EnMagine Webinar Training Series



President, EnMagine Inc.
Paul Penn’s experience in emergency management and healthcare spans three decades; beginning at the local level and progressing to regional and state organizations, and healthcare delivery systems.  Many of his efforts have become the standards of the industry.  He is one of the creators of HazMat for Healthcare™ and has been delivering that training and Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) programs throughout the United States and internationally for more than a decade.  His HICS and hazardous materials work builds on his experience developing the hazardous materials Incident Command System module for FIRESCOPE, serving on the HICS Secondary Review Committee authoring the California Hazardous Materials Incident Contingency Plan, managing the nation’s largest hazardous materials emergency planning and community right-to-know program, and managing environmental health and safety at a major Kaiser Permanente hospital.  

Tom Scully

Operations Chief, EnMagine Inc.
Tom Scully spent 33 years in the fire service serving in various capacities including Hazardous Materials Incident Team Officer, Department Safety Officer, Public Information Officer, Training Officer, and Paramedic Engine Company Officer. He also owned a successful company for 20+ years that presented emergency response training to private industry.

Tom retired from the fire service in 2000 and now uses all of his professional and business experience to enhance the training and exercising EnMagine offers to its client base. He has managed the HazMat for Healthcare™ program presentations around the country and has taught over 50 classes to date.  Mr. Scully is HSEEP certified and has designed and delivered many exercises including being the project manager for an exercise involving over 1500 participants.

Zachary Goldfarb, EMT-P, CHEP, CHSP, CEM

President, Incident Management Solutions
Zachary Goldfarb, EMT-P, CHEP, CHSP, CEM is the principal of Incident Management Solutions, Inc., a New York-based certified emergency management consultancy.  Chief Goldfarb has served in many capacities during his 25-year career with the New York City Fire Department, retiring as an EMS Deputy Chief/Paramedic.  The author of the New York City Emergency Medical Action (Disaster) Plan, he served as an EMS commander at the scene during both the 1993 bombing and the 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. 

Since 1999, Chief Goldfarb has been a national thought leader in emergency planning, training, and exercising for healthcare organizations.  He has developed best practice models for comprehensive all-hazards healthcare emergency management planning, as well as medical facility evacuation, response to chemical/biological/radiological/nuclear/explosive incidents, and pandemic influenza that are in use across the nation in hospitals, long term care facilities, public health agencies, home care agencies, and primary care facilities.  He is a member of the National Fire Protection Association’s NFPA 99 Technical Committee on Health Care Emergency Management and Security.

Cheryl Starling, RN, BS

Cheryl Starling has more than 20 years of leadership experience in healthcare and emergency management preparedness, planning and response.  As a registered nurse and director of emergency departments and trauma centers across California for many years, Cheryl has broad experience in healthcare delivery, emergency medical services, ambulatory care services, and disaster preparedness. 

In 2000, Cheryl transitioned to government disaster planning in her position as Health Program Manager at the California Emergency Medical Services Authority.  While at EMSA, her accomplishments included the management of the California HRSA/HPP grant, conducting the annual statewide medical and health exercise and conferences, and coordinated the Hospital Emergency Incident Command System education and program improvements.

Cheryl is the Assistant Branch Chief for the Communicable Disease Emergency Response Branch for the California Department of Public Health, Center for Infectious Diseases, and is developing the State of California Emergency Function Annexes to the State Emergency Plan:  EF 8:  Health and Medical for the California Health and Human Services Agency.