- Community Volunteer Group (CERT,NERT,VOAD,COAD,MRC,Neighborhood)
- Disaster Services Government (County,State,FEMA)
- Exercises, Drills & Training
- First Aid, CPR & Household Preparedness
- Healthcare & Public Health
- Incident Command System & Incident Management
- Innovation, Technology & Sustainability
- Security, IT, Cyber & Data Mgmt
Job TitleOwner | Emergency Manager
CompanyDoberman Emergency Management Group
How Far Are You Willing to Travel?
Community Volunteer GroupVolunteer Emergency Response Team Program Development
Building a successful Volunteer ERT, providing baseline and continual training, frequency of communications, team structure, and more. This is for the management of a Volunteer ERT.
Occupant Emergency Training
Various training topics including: CERT, Active Shooter, General Preparedness, Evacuation and Mustering, and Widescale Natural Hazard (specific) trainings.
COVID-19Response and Reopening Strategies: An After Action
1. What the Ebola Response (should have) taught us about COVID-19 and utilizing a national messaging strategy IN the pandemic. 2. How data impacts the reopening strategy, using antigen testing to reopen schools. 3. Decision Making and the use of data science to improve response and recovery, a review of vaccination sites.
Disaster Services GovernmentHurricane Harvey
From management to response of the largest hurricane response in US History. Overview and lessons learned. Also the innovative approaches we took due to multiple type 1 concurrent events. GIS information included.
FEMA's Role in Disaster Response
A review of the National Incident Management Assistance Team (N-IMAT) pulling from numerous hurricane, wildfire, tornadic, mass-flooding, volcanic, and ice storm events.
Exercises, Drills & TrainingFull Scale Exercise Design
Building an exercise to test and stretch the capabilities of EMAs and stakeholders. Strategies to implement and key take-aways.
,May build and assist in the supervision of exercises, drills, table-tops, and other like events for conferences.
First Aid, CPR & Household PreparednessGeneral Preparedness
Home and Community preparedness tips from a National Strike Team Member: the must haves and critical actions for life-saving, life-sustaining situations.
Healthcare & Public HealthA Review of Major Epidemics and Pandemics
Polio, H1N1, Ebola, and COVID-19 have each impacted the World, each relate to each other. Lessons learned and critical actions for the next Big One.
Incident Command System & Incident ManagementRoles and Responsibilities: An ICS Overview
Innovation, Technology & SustainabilityCreating the Nation's First Disaster Response Drone Team
From the creator, developer, and pilot in command of the inaugural use of drones in disasters. Our lessons learned and key take-aways.
ResilienceResilience is King & Why It's Time for Revolution
Former member of the National Strike Team and current Host of the Disaster Tough Podcast talks about the future of emergency management.
Security, IT, and Data MgmtConnecting Emergency Management to GIS
Emergency Manager turned GIS Unit Leader talks about the intersection of data analysis and the Disaster Lifecycle. What you need to know about data and what it can do for your organization. This is your need-to-know. This is the starting point.
SummaryJohn Scardena is a subject matter expert (SME) in emergency and disaster management. As a former Federal Emergency Response Official, John has been a driving force in every aspect of the Disaster Life-cycle. John’s service includes Unit Leader and Geospatial Intelligence SME on the National Incident Management Assistance Team- West (N-IMAT West), one of three Congressionally-mandated Type 1 National Strike Teams. John created and developed the first tactical level Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) program for FEMA and acted as pilot in command for multiple Presidentially-declared disasters, including responses to Hurricane Harvey and the 2017 California wildfires. John is the owner of Doberman Emergency Management, based in Sacramento, California.
HighlightsWildfire Management Conference 2020- Keynote Speaker
Disaster Tough Podcast Host
Hurricane Matthew Response
Hurricane Harvey Response
Southern California Wildfire Outbreak 2017 Response
Creation of National Strike Team Drone Operations
Kilauea Volcanic Eruption Response & Recovery
Southern GA Winter Storm and Tornado Recovery
Oroville Dam Recovery
Alaskan Earthquake Response and Recovery
Mass Flooding Response Midwest – MO, IL, IA
Japan Tohoku Response and Recovery
May Waive FeeYes
- Breakout Session
- Planning/Meeting Facilitation
- Master of Ceremonies/Moderator
- Remote/Webinar/Live Video
Cancellation PolicyFormal: No refund post booking unless mutually agreed upon
Price Range$2000 To $10000
Events Last Year 1
|Event Title||Event Date||Location|
|Wildland Fire Conference||June 02, 2020||Online due to COVID-19|
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