR BENCHMARK
Note: Boat-rescuer looters will face stiffer penalties than loiters in any of the stated affected communities.
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