Keeping people and goods moving at a “Critical Juncture”

Crossposted from Inside Transportation

Keeping communities connected is the mission for King County’s Department of Transportation, and that includes during those times when roads are blocked by natural disaster or overturned trucks. It’s impossible to predict when an emergency or disaster will occur, so its job is to be trained and prepared for when that day comes. A big part of that preparation is making sure the jurisdictions in our region are all on the same page.

That’s why DOT brought Marcus Deyerin into the Director’s Office as its Training and Exercise Program Manager for emergency management. Marcus has earned the initials CEM MEP after his name, which mean he’s a Certified Emergency Manager and a Master Exercise Practitioner.

Read more at Inside Transportation

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