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The Current of Emergency Management is co-hosted by two fulltime Emergency Management Coordinators who are not only colleagues but good friends. Their hope is to talk about issues facing Emergency Managers today and discuss real world solutions, best practices, and creative ways they have been able to solve problems.
 
Global perspectives and conversations about international crisis, preparedness, and how to build more resilient societies in a challenging and ever-changing world. Overview If anything at all, the last two years have shown us that are truly living in and subject to what is happening in our global society. As the world moves to reduce risk to global threats, we need to recognize the vulnerabilities, connectivity, and perspectives that drive instability. Just how vulnerable are we to the chang ...
 
Emergency management is a growing discipline as our world has become increasingly more complex, interconnected, and vulnerable to hazards both natural and human caused. The role of the emergency manager, including leaders in public safety, has expanded and become more vital to cities, counties, states, and large organizations, and much of this work can be contained and effectively managed within projects, be they longer term plans, disaster recovery, mitigation measures or short-term emergen ...
 
The Emergency Management Australia Podcast is brought to you by the Australian Government Attorney-General's Department. The podcast covers the latest issues in emergency management from dealing with bushfires, cyclones, earthquakes and tsunamis, to complex policy development or program delivery issues. We'll speak to everyone from the Federal Minister to the volunteer at the end of the fire hose.
 
In this podcast series, Joseph Guarisco, MD FAAEM, and Tom Scaletta, MD FAAEM, discuss operations management issues for the emergency physician. Dr. Guarisco is the chair of the Operations Management Committee of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) and Dr. Scaletta is past president of the organization. Join them each month as they discuss issues of importance to emergency physicians.
 
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If anything at all, the last two years have shown us that we are truly living in and subject to what is happening in our global society. As the world moves to reduce the risk of global threats, we need to recognize the vulnerabilities, connectivity, and perspectives that drive instability. Just how vulnerable are we to the changing international en…
 
In this episode, we discuss cognitive bias and how it could potentially affect your job as an Emergency Manager. Specifically, we spend the majority of the episode discussing 'deformation professionnelle,' translated to mean, professional deformation. We also touch on other cognitive biases and their potential impact on Emergency Managers. Support …
 
Medial Intelligence and Crisis Management with James Wilson Crisis. Conflict. Emergency Management Podcast Global perspectives and conversations about international crisis, preparedness, and how to build more resilient societies in a challenging and ever-changing world. As the world moves to reduce risk to global threats, we need to recognize the v…
 
This episode is the first in what will be a several episode series where we discuss Burnout in the Emergency Management Profession and the factors that lead to it. Our discussions include why we think burnout exist and why it's an issue. Support the show (https://cash.app/$cempodcast)Door Cody Powell and Dr. Maribel Martinez-Mejia
 
Climate, Security, Conflict, and Resilience with Josh Bowen Crisis. Conflict. Emergency Management Podcast Global perspectives and conversations about international crisis, preparedness, and how to build more resilient societies in a challenging and ever-changing world. As the world moves to reduce risk to global threats, we need to recognize the v…
 
In this episode we discuss how national and global events can have an effect on local Emergency Managers. The two main current events we discuss are the current conflict occurring between Russia and Ukraine as well as the trucker convoy that is taking place in the US. This topic presented the opportunity to first speak about how the podcast got its…
 
Emergency Planning and Recovery from Disaster with Prof. Lucy Easthope Crisis. Conflict. Emergency Management Podcast Global perspectives and conversations about international crisis, preparedness, and how to build more resilient societies in a challenging and ever-changing world. As the world moves to reduce risk to global threats, we need to reco…
 
This episode was recorded from San Marcos Texas at the Emergency Management Association of Texas (EMAT) Leadership Symposium. We had the opportunity to interview Melanie Bartis; Senior Planner with Innovative Emergency Management (IEM) to discuss the benefits of using an outside contractor to assist with After Action Reviews, Continuity Planning, a…
 
In this episode we discuss the future of the Emergency Operations Center. As Covid pushed us towards a more virtual environment, what lessons did we learn that will be useful into the future? We also discuss technology that was helpful and we will continue to use moving forward. Support the show (https://cash.app/$cempodcast)…
 
Crisis. Conflict. Emergency Management Podcast Global perspectives and conversations about international crises, preparedness, and how to build more resilient societies in a challenging and ever-changing world. Overview If anything at all, the last two years have shown us that we are truly living in and subject to what is happening in our global so…
 
I spoke with Vincent B. Davis, Founder of Preparedness Matters Consulting and serves as Director of Disaster Services for Feeding America. Prior to joining Feeding America in January 2020, he served as workplace resiliency manager at Amazon, where he developed disaster frameworks to support the company’s 175 corporate offices. Before joining Amazon…
 
I spoke with Todd De Voe, an emergency management educator and the host of EM Weekly, Business Continuity Today, Natural Disaster & Emergency Management Expo’s Prepare, Respond, Recover Show and is also the Produce the EM Student's Show. Todd's involvement in Emergency Response, Emergency Management, Education, and Volunteer Management started when…
 
This episode features Celia Seigerman-Levit, VP Risk Mgt., Olive Tree Holdings. Prior to Olive Tree Holdings, Celia was the Director of Risk Management at Sotheby's, Yeshiva University, and at the Related Companies, and lead the risk management consulting practice at Alliant Insurance Services, a large National Insurance Broker where her team provi…
 
In episode 13, we talked with Alexander Grijalva, who is an adjunct professor at New York City College of Technology, and owner of Security Hourglass, a cyber risk management consulting company. He is also the Chief Information Security Officer at VillageCare, a community healthcare provider, in New York City.His 30-year cybersecurity career has co…
 
This podcast episode is a re-edited version of a conversation I had with Steve Gutkin, currently Senior Vice President of Global Crisis Management & Business Continuity at NBCUniversal Media. Steve was formerly the Acting Director of the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness. Prior to serving in that role, he was Deputy Director i…
 
I spoke with Jeff Schlegelmilch, a Research Scholar and the Director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University’s Earth Institute. In this role he oversees the operations and strategic planning for the center. Before becoming director, he served as the center's deputy director for more than five years. He also oversees …
 
This episode features Mark Chubb, Chief Resilience Officer for ManitouNW LLC and Senior Fire Analyst at CODE LLC Corp.This is an extract from the webinar From Surviving to Thriving: How to Manage Crises and Create a Resilient Organization. Marks speaks about the application of agile crisis management in Bangladesh following the Rana Plaza disaster …
 
I spoke with Dr. Daniel P. Aldrich who is a professor and director of the Security and Resilience Program at Northeastern University. He researches post-disaster recovery, countering violent extremism, the siting of controversial facilities and the interaction between civil society and the state. He has published five books, more than fifty peer re…
 
For the latest help with responding to COVID-19, catch us at www.pinnacleperformancemanagement.com Since many of my guests on the podcast are professionals in emergency management and business continuity and have been going at full steam in response to COVID-19, it has been difficult to schedule interviews lately, and, to be clear, I have been jamm…
 
Episode 7In this episode, the table is turned on me, and your regular host, Andrew Boyarsky, is interviewed by Katherine Boyarsky , the host’s niece who is a healthcare specialist (both bios below).In this episode we discuss how healthcare professionals and organizations need to prepare for handling COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, in their…
 
In this episode, we talk to Greg Leach. The interview was recorded in November 2019 just prior to Greg taking up his new post as Commissioner of Queensland Fire and Emergency Services. Greg has worked in emergency management for over 33 years. He commenced his career with the Country Fire Authority and then moved to Ambulance Victoria and most rece…
 
I spoke by phone with Mr. David Kang at FEMA’s headquarters in Washington, DC. David Kang currently serves as the Director for the Planning and Exercise Division, Response Directorate of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). In this role Mr. Kang oversees the development of the nation’s interagency and joint local, state and Federal respo…
 
In this episode of the Emergency Management Podcast, we interview Deputy Chief Officer David Baker from the Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES). The VICSES is the control agency for flood, storm, tsunami earthquake and landslide in Victoria (Australia). In this episode, we discuss: What do SES volunteers do? The volunteers at VICSES have a ra…
 
In this episode of the Emergency Management Podcast, we discuss burn injury prevention with Senior Station Officer Andrew Smith from the Country Fire Authority, located in Victoria, Australia. Here are some links that you might like to read for further information: The Royal Children’s Hospital – Guideline – Burns/management of burn wounds Trauma V…
 
What does the American Red Cross do with data? What does the American Red Cross do with data? The answer is plenty. Indeed, data driven decision making informs their entire approach to managing emergencies. In this episode, we talk with Senior Director of Business Infrastructure for the American Red Cross Brian Keenum, who recently provided the key…
 
Ken Brown (AFSM) is currently the Acting Deputy Chief Officer and Acting Executive Director Operational Preparedness with the Metropolitan Fire & Emergency Services Board (MFB) located in Victoria, Australia. His Command and Control experience is extensive and he is well known for creating mentoring opportunities for his personnel. Ken joined the M…
 
The Dukes relive a heroic day with Drs. Tricia Wachtendorf and James Kendra, authors of American Dunkirk: The Waterborne Evacuation of Manhattan on 9/11. From the first impact on the towers, boat captains came by the dozens to rescue hundreds of thousands of survivors in under nine hours. If you don't know this story, you should. Tricia and Jim use…
 
Mitch and Andrew swallow the red pill with Kathleen Tierney, the former head of the Natural Hazards Center, and learn how society creates disaster risk as well as how homeland security after 9/11 made things worse, not better. Plus, the best congressional testimony of all time (seriously) and how one stroke of a President's pen hurt the professiona…
 
Sponsored by the MS in ERM Program at Yeshiva University's Katz School: www.yu.edu/katz/programs/graduate/ms-riskIn episode 19 we spoke with Michael P. Dellova, MBA, Leader, Global Services & Solutions, Willis Towers Watson North America Corporate Risk & Broking, and is the Willis Towers Watson’s Multinational Practice Center of Excellence Leader. …
 
Sponsored by the MS in ERM Program at Yeshiva University's Katz School: www.yu.edu/katz/programs/graduate/ms-riskIn episode 18, we spoke once again with Kelly McKinney, Senior Director of Emergency Management & Enterprise Resilience at NYU Langone Medical Center in New York City. From 2013 to 2016, he was the Chief Disaster Officer at the American …
 
Helicopter firefighting at night Nighttime firebombing aircraft are only a recent addition to the tools available to firefighters in Victoria, Australia. In the past, firebombing aircraft in Australia only worked during daylight hours. However, in 2018, Emergency Management Victoria led Australia’s first trial in the use of firebombing aircraft to …
 
Sponsored by the MS in ERM Program at Yeshiva University's Katz School: www.yu.edu/katz/programs/graduate/ms-risk In episode 16, we spoke with Douglas Graham, CEO of Ideation Inc., a company that is building an Enterprise Resource Platform using blockchain for managing innovation in enterprises and funding early stage innovation. He is an author of…
 
Sponsored by the MS in ERM Program at Yeshiva University's Katz School: www.yu.edu/katz/programs/graduate/ms-risk In this episode we spoke with Alexandra (Alex) S. Glickman, Area Vice Chairman and Managing Director& Practice Leader in Real Estate & Hospitality Services at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. We spoke about her practice area, the current state…
 
Operations Manager Tony O’Day is head of the Country Fire Authority’s (CFA) Emergency Medical Response (EMR) and Wellbeing team. In this episode, Tony explains the role of EMR and the wellbeing programs that CFA has introduced to manage the health and well-being of first responders and other CFA members. Operations Manager Tony O’Day Tony has held …
 
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