Free

Alertus Seminar Series: Effective Emergency Communications

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

Suzanne Freeman Auditorium, Carolinas Healthcare System

1000 Blythe Blvd

Charlotte, NC 28203

View Map

Friends Who Are Going
Event description

Description

Please join Alertus Technologies and Carolinas HealthCare System for a complimentary seminar on best practices for emergency communications.

Free Registration Includes:

  • Continental Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Case Study Presentation by Carolinas HealthCare System
  • An Opening Keynote Presentation by Caroline R. Hamilton, President of Risk & Security LLC
  • A Closing Keynote Presentation by Bryan Warren, Director of Corporate Security of Carolinas HealthCare System & Darry Aspey, Protective Security Advisor for the North Carolina District at US Department of Homeland Security
  • An interactive Technology Presentation/Demonstration by Alertus Technologies
  • Networking Opportunities

Tentative Agenda:

Friday, March 31st, 2017

9:00am-9:30am

Arrival & Continental Breakfast Served

9:30am-9:40am

Welcoming Remarks by Alertus & Carolinas HealthCare System

9:40am-9:45am

Introduction of Opening Keynote Speaker

Nicole Sirpilla, Event Coordinator, Alertus Technologies

9:45am-10:45am

Opening Keynote Presentation

"Preparing for the Worst: Proactive Measures to Ensure Safety & CMS Compliance"

Caroline R. Hamilton, President, Risk & Security LLC

10:45am-11:00am

Break

11:00am-12:00pm

Interactive Technology Presentation/Live Demonstration

Peter Lester, Healthcare Sales Manager, Alertus Technologies

John Robling, Regional Sales Manager, Alertus Technologies

12:00pm-12:30pm

Carolinas HealthCare System's Emergency Preparedness Plan

James Clarke, Director of Corporate Emergency Management, Carolinas HealthCare System

12:30pm-1:00pm

Carolinas Healthcare System's Automated Paging & MNS for Fire Alarm Events

Bret Martin, Director of Fire, Life Safety & Utilities, Carolinas HealthCare System

1:00pm-1:45pm

Lunch

1:45pm-2:45pm

Closing Keynote Presentation

"The Value of Public-Private Partnerships in Emergency Management"

Bryan Warren, Director of Corporate Security, Carolinas HealthCare System

Darryl Aspey, Protective Security Advisor (NC District), US Department of Homeland Security

2:45pm

Closing Remarks

Alertus & Carolinas HealthCare System


Opening Keynote Presentation:

Preparing for the Worst: Proactive Measures to Ensure Workplace Safety and CMS Compliance

ARE YOU PREPARED FOR AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION?

Caroline Ramsey Hamilton, President, Risk & Security LLC

Abstract:

This workshop will walk you through the steps in avoiding an active shooter incident at your company. Visible, active security is a cost effective way to secure your facilities with the most protection for the least cost.

Using industry standards, including the new CMS Final Rule for Emergency Preparedness, Caroline Ramsey-Hamilton, a leading expert on Active Shooters, Local Terrorists, and workplace violence, will show you exactly how to build in protection, using the latest Facility Security Risk Assessments.

From using evacuations and drills, to using advanced algorithms to calculate your risk, Hamilton will give you insight into the world of anti-terrorism and how to use these lessons at work to protect your staff and your corporate assets.


Closing Keynote Presentation:

Importance of Public & Private Partnerships in Emergency Management

Bryan Warren, Director of Corporate Security, Carolinas HealthCare System

Darryl Aspey, Protective Security Advisor (NC District), US Department of Homeland Security

Abstract:

"This presentation will highlight how DHS engages closely with private sector and community partners to provide expert counsel and recommendations about protective measures to protect facilities and will showcase actual case studies detailing how invaluable such public and private partnerships can be in emergency management planning and keeping the public safe and secure. Primary takeaways will include:

How private sector businesses can reach out and develop relationships in their community, including local law enforcement since having these relationships established before an incident occurs can help speed up the response when an adverse event occurs.

Why organizations should create and maintain emergency operations plans and the importance of information sharing so that everyone can learn from one another’s events.

The value of providing employees with training resources and the importance of exercising such plans in order to be mitigate the impact to the organization when actual incidents take place in our communities."



Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

Suzanne Freeman Auditorium, Carolinas Healthcare System

1000 Blythe Blvd

Charlotte, NC 28203

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved