This week we are talking about intelligence for emergency management. The difference between information and intelligence has the information been vetted. AlertsUSA is a great source of vetted information that you can turn into intel fast.
The Senate voted 81-8 today to confirm Deputy Administrator Peter Gaynor to lead the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
This week we are talking to Rob Gourdie the CEO and Co-Founder of SituateMe an Emergency Management AI product. As we move into the world of 5G, AI, ML and the Intent of Things (IoT), we need to embrace crowdsourced information. EMA or the Emergency Management Assistant that SituateMe has developed may be just the tool we are looking for.
This week we are talking about disaster medicine and public health with Dr. Thomas Kirsch from the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health and a Professor of Military and Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
This week we talk to Alex Tardy of the National Weather Service about the weather. Weather is always an issue during an emergency and having a connection to the NWS is a great way to serve your community. Alex brings years of experience to the table when we talk weather.
I think it’s just that label, what really keeps people from taking action. Because they don’t wanna be labelled, especially if you’re a minority, you don’t wanna have an extra label on your back.
Well, it’s all about communication, and the ability to get information out. It’s the same issue that any jurisdiction has…
What kind of leadership development does Team Rubicon do with their leaders? So, we have a few different avenues for that. Obviously, we have the more professional development of the ICS courses, so we do… you know, leaders through ICS 300 and 400, and encourage them to go out and get their textbooks for other general staff positions.