Webinar Series: Mass Casualty Impact & Recovery

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March 16, 2023
Private Sector Preparedness Response and Recovery (PSPR2) is holding a monthly seminar series titled, “Mass Casualty Impact and Recovery,” which examines how businesses can better prepare, respond and recover from active shooter and other mass casualty events.

Each 90-minute seminar will include subject matter experts from business and the government sharing critical infrastructure best practices, valuable lessons, and planning resources and tools to assist with mass casualty impact and recovery. This series is designed for companies and organizations interested in enhancing their knowledge and understanding of the impact and recovery of a mass casualty event.
Courses are not cumulative and may be taken individually. Each course counts toward continuing education with CEU credits.

This series is presented by G&H International, Inc., in partnership with Alaska Partnership for Infrastructure Protection, Albertsons Crisis and Business Continuity Management, American Red Cross, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Idaho Office of Emergency Management, New York State Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services, Oregon Department of Emergency Management and Washington Emergency Management Division.

When: Noon – 1 pm, the third Thursday of every month from March 16 - November 16, 2023

Venue: Virtual Microsoft Teams live (hosted on P4)

Registration: Register HERE

Session 1: Mar 16 Introduction to Recovering from a Mass Casualty Incident
Session 2: Apr 20 It’s a Crime Scene – Addressing Immediate Needs
Session 3: May 18 Setting Up Crisis Communications for Media Response
Session 4: June 15 When the Crime Tape Comes Down: Providing Immediate Crisis Support
Session 5: July 20 Reopening and Resuming Operations
Session 6: Aug 17 The Immediate Aftermath: What Short Term Recovery Looks Like
Session 7: Sept 21 Negotiating Mid to Long Term Recovery (NY)
Session 8: Oct 19 Post Incident Scams and Fraud
Session 9: Nov 16 Civil and Criminal Judicial Processes