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Three ways to participate in the Oct. 17 IAEM Think Tank on 'Active Shooter/Threat: the EM Perspective'

from IAEM

The IAEM Think Tank will focus on “Active Shooter/Threat: The Emergency Management Perspective,” taking place on Oct. 17, 2016, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT. The event will take place live at the IAEM Annual Conference in Savannah, Georgia, but there are two other ways to participate – by webinar or hear the recording in the members only section of the website. With the rise in active shooter or threat incidents around the world, it is important to discuss emergency management’s role in not only preparing their community, but responding to and recovering from an event. Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. The IAEM Think Tank, which will focus on active shooter situations from the emergency management perspective, will be facilitated by Rich Serino and will feature Kathryn Brinsfield, MD, MPH, assistant secretary for health affairs and CMO, Office of Health Affairs, DHS; Gregory Brunelle, vice president of emergency management and community resilience, Tetra Tech; James Caesar, emergency manager, University of California, Santa Barbara; John C. Luther, director, Washington County (Arkansas) Department of Emergency Management/911 Operations; and Ray Mollers, emergency medical services program manager, Office of Health Affairs, DHS. more


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