Tag Archives: Michelle Forbes

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT TRAINING

A five-day Sub-Regional Emergency Operation Centre, EOC, Management Training Course officially opened here this morning at the Paradise Beach Hotel Conference Room at Villa. The training course is being hosted by National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO, in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development/Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance. Speaking at this morning’s brief… Continue Reading →

NEMO ALL YEAR PREPAREDNESS

The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) says it continues to work closely with the Police and other stakeholder organizations to ensure that everything is in place for proper disaster management in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Director of NEMO, Michelle Forbes tells NBC News, thy have held meetings with the police and other organizations as… Continue Reading →

HURRICANE SEASON

The National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO, said it will be holding a series of Whistle Stops soon as it continues to sensitize the public about the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season which runs from June 1st and ends on November 30th, 2018. Director of the National Emergency Management Organization, Michelle Forbes said the Whistle Stops will… Continue Reading →

2018 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON

Vincentians are being advised to ensure that they are ready for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which opens on June 1st. Director of the National Emergency Management Organisation, NEMO, Michelle Forbes issued the word of caution, noting that the 2018 Season is forecast to be above average. Miss Forbes has warned against complacency, and appealed… Continue Reading →

Tropical Storm Watch in place

Hurricane Maria has intensified to Category three and Meteorological Forecaster at the local Met Office Desiree Neverson-Jack said at 11:00am today the Hurricane was located 130 miles North North east of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Mrs. Neverson-Jack also explains why a Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the country and the Flood warning… Continue Reading →