ONEOK donates Garmin GPS to Local Emergency Managers
Enid, OK – In February Derrick Harris from ONEOK notified a group of local County Emergency Managers that ONEOK wanted to donate Garmin GPS Units to them. More
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The information on this form will be stored in a secured location at the Emergency managment Office. The information submitted will only be shared with the Grant county Sheriff's office in the event of a disaster requiring search and rescue efforts
County Emergency Management Director
Brandon Fetters is the newly appointed Director of the Office of Emergency Management and Safety
The County Emergency Management Director, formerly called the County Civil Defense Director, manages the County Emergency Management Program, which is a coordinated effort of local, state, and federal governments to maintain procedures and resources sufficient to meet emergency situations ranging from natural disasters to enemy attacks.
LEPC Local Emergency Planning Committee
The County Emergency Management Director also works with the county’s Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). These committees are responsible for helping to facilitate communications between facilities that handle hazardous materials and their respective communities. This activity is mandated by the Risk Management Program (RMP) provisions of the federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
For more information contact
Grant County Courthouse.
112 E. Guthrie Rm. 104
Medford, OK 73759
Tel. (Office) 580-395-2214
Grant County Oklahoma County Safety Director
The Board of County Commissioners must appoint an individual to coordinate all county safety
programs. This individual must ensure that safety classes on subjects related to that office are provided at least quarterly for all county employees.