Our Region. Our Risks. Our Response.
After a disaster, many affected businesses never reopen. For your organization’s survival--and to ensure the safety of your staff and associates--you need to be prepared for emergencies. The American Red Cross is here to help.
From cyber security, to workplace violence, to natural disasters, learn how to mitigate and manage risks before disaster strikes. Our Emergency Preparedness Academy joins emergency planning and response leaders from around the Midwest to learn how to build a culture of preparedness.
The next Academy will be held on September 14, 2017 in St. Louis. Contact Bill Engfehr for information at firstname.lastname@example.org
The following documents and resource links are from the September 22, 2016, Preparedness Academy.
The following documents and resource links were taken from our Preparedness Academy held on March 10, 2016.
Rev. William Engfehr discusses what you should be telling your congregation before, during and after an emergency. Rev. Engfehr was the senior pastor at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Collinsville, IL, from 1993-2013 and is a chaplain for the Illinois State Police. He is currently a member of the Southern Illinois Critical Incident Team as well as the Greater St. Louis Critical Incident Stress Management Team. He is a Preparedness Specialist with the Red Cross.
Rev. Engfehr is available to speak to groups of clergy and religious leaders about:
For more information, or to schedule a presentation, contact Bill Engfehr at email@example.com or 314.516.2753.