ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE NEXT DISASTER?
Violent and deadly disaster events have affected more than 240 million Americans — about 80% of the nation's population — over the past six years, says a report from USA TODAY. It’s only a matter of time until another disaster strikes the United States. How it will affect you depends on one vital difference — PREPAREDNESS.
The Global Conference on Disaster Management is the premier event addressing issues common to all aspects of disaster and emergency preparedness and management in the world. GCDM includes a variety of insightful and knowledgeable speakers while providing excellent opportunities for training and networking with experts and practitioners in:
• Disaster Management Research
• Disaster Preparedness
• Business Continuity
• Emergency Management
• Emergency Communications
• Emergency Response
• Risk Management, Security, IT, and HR
• Environmental, Community Planning
• and the organizations which supply and service these professions.
Discover how to minimize the effect of a disaster on your organization and how to prepare your family, home, and business to survive.
WHY YOU NEED TO ATTEND THE GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT.
According to a study by The Advertising Council, less than half of Americans have an established comprehensive disaster preparedness plan in place for their family, home, and business. As the number of declared emergencies have more than doubled in the past few years, being prepared is more important than ever. Either for a natural disaster or a localized emergency, it’s crucial to prepare your family and business for an interruption of any size.
Whether you are just starting to think about creating a disaster plan for your family and business or looking to update your current plan, our conferences will provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to create a complete and efficient plan. More importantly, the information you receive will give you confidence and resources that your family and business will need to recover from a disaster.