Titan Security Group would like to congratulate Titan’s Director of Emergency Management, Tom Henkey, on his most recent published article.
You can view Tom’s piece, and learn more about how organizations come together to provide emergency response, on the Elsevier SciTech Connect blog site.
For further reading Tom has also published a book, “Urban Emergency Management: Planning and Response for the 21st Century“. This book contains information on strategies for managers to use during emergency situations, such as natural disasters, human-caused disasters, infrastructure issues, and other complex issues that may challenge urban managers.
Titan’s Director of Emergency Management, Tom Henkey, has over 8 years of experience in the emergency management field. Tom is responsible for implementing detailed risk and vulnerability assessments, as well as creating site-specific emergency operations plans. He composes emergency quick-reference guides and specialized training materials to provide clients with security references and assure their that they are prepared for handling an emergency situation. Prior to joining Titan, Tom was a Senior Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Chicago, where he was responsible for disaster planning, physical-security, infrastructure, transportation, and antiterrorism analysis. He also served as the Director of Protection Services for the Art Institute of Chicago, ensuring the safety of over 1.5 million annual visitors and a multi-billion dollar art collection. Tom is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), a Certified Institutional Protection Manager (CIPM II), and holds undergraduate degrees from St. Louis University and a Master’s Degree in Emergency and Disaster Management from American Military University. He is the author of Urban Emergency Management, a textbook/handbook published by Elsevier in 2017. Tom’s emergency management skills have been influential in keeping Titan clients and employees prepared for emergency situations.