In this episode of the Bravo Charlie Ready Podcast, I visit with Fire Chief Emeritus Charles Werner from the Charlottesville,…
Michael discusses the US Patriot Act, domestic terrorism, and whether or not we need a federal law criminalizing a “domestic terrorist” act as defined in the Patriot Act.
Michael discusses the status of cybersecurity as a business practice and questions about whether we can get ahead of vulnerabilities.
Bob de Groot explains the ShakeAlert System that the USGS is utilizing in conjunction with State resources to give early warning for earthquakes along the west coast. Join us in this very interesting discussion as we dive into the current and future applications for these tools.
The Sturgis Bike Rally in Meade County increases the population from 7000 to over 400,000 for a couple of weeks every year.
Weld County, CO has started a project to build resiliency in all their communities. Their concept is that preparedness starts in your own backyard and will also end in your own backyard, and they want to bridge the gap between city officials and the rest of the community by opening the communication lines within each community.
North Central Nebraska Emergency Manager covering 5 counties measuring over 600 miles. Has experienced 19 disaster declarations ranging from tornados, blizzards, wildland fires, and most recent flooding. During the March ’19 storm, he was experiencing a blizzard in his west counties and major flooding in his eastern counties simultaneously.
In this episode, we visit with a subject matter expert on the latest system updates to the AlertSense high-speed notification software, IPAWS 2.0
This week on BCR, Planning Insurance Policies for Rural Preparedness. Different Blanket policies and what to look for with deductibles.
Michael Brown introduces you to “The BCR Technology Preparedness Show” at Bravo Charlie Ready (BCR) which will be hosted by Pat Gerdes.