CMCG Welcomes Two New Team Members

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Harrisburg, PA; February 21, 2012. Contingency Management Consulting Group (CMCG) welcomes two new members to our growing team. Matthew Palmer will serve as a senior consultant to CMCG specializing in support to the gas and electric industries. He recently retired from Consolidated Edison of New York after 35 years of service. He started in electric operations and then held progressively responsible positions within ConEd’s Gas Operations. Mr. Palmer enjoyed a national reputation for his efforts to build ConEd’s emergency preparedness ...

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CMCG Assists with Japanese Nuclear Emergency

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Mechanicsburg, PA., March 22, 2011: The Contingency Management Consulting Group (CMCG), headquartered in Mechanicsburg, PA is playing a role in response to the disaster in Japan, particularly as it relates to issues surrounding the radiological emergency at the Fukushima nuclear power plants. Despite its small size, this local firm has some of the most knowledgeable experts in the country on radiation and response to radiological emergencies.

“It has been a ...

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CMCG places 20th among the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies

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Harrisburg, PA (September 20, 2010) – Contingency Management Consulting Group (CMCG) is proud to announce its rank of number “20th” on the fourteenth annual list of the top fifty businesses making significant contributions to the growth, strength and success of the Central PA economy.

Robert Bradshaw, Managing Partner of CMCG, accepted the award on behalf of the company at a breakfast Thursday hosted at ...

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I highly recommend Robert Bradshaw and CMCG

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City of Yonkers SealI have known Mr. Robert Bradshaw of CMCG, Consultant since he assisted Westchester County in updating CEMPs (Comprehensive Emergency Management Plans) in 2004 for the local jurisdictions. I was so impressed by the job that he did updating our plans that I contacted him to ask his assistance when we hosted a joint exercise with the MetroNorth Railroad and Yonkers Police and Fire Departments in 2005. He did ...

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Hostile Action-Based Drill Program

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After the myriad of physical security changes implemented for the nation’s nuclear power plants following the attacks of 9/11/01, the industry is now addressing communications and coordination between the licensee and the local emergency responders that will be necessary in the event of an attack or other hostile event at a nuclear power plant.

This Nuclear Regulatory Commission initiative, known as the “Hostile Action-Based” drill or exercise program (HAB), has ...

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Disaster Course Held in Abu Dhabi

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Robert Bradshaw of CMCG presents certificates to students in Abu Dhabi.

CMCG teamed with the Litaker Group to provide a 3-day course entitled, “Disaster Management: An Introductory Course for Government, and the Healthcare Industry”, recently in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates.

The three day course provided an interactive teaching atmosphere using case studies, best practices, and didactic interaction to cover, disaster planning, disaster response, and disaster recovery. On the final day, a ...

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Long and Fruitful Relationship

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Entergy has had a long and fruitful relationship with the CMCG team. CMCG has been a trusted source for emergency planning support at many of our ten nuclear power reactor sites in the United States and many of the state and local governments with which we partner to ensure a high level of emergency preparedness for protection of public health and safety.

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Campus Emergency Preparedness and Response Protocol

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The University of Notre Dame has built a great, collaborative relationship with its emergency management consultants. More specifically, Bob Bradshaw and his team members from CMCG have been instrumental in the development of our comprehensive campus emergency preparedness and response protocol. They are well versed in the higher education industry and our campus environment. Their energy and enthusiasm for Notre Dame’s Emergency Preparedness & Response plan have ...

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