Air Quality Event Preparedness: Groups Seek Input

Three organizations have teamed up to conduct a survey of how organizations, both public and private, are planning / preparing for and responding to air quality events in California, such as smoke from fires.

Take the Survey

The California Resiliency Alliance (CRA), Business Recovery Managers Association (BRMA), and Californiafirst Coalition are conducting the survey.

The survey contains three sections:

  • Organizational Demographics & General Preparedness Structures;
  • Air Quality Event – Planning, Activation, Response, and Recovery;
  • Employee Perspective.

Even if you don’t manage air quality event planning or response, you can provide insights on your understanding of your organization’s plans and your perspective as an employee.

The more data points the survey gathers, the better the insights the organizations can provide in the report. Please feel free to share the survey link with colleagues and/or clients.

The survey deadline has been extended until August 7, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.

Air Quality Event Preparedness & Response Survey

Results will be tabulated anonymously.

If you have questions about the survey, please contact Monika Stoeffl at

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