San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Changing Trends in Emergency Management: Social Media & Mental Health
CESA-Southern Chapter is pleased to present our Spring Workshop. This workshop will cover some changing trends that are circulating throughout Emergency Management.
Using Social Media In Disasters: Social media has become a part of daily life for many individuals. As such, social media is now ingrained into disaster response and recovery. Mary Jo Flynn from Anaheim Fire & Rescue Department will be discussing how to use social media in disasters. Beyond “how to use” social media, this presentation will cover how to monitor social media to develop situational awareness and where social media belongs in the EOC. The presentation will also cover lessons learned from actual incidents where social media has played a key role.
Resiliency: Trauma Event Management from Mental Health: Victims displaced or impacted by disasters frequently need mental health services. Often under planned for or misunderstood by Emergency Managers, this presentation will discuss the services mental health professionals deliver during and following disasters. This presentation will also draw from case studies from the Japan and Chile earthquakes discussing new trends and challenges.
Registration Deadline April 8th, 2014. Please note: no refunds will be issued after the registration deadline.
8:00 to 8:30 am Registration, Networking, and Continental Breakfast
8:30 to 9:00 am Chapter Business and Announcements
9:00 to 10:30 am Using Social Media in Disasters
Mary Jo Flynn, MS, CEM®
Emergency Management Assistant Director- Anaheim Fire & Rescue Dept.
10:30 to 10:45 am Break/Networking
10:45 to 12:00 pm Resiliency: Trauma Event Management from Mental Health
Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health
Department Emergency Coordinator
Ana Maria De La Torre, Ph.D.
Assistant Disaster Coordinator
12:00 pm Wrap up & Conclusion
When & Where
California Emergency Services Association (CESA)
The California Emergency Services Association (CESA) is a non profit, professional organization that supports over 600 members. The Association’s purpose is to promote mutual support and cooperation planning, training, responding and recovering from all hazard events among government, private sector, non-governmental organizations and the public. CESA offers regular workshops, trainings and transmittals to improve emergency readiness and resiliency. CESA has strong representation and involvement with the California Office of Emergency Services to ensure collaboration of thought, word and action to protect California residents and businesses.