As part of a nationwide Emergency Management team. Ron Tyler coordinates with local, state and federal agencies to better facilitate disaster response and recovery.
He has lived in earthquake country most of his life, which helped create in him a passion at an early age to assist in crisis: helping his parents doing emergency preparedness/home food storage survival dinners at their local church and doing general education about the need to be prepared.
Since the early 1980’s, Ron has been using his experience and training as a First Response & Preparedness instructor to help people prepare for disaster situations. He has also set up emergency command posts during fire seasons in the mountains of southern California and in Colorado.
Ron has spoken to hundreds of community groups, helped organize emergency preparedness fairs and helped conduct disaster drills throughout the country. He continues to work and lecture people on the complex work of Emergency/Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management.
He has added a two-hour podcast Monday through Friday that discusses earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, volcanoes, fires, hurricanes and other kinds of emergencies, speaking with emergency managers around the county. Ron was a volunteer fireman, and a police officer for 24 years. He has an extensive background in law enforcement, including homicide, traffic accident investigation, weapons, tactics and personal/executive protection.
If he can be of service to you or you need to speak with him, please don’t hesitate to call. He can be reached between the hours of 9am and 5pm EST, Monday through Friday, at 619-755-3736
His podcast during the week starts sometime after 6pm EST.