Academic Professional Security Series

The Office of Emergency Preparedness and the UGA Center for International Trade and Security will host periodic seminars designed to bring together professionals and academics working in the areas of security to increase collaboration between the two groups. The seminars are part of the Academic-Professional Security Series. Information about upcoming seminars will be posted on this Website. For further information or questions about the Academic-Professional Security Series, contact the Office of Emergency Preparedness at (706) 542-2778 or email John Newton. A Time to Remember - A Time to Prepare - Sept. 11, 2014 FBI Agent Gina Young, who responded to the 9/11 attacks ...
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CPR/AED Certification

Would you know what to do in a cardiac, breathing or first aid emergency? The right answer could help you save a life. As a member for the University of Georgia community, you should really consider becoming certified in CPR/AEDs. There are several opportunities for certification on the UGA campus and within the Athens-Clarke County community. The University Health Center offers several classes throughout the year, along with Recreational Sports. The American Red Cross and Athens Regional also offer certification classes. Please become certified in CPR, it could save a life ...
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Training Classes offered by OEP

The Office of Emergency Preparedness (OEP) also offers emergency planning and preparedness training through a variety of programs and classes - some by request. See list below for a sample of classes offered. Class schedules and registration links will be posted on this site's homepage as they become available. Check this site often for class updates and information. After September 11, 2001, federal, state, and local emergency and enforcement agencies enhanced their emergency preparedness plans and training. However, as witnessed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, first responders may not be able to prevent the loss of lives and property ...
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