Working Group Overview
The work of the All Hazards Consortium is done primarily through the activities of the Regional Working Groups. Comprised of members from the public and private sectors, education and non-profits, these groups provide a unique way for stakeholders to come together to discuss critical issues facing the region.
Currently, the Working Groups that are actively supported by the AHC are as follows:
Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group
The Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group (FRWG) is a private sector guided, public/private working group focused on supporting any efforts and organizations that can help expedite the movement of private sector repair and supply chain fleets and resources across multiple state borders in response to disasters. Followers and Members of this working group include both private and public sector individuals who volunteer their time to engage in the important efforts to expedite the restoration of power, supply chains and other critical infrastructures.
For more information visit: Fleet Response WG
The East Coast Corridor Coalition
The East Coast Corridor Coalition or (EC3) is a working group of the All Hazards Consortium comprised and guided by operational professionals in state and local government. The EC3 focuses on security/disaster related operational issues that impact major urban areas, states and regions in the U.S. The EC3 looks at ways to expedite mutual aid for both public and private sectors, improve federal coordination across multiple FEMA regions, enhance communications and data sharing with the private sector and other government and industry partners.
For more information visit: EC3 WG
Sensitive Information Sharing Environment (SISE) Working Group
This working group is focused on the development of a regional/national Trust Framework designed for the sharing of sensitive private sector operational information with government for the purposes of expediting critical infrastructure restoration and supply chain movement across state lines. This working group is comprised of and guided by private sector members of the Fleet Response Working Group and state and local government members of the East Coast Corridor Coalition (EC3) Working Group.
For more information visit: SISE Working Group
The ENDEAVOR Private Sector Working Group of Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency and the AHC have partnered to create a new private sector operated working group model that will sustain elections and leadership turnover. Modeled after the AHC’s Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group (FRWG), this new working group, called ENDEAVOR, was formed in 2018 and leveraged best practices from North Carolina's nationally recognized private sector program and the FRWG to create a new public/private governance framework in Pennsylvania. ENDEAVOR works on operational issues with the state across multiple sector issues transportation policy, information sharing, and business-to-business partnerships for disaster response.
For more information visit: ENDEAVOR Working Group
These working groups may develop sub-committees that focus on more specific areas of interest based on the needs of the private sector or the regional states.