The Orange County Chapter of the Association of Contingency Planners (ACP) is hosting a meeting on January 9, 2013, from noon to 3 pm, at the offices of the American Red Cross, located at 600 Park Center Drive, in Santa Ana, regarding “ 2012 Lessons Learned – Panel Discussion.”
2012 was an another incident packed year. From the regional impacts of Hurricane Sandy on the North East to localized tragedies like the Colorado movie theater mass shooting, this year has given us all a chance to stretch our programs and the assumptions of what it is we need to plan for.
Join the ACP-OC to hear their panel of speakers discus how their companies faced some of these and other challenges head on and what lessons they learned during their responses to this memorable year.
Panel Members include:
- Christopher Riccardi, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Supervisor Safety & Security, Environmental Safety Officer, Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center San Pedro
- Susan Zielan, CBCP, Disaster Recovery, Molina Healthcare, Inc.
- Philip Bigge, VP, Consulting Services, The Center for Continuity Leadership
This meeting is free for ACP-OC members and costs $25 for non-members. Register by email to email@example.com by January 3rd. Click here to purchase an individual membership, which costs $100.
This meeting will be Sponsored by F24 AG:
F24 AG, founded in 2000 in Munich, Germany, delivers highly secure emergency notification and crisis management solutions. The F24 product FACT24 is used in one third of the countries throughout the world with more than 500 major companies as customers. F24 has offices in Munich, New York, London, Paris, Madrid and Prague. We are also located on the web at www.f24.com
About the ACP OC
ACP is the Premier Organization for contingency planners, business continuity professionals and emergency managers. ACP provides members an excellent information exchange experience and opportunities to set emergency response and recovery trends while strengthening relationships through ACPs alliances with public and private partners.
The Association began as an informal organization in 1983. The original group was formally organized in 1984 as a non-profit organization. In 1985, Articles of Incorporation were submitted to the State of California that sets guidelines for chartering chapters and the operational principles of the ACP Board of Directors. The ACP Board of Directors consists of officers who direct the business of the Association while Chapters are directed by officers who tailor activities to the needs of their membership.