Emergency Preparedness Skills Program
Attend this half-day certificate program and gain the knowledge you need to develop an emergency preparedness plan and train staff to manage emergency situations in a parking environment.
June 13, 2018
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
The Commerce Club of Atlanta
191 Peachtree St NE, 49th Floor
Are you prepared? From weather-related issues to active shooters in the workplace, emergencies can affect parking facilities and operations at any time. It is critical that parking managers be able to respond to these emergencies diligently, professionally, and effectively to manage risk, safeguard employees and patrons, and protect business assets.
In this half-day certificate course learn the steps you need to take now to prepare for an emergency situation. This course will examine different types of emergencies, from natural to man-made, and outline the building blocks of an emergency response plan and how to train staff in disaster and emergency procedures.
- Learn the essential elements of an Emergency Preparedness Plan
- Learn the appropriate steps to take to prepare in advance for an emergency
- Understand the appropriate emergency procedures for natural, man-made, and other disasters.
- Coordinate a disaster plan with the client / landlord’s procedures.
- Identify training methods to empower staff to handle emergencies
- Discuss case studies and how to manage operations in a crisis situation
- Learn a systematic approach to safely evacuate a facility.
- Find resources to guide the emergency planning process
Led by a parking industry expert with decades of emergency management training, the course is a blend of classroom presentations, skills exercises, and case studies for a highly engaging learning experience.
Who Should Attend?
The course is targeted at parking managers, enforcement officers, and supervisory level employees in commercial, municipal, health care, airport and other parking operations.
Matthew Hulme, CPP, NREMT
City of Cincinnati Parking Division
The course facilitator is Matthew Hulme, CPP, NREMT. He is currently the Assistant Parking Services Supervisor for the City of Cincinnati’s Parking Division.
His previous experience includes service as a firefighter, Emergency Medical Technician, and 9-1-1 dispatcher. Matthew also has more than 15 years of service in the US Army Reserve, with deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan as a combat medic.
Matthew holds a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati, earned his CPP credential in 2016, and has been a Nationally Registered EMT (NREMT) since 2004. Matthew has taught similar emergency preparedness courses for NPA at the 2016 convention and the CPP summit, and has taught medical emergency response courses in the military since 2010.
Early-bird registration before May 4th:
NPA Members: $99 / Nonmembers: $149
Course Fee Includes:
- Course Tuition
- Course Materials
- Certificate of Completion
- Complimentary invite to NPA’s Power Network Reception at Alma Cocina 5:30-7:00 p.m.
CPP Credit Hours
This course earns 3 credit hours towards the NPA Certified Parking Professional designation or CPP recertification.
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