Adam interviews Marc about his four most recent emergency response blog posts that were based around 'top tips' for responders . You can view them here: 1) 4 Quick Tips for Managing Flood Response 2) 6 Tips to Improving Response Team Communication 3) 5 Tips To Prepare Your Cr[...]
Adam interviews Marc about his four most recent emergency response blog posts that were based around 'top tips' for responders . You can view them here:
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