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Eric Holdeman_EM author

Eric Holdeman

Contributing Writer

Eric Holdeman is a contributing writer for Emergency Management and is the former director of the King County, Wash., Office of Emergency Management.

He can be reached by emailTwitter and Google+.

Risk management applies to the individual and organizations.
I just don’t see it happening at this point.
Let’s try pushing different buttons to see what works.
Every emergency manager should have this on their list of events.
I like and trust the CDC, but...
The latest Disaster Zone podcast is about measuring out public health preparedness.
The Disaster Zone podcast is included in this list.
Since ransomware is in the news with the oil pipeline.
Some guidelines to help you have a process.
Really, it is to be expected now and in the future.
This should have a high possibility of being passed.
There is a wide variety of reasons being given for not getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
Sustained leadership and funding will make a difference.
Everyone needs one!
This goes beyond drones to people transport.
When it happens where you live, it becomes important.
How can I get experience in emergency management? Work in a project position!
Emergency managers get involved in these, too.
Most troublesome, this has to do with logistics.
Understanding the vaccine science can be helpful.
The grand experiment foisted on employers and workers continues.
And, we will have to ease out of the pandemic.
You might rethink how you have been conducting cybersecurity training.
Blood clots in six people out of 7 million vaccinations.
This is for Pierce County, Wash.
How would you feel if you were 107 years old?
This is the issue that Brock Long stressed as being better than a disaster kit.