Emergency Management/Fire Safety
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
State Fire Marshall Update (Basic) Kevin Sehlmeyer, State Fire Marshal, State of Michigan, Bureau of Fire Service.
Come meet the State Fire Marshall, Kevin Sehlmeyer, and understand the priorities of the Bureau of Fire Services.
Laboratory Safety (Basic) Judith Wheeler, Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak.
This session will provide an overview of the various laboratory standards to make a safer workplace.
Surviving a Fire Inspection (Basic) Rick Boisvert, Fire Marshal, Brighton Area Fire Authority.
Learn about common and special hazards to help you prepare for a fire inspection.
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (Basic) Michael Kuzila, Emergency Management Coordinator, Oakland County Homeland Security.
This session will provide participants with current U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) guidance and tips from trained emergency response professionals. This program includes the latest research from Texas State University/Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training program. The focus of this training is to increase citizen awareness and survival skills.
Emergency Management – Response Plan Basics (Basic) Rick Bearden, MEP, MPA, Rick Bearden and Associates, LLC.
This session will discuss the basics on having an individual site plan: what’s needed and who should be in the know in the area.
Mass Casualty Contamination, an Effective Emergency Department Response (Advanced) Rick Bearden, MEP, MPA, Rick Bearden and Associates, LLC.
This session will discuss providing economical strategies for decreasing time from patient arrival to life saving treatment.
Managing Assaultive/Threatening Behavior – A Tabletop Exercise (Basic-Advanced) Brit Weber, Security Consultant.
Participants will be guided through a workplace violence scenario that reflects the challenges, issues, viewpoints and solutions in preparing for, responding to and recovering from the devastating impacts of threatening, assaultive and violent behavior in the workplace.
Effectively Using Social Media in Emergency Situations (Basic) Don McLean, MBA, Managing Supervisor, FleishmanHillard.
Social Media and digital technologies are constantly changing and how they are used is evolving. This presentation will explore how social media is effectively used in emergency situations across the globe, including ways that organizations can adopt usage internally.
Division Co-Chair: Mark Jones, CIH, CSP, Ford Motor Company
Division Co-Chair: Paul DeNapoli
John Bennett, Hospital Network Ventures, LLC
Heather Casey, Jane Doe Investigations
John Cieslik, City of Rochester Fire Department
Will Hayes, University of Michigan
Brian Kahn, City of Livonia
Maria Kinsler, Henry Ford Health System
Rick Mahaney, PEM, Mahaney Loss Control Services
Judith Wheeler, MSSM, CHSP, Beaumont Health
Mingyu Wu, PhD, Assistant Professor, Grand Valley State University