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EPCRA State Computer and HazMat Response Equipment Grant - 2018 (pdf)

The Computer and Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Response Equipment Grant is available to assist counties in complying with the requirements of ss. 323.60 and 323.61, Wis. Stats. The funds awarded under this grant are meant to supplement existing local funding for HazMat response equipment; it is not intended to fully fund local HazMat response capabilities within the state. There are two components to this grant – funding for computer equipment for the county emergency management offices and funding for hazmat teams for hazardous materials response equipment.

5/31/2018
HS Industrial Firefighting Equipment FY2015 (pdf)

WEM will provide grant funds for the purchase of a B-Foam System and High Flow Master Stream for responses to an Industrial Firefighting event. This equipment will be a part of the Superior Petroleum Partners cache, and available for regional deployments.

7/5/2018
HS ALERT SWAT Field Paramedical Training 2017 (pdf)

The funding will allow the La Crosse County Sheriff's Office to host training for ALERT personnel at the State Patrol Academy on tactical paramedical field training. The SWAT training is designed for educating tactical officers in field medical care in emergency situations. Students will receive comprehensive and didactic instruction in tactical field care and care under fire.

7/11/2018
HS Food and Agriculture Security MSP 2017 (pdf)

WEM will provide grant funds for a multi-state functional exercise that will test capabilities of local, state, federal and industry partners during a Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak. This project is part of a multi-year exercising plan for the stakeholders in the Multi-State Partnership.

7/11/2018
Mobile Field Forces - Equipment (2018-19) (pdf)

The grant program will work to increase qualified and trained Crowd Control Squads across the state. Squads equipped under this grant will be expected to respond regionally within their respective Emergency Police Services Region upon receipt of a mutual aid request. This grant program is open to any and all Township, Village, City, County or Tribal Law Enforcement agencies as well as state agencies with law enforcement responsibilities.

7/23/2018
Mobile Field Forces - Training (2018-19) (pdf)

The grant program will work to increase qualified and trained Crowd Control Squads across the state. Squads trained under this grant will be expected to respond regionally within their respective Emergency Police Services Region upon receipt of a mutual aid request. This grant program is open to any and all Township, Village, City, County or Tribal Law Enforcement agencies as well as state agencies with law enforcement responsibilities.

7/23/2018


Resources for Federally Funded Grants

WEM will not be able to award sub-grants if an agency does not have an active Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) Number and an active Unique Entity Identifier and System for Award Management (SAM).

If your organization needs to obtain a DUNS number, go to http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform
If your organization needs to obtain a SAMS number, go to https://sam.gov/portal/SAM/#1

For more information about how to register in SAM, please access this guide

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