Emergency management is a dynamic process. Planning, though critical, is not the only component. Training, conducting exercises, testing equipment, and coordinating activities with university faculty, staff and students and the local community are other equally important functions.
The fundamental goal of our University Emergency Management Program (EMP) is to create and maintain an effective university organization to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from major threats to lives, critical operations and property. A fundamental assumption of our Emergency Management Program is that plans alone are not effective unless they are supported by people and a process brought together by good management skill sets. An established Public-Private partnership in planning philosophy is equally important.
Our Training Program encompasses mandatory training events for members of the University Emergency Response Organization and optional events for all university students, faculty and staff. We offer numerous courses / classes throughout the year and are available to teach specialized classes or facilitate exercises for groups.
For training requests, please send an email to email@example.com that includes your contact information, topic and purpose of training and number of participants.
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