Hygiene Drive Donation for Epicenter in Salinas, CA
Posted: Sep 05, 2019
Posted: Sep 05, 2019
Posted: Aug 31, 2019
Venue: Builders’s Exchange of Santa Clara.
To register, click here. No charge. Attendance will be limited.
Reservation deadline is September 9 at 5:00 p.m.
The presentation will explain steps to take to prepare for an earthquake and what to do before during and after.
Bill O’Callahan has over 25 years experience working for disaster services and emergency response and training. Hwhas worked at the American Red Cross Disaster Services, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services , PG&E and presently a volunteer at the American Red Cross. He has provided disaster response, victim services and training for numerous major disasters in Northern California including: floods and mudslides in 1982, 1984, 1987, 1991’s Oakland Hills Firestorm, and 1992’s Hurricane Andrew. He also responded to several earthquakes: 1985’s Coalinga Earthquake, 1987’s Whittier Narrows Earthquake, 1989’s Loma Prieta Earthquake and 1994’s North Ridge Earthquake. When he worked at San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services, he focused on emergency management, planning, training and response for numerous local events, fires, hazmat incidents and the 2010’s San Bruno Pipeline Explosion. As part of Pacific Gas and Electric, he was the Gas Emergency Preparedness Coordinator and focused on planning, training, exercise and response duties. He responded to numerous gas emergency events including 2014’s Napa Earthquake. From 2017 to present, he is a Red Cross volunteer in San Mateo County and is focused on Emergency Preparedness Training and Government Liaison. He has responded to 2017’s Hurricane Irma and 2018’s Paradise Fire 2018.
Posted: Aug 27, 2019
Overview: November 12, 2019 – WISE Technical Talk
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The ASSP GSJC Hot Topic for November is Emergency Preparedness and Response. How well do you perform under pressure?
Many Occupational, Health and Safety professional go an entire career without any natural disasters or life-threatening events.
Our goal is to show you how to respond to emergencies even when “other circumstances” demand your immediate attention.
How to think clearly and how to handle the seat of responsibility. The Hot Seat.
DISCLAIMER: This technical talk has the premise of having special guests interviewed by a host while consuming a selection of increasingly spicy foods live in front of luncheon attendees
Greater San Jose ChapterWISE is hosting an interactive technical panel on Emergency Response while under pressure. We will learn from the experts on how they address emergencies. Our panelists are: