- News & Events
The Wall Street Journal today noted that there is a fight brewing in Washington, DC over who should be responsible for regulating facilities that store flammable or toxic chemicals. The April 17th blast at the West Fertilizer plant left 14 dead. As the probe into the cause entered it’s 14th day the WSJ noted that
I usually don’t tell a lot of people that I am a CPA, but it has helped lately in a few meetings with some members of the finance teams with a few of our prospects and customers. One advantage of being a CPA is that I get a “free” subscription to the “Journal of Accountancy”.
We had a very successful Webinar last week at EVI with the help of our GSA Schedule Partner Carahsoft. The turnout exceeded our expectations and most States along the East Coast were well represented. A few outliers showed up from some of our Mid-West Emergency Management professionals, but the
overall numbers clearly favored
Today is the anniversary of the devastating 7.8 magnitude Earthquake that struck San Francisco. That quake was one of the three largest disasters in U.S. history where the 1 minute long seismic event and subsequent fires destroyed literally 80% of the city.
Pakistan just experienced a 7.8 of its own, and today the country is
Since I have joined the Disaster Resource Management field I have a new appreciation for reading the newspaper. I like to read at least 3 papers a day and a few weeks ago I saved an article that is worth blogging about. The headlines in the article dated April 9th in the Atlanta Journal Constitution
Exxon Mobil had a recent pipeline spill in Arkansas and it appears that their corporate reputation (and stock price) has been unharmed in any major way. Jonathan Baskin, Managing Director of Consensiv LLC, wrote an interesting blog on the subject and I will try to connect his findings to what we try to offer and
An EF3 Tornado in Georgia in January, followed by snow in Atlanta on March 25th. Superstorm Sandy makes landfall and 8 days later, it snows. No one can deny that the weather over the last six months has been truly bizarre. And here we are with April on our doorstep, and people across the U.S.
I recently watched an interview with Ken Stern, former CEO of NPR and author of “With Charity For All: Why Charities Are Failing and a Better Way to Give”. The numbers he quoted in the interview were quite profound as U.S. charities take in $1.5 trillion every year in revenue. He also noted that they
This is the last blog in a series of three posts regarding Presidential Policy Directive 21, that was issued February 12, 2013. My first blog focused on what the directive meant and who it impacted. The
second focused on the imperatives and dates outlined in the blog. This final post focuses on the Critical
Last week I started my blog series on the Presidential Policy Directive 21 with an overview of the Directive and the policy impacts for those in Emergency Management. This week, I focus on the three Strategic Imperatives set out in the Directive. The imperatives will be rolled out over the next 2 years and hopefully
News & Events
- How You Can Help Oklahoma Tornado Victims
- Emergency Visions is Exhibiting at the International Disaster Conference and Exposition in New Orleans from January 8-10th 2013
- Emergency Visions Attends 22nd CLEAN GULF Conference
- Emergency Visions is Exhibiting at the Miami All Hazards-All Stakeholders Summit 2012
- Sandy Could be an Unprecedented Storm