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    Early Alert, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, All Hazard Training (AHT) comprises of an elite team of widely respected professionals in the emergency management industry. Working together with you to build, sustain and improve your capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards.

    Each of our staff of experts has decades of practical experience in their individual hazard management specialties, and with over a century of combined experience, we have the expertise and skill to deliver the highest quality services and products to our many clients.

    We are proud to say these highly skilled practitioners include: Certified Emergency Managers with extensive federal, state and local experience; teams of meteorologists, with decades of experience working within the highest echelons of government service; All Hazard Instructors and Master Exercise Practitioners; All Hazard Planners, Analysts, Program Managers and a wide variety of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) located across the nation. This “multi-discipline” advantage provides the flexibility to serve our clients’ needs with the best and most appropriate expertise. Each emergency deployment presents a unique set of challenges, and the Early Alert “Best Practices” model for effective deployment ensures the expertise required for the job at hand is available in the timeliest manner.

    In addition, Early Alert is proud to rely on the service of our military veterans.

    Having proudly and honorably dedicated themselves to the service of our country, we are equally proud and honored to enjoy the benefit of their continuing service in the protection of our families, our family of Early Alert continuity planning and corporate resiliency partners, and the general betterment of our lives.

    The following list of professional credentials are a sample of Early Alert’s higher education and national certifications.

  • Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science
  • Master’s Degree in Industrial Management–Safety
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Science and Mathematics
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
  • Bachelor's Degree in Science in Geological Sciences
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Fire Science Management, and Safety Technology
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Meteorology
  • Associate's Degree of Science in Emergency Services
  • National Certified Emergency Manager (CEM)
  • National Certified Public Manager (CPM)
  • National Certified Supervisory Manager (CSM)
  • National Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM)
  • Certified Municipal Clerk
  • Certified Business Continuity Professional
  • Certified Business Continuity Lead Auditor
  • NFPA 1600 “Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity/Continuity of Operations Programs"
  • DHS/FEMA:

         • Executive Analysis of Fire Service Operations in Emergency Management (R306)
         • Command and Control of Fire Department Operations at Natural and Man-made Disasters (R308)
         • Advanced Incident Management and Unified Command
         • Command and Control of Major Operations
         • Continuity of Operations Professional Development Series
         • Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)
         • Master Exercise Practitioners
         • National Incident Management System (NIMS) IS-700
         • National Response Framework IS-800
         • Incident Command System (ICS) 100 through 400
         • L-449 ICS Master/Lead Instructor

  • All-Hazards ICS Position Specific & TtT:

         • O-305 | AHIMT USFA Type 3 Incident Management Team (AHIMT O-305)
         • L-950 All-Hazards Incident Commander (IC)
         • L-952 All-Hazards Public Information Officer (PIO)
         • L-954 All-Hazards Safety Officer (SOFR)
         • L-956 All-Hazards Liaison Officer (LOFR)
         • L-958 All-Hazards Operations Section Chief (OSC)
         • L-960 All-Hazards Division/Group Supervisor (DIVS)
         • L-962 All-Hazards Planning Section Chief (PSC)
         • L-964 All-Hazards Situation Unit Leader (SITL)
         • L-965 All-Hazards Resources Unit Leader (RESL)
         • L-967 All-Hazards Logistics Section Chief (LSC)
         • L-969 All-Hazards Communications Unit Leader (COML)
         • L-970 All-Hazards Supply Unit Leader (SPUL)
         • L-971 All-Hazards Facilities Unit Leader (FACL)
         • L-973 All-Hazards Finance/Administration Section Chief (FSC)
         • L-975 All-Hazards Finance/Administration Unit Leaders (FAUL)
         • L-984 All-Hazards Task Force/Strike Team Leader (TF/ST)
         • L-947 Emergency Operations Center– Incident Management Team Interface

A list of actual “on-site” / "hands-on" experience with disaster management, command and control, incident action planning and incident management support teams can be found here.

	                

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