CEM, CBCP, MCML
Greg is a respected emergency management executive with decades of notable experience instituting strategic emergency, continuity and leadership programs as a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) and internationally certified Incident Command System (ICS) instructor.
He also has experience managing the largest disasters in Canadian history, as well as maintaining the role of EOC Manager for hundreds of activations while providing leadership during 6 States of Emergency. Additionally, he has shared his expertise internationally as an assessor for the Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP), and as President of the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) was invited to attend Harvard’s National Preparedness Leadership Initiative.
With in-depth knowledge and the practical experience to back it up, Greg was instrumental in the development of Canada’s National Critical Infrastructure Framework where he revised Canada’s Pandemic Plan. This included the development of emergency and business continuity processes specific to infectious disease management that were utilized during the SARS, H1N1 and COVID-19 Pandemics.
As a team member for the development of international Emergency Management Standards (ISO 24518,22301), he provides a full curriculum of training courses from the front-line responder to leaders and decision makers in management positions. He has developed and implemented Emergency Management and Continuity Programs for Fortune 500 companies including mining, oil and gas and power generation. This has resulted in the development and implementation of plans in Australia, the Caribbean and throughout North America.
Finally, Greg is a strong believer in life-long learning and continues to foster the development of high-performance teams through Emotional Intelligence training and assessments as a certified coach.