Lunch and Learn: Emergency Preparedness
Personal safety and security used to mean locking your doors and keeping your financial information secret. Today, safety and security have expanded definitions that include readiness for natural disasters, planning for epidemics and preventing intrusion from cyberthieves.
On Wednesday, Sept. 19, from noon-1 p.m., Christopher Woolverton, Ph.D., professor of environmental health sciences in the College of Public Health, will offer practical tips for personal safety and security using the “all-hazards” preparedness model. Attendees will learn basic preparedness skills and apply them to various emergency situations.
This important topic will be delivered in person at Heer Hall on the Kent Campus and via livestreaming. Register to view and learn in the manor of your choice, but don’t miss it. Register today using the following links:
- Register to attend via livestreaming from to any computer or device with internet access. You will receive a link within your registration confirmation.
- Register to attend in person at Heer Hall. Space is limited.
All full- and part-time employees from all campuses are encouraged to attend. For full-time, benefits-eligible employees participating in the Wellness Your Way program, this session will be worth 10 points toward the Tier Two total for 2018.
For more information related to health and wellness offerings for Kent State University faculty and staff, please contact Kim Hauge, director of employee wellness, at 330-672-7505 or email@example.com.