University of Applied R&D’s Emergency Response and Risk Management Videocast #23 Francesca Battistin

In this episode of the University of Applied R&D’s Emergency Response and Risk Management Videocast #23, we speak with Francesca Battistin. Francesca is the Senior Cash & Market Adviser and Team Lead of Emergency Cash & Economic Programming, for Save the Children, UK. Francesca has travelled, studied and work globally, making a difference in theContinue reading “University of Applied R&D’s Emergency Response and Risk Management Videocast #23 Francesca Battistin”

OPITO Offshore Installation Management (OIM) with Wild Geese Group & UARD

OPITO Offshore Installation Management (OIM) with Wild Geese Group & UARD, now with a pathway into the Bachelor of Emergency Response & Risk Management, accredited in the United Kingdom with NOCN & ONE AWARDS. The OPITO Offshore Installation Management (OIM) with Wild Geese Group & UARD is fully approved by OPITO and part of the requirementsContinue reading “OPITO Offshore Installation Management (OIM) with Wild Geese Group & UARD”

OPITO Major Emergency Management – Initial Response (MEM-IR) with Wild Geese Group & UARD

OPITO Major Emergency Management – Initial Response (MEM-IR) delivered by Wild Geese Group & UARD OPITO Major Emergency Management – Initial Response (MEM-IR) delivered by Wild Geese Group, now with a pathway into the Bachelor of Emergency Response & Risk Management, accredited in the United Kingdom with NOCN & ONE AWARDS. The OPITO Major EmergencyContinue reading “OPITO Major Emergency Management – Initial Response (MEM-IR) with Wild Geese Group & UARD”

Emergency Preparedness: What We Learned from Specialist Paul Mikita

The University of Applied R&D Emergency Response and Risk Management had the opportunity to interview ERRM specialist Paul Mikita on their videocast. Paul is currently working at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in North Brunswick, New Jersey. In this article, we will be highlighting what we learned from the ERRM professional regarding his role andContinue reading “Emergency Preparedness: What We Learned from Specialist Paul Mikita”

An Interview with Emergency Operations Manager Tom Godfrey

Recently on our podcast, we were delighted to interview Emergency Operations Manager Tom Godfrey. Tom gave us an insight into his extensive career, experience, and the nature of his work. He discussed his thoughts on the current Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on the world. In this article, we will be highlighting what we learnedContinue reading “An Interview with Emergency Operations Manager Tom Godfrey”

Protect Your Community – A Teacher’s Toolkit

Younus Imam – Contributing Faculty MemberThe SALAM Project Why: Hate Crime against all religious communities is on the rise. Events such as the New Zealand shooting and the Sri Lanka bombings demonstrate a need to both reduce hate crime within communities and invest in security measures. These skillsets will translate into better emergency preparedness forContinue reading “Protect Your Community – A Teacher’s Toolkit”

Resiliency, Capacity Building, and Social Equity: What we learned from David Capelli & Carla Mays, Emergency Response & Rick Management Action Researchers.

On the Videocast of University of Applied Research & Development Emergency Response & Risk Management, David Capelli and Carla May were interviewed. Carla is the head of research and Co-founder of SmartCohort. David is a Co-founder of SmartCohort as well, chairman at Millennial Board Policy and currently working as a field researcher and handling capacityContinue reading “Resiliency, Capacity Building, and Social Equity: What we learned from David Capelli & Carla Mays, Emergency Response & Rick Management Action Researchers.”

Emergency Preparedness: What we learned from Specialist Alex Quintela, Fannie Mae

Recently on the Videocast of University of Applied Research & Development Emergency Response & Risk Management, we were glad to interview Alex Quintela, Emergency Preparedness Specialist. In this article we’ll be summarizing his take on emergency preparedness, role of technology and advice from professionals. Current Role Alex describes his current role as an emergency preparednessContinue reading “Emergency Preparedness: What we learned from Specialist Alex Quintela, Fannie Mae”

Recognizing Inequalities in Emergency Response

Social inequality creates a gap between the rich and poor bringing about injustice and unfairness. Social inequality does not seem to be reducing nor will it in the near future. A disaster opens up the extent of the disparity while intensifying it and making the vulnerable more affected. The same case applies to Emergency ResponseContinue reading “Recognizing Inequalities in Emergency Response”