Hurricane Sandy killed 285 and cost $175 billion. In the ensuing 170 days, we were struck by three more catastrophes that were never supposed to happen: the December 14th Sandy Hook slaughter of 26; the February 7-9 Winter Storm Nemo that dumped record amounts of snow and killed 26; and the April 15th Boston Marathon terrorist bombing that killed 5 and wounded 281.
While each was foreseeable, four catastrophes within 170 days challenged all of us responding to emergencies. It's time to take a collective deep breath and reflect on what it means. What are the lessons learned? What are the insights we should bring to our managements and personnel?
In this lively presentation by our expert speaker, Bo Mitchell, we will take a global view of these catastrophes and what they mean for our future. We'll look at the commonalities of our planning, response and resources. We'll also address the costs measured in time, money and management commitment, plus the emotional consequences for you and your people.
Who Should Attend
CEO, CFO, COO, CAO, Head of Security, Head of Safety, HR, Head of Facilities, Risk Management, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, all dealing with emergency management
Bo Mitchell CEM, CPP, CBCP, CHCM, CHSP, CHEP, CHS-V, CSSM, CSHM, CFC, CIPS, CSC, CAS, TFCT3, CERT, CMC
Bo Mitchell, President/Founder 911 Consulting, CEM, CPP, CBCP, CHCM, CHSP, CHEP, CHS-V, CSSM, CSHM, CFC, CIPS, CSC, CAS, TFCT3, CERT, CMC was Police Commissioner of Wilton, CT for 16 years. He retired in February 2001 to found 911 Consulting which creates emergency plans, training and exercises for organizations like G... More info