Hammonton, NJ – August 2006 – Eileen Unger, President and CEO of Emergency Preparedness Partnerships, presented a workshop at the New Jersey Industrial Safety Council Summer Professional Development Conference on Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity, held on August 14, 2206 at Rider University, Lawrence Township, New Jersey. She talked about “Things You Should Do Before Disaster Strikes” and noted that “the complexity of the plan that needs to be developed will be different for every business because each business has unique vulnerabilities.” Unger took the mystery out of the planning process by distributing a series of forms that could be filled in by the workshop attendees to form the basis of their plan. Attendees left the room impressed and well-informed.
The New Jersey Industrial Safety Committee is established within the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The Committee membership is appointed by the Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development and is comprised of persons who have taken a prominent part in the field of accident prevention, or are responsible for accident prevention matters in the organization in which they are employed. The membership is a cross section of the various geographical areas of the State and various businesses and public sectors within the State.