When disaster strikes, it takes more than a first responder to make the call. It takes a partnership between the community and its organizations. That’s what representatives of about 90 public and private organizations learned Wednesday morning during a Wisconsin Emergency Management workshop at the Kenosha Medical Center. The Kenosha County Public/Private Partnership for Emergency Preparedness workshop featured fire and rescue officials who talked about their role and how officials from companies and organizations can respond to a disastrous situation. The discussions focused on hazardous materials situations. There was a panel discussion and an exercise that had attendees working in groups describing each organization’s disaster plan.