Second life?? Oh yeah; for how many?

Submitted by rongoertz on July 12, 2007 - 9:03am.

Hi all,

New on the block; new in this network.
Looking for the real stuff outside of my own day-to-day habitat. Network, learn, exchange, refer, assist, help. Guess we all need that from time to time.

I started my first blog a couple of months ago; take a look.
Might not exactly be what you guys expect, but hey, it's a start and sofar it has all to do with being ready and prepared; are we ever??

First life's on the line!

cheers for now,
Ron

http:www.improvefirstlife.blogspot.com

Submitted by jcravens42 on July 12, 2007 - 11:09am.

I bet a lot of people here on the community would be interested in your impressions of your recent Emergency Response Support Team (ERST) training. I encourage you to share your thoughts about such here (how the training was, why you took it, etc.)

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Jayne Cravens
www.coyotecommunications.com/development/
Kabul, Afghanistan

Submitted by rongoertz on July 19, 2007 - 12:43pm.

The team at the moment consists of a group of experts (mainly in ops kind of roles) from around the world and have all been appointed as members on APR01 last. The training was a first time together to learn to know each other and the co-ordinators behind the scene (from TNT and WFP). The 3-day program included a wide variety of subjects, basically evolving around the various stages in the response process. Quite a bit of time was spent on the 4 basic role models in case of deployment and on security. Interesting days, great, motivated and very committed people!

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