Greg Solecki is a well-known and respected emergency management executive with over 20 years of experience in implementing emergency preparedness and continuity programs for corporate, national and international organizations. As Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) Manager during the catastrophic 2013 Alberta floods, he played a pivotal role in the response to the most costly disaster in Canadian history.
Greg’s knowledge of regional, national and international standards and regulations define him as one of Canada’s leading experts in emergency management. He was therefore a natural selection to be Canada’s representative for the creation of the ISO Security and Crisis standards, a committee member for the CSAZ1600 Standard in Emergency & Continuity Management, and contributed to the development of Canada’s Critical Infrastructure Framework.
Greg is also one of few Canadians to be selected to attend Harvard University’s prestigious National Preparedness Leadership Initiative (NPLI). He has an extensive facilitation background having trained over 500 municipal and executive leaders in emergency and continuity management across Canada. He has also designed and executed emergency response and continuity exercises for both the corporate and public sectors.
With in-depth knowledge and the practical experience to back it up, Greg has also successfully designed Emergency Operations Centers, Business Unit Tactical Operations Centers, and Corporate Continuity Centers. This has included the development of emergency and business continuity processes, integration of data sources and the creation of performance measures. He is also a certified instructor to the highest level for both Incident Command System (ICS) Canada and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
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