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Member of the Month

Started by Annabelle Lambert in Membership. Last reply by Michael Davis-Marks Apr 7. 64 Replies

MEMBER OF THE MONTH - March 2014Adrian Ulisse…Continue

A new Project Ethos ProFile

Started by Robert Pye in Hub: London Dec 3, 2013. 0 Replies

I'm leading a project called ProFile which is the most exciting thing I've ever done.  Really.We would like to shift the culture of work to be less about inflexible fixed contracts of employment and…Continue

Tags: work, of, future, ProFile

Defining Ethos progress

Started by Fran Mullins in Business Strategy Nov 14, 2013. 0 Replies

HiWe're making great strides towards defining in a clear way what Ethos is and our ambitions for the future.A quick poll though is required to help us on our way...We don't want to describe ourselves…Continue

Defining Ethos!

Started by Fran Mullins in Business Strategy. Last reply by Robert Hook Oct 22, 2013. 3 Replies

Hi thereI'm a new partner at Ethos and am working on all aspects of the way we communicate with our members (that's you!) and also the companies and organisations we work with.Something that is clear…Continue

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Blog Posts

Policy leaders need to review Critical Infrastructure for the Future

Posted by Doug Hanchard on March 20, 2014 at 16:22 0 Comments

Disaster Managers are continually faced with elements that are beyond their control. It is a matter of fait accompli and implements response assets with what is available. In other words, it is not rocket science. But if policy makers understood the consequences based on known gaps and analysis, response agency success would dramatically improve. David Lincoln offers this overview addressing some of the issues requiring increased awareness and review in the United States.

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Multinational military operation comes together to find missing B-777

Posted by Doug Hanchard on March 17, 2014 at 19:38 6 Comments

Disaster Management is not a isolated group of people and assets inside a bubble. It often requires teamwork and expertise from outside normal channels and organizations. We have seen large scale disaster operations bring in domestic and international military units as full partners in support a disaster response. It often makes the difference between success or failure during recovery operations.

12 nations come together in an attempt to find a needle in a haystack.

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