Emergency Preparedness & Infrastructure Resilience Committee (EPIRC)

The SAME Washington DC Post’s Emergency Preparedness & Infrastructure Resilience Committee (EPIRC) is focused on creating programs focused on enhancing infrastructure resilience related to water, cybersecurity, energy and other assets critical to our nation. They engage with federal, state and local government stakeholders to assist with disaster responses and emergency preparedness, including establishing relationships between these agencies with our member companies and local universities who can provide support in such efforts.

Any opportunities to participate in these programs are posted to our Announcements page and sent out to the membership through our <a href="https://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/d.jsp? llr=cmzi54iab&p=oi&m=1109173495170&sit=ljk8f9ugb&f=bbdf8d7e-7810-438e-b384 -0db261956a86">Email Contact List.

If you would like to join this committee or would like any further information regarding their programs please contact the Director below.

Registry of Emergency and Incident Response Engineering and Construction Firms

The Washington DC Post established a registry of Sustaining Member firms willing to support local and national agencies that may require Emergency Preparedness and Incident Response (EPIR) services. Our Sustaining Members are strategically positioned to assist government agencies prepare for, deal with and recover from emergencies. The registry can be accessed here: https://samedcpost.wordpress.com/ 


Agencies/Organizations Links

EPIRC Committee Director: 

Chris Ray