CCAES

 

CAYUGA COUNTY
EMERGENCY
MANAGEMENT
OFFICE
 
160 Genesee St. -  Basement
Auburn, NY 13021
Phone: (315) 255-1161              FAX: (315) 253-1551  
 

 

Brian Dahl

 

Niel Rivenburgh

       

Director:

Dep. Director:

Brian P. Dahl

Niel Rivenburgh

em600@ccaes.org

em900@ccaes.org

 

Email: ccoes@cayugacounty.us

http://www.cayugacounty.us/Community/EmergencyServices.aspx

 

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm

Summer Hours, July and August - 8am to 4pm

   

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Cayuga County

Emergency Management

Name

Rank

E Mail Address

Radio Identifier

Brian P. Dahl

Emergency Management

em600@ccaes.org

EM 600

 

Director

Niel Rivenburgh

Emergency Services

em900@ccaes.org

EM 900

 

Deputy Director

Larry Dygert

Deputy Director Of Fire

em601@ccaes.org

EM 601

 

 

Tom Begley

Deputy Fire Coordinator

em602@ccaes.org

EM 602

 

 North

Deana Gates

Deputy EMS Coordinator

em902@ccaes.org

EM 902

 

 North

       
   

Sam Giannettino

Deputy EMS Coordinator

em903@ccaes.org

EM 903

 

West/Central

David James

Deputy Fire Coordinator

em604@ccaes.org

EM 604

 

 East/Central

Jason Green

Deputy EMS Coordinator

em904@ccaes.org

EM 904

 

 East/Central

James Perkins

Deputy Fire Coordinator

em605@ccaes.org

EM 605

 

 South/West

Travis Poole

Deputy EMS Coordinator

em905@ccaes.org

EM 905

 

 South/West

Mike deyneka

Deputy Fire Coordinator

em606@ccaes.org

EM 606

 

 South/East

       
   

Cayuga County

Special Operations

Name

Rank

Section

Radio Identifier

       
   
       

Mike Nye

CISM Co Coordinator

 

EM 911

 

 EMS Station

   

TBD

CISM Team

 

EM 912

 

 EMS Station

MCI Trailer North

 

MCI Trailer North

EM 913 North

 

 

MCI Trailer Central

 

MCI Trailer Central

EM 914 Central

 

 

MCI Trailer South

 

MCI Trailer South

EM 915 South

       
FIRE INVESTIGATION TEAM      
       

Bill Haynes

CFI NBPQ

Fire Investigator

em650@ccaes.org

 

Level 2

EM 650

 

 

 

Scott Bloss

CFI NBPQ

 

Lead Investigator

em653@ccaes.org

 

Level 2

EM -653

   

Randy Coleman

CFI IAAI

 

Fire Investigator

em654@ccaes.org

 

Level 2

EM -654

Ed Brown

CFI

Fire Investigator

Level 1

em656@ccaes.org

                EM-656
       
       

Gretchen Wiggins

CFI

 

Fire Investigator

em658@ccaes.org

 

Level 2

EM -658

Josh Nalley

CFI

 

Fire Investigator

em659@ccaes.org

EM-659

Level 2

 

 
       
       

Mission Statement:

 

To provide for life, safety, property, and environment, protection from all natural and

 

 manmade hazards that may occur within Cayuga County, through a comprehensive and

 

 integrated emergency management planning and execution system approach.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
weather web site special for Emergency Managers
 
http://www.erh.noaa.gov/bgm/ema/emtools.php
 
 
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HYPOTHERMIA
Prolonged exposure to cold temperatures can cause hypothermia, especially in children and the elderly.
Watch for these symptoms:
1.    Inability to concentrate
2.    Poor coordination
3.    Slurred speech
4.    Drowsiness
5.    Exhaustion
6.    Uncontrollable shivering, followed by a sudden lack of shivering
If the person's body temperature drops below 95 degrees Fahrenheit, get emergency medical assistance immediately!
Remove wet clothing, wrap the victim in warm blankets and give warm, non-alcoholic, non-caffeinated liquids until help arrives.
       
This is a Winter Safety Tip from the Cayuga County Office of Emergency Management.  For more safety information, visit www.nysemo.state.ny.us
       
       
SAFE SLEDDING
       
Winter is a fun time for children, but it also may be dangerous. Parents should be aware of some simple safety tips for their children when they go sledding or tobogganing:
       
1. Children should never use streets or roads for sledding unless they are blocked off from traffic. 
2. Children should sled only during daytime hours. 
3. Do not sled on icy hills. Sledding hills should be only snow covered. 
4. Avoid sledding over snow bumps or anything that may cause the sled to become airborne. 
5. Never sled alone. An adult should always accompany small children. 
6. Children should stay out of the paths of other sledders. In addition, if the slopes become busy, they should move off them quickly. 
       
Parents, if you are sledding with your children, follow these rules yourselves.
       
This is a Winter Safety Tip from the Cayuga County Office of Emergency Management.  For more safety information, visit www.nysemo.state.ny.us
       
PROTECTING WATER PIPES
       
To prevent the mess and aggravation of frozen water pipes, protect your home, apartment or business by following the simple steps below.
       
When It's Cold
       
1. Let hot and cold water trickle at night from a faucet on an outside wall. 
2. Open cabinet doors to allow more heat to get to un-insulated pipes under a sink or appliance near an outer wall. 
3. Make sure heat is left on and set no lower than 55 degrees. 
4. If you plan to be away: (1) Have someone check your house daily to make sure the heat is still on to prevent freezing, or (2) drain and shut off the water system (except indoor sprinkler systems). 
       
If Pipes Freeze
       
1. Make sure you and your family knows how to shut off the water, in case pipes burst. Stopping the water flow minimize the damage to your home. Call a plumber and contact your insurance agent. 
2. Never try to thaw a pipe with an open flame or torch. 
3. Always be careful of the potential for electric shock in and around standing water. 
       
This is a Winter Safety Tip from the Cayuga County Office of Emergency Management.  For more safety information, visit www.nysemo.state.ny.us
       
       
Brian Dahl

revised 12/21/2011