After years of study and training, R²EBA goes beyond the oft-cited “Run, Hide, Fight” response used by many training programs and will save lives. Continue Reading VPC advances lifesaving training for active shooter threats with R²EBA
News of additional cyber crimes on pipelines, healthcare facilities, and the federal response against the perpetrators is only getting warmed up. Continue Reading The crimes of the future are here now
Industrial and commercial hazardous waste operations that generate small, medium, or large quantities of hazardous waste should expect additional audits as the EPA and OSHA begin increasing enforcement. Continue Reading Indiana industrial HAZWOPER training can save employers thousands or millions in fines
A severe flood in 2008 washed away roads, dams, and bridges in Johnson County, leaving many homeowners with nothing. Continue Reading Johnson County EMA learned why mitigation plans are vital in 2008. And a lot has changed since then.
Steuben Co. officials weren’t going to hire outside help for their COVID test sites. But the cost/benefits quickly changed minds. Continue Reading Steuben County health leaders see benefits of getting outside help with COVID testing
Noble County was preparing for an emergency. Then COVID-19 struck. See how VPC transitioned seamlessly from planning to execution in the rural northeast Indiana county. Continue Reading Noble County was planning for an emergency. Then COVID-19 happened.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. These 12 free reports, factsheets, planners, and slide decks are a great way for you or your IT teams to think about your preparedness. Continue Reading 12 of the best, free downloads for cybersecurity planners and preparation
Do your doors fit and shut? When’s the last time you had a drill? Marshals and OSHA are looking at more than just your fire extinguishers. Continue Reading What to do before the fire marshal and fire inspections come
For agencies and enterprises operating amid COVID-19, VPC is available to assist with COOP, PPE, and POD training. Continue Reading Rapid PPE training and Continuity of Operations Planning amid COVID-19
March 16 kicked off Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Despite the dire health situation surrounding COVID-19, the weather is changing in Indiana and that brings new danger. Continue Reading What happens when it storms in a week, or three and there’s a pandemic?