GETTING STARTED IS AS EASY AS 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
When evaluating disaster damages
, Subrecipients (Applicants) are encouraged
to identify potential hazard mitigation opportunities.
Step 2: Hazard mitigation opportunities are then evaluated for cost effectiveness and applicability.
Step 3: Subrecipients (Applicants) prepare a Hazard Mitigation Proposal (HMP). The HMP must:
- Identify cause + damages to be mitigated.
- Include proposed mitigation measures.
- Demonstrate methodology (including scope of work [SOW], determination of cost effectiveness, etc.) used to determine applicability of proposed mitigation measures.
Step 4: HMP is submitted through GOHSEP to FEMA.
Proposed 406 HM measure(s) must be approved by FEMA prior to start of work to ensure eligibility and compliance with Federal requirements.