Rachel Arthur, NREMT, WEMT
President & CEO
Rachel also brings with her management and field experience from Search and Rescue, disaster response and as a certified Wildland Firefighter. In addition to teaching Incident Command System coursework, Rachel is certified to teach Lost Person Behavior (DBS Productions) and “Alzheimer’s Initiative” (International Association of Chiefs of Police). Rachel also volunteers with Team Rubicon – which unites the skills of first responders and military veterans to provide disaster response services domestically and abroad. Rachel is a passionate and driven person, who brings an enthusiasm to instruction which makes evident her desire to help each and every person succeed.
Search & Rescue | Firefighting | Incident Management
MASTER EXERCISE PRACTITIONER DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
Readiness evaluation, planning, and execution
MEMBER OF THE VIRGINIA SAR COMMUNITY
Rachel’s Blog Posts
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Incident Command structure should always be “just right” for the incident. It’s a modular system, not all-or-nothing!
During a litter carry/wilderness evacuation