Have you wondered what is the impact a disaster has on how humans process information? What factors influence human behaviors when managing operational decision-making in emergency situations and what helps people manage stress and fatigue in crisis situations? As an emergency management practitioner, have you struggled with understanding how you can improve and maintain good human performance, amidst the uncertainties of the disaster situation or even during your preparedness and mitigation activities?
Discuss with and learn in a lively and interactive session from Human Factors expert Dr. Nicklas Dahlstrom about the link between Human Factors and Crisis Management and how to apply Human Factors knowledge in emergency management.
IAEM Region 1 will host the webinar "Working Well When the Pressure's On: Preventing Burnout and Protecting Wellbeing." This session explores how to protect the wellbeing of mission-driven people operating under cumulative and prolonged pressure. As a cognitive scientist and specialist in large-scale disaster, the presenter, Jolie Wills, CEO Americas, Hummingly, M.Sc. Cognitive Psychology, shares insights from cognitive science, global research, and decades of leading teams after disasters in high-pressure, high-stake environments. This session will unearth the skills that expert disaster professionals use to perform and stay well during extreme events. These hard-won insights, tested under intense pressure, have the power to turn the tide on burnout and protect the well-being of people working towards a mission.
This webinar will feature a convening of Federal and local Emergency Management Professionals to discuss the challenge of extreme heat, and the unique solutions that are being brought to bare across the United States. More people died in the US from Extreme Heat in 2022 than any other natural disaster. Extreme Heat also impacts critical infrastructure, the food supply chain, and can contribute to severe weather across the nation. Is your jurisdiction ready? Join us for a lively discussion on what is being done today, and what can be done tomorrow to increase our resiliency as a nation.
The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is less known to most emergency managers than the Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response; however, ACF plays critical roles in ensuring the welfare of children and families during disasters and other major emergencies. This presentation will cover the roles and responsibilities of the Office of Human Services Emergency Preparedness and Response (OHSEPR) and the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR).
Because of the high praises received by members for the 2021 virtual offering, and requests for more digital content, IAEM is proud to present our mid-year event, the IAEM Virtual Conference on-demand. More than 20 speakers provide presentations on fresh, new materials during this event.
The IAEM Virtual Conference on-demand presentations from more than 20 speakers. Register for fresh, new ideas being shared on issues relevant to the emergency management community.
The Virtual Conference is hosted on a dynamic platform and provides content to the registrants on-demand following the event until March 2023. Attendees receive attendance credit that may be used as contact hours for IAEM’s Certified Emergency Manager Program.
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