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Hosted by Todd De Voe and we are all about bringing news, interviews discussing trends and issues that impact Emergency Management, First Responder’s, military, education, public safety, communications, disaster volunteer organizations, public health, humanitarian groups, NGOs, professionals, students, and researchers. In support of the Show EM Weekly also offers a Blog for those who would rather read our episodes weekly and have access to additional content not discussed in the Show.

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EP 36 IAEM 2017 Conference and Emex with Ellis Stanley

By EM Weekly | November 23, 2017

I’m a chair at the global board. And what we’re doing from a global perspective is reaching out across the globe, building connections, building relationships, creating training opportunities, so that we can help other countries develop substantive emergency management programs.

EP 35 The Paradigm Shift of Active Shooter Response

By EM Weekly | November 16, 2017

But 28 people died, and could we have saved their lives? And the resounding answer is yes. We could have saved their lives, which is not a problem at all. If we had a tourniquet, chest seal, and trauma dressing as our option to go ahead and help save their lives.

EP 34 Creating a Resilient EM Team

By EM Weekly | November 9, 2017

[TODD DEVOE] Hey, welcome to EM Weekly. And today, our guest is Brent Gleeson, a former Navy Seal, a writer…

EP 33 Disaster Communications with Zello

By EM Weekly | November 1, 2017

we started monitoring the Cajun Navy and Texas Navy with the app, and they were able to coordinate hundreds of rescues, and save people’s lives, by being able to coordinate by using that app.

EP 32 The Great ShakeOut with Mark Benthien

By EM Weekly | October 26, 2017

You wanna drop, cover, and hold on. And if you know you’re in a particularly vulnerable building, and that’s something you can figure out in advance; and if you have any sign of cracks on the walls, or anything visible, or certainly, of course, that’s just in any situation

EP 31 "Quakeland" The Story of the Moving World with Kathryn Miles

By EM Weekly | October 19, 2017

I don’t envy you, but your work is so important on that front. And you know, when I was doing research

EP 30 Hurricane Harvey, A Survivor's Story with Anna Cave

By EM Weekly | October 12, 2017

In small cities, you saw people making decisions based on their own geography, their own people, and people typically listening to those directives, based on experience and what’s happened in the past.

EP 29 The Maria Effect from the National Center for Disaster Preparedness with Jeff Schlegelmilch

By EM Weekly | October 5, 2017

Not replace state and local. But when you have, like we saw, after Katrina, such a catastrophic damage to the underlying infrastructure, to the underlying… even the political processes

EP 28 The 33rd American Red Cross Disaster Preparedness Academy

By EM Weekly | September 28, 2017

“Quake Heroes” that tells the stories of people that experienced the Northridge earthquake, that helped their neighbors, first responders, scientists and others who went into action to make a difference for their neighbors, for the community

EP 27 A Discussion on Preparedness of Daycare Facilities

By EM Weekly | September 21, 2017

And honestly, Todd, if there was an easy answer, I would be quoting that out to everybody…

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