Cleveland State University presents the fifth annual conference on coping with disaster, “The Morning After,” which will outline how communities and businesses can recover from a major catastrophic event.
Joseph E. Cole Center, Cleveland State University
3100 Chester Avenue
Wednesday, April 2 from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
This conference will address a variety of recovery topics that are important to the private and public sectors. It will present lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina, crisis communication, security, critical incident stress management, reimbursement strategies and victim relocation.
The conference will feature Sheridan “Butch” Truesdale, Senior Mitigation Planner with Palm Beach County Division of Emergency Measurement. He utilizes the crisis plan in West Palm Beach that the Government Accountability Office, GAO, wants to apply nationally.
Bruce M. Hennes, Managing Partner of Hennes Communications
Art Sharpe, Director, Office of Emergency Planning and Response, Mississippi Department of Public Health
Peter Sklannik, Wilbur Smith Associates
The conference is presented by the Center for Health Affairs and Cleveland State University’s Division o Continuing Education and is open to the community with a fee of $30 per person. The conference includes a continental breakfast, lunch, materials and valet parking. Professional contact hours and CEUs are available under course number HAZH 553201, section 2800. For more information, please go online at www.csuohio.edu/ce.
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