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Hosted by Daniel Scott, EM Student works to bring interviews of industry and academic leaders by discussing trends, topics, and issues that affect emergency managers, first responders, military, higher education, public safety, communications, disaster volunteer organizations, public health, humanitarian groups, NGOs, professionals, students, and researchers. Please continue to listen and interact with EM Weekly, without which EM Student would not exist. All EM Student content is free with t ...
 
EM Weekly is a weekly Emergency Management podcast hosted by Todd De Voe that brings news, interviews, discusses trends and issues that impact Emergency Management, first responders, military, education, public safety, communications, disaster volunteer organizations, public health, humanitarian groups, NGOs, professionals, students, and researchers. Produced by Sitch Radio Brian Colburn
 
Where safety and security meet. The prepare. respond. recover. podcast, in partnership with the Natural Disaster and Emergency Management Expo (www.ndemevent.com) features impactful stories and real-world learnings from top business continuity, emergency management, and security professionals. Join host Todd De Voe as he and his guests discuss how to stay secure and resilient all while maintaining operational continuity and ensuring public safety in this ever-changing world.
 
“Sjogren’s Strong” is an informational podcast that will discuss all aspects of living with Sjogren's and maintaining an active healthy lifestyle, “Sjogren’s Strong”. What is Sjogren's syndrome? It is an autoimmune condition that can affect people of any age, but symptoms usually appear between the ages of 45 and 55. Symptoms vary in type and intensity, but many people with Sjogren's are able to live normal lives. Between 400,000 and 3.1 million adults have Sjogren's syndrome. This condition ...
 
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This week, we are joined by Todd DeVoe to talk about his current education endeavors, his experience with teaching and creating curriculum for EM Students, and how entrants to the EM field can leverage different education and training opportunities to be successful. Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/em-student Facebook: https://www…
 
It's been my experience that when I originally got hit with the mortar round the pain was a very instantaneous thing and over a period, subsided to a point of miserable excruciating pain, but manageable. Links Combat Vet Vision - https://www.facebook.com/CombatVetVision https://www.facebook.com/aqseibert Warrior Built - https://warriorbuilt.org/ PT…
 
Seth & Shelby are talking about the chicken shortage, bloody mary’s and new music on this episode of Drive Time OC. Theresa joins Daniel on this weeks OC Real-estate and Tina leaves us Feeling good this Friday. Headline Seth - “Klean” Water? Yeah right… and Toxic Dumps in OC Controversial toxic dump cleanup to resume in Huntington Beach Web - https…
 
5.11 Tactical started in Modesto, California as a clothing line created by mountain climber Royal Robbins. Upon reaching the top of a climb in Yosemite California, he noticed that the trousers that he was wearing were not suited for climbing. Robbins decided that he needed to design something more durable and with better functionality. He owned a b…
 
This week we are joined by Carol Cwiak, associate professor and internship coordinator at South Dakota State University’s Department of Emergency Management and member of the FEMA Higher Ed Symposium Special Interest Group on Ethics. We are speaking to her about professional development, equity, and ethics in Emergency Management, and an announceme…
 
Born In Branson Mo Raised in small town outside of Springfield MO - Nixa Mo Worked at Silver Dollar City as a Saloon Girl Worked in a German Dancehall in Branson MO Graduated MSU where I met my future husband Moved to Los Angeles in 1992 Have two children - Bene (pronounced Benny - daughter 20) and Robert M Snyder IV (Son - 14) Married 25 years PTA…
 
Seth and Shelby discuss what’s going on in the OC, events and a few laughs along the way. Daniel joins us for an update on real estate and Tina anderson with “Feel Good Friday” Join us live or find us on your favorite podcast player, Facebook or YouTube. Links are all below. Headline Seth - California orders Nestlé to stop siphoning spring water Ca…
 
"The rise of civil unrest in 2020 is propelling the restructuring of culture, business, and cities in our society today. As Americans watch and experience a pandemic unfold and a sharp divide across political and economic lines, the mismanagement of public safety - including domestic terrorism - has been apparent to citizens, eager for the storms t…
 
Dan Hinkson, owner of Be Ready Enterprises LLC, is a retired Marine officer with over 20 years of service and combat experience in both Iraq and Afghanistan. He is an NRA Certified Instructor, a competitive shooter, an AR-15 gunsmith, a Black Belt Instructor in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, and a CPR trained Combat Lifesaver. Links Website…
 
We get back from combat we try to figure things out, we just measured all things in our lives that matter, we wrote a letter home. We put it in our pocket, and it said our last words, we were asked to do this, who do we give this letter to who? Does this letter go to our parents, brother/sister, wife or kids? We were asked to write this letter in 2…
 
Seth & Shelby are geek’n out over Knott's Berry Farm and Disney opening up for some business. Daniel and Tina will be joining us along with some bubbly events. This and much more on this episode of Drive Time OC. Headline Seth - Welcoming You Back to the Disneyland Resort - Now Open – Downtown Disney District - April 29, 2021 – Disney’s Grand Calif…
 
In the world of public safety, a rapidly changing environment creates a need for executive coaching. Leaders within our profession are constantly facing new challenges and the learning curve is very steep. With a massive number of retirements occurring, the leadership gap and the institutional knowledge leaving our organizations present very real a…
 
On this week’s episode we talk to Kathy Francis about how emergency managers can optimize their careers in today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world by being flexible, embracing lifelong learning, and building agility into their career development plan. Join us to hear her talk about tips for developing a nimble plan for career growth in the field…
 
In August 2011, hurricane Irene destroyed towns up and down the east coast. While Irene headed north up the coast, it weakened to a tropical storm making landfall in southern New Jersey then again in Brooklyn, NY. What happened next devastated many small towns as Irene transitioned to an extratropical cyclone striking Vermont. Marion Abrams, a resi…
 
Robert Graves, Com Check This show is about one of the 22 a day: His story told by his Mom Andrina Shields: (RIP) Apr 18, 1990 – May 29, 2017 (Age 27) He was born in Phoenix, Arizona April 18, 1990. Robert served in the United States Air Force from 2009 to 2013. He was stationed in Japan and deployed to Iraq. Robert received many accolades while se…
 
Brian & Seth put their spin on what’s going on in the OC on today’s episode of “Drive Time OC” Events, a look into what is going on in “OC Real Estate” with Daniel Preszler, and of course Ms. Tina Anderson with a little “Feel Good Friday". Headline Seth - APPROVAL OF HUNTINGTON BEACH SEAWATER DESALINATION PLANT Web - https://voiceofoc.org/2021/04/c…
 
We are taking a look at re-framing of the Incident Management Structures. It has been over 50 years since FIRESCOPE “created” the Incident Command System and the Incident Management Structures. Is it time to re-frame how emergency management and response operates? Timothy Riecker writes “After examining these models, I think most will agree that in…
 
Join us for this week’s episode of EM Student as we talk to Dr. Jessica Jensen, a researcher and professor at North Dakota State University. Among other topics, Dr. Jensen specializes in preparedness and resilience, and on this episode we get to talk to her about research she is doing to understand the activities of local emergency managers and on …
 
Just remember what I say, these are my opinions, this is my experiences, my outlook on a lot of things in my life, other people's lives and it's mine it's my personal thoughts and they're there because of my experience in life and combat. We lived life and death situations we had orders given to us and carried out a plan of the day, A mission that …
 
It’s a common phrase, that laughter is the best medicine, and first responders and emergency managers are well known for making it integral to our workspace. In the right context, laughter does provide evidence-based health benefits. Long-term physical and mental health gains for people working in high-stress jobs are critical. With a focus on its …
 
This week on EM Student, we talk to Dr. Andrea Adams about her work on the Ethics Support Group of FEMA’s National Education Management Institute and the Global Ethics Day video contest winners. Join us as we get Dr. Adams’s perspective on professional responsibility and leadership ethics, as well as the role of a developed code of ethics in the Em…
 
The Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) supports hundreds of permanently disabled athletes through grants and training programs. One of their programs, Operation Rebound, works solely with military personnel, veterans, and first responders. Before even leaving the hospital after the loss of his leg, Chappie Hunter, a San Diego Police Officer was a…
 
Charles Retter USMC Staff Sergeant Charles P. Retter Inspector-Instructor Motor Transport Maintenance Chief Marine Air Support Squadron Six DET A MAG48 Staff Sergeant Retter was born in Stamford CT on February 18th, 1985. He was raised in Norwalk CT until his graduation from Norwalk High School in 2003. Charles Retter enlisted in the United States …
 
Brian & Daniel discuss the latest news and upcoming events in the OC. On today’s list we a guest interview from StandUp for Kids and more: Daniel - Disneyland's expansion plans Web - https://disneylandforward.com/ “OC Real-Estate with Daniel Preszler” Brian - New reason why they call it the happiest place on earth Web - https://www.ocregister.com/2…
 
The City of Ontario California opened two POD’s to distribute COVID-19 Vaccines. Jordan Villwock joins us to explore what when right and how can other cities learn from them. Jordan is an experienced emergency manager that has participated in multiple POD exercises and events over the years. This may have been the biggest test of the POD system in …
 
Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Been a Navy corpsman and associated with medicine, I have seen an experienced what it is like to the abuse of alcohol drugs and tobacco. Again I want to remind everybody this is my opinion, this is my story, this is my life, my opinion do not always reflect opinions of others around me. I would like to believe that the us…
 
Seth - Newsom expands vaccine eligibility to people 50 and older on April 1; 16 and older on April 15 OC Fair will be held in person this summer Santa Ana Unified students to remain off campus rest of the school year Web - https://www.ocregister.com/2021/03/25...​ Web - https://www.ocregister.com/2021/03/25...​ Web - https://www.ocregister.com/2021…
 
Pandemic, Fires, Riots and More, How One EM Survived His First Year at a New Job, Steven Torrance moved jobs at the beginning of 2020 from a small city in Orange County, to the iconic City of Santa Monica. Then 2020 broke out. He faced the lockdown of the pandemic, the summer of violence, and the struggles of being on the job and facing the politic…
 
Our guest this week is George Siegal, director, writer, and producer of the film The Last House Standing. As a former weatherman and reporter, Siegal saw first hand what the destruction and devastation of natural disasters can look like and founded the documentary film company, Move the World Films, Inc. Born of inspiration of how resilient design …
 
Security on a Hollywood production lot has come a long way from just guns, guards, and gates. Today, an all hazard, global threat approach is employed to not just secure “inside the gates” but a wide reaching world beyond the production lot. Jeff Reider, VP of Global Threat and Emergency Management at Paramount Pictures joins us to talk about his t…
 
Michael Jon de Leon USN Veteran Powered Films Chief Petty Officer de Leon BIO STGC de Leon Chief Mike de Leon is a Navy “brat” born in San Diego, Ca. and had two brothers and 1 nephew in the Navy. Not to mention his late father, Roger de Leon, retired submariner. He enlisted in the Navy March 1993 as an undesignated Seaman Recruit (E1 paygrade), wo…
 
Is the risk of injury and death worth a catalytic converter or swimming in the bay? These topics and much more on this episode of Drive Time OC with Brian & Seth. Headline Sewage Spills and your Health Web - https://www.ocregister.com/2021/03/15/sewage-spill-prompts-closure-of-stretch-of-beach-in-newport-beach/ Web - http://beachapedia.org/Health_T…
 
Why Emergency Managers Need to Embrace Project Management. The improvement of incident management activities requires a coordinated effort by all involved agencies with a range of expertise. It behooves all professional disciplines to bring their respective expertise to improve the relevant capabilities. Project management expertise can be employed…
 
Dr. Shirley Feldmann-Jensen joins us to talk about the Core Competencies of Emergency Management. As a professor and co-founder of the Masters program in Emergency Services Administration degree program at CSU Long Beach, Dr. Feldmann-Jensen shares her considerable knowledge and insight in the field of disaster risk management and human outcomes. I…
 
This episode is for you and your cyber health at home and away. Cyber intrusion expert Kevin Argiro covers some very basic, but very helpful information that you probably aren’t using to protect yourself right now. If you are, then kudos to your advanced cyber awareness. Join us as we discuss a few things to make yourself properly cyber hygienic. F…
 
The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, the 2009 Samoa tsunami, the 2010 Chile tsunami, the 2011 Tohoku, Japan tsunami: In less than 10 years, these four events focused the world's attention on the infrequent but very real threat of tsunamis. Major tsunamis do not happen often, but when they do, they can have a significant impact on life and property. Even …
 
Join us as we talk to Dr. Kelly Garret of the Emergency Management Institute to get updates on the program and plans for future development. We’ll talk to Dr. Garrett about EMI’s Basic, Advanced, and Executive Academies, how they can help you level up your career in Emergency Management and the connection between EM Academia and EM Practicum. Links…
 
While traveling and learning new cultures in South and Central America, Jesse Levin saw a need in a market and capitalized on it. Using his natural entrepreneurial skills, Jesse started a cultural mediation firm in Panama, working with local indigenous populations. This experience sparked a career in disaster relief that brought Jesse and his firm,…
 
Texas was recently hit by a freak ice storm, a once in a hundred-year event. Many things went wrong that contributed to this disaster, however, it did reveal the need to prepare for anything. We brought back our favorite preparedness experts, Jonathan and Kylene Jones to discuss how one should prepare for such a freak event. But are there really fr…
 
Robert Caudill USMC He grew up just outside of Detroit, Michigan, until He joined the Marine Corps later in life at twenty-four. He was very fortunate to serve with HMM-364 the Purple Foxes, with Four deployments from 2004-2010. As an aviation ordnanceman fixing machine guns and loading the countermeasure flares. Although He did not serve on the fr…
 
We missed the Red Tier and it’s that time to start saving water! Upcoming Orange County events and more on this episode of “Drive Time OC” Headline Seth - San Clemente Conserves Water and The Anaheim Transportation Network’s $5 million grant Poor San Clement Reduce, or turn off, their irrigation during this week refrain from draining and refilling …
 
The Emergency Preparedness Network started by Paul Dutton is Helping Communities Be Ready. Dutton is a 20 year experienced veteran to Disasters and has been a Community Emergency Response Teams [C.E.R.T.] Instructor for almost 20 years training over 700 people in Disaster Preparedness as a C.E.R.T. Instructor, Red Cross Instructor, and a Profession…
 
Join us this week as our new co-host Franziska Economy and Daniel Scott talk about ramping up the Emergency Management Profession and how the EM can jump-start their passion. Let’s talk about going from “me” to “we” in emergency management and preparedness. Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/em-student Facebook: https://www.facebook.…
 
In this episode I cover the highlights of the GameStop and Silver plays by the Reddit crew. Then we discuss the coming attacks on the second amendment and the political right. Be aware and stand strong, as trouble is coming. Audio and video clips used under Fair Use rules from YouTube.com: First video clip published by The Hill on Jan 28, 2021. “Sa…
 
Brian & Seth talk about all the money Orange county has spent fighting the VID-1-9 and how it has helped us near the Red tier. This and much more on this episode of “Drive Time OC”. Headline Seth - From Purple to Red - We’re moving in the right direction!/vaccination sites for school employees Web - https://www.sanclementetimes.com/o-c-still-in-pur…
 
Youth Emergency Preparedness Council (YEPC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to educating and preparing communities for disasters. It is organized and led by the youth through local chapters, serving a district-wide region. Chapter leaders organize educational events and service projects for the benefit of the community in partnership with local,…
 
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