Lessons from the Aviation Industry - Mindfulness and a New Framework for Emergency Response [video]
Center for Homeland Defense and Security Naval Postgraduate School
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Homeland Security professionals can lose focus in the grips of an emergency response in some cases endangering themselves and others. Ryan Fields, Coordinator, Office of Emergency Management, Aurora, Colorado gives an important talk on what we can learn from the aviation industry about staying calm during a critical emergency response using real-world examples from the aviation industry.
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