The World Health Organisation (WHO) said there is no evidence that the Ebola epidemic is being brought under control. With deaths reaching 4000, international agencies and governments are fighting to contain the world’s worst Ebola epidemic in the diseases history.
Now that the disease is in the United States are we really focusing on what we should? How do we effectively digest and translate all these threats into our daily operations and campaigns while attempting to maintain what we have already established?
National threat assessment advisor and pandemic specialist Eddy Weiss talks about the threat of Ebola in the United States and what every person and organization needs to know.
Certified by FEMA, John Hopkins and Yale University School of Medicine, Eddy Weiss is the foremost expert on epidemics, disaster preparedness and emergency management.
Mr. Weiss’ knowledge and expertise comes from an incredible number of hands on experiences with virtually every major act of domestic terrorism and national disasters this country has faced over the last 15 years. From 9-11, to Katrina, Sandy, to Columbine, Eddy has been there as a first responder and assisting agencies and individuals cope with crisis. His firsthand account of terrorism and national disasters provides a backdrop to his keynote addresses and puts him as the respected authority on the subject.
Disaster Awareness & Preparedness
Terrorism, ISIS, Bioterrorism, etc.
Pandemic, Epidemic Awareness & Preparedness
Disaster Triage for Epidemics
Active Shooter avoidance