El Segundo Emergency Management Coordinator
Jul 16, 2020 12:00 PM
Randy Collins
El Segundo Emergency Management Coordinator

Randal Collins, President & CEO All-Hazards Incident Management Team Association, LLC (USA)

Randal “Randy” Collins is the Emergency Management Coordinator for the city of El Segundo, CA. Randy also serves as the President and CEO for the All-Hazards Incident Management Teams Association. A position he has held since 2012 and is a charter board member. Randy is currently pursuing an educational doctorate from the University of Southern California in organizational change and leadership and he is expected to graduate in May of 2019. His dissertation is focused on toxic leadership within public safety. Randy also plays on the USC lacrosse team where he is the oldest player on the team and in the league…ever. Randy previously served as American Humane’s National Director of animal rescue and as an executive with the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. Randy holds a Master of Leadership from the University of Southern California, a Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement from the University of Indianapolis and is a Certified Emergency Manager through the International Association of Emergency Managers. He also served in the United States Marine Corps and Reserve from 1991 to 2005.


The City of El Segundo strives to ensure that residents, businesses and visitors are informed, prepared, and able to recover from a natural, technology-related or human-caused emergency or disaster. 

The Emergency Management Team takes a proactive approach to keep El Segundo safe and prepared, including:

  • Creating and maintaining emergency plans in accordance with local, State and Federal legislation
  • Coordinating the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), ensuring the facility, employees, equipment and supplies are ready to respond 24/7
  • Working directly with business and industry to advance emergency management and disaster preparedness, response and recovery
  • Conducting employee training to strengthen emergency preparedness, response and recovery procedures
  • Provides technical guidance as advisory to the City's departments including olice and Fire Departments 
  • Engaging the public with events such as Emergency Preparedness Day and Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program 

Stay Informed

El Segundo could be affected by a variety of natural and technological threats and hazards.

By subscribing to our free Emergency Alert System powered by Nixel/Everbridge, you will receive critical and timely information by voice, text and email.

  • Earthquakes
  • Hazardous materials incidents
  • Pipeline emergencies and oil spills
  • Fires and explosions
  • Severe weather - heat, flooding and storms
  • Transportation incidents with mass casualties
  • Public health emergencies
  • Tsunamis
  • Civil unrest
  • Terrorism