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Disaster Preparedness Webinar
September 13 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 amFree
Presented by Glenn C. Clapp CSP, EFO, CHMM, CFPS Safety and Health Specialist, NC State University Industry Expansion Solutions (IES)
This webinar is for all businesses, owners, safety directors, and safety managers.
Disasters come in all shapes and sizes! Hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, chemical spills, and outbreaks of illness are just a few examples. No matter the type of disaster, a company can be quickly thrown into disarray. Supply chains may be broken, employees might be unable to come to work, or critical facilities and equipment could be damaged. Being prepared for disasters should be as high a priority for businesses as having a growth plan for the future. This workshop will lead you through the details that need to be considered when developing a Disaster Preparedness Plan.
Glenn Clapp, an IES safety and health specialist, is an authorized OSHA outreach trainer for general industry. He provides solutions to industry clients in areas such as general industry occupational safety, hazardous materials and other related topics. Glenn has over twenty-three years of experience in the fire service, emergency management and occupational safety disciplines and has served in roles such as firefighter, chief fire officer, fire department safety officer and municipal emergency manager. Glenn has also served as an adjunct instructor for multiple community colleges and has consulted with industries in the areas of occupational safety and emergency management. Glen is also a hazardous materials technician, specialist, and OSHA on-scene incident commander. Glenn possesses a B.S. in fire and safety engineering technology from the University of Cincinnati, a M.S. in occupational safety from East Carolina University and a graduate certificate from UNC-Chapel Hill in Community preparedness and disaster management. In addition, Glenn is an executive fire officer, certified hazardous materials manager and certified fire protection specialist.