Pennsylvania’s Emergency Management Services Code (Title 35) directs and authorizes every political subdivision (i.e. county, city, borough, and townships) to have an emergency management program that includes a trained Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC), an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP), and a functioning Emergency Operations Center (EOC) with a trained staff.
The Beaver County Emergency Management Coordinator is Eric Brewer, operating out of a state of the art EOC at the Emergency Services Center in Ambridge, PA. The EOC is activated in times of disaster and staffed by trained, mostly volunteer personnel, from all over Beaver County representing various disciplines.
Additionally, each municipality has its own Emergency Management Agency:
Municipal Emergency Management Coordinators
The Beaver County Emergency Operations Center
For additional information regarding Emergency Planning or Training in Beaver County, contact Kevin Whipple at email@example.com or Douglas Humble at firstname.lastname@example.org.