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What's involved in an emergency salvage test?

On 17 July, the Flying Collections Assistant was at Bilston Craft Gallery leading 2 emergency salvage workshops attended by managers, staff and volunteers from Wolverhampton Art Gallery and Bantock House, as well as Bilston. 743 more words

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WaterISAC to Host Two Webcasts to Help Utilities Reduce Cyber Risks to IT and Industrial Control Systems

WaterISAC is hosting two webcasts in July and August about cybersecurity best practices, services, and tools. These webcasts are open to members and non-members without charge. 312 more words

Resiliency

EPA WSD Creates Newsletter

Welcome to the first edition of “What’s Going On” from the EPA’s Water SecurityDivision. Please feel free to distribute these preparedness resources to your water… 134 more words
All Hazards

Are you ready to be ready?

7 May 2014

Have you got a plan for communicating with your staff, customers and other stakeholders when a natural disaster sends your business into a spin, a swamp or pile of ashes? 360 more words

The POETE Analysis - Emergency Planning and Beyond

POETE stands for Planning, Organizing, Equipping, Training, and Exercising. These are the five elements that each jurisdiction should be examining their own capabilities by. By examining their capabilities through each of these elements, a jurisdiction can better define their strengths and areas for improvement. 1,164 more words

Tim Riecker

Avoid a Fourth of July Nightmare

The national anthem’s reference to “the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air” is amplified during the Fourth of July festivities transforming it to a day when many pets are terrified or lost.  125 more words

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