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Invitation - When Terror Strikes: Maximizing Survival During Multi-Site Attacks

We have been asked to send you this information on an upcoming Seminar – When Terror Strikes.


Join Boston EMS and the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management for a one-day no-cost seminar:


When Terror Strikes: Maximizing Survival During Multi-Site Attacks

Lessons Learned from the November 2015 Paris Attacks


Date:  March 3rd, 8:30am-4:30pm

Location: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center


The evolving global threat environment presents new and challenging implications for first responders and receivers. Public safety, emergency management, health and medical professionals will have the opportunity to hear leadership and firsthand accounts from Parisians involved in the response operations during the November 2015 attacks in Paris.


Attendees will come away with a better understanding of:

·         Managing the medical consequences of coordinated attacks, including resource allocation, coordination and communication efforts   

·         Best practices used to support the continuum of patient care from on scene through the healthcare system

·         Adapting response operations in a high threat environment to maximize responder and public safety

Target Audience: health, medical, emergency management and public safety professionals


Registration link:

By clicking the link above, you will be directed to the seminar online registration portal. If you haven’t previously registered for a course with Reg Online, you will need to select the link, ‘Start A New Registration’. You will be guided through the process of entering your information and creating a password. All attendees will initially be placed on a waitlist to ensure seating is prioritized for the target audience.


Free Parking will be available in the South Lot for all attendees.


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