May 2023

Featured in this issue: Editor Note:25 Years of Insights for Safer Communities by Catherine L. Feinman; Labor Trafficking – The Case Study of Marco by Richard Schoeberl, Anthony Mottola, & […]

Hospital Staffing for Decontamination

In the new post-9/11 world the emergency community can no longer afford the luxury of compartmentalization. Planning, cooperation, and training together all will be needed – along with additional funds.

EMS Professionals and the CERTification of Volunteers

The willingness of so many citizen volunteers to serve on Community Emergency Response Teams adds an extra dimension of capability to already overworked (and sometimes overwhelmed) EMS staffs. There are a few precautions also worth noting, though.

Building a Strong Emergency-Management Profession

One of the nation’s foremost experts in the still emerging field of emergency management provides her insider’s point of view of the guiding principles – including both a vision and a mission statement – on which this important new field was founded.

CBRN Response Capabilities and Identified Gaps

  Chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) response has always been a challenge in identifying and quantifying a broad spectrum of organic and synthesized compounds that were once limited to […]
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