Catastrophic Failures: Emerging Threats to Critical Infrastructure
Daniel Martin, CEM, CFM
Integrated Solutions Consulting
Dan Martin is a founding partner of Integrated Solutions Consulting and is a professor in Emergency Management at several universities. Mr. Martin has advances degrees in Emergency Management, and is one of the nation’s first doctoral candidates in Emergency Management. He is recognized as an astute professor of emergency management studies, bridging the theoretical and practical applications of the field of study and dedicated to promoting the profession. He has presented and authored on numerous emergency management topics. Mr. Martin has worked with local, state, and federal governments, as well as international corporations, in the fields of environmental engineering, public health, and emergency management. Additionally, Mr. Martin has responded in various capacities to over twenty disasters including the 2001 World Trade Center Attacks, the 2004 Florida Hurricanes, and Hurricane Katrina, and has authored scores of emergency planning doctrine.
Mr. Martin’s enthusiasm for and knowledge of the profession of emergency management and the effects of disasters on critical infrastructure and communities has led him to become involved in several professional organizations including American Society of Civil Engineers’ Committee on Critical Infrastructure, The Infrastructure Security Partnership, and International Association of Emergency Managers. Mr. Martin has been recognized by other in the industry as an innovative problem solver - dedicated to the profession of emergency and disaster management. Mr. Martin is a Certified Emergency Manager and a Certified Floodplain Manager. He is the National Critical Infrastructure Lead for ASCE, and chairs the IAEM Certified Emergency Manager Designation.