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Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness

Training

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Corporate Emergency Preparedness: Protecting Your Own

Conference date:

May 16-17, 2005

Conference presented by:

Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness

Speakers

Caye Ciabattoni
Manager, Safety Service
Health and Safety Services, MBNA

Robert Harmon, MD, MPH, FACPM
Chief Medical Officer
Ingenix Center for Health Care Policy and Evaluation

Laurel Ryan
FEMA/DHS Region III

Thomas Burke, PhD, MPH
Co-Director, Risk Sciences and Public Policy Institute
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Gregg Beatty
President, embc (Emergency Management Business Continuity) 

Content

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Topic 1: Corporate Emergency Preparedness: Protecting Your Own

  • Part 1: Corporate Lessons after 9/11, Anthrax, and Other Disasters (Ciabattoni)
  • Part 2: Corporate Preparedness: Filling Gaps in the Emergency Response Infrastructure (Harmon)
  • Part 3: Natural Disasters and Corporate Preparedness (Ryan)
  • Part 4: Risk Assessment and Corporate Readiness (Burke)
  • Part 5: Decision Making in Emergencies: A Corporate Perspective or Who Really Is in Charge? (Beatty)
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