What We Do

Public Notification

Collaborated with the Hawaii Department of Health to create an environmental specialist position and the Campbell Industrial Park Emergency Hotline to register non-emergency concerns and provide access to environmental updates

Participated with the Honolulu Police Department in revising the evacuation plan for Campbell Industrial Park

Provided more than 400 Sentinel emergency alert radios to businesses within Campbell Industrial Park and the surrounding area

Provided a grant to the Department of Education to place emergency siren simulators at the Makakilo, Mauka Lani and Kapolei Elementary Schools to enhance the shelter-in-place capabilities

Provided funding to install and upgrade outdoor sirens to provide full coverage for Campbell Industrial Park and the surrounding communities
Public Education

Organized free emergency preparedness seminars for Campbell Industrial Park businesses.

Coordinated Park-wide emergency evacuation exercises
Emergency Response Training

Underwrote the costs for five Honolulu Fire Department personnel to participate in annual Continuing HAZMAT Challenge Workshop, from 2004 to present

Underwrote the costs for two Honolulu Fire Department personnel to participate in the HOT ZONE conference in Houston, Texas, in 2008
Information Resource

Created the K.L.E.A.N. Emergency Resources Guide in 1997, updated annually and distributed free to Campbell Industrial Park tenants, area schools and emergency responders

Publish a periodic newsletter to to inform the community of K.L.E.A.N.’s activities and provide emergency preparedness information