Community Preparedness in Advance of Major Events
When you work at a vital blood provider for multiple hospitals and healthcare facilities, people depend on your services — especially during emergencies.
In this episode, DeKeitra Fitzgerald, Claims and Safety Manager, and Richard Dunn, Security and Resilience Manager, from Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center, share the strategies they use to ensure they can provide the community with those essential services when they are needed most.
- Security challenges at donor facilities
- How they prepare their organization and the community for a major event
- Resiliency management and disaster mitigation initiatives
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