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Do Better When You Know Better: Pearls and Pitfalls of After Action ReviewDo Better When You Know Better: Pearls and Pitfalls of After Action Review
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Veoci Team Panel
Fire, Emergency Management and EMS Responders
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Lance Lynch, MBA, CBCP
Account Executive, Veoci

Join the discussion on how we can empower ourselves - and our organizations - to systematically evaluate and learn from atypical situations ahead of the next. Whether you're new to incident management or a seasoned leader in the space, we’re certain that we’ve got some fresh perspectives, tips, and takeaways that you can immediately put to work to ensure your organization is prepared to know and do better.‍

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Within the cyclical process of managing emergencies and unanticipated incidents, lies one of the most powerful processes we can leverage to enhance our organizational response for future events: the after action review. Regardless of industry, the practice of effectively reviewing our preparedness for, response to, and recovery from service interruptions is paramount to ensuring that when - not if - another occurs, we're ready to apply lessons learned.

USC’s Great Shakeout: Conducting a Successful Campus-Wide Earthquake DrillUSC’s Great Shakeout: Conducting a Successful Campus-Wide Earthquake Drill
Steve Goldfarb, CEM, CBCP, EML, EMT
Veoci Team Panel
Fire, Emergency Management and EMS Responders
Steve Goldfarb, CEM, CBCP, EML, EMT
Steve Goldfarb, CEM, CBCP, EML, EMT
Director of Fire Safety, Emergency Management & Business Continuity, University of Southern California
Andrew Theisen, CBCP
Andrew Theisen, CBCP
Senior Emergency Management Coordinator at University of Southern California

Join us for a webinar featuring Steve Goldfarb, Director of Fire Safety, Emergency Management and Business Continuity and Andrew Theisen, Senior Emergency Management Coordinator at the University of Southern California as they demonstrate their 2021 Great California Shakeout exercises and reflect on lessons learned.

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Coordinated by the Southern California Earthquake Center since 2008, The Great California Shakeout is an international annual drill in preparing for and safely responding to major earthquakes. Over 7.6 million people participate and are encouraged to review and update their emergency preparedness plans and supplies and to take precautionary measures.

USC has been participating in the Shakeout since 2008. This year’s drill took place on October 21st and involved a variety of teams and plan activations across multiple campuses. With the help of Veoci, check-ins, live status updates, photos and videos were shared among Critical Response Department Operations Centers (DOCs) and all Field Command Posts. Join our webinar to learn more about how the drill was assembled and executed successfully.

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