Benefits of joining the Emergency Planning Society
Monday, April 4, 2011
The Emergency Planning Society was formed in 1993 through the merger of the Emergency Planning Association and the County Emergency Planning Officers Society. The society, its branches and its various groups organize conferences, workshops, working parties, studies and seminars to examine emergency planning practice and experience, and to develop advice on good practice. Here, Jeff McClure, Assistant Emergency Planning Manager with Northern Ireland Ambulance Service, discusses the society in more depth, and examines the role of paramedics in the society's structure.
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