Emergency Planning Officer

(redirected from resilience officer)

Emergency Planning Officer

A named person who is responsible for ensuring that his/her organisation is in compliance with the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, by sharing information with other responders. Compliance with The Act is regularly tested through reviews or exercises (“drills”).
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Ron DeSantis earlier this month named Julia Nesheiwat as Florida's first chief resilience officer.
Luz is an alternate member of the Apec Business Advisory Council Philippines and chief resilience officer of the Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation.
Bynum announced Krystal Reyes will serve as the chief resilience officer for the city of Tulsa effective immediately.
We are extremely grateful to the many companies who responded to calls for assistance and collaborated with government agencies and LGUs," PDRF chief resilience officer Guillermo Luz added.
With a career spanning 29 years in the SFRS, Gary will joining the firm as a senior business resilience officer.
Nashville, TN, September 12, 2018 --(PR.com)-- BOLDplanning Inc., the market frontrunner in emergency management consulting and online preparedness planning solutions, announced today its hosting of a free Emergency Management Thought Leader webinar featuring Oregon's first State Resilience Officer, Mike Harryman.
Several have recently created "Chief Resilience Officer" positions to direct strategies and efforts across departments.
Should the district choose to pursue the project, tunnels could cost up to $100 million per mile, Steve Costello, the city's chief resilience officer, told the Houston Chronicle.
100RC provides this assistance through: funding for a Chief Resilience Officer in each member city who will lead the resilience efforts; resources for drafting a resilience strategy; access to private sector, public sector, academic, and NGO resilience tools; and membership in a global network of peer cities to share best practices and challenges.
'And that is why under this 100 RC initiative by New York-based Rockefeller Foundation, we appoint a chief resilience officer from each city to tell us of the pressing issues faced in their city and we will provide the expertise as well as a grant for him or her to run the strategy through for a two-year term,' Sorkin said.
Stephen Costello, whose official title is chief resilience officer, but who is known to many as Houston's flood czar, says the go-go culture of growth is here to stay, reports The Wall Street Journal.