Dates: April 28-30, 2014
Location: New Orleans, LA
The 2014 Continuity Insights Management Conference will be held on April 28-30, 2014 at the Sheraton New Orleans in New Orleans, LA.
The Continuity Insights Management Conference is the premiere event for strategic business continuity discussion, offering unmatched opportunities to learn from and network with those responsible for the integrity, availability, resilience and security of their organizations.
Continuity The conference comprises three days of comprehensive educational programming, numerous networking opportunities, a review of the latest technologies and practices, additional certification and post-conference workshops, and much more. It is truly the industry’s leading event for experienced business continuity professionals.
SDMI is also a sponsor of the Small-to-Midsized Business Continuity Workshop on Wednesday, April 30th (to be held concurrent with the Continuity Insights Management Conference). The content of these sessions is intended to meet the needs and interests of small-to-medium size businesses, many of which lack formal business continuity plans and training. Registration includes workshop materials, admission into the exhibit hall and lunch. Use code “SDMI” for half off registration!
Register here: http://www.cimanagementconference.com/news/smb-workshops
Dates: May 5-8, 2014
Location: L’Auberge du Lac; Lake Charles, Louisiana
The Louisiana Emergency Preparedness Association (LEPA) is a non-profit statewide organization of emergency preparedness and response practitioners with the common goal of improving public safety in emergencies. LEPA was formed in 1980 by a group of local civil defense directors who recognized the need to expand and incorporate personnel in emergency service organizations into a cohesive and productive association.
GOHSEP G-386 Mass Fatalities Training Course
Dates: May 12-14, 2014
Location: Jefferson Parish Emergency Management, 910 3rd Street, Gretna, LA
Mass fatality incidents necessitate the need for a highly coordinated response. Emergency response personnel often deal with fatalities in the course of their normal duties, however, it is important for response personnel to understand the sights, sounds, and smells they will encounter in responding to a mass fatality incident. Even the most experienced and hardened responders can become overwhelmed at the devastation often associated with a mass fatality incident. This training is designed to provide response personnel at all levels with the tools to prepare for a mass fatality incident and to develop a plan to manage the incident scene. This 3 day course will also help mentally prepare responders when these incidents occur as well as define the roles and responsibilities of the various local, state, and federal agencies involved in the response efforts.
Please submit a GOHSEP Training Application to GOHSEP Training @ 225-925-7512 (fax) or firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications must have the appropriate signatures.
Point of Contact: Cheri Scott @ 225-925-7343