Minnesota All Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT)

Minnesota All Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT) Minnesota-1 Type III All Hazard Incident Management Team (AHIMT)

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The Minnesota All Hazards Incident Management Team (MN-1 AHIMT) is a Type 3 team made up of highly trained and skilled professionals from a variety of agencies across Minnesota. We are currently over 120 strong divided into three (Red, Blue and White) on duty response teams. An Incident Management Team (IMT) is a comprehensive resource (a team) to either augment ongoing operations through provisio

n of infrastructure support, or when requested, transition to an incident management function to include all components/functions of a Command and General Staff.

09/30/2023
A year ago Members of MN-1 Minnesota All Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT) had the privilege to travel to DeSoto ...
09/30/2023

A year ago Members of MN-1 Minnesota All Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT) had the privilege to travel to DeSoto County FL, to serve along side some amazing responders and County personnel in DeSoto. We also had the opportunity to work alongside Florida Region 7 AHIMT again (Hurricane Irma) Lots of great work, and memories! Thanks MN HSEM, MN DPS and Gov. Walz to allow our Team go and help out with this specialized team in Florida!

Keeping an eye on things
08/26/2023

Keeping an eye on things

06/16/2023

MN - 1 All Hazards Incident Management Team (AHIMT) has a new logo! At our Team Training/Quarterly Meeting last week the Team was able to vote for the new logo. It has elements of the original logo, traditional Emergency Management and new elements. Thank you to Cady Jacoby for ALL her patience and her talents as she developed/designed the new logo!

10/26/2022
10/24/2022

An incident management team from Minnesota played a major role in helping Floridians during the days that followed Hurricane Ian.

10/24/2022
10/24/2022
10/24/2022

Nice recap of the mission these team members who assisted during the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

10/16/2022

The team has returned from their mission to support the State of Florida Hurricane Ian response. Thank you to those who took the journey, supported them behind the scenes and welcoming them back home!

Great job!

Mission complete and heading home.
10/14/2022

Mission complete and heading home.

10/14/2022

The team has completed their mission in DeSoto County, FL and has begun the demobilization and return process.

A job well done and we look forward to your safe return back Minnesota and home base(s).

10/06/2022

Florida National Guard service members transport families through flooded roads as part of relief efforts in Arcadia, Fla.

Combined group photo in DeSoto County, FL.MN-1 AHIMT integrated with local, regional and state responders to support the...
10/06/2022

Combined group photo in DeSoto County, FL.

MN-1 AHIMT integrated with local, regional and state responders to support the command and coordination of one common mission.

Go Team!

10/05/2022

We also want to take a moment to thank those employers and officials who allowed our team members to take time away from their regular duties and assist those in emergencies and disasters far from their home jurisdictions and entities they represent.

Our team members also make adaptations to their schedules to make these responses happen. However, without the support of employers, elected officials, response partners, family, coworkers and friends it simply would not happen.

Thank you all!

The work that continues. Power restoration in the area - DeSoto County, FL - is still a major issue being handled by our...
10/05/2022

The work that continues. Power restoration in the area - DeSoto County, FL - is still a major issue being handled by our utility partners.

While not many major networks are covering the work being done by local, county, state, federal and private sector partners it is still very much essential and appreciated by those affected residents, business owners and officials.

WEDNESDAY 10 AM POWER OUTAGE UPDATE:

We've seen a LOT of progress with power restoration over just the last couple days. I know for those still without power, it's been a long and stressful process. Hang in there! The expectation is those who can still receive power will get power restored by Saturday. Lee County is now down to 35% of customers without power (most of the 35% are from Cape Coral). Charlotte County and Desoto County are closer to 50%. Hopefully these percentages will be closer to zero in the next couple days.

https://nbc-2.com/news/local/lee-county/2022/10/04/lcec-crews-continue-power-restoration-efforts-throughout-swfl/

10/05/2022

Link to Desoto County Emergency Management’s page.

https://www.facebook.com/DesotoEM

A great representation of effective communication to the community affected.

Sign-up for Emergency Alerts - Click the Sign-up button above

Team is doing great work and is going well considering the circumstances. Here are a few catchup photos from the last co...
10/05/2022

Team is doing great work and is going well considering the circumstances. Here are a few catchup photos from the last couple of days including some with setup, accommodations, and surroundings.

We are assessing potential for backfill of the current team and how long operations and support will continue in this area. This area is still in a response/rescue type of posture as water levels recede and areas become more accessible for search & rescue crews and ongoing damage assessments.

The need is real and the need is now. Thank you to our State of MN and DPS partners, our State of Florida and DeSoto County hosts, and to our team for all that you are doing.

Great work team!
10/04/2022

Great work team!

10/03/2022

Team did arrived safely last night and is currently operating in our assigned mission area.

More to be released by MN HSEM when they have the opportunity to update their products.

Team deployment prep photos before departing today.
10/01/2022

Team deployment prep photos before departing today.

“When someone needs help, Minnesota’s first responders answer the call. authorized the 12-day mission to send 8 Minnesota first responders to help FL recover from Hurricane Ian. They’re on their way now. ”

Released through the Governor’s Office and our DPS-HSEM partners.GO TEAM! Be safe and do great work on behalf of us all.
09/30/2022

Released through the Governor’s Office and our DPS-HSEM partners.

GO TEAM! Be safe and do great work on behalf of us all.

A Minnesota hazards incident management team has been deployed to Florida to help communities damaged by Hurricane Ian.

09/30/2022

The team has deployed.

More to come as we are coordinating information releases including photos / video with our DPS partners.

TWS

09/29/2022

Team progress will be posted in coordination with MN-HSEM for operational security and public information concerns. So if there is a time delay please be patient and understand those considerations.

TWS

Deployment prep
09/29/2022

Deployment prep

09/28/2022

Florida deployment is currently a go. Check your devices if you’ve been in contact as part of this deployment. For others we will continue to watch this mission and keep people advised of needs and progress.

Start thinking about deployment availability and your readiness…
09/25/2022

Start thinking about deployment availability and your readiness…

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Anoka, MN
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