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In this exclusive interview with Oil & Gas IQ, Peter Johnson, Incident Commander for the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency, US talks about the key criteria for emergency management in the oil and gas sector.
Mr. Johnson has over 30 years’ experience in emergency response activities and has led some of the largest responses in the United States, including World Trade Center, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Mr. Johnson has been Incident Commander for numerous responses and teaches Incident Command System tactics to other companies and agencies.
He also has worked as a lead in developing national response plans for the United States Government working for Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency Management Agency. In this role he was responsible for bringing over 70 federal agencies together to build unified response plans.
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