#GMVEMSC: GMVEMS Council Meeting - May 22nd - 2:00 p.m.

On behalf of your EMS Council, Happy EMS Week! 


Our regular meeting is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22nd  at GDAHA. 


In addition to the our scheduled reports, please note the special items we have  on the attached agenda:


·         A presentation by the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office

·         Presentation of Council’s Norma Dittrick Award

·         An update from Bryan Bucklew, President and CEO of the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association, on the planning for the Regional Withdrawal Management Unit.



We hope to see you there!




Sandy Lehrter

Office Manager/Executive Assistant

Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association

Greater Miami Valley EMS Council


937.424.2374  m:  937.307.6553


241 Taylor St. Suite 130

Dayton, OH, 45402


www.gdaha.org  e: slehrter@gdaha.org




#GMVEMSC: FW: FBI Chemical Industry Outreach Workshop - 13 June 2018: Butler Tech., Liberty Twp., Ohio.



The Cincinnati Division of the FBI in coordination with Butler County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad, is holding a Chemical Industry Outreach Workshop (CIOW).  This workshop is similar to the past CIOWs held in Butler, Logan, Athens and Franklin Counties, Ohio.  June’s workshop will be held at the Butler Tech Public Safety Education Complex, 5140 Princeton-Glendale Road, Liberty Township, Ohio 45011; June 13th, 2018.  Workshop registration/sign-in will begin at 7:45 a.m., and the day’s activities will end at the Butler County Sheriff’s Explosive Range at approximately 3:00 p.m.


The cost of the CIOW is FREE.  


Who Should Attend: Chemical industry safety/security professionals, chemical industry representatives, law enforcement, first responders, and academia.


Scope of the CIOW:


The CIOW workshop is part of the FBI’s National Improvised Explosive Familiarization (NIEF) initiative designed to raise the awareness of the use of common chemicals to produce improvised explosives.


The classroom portion of this training will be held at Butler Tech (above address). The main body of morning briefings will focus on FBI initiatives, capabilities/investigations and the overall chemical threat.   After a networking/coffee break, FBI Special Agent Bomb Technician will provide a brief on explosives and associated Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s).


The afternoon will consist of a short field trip to the Butler County explosives range for a live demonstration of various explosives and IED’s, most of which can be mixed using common household chemicals. This demonstration is designed to underscore the potential danger of these chemicals, both in the hands of criminals and terrorists; as well as amateur experimenters.


Awareness materials will be provided for CIOW participants to use within their agency or industry to promote security.


Attached to this e-mail is the agenda for this one day workshop.


Please feel free to forward this information to members of your staff, other colleagues and/or agencies/companies that you feel would benefit from this type of training.


If you or members of your agency/company would like to attend, please RSVP by 6/6/2018 to:


Cincinnati WMD Coordinator,

SA Rick Maier

ramaier@fbi.gov or 513-979-8307 with the following information:




Agency/Company Name:

E-mail address (Work/Business e-mail – no personal e-mail addresses please):

Phone number(s) – Best contact number(s):


Thank you,




SA Rick Maier

Cincinnati FBI

WMD Coordinator



SA Richard Maier

FBI Cincinnati

WMD Coordinator/Special Events

513-383-5812 (cell)

513-979-8307 (desk)







#GMVEMSC: FW: ATTENTION: CHEMPACK EMS/Fire/Hospitals/Law Enforcement/EMAs,

ohio department of public safety - safety, service, protection


Ohio Emergency Medical Services

Melvin House, Executive Director




May 10, 2018


Dear EMS/Fire Providers, as well as Hospitals, Law Enforcement, and EMAs,


The Ohio Division of EMS and the Homeland Security committee of the EMFTS Board, in conjunction with the Ohio Department of Health, has provided a new/updated CHEMPACK training for Healthcare Providers and First Responders in the State of Ohio.


CHEMPACK is a presentation that will eventually be web based but is being taken out to (9) areas throughout May and June to educate EMS, Fire, Host and Non Host Hospitals, Non Host Hospital Administrators, Law Enforcement Personnel, Dispatchers and Public Health personnel on how to access additional supplies and medications that will be needed in the event of a large scale chemical exposure or attack. The CHEMPACK presentation will be provided at the beginning of each session.  This session is recommended but not required, and is expected to take approximately 90-120 minutes. 


Following the question and answer period for CHEMPACK, the Division of EMS will be providing information and an update on EMS items within the State of Ohio. This 45-60 minute presentation is optional, but will provide interested parties information about recent changes within the rules and curriculum requirements.  There will also be an opportunity to have any questions addressed.


The sessions are listed on the next page along with the registration person and contact information for each location. There is a large amount of seating available but it is limited.  Please register to ensure your space.



Please contact me should you have any questions regarding the content.





Registration Person

Contact information




Kris Miller




Belmont College

Kris Miller




Great Oak Career Campus

Kris Miller




Miami Valley Career Technology Center

Kris Miller




Holzer Medical Center (Jackson)

Kris Miller




Vantage Career Center

Jackie Brandt





Lakeland Community College

Debbie Hermetet

440-525-7022, dhermetet1@lakelandcc.edu



Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Center

Lorrie Dymond

419-332-2626 ext 2731




Stark State College

Jeri Quinn





Thank you.



John S. Molnar, BA, NREMT-P

Chief, Education and Testing

614.387.0649 (Office)  614.466.9461 (FAX)



Division of Emergency Medical Services

Ohio Department of Public Safety

1970 West Broad Street, PO Box 182073

Columbus, Ohio 43218-2073


What will you do today to contribute to a safer Ohio?





#GMVEMSC: FW: Memphis Belle IAP

One of the most recognizable symbols of World War II will once again report for duty exactly 75 years after its crew finished their last mission in the war against Nazi Germany on May 17, 1943. Plans call for the aircraft to be placed on permanent public display in the WWII Gallery of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force on May 17, 2018.

The three-day celebratory event (May 17-19, 2018) will include three B-17 Flying Fortresses, six P-51 Mustangs, and three WWII-era trainer aircraft on static display; a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Memphis Belle and Strategic Bombing Exhibits; more than 160 WWII military and home front reenactors; 30 vintage military and civilian vehicles; a Big Band Concert; book signings; and both Memphis Belle films featuring guest speakers in the Air Force Museum Theatre. Activities will be both inside and outside the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.

We are expecting up to 50,000 visitors over this event. With increasing numbers of attendees growing from all age ranges, during this event we will have 1,000-1,500 students on Thursday and Friday.

Please reference page 19 of the attached for routing information and staging location in the event of MCI. If you have to drive South to get to us please use the Purple Route, if you have to drive North to get to us use the Red Route.

Any questions please feel free to contact me on my cell phone 937-750-8316.

Very Respectfully,


Jacob D King, Fire Chief

Fire Emergency Services
Wright Patterson AFB
5180 Skeel Ave.
WPAFB, Ohio 45433
Comm: 937-257-4827 - DSN: 787-4827
Cell: 937-750-8316 - Fax: 937-656-1169 "Reflecting Excellence in All We Do"

#GMVEMSC Training: FW: Training at MVCTC



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Tony Stringer, Public Safety Coordinator

Miami Valley Career Technology Center

6800 Hoke Road

Clayton, Ohio 45315

Phone (937) 854-6094

Fax (937) 837-5619

E-mail tstringer@mvctc.com