Post Tagged with: "David Perrodin PhD"

Part 2: Drones Will Revolutionize Crisis Response! Preston Rice Interview – SDP#41

Part 2: Drones Will Revolutionize Crisis Response! Preston Rice Interview – SDP#41

VIDEO-Drone Expert Preston Rice and “Safety Doc Podcast” host David Perrodin visit the field at a local park and Preston demonstrates the steps of deploying a drone – from set-up to calibrating it to overhead satellites. The narrated demonstration swings open the door to the possible safety applications of a drone – especially as it was flown over swampy terrain[Read More…]

by August 18, 2017 0 comments Video
Part 2: Drones Will Revolutionize Crisis Response! Preston Rice Interview – SDP#41

Part 2: Drones Will Revolutionize Crisis Response! Preston Rice Interview – SDP#41

PODCAST-Drones can fly at speeds of 70 MPH and electronic fences can’t prevent them from entering prison yards, hospital property or school zones. Wow, seems like drones pose risks to society – regulate them! Wait! Did I mention that drones efficiently operate within radioactive areas or locations that would present hazards to humans, such as scouting the “hot” regions of[Read More…]

by August 17, 2017 0 comments Partner
PART 1: Little Known Facts About Drones – Preston Rice Expert Interview – SDP#40

PART 1: Little Known Facts About Drones – Preston Rice Expert Interview – SDP#40

VIDEO-The FAA controls the airspace above your lawn! However, the question of who owns the skies remains murky at local government levels. Rules & regulations for operating a drone differ greatly between a hobbyist and commercial operator. Drones, some smaller than a human hand, are used in many industries and show great promise for positive contributions to search & rescue[Read More…]

by August 13, 2017 0 comments Video
PART 1: Little Known Facts About Drones – Preston Rice Expert Interview – SDP#40

PART 1: Little Known Facts About Drones – Preston Rice Expert Interview – SDP#40

PODCAST-The FAA controls the airspace above your lawn! However, the question of who owns the skies remains murky at local government levels. Rules & regulations for operating a drone differ greatly between a hobbyist and commercial operator. Drones, some smaller than a human hand, are used in many industries and show great promise for positive contributions to search & rescue[Read More…]

by August 12, 2017 0 comments Partner
Back to School Safety Special – Time to be Terrified!! – SDP#39

Back to School Safety Special – Time to be Terrified!! – SDP#39

VIDEO-High-drama multi-agency intruder response simulations transpire daily in schools across America. This hyper-realistic approach to school safety has produced a flurry of litigation centering psychological trauma for adults and children. Furthermore, theatrical drills are not supported by empirical research and differ greatly from other preparedness practices. Dr. Perrodin separates the rhetoric from the truth in this MUST WATCH episode about[Read More…]

by August 4, 2017 0 comments Video
Back to School Safety Special – Time to be Terrified!! – SDP#39

Back to School Safety Special – Time to be Terrified!! – SDP#39

PODCAST-High-drama multi-agency intruder response simulations transpire daily in schools across America. This hyper-realistic approach to school safety has produced a flurry of litigation centering psychological trauma for adults and children. Furthermore, theatrical drills are not supported by empirical research and differ greatly from the ways schools prepare for other disasters, such as fires and tornadoes. For example, when the fire[Read More…]

by August 3, 2017 0 comments Partner
Surviving the Dangerous Interface of Probability and Prioritization – SDP#38

Surviving the Dangerous Interface of Probability and Prioritization – SDP#38

VIDEO – “You ask, what are the chances of that happening?” That’s a good question as understanding chance is understanding risk. Per Cornell University, the chance of a shooting at any school in American is once in 13,300 years or about .0000004% chance per school day. Probability helps us deal with the unknown. Watch as Dr. Perrodin describes “The Zone”,[Read More…]

by July 29, 2017 0 comments Video
Surviving the Dangerous Interface of Probability and Prioritization – SDP#38

Surviving the Dangerous Interface of Probability and Prioritization – SDP#38

PODCAST – Probability is key to safety and decision-making. Dr. Perrodin talks about one of the most common mistakes people make with probability and how to avoid it.   IN THE FLOW David shares excerpts from the best-selling book, Flow, by Mihaly Csikszentmihaly. Flow is the merging of action and awareness and a prelude to understanding probability. Per Csikszentmihaly, “When[Read More…]

by July 28, 2017 0 comments Partner
Why We Can’t Compare Disasters: WTC, Murrah, Katrina & More  – SDP#37

Why We Can’t Compare Disasters: WTC, Murrah, Katrina & More – SDP#37

VIDEO-Dr. Perrodin explains how crisis communications have rapidly evolved since 1995 and will soon no longer be routinely identified as a problem in crisis response. At the time of the Murrah Building bombing in Oklahoma City in 1995, a mere 16 Million People (.4%) in The World Used the Internet. At the time of the attacks on the World Trade[Read More…]

by July 22, 2017 0 comments Video
Why We Can’t Compare Disasters: WTC, Murrah, Katrina & More  – SDP#37

Why We Can’t Compare Disasters: WTC, Murrah, Katrina & More – SDP#37

PODCAST-There are several reasons why each disaster should be studied as an individual unit. By isolating communications and geography specific to time, context and situation, Dr. Perrodin demonstrates the inherent problems with comparing disasters. He also notes the incredible impact of “lived experiences” and longitudinal demographic factors that contributed to the improbable rescue of 500,000 people in only 9 hours[Read More…]

by July 22, 2017 0 comments Partner