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This week we are discussing the role of the non-government disaster response organizations. Since 2000 there has been a steady increase in the number of organizations not affiliated with government that are responding to and doing an effective job during and after a disaster. Texas Disaster Inc, is a company that was formed after Hurricane Harvey by Jon Cole.
I’m charged with a leadership group and me and my cohort, we’re going to be rising seniors. We have to find an initiative to work with our underclassmen. Is this something Julia? He said, is this something Julia,
Dr Michael Kemp and Dr Charlyn Hilliman in a great conversation getting into the history of education and what practitioners are talking
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our mission was, if something happened in D.C. then, we would go to some secret location up in the mountains of Virginia. And so that was some interesting until I got home and told my wife about it and she goes, well, what about me?
Breakthrough Technology That Can Save Lives Todd DeVoe: Welcome to EM Weekly, and this is your host Todd DeVoe speaking…
This week we are talking about science, yes the science of the Leading Brain. I have with me the author of the book The Leading Brain Friederike Fabritius. She joins us from Germany to give us the insights of what our brain is doing when we make decisions, and how to clear our head when the time counts.
Because it’s not the plan, this is the whole piece of it. The plan is the finished product, it’s the process to get to the plan. So it’s engaging your stakeholders, bringing everyone to the table, to make the decision, to go through the processes, to do the education, to do the training, that’s all part of the plan.
You’ve got to change the balance. And what I mean by this is, they’re looking at the status quo– let’s talk a situation where people have to evacuate, right?
What You Need To Know About Emergency Management Education The difference between those who have a pre-9/11 perspective and…