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A Successful Disaster Plan - Emergency Preparedness for Museum Collections
Instructional video on how to develop and implement an effective disaster plan. Segment 3 of 6 looks at what is the end result of the disaster planning process for a museum. Speaker(s): Chief Richard Wilcox (Stockbridge Police Department); Kelly Cobble (National Park Service) Produced by Fred Woods Production. Supported by Northeast Museum Services Center, National Park Service. The views expressed in this video are solely those of the Northeast Museum Services Center as well as the guest speakers and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the federal government or the National Park Service.
Views: 978 NMSC5613
Webinar: Emergency Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Recovery - Are You Ready?
There's a lot to think about when it comes to emergency preparedness and response management: potential fires, weather emergencies and power outages to gas or water leaks, intruders or active shooters. But there are effective ways and resources available to help you evaluate your emergency plans, technologies and training to ensure the safety of people, the protection of property, and the prevention of business disruptions. During this special webinar, you’ll learn about: • The phases of emergency management. • Whether you have the protections you think you do. • How to avoid panic, confusion, delayed responses and costly mistakes if an emergency does occur. • Why a holistic approach to emergency planning, situational awareness and response management is so important. • What tools are available to enhance risk assessment, emergency planning, communication/mass notification and training. From the mundane to the extreme, every facility has to be prepared for any number of potential threats to people and property. Is yours ready? Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding of risk management and the benefits of emergency planning, situational awareness and response management. Featured Speaker: Brad Spicer Brad Spicer is founder and president of SafePlans. His expertise as a safety and security consultant includes police instruction, dignitary protection, homeland security, school safety, and emergency planning and response with advanced threat assessment training from the U.S. Secret Service and Gavin de Becker & Associates.
Views: 2506 Facility Executive
Campus Security, Emergency Response and Crisis Management
What is the best way to ensure the safety of our nations college and university students? Natural disasters and campus tragedies highlight the need to improve crisis management and emergency response.
Views: 1837 ResearchChannel
National Emergency Communications Plan
National Emergency Communications Plan discussion between the Department of Homeland Security Director of Emergency Communications Chris Essid and Fire Chief Charles Werner from the Charlottesville, VA, Fire Department as well as Deputy Chief Eddie Reyes from the Alexandria, VA, Police Department. PLEASE NOTE: Comments and video responses posted to the Department of Homeland Security YouTube Channel are subject to YouTube's usage policies. Your comments are public and available to anyone visiting a DHS Channel or video. To protect your privacy and the privacy of others, do not include your full name, phone numbers, email addresses, social security numbers, case numbers or any other personally identifiable information in your comment or response video. The Department does not moderate comments on this Channel prior to posting, but reserves the right to remove any materials that pose a security risk. Any opinions expressed here, except as specifically noted, are those of the individual commentators and do not reflect any agency policy, endorsement or action. DHS will not be collecting or retaining these comments in its records. To contact the Department go to: http://www.dhs.gov/contactus Your use of YouTube, including the posting of comments on this Channel, is governed by the YouTube Privacy Policy, http://www.youtube.com/t/privacy
Student Emergency Response
Learn more about emergency response procedures for students in the Dysart Unified School District.
Intro - Emergency Preparedness for Museum Collections
Introduction to instructional video on how to develop and implement an effective disaster plan. Speaker(s): Teresa Chambers (United States Park Police) Produced by Fred Woods Production. Supported by Northeast Museum Services Center, National Park Service. The views expressed in this video are solely those of the Northeast Museum Services Center and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the federal government or the National Park Service.
Views: 1045 NMSC5613
Amtrak's Emergency Management and Corporate Security Department
Learn about how Amtrak's Emergency Management and Corporate Security Department works to keep America's railroad safe and secure.
Views: 5395 Amtrak
Emergency Planning and Public-Private Partnerships in New York City
Edward Skyler is the Deputy Mayor for Administration. In this capacity, Skyler assists the Mayor in managing the Police Department, Fire Department, Office of Emergency Management, Office of Management and Budget, Office of Labor Relations, and the Law Department. In addition, Skyler directly oversees the Department of Sanitation, Department of Citywide Administrative Services, Office of Contract Services, the Criminal Justice Coordinator, Office of Midtown Enforcement, Business Integrity Commission, Pensions, Public Finance and Communications. Prior to his appointment as Deputy Mayor, Skyler served as the Mayor's Communications Director and Press Secretary and has worked in the Bloomberg Administration since its inception in January 2002. Previously, Skyler worked at the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation from 1995 to 1999, where he served as Deputy Chief of Staff and as the Public Information Director. He then was appointed a Deputy Press Secretary to Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani. In 2000, he left the Mayor's Office to work in the Corporate Communications group of Bloomberg LP and, in 2001, he joined Bloomberg for Mayor as the campaign's Press Secretary. Skyler served in that position through the transition during which time he was appointed Press Secretary to the incoming Mayor. Skyler, a member of the New York State Bar, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the Fordham University School of Law. 6th Annual M. Moran Weston II Distinguished Lecture in Public Policy (Feb 21, 2007 at Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs)
Views: 417 UChannel
National Counter Terrorism Exercise - Hermes Castle
More than 450 police, emergency service and Defence personnel were involved in a major national counter-terrorism exercise conducted at the Holsworthy Army Barracks. Exercise ‘Hermes Castle’ is a multi-agency counter terrorism exercise which has been 15 months in the planning and designed to test the response arrangements to a terrorist incident at a Defence base. The NSW Police Force-led exercise included officers and resources from the NSW Police Force, Fire & Rescue NSW, NSW Ambulance Service, Australian Federal Police, Defence, and the Rural Fire Service. Exercise Hermes Castle is the NSW commitment to the ongoing testing and refinement of counter terrorism arrangements. The exercise was conducted at Holsworthy Army Barracks, the State Operations Centre within the Sydney Police Centre at Surry Hills, and the State Crisis Centre. The jointly-sponsored exercise is designed to test both state and national capabilities to respond to a national security incident of this type. Deputy Commissioner Catherine Burn, Commander of Specialist Operations, said the deployment exercise is the focal point of the exercise series which included a series of discussion exercises. “This exercise will give us the opportunity to test our response arrangements with our partners in a very difficult scenario. “In previous years we have tested the way we resolved a variety of situations but this particular scenario on a large Commonwealth facility will provide additional challenges. “Exercise Hermes Castle will have officers dealing with a dynamic situation which requires the deployment of specialist resources to respond to an incident resulting in mass casualties. “As well, we have the emergency service organisations responding to manage the consequences which follow,” Deputy Commissioner Burn said. Deputy Commissioner Burn added that while this and other scenarios require regular testing, there is no specific threat and the public should not be alarmed. “In recent years we have tested our response capabilities in a range of situations. “The community has a well-founded expectation that we keep broadening our scope and ability to ensure our preparedness is up to the level required. “The community can take comfort in the fact we continually test our plans with our partners at the Commonwealth level, Defence and the Australian Federal Police, so they can have confidence in our ability to provide them with a safe and secure way of life. For more information on counter terrorism policy, legislation, and communities, visit secure.nsw.gov.au
Views: 14780 TheNSWPolice
Emergency Planning Response and Preparedness in Nunavut, 2017
2017 Culminating Conference at the School of Public Health and Social Policy at the University of Victoria. Presentation by: Michael Patterson, MPH
State of Emergency: The Disaster of Cutting Preparedness Grants
This hearing will review the drastic cuts to homeland security grants proposed in the President’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget request. Subcommittee Members will hear first hand from stakeholders, including New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and representatives from emergency management, law enforcement, the fire service, and fusion centers, about the impact of these cuts on their ability to prevent, prepare for, protect against, and respond to terrorist attacks at a time when the threat to the United States is the highest since 9/11.
Public Health Planning: Responding to Emergencies
Clackamas County hosted a two-day training on Advanced Disaster Life Support (ADLS) at Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue (TVF&R).
Views: 225 Clackamas County
Emergency Preparedness & Life Safety Code Update
The webinar, presented by Charlie Schlegel, Director of the Division of Safety Inspection for the PA Department of Health will give the audience an overview of many of the recent changes to the Life Safety Code requirements used for state licensure and federal certification that were new to the survey process starting November 1, 2016. The information is pertinent to compliance for existing health care facilities, as well as new construction and renovation projects. In addition, the webinar will focus on review of the new CMS emergency preparedness requirements specific to long term care facilities. Learning Objectives: 1. Understand the adoption of the 2012 Life Safety Code (LSC) and how it applies to your long term care facility; 2. Review of major LSC changes that apply to existing health care facilities and new construction and renovations; 3. Overview of the new CMS emergency preparedness requirements for long term care facilities.
Views: 412 PAHealthCareAssn
UB NOW:  School Emergency Drill - Part 2
Police in Amherst, New York staged a mock shooting at a local high school to practice emergency response and evacuation procedures. Police, school administrators, teachers and students faced a real-life emergency scenario in a test of their crisis planning and training. This video - in three parts - is used as an educational tool for regional school leaders and law enforcement agencies.
Views: 15303 UBNOW
Talking with Henrietta: Policies and Plans - The East Palo Alto Police Department
What is a Crime Emergency Declaration and why was it necessary for the police department in the City of East Palo Alto to issue such a declaration? In the full-hour video discussion about the department's emergency declaration, East Palo Alto's Police Chief, two of his police captain's, and a city resident who works with ex-felons discuss security within the city and the police department's plans for dealing with potential crime surges. This video excerpt is taken from the full one-hour discussion, which was produced in April 2008. To get more information about the show, go to www.epatoday.org.
Views: 391 Henrie818
Planning Process - Emergency Preparedness for Museum Collections
Instructional video on how to develop and implement an effective disaster plan. Segment 1 of 6 looks at how and why museums plan for emergency situations. Speaker(s): Arthur Dutil (Congregation of Marians); Chief Richard Wilcox (Stockbridge Police Department) Produced by Fred Woods Production. Supported by Northeast Museum Services Center, National Park Service. The views expressed in this video are solely those of the Northeast Museum Services Center and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the federal government or the National Park Service.
Views: 778 NMSC5613
Disability Training for Emergency Planners: Serving People with Disabilities
Please give us feedback on the content of this training by completing a brief survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DisabilityYouTube Your responses are greatly appreciated and will help us to evaluate this training and improve trainings in the future! Thank you. The purpose of this training is to provide emergency planners with information and best practices that will ensure the safety of people with disabilities during emergency events. Special consideration will be given to the importance of including people with disabilities and disability organizations in the planning process. People with disabilities may have functional needs that will require accommodations during and after emergency response. In your role as emergency planner, you make plans to meet the functional needs of a wide variety of people in case of an emergency. One of those groups of people, people with disabilities, constitutes a large portion of the general population. In fact, roughly one in five Americans has some kind of disability. With careful and inclusive planning and coordination of agencies, the functional needs of people with disabilities can be successfully met during emergency, disaster, and sheltering situations. This training is divided into five sections: 1. Introduction to Disability 2. Communication and Notification 3. Evacuation and Transportation 4. Sheltering and Recovery 5. Inclusive Planning for Disaster Mitigation and Response Training Aids: Additional disability resources for emergency planners, including a list of statewide and regional disability organizations, can be found at: www.go.osu.edu/emergencyplanners. Video quality: These trainings were shot in HD quality. You can change the quality of your video by selecting the "cog" icon in the lower right hand corner of the video screen. The video will load at a slower pace on the higher quality settings. If you are having difficulty viewing the training, it may be helpful to try a different browser. Closed Captioning: Closed captioning is available on all modules of this training. To turn on the captioning, click on the "CC" icon in the lower right hand corner of the screen Special thanks to: The Ohio Disability and Health Program's Disability Community Planning Group (DCPG) The Ohio State University Police Division The Ohio Trauma Committee, Functional Needs Workgroup University of South Florida Center for Inclusive Communities Victoria Baker-Willford, Governor's Council on People with Disabilities Nolan Crabb, American Council of the Blind Ohio Mario Duncan, Motivational Speaker Katherine Hevener, Ohio Trauma Committee, Functional Needs Workgroup Ken Johnson, Clark County Emergency Management Agency Mike Larson, American Red Cross, Clark County Chapter Chris Puls, Service Dog Expert Bobby Ringle, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Member Officer Anna Stephenson, The Ohio State University Police Division Kim Stults, Nurse, Disability Advocate Heather Thomas, American Red Cross, Dayton Area Chapter Irene Tunanidas, Ohio Association of the Deaf Officer Aaron Ward, The Ohio State University Police Division First Responder Disability Training Development Team at The Ohio State University Nisonger Center: Madison Bauer, Video Accessibility & Captioning Rachel Blackburn, Reviewer Andrew Buck, Narrator Leah Conn, LEND Trainee David Ellsworth, LEND Trainee Rosalind Gjessing, Project Coordinator Susan Havercamp, Project Director Rebecca Monteleone, Undergraduate Research Assistant Scott Nelson, Videographer, Post-Production Director Jillian Ober, Executive Producer Marc J. Tassé, Script Development, Reviewer Yiping Yang, Script Development, Reviewer For more information about this training or the Ohio Disability and Health Program (ODHP), please contact: Susan Havercamp, Principal Investigator 614-685-8724; Susan.Havercamp@osumc.edu Yiping Yang, Program Coordinator 614-688-2928; Yiping.Yang@osumc.edu Rosalind Gjessing, Clinical Research Assistant 614-688-2928; Rosalind.Gjessing@osumc.edu The Ohio Disability and Health Program: The Ohio Disability and Health Program (ODHP) is a grant-funded state program with the goals to promote health, improve emergency preparedness, and increase access to care for Ohioans with disabilities. ODHP is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and is a partnership amongst the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), the two Ohio UCEDDs (University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disability) at the Ohio State University Nisonger Center and the University of Cincinnati (UC UCEDD), and the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC). ODHP is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cooperative Agreement Number 5U59DD000931-02. The contents of this training are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Views: 4880 Nisonger Center
Elements of Your Disaster Plan - Emergency Preparedness for Museum Collections
Instructional video on how to develop and implement an effective disaster plan. Part 2 of Segment 2 looks at sources of assistance, setting priorities and developing incident command structure. Speaker(s): Arthur Dutil (Congregation of Marians); Chief Richard Wilcox (Stockbridge Police Department) Produced by Fred Woods Production Supported by Northeast Museum Services Center, National Park Service The views expressed in this video are solely those of the Northeast Museum Services Center and do not necessarily reflect the policy or position of the federal government or the National Park Service.
Views: 826 NMSC5613
Workplace Medical Emergency Planning   Anthony Days  Mar 10 2016
Members of the Southcoast Worksite Health & Wellness Collaborative enjoyed a presentation on workplace emergency medical planning on March 10, 2016 by Captain Anthony Days of the Mattapoisett Police Department. Captain Days went over basic CPR procedures, including the use of defibrillators. He also covered evacuation policy and procedures and emergency escape procedures and route assignments, such as floor plans, workplace maps, and safe or refuge areas.
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Emergency Preparedness for Animals
Tips from Jackson Galaxy about how to deal with emergencies and evacuations before, during, and after they happen. ▶︎ Find Jackson's Favorite Cat 🐱 Products: http://jacksongalaxy.com ◀︎ #MyCatFromHell on Animal Planet: https://www.animalplanetgo.com/my-cat-from-hell/ http://youtube.com/AnimalPlanetTV Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecatdaddy/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JacksonGalaxy Twitter: https://twitter.com/JacksonGalaxy
Views: 22277 Jackson Galaxy
MARTA's Police Recruitment
Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, members of the MARTA Police Department are working along MARTA’s nearly 48 miles of track and 1,000 miles of bus routes. Every day, these men and women protect MARTA’s approximately half a million passengers and employees traveling on over 300 rail cars and 500 full size buses operating within the MARTA system. MARTA Police can be found patrolling stations, trains, buses, facilities, and along the right-of-way. MARTA police are there preventing crime, enforcing laws, protecting public safety, and providing front-line customer service by assisting passengers - all to ensure a safe travel environment. Our Bomb Assessment Team responds to incidents where suspicious packages and hazardous explosives or materials are potential threats. Our team actively trains and maintains certifications to ensure the safety and security of individuals within the transit system. After a threat, crime, or situation our Criminal Investigation Unit takes over. The Criminal Investigation Unit works diligently through investigations to identify and arrest individuals involved in crimes within the transit system. They are assigned to investigate crimes on MARTA property, facilities, buses and trains. Our CIU is responsible for over 900 square miles and works in conjunction with 27 surrounding agencies to share crime and intelligence information to assist in their investigations. Our K-9 teams of specially trained officers and dogs are always working throughout the MARTA system. They conduct bus and train searches and detect evidence of explosives. The specialized Operations Response Team or (SORT) is responsible for numerous services within the transit system and surrounding communities within Metropolitan Atlanta. Emergency Preparedness Unit or (EPU) ensures the overall Authority’s preparedness initiatives. They support and implement preparedness plans, coordinate and manage numerous projects for the Authority and Police Department, and address all levels of emergencies and disasters. In addition, the EPU works with multiple agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, Georgia Emergency Management Association and Georgia Department of Transportation to provide continuous protection throughout the transit system. The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies awarded the MARTA Police Department with its Gold Standard of Excellence – one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a law enforcement agency and is awarded to police agencies that demonstrate a commitment to professional excellence in both policy and practice. And as a team member of the MARTA police department, we encourage mobility and advancement in your law enforcement career. So, if you are looking for a challenging career in law enforcement and an opportunity to make a real difference, please consider joining the award winning MARTA Police Department. To learn more about Recruitment opportunities, call 404-848-4900 or visit the MARTA Police website at www.itsmarta.com/police
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Trump's Frightening FEMA Plan
Trump is a horrible human being. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Become a TYT member at: http://tyt.com/JOIN Read more here: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/dhs-fema-funding-hurricane-jeff-merkley_us_5b9880fee4b0162f4731ee03 "The Trump administration transferred nearly $10 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency earlier this year to fund immigrant detention and deportation efforts, according to a document released Tuesday by Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore). The lawmaker first shared the documents with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, saying that the Department of Homeland Security requested the money “just as hurricane season [was] starting” and as it was attempting to fund Immigration and Customs Enforcement in the midst of its new “zero tolerance” immigration policy. The controversial crackdown resulted in the separation of thousands of migrant children from their parents, hundreds of whom have yet to be reunited. “This is a scandal. At the start of hurricane season — when American citizens in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are still suffering from FEMA’s inadequate recovery efforts — the administration transferred millions of dollars away from FEMA,” Merkley said in a statement to HuffPost. “And for what? To implement their profoundly misguided ‘zero tolerance’ policy. It wasn’t enough to rip thousands of children out of the arms of their parents — the administration chose to partly pay for this horrific program by taking away from the ability to respond to damage from this year’s upcoming and potentially devastating hurricane season.” Hosts: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian Cast: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian *** The Largest Online News Show in the World. Hosted by Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian. LIVE STREAMING weekdays 6-8pm ET. http://www.tytnetwork.com/live Subscribe to The Young Turks on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theyoungturks Like The Young Turks on Facebook: http://facebook.com/theyoungturks Follow The Young Turks on Twitter: http://twitter.com/theyoungturks Buy TYT Merch: http://www.shoptyt.com Download audio and video of the full two hour show on-demand + the members-only post game show by becoming a member at http://www.tytnetwork.com/join/. Your membership supports the day to day operations and is vital for our continued success and growth. Young Turk (n), 1. Young progressive or insurgent member of an institution, movement, or political party. 2. A young person who rebels against authority or societal expectations.(American Heritage Dictionary) #TYT #TheYoungTurks #TYTnetwork
Views: 141061 The Young Turks
School Safety Video for School Lockdown Emergencies
School Safe helps keep students and staff safer in the event of a lockdown emergency. It is a simple device that installed on a classroom door allows the door to be quickly and easily secured from inside the classroom during a lockdown. In the event of a school lockdown most schools do not have the facility to lock a classroom door from inside the room. Typically, in an emergency situation, the teacher has to find their keys, go into the hall and lock the door, putting themselves and their students at risk of exposure, then come back into the room and shut the door locking themselves in. At the same time they have to get their students into a safe location in the room and cover any windows. This a lot of time and is potentially dangerous. School Safe minimizes the risk of exposure by allowing the door to be closed and locked at all times while still allowing ingress and egress without the need of a key. In an emergency simply pull School Safe down and the door latches. This takes only seconds and secures the room quickly and efficiently. School Safe is very affordable and easy to install by school maintenance or custodial staff. To learn more watch our ordering and installation videos on our web site. Web site for School Safe is globalinnovationsco.com Email: gloinnco@att.net schoolsafe@att.net
Views: 1040797 School Safe
Emergency Preparedness Week
Do you and your family know what to do in an emergency? Learn how to be prepared. ​
Views: 156 City of Calgary
City of Chicago Office of Emergency Management & Communications: Mass Evacuation
PSA video from City of Chicago OEMC instructions for complying with the city's plan within the city center/Loop in the event of a mass evacuation.
Views: 904 Ian Patrick
[328] Active Shooters and Emergency Action Plans with NikkiBurgett.com
Creating Security Cultures Not Just Policies Does your Emergency Action Plan (EAP) include Active Shooter Preparedness? Nikki Burgett joins me to discuss why your facility is vulnerable to OSHA violations. The General Duty Clause of 1970 was amended in 2011 to include “In a workplace where risk of violence and serious injury are significant enough to be ‘recognized hazards’, the General Duty Clause would require employers to take steps to minimize these hazards.” Recent court rulings, relative to liability lawsuits, have shown active shooter scenarios are now considered a ‘recognized hazard’ to employees. In a 2013 court decision, the court found fault with the employer (Accent Signage) for negligence and failing to train their employees for an active shooter event which killed 5, including the owner. They were forced to settled 2 lawsuits. Mjolnir Consulting & Tactics understands that companies have a legal and moral responsibility to prepare their employees for any and all forms of workplace violence; in particular, Active Shooter. It is our goal to embed security into your company culture. We work with key individuals within your organization to plan, write and drill your Emergency Action Plan. One that works with your culture, your facility layout and within your particular industry. We will also review an existing EAP to ensure compliance for all contingencies of accidental or force of nature. Visit www.MjolnirCT.com for more info.
Views: 297 Security Guy Radio
Operation Good Neighbour - Regional Emergency Management Plan - Red Deer County - June 2017
www.rdcounty.ca There was a flurry of activity at the Innisfail Fire Hall as Regional Emergency Management Partners were put to the test in “Operation Good Neighbour”. A mock tornado training scenario prepared the region’s emergency management and protective services teams with a valuable experience-building opportunity. “Operation Good Neighbour” allowed the recently assembled Regional Emergency Management Team to activate an Emergency Coordination Centre and a remote Incident Command Post. The team managed a number of major mock emergency scenarios including collapsed buildings, electrical fires, gas leaks, power outages, significant injuries, and communications difficulties, and also activated a Reception Centre for displaced residents. As would be the case in an actual disaster, many partners were involved, including Emergency Management team members from Central Alberta partner municipalities, as well as the RCMP, and Alberta Health Services. Alberta Emergency Management Agency representatives oversaw the exercise and provided insight. Local media and volunteers also participated and helped make this exercise a valuable training opportunity. Red Deer County Council approved a recommendation on May 9, 2017 for Red Deer County to participate in, and be managing partner of, a Regional Emergency Management Plan along with Delburne, Elnora, Bowden, Innisfail, Penhold, and Sylvan Lake. “Operation Good Neighbour” served as the first training opportunity to test response and management elements of this regional plan.
Views: 252 RDCounty
ERT Training
A look at joint crowd control training conducted by the Aurora Police Department Emergency Response Team and the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Police Department. The Emergency Response Team (ERT) is made up of 60 officers and sergeants who take on extra responsibilities in addition to their normal duties. ERT members are specially trained in a variety of skills to handle events that exceed the normal capacity of the Department, such as crowd control in riots or large protests, weapons of mass destruction response, and searching for people or evidence in a large crime scene.
Views: 1696 Aurora Police
Two Things MGH Emergency Preparedness
Bonnie Michelman (L), Paul Biddinger, MD (C), and Tom Lynch (R) discuss MGH emergency preparedness.
Views: 156 MGPO Online
Public lecture video (2.17.2012): Planning and Preparing for the Local-Level Disaster Response
When disaster strikes, the first responders are local...local officials, local police & fire departments, local doctors and nurses, local businesses, local volunteers. How can these people prepare for the disaster that might someday strike their community? Based on his 28 years of experience working on Crisis Management for FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), where he helped to plan for and respond to disasters such as earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, and terrorist incidents, Leo Bosner will offer a lecture on how local communities can strengthen their ability to respond quickly and effectively to the large disaster. Topics covered will include: • Why local planning is important. • The essential concept of the All-Hazards Disaster Response Plan. • A typical format for a disaster response plan. • How to create the disaster response plan. • The disaster response exercise.
Active Shooter Drill - Memorial Regional Hospital
HOLLYWOOD, FL - Memorial Regional Hospital’s Trauma Center set the stage for a drill involving an active shooter scenario on Thursday September 1. The hospital simulated an incoming call via med-com from Broward County 911 dispatch describing a post active shooter event in which 25 victims shot with a large caliber rifle were in need of immediate stabilization and transport to the nearest Level-I Trauma Center – Memorial Regional Hospital Trauma Center. Within minutes first responders from Hollywood, Hallandale, Broward Sherriff’s Office, Miramar and Davie brought the injured victims to the emergency room where trauma physicians, surgeons, nurses focused on the aftermath and treatment of patients. As part of the drill, family reunification procedures at the hospital also took place. The drill served as a learning environment allowing emergency agencies the ability to activate emergency response plans, policies and procedures and work collaboratively. Memorial Healthcare System is one of the largest public healthcare systems in the country. It is a national leader in quality care and patient satisfaction and is ranked on Modern Healthcare magazine’s list of Best Places to Work in Healthcare. Its facilities include Memorial Regional Hospital, Memorial Regional Hospital South, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Memorial Hospital West, Memorial Hospital Miramar, Memorial Hospital Pembroke and Memorial Manor nursing home. For more information, visit mhs.net.
RUN. HIDE. FIGHT.® Surviving an Active Shooter Event - English
Surviving an active shooter event. English version. Video Copyright © 2012 City of Houston.
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Samford University Emergency Response Training exercise
From Samford: On Tuesday, April 3, at approximately 12 p.m. CDT, Samford University, in cooperation with local law enforcement and emergency management agencies, began an emergency response training exercise on a part of the university campus.
Views: 51 Alabamas13
What Should Be In An Emergency Plan?
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Science Career: Emergency Management Specialists
Overview of Emergency Management Specialists careers from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development. For use in Science Buddies Career Profiles. http://tinyurl.com/y8s5opp
Views: 1550 ScienceBuddiesTV
Collegewide meeting on Emergency Preparedness
President Meghan Hughes, Chief of Staff Alix Ogden, and Captain Sean Collins from College Police discuss emergency preparedness at CCRI in an open forum at the Knight Campus in Warwick.
Be Prepared: Darien Responders Panel and Q&A
On Thursday, September 21, 2017, a panel of nine first responders, and other Darien officials answered questions. Darien’s Emergency Responders, including the Deputy Fire Marshall, Darien Police Department, and more for a brief talk on Darien’s Emergency Preparedness Plan. Bring any questions you may have for an interactive Q&A session. Panelists: Mark P. McEwan, Darien Deputy Fire Marshall Bob Buch, Darien Fire Marshal Robert Shreders, Lieutenant Darien Police Department David Knauf, Darien Director of Health Jayme Stevenson, Darien First Selectman Ali Ramsteck, Darien Director of Human Services Hayden Edwards, President of Post 53 Nancy Herling, Director of Post 53 Alan Kirk Gray, Darien Library Director
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Council on Foreign Relations Policy Symposium: "Making New York Safer" Session 2: Assessing New York
ORIGINALLY RECORDED September 8, 2006 Watch experts assess New York's emergency preparedness for future attacks, and potential scenarios for the immediate aftermath of an attack. SPEAKERS: Kelly McKinney, Deputy Commissioner for Planning and Preparedness, New York City Office of Emergency Management Joseph W. Pfeifer, Chief, Counterterrorism and Emergency Preparedness, New York City Fire Department Isaac B. Weisfuse, Deputy Commissioner, New York City Department Of Health and Mental Hygiene PRESIDER: Linda J. Vester, Anchor, Fox News Channel http://www.cfr.org/united-states/council-foreign-relations-policy-symposium-making-new-york-safer-session-2-assessing-new-yorks-emergency-preparedness/p11440
Building and Office Evacuation Training Video - Safetycare Workplace Fire Safety
There are many reasons why a building, or a group of buildings may need to be evacuated including: • Fires • Chemical Spills • Toxic or Explosive Gas Releases, • Explosions • Violent Behaviour, and • Bomb Threats. The larger the building, the more organisation is required to ensure everyone is evacuated effectively and as safely as possible. But regardless of the size or type of building or buildings, or number of employees, every organisation should have a tried and tested evacuation plan. This program covers: • The Evacuation Plan • The Evacuation Team • The Chief Warden • Your Responsibility • Training and Practice Every Building must have a tried and tested evacuation plan, and everyone must be familiar with it, and know their role.
Views: 293936 Safetycare
School Emergency Preparation PR Video
The St. Louis Public Schools, having just received a grant to enhance their emergency response program, needed a way to communicate to the public the new programs and alert them to procedures in the case of an emergency.
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Proactive School Security & Emergency Preparedness Briefing
Presentation by Kenneth Trump at the 2013 CSG National Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. Since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., Dec. 14, 2012, many state policymakers have asked critical questions about school safety and violence prevention. States convened task forces and debated various policy issues to keep students safe during the 2013 legislative sessions. This session focused on evidence-based public policy reform in mental health, education and emergency response as a way to address these critical issues. Agenda topics included mental health issues such as screening, early diagnosis and treatment, and violence prevention in schools.
Views: 325 CSGovts
Framework for Disaster Preparedness
It's great to have a Disaster Preparedness Kit, but that's only part of the story. Watch this video to see what else you need to consider when preparing. Visit www.theurbanprepperwny.com for more information. Also follow us on facebook.
Views: 77 WNY Prepper
Sarokaar - Natural Disaster Vs Man-made Disaster
When the very severe cyclone Phailin hit the coastal area in Odisha, the centre and state agencies displayed exemplary preparedness and evacuated about a million people safely. On another occasion in Ratangarh, MP, the administrative negligence led to the death of 115 lives. Was the Ratangarh temple mishap just a disaster or an absolute failure of crowd management and administrative preparedness? Watch this episode of Sarokaar with eminent panellists on the same. Guests: Nalin Kohli (Leader, BJP) ; Satyavrat Chaturvedi (MP, Rajya Sabha, Congress) ; Prof. Pushpesh K Pant (Author and Political Analyst) ; Vibhuti Narain Rai (Former Director General of Police ,Uttar Pradesh) ; Dr. M Mahapatra (Head, Cyclone Warning Division, IMD) Anchor: Amrita Rai
Views: 4464 Rajya Sabha TV
Operation Listo Audiovisual Presentation
Listo or Operation Listo is a disaster preparedness program of the DILG mainly focused on typhoons. It seeks to highlight the importance of preparing for calamities. Developed by the Local Government Academy (LGA), it focuses its attention on empowering mayors, MLGOOs, Chiefs of Police and Fire Marshals for them to be informed on what minimum disaster preparedness actions they should undertake in times of typhoons through the release of the three (3) LGU Disaster Preparedness Manuals, to wit: 1. Checklist of Minimum Critical Preparations for Mayors; 2.Checklist of Early Preparation for Mayors; and 3. Checklist for MLGOOs, Chiefs of Police and Fire Marshals.
Being Prepared for Disasters and Emergencies
[If you use a screen reader and need to access the caption file transcript, go to "More..." and click on "Transcript"] Recent hurricanes have been devastating for many people leading to loss of lives and homes. Everyone should take these hurricanes and other disasters very seriously. It is important to be prepared. Part of being prepared is knowing what to expect and where to get information when disasters and emergencies happen. This is especially important for deaf and hard of hearing people. The NAD has a Public Policy Committee which has an Emergency Management Expert Group, and this expert group is led by Neil McDevitt. This video by Neil McDevitt explains the steps necessary to advocate for access for deaf and hard of hearing people, and what deaf and hard of hearing people need to do to be prepared. Please watch this important video and be ready for upcoming weather conditions. Emergency Management position paper: https://www.nad.org/about-us/position-statements/position-statement-on-accessible-emergency-management-for-deaf-and-hard-of-hearing-people/ VIDEO DESC & TRANSCRIPT: Neil McDevitt is standing in front of a white wall. The NAD logo appears on bottom right corner as a watermark. NEIL: Hi, my name is Neil McDevitt and I am the Chair of the National Association of the Deaf’s Expert Group focusing on Emergency Management. Our group has been watching Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. We’ve noticed many towns, cities, counties, and states are using ASL interpreters for their press conferences and briefings. This is wonderful news! At the same time, we also notice some communities have not made those arrangements. The NAD asks our state and local partners to continue their advocacy efforts pushing for access for press conferences and public information briefings to make sure they provide ASL Interpreters and/or Certified Deaf Interpreters (CDI) and are captioned. We also want encourage our partners to continue advocating for accessible notification systems. While most communities today have some type of text notification system, some are still lacking. If your area hasn’t created an accessible notification system, use the experiences from Hurricane Harvey and Irma to continue that advocacy. We also want to make sure our partners continue advocating for accessible disaster evacuation shelters as well as disaster recovery centers. We know that FEMA and their partners are working hard to make sure their Disaster Recovery Centers are accessible. It is more challenging to ensure shelters are accessible. Often, they are set up in buildings that are not accessible to people with various disabilities. Our advocacy efforts today will ensure future disaster response and recovery efforts are successful. Today is Thursday and Hurricane Irma is forecast to hit Florida in the next few days. We want to make sure people understand their responsibilities for personal preparedness. The needs of deaf and hard of hearing people are essentially the same as hearing people. We all need water, we all need food and other things. However, deaf and hard of hearing people need to add some extra considerations to their planning. - Power for your communication devices. Most of us have mobile phones to send and receive information. Make sure your device is fully charged and you have extra power supplies to charge your phone. - When you make a plan, tell your friends, family and loved ones what your plan is. When a disaster strikes, people don’t know where to start looking. For more information on setting up your family emergency plan, check out www.ready.gov. - Listen carefully to your local emergency management officials. They often know best what’s happening in the area. If they ask people to evacuate, please do so. If they ask people to stay in place, please stay where you are, if it is safe to do so. They often have specific reasons for asking. - One big thing we noticed during Hurricane Harvey was the use of Social Media. People were using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram to let people know they were safe or if they needed help. That really seemed to help focus community efforts. Please use these tools to maintain contact with your community. Finally, we want to encourage everyone to visit the NAD’s website and check out our position paper on Emergency Management. The paper has information on how to advocate for better access in emergency situations. We encourage everyone to be safe and to be aware. Thank you. Video fades to a soft white background with several different font types showing “NAD” very quickly. Copyright video ends with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) logo centered. Blue text below the logo appears, “A production of the National Association of the Deaf (copyright) 2017 All Rights Reserved”.
Views: 508 NADvlogs
PVP EPREP Expo: Los Angeles County Disaster Communications Service
Palos Verdes Peninsula Emergency Preparedness Expo: The Los Angeles County Disaster Communications Service Video by Wendy C. Khoo http://GardenaDCS.com
Views: 52 Stuart Gorsky
Emergency Response Team
The SCSO Emergency Response Team (ERT) responds to large-scale emergencies and critical incidents and are always on call. In this behind the scenes video we take you on another one of their assignments, a grid search, which might be conducted to locate missing persons or evidence. Due to the terrain involved on this occasion, multiple agencies assisted with their specialized vehicles.
Views: 798 SarasotaSheriff
Chicago Park District Crisis Management  Policy
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Innovations in Emergency Management: Making Governments Flexible and Responsive
In the wake of national and international disasters like the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the 2004 Tsunami, emergency management strategies that minimize loss of life and restore service delivery quickly are at a premium. Governments must have flexible policies in place to meet the particular human, social, and financial challenges of unexpected and catastrophic events. The participants in this panel analyzed their emergency management experiences to develop procedures for creating disaster policy and for collaborating with citizens once a disaster has occurred. * Professor Arnold M. Howitt, Harvard Kennedy School * Mr. Mihir Bhatt, Honorary Director of All India Disaster Mitigation Institute, India * Mr. James Schwartz, Fire Chief of Arlington, Virginia, USA * Professor Lan Xue, Executive Associate Dean of School of Public Policy and Management at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China
Views: 835 Harvard Ash Center