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Aurora Safety & Crisis Planning
Geneva, Illinois
65 S. Randall Rd, Box 882, 60134


Contact:  Michael J Fagel PhD CEM
www.aurorasafety.com
630-907-2020 Or Toll Free 866-491-6611
mjfagel@aol.com
65 S. Randall Rd, Box 882
Geneva, Illinois 60134

Contact:  Michael J Fagel PhD CEM
www.aurorasafety.com
630-907-2020 Or Toll Free 866-491-6611
mjfagel@aol.com
Aurora Safety was founded by Michael J. Fagel who has over 30 years of broad based experience in a variety of fields relating to emergency management and business continuity and has allied staff to assist in a variety of projects. Safety, Risk, Fire, EMS are all represented disciplines.
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Crisis and Emergency Planning for Businesses,  Emergency Management,  Homeland Security,  Litigation Support,  Risk Assessment,  Risk Management,  Safety, 


Aurora Safety was founded by Michael J. Fagel who has over 30 years of broad based experience in a variety of fields relating to emergency management and business continuity and has allied staff to assist in a variety of projects. Safety, Risk, Fire, EMS are all represented disciplines.

dbS Productions ~ Robert Koester
Charlottesville, Virginia
P.O. Box 94, 22902


Contact:  Robert Koester
www.dbs-sar.com/expert_witness.htm
434-293-5502 Or Toll Free 800-745-1581
robert@dbs-sar.com
P.O. Box 94
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902

Contact:  Robert Koester
www.dbs-sar.com/expert_witness.htm
434-293-5502 Or Toll Free 800-745-1581
robert@dbs-sar.com
Robert Koester is the principal investigator in collaborative research project analyzing the characteristics of Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders critical wanderers with a grant from the Virginia Center of Aging. Duties included grant writing, setting research objectives, data collection, inter-viewing, development of database, administration of cognitive tests, statistical analysis and presentation. Principal investigator in development of a methodology to determine performance measures on the effectiveness of disaster mitigation, preparation, and response. Developed managing information system for specific tasking of disaster related incidents. Teach several courses in search and rescue operations. Member of Virginia Emergency Response Team; served in the positions of State SAR Coordinator, Satellite Disaster Field Office Manager, Operations Officer, and Disaster Recovery Center Manager during disaster activations. Type I Incident Commander serving on more than 60 multi-organization emergency incidents. Directly supervise and train 5-30 staff officers on lost person/missing aircraft operations with a budget of up to $500,000 per incident.

Biography: Robert J. Koester first joined the Appalachian Search & Rescue Conference in 1981 and since then has participated in hundreds of searches. He holds a Master of Science degree in biology (neurobiology) from the University of Virginia. He is a research associate at Kingston University in London. His contributions to search and rescue include seminal research on lost person behavior (with emphasis on dementia) and the International Search and Rescue Incident Database (ISRID). A Type 1 incident commander, instructor for the Virginia Department of Emergency Management, and past president of the Virginia Search and Rescue Council (15 years), Robert has also worked for the United States Coast Guard, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Park Service, and Federal Emergency Management Agency. Author of numerous books and articles on search and rescue. He has presented in Aruba, Australia, Canada, Iceland, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and throughout the United States.
Information:  
Alzheimers Disease,  Dementia,  Emergency Management,  Emergency Medicine,  Nursing Homes,  Search and Rescue, 


Robert Koester is the principal investigator in collaborative research project analyzing the characteristics of Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders critical wanderers with a grant from the Virginia Center of Aging. Duties included grant writing, setting research objectives, data collection, inter-viewing, development of database, administration of cognitive tests, statistical analysis and presentation. Principal investigator in development of a methodology to determine performance measures on the effectiveness of disaster mitigation, preparation, and response. Developed managing information system for specific tasking of disaster related incidents. Teach several courses in search and rescue operations. Member of Virginia Emergency Response Team; served in the positions of State SAR Coordinator, Satellite Disaster Field Office Manager, Operations Officer, and Disaster Recovery Center Manager during disaster activations. Type I Incident Commander serving on more than 60 multi-organization emergency incidents. Directly supervise and train 5-30 staff officers on lost person/missing aircraft operations with a budget of up to $500,000 per incident.

Biography: Robert J. Koester first joined the Appalachian Search & Rescue Conference in 1981 and since then has participated in hundreds of searches. He holds a Master of Science degree in biology (neurobiology) from the University of Virginia. He is a research associate at Kingston University in London. His contributions to search and rescue include seminal research on lost person behavior (with emphasis on dementia) and the International Search and Rescue Incident Database (ISRID). A Type 1 incident commander, instructor for the Virginia Department of Emergency Management, and past president of the Virginia Search and Rescue Council (15 years), Robert has also worked for the United States Coast Guard, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Park Service, and Federal Emergency Management Agency. Author of numerous books and articles on search and rescue. He has presented in Aruba, Australia, Canada, Iceland, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and throughout the United States.

911 Consulting
Wilton, Connecticut
Mitchell Park, 20 Indian Hill Road, 06897


Contact:  Bo Mitchell
www.911Consulting.net
203-563-9999 Or Toll Free
Intel@911Consulting.net
Mitchell Park, 20 Indian Hill Road
Wilton, Connecticut 06897

Contact:  Bo Mitchell
www.911Consulting.net
203-563-9999
Intel@911Consulting.net
Failure to plan and failure to train. These negligent behaviors on part of workplaces are where Bo Mitchell can serve as an expert. Bo Mitchell has 26 years of experience and 23 certifications in emergency response, disaster recovery business continuity, crisis management and pandemic planning, training and exercises.
Information:  
Crisis and Emergency Planning for Businesses,  Disaster Recovery Planning,  Emergency Management,  Homeland Security,  OSHA,  Risk Management,  Training Programs, 


Failure to plan and failure to train. These negligent behaviors on part of workplaces are where Bo Mitchell can serve as an expert. Bo Mitchell has 26 years of experience and 23 certifications in emergency response, disaster recovery business continuity, crisis management and pandemic planning, training and exercises.