IPSA’s 2016 symposium to address contemporary issues facing EMS
The symposium will include discussing issues like critical incidents, active shooter situations, terrorism and mass casualty incidents
GOODYEAR, Ariz. — The International Public Safety Association’s 2016 Fall Symposium is scheduled for October 25 to the October 26 in Tempe, Arizona. Contemporary issues facing today’s emergency first responders include: critical incidents, active shooter, terrorism, mass casualty incidents, mental health and leadership will be addressed. The peer-to-peer exchange of information and lessons learned during this event will lend itself to be a truly valuable and educational forum for all emergency first responders.
“This will be a true networking and information sharing experience between all emergency first responders. It’s not very often a law enforcement official is in the same type of educational setting gleaning from his/her counterpart in the fire service or EMS. Our Symposium will include moderated panels, traditional presentations, and facilitated round table discussions to encourage information sharing and networking with everyone in attendance," Heather R. Cotter, International Public Safety Association's Executive Director said.
This "all hands on deck" Symposium is open to the entire public safety community and registration is open to both Members and Non-Members. Space is limited and early registration is advised.
Being a Sponsor of the International Public Safety Association’s Fall Symposium provides networking opportunities and corporate visibility for public sector companies interested in promoting their services and solutions within the public safety vertical. The four-tiered sponsorship levels include Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze.
The International Public Safety Association, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, was established July 2014 in the State of Arizona to bring the public safety community closer together by offering opportunities to network, cross-train and build a stronger public safety community capable of an effective joint response to all incidents.