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Webinar: Emergency Management Plan Case Study: Preparing For The Unexpected


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Topic: Emergency Management Plan Case Study: Preparing for the Unexpected

 This webinar will provide race directors an opportunity to learn about creating and developing an emergency action plan tailored to your event. Eric Sarno, founder and race director of the Quad Cities Triathlon in West Lake Park, Davenport, Iowa, will share insights with special focuses on the swim, bike, and run, and offer direct examples from his experiences with the Quad Cities Triathlon. This webinar will cover emergency asset coordination and essential steps you need for coordinating race day communication.

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Eric Sarno

Eric Sarno is the founder and race director of the Quad Cities Triathlon*, located in West Lake Park Davenport, Iowa. From Madison, Wisconsin, Eric has served as the board director for 14 years, and is a USA Triathlon All-American Age Group Triathlete and Level I USA Triathlon Certified Race Director.
*Quad Cities Triathlon is a Sprint Distance Triathlon- 600 yard swim, 15 mile bike, 3.1 mile run 
501(b) non-profit event with proceeds going to Stroke rehabilitation and the American Red Cross.



Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $14.99 USAT Member or Race Director (0 CEU); $24.99 USAT Certified Race Director (1 CEU); $29.99 Non-USAT Members (0 CEU)
Event Date: Mar. 19, 2013
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST

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