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Preparing for the Next Disaster: The Importance of Human Resources Management in Disaster Planning
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 Export to Your Calendar 3/19/2020
When: Thursday March 19th
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Where: Vineyards Country Club
400 Vineyards Blvd
Naples, Florida  34119
United States
Contact: Lori Kleinman

Online registration is available until: 3/15/2020
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This course outlines the strategic importance that human resource management plays in disaster preparedness. Regardless of the disaster type, natural, technological, ecological, or human-created, its imperative that Human Resource professionals play a major role in disaster-related strategic planning. To achieve the aforementioned, this course highlights several components that human resource management professionals need to properly prepare for, such as:

1. The State of Florida’s All Hazards Incident Management Organization Chart

2. Business Continuity Operations Planning

3. The Basic Steps in Emergency Planning

4. A Staffing Operational Sustainability Plan.   



·         Recognize and understand Florida’s All-Hazards Field Operations Guide

·         Discuss, review, and analyze several Business Continuity Operations Plans

·         Review the importance of disaster-related strategic planning and its role within Human Resources

·         Discuss and review the key components of staffing-related issues within the disaster planning process


Sal D’Angelo has served in local government since January 1994 and is the current Executive Director for the North Collier Fire Control and Rescue District with responsibility for leading the Emergency Management Division. Since 1994, Sal has served as Fire Chief/Emergency Management Director, Deputy Fire Chief, Fire Inspector, Fire Fighter/EMT, Management/Budget Analyst, and Safety/Health and Environmental Officer. Sal possesses a Bachelor of Business Administration, Master of Public Administration, and Ph.D. in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University. Sal has lectured across the United States and in Puerto Rico on many fire service and emergency management topics and has been an adjunct faculty member for Florida Atlantic University and the former Edison College. Most important, Sal has two beautiful daughters with his wife of 27 years…      

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