Join us for a “boots on the ground” symposium designed for responders who arrive in the initial moments of any imaginable mass-casualty incident.
Leading experts with experience in responding, coordinating, and managing necessary resources will make 30-minute presentations and participate in Q&A panels.
Your next response could be to an active shooter, train crash, industrial explosion, tornado, flood, structural collapse, major fire, mass poisoning, or other sort of unimaginable event.
Gain insight from the experts on your immediate responsibilities and duties at any man-made or natural disaster.
Here are the experts you’ll hear from and have an opportunity to interact with throughout the symposium:
Moderator: Richard Patrick, Chief, Director, National Fire Programs Directorate U.S. Fire Administration
Panelists: Richard Hunt, MD, FACEP, Senior Medical Advisor, National Healthcare Preparedness Programs Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, United States Dept. of Health and Human Services
What Happens to Triage in Overwhelming No-Notice Trauma Events?
Edward Kelly, General Secretary-Treasurer, International Association of Firefighters
Explosions at the Boston Marathon
Joseph “Jay” Martin, S&T, Principal Director, Department of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate
First Responders, Emergency Management and Disaster Response: How Does DHS S&T Support the Mission
Mitchell Moriber, Chairman, Catastrophic Guidelines & Triage Committee, Chairman, Taylor County Local Emergency Planning Committee, Medical Director, EMS/Fire/Education, Secretary, Disaster Section, ACEP
The Deadliest Little Bundle: Survival When Predictive Values Fail
From Tornadoes to Hurricanes: The First Few Moments
Michael Ragone, Chief, Fire and Federal Services
Does the Federal Patient Movement Program Work?
When: Tuesday, March 03, 2020: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Room: Ballroom D
Session Number: PRECON8