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Coordinating Emergency Response: Lessons from the 2017 Hurricane Season
with Richard Serino, former Deputy Administrator of FEMA

The 2017 hurricane season has set records for rainfall and sustained winds. Government agencies, private companies, healthcare organizations, and the general public each had a role to play in safety and recovery during these severe weather emergencies. Communication and coordination were the key to emergency response.

Join us on October 12, at 1:00 PM ET as Richard Serino presents Coordinating Emergency Response: Lessons from the 2017 Hurricane SeasonRichard is the former Deputy Administrator of FEMA and will cover the following:

  • Responses to Harvey, Irma, and other major incidents
  • How and why the responses worked
  • Challenges faced as the impacted areas move towards recovery

Following the webinar, you will have time to ask any question you may have to Richard during our robust Q&A session.

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October 12, 2017
1:00 PM ET
Richard Serino, former Deputy Administrator of FEMA

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