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tim.karney@allhazardsemergencynetwork.com (tim.karney@allhazardsemergencynetwork.com)

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All Hazards Emergency Network podcast

All Hazards Emergency Network podcast

tim.karney@allhazardsemergencynetwork.com (tim.karney@allhazardsemergencynetwork.com)

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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.

Latest Episodes

AHEN EP 71 KEY TRENDS IN DISASTER RESILIENCE

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

26 MIN2016 JUN 29
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AHEN EP 71 KEY TRENDS IN DISASTER RESILIENCE

AHEN EP 70 CONTINUITY OF COMMUNICATIONS

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.

26 MIN2016 JUN 15
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AHEN EP 70 CONTINUITY OF COMMUNICATIONS

AHEN EP 69 ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS FROM DISASTERS

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.

26 MIN2016 MAY 25
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AHEN EP 69 ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS FROM DISASTERS

AHEN EP 68 EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO BUSINESS CONTINUITY

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

26 MIN2016 MAY 18
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AHEN EP 68 EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO BUSINESS CONTINUITY

AHEN EP 67 BUILDING A WEATHER READY NATION

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.

26 MIN2016 MAY 12
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AHEN EP 67 BUILDING A WEATHER READY NATION

AHEN EP 66 U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS

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.

26 MIN2016 MAY 4
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AHEN EP 66 U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS

AHEN EP 65 TOO LITTLE TOO LATE

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.

26 MIN2016 APR 27
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AHEN EP 65 TOO LITTLE TOO LATE

AHEN EP 64 ROLE OF SATELLITES IN DISASTER COMMUNICATIONS

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

26 MIN2016 APR 21
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AHEN EP 64 ROLE OF SATELLITES IN DISASTER COMMUNICATIONS

AHEN EP 63 NIST GUIDE FOR DISASTER RESILIENCE INVESTMENTS

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.

26 MIN2016 APR 13
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AHEN EP 63 NIST GUIDE FOR DISASTER RESILIENCE INVESTMENTS

AHEN EP 62 $1BILLION NATIONAL DISASTER RESILIENCE COMPETITION AWARDS

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

26 MIN2016 APR 6
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AHEN EP 62 $1BILLION NATIONAL DISASTER RESILIENCE COMPETITION AWARDS

Latest Episodes

AHEN EP 71 KEY TRENDS IN DISASTER RESILIENCE

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

26 MIN2016 JUN 29
Comments
AHEN EP 71 KEY TRENDS IN DISASTER RESILIENCE

AHEN EP 70 CONTINUITY OF COMMUNICATIONS

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.

26 MIN2016 JUN 15
Comments
AHEN EP 70 CONTINUITY OF COMMUNICATIONS

AHEN EP 69 ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS FROM DISASTERS

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.

26 MIN2016 MAY 25
Comments
AHEN EP 69 ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS FROM DISASTERS

AHEN EP 68 EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO BUSINESS CONTINUITY

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

26 MIN2016 MAY 18
Comments
AHEN EP 68 EFFECTIVE APPROACH TO BUSINESS CONTINUITY

AHEN EP 67 BUILDING A WEATHER READY NATION

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.

26 MIN2016 MAY 12
Comments
AHEN EP 67 BUILDING A WEATHER READY NATION

AHEN EP 66 U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS

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.

26 MIN2016 MAY 4
Comments
AHEN EP 66 U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS

AHEN EP 65 TOO LITTLE TOO LATE

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.

26 MIN2016 APR 27
Comments
AHEN EP 65 TOO LITTLE TOO LATE

AHEN EP 64 ROLE OF SATELLITES IN DISASTER COMMUNICATIONS

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

26 MIN2016 APR 21
Comments
AHEN EP 64 ROLE OF SATELLITES IN DISASTER COMMUNICATIONS

AHEN EP 63 NIST GUIDE FOR DISASTER RESILIENCE INVESTMENTS

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.

26 MIN2016 APR 13
Comments
AHEN EP 63 NIST GUIDE FOR DISASTER RESILIENCE INVESTMENTS

AHEN EP 62 $1BILLION NATIONAL DISASTER RESILIENCE COMPETITION AWARDS

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

26 MIN2016 APR 6
Comments
AHEN EP 62 $1BILLION NATIONAL DISASTER RESILIENCE COMPETITION AWARDS

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