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How to Prepare for a Job Interview in Emergency Management

Posted by Dakota Duncan on April 17, 2018

What do you look for when looking for a job? Are you interested in working with a county Office of Emergency Management? Or working OEM within a police or a fire department? Or perhaps you’re looking to move into the private sector?

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Topics: Job interview, Emergency managers, public safety

3 Emergency Managers you Should follow on LinkedIn (Part 2)

Posted by Base Camp Connect on October 30, 2017

Last summer, we published an article about emergency management experts that people should follow on LinkedIn. Given the popularity of the article, we have decided to find 3 other amazing emergency managers that you should start following right now. Ready to find out who they are?

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Topics: disaster planning, Emergency Management Influencers, public safety, recovery, Mitigation

3 Emergency Managers you should follow on LinkedIn

Posted by Base Camp Connect on July 6, 2017

LinkedIn is a great place to stay on top of the latest emergency management news. This is why we have selected 3 emergency management experts that you should start following today. If you know other people who deserve to be mentioned, feel free to share their names in the comment section!

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Topics: Emergency Management Influencers, public safety, emergency management

One Year Blog Anniversary!

Posted by Base Camp Connect on April 18, 2017

One year ago, we have decided to start a blog on public safety communications! We have partnered with five amazing emergency management professionals to bring you the best content about public safety trends, news, and tips. We want to thank them for their incredible work they have done throughout the year. Thanks to them, we published 47 articles that were read more than 7000 times!

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Topics: public safety communications, public safety, communications

How to Manage Radio Communications during Special Operations ?

Posted by Paul Calderwood on January 3, 2017

I was reading an email earlier from the Federal Emergency Management Agency about a new program that they have designed and are offering. After reading the description, I started to think about the radio communications involved with these types of events. 

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Topics: Bombing, communication, public safety, incident

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