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Wahkiakum County Department of Emergency Management  
http://www.co.wahkiakum.wa.us/dem.html   
The phone number to reach the EOC is:
Dial 360-795-6100, then enter a 1 to then enter
the extension number 559 for EOC Ham station or 299 for River Street Meeting Room.

Washington State Emergency Net. This is where traffic will be passed out of the area in a disaster.
They practice on Monday evenings and Saturday mornings on or near 3985.
WSEN net

Our Emergency Coordinator for Wahkiakum County is Gordon WA6TTR.
Our Assistant EC's are Steve K7SH and Richard KC4ONA.
Call-out documents:
Our emergency frequency list
Area nets and repeaters


Here is our Amateur Radio Region 4 Homeland Security Interoperability Plan.
This plan addresses Emergency Communication for Clark, Cowlitz, Skamania, and Wahkiakum counties.
InterAgency Agreement
Appendix A Activation Procedures
Appendix B Regional Net Protocals
Appendix C Frequency and Mode Listing
Appendix D Acronym Definitions
Here is a map of all Emergency Regions in the state:
Homeland Secirity Map for WA, with Region contact info

Here is the pdf to open discussion to work with Wahkiakum Search and Rescue.
SAR Emcomm Proposal Support Document

Cowlitz County Auxiliary Communications Services has a website with a tonne of useful information for us: Cowlitz ACS

What is the difference between ARES and RACES?
Click on this link to a FAQ provided by ARRL

Emergency workers should take the online FEMA IS-100, IS-700, and IS-800 classes.  
These take several hours each. At the conclusion of the class a test is given.  
If passed your certificate of completion is emailed to you.  
Copies of certificates should be provided to Mr. Renfro.  
Here are the links to the classes ...  
Link to register for your SID to take the tests  
100  
200, for incident supervisors only  
700  
800