Preparedness Blog

    Client Services Diary: HERricane

    Popping my gum, pretending to be a bit more at ease than I was, I faced a room full of teenage girls. I was inappropriately dressed: spaghetti-strap cami with hot pink bra straps blaring from my shoulders, flip-flops on my feet, and hair haphazardly thrown into some sorry excuse for a bun on the top of my head. This is not a look I rock often – certainly never in a professional environment – but I was making a point.

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    Topics: Emergency Management

    How an EOC's IT Staff can Better Prepare for an Activation

    My journey with WebEOC began 8 years ago when I accepted a job working for the Technical Support Department. During that time, I worked on many boards and problem solving techniques that helped me look “outside of the box” when troubleshooting issues clients faced.

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    Topics: Emergency Management, WebEOC

    Does Your Department of Transportation Incident Management Tool Have These Five Important Features?

    Topics: Emergency Management, Transportation

    What is Driving Incident Management Technology for Departments of Transportation (DOT’s)?

    Topics: Emergency Management, Transportation

    WebEOC’s Five Add-ons Categories to Improve Your Agency’s Emergency Management Program

    Topics: Emergency Management, WebEOC

    Five Lessons Learned From Our First Infectious Disease Incident

    Topics: Hospital Management

    Children and Disasters: The Current State of Policy and Preparedness

    Topics: Emergency Management

    Are You and Your Family Prepared to Survive for 72 Hours?

    Topics: Emergency Management

    The Future (might be more) Female: Gender Trends in Emergency Management

    Topics: Emergency Management

    Five Must Haves for Your University’s Emergency Management Website

    Topics: Education