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Article Out Loud – Suburban Fire Operations: Five Lessons Learned

From small fire companies covering large areas of rural land to large fire departments covering highly populated urban cities suburban fire departments are tasked with a mixture of both One firefighter who has spent his career in a suburban fire department shares the five key lessons he has learned throughout

Article Out Loud – UTMB: From Disaster Planning to Long-Term Recovery

This 2010 article describes how the University of Texas Medical Branch UTMB used the lessons learned from Hurricanes Rita in 2005 and Ike in 2008 to develop an effective response and rebuilding plan that not only has been used by UTMB itself to cope with future disasters but also provides

Article Out Loud – Project Management Approach in Emergency Management

Each disaster a community faces must be effectively managed By viewing each crisis as a project and each emergency manager as a project manager communities will be better prepared to mitigate future threats manage special events and respond to emergencies and disasters Narrated by MacGregor Stephenson

Article Out Loud – Evacuation Planning: A Long, Long Way to Go

The laws are in place but are often unenforceable Transportation assets are available but are almost always overcommitted Clear mandates from local state and federal decision makers are obviously needed to restore order from the current chaos

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Article Out Loud – Suburban Fire Operations: Five Lessons Learned

From small fire companies covering large areas of rural land to large fire departments covering highly populated urban cities suburban fire departments are tasked with a mixture of both One firefighter who has spent his career in a suburban fire department shares the five key lessons he has learned throughout

Article Out Loud – UTMB: From Disaster Planning to Long-Term Recovery

This 2010 article describes how the University of Texas Medical Branch UTMB used the lessons learned from Hurricanes Rita in 2005 and Ike in 2008 to develop an effective response and rebuilding plan that not only has been used by UTMB itself to cope with future disasters but also provides

Article Out Loud – Project Management Approach in Emergency Management

Each disaster a community faces must be effectively managed By viewing each crisis as a project and each emergency manager as a project manager communities will be better prepared to mitigate future threats manage special events and respond to emergencies and disasters Narrated by MacGregor Stephenson

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