Resilience Information Exchange - Ottawa
RIE Ottawa Virtual Event
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern
Event Description
TUES, MAR 26 (13h00-14h00 EST)

Applications of Battle-Tested Military Methodology to Civilian Disaster Resilience

The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) routinely operate in areas of disaster, upheaval, and chaos. While CAF objectives predominately differ from those of business and even other government departments, there are clear advantages to be found in exploiting the best and most applicable methodologies and approaches. Mark Nasmith, decorated CAF veteran of 31 years, highlights grounded, proven, and lived military experience to provide actionable, achievable, and acronym-free recommendations to improve performance at the spear-tip of emergency management.

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Cost: FREE to members of all DRIE/RECO/BCMIE/EPICC Chapters.

Speaker Profile:  Mark Nasmith retired from the Canadian Armed Forces after 31 years as a senior officer and Air Combat Systems Operator. 17 years of flying operations, on both naval helicopters and fighter jet aircraft, involved search and rescue, counter-piracy, narcotics, and terrorism missions. Senior staff and leadership positions ranged from the tactical to the institutional levels, inter-departmental planning and response, and work with Sikorsky, Boeing, General Dynamics, and Lockheed Martin.
Mark founded Watchtower Emergency Management Inc. to provide practical emergency management solutions augmented by decades of military experience. Watchtower’s most recent customer was the crisis analysis department at the Canada Life Assurance Company.


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