The Feb. 16 event will include live presentations by experts on business continuity plans, fire safety, CPR, and disaster preparedness.

Registration Opens for OH&S February 2011 Virtual Event

Don't let a storm, fire, or some other calamity put your operation out of business. Our Feb. 16 event will include live presentations by experts on business continuity plans, fire safety, CPR, and disaster preparedness. Register now!

Four live presentations by emergency response and preparedness experts are featured in a Feb. 16, 2011, virtual event being offered by Occupational Health & Safety. Registration is quick, easy, and free.

This all-day educational and networking event will include a one-hour keynote presentation by Rachel Stein Dickinson, deputy commissioner for Finance, Policy and Administration at the New York City Office of Emergency Management, as well as one-hour live presentations by Barry R. Weissman, president of Weissman Consultants, LLC; Craig Schroll, CSP, SFPE, president of FIRECON; and Sherrie C. Wilson, founder of Emergency Management Resources and founder/CEO of These will include a live Q&A portion when the presenters answer questions submitted by attendees.

The event includes an expo where attendees can chat with sponsors' representatives and access videos, white papers, and other materials. They can talk with others attending the event in the networking lounge, gain points to become eligible for prizes, and listen to on-demand presentations if they were unable to attend any of them live.

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