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3 Emergency Managers you should follow on LinkedIn

06 julio 2017 3 minutos
Emergency Management
Public Safety

LinkedIn is a great place to stay on top of the latest emergency management news. This is why we have selected 3 emergency management experts that you should start following today. If you know other people who deserve to be mentioned, feel free to share their names in the comment section!


Timothy Riecker, the Preparedness Jedi

Tim has over twenty years of public safety and emergency management experience with local and state governments. He is now a partner and principal consultant with Emergency Preparedness Solutions. We highly recommend that you take a look at its blog »Exploring Emergency Management & Homeland Security», I’m sure you’ll find several articles that will interest you.

Jan Glarum, Private Consultant and Author

Jan has over 40 years of experience in the fields of EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement, Hospital, Public Health, and Emergency Management, including response to federally declared disasters. As you can see, he has a LOT of experience in public safety. He recently launched a blog called »A Better Emergency» where you will find book reviews and articles on emergency management. As he says on his blog, he hopes »to encourage conversation, stimulate the imagination, and engage the best minds in how to do emergencies better». Very interesting…

Vince Davis, Emergency Management Consultant, Author, Entrepreneur

Vince is the owner of Preparedness Matters Disaster Consulting. He has an extensive experience in emergency management planning, training, crisis management, community relations, program management and development. Read his last article »Defeating The Clown – How Do You Tackle Community Resilience?», you’ll want to read the others!


We know the title says 3 emergency managers you should follow, but we like to make surprises! Here are two other great resources on emergency management.

IAEM Canada (International Association of Emergency Managers)

Although this one is not a person, we think everyone should follow the IAEM Canada (International Association of Emergency Management). Several times a week, they share interesting articles about emergency management news from all over the world.


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