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Rosie Murray

Rosie Murray was a Social Worker by profession and became involved in emergency planning by default. She worked for Leicester City Council Emergency Team for 25years but is now a full time professional trainer and is totally committed to the concept of integrated emergency management.

In Jan 1989 Rosie was involved in supporting relatives through the identification procedure following the Kegworth air crash and developed an ongoing interest in the planning for the welfare response in the immediate aftermath of disaster.

In recent years Rosie has become more involved in awareness raising and training programmes in relation to the human aspects of disaster response and has contributed to a number of national working parties and reports. She is involved in training police Family Liaison Officers, Local Authority staff and trains staff in commercial companies and has chaired the EPS Human Aspects Group since 1995. She also continues to respond to families and individuals and is a `hands on` practitioner.

In the aftermath of 9/11 Rosie was Project Co-ordinator of a helpline set up by the Red Cross at the request of the Government. She had the same role in the aftermath of the tsunami worked with the Red Cross from 1st Jan 2005 – Aug 2006. Rosie has offered training in UK and Europe, most recently with the European Commission and the Council for the European Union in Brussels.

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Rosie Murray


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Sterling House, 1-2 Back St Annes Road West, Lytham St Annes,
Lancashire, FY8 1RD, UK.

T: +44 (0)1253 788181
M: +44 (0)7957 392616

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