The Emergency Manager of the Future: Summary of a Workshop -- June 13, 2003, Washington, DC
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The Emergency Manager of the Future:
Summary of a Workshop -- June 13, 2003, Washington, DC



From hurricanes to terrorism; natural, technological, and other disasters can have potentially life-threatening effects. Emergency managers of the future will need to have the necessary skills to be prepared for these and other events. The workshop discusses the role and responsibility of emergency managers of the future and the resources needed to meet forthcoming challenges.


  • Earth Sciences — Earthquakes, Floods and Natural Disasters

Publication Info

31 pages | 8 1/2 x 11

Table of Contents

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Front Matter 1-3
Forward 4-4
Disasters Roundtable: The Emergency Manager of the Future 5-20
Appendix A: Agenda 21-23
Appendix B: List of Attendees 24-26
Appendix C: Speakers Bios 27-31
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National Research Council. The Emergency Manager of the Future: Summary of a Workshop -- June 13, 2003, Washington, DC. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2003.

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