On Monday, October 17, be among executives listening to the wisdom of Miller Ingenuity CEO Steve Blue who will help lead a 'CEO Summit' discussion at Dilworth Paxson LLP in Philadelphia.
In addition to an analysis on What CEO Leadership Style Will Best Serve Us In Times Ahead, you'll also hear:
During our briefing, we'll also honor Philadelphia's SEPTA transit system and other leaders in health and safety. We’ll also report on the innovative work UPS Foundation is doing with drone aircraft in Rwanda.
Philadelphia - October 17
Once again, Safe America and Montlick Associates will spread awareness on Dangerous Driving Decisions to juniors and seniors at Charles Drew High School on Tuesday, October 25. The two organizations work together to warn teeanagers of the dangers of texting while driving, speeding, and driving under the influence.
In their programs, students get to hear from people who have suffered consequences of dangerous and distracted driving. They also get to better understand law enforcement's role when an officer believes a drive is under the influence.
The students get to use simulators to see what it is like to be involved in a crash. They also get to sign pledges to not text and drive. In addition, there is a banner students sign that stays in their school cafeteria as a reminder to not text and drive.
Avalias CEO Harold Wolpert recently made a SKYPE presentation at the UN, encouraging the WorldSafe Initiative to plan a global 'drill' in 2017 to help enhance disaster resiliency.
Wolpert offered his firm's assistance at crafting a multi-city, multi-continental exercise, sharing the idea of framing a disaster simulation that could span from London, Sydney, New York, Chicago and Washington, DC.
"I think there would be a great value in conducting a multi-city exercise," Wolpert said. "We know that there will be more disasters - and the challenge of being 'ready' to respond is enhanced when we work across regions - sharing insights and different approaches that can improve every emergency responders' approach."
It only takes one hurricane to change your life and your community. Hurricanes are one of nature’s most powerful and destructive events that the nation face, and they've caused eight of the 10 costliest disasters in U.S. history. Hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30. If you live in an area prone to hurricanes or inland flooding, now is the time to prepare. There are a number of different steps people need to take to be prepared for a hurricane, but the most basic is understanding the difference between a hurricane watch and a hurricane warning.
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Safe America CEO Len Pagano shares updates on the Foundation's work, as well as insights into other current developments.
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Marietta, GA (October 11, 2016) – On Monday, October 17th, Sprayberry high school students will get a very special lesson in driving safety courtesy of the Safe America Foundation and the law firm of Montlick & Associates.
Georgia is on trend to exceed last year’s total fatalities with 1161 year to date on Georgia roads, according to Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). Despite the efforts of the legislature and law enforcement distracted driving continues to play an increasing role in car crash fatalities and injuries in our state.
The Safe America FoundationTM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit chartered in 1994, with headquarters in suburban Atlanta. The Foundation partners with corporate, governmental, public and private sector organizations, and other nonprofits to save lives by emphasizing safety education and emergency preparedness.
Other key goals include helping returning Veterans transition safely to civilian life and teaching safe driving techniques.
Safe America is Local CFC of the Greater Atlanta-Athens Charity #78459