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The All Hazards Emergency Network was created as a fully integrated shared learning platform. This includes the newsletter, website, webcasts and live events to encourage better communication and cooperation between the entire community of public, private and non-governmental stakeholders that are seeking to make our nation safer, and more resilient in the wake of major disasters.

Episode Date
AHEN EP 71 KEY TRENDS IN DISASTER RESILIENCE
26:43

Tom Moran and Tim Karney of the All Hazards Consortium explore future trends in Disaster Resilience and Business Continuity.

Jun 28, 2016
AHEN EP 70 CONTINUITY OF COMMUNICATIONS
26:34

Lee Williams of Plum Laboratories discusses new approaches to ensuring continuity of communications during outages or enabling access to remote teams in areas where cellular communications are limited.

Jun 14, 2016
AHEN EP 69 ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS FROM DISASTERS
26:44

Dr. Nicole Lurie, the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services discusses the challenges of preventing, responding to, and recovering from adverse health effects caused by disasters and widespread diseases.

May 25, 2016
AHEN EP 68 EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO BUSINESS CONTINUITY
26:39

Sean Murphy, the CEO of Lootok, LTD discusses new approaches to risk management and how to develop an effective approach to business continuity.

May 17, 2016
AHEN EP 67 BUILDING A WEATHER READY NATION
26:48

John Murphy, the Chief Operating Officer of the National Weather Service explains the new Weather Ready Nation Initiative which is designed to help citizens, communities, and businesses prepare for, and mitigate weather related disasters.

May 11, 2016
AHEN EP 66 U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
26:49

Karen Duham-Aguilera, the Director of Contingency Operations and Office of Homeland Security, Headquarters, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers explains the Corps' efforts to assist Federal, state and local emergency management and response organizations with mitigation, planning, training, and exercises necessary, to provide capabilities to respond to any emergency or disaster.

May 03, 2016
AHEN EP 65 TOO LITTLE TOO LATE
26:35

Dr. Mark Keim of DisasterDoc explains why rescue efforts in disasters are almost always "too little, too late," and presents ways that individuals and communities can reduce fatalities in disasters.

Apr 27, 2016
AHEN EP 64 ROLE OF SATELLITES IN DISASTER COMMUNICATIONS
26:44

Tony Bardo of Hughes Network Systems explains the role of satellites in ensuring availability and mobility of disaster communications

Apr 20, 2016
AHEN EP 63 NIST GUIDE FOR DISASTER RESILIENCE INVESTMENTS
26:16

Jennifer Helgeson, an economist in the Applied Economics Office of the Engineering Laboratory at NIST explains the Community Resilience Economic Decision Guide for Buildings and Infrastructure Systems. 

Apr 13, 2016
AHEN EP 62 $1BILLION NATIONAL DISASTER RESILIENCE COMPETITION AWARDS
26:54

Harriet Tregoning, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Community Planning and Development at HUD discusses the recent $1Billion awards from the  National Disaster Resilience Competition.

Apr 05, 2016
AHEN EP 61 PLANNING FOR COMMUNITY RESILIENCE
26:43

Stephen Cauffman, a research engineer with the Community Resilience Program at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) explains the the Community Resilience Planning Guide for Buildings and Infrastructure Systems, and the Community Resilience Economic Decision Support Guide for Buildings and Infrastructure Systems.  

Mar 29, 2016
AHEN EP 60 SOCIAL MEDIA IN DISASTER COMMUNICATIONS
26:55

Christopher Tarentino, the CEO of Epicenter Media & Training explains the important role played by social media in disaster communications.

Mar 21, 2016
AHEN EP 59 CRITICAL ISSUES IN DISASTER RESILIENCE
26:54

Tom Moran of the All Hazards Consortium and Tim Karney, Editor, All Hazards Emergency Network give their perspectives on some of the key issues in Disaster Resilience.

Mar 18, 2016
AHEN EP 58 ST BERNARD PROJECT
26:37

Reese May, the National Recovery Director for the Saint Bernard Project and its Disaster Resilience and Recovery Lab explains how they help communities and individuals prepare to mitigate the impact of a major disaster.

Feb 23, 2016
AHEN EP 57 NEXT GENERATION 911
26:51

Dave Bailey, 911 Coordinator for Morgan County, Ohio discusses the deployment of their Next Generation 911 system and how it has provided new capabilities and greater dependability.

Feb 17, 2016
AHEN EP 56 INCREASED THREAT OF DOMESTIC TERRORISM
26:49

Ron Hosko, former Assistant Director of the FBI, discusses the increased frequency of domestic terrorist incidents and the factors that contribute to this threat.

Feb 09, 2016
AHEN EP 55 BUILDING TRUST FOR INFORMATION SHARING
26:49

Tom Moran, Executive Director of the All Hazards Consortium explains how the organization built a circle of trust that enables public and private sector stakeholders to share sensitive operational information to expedite disaster recovery.

Jan 26, 2016
AHEN EP 54 FOOD SECTOR RESILIENCE
26:46

Mike Ambrosia of Wakefern Foods discusses the impact of SuperStorm Sandy on the Food Sector and how the industry is working to improve resilience.

Jan 21, 2016
AHEN EP 53 SPACE WEATHER THREAT TO ELECTRICAL GRID
26:32

Bill Murtagh, the Assistant Director for Space Weather at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy discusses the potential impact of a massive space weather incident on the global electrical grid and explains the National Space Weather Strategy and National Space Weather Action Plan.

Jan 05, 2016
AHEN EP 52 SURVIVING WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
26:18

Bo Mitchell, the President of 911 Consulting discusses the increasing frequency of workplace violence and how organizations can prepare and train their employees to survive these types of situations.

Dec 29, 2015
AHEN EP 51 SEA LEVEL RISE IMPACT ON DISASTER RESILIENCE
26:50

Doctor Rob Thieler of the U.S. Geological Survey explains the potential impact on coastal  critical infrastructure as a result of rising sea levels. He discusses some of the areas such as the Chesapeake Bay and the Carolinas that are at the highest risk of flooding from storm surges, erosion, and other factors.

Dec 15, 2015
AHEN EP 50 NEW APPROACH TO GEOCOLLABORATION
27:00

Dave Jones, the CEO, President and Founder of StormCenter Communications explains their new approach to sharing data for improved situational awareness.

Dec 08, 2015
AHEN EP 49 NEW INITIATIVES FROM THE All Hazards Consortium
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Tom Moran, the Executive Director of the All Hazards Consortium discusses the recent activities of the organization and outlines new initiatives for Disaster Resilience stakeholders.

Dec 01, 2015
AHEN EP 48 POST SANDY FLOOD MITIGATION
26:49

Brad Gair, the Vice President of Emergency Management & Enterprise Resilience at NYU Langone Medical Center explains how that organization worked together with FEMA to recover from flood damage caused by SuperStorm Sandy. NYU Langone undertook comprehensive mitigation efforts to prevent this type of flooding in the future. He also makes a compelling case for "integrated Investment" by regional stakeholders to maximize the effectiveness of mitigation efforts.

Nov 24, 2015
AHEN EP 47 SECURING HEALTHCARE DATA
26:55

Denise Anderson, the Executive Director of the National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (NH-ISAC) discusses threats to sensitive healthcare data and how the NH-ISAC brings together a wide variety of stakeholders to protect this data.

Nov 18, 2015
AHEN EP 46 RESTORING TELECOM DURING A DISASTER
26:49

Dick Price, former Chief Business Continuity Officer, for Verizon Corporate explains the challenges of restoring telecommunication services during a disaster.

Nov 11, 2015
AHEN EP 45 FLOOD RESPONSE IN NORTH CAROLINA
26:54

Mike Sprayberry, Director of the North Carolina Department of Emergency Management discusses the recent floods created by historic levels of rainfall.

Oct 27, 2015
AHEN EP 44 DELAWARE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
26:57

Jamie Turner, the recently retired Director of the Delaware Emergency Management Agency discusses the lessons learned from SuperStorm Sandy and other major events.

Oct 20, 2015
AHEN EP 43 LESSONS FROM THE EBOLA OUTBREAK IN TEXAS
26:34

Dave Gruber, the Texas State Department of State Health Services Assistant Commissioner for Regional and Local Health Services, discusses lessons learned from the Ebola outbreak in Texas.

Oct 13, 2015
AHEN EP 42 REGIONAL MUTUAL ASSISTANCE GROUPS
26:53

Aaron Strickland, the Emergency Operations Director for Georgia Power explains how Regional Mutual Assistance Groups (RMAGS) coordinate the efforts of utility companies across the nation to restore power after a major outage.

Oct 07, 2015
AHEN EP 41 MANAGING MASS CASUALTIES IN A DISASTER
27:00

Eric Epley, the Executive Director of the Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Council explains how regional organizations of healthcare providers cooperate to improve handling mass casualties in any sort of disaster.

Sep 29, 2015
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Sep 29, 2015
AHEN EP 40 IMPROVING DISASTER RECOVERY COMPENSATION
26:45

Chris Reade, the President of Carrollton Enterprise Services explains lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy in improving the complex process of Disaster Recovery Compensation.

Sep 21, 2015
AHEN EP 39 NEW APPROACH TO SOCIAL MEDIA MONITORING
22:56

Ron Cassoni, CEO of PointStream explains how the company is helping to monitor 20 million displaced people around the world.

Sep 09, 2015
AHEN EP 38 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY'S ROLE IN DISASTER RESPONSE
23:08

Guy Beougher, the Executive Director of Operations in DLA’s Logistics Operations explains how the agency supports responders is a wide variety of disaster situations.

Sep 01, 2015
AHEN EP 37 DISASTER RESILIENCE IN VIRGINIA
22:50

Adam Thiel, Deputy Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security for the Commonwealth of Virginia discusses the development of programs, policies and partnerships to enhance economic resilience.

Aug 25, 2015
AHEN EP 36 MAKING I-95 SAFER AND MORE RESILIENT
23:07

MaryGrace Parker of the I-95 Corridor Coalition explains the importance of I-95 to the nation's economic resilience and how the organization works to improve transportation systems performance.

Aug 18, 2015
AHEN EP 35 REALISTIC APPROACH TO BORDER SECURITY
22:57

Ralph Basham, Former Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection discusses the complex problem of border security, and outlines realistic approaches to protecting our nation's borders.

Aug 11, 2015
AHEN EP 34 INTERDEPENDENCIES IN DISASTER RESILIENCE
22:55

Tom Moran of the All Hazards Consortium explains how public sector, private sector, and non-governmental stakeholders depend on each other in responding to major disasters.

Jul 28, 2015
AHEN EP 33 EXPEDITING DISASTER RESPONSE FLEETS
22:48

John Shaner, Chair of the Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group, explains improvements in the ways lifeline sector response fleets are being coordinated for disaster response.

Jul 25, 2015
AHEN EP 32 UAVs FOR DISASTER RESPONSE
22:54

Bill Cossoff of Unmanned Experts explains how Unmanned Aerial Vehicles can be used for Disaster Response and what organizations should consider in operating them.

Jul 14, 2015
AHEN EP 31 EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS
22:52

Bo Mitchell of 911 Consulting explains what  organizations need to do to ensure their Emergency Action Plans are OSHA Compliant.

Jul 13, 2015
AHEN EP 30 SEVERE WEATHER PREDICTION
22:59

Greg Carbin of NOAA's Storm Prediction Center explains the process of monitoring and predicting severe weather across the nation.

Jun 30, 2015
AHEN EP 29 SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORTING
22:56

Tom O'Reilly, Director of The Police Institute at the School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers University discusses the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative (NSI)  and other information sharing programs for law enforcement and homeland security.

Jun 23, 2015
AHEN EP 28 NATIONAL GUARD'S ROLE IN DISASTER RESPONSE
23:09

Colonel Richard Neely, the Chief of Current Operations Division of the National Guard Bureau explains the Guard's unique role in support of civil authorities during major disasters.

Jun 14, 2015
AHEN EP 27 ALL HAZARDS CONSORTIUM
22:54

Tom Moran, the Executive Director of the All Hazards Consortium explains the organization's role in facilitating cooperation between the public and private sector for disaster response.

Jun 10, 2015
AHEN EP 26 PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR RESILIENCE
22:55

Ira Tannenbaum, Assistant Commissioner for Public/Private Initiatives at New York City Emergency Management (NYCEM) explains how the City coordinates the integration of private sector concerns, interests, and resources to support New York City’s emergency planning, preparedness, response, and recovery activities.

Jun 02, 2015
AHEN EP 25 COMMUNITY DISASTER RESILIENCE PLANNING GUIDE
21:45

Theresa McCallister of NIST explains the Community Disaster Resilience Planning Guide and how listeners can provide input.

May 23, 2015
AHEN EP 24 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SUPPORT FOR CIVIL AUTHORITIES
23:30

Robert Salesses, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense Integration and Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) explains how the DoD provides support for civil authorities in response to major disasters.

May 19, 2015
AHEN EP 23 EXPEDITING POWER RESTORATION
22:44

When a disaster strikes, the first question everyone asks is, "When will the power be restored?" Chris Eisenbrey of the Edison Electric Institute explains the new processes being used by electric utilities to expedite power restoration.

May 15, 2015
AHEN EP 22 RED CROSS RECOVERY EFFORTS
22:22

Harvey Johnson, the Executive Director for Recovery Operations for the American Red Cross explains how they respond to over 70,000 incidents a year.

May 09, 2015
AHEN EP 21 DHS CYBERSECURITY RESEARCH
20:22

Dr. Douglas Maughan, the Division Director, Cyber Security Division of the Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Directorate discusses recent research into enhancing cybersecurity in both the public and private sectors.

May 03, 2015
AHEN EP 20 PROTECTING THE NATION'S CAPITOL
22:16

Chris Geldart, Director of Washington, DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency discusses the unique challenges of protecting the nation's Capitol.

Apr 26, 2015
AHEN EP 19 COMMUNITY DRIVEN DISASTER RESPONSE
22:39

Chris Kuryak, the Chief Operating Officer of Recovers.org explains their approach to Community Driven Disaster Response which supports residents with their needs in any type of disaster.

 

 

Apr 18, 2015
AHEN EP 18 New York City Response to Superstorm Sandy
22:28

Joe Bruno, the former Commissioner of the New York City Office of Emergency Management discusses how the city coped with the massive destruction caused by Superstorm Sandy. He details their processes for mobilizing a wide variety of city agencies, state & local governments, federal agencies and private sector partners to meet the needs of the regions's citizens.

Apr 11, 2015
AHEN EP 17 Pacific Northwest Economic Region
22:25

Matt Morrison, the CEO of the Pacific Northwest Economic Region discusses the unique approach his organization takes to promote resilience on both sides of the U.S. and Canada border.

Apr 04, 2015
AHEN EP 16 INTEGRATED PLANNING
21:09

Joe Picciano, former Deputy Regional Director at FEMA explains the importance of Integrated Planning between public sector stakeholders and private sector operators of critical infrastructure to ensure disaster resilience. Drawing on lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina and the World Trade Center recovery effort, he discusses best practices in integrated planning for disaster resilience.

Mar 28, 2015
AHEN Ep 15 Economic Resilience
20:52

Brian Tishuk, the Executive Director of ChicagoFIRST, a coalition of financial and other institutions discusses their initiatives to foster economic resilience.

Mar 28, 2015
AHEN EP 14 Open/Closed Business App
09:55

Tom Moran, the Executive Director of the All Hazards Consortium explains the applicability of the new Open/Closed Business App for disaster response. The app provides information for responders to find open businesses that can provide lodging, gas, food and other needs during an extended power outage.

Mar 14, 2015
AHEN EP 13 Public/Private Partnerships
13:47

Bob Crouch, former Assistant to the Governor for Commonwealth Preparedness in Virginia, discusses the challenges of forming effective public/private sector partnerships for emergency response.

Mar 14, 2015
AHEN EP 12 National Disaster Resilience Competition
12:22

Harriet Tregoning, the Director of the Office of Economic Resilience at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development explains the $1Billion National Disaster Resilience Competition. This interview previously aired on Disaster Resilience for America on Federal News Radio.

Mar 11, 2015
AHEN EP 11 Critical Infrastructure Resilience Protection
11:32

Bob Kolasky, the Director of Strategy and Policy for the DHS Office of Infrastructure Protection discusses best practices in making public and private sector critical infrastructure more secure and resilient in the event of a major disaster. This interview previously aired on Disaster Resilience for America on Federal News Radio.

Mar 09, 2015
AHEN EP 10 Unmanned Vehicles in Disaster Response
14:00

Kevin Gambold, CEO of Unmanned Experts and Tom Moran of the All Hazards Consortium discuss the use of drones for Homeland Security and Emergency Response.

Mar 01, 2015
AHEN EP 9 Red Guide to Recovery
18:02

Desi Matel-Anderson interviews Sean Scott, the author of The Red Guide to Recovery and a winner of the Field Innovation Team Innovation in Emergency Management Challenge for the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) 2014 Conference.

Jan 10, 2015
Register, Find Reunite Project in Australia
17:09

Desi Matel-Anderson interviews James BW, the CEO of Noggin that developed the Register, Find, Reunite Project in Australia which was one of the winners of the Innovation in Emergency Management Challenge for theInternational Association of Emergency Managers 2014.

Jan 06, 2015
AHEN EP 7 Emergency Managers Weekly Report
18:37

Steve Detweiler, the Editor of the Emergency Managers Weekly Report discusses how he delivers valuable content and insights to a global audience through his email newsletter and social media presence.

Nov 01, 2014
AHEN EP 6 New Zealand
06:52

John Hamilton the Director of Civil Defense and Emergency Management discusses the unique challenges of preparing for possible disasters on a remote island in an earthquake prone area.

Oct 06, 2014
005: Whole Community Response
23:26

Tom Moran and Dennis Schrader of the All Hazards Consortium discuss an operational approach to the policy of a Whole Community response.

Jul 11, 2014
004: The Future of Disasters
16:20

Brian David Johnson, Intel's Futurist discusses the future of disasters with Desi Matel-Anderson of the Global Disaster Innovation Group

Jul 11, 2014
003:Report on Mudslides in Washington State
12:24

Desi Matel-Anderson reports on Field Innovation Team activities during the response to the Washington State Mudslides.

Jul 11, 2014
002: Innovating During a Disaster
11:47

Desiree Matel-Anderson, CEO and Founder of the Global Disaster Innovation Group explains how Field Innovation Teams innovate during a disaster

Jul 11, 2014
001: Restoring Power in an Emergency
18:13

Tom Moran, Executive Director, All Hazards Consortium improved coordination of power restoration. Release of the Annual Report of the Multi-State Fleet Working Group.

Jul 11, 2014