Prepare Now to Protect Your Employees!
In the first 72 hours after a disaster, you'll need to be self-sufficient. Be ready. Meet critical needs with pre-packaged corporate emergency kits. Long-shelf-life food and water, communications, medical and sanitation items. Click HERE>>

NFPA 1600 2010 Edition: What You Need to Know NFPA 1600 is a "Disaster / Emergency Management and BC" standard published by the Nat'l. Fire Protection Association. The 2010 edition has changed significantly - organizationally and in its content. Jacque Rupert writes. Click HERE>>

  • Communications & Response Issue: March 2010
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  • Managing a PR Disaster in the Internet Age
    A corporate crisis and litigation expert says Toyota handled its 'Tylenol moment' poorly at first but is slowly figuring out the ins and outs of online damage control. Click HERE>>
  • U.S. Putting Up a Good Cyberfight
    Despite ever-increasing cyberthreats the U.S. can rise to the challenge, national intelligence expert says. Click HERE>>
  • Explosion Allowed Hospital to Test its Disaster Response
    A Connecticut hospital successfully put its disaster response plan in motion when the local power plant exploded on Sunday. Click HERE>>
  • Is Google a 'Critical Infrastructure?'
    The world's largest Internet search engine company is reaching out to the National Security Agency for technical assistance. Google wants to learn the identity of its recent hackers. Click HERE>>
  • 2010 Olympic Security a 'Binational' Responsibility
    Vancouver is only 30 miles from the U.S. border. The proximity has prompted extensive security efforts from the Pacific Coast to the Cascade mountain range. Click HERE>>
  • Employers Can Now Monitor Employee Laptops
    Forensic software allowed Bristol Myers Squibb to catch a trainee plotting to use company information for competing purposes. It tracks employee laptop activity. Click HERE>>

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Disaster Recovery Testing The ONLY book on this vital subject, addressing all types of contingency plans! Transform recovery testing from an afterthought to a powerful, disciplined and efficient development and implementation tool. Click HERE>>

AOK Rescue Chair
The safest and easiest way to transport a person down or up a flight of stairs in a high-rise building! The Americans with Disabilities Act requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations for disabled employees. Click HERE>>

World Conf. on Disaster Mgmt. June 6-9. Toronto, Can. Emergency Management & Business Continuity Working Together: the largest annual conference in the world that brings together professionals from these and other disciplines. Click HERE>>

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The Third National Emergency Management Summit
Washington, DC - An all-star line-up of government agency leaders, leading researchers, clinicians, and disaster planning and response professionals makes the National Emergency Management Summit a must for health care organizations. Pre-conference on improvised nuclear devices; lessons from H1N1 and Haiti; mini-Summits on scarce resources, surge and supply chain management, and evacuations/ACFs. Renaissance Washington DC Hotel, March 3-5, 2010. Click HERE>>

Join EMPOWER Mar. 4th: Dr. Enarson Discusses Women in Disaster Resilience
Dr. Elaine Enarson will lead a discussion on gender, vulnerability, and community resilience related to disasters. She will highlight leadership of women around the world in managing disaster risk while identifying sex and gender factors that place many girls and women, boys and men at increased risk. The implications of a gender-sensitive approach to building disaster resilience are explored, drawing from two decades of gender and disaster research. Click HERE>>

3rd International Swine Flu Conference (ISFC)
London, UK - March 10-11 - Distinguished scientists, public health officials, law enforcers, first responders, and other experts will discuss pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and recovery at the conference. ISFC focuses on latest prevention, preparedness, response and recovery measures being developed to address the deadly human-to-human transmission of H1N1. The speakers are selected to represent the widest possible range of perspectives. Click HERE>>

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