Cayman Islands Hazard Management Officials get CDEMA briefing
(Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency Press Release) The National Hazard Management Executive (NHME) of the Cayman Islands has received a comprehensive familiarisation briefing from the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) which outlined the next steps for how Cayman can take advantage from its membership.
The session was an opportunity for Cayman’s leaders including His Excellency the Governor, Martyn Roper, Premier, Hon. Alden McLaughlin, the Acting Deputy Governor, Eric Bush, the Minister for Home Affairs, Hon. Tara Rivers and Hazard Management Cayman Islands Director, Danielle Coleman to hear findings and recommendations from a comprehensive disaster management audit of the Cayman Islands conducted by CDEMA.
Commenting after the meeting, the Governor said, “It is a testament to Hazard Management Cayman Islands that we scored so well in the Comprehensive Disaster Management Audit, and we stand ready to move forward in the areas highlighted for additional focus. I very much hope that CDEMA membership will be of significant benefit to the Cayman Islands in the coming years and would like to thank Elizabeth Riley, the Acting Executive Director of CDEMA for such a productive briefing.”
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