This episode is with Arthur T. Bradly, Ph.D., a NASA electrical engineer, and accomplished author.
So what are some of the challenges that you have specifically with hospital emergency management compared to say, you know, emergency management in a city or anywhere else?
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.
Early Warning Labs is sort of part of the distribution platform and the automated responses in response to the earthquake early warning. So, our partners do a large piece of the hard work, actually monitoring and creating the raw data that goes into the earthquake early warning that we use.
But what were the costs of winning? And can they make the turn to their original goal of why they fought in the first place? So then we look at Afghanistan, which, you know, we start to film there, it’s a man-made disaster.
“The Power to Recover”, and it’s a dive to managing trauma in your workplace. Specifically, it could be anything, but active intruder…