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Join this webinar to learn how the DHS Center for Faith and Opportunities Initiatives (DHS Center) is working with houses of worship and nonprofits, connecting with FEMA and other federal partners. Featured speakers will include representatives from the DHS Center, FEMA’s Individual Assistance (IA), Public Assistance (PA), Individual and Community Preparedness Division (ICPD) and Intergovernmental Affairs (IGA). The agenda will include: an introduction on the role and functions of the DHS Center; an overview of the IAEM process and voluntary agency liaisons; information on the PA policy for houses of worship; information about ICPD preparedness resources; and details on ways that the IGA communicates preparedness and disaster-relation information. For more information, contact Partnerships@fema.dhs.gov.
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Millersville University presents a virtual seminar series every semester through its Center for Disaster Research and Education. The series offers various topics related to emergency management. This webinar will host Teri Smith, CEM, IAEM-USA President, and Marty Shaub, CEM, Immediate Past IAEM-USA President for a discussion on the past, present and future of the International Association of Emergency Managers.
Risk and Crisis Research Centre
event site | Call for abstracts is open until Nov. 17, 2019.
University of South Florida
register online | The conference agenda is included on the registration web page.
The Tampa Bay health and medical community invites you to the 2020 Hazards & Healthcare Conference. This year's theme and agenda, "Your Roadmap to Recovery," will share best practices from experts in the fields of healthcare administration and disaster recovery. On-site parking fees will be waived. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. CEUs will be available for licensed professionals. Questions should be directed to HazardsandHealthcare@gmail.com or (813) 272-6681.
The National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO) will host the 2020 Preparedness Summit at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas. Disasters and emergencies expose the fault lines in our nation’s health security. In these times of crisis, the vulnerabilities that exist in individual and community, infrastructure, health, and environmental systems intersect and become intensified – especially for the most at-risk communities. A whole and fully functioning national security system is only as strong as its weakest component. This year’s theme, "Fixing Our Fault Lines: Addressing Systemic Vulnerabilities," will focus on methods to identify systemic weaknesses and highlight tools and policies that can empower all communities, and particularly the ones that are most vulnerable, to address those weaknesses and become more resilient. The summit offers a unique learning and networking opportunity for current and aspiring emergency management, public health, and healthcare professionals, and their partners, to share perspectives and engage in dialogue on key public health preparedness and response issues. As the first and longest running national preparedness conference, the Preparedness Summit is the best place for you to gain the knowledge, resources, and relationships necessary to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies.
The primary goal of the National Hurricane Conference is to improve hurricane preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation in order to save lives and property in the United States and the tropical islands of the Caribbean and Pacific. In addition, the conference serves as a national forum for federal, state and local officials to exchange ideas and recommend new policies to improve emergency management.
Call for speaker proposals: IAEM-USA Region 4 announced the call for speakers for the region’s 2020 conference on Oct. 21, 2019. Suggested speaker topics include, but are not limited to: resilience successes and best practices; long-term recovery planning; developing a social media presence; big data; integrating utilities into your recovery plan; disaster resilience and impact of climate change; emergency management lessons learned; Readiness, response and recovery operational coordination; regional hazard mitigation plan application process; and coordination and cooperation of regional and federal responses. The deadline for speaker proposals is Jan. 13, 2020, 5:00 p.m. EST. Proposals must be emailed to John Walsh on the official proposal submission form by the deadline.
Mission Bay Conference Center, University of California
San Francisco, California
There is no registration fee, and you can obtain details and reserve your seat online.
The event will offered by the San Francisco Bay Area Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI). Participants from across the United States will include alert and warning system administrators, public information officers, and emergency managers from local, state, and federal agencies and community organizations. The agenda will include sharing lessons learned, local practices, and ideas for improving regional coordination for mass notification and emergency alerts before, during, and after emergency incidents. A light breakfast, coffee, snacks, and lunch will be provided both days. This project is overseen by the Bay Area UASI Public Information and Warning Work Group. This seminar is funded in part by the Bay Area UASI and the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management.
Harrah's Waterfront Conference Center
Atlantic City, New Jersey
event site | call for papers (deadline Dec. 1, 2019)
The purpose and the interest of this organization is to provide education and training by hosting an annual New Jersey Emergency Preparedness Conference for all persons and agencies involved in the emergency management field. The conference provides training, coordination, and promotes the development of public & private partnerships in planning, response, recovery and mitigation in all types of emergencies.
West Palm Beach, Florida
event site | Online registration is now available. | Awards nomination period ends Mar. 6, 2020.
The Governor’s Hurricane Conference was established in order to provide a vehicle to present lessons learned and other important information about hurricanes to public and private officials, especially local emergency management professionals and those involved in preparedness, planning, response and recovery at all levels of government, industry and private interests. The primary target audience was and continues to be the first-line responders to a hurricane or other tropical weather event. In addition, the conference also serves as a forum for state and local emergency management officials to exchange ideas and to discuss and recommend new policies to improve emergency management in the State of Florida.
Call for papers: The 2020 ISCRAM conference invites practitioner paper submissions. Authors may submit a 500-3,000 word practitioner paper describing real-world experiences and case studies of interest to the ISCRAM conference. Submission deadline is Jan. 28, 2020. Details are posted here.
About the conference: The annual ISCRAM conference is held each May, providing the opportunity for researchers and practitioners from across the world to meet and share their expertise in the design, development, and implementation of information systems that are focused on improving the management of crises and disaster situations. The ISCRAM Association, which sponsors the annual conference, is an international community of researchers and practitioners, dedicated to providing free access to the full proceedings of each annual ISCRAM conference through the ISCRAM digital library.
National Emergency Training Center (NETC)
Hi Ed website
Long Beach, California
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.