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Industry Event Calendar

Industry Event Calendar

2019 at a glance:

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July 2019

July 18, 2019, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Webinar: The 2019 Ridgecrest Earthquakes: Insights from Early Warning Systems and Ground Deformation"

Register online
Two of the largest earthquakes to strike southern California in two decades occurred on July 4 and 5, 2019, near the towns of Ridgecrest and Trona. Dr. Richard Allen, Berkeley Seismology Laboratory, will summarize the performance of the ShakeAlert earthquake early warning system. Dr. Eric Fielding, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, will summarize research that is providing precise information about how much the ground moved in different locations in response to the earthquakes using data from satellites. The two scientists will share their results and some immediate lessons learned, with time at the end of the webinar for questions from the listening audience.

July 22, 2019, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT 
FEMA Webinar: "Tribe-Administered Housing"

Attend webinar online, or call-in at 1-800-320-4330, pin 275587#.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will present this national webinar for federally recognized tribes on tribe-administered housing, a grant authority established under Section 1211 of the Disaster Recovery Reform Act (DRRA) in 2018, on July 22, 2019, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT. The webinar will provide an update on FEMA’s FEMA’s Tribe/State-Administered Direct Housing Grant Guide that is planned for release later this fall; will offer the opportunity for tribal governments to ask questions about FEMA’s authority to provide grants under this guide as a pilot program for up to two years; and update attendees on FEMA’s plan to develop a report to the U.S. Congress in 2019, with a final regulation and rule to be issued within two years. Tribes may provide input on any of the DRRA provisions via the webinar or by email

July 22-26, 2019
Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management Professional Development Seminar

Frederick Community College, Maryland
Contact kfrancis@frederick.edu for additional information. 
Each year, the Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management (MACEM) at Frederick Community College (Maryland) hosts a week-long professional development seminar for high school teachers who provide classes in homeland security and emergency management. MACEM is the post-secondary affiliate for Maryland State Department of Education, Career & Technology Education, Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Program. The content will encompass discipline-specific knowledge, as well as teaching methodology for emergency management, homeland security, administration of justice, and geospatial information systems. MACEM welcomes participants from across the country to enhance opportunities for networking and supporting (or starting!) high school programs.

Friday, July 23, 2019, 1:30-2:30 p.m. EDT
IAEM/Harvard NPLI Think Tank: "An Open Conversation with Pete Gaynor, the Acting FEMA Administrator"

register online 
Join IAEM for a discussion with Acting FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor about FEMA's future.

July 23, 2019, 11:00-a.m. OR 3:00 p.m. EDT 
FEMA/EMI Webinar: "Changes in Updated NIMS ICS Courses"

Register on the Adobe Connect platform at NIMS ICS Training Forum, or call-in at 800-320-4330, pin 884976#.FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute (EMI) will host four webinars highlighting the changes in the courses, instructor requirements, and future course releases. As part of the 2017 National Incident Management System (NIMS) update, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is releasing three revised courses in its Incident Command System (ICS) All-Hazards Position Specific Curriculum: E/L0967, NIMS ICS All-Hazards Logistics Section Chief Course; E/L0970, NIMS ICS All-Hazards Supply Unit Leader Course; and E/L0965, NIMS ICS All-Hazards Facilities Unit Leader Course. Select the date/time of the course you are interested in: July 23, 11:00 a.m.; July 23, 3:00 p.m. EDT; July 25, 11:00 a.m.; and July 25, 2:00 p.m. All times are EDT, and each webinar has the same content. Register on the Adobe Connect platform at NIMS ICS Training Forum, or call-in at 800-320-4330, pin 884976#.

July 23, 2019, 2:00-3:30 p.m. EDT
FEMA/EMI Webinar: "Annual EM Higher Education Symposium and the 44th Annual Natural Hazards Research and Application Workshop"

Access the webinar online, or call-in at 1-800-320-4330, pin 376368#.
The webinar will provide highlights and offer a space for continuing dialogue for these two recent events. The 21st Higher Education Symposium, “Diversity, Inclusion and Unity of Effort,” and the Natural Hazards Workshop, “Convergence,” both require the crossing of boundaries, whether they be disciplinary, organizational, geographic, cultural, political or otherwise. 

July 23-24, 2019
8th Annual Building Resilience Through Private-Public Partnerships (PPP) Conference

U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Washington, DC
Register online 
Hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, this conference is supported by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Northern Command. The PPP conference focuses on the collaboration required among private, public and nonprofit sectors to help mitigate the effects of natural and human-made disasters and improve the overall resilience of individuals, businesses and communities. As disasters continue to increase in frequency and level of devastation, we will examine the opportunity for the private sector to take a leading role in preparing, coordinating, and responding to disasters.

July 25, 2019, 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. EDT 
Emergency Management Accreditation Program (EMAP) Webinar: "Resource Management, Mutual Aid and Logistics Standard Review"

Register online. While EMAP Standard Review Webinars are free for accredited programs, subscribed programs, and EMAP assessors, three is a fee for other attendees of $50 each or $500 for an annual webinar subscription. Questions may be directed to Lindsey Shafter, lshafer@emap.org.
About the webinar: 
The webinar will address the documentation that is needed for the standards, as well as what EMAP is looking for in terms of a resource gap analysis. The Resource Management, Mutual Aid and Logistics Standard Area is composed of six standards, which require documentation of your program's resource management system and processes, resource gap analysis, and donations and volunteer management processes.

July 25, 2019, 11:00 a.m. OR 2:00 p.m. EDT
FEMA/EMI Webinar: "Changes in Updated NIMS ICS Courses"

Register on the Adobe Connect platform at NIMS ICS Training Forum, or call-in at 800-320-4330, pin 884976#.FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute (EMI) will host four webinars highlighting the changes in the courses, instructor requirements, and future course releases. As part of the 2017 National Incident Management System (NIMS) update, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is releasing three revised courses in its Incident Command System (ICS) All-Hazards Position Specific Curriculum: E/L0967, NIMS ICS All-Hazards Logistics Section Chief Course; E/L0970, NIMS ICS All-Hazards Supply Unit Leader Course; and E/L0965, NIMS ICS All-Hazards Facilities Unit Leader Course. Select the date/time of the course you are interested in: July 23, 11:00 a.m.; July 23, 3:00 p.m. EDT; July 25, 11:00 a.m.; and July 25, 2:00 p.m. All times are EDT, and each webinar has the same content. Register on the Adobe Connect platform at NIMS ICS Training Forum, or call-in at 800-320-4330, pin 884976#.

July 30-31, 2019
Radiation Injury Treatment Network 2019 Workshop: "Crisis in Context: Minding the Gaps in Medical Preparedness for a Radiological/Nuclear Incident"

Crystal City, Virginia
The agenda and registration can be found online or from the RITN website home page at www.ritn.net.
The Radiation Injury Treatment Network (RITN) seeks to increase healthcare professionals’ understanding of and preparedness for the tremendous medical, environmental, and psychological consequence of a mass casualty radiological/nuclear incident. The 2019 RITN workshop will highlight recent research and policy developments in resource-constrained environments.

August 2019

Aug. 5-9, 2019
FEMA/EMI Course E0388: Advanced Public Information Officers

National Emergency Training Center
Emergency Management Institute (EMI)
Emmitsburg, Maryland
details and registration
The Advanced Public Information OfficerCourse provides participantsthe knowledge and skillsto establish, manage andwork within a jointinformation center (JIC) through multimedialectures and individual andgroup activities. Thetraining allows participantsthe opportunity to apply advancedpublic information skillsduring a multi-day functionalexercise (FE) designed to testthe participants’ abilities to analyze, coordinate, processand create informationin a fast-paced, realistic environment. Through a tabletop exercise(TTX), participants evaluatetheir processes to helpthem generate newideas, products, or waysof viewing challengesor situations aswell as improve their processes ensuringevery action has a measurable relevance for each identified audience, including seniorleadership.

Aug. 14, 2019
DHS Corporate Security Symposium

Bentonville, Arkansas 
Download flyer | To learn more, email APrivateSector@hq.dhs.gov
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Intelligence Analysis (I&A) Private Sector Engagement Program has scheduled four corporate sector symposia in four locations to provide encouragement for greater coordination and collaboration between public and private entities. The Private Sector Engagement Program's Corporate Security Symposia are a series of regional day-long conferences held around the country to generate discussion among public and private sector partners regarding some of the most challenging issues our nation faces today. The symposia provide a forum for public and private sector partners to discuss current and emerging security threats relevant to their regions, with a strong focus on the businesses, infrastructure, and cyber security systems within them. These events provide opportunities to forge new relationships and strengthen existing ones to foster mutual success in mitigating threats. The four sessions will take place as follows: Chicago – June 11; Bentonville, Arkansas – Aug. 14; Atlanta, Georgia – Aug. 28; and New York City – Sept. 17.

Aug. 21, 2019
EarthEx19 Online Exercise: Second Annual Emergency All-sector Response Transnational Hazard Exercise™

event site
This online exercise is interactive all-sector whole-of-world exercise, held by the EIS Council, which facilitates national and international collaboration and planning to protect our societies’ critical utilities against uniquely severe Black Sky Hazards. Today’s lifeline infrastructures are interconnected and resourced on unprecedented scales, with supply chains spanning nations and, increasingly, the world. With this growing integration and global reach, they have brought us remarkable capabilities. At a price. Concerns have grown over the potential for severe malicious or natural “Black Sky” hazards associated with subcontinent scale, long duration power outages, with cascading failure of all our other globally resourced, interdependent infrastructures.

Aug. 21, 2019, 2:00 p.m. EDT
National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) Webinar Series: "Tracking Disaster Spending – Ohio EMA’s Innovative Approach"

register online 
From Midwest flooding to West Coast wildfires, natural disasters are putting stress on budgets at all levels of government. At this webinar, Laura Adcock from Ohio’s Emergency Management Agency will discuss how her agency worked with Ohio’s budget office to improve tracking of interagency disaster spending by establishing a new statewide policy. In addition, Pew Charitable Trusts will share findings from its research on state spending in an era of more frequent, severe, and expensive disasters. 

Aug. 22, 2019, 1:00 p.m. EDT
EPA Webinar: "Updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance"

The U.S. Environment Protection Agency (EPA) will hold two overview webinars on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. These webinars will offer a brief overview on the updates. The webinars are set for Aug. 22 and Sept. 5, both at 1:00 p.m. EDT. Register online here for either webinar.

Aug. 28, 2019
DHS Corporate Security Symposium

Atlanta, Georgia 
Download flyer | To learn more, email APrivateSector@hq.dhs.gov
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Intelligence Analysis (I&A) Private Sector Engagement Program has scheduled four corporate sector symposia in four locations to provide encouragement for greater coordination and collaboration between public and private entities. The Private Sector Engagement Program's Corporate Security Symposia are a series of regional day-long conferences held around the country to generate discussion among public and private sector partners regarding some of the most challenging issues our nation faces today. The symposia provide a forum for public and private sector partners to discuss current and emerging security threats relevant to their regions, with a strong focus on the businesses, infrastructure, and cyber security systems within them. These events provide opportunities to forge new relationships and strengthen existing ones to foster mutual success in mitigating threats. The four sessions will take place as follows: Chicago – June 11; Bentonville, Arkansas – Aug. 14; Atlanta, Georgia – Aug. 28; and New York City – Sept. 17.

Aug. 28-30, 2019 
Asia Risk & Resilience Conference 2019 (ARRC 2019)

Marina Bay Sands
Singapore
IAEM is a supporting organization of this conference.
Details and Registration:
event site | Exhibitor and sponsor registrations are open. Early bird rates end on June 30, 2019. Register by then for savings. There will be no further extensions. IAEM members will receive a 10% discount off the conference fees on top of the early bird promotions. Use code "IAEM10" during registration
About the Conference:
ARRC 2019 is a premier networking and knowledge-sharing platform for industry professionals from the region and globally to further their knowledge and get to know the trends in business continuity management, enterprise risk management, emergency management, crisis management and communications, and other resiliency-related areas. Sponsors and exhibitors can expect to meet and mingle with business representatives and decision-makers from the region, consisting of personnel from the C-Suite, directors and managers, looking to enhance their businesses with relevant software, products and professional business services.

September 2019

Sept. 5, 2019, 1:00 p.m. EDT
EPA Webinar: "Updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance"

The U.S. Environment Protection Agency (EPA) will hold two overview webinars on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. These webinars will offer a brief overview on the updates. The webinars are set for Aug. 22 and Sept. 5, both at 1:00 p.m. EDT. Register online here for either webinar.

Sept. 10-13, 2019
Kansas Emergency Management Association 2019 Annual Conference

Ramada Inn, Topeka, Kansas 
event site 

Sept. 11, 2019 

EPA Region 10 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

Seattle, Washington
register online 

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.

Sept. 12, 2019

EPA Region 9 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

San Francisco, California
register online 
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.

Sept. 16-18, 2019
Missing and Unidentified Persons Conference:
"A Transnational Epidemic: The Search, Investigation, and Recovery of Missing Unidentified Persons"

Las Vegas, Nevada
event site | call for presentations (deadline: Sept. 30, 2018)
The 2019 conference will highlight effective and collaborative strategies for search and rescue, death and forensic investigations, crime scene analysis, serial homicide and cold case investigations, responding to mass casualty events, and the recovery of unidentified remains. NCJTC has partnered with the National Association for Search And Rescue (NASAR) to bring you dynamic speakers with broad knowledge and expertise in the area of missing and unidentified person cases. We are pleased to announce the participation of emergency management and search and rescue professionals at all levels.

Sept. 17, 2019
DHS Corporate Security Symposium

New York, New York 
Download flyer | To learn more, email APrivateSector@hq.dhs.gov
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of Intelligence Analysis (I&A) Private Sector Engagement Program has scheduled four corporate sector symposia in four locations to provide encouragement for greater coordination and collaboration between public and private entities. The Private Sector Engagement Program's Corporate Security Symposia are a series of regional day-long conferences held around the country to generate discussion among public and private sector partners regarding some of the most challenging issues our nation faces today. The symposia provide a forum for public and private sector partners to discuss current and emerging security threats relevant to their regions, with a strong focus on the businesses, infrastructure, and cyber security systems within them. These events provide opportunities to forge new relationships and strengthen existing ones to foster mutual success in mitigating threats. The four sessions will take place as follows: Chicago – June 11; Bentonville, Arkansas – Aug. 14; Atlanta, Georgia – Aug. 28; and New York City – Sept. 17.

Sept. 19, 2019, 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 
Fall 2019 PrepTalks Symposium

George Washington University, Jack Morton Auditorium
805 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC 20052
register online | flyer
Join us on Sept. 19 to hear from subject-matter experts and thought leaders who will spread new ideas, spark conversation, and promote innovative leadership. PrepTalks are open to everyone, including the public. PrepTalks are a partnership of the emergency management community, including FEMA, IAEM, NEMA, NHSC, and the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security. See videos and resource material for past PrepTalks online.

October 2019 

Oct. 8, 2019
EPA Region 6 In-Person Training: "Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training"

Addison, Texas
register online  
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Each training will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.

Oct. 10, 2019
EPA Region 8 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

Denver, Colorado
register online  
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.

Oct. 16, 2019
EPA Region 3 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
register online 
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Each training will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.

Oct. 18, 2019
EPA Region 2 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

New York City, New York
register online 

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Each training will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.

Oct. 21-23, 2019
5th OFSEC - Oman Fire, Safety and Security Exhibition

Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre
Mascat, Sultanate of Oman
event site 
OFSEC Expo 2019 is designed to meet the needs of the local, regional and international markets by linking practitioners, suppliers, distributors and manufacturers from the fire, safety and security industry, with key decision-makers from the government and private sectors, making it a definitive networking platform, where new projects and partnerships are initiated and visionary objectives are implemented. will bring together local and international exhibitors who will showcase their avant garde solutions, specific transverse and latest technologies, cutting edge innovations, cost-effective products and services to meet the requirements of governments, businesses, industrial & commercial entities, aviation, construction, infrastructure, transportation, manufacturing, oil and gas and utilities sectors.

Oct. 29, 2019
EPA Region 5 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

Chicago, Illinois
register online 
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Each training will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.

November 2019

Nov. 1, 2019

EPA Region 3 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

Annapolis, Maryland 
register online 
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Each training will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.

Nov. 5, 2019
EPA Region 1 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

Chelsea, Massachusetts
register online
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Each training will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.

Nov. 7, 2019
EPA Region 7 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

Lenexa, Kansas
register online 
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Each training will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.  

Nov. 15, 2019
EPA Region 4 In-Person Training: “Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Plan Training”

Atlanta Georgia
register online 
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will offer one-day in-person training sessions, by EPA regions, on the agency’s updated Vulnerability Self-Assessment Tools and Emergency Response Plan Guidance. There is limited space available, so register soon. The training will provide a detailed review of the new requirements and thorough discussion of the application of the updated tools. Preference is given to water utilities, state and tribal primary agency representatives, technical providers, and circuit riders. Each training session will be available later via webinar. Each training will be available later via webinar. Register for the in-person training by clicking your EPA Region: EPA Region 1, Nov. 5, Chelsea, Massachusetts; EPA Region 2, Oct. 18, New York City; EPA Region 3, Oct. 16, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; EPA Region 3, Nov. 1, Annapolis, Maryland; EPA Region 4, Nov. 15, Atlanta, Georgia; EPA Region 5, Oct. 29, Chicago; EPA Region 6, Oct. 8, Addison, Texas; EPA Region 7, Nov. 7, Lenexa, Kansas; EPA Region 8, Oct. 10, Denver, Colorado; EPA Region 9, Sept. 12, San Francisco; and EPA Region 10, Sept. 11, Seattle, Washington.  

 

Plan to Attend!

Nov. 15-20, 2019
IAEM 67th Annual Conference & EMEX 2019
"Honor the Past, Treasure the Present, Shape the Future"

Savannah, Georgia, USA

www.iaemconference.info



December 2019

Dec. 12-13, 2019
IAEM-USA Region 1 Conference:"Institutional & Government Emergency Managers Working Together to Build Community Resilience"

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

details here

  • Dec. 12, 2019: Networking Day
  • Dec. 13, 2019: Conference
  • Dec. 14, 2019: Certification Prep Course & Exam

2020

January 2020

Jan. 12-16, 2020
American Meteorological Society (AEMS) 2020 Annual Conference:
"The AMS Past, Present and Future: Linking Information to Knowledge to Society"

Boston, Massachusetts
event site | AMS Accepting Abstracts for 5th Symposium on U.S.-International Partners Relationships until Aug. 1, 2019.
The AMS Annual Meeting is the world’s largest yearly gathering for the weather, water, and climate community. It brings together great minds from a diverse set of scientific disciplines – helping attendees make career-long professional contact and life-long friends while learning from the very top people in the atmospheric sciences.

June 2020

June 1-4, 2020
22nd Annual Emergency Management Higher Education Symposium

National Emergency Training Center (NETC)
Emmitsburg, Maryland.
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