This is an important time for EMS professionals to raise issues of concern, because legislators often do not understand myriad issues.
The pandemic has had major short- and long-term consequences for local towns. Listen to a town manager share his strategies about maintaining trust and keeping citizens informed.
EDM briefing for December 23, 2020: Four Colorado firefighters were injured after their truck rolled down a steep embankment and other news.
During the holidays, be appreciative and find ways to improve and organizations will thrive – no matter what happens during the pandemic.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for December 11, 2020: The FLA report has been released regarding three firefighters who survived shelter deployment during the Bridger Foothills Fire.
By Doug Bruce
There is still a lot of uncertainty around the 2020 presidential election. In light of potential social unrest, business continuity must be a high priority for every business leader. Here are tips to help ensure organizations, and its employees, are prepared for any event.
By Buster Nicholson
Because of the potential effects of a grand solar minimum, local and state municipalities should prepare for the possibility of agricultural and heating challenges during the next several decades.
By Joyce Holmes-Jordan
COVID-19 has put a spotlight on the vulnerability of older adults who often have chronic medical conditions and have become increasingly isolated during the pandemic. Learn how communities can implement models to reduce disparities and build stronger community resiliency to aid such vulnerable populations during a crisis.
By Rev. Peter Keady and Dr. Michael Pittaro
All departments should have a professionally trained and embedded chaplain to help support leaders in regards to the wellness of their staff. However, it’s critical that chaplains pursue specialized training so they can effectively understand and help first responders.