Do 1 Thing presented at the Michigan Safety Conference on Do 1 Thing Business

We were honored to be asked back to speak at the Michigan Safety Conference this year again. Do 1 Thing presented two sessions,on Do 1 Thing Business the first took place: April 14th and we had another one on April 15th!

From the Michigan Safety Conference Website: http://www.michsafetyconference.org/index.php/divisions?id=74:security&catid=47
Do 1 Thing Business (Intermediate) Erika Mahoney, PEM, Do1Thing Regional Homeland Security Planner, Region 1; Ronda Oberlin, CFM, PEM, CEM, Emergency Management Specialist, City of Lansing; and Rob Dale, Ingham County Homeland Security.

The decisions you make in a disaster can be critical to the health of your organization, but the disaster environment is high-speed and low-visibility. Planning now can equip you to make better decisions when the time comes. Small businesses and non-profits may feel that they don't have the resources (time, money, or expertise) to create a continuity plan. Do 1 Thing Business is designed to overcome the barriers that keep small and medium-sized organizations from preparing for disaster. Learn how to protect your business, and make your community more resilient, with this easy to implement program.

We would like to thank Mr.Paul Beasinger, from Keene Training and Consulting LLC for inviting us for the last two years to speak.

The Lansing Board of Water and Light's in kind donation came to $900.00 in just the printing of the business books, without them we would not have been able to pass out the needed program information. “We are happy to support Do1Thing in developing community resilience through preparedness, said Trent Atkins Director of Emergency Management for the Board of Water and Light.”


Below is a picture of Rob Dale, Do 1 Thing Vice President presenting at the conference.