Emergency Services

  Posted on: Monday, July 22, 2019
How States Are Changing the Face of Emergency Management
HSToday.us, by: Staff, July 16, 2019
Every disaster or emergency presents a challenge to emergency managers – what resources to commit, who is needed to respond, when to pull what levers for support, where to put people, and how to recover. Lessons from past events inform how we respond to future emergencies but are only part of the equation.

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