Description: Safety professionals have traditionally been tasked with developing emergency response plans for staff and for their facility, establishing a training program that includes these response plans, and facilitating exercises to test the plans, training, and response. During this presentation we will provide an overview of an emergency management program as it may apply to safety professionals as well as learn about local resources and response capabilities.
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About Our Speaker: Brady Scribner is the Emergency Manager for the City of Fargo and is responsible for the planning, training, and exercises needed to prepare staff to respond to all hazards. Prior to returning to the City of Fargo in 2021, Brady was the Security and Emergency Preparedness Manager for the West Market of Essentia Health for roughly six years. During his first fifteen years employed by the City of Fargo, Brady was an Environmental Health Practitioner and later worked in public health emergency preparedness until 2015. Brady has a master's degree in Geographic Information Systems, a bachelor's degree in community health & fitness/sports science, and an associates of science degree in computer & network technology.
Menu: Fajita Bar
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"Northern Region Association of Safety Professionals" is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. North Dakota, P.O. Box 1663, Fargo, ND 58102