HAP Blog

January 17, 2023

The Sprint and Marathon of Emergency Management

There’s the old adage that I’m sure you’ve heard before: It’s a marathon, not a sprint. When someone says this, they’re reminding you to see the big picture. We can’t just react to the challenges in front of us, but also the ones in the distance.

January 03, 2023

Maintaining Resiliency in 2023

It’s hard to believe we have reached the start of another year. During the pandemic, our overall sense of time can feel fluid, as we respond to one emergency after another. Maybe it’s just me, but 2022 was quite a year, and one word comes to mind: resiliency.

November 01, 2022

Why Exercising Keeps Your Capabilities Sharp

When you think about the time we spend on the various phases of emergency management, you quickly learn that most of our effort resides in the preparedness phase. 

June 30, 2022

Part 2: What to Do When the Power Goes Out

With summer officially underway, we have to be ready for severe storms, extreme heat, and other conditions that can knock the power offline. Part two of this two-part series looks at three critical factors to add to your emergency list so your power plan is ready for the summer.

June 15, 2022

Part One: What to Do When the Power Goes Out

The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) recently released an assessment of North America’s electrical grid, highlighting energy vulnerabilities, especially during the summer months. The report gives another reason to think about our preparedness and get ready.

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