AtRisk Registry™ at the IDCE in New Orleans, February 10-12

The AtRisk Registry™ team is exhibiting at the International Disaster Conference and Expo this week at the Ernest N Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. This event brings together professionals from all over the world to address issues related to disaster preparation, response, recovery and mitigation. Read on for more information.


According to the IDCE:

The International Disaster Conference and EXPO (IDCE) unites the most internationally recognized and distinguished professionals from around the world for three days of problem solving, planning and preparation, discussing relevant issues dealing with Emergency Management, Homeland Security, First Response, Loss Mitigation, Business Continuity, and all other disciplines within the fields of Disaster Preparation, Response, Recovery, and Mitigation on a global scale.

The focus of IDCE is to create opportunities for the Public and Private sectors to engage. The brightest minds, sharpest talents, and hardest workers the international community has ever produced will meet for a common goal and purpose: To better the performance of Planning, Response, and Recovery, further mitigating future loss of life and property when such catastrophic events occur anywhere in the world.

IDCE attendees will include decision makers whose actions and policies shape the global landscape and methods in which public and private sector industry professionals do their job; discussing best-practices according to the lessons learned and new challenges uniquely presented to each region, territory, state and municipality.

Registration and the event schedule can be found on the ICDE website. If you’re attending, be sure to stop by the exhibit hall to visit with the AtRisk Registry™ team and other organizations that are working to make our communities safer in the event of a disaster. 

The AtRisk Registry™, powered by mumms Software, is a web-based system that lets emergency personnel track the real-time status, location, and medical needs of vulnerable individuals when disaster strikes. It securely stores medical information and provides comprehensive reporting to help agencies collaborate more effectively at every stage of an evacuation. Learn more on the AtRisk™ Registry website.