Paris Las Vegas Hotel
Las Vegas, Nevada
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The 2020 NHCPC Conference will feature five primary tracks supporting this year’s theme, "2020 Vision: Coalitions Focused on the Future, Empowered by the Past." By using our hindsight to inform the future, we can assess how our preparedness and response efforts have previously fallen short, and collectively create a renewed vision that allows us to anticipate, address and stabilize current gaps in the communities we’ve committed to protect. The NHCPC Program Advisory Committee is seeking abstracts that will empower coalitions to reach beyond the status quo to create and implement multidisciplinary, cross-sector partnerships and launch increased opportunities for innovative information sharing. Help inspire coalition leaders by sharing your success in the five tracks, which include: Executive Coalition Leadership; Expanding and Sustaining Coalitions; Emerging Threats; Pediatrics; and Resources, New Technologies, and Tools to Share.
EMAP will be providing four virtual cohort trainings on the 2019 Emergency Management Standard from August through November 2020. The goal of these virtual cohort trainings is to train accreditation managers, assessors, and program staff on the 2019 Emergency Management Standard in a safe environment during these unprecedented times. Each virtual cohort training will be four weeks in length, requiring the participation of attendees for one (1) afternoon session and small group work weekly. At the completion of the virtual cohort training, participants may be certified as an Accreditation Manager and/or Assessor. The virtual cohort training registration fee is $250. If you would be interested in participating in the virtual cohort training, please complete the survey found here. If you have questions about the virtual cohort training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details here: Dec. 2, 2020: register | download flyer; Dec. 3, 2020: register | download flyer
The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Region VII has scheduled two sessions of its two-hour condensed virtual version of its eight-hour in-person training to enhance awareness of and response to an active shooter event. Preparing employees for a potential active shooter incident is an integral component of an organization’s incident response planning. Because active shooter incidents are unpredictable and evolve quickly, preparing for and knowing what to do in an active shooter situation can be the difference between life and death. Every second counts.
In response to new guidance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. Treasury, Witt O’Brien’s experts will outline steps you should take in anticipation of utilizing funds; discuss how to quickly pivot and reevaluate spending plans in the event of a Coronavirus Relief Fund Dec. 30 extension; and share key insights on other sources of funding to pursue to ensure that you are maximizing cost recovery opportunities.
register online by Dec. 3, 2020 | download program
IAEM-USA Region 3 and George Mason University's Schar School of Policy and Government will present the Region 3 Virtual Symposium on "Emergency Management in the New Normal," scheduled for Dec. 7-11, 2020. The event will provide a virtual forum to highlight FEMA updates, college/university focused panel, networking trivia night, BRIC/grant session, diversity and inclusivity, and Region 3 membership meeting. Online registration is open, and details are available in the program. The symposium is offered at no charge to IAEM members and at a nominal charge of $5 to non-members, but you must register online by Dec. 3, 2020. On Dec. 4, registrants will receive an updated email confirmation to include access details to the virtual platform. For more information, please contact IAEM-USA Region 3 President Walter English at IAEM.email@example.com or Dr. Tonya E. Thornton, Assistant Professor at George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent research shows disasters and accompanying governmental aid exacerbates wealth inequality, especially along racial and socioeconomic lines. This session will explain the observe trends and explore the processes that create them. We will then collectively discuss how these trends influence participants work and what they might do to mitigate their negative effects within their own spheres of influence.
This four-hour, four-day virtual course is offered by the TEEX Water and Wastewater Program, which has more than 75 years of experience providing basic and advanced technical training solutions to industry professionals across the State of Texas. In addition to providing basic and advanced licensing training, TEEX also delivers federally funded Critical Infrastructure Safety technical training to plant personnel. Register online. Students will need to create a student profile if you have not already done so, in order to register for a course. Once enrolled, the instructor will email a link to the WebEx training. Once you have a student profile, you will have easier access to a wide range of training programs offered by TEEX.
Miami Beach Convention Center
Miami Beach, Florida
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This event is free to attend, and includes more than 200 speakers from industry experts, 100+ live demos, and 300+ exhibitors. Private businesses, government agencies, and NGOs will gather to source all of the newest products and services, maximize their community outreach, and discover new ways to generate business and awareness. The Natural Disaster Expo will feature four co-located events, each designed to specifically address preparing for, responding to & recovering from the most costly U.S. natural disasters. These include The Storm Expo, The Flood Expo, The Earthquake Expo, and The Heat & Fire Expo. From emergency responders, transportation, medical and recovery services to construction, renewable energy, security, communications and the latest mitigation technologies, the event is a hub of all the resources needed to manage the impact of any natural disaster.
Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Call for Papers Open Until Dec. 1, 2020
Do you have a program, training session or case study that you can share with conference attendees? If you would like to present at this conference, click here to submit your ideas.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
SAVE THE DATE!
Learn about the mandatory requirements for a successful proposal; insider tips from the Reviewing Committee; breakout focus areas; a tutorial of the new online submission system; and a question-and-answer session. The IAEM 2020 Call for Speakers will open on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020.