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ACP/NY Metro Chapter Announces February Session/Speaker

The New York City Metro ACP Chapter has announced that Bo Mitchell, Founder and President of 9-1-1 Consulting, will discuss “State of Readiness in the Private Sector…” at its next chapter session. The meeting will take place on Thursday, February 21 at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Group, located at 300 Vesey Street, New York, NY.

According to Mitchell, despite all the media, the vast majority of businesses don’t know a lockdown from a touchdown. Private campuses don’t know NIMS from hymns. None of these organizations has trained their employees or exercised with emergency services. Their managements don’t have command, control, and communications to hand off the emergency to emergency services when they arrive.

During “State of Readiness in the Private Sector: A Train Wreck…,” Mitchell’s dynamic presentation style will be on full display as defends his contention that readiness in the private sector – which controls 85% of the critical infrastructure in America – is a train wreck. Be prepared to an active participant in this presentation as Mitchell engages the audience in a lively discussion on this critical topic.

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