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  • State
    North Carolina
  • City
    Eastern NC
  • Zipcode
  • Job Title
    CEO of Global Emergency Management Associates, LLC
  • Company
    Brian K. Rand Author
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  • Private Response & Coordination of Public/Private/Nonprofit
    Addressing the needs of private, public, and nonprofit topics for security, emergency management, hiring practices, special programs and implementation, penetration testing, security principles for employees, travel precautions, and program auditing to correct issues or bring existing programs up-to-date.
  • Community Volunteer Group
    Development, implementation, and successful continuity of instituting a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program.
  • Disaster Services Government
    Master planner, program developer, and existing program auditor for local, state, and federal emergency management programs.
  • Exercises, Drills & Training
    Master training officer, drill development, drill execution, and after-action hot-wash oversight. From basic table-top drills to full-scale multi-agency response drills. Helping communities and government achieve "buy-in" for support and funding.
  • First Aid, CPR & Household Preparedness
    Individual and family preparedness, workplace resiliency programs,
  • First Responder
    Active shooter, and tactical EMS for police and fire services. Lessons-learned, in-depth discussions on the mind of the active shooter and training and response for active threats.
  • Healthcare & Public Health
    Workplace resiliency programs, program audits, and corrections, implementation of new programs tailored to specific industries, insider-threat.
  • Incident Command System & Incident Management
    Full range of ICS and Incident Management subjects, including expansion of existing programs, grants, support agreements and much more.
  • Innovation, Technology & Sustainability
    Utilization of existing programs and grants to tailor-fit programs to the customer. Innovation in hiring practices of individuals, and repurposing existing assets for best practices.
  • Leadership, Communication & Motivational
    Bridging the gap between the program and leadership to achieve more productive "buy-in" from leadership and how to best present your program for successful growth and viability.
  • Mental & Behavioral Health: Responders + Survivors
    In-depth First Responder, military veteran, and survivor mindset and resiliency/prevention topics. Topics include suicide, insider threat, regaining personal control, and warning signs of at-risk individuals.
  • Phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, Recovery
    All phases of the cycle of the emergency management wheel, plus innovation in planning and strategy tactics exclusive to "Rand's Rule of 8's" and emergency planning.
  • Preparedness, Continuity, & Contingency Planning
    Expert contingency planner that tailors programs to specific needs of a community, business, or government agency needs. Topics include at-risk individuals, active threat/shooter, use of the community through private partnerships, and support agreements.
  • Program Development, Assessment & Staff Management
    Cradle-to-grave program development for all emergency management and resiliency topics, lessons learned, and grants/grant writing.
  • Resilience
    Preparedness, response, mitigation, training and resiliency program creation and auditing, volunteer management and implementation of CERT programs to gain community involvement and support.
  • Terrorism
    Proxyism, domestic and international terrorism topics, geographically specific issues and training, lessons learned, and methodologies.
  • Volunteer Management, Volunteer Responder, Nonprofit
    Successful volunteer recruitment, training, longevity, security, and grant program utilization for starting or expanding existing programs.
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  • Summary
    Brian K. Rand has served the United States and its citizens for over 20 years in public service. Brian also worked privately as a trusted risk advisor executive. Heis a graduate of Anna Maria College in Paxton, MA with a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Emergency Management, a Bachelor’s Degree in Fire Science Administration (Summa Cum Laude) from Salem State University in Salem, MA, and an Associate’s Degree in Fire Protection and Safety Technology (Summa Cum Laude) from Middlesex Community College in Bedford, MA.

    After serving as a U.S. Marine Infantry Sergeant assigned to and deploying with the First Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team (USMC FAST Co.), Brian worked as a fire officer for Metro Boston, Watertown Fire Department and served as the Department Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Coordinator, Training Officer, Infection Control Officer, and Emergency Management Coordinator. Reenlisting as a U.S. Army Combat Medic during his fire department career, Brian again served the citizens of the United States working with burn and blast victims of improvised explosive devices, rocket-propelled grenades, and other various combat-related burn injuries at the Brook Army Medical Hospital in San Antonio, TX.

    Brian served as an awarded Intelligence Officer and subject matter expert in emergency management and preparedness specializing in chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosions, improvised explosives device expert, and mass casualty incident planner for the Intelligence Community and the Department of Defense. Brian was hired as a multi-state Director for Pinkerton© Corporate Risk Management. Based out of Washington D.C. and covering Maryland, Delaware, and Philadelphia field offices, Brian provided comprehensive risk management and full-spectrum private security services to over 90-percent of all Fortune 1000 companies in over 100 counties.

  • Highlights
    His awards include: The United States Presidential award of “Champion of Change” from President Barack Obama; the FEMA “Community Preparedness Hero” award presented by Craig Fugate, Administrator of FEMA; five awards from the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community; and two awards for the preservation of human life from the Metro Boston, Watertown, MA Fire
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  • Session Types
    • Keynote
    • Workshop
    • Breakout Session
    • Panel
    • Trainer
    • Remote/Webinar/Live Video
    • Consulting
  • Cancellation Policy
    Informal: Full refund and flexibility
  • Price Range
    $1500 To $0
  • Experience
    25 Year(s)
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