The Massachusetts Association of Emergency Management Professionals (MAAEMP) is a network of community and business leaders dedicated to providing excellence in emergency management for Massachusetts.
Among the MAEMP membership and within the emergency management community in Massachusetts, MAEMP is committed to:
Our Officers and Board of Directors are MA-CEM and stay current with continuous professional development and seminars to ensure we are up to date on all the newest information, laws, regulations, and techniques in our field.
A Professional Membership consists of any person responsible for emergency preparedness with any governmental agency (local, state, federal), public or private non-profit organization, or private for-profit organization in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and have fully paid the Association dues for the current year. Only a Voting member shall be eligible to hold office in the Association as defined by the listed requirements for the office.
An Organizational Membership Includes up to four professional members working in agencies or other environments such as universities, colleges, military base installations, hospitals, health clinics, and non-profits and consultants.
An Associate or Student Membership is accorded to any person interested in furthering emergency management goal, but who is not eligible for Voting Membership and have fully paid the Association dues for the current year. Associate members are not eligible to vote but may serve on committees. Students would be included in this/her category.
The Massachusetts Certified Emergency Management Program (MA-CEM) was created to raise and maintain professional standards in emergency management and to certify achievement of that standard for the profession within Massachusetts.
Government Affairs serves as an advocate to local, state, and federal governmental organizations on issues of importance to the emergency management community. They act as a liaison to local, state, and federal governmental officials on behalf of members to ensure that their concerns are heard and understood. They monitor proposed legislation at the federal, state, and local level, which may impact emergency management activities or the goals of MAEMP, or its membership. They also work to establish legal precedent and best practices that will benefit and enhance the field of Emergency Management and those they serve.
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