Our world class emergency response management and crisis leadership capability.
BCI (Business Continuity Institute) accredited training courses and a wide range of business continuity management help and support.
Supporting the events industry and organisations who are required to manage crowd situations.
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They are practitioners, activists and thought leaders who live and breathe resilience. We select and develop them very carefully to ensure that you always benefit from their knowledge, skills, experience and passion. To be an EPC facilitator or consultant is to be at the top of the game.
Head of the Emergency and Crisis Management Faculty.
Director of Resilience
Steve heads up our International Faculty and has a wealth of international training experience gained educating a wide range of personnel around the world.
Head of the Business Continuity Faculty
Andy leads our exercise capability delivering quality scenario-led learning experience for all our delegates.
Helen is the Deputy Head of the Emergency and Crisis Management Faculty.
Alex has 30 years’ experience working in the NHS and Local Government. She is a Member of the Association of Volunteer Managers and an Associate Member of the Emergency Planning Society.
Alistair is an Associate Trainer for the Emergency Planning College, delivering training in Event Planning and Retail sectors.
Andy has expertise in business continuity, crisis management, disaster recovery, emergency planning, risk and resilience.
Bob served in the Metropolitan Police and spent much of his career engaged in the policing of large-scale events.
Chris is an associate consultant and project manager for the EPC, specialising in complex exercise design and delivery and command and control training.
Chris as Director of Emergency Management Solutions Ltd provides wide ranging, quality emergency management and training consultancy for EPC.
Chris Jones provides guidance on risk assessment and event safety planning together with post incident response to investigate incidents and defend claims.
Colin is a retired senior police officer with experience in operational command and incident response, intelligence and multi-agency working.
Dan is an Associate with the Crowds and Public Safety Faculty, majoring in crowd safety and developing resilience in crowded place management. Dan is also the Lead Internal Verifier and an Assessor on the Spectator Safety Management programme.
A highly experienced emergency management professional and trainer with a diverse portfolio experience in a range of industries and agencies.
David has an extensive background of strategic multi-agency incident command experience with expertise in emergency and crisis management.
David is an experienced and versatile trainer whose EPC responsibilities include meeting the needs of children and vulnerable adults in emergencies.
David is an Emergency Planning Resilience Officer with the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust. David’s portfolio is Emergency Planning and Resilience training.
Dr Lucy Easthope is the course lead for Recovery Planning, CBRN Recovery Planning and Mass Fatalities
Planning with a particular interest in Disaster Victim Identification.
Dr Mike Drayton is a consultant clinical psychologist and an expert in organisational and individual resilience.
A former Chief Police Officer, Ian Dickinson's expertise and experience in strategic multi agency planning
contribute to the expanding EPC Exercising programme.
Joe has designed, delivered and validated a vast number of training and operational events both nationally and internationally.
A professional trainer and exercise designer in the resilience field with experience of military, government, emergency service and commercial organisations.
Kate is a former journalist who advises organisations on how to deal with the media in good times and bad.
Kate has experience within the resilience and continuity environment with private and public sector agencies at a national, regional and local levels.
Kevin specialises in organisational resilience, interoperability and learning from crises. He seeks to blend academic rigour with his practical experience
Mark has a broad experience in dealing with multi- agency incidents across the emergency services,
the military and local authority and commercial sectors.
Nick leads on COMAH and Hazardous Industry planning for the EPC and also contributes to Civil Resilience Introductory courses
Nigel Kay is a media professional who specialises in crisis communications and presentation coaching.
Patrick himself has 21 years experience in Civil Contingencies work and has provided advice to a wide variety of public and private sector organisations.
Paul runs his own successful management consultancy company providing expert advice and assistance to help build and maintain resilient organisations.
Phil is a specialist trainer in preparing for any critical incident. He continues to be deployed to hostile environments to secure hostage releases.
Philip is a former police officer who works as a consultant and trainer in civil protection and counter terrorism.
A former Director of Operations in the fire service, Rob complete professional in emergency planning and response, at all levels.
Rob is an experienced resilience trainer and consultant with a range of experience in the government, telecommunications and event sectors.
A former senior manager within the Metropolitan Police Service, Roger is keen to share his knowledge, training and experience to help others.
Scott Wilson is a senior detective and currently the National Co-ordinator for Protect and Prepare under the CONTEST strategy, based at the National Counter Terrorism headquarters in London.
Steve Corrigan is a highly experienced and knowledgeable resilience professional.
Steve specialises in risk and business continuity management with an emphasis on cultural acceptance and leadership behaviours.
Stephen brings considerable experience to the classroom in the continuity of care for
the bereaved family, the dying, and those who care for both.
Steve is a fully-qualified and accredited ‘resilience’ professional, with 12 years’ experience.
Tom Davis has over 15 years experience in events which has been gained from working in nearly every aspect of events and event management
Tom presently manages the North Yorkshire County Council Emergency Planning Unit, working with blue light services and other Civil Contingencies Act responders to provide 24/7 resilience for England’s largest county
Tony is a qualified University Lecturer and has degrees in Biochemistry and Environmental Science, an MSc in Fire and Rescue Service Management and an MBA.
Vanessa has many years experience of working with agencies and event organisers, advising, educating and implementing event safety.
With over eight years’ experience of working in Local Resilience Forms he has a knowledge and understanding of multi-agency working in emergency response environments.
Willie is one of the world’s most credible and experienced specialists in the prevention of, response to, and recovery from railway emergency incidents.
Emergency & Crisis Management
Event and Public Safety
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