Tsunami Ready with Earthquake Country Alliance Description: The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2009 Samoa tsunami, the 2010 Chile tsunami, the 2011 Tohoku, Japan tsunami: In less than 10 years, these … Read More
The Emergency Preparedness Network started by Paul Dutton is Helping Communities Be Ready. Dutton is a 20 year experienced veteran to Disasters and has been a Community Emergency Response Teams … Read More
Youth Emergency Preparedness Council (YEPC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to educating and preparing communities for disasters. It is organized and led by the youth through local chapters, serving a … Read More
Keeping Connected During Disaster When disaster strikes, staying connected matters more than ever – whether for first response, medical support, recovery efforts, essential supplies, or helping citizens tell family and … Read More
The National Preparedness Leadership Initiative is a joint program of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Combing the resources and thinking of these two entities enable their faculty to help program participants appreciate and prepare for the full range of crisis leadership challenges, from the health and well-being of diverse communities to the intricacies of multi-entity operations, and working with political officials and the media.
Keeping the power on during a disaster is critical. Utility and emergency management companies are often criticized for not connecting deeply enough with customers. During or after a disaster, consumers … Read More
We have a lot of changes happening in the world today. The United States has a new President and a new direction. President Biden has stated that COVID-19 will be … Read More
Emergency Management at our K-12 schools can be challenging. Each school day, we send about 55 million children to K-12 schools. We entrust the teachers and administrators to keep them … Read More
The importance of private business relationships in emergency management. Contractors, training, transportation, debris…
A friend of the show Jeff Schlegelmilch to discuss his book Rethinking Readiness. What does it mean to be prepared?