Northwest Massachusetts Incident Management Team
A Type III Team of highly trained volunteers
ready to support communities in times of need.
NWMIMT is a multi-agency/multi-jurisdictional Type 3 Incident Management Team of trained personnel from western Massachusetts who assist local jurisdictions in managing major and/or complex incidents including:
weather-related disasters such as tornadoes, earthquakes or floods
joint law enforcement operations
public safety or public health operations
planned exercises and events
Our team may be deployed locally, within Massachusetts and throughout the nation.
We are a division of the Tri-State Fire Mutual Aid Association (TSFMA).
The team can function as an Incident Management Team (IMT) when delegated the authority to act on behalf of the affected jurisdiction/organization or as an Incident Management Assistance Team (IMAT) to support on-scene personnel and/or the affected jurisdiction(s).
Are you ready for deployment?
Download the I Am Responding App and Program and ensure that your contact information and preferences are up to date. Response to requests for deployment are needed within two hours of notification.
Work with your employer to establish requirements for deployments
Have you go kit ready to go
Make sure your family emergency plan is current
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
July 13th Meeting cancelled
Team Meetings are generally on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Greenfield Community College, East Building Rm 110 at 6:00 pm
Use the door behind the building.
GCC has generously donated this permanent space for emergency management use by the Franklin County Multi-Agency Coordination System, the Western MA Health and Medical Coordinating Committee and the Northwest Massachusetts Incident Management Team.
NWMIMT members continue to Support Drive Through Covid Clinics at Greenfield Community College
NWMIMT members provided Planning, Operations and Logistical support to the drive-through COVID clinics at Greenfield Community College during the month of May. The Franklin-Berkshire Medical Reserve Corps has also supported the clinic with medical and non-medical volunteers. Approximately 10,000 vaccinations were provided through these Franklin Regional Council of Governments regional clinics .