On Emergency Planning with Amanda Mullins
In this episode, we are joined by Amanda Mullins, Program Manager at the City of Ottawa’s Event Central Office. Amanda will be providing an overview of the importance of Emergency Planning and what resources and support services are available to festival organizers in their efforts to avoid, minimize and mitigate emergency risks at their events.
OFN acknowledges the generosity of the Canada Council for the Arts for supporting this series.
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