Tag Archives: Director of NEMO Michelle Forbes

TSUNAMI EVACUATION DRILL

A Tsunami Evacuation Drill will be carried out in Union Island today by the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO). The main objective of the Tsunami Evacuation Drill is to test the Tsunami Inundation Evacuation Plans developed for Clifton and Ashton Union Island under the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO and its Caribbean Tsunami Information Centre… Continue Reading →

NEMO AND CONTINUED HEAT

Vincentians are being warned to be mindful of the current extreme heat which the global community is enduring. The reminder has come from Director of the National emergency Management Organisation, NEMO, Michelle Forbes as the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season moves into its most active phase. Miss Forbes said even as the Hurricane Season continues, a… Continue Reading →

TRADE WINDS AND VOLCANO ACTIVITIES

The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) said the activities to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the last eruption of La Soufriere Volcano were extended this year because of Exercise Trade Winds which takes place during the month of June. Director of NEMO, Michelle Forbes said they ended the program last Thursday with a consultation at… Continue Reading →

TSUNAMI READY WORKSHOP SUCCESS

Director of the National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO, Michelle Forbes said yesterday’s first day of this week’s Tsunami Inundation Modeling and Evacuations Mapping Workshop, was very successful. Miss Forbes said the Workshop which is being held in collaboration with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA is very important as they seek to ensure that… Continue Reading →

NEMO TSUNAMI CONSULTATION

Issues related to the Tsunami-ready Project will be discussed tomorrow at a Public consultation in Calliaqua. The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) will host the event at the Calliaqua Anglican School commencing at 5:00pm tomorrow. Director of NEMO, Michelle Forbes tells NBC News, the nation recently received funding from The United Nations Educational, Scientific and… Continue Reading →