Technical Response Planning Launches New Emergency Response Planning Blog and Social Media Sites for Corporate Emergency Management Professionals

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Technical Response Planning announced the launch of the Emergency Response Planning Blog along with a new presence in Facebook and Twitter as a resource for Corporate Emergency Management Professionals.

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Our commitment to the TRP Blog and social media is an effort to share our experience and exchange ideas with the community in order to improve emergency management planning and practices. - Steve Bassine, President TRP

Technical Response Planning officially announced the Emergency Response Planning Blog and its committment to engagement in social media.

The Emergency Response Planning Blog promises to provide valuable information and resources that are relevant to the field of Emergency Management. TRP welcomes feedback and contribution from the industry in order to provide informative articles, updates on the latest industry news and regulations, and the ability to connect with other professionals in the field.

The Emergency Response Planning Blog will include:

  •     Best practices and planning tips
  •     Compliance and regulatory updates
  •     Ability to join the discussion and provide your comments and feedback
  •     The opportunity to suggest topics

About Technical Response Planning:
TRP provides emergency planning, training, and exercise consulting services to a wide variety organizations with a specialty in the energy industry. TRP developed the industry's first Web-based system for delivering response plans, offering value-added services, increased efficiency, and customized tools for clients to manage their own response programs. This innovative approach has led to rapid growth and a high level of industry acceptance including contracts to develop large-scale projects for Chevron, BP, General Motors, and many other large companies. TRP has responded to industry demand by developing many other plan types and acquiring additional expertise in the areas of Business Continuity, Security, Hazwoper Training and Fire Pre-Planning. Learn more at


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