- June 20, 2018
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Topic Corporate Responsibilities for Emergency Management and Preparedness
Determining a corporate approach for emergency events can be daunting. This discussion will outline emergency planning options and organizational tips, provide training suggestions, offer guidance for working with local authorities to maximize response efforts and looking to what may be a challenging future
Speaker Dan Hopwood, MPH. ARM, CSP, CBCP
Dan has both managed and owned risk consulting firms in addition to being an officer and manager for insurance companies and brokerages. Dan has specialized in the development of safety and risk management programs, and he created and managed the Occupational Safety and Health Management Certificate Program at San Diego State University College of Extended Studies. He holds a BS in health sciences/industrial safety and a master of public health (MPH) with a concentration in occupational health from San Diego State University.
He is a presenter on industry‐specific topics, and is the co‐author of “Workplace Safety: A Guide for Small and Mid-sized Companies” (Wiley Publications) In addition, Dan has authored three chapters in a variety of texts and an additional book on safety and health management (now out of print). Dan has experience guiding Employers in Emergency Preparedness, has taught courses on this topic along with being a Certified Business Continuity Professional. Dan Hopwood is also active in ASSP, recently serving has our past ASSE Region 1 Vice President.
Venue: American Red Cross