Providing Situational Intelligence for Informed Response

By Jared McCannell In Volunteer Management Posted May 1, 2018

Medical Reserve Corps: Resiliency Starts at Home

Volunteers are an essential part of community resiliency. Whether it is a volunteer fire department responding to an emergency in a rural town or individual community members mucking out basements[...]

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By Jared McCannell In Volunteer Management Posted April 24, 2018

Mother Nature Strikes, Human Nature Responds by Volunteering

"Incidents begin and end locally, and most are wholly managed at the local level.” – National Response Framework (NRF)

Time and time again we are reminded that all people are vulnerable both[...]

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By Jared McCannell In Volunteer Management Posted April 17, 2018

Don’t Be Turned Away as a Spontaneous Volunteer: Sign Up Before You Show Up

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By Jared McCannell In Volunteer Management Posted April 3, 2018

Volunteer Management: A Two-Way Street

Very few jobs are as rewarding as Volunteer Management. What other career path is almost entirely focused on helping people find ways to share their time and talent with organizations, communities[...]

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By Jared McCannell In Volunteer Management Posted March 27, 2018

ESAR-VHP Requirements Critical In Volunteer Management

Although many responding volunteers might be affiliated with established programs like the American Red Cross or area Fire Departments, self-deploying spontaneous unaffiliated volunteers are often[...]

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Situational Intelligence To Maintain Your Operational Pulse.

CORVENA mitigates threats to operational continuity and contains the costs of critical events by providing a common operating picture, improving coordination, streamlining workflows, and automating the generation of after-action reports and compliance documentation.

CORVENA is utilized by over 19,000 active users in more than 26 U.S. states. CORVENA has supported over 380,000 emergency response incidents and has supported the treatment or transfer of over 22,000 patients.

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