Robert Zappia, Emergency Manager at U.S. CG & Dr Craig Hansen Bachelor of Emergency Management

http://www.uard.university/aberrm Bachelor of Emergency Response & Risk Management Robert Zappia, Emergency Manager at U.S. Coast Guard MSU Duluth and Dr Craig Hansen discuss Emergency Management and Fire Safety in an international context. Robert shares his experiences in the USA, Italy and Japan as an emergency manager in both civilian, Navy and Coast Guard contexts, dealing with mudslides, aircraft collisions and how EM has changed in response to COVID19. Robert recommends that people considering emergency management volunteer, keep learning (for example with FEMA online courses) and ‘find your niche’ in EM so you can simply begin. You can connect with Robert on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-za… For more information about a Bachelor of Emergency Management see http://www.uard.university/aberrm Bachelor of Emergency Response & Risk Management #emergencyresponse #emergencymanagement #emergencypreparedness #hazmat

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