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April 19 - Red Tagged - Now What? (In person presentation by Stacy Gerlich)

BICEPP Business Resilience Event Series
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What if your building is red tagged?2023RegTag.jpg2023 Earth  

Tagged - Now What?
Wednesday, April 19, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
In person presentation and Q&A by Stacy Gerlich
Hosted by ICW Insurance in Woodland Hills

Must register by Apr 19, 2023

This event is provided for free and is presented cooperatively by BICEPP and the
American Society of Safety Professionals. Lunch is included, but there is a parking fee of $13.20.


What would be the impact to your business if you were not able to access your building? A "red-tagged" structure is one that’s been damaged so severely it is too dangerous to inhabit. Structures can be red tagged for a variety of reasons. Learn how Red Tagging might affect your business. 


• What is a Red Tag?
• Who has the authority to Red Tag a structure?
• How much access is there to a building while it is Red 

• How can a Red Tag be removed? 

Presenter: Stacy Gerlich (

Stacy is an expert in dealing with all types of disasters and understands the challenges of Red Tagging a structure. Stacy is a retired LA City Fire Battalion Chief who will share valuable information about the Red Tagging process and answer your questions. Stacy provides expert disaster preparedness services to a variety of clients.

This description is from the White House: 

Stacy-Gerlich copy.jpgBattalion Chief/EMT Stacy Gerlich, Executive Ocer of the Administrative Operations Bureau, retired in February after 35 years of City service. She was one of the department’s most decorated employees. Her duties at retirement included Gender Equity Ocer, LGBTQ Liaison, Department Resilience Ocer, Department Sustainability Ocer and the Behavior Health Program. She is considered an expert in disaster preparedness.


Chief Gerlich has two master’s degrees in organizational management and homeland security studies from the Naval Postgraduate School. She completed a Certificate in the Psychology of Leadership and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion from eCornell University. She has held many Departmental positions in her tenure, including CERT Commander, Los Angeles Regional Critical Incident Planning and Training Alliance, Community Risk Reduction Commander, EMS Training Ocer, EMS Battalion Captain and Operations Valley Bureau, EMS Resilience Ocer. Stacy is also a guest lecturer at California Lutheran University in leadership.

This event is hosted by:
ICW Insurance
21600 W Oxnard St #1000
Woodland Hills, CA 91367 

This event has limited spaces, so please register as soon as possible

This event is provided at no charge and includes a box lunch from the Corner Bakery Cafe

Delicious choices:


Uptown Turkey Avocado
Chicken Pesto
Tomato Mozzarella


Turkey Avocado Cobb

A few days before the seminar we will contact registered participants for their lunch choices. 

Parking fee paid 
personally: $13.20

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Wednesday, April 19, 2023, 11:30 AM until 1:30 PM
Woodland Hills - ICW Insurance
21600 W Oxnard St #1000
Woodland Hills, CA  91367
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Ross Kocen
Les Borsay
Registration is required before Monday, April 17, 2023 at 5:00 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Participant instructions will be emailed to registered participants a few days before the event.
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