Kaylee Davis-Maddy Speaks at the National Summit on Homeland Security Law
Kaylee will be one of eight panelists reviewing preparedness requirements, implications of recent events and expanded views on foreseeability, as well as tailored insurance solutions for such risk of damage. Federal environmental statutes impose many emergency preparedness requirements upon regulated entities. Beyond federal requirements, states and municipalities implement and enforce their own disaster preparedness measures. Consequences from environmental incidents vary depending on scale, size, location, who and what is affected. The potential damage to the environment and to public health can be catastrophic, which forces companies to evaluate and mitigate risk.
For more information, visit http://murrahcenter.org/summit/.