Listen to Jacqueline Johnson, M.Ed., COO, Caring Health Center, Springfield, Massachusetts, speak about what a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) is, how their service differs from other healthcare providers, what their response was to COVID-19, how their operations changed and how they coordinated across CHCs, and what changes they see to the world of CHCs as we plan for vaccine rollouts.
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This online emergency management conference is a world-first that looks at the considerations for animals and brings together leading emergency experts in this field. Organized by Animal Evac New Zealand, the conference will connect leading animal emergency and disaster researchers with practitioners and fellow academics. The online format offers a staggered series of free-to-view, online and recorded webinars. The interactive presentations offer convenient time zones for those presenting and viewing.
The National Dam Safety Review Board Training Task Group on Dam Safety Training encourages all dam and levee safety professionals and those responsible for responding to dam and levee safety incidents to apply to attend the 28th Annual National Dam Safety Program Technical Seminar (NDSPTS). Scheduled for Feb. 15-19, 2021, 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. EST, the seminar will focus on the theme of “Risk Informed Decision Making and Benefit Cost Analysis for Dam and Levee Projects.” More information will be shared here as it becomes available.
Have you struggled to understand the documentation needed for the Resource Management, Mutual Aid & Logistics Standard Area? Do you know what EMAP is looking for in terms of your resource gap analysis? These are questions that the webinar will strive to address. The Resource Management, Mutual Aid & Logistics Standard Area is composed of six standards. These standards require documentation of your program's resource management system and processes, resource gap analysis, and donations and volunteer management processes. Learn more about the intent and application of the Resource Management, Mutual Aid & Logistics Standard Area.
Have you struggled to understand how to approach and navigate through the Communications & Warning Standard Area? Do you know what EMAP is looking for in the planning and testing of your communication, notification, and warning systems? These are all questions that the webinar will strive to address. The Communications & Warning Standard Area can be a challenging Standard Area due to its structure and requirements. Learn more about the intent and application of the Communications & Warning Standard Area.
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If your program is seeking an EMAP accreditation in 2021 or 2022? Do you have an accreditation manager who is trained on the 2019 Emergency Management Standard? Due to the challenges associated with providing classroom-based training during these unprecedented times, EMAP will be providing virtual cohort trainings in 2021. Please do not wait for classroom-based trainings at EMI. EMI has asked EMAP to transition the Emergency Management Standard Training to a virtual platform indefinitely. These training opportunities fill up quickly, so register right away.
Have you struggled to understand how to approach and navigate through the Facilities Standard Area? Are you struggling to understand the procedural and testing requirements? Do you know what EMAP is looking for in a tour of your primary and alternate EOCs? These are all questions that the webinar will strive to address.
Have you struggled to understand the documentation needed for the Exercises, Evaluations, and Corrective Actions Standard Area? Do you know what EMAP is looking for in terms of your exercise program? These are questions that the webinar will strive to address. The Exercises, Evaluations, and Corrective Actions Standard Area is composed of three standards. These standards require the implementation of the program's exercise program as well as its maintenance process. There are a lot of elements packed into these three standards. Learn more about the intent and application of the Exercises, Evaluations, and Corrective Actions Standard Area.
Have you struggled to understand how to approach and navigate through the Emergency Public Information & Education Standard Area? Are you struggling to differentiate between the warning standards in Standard Area 4.7 and the content in Standard Area 4.11? Do you know what EMAP is looking for in the crisis communications and public information and education plans and procedures? These are questions that the webinar will strive to address.
Las Vegas, Nevada
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Attendees of the National Homeland Security Conference typically include homeland security professionals, emergency managers, planners, public safety representatives from every response discipline, local state, and federal government leaders from the largest metropolitan areas in the 50 states and U.S. territories, as well as subject matter experts from the private sector. The National Homeland Security Conference provides a direct bridge to connect and share best practices among those charged with keeping our nation safe.
Harrah’s Waterfront Conference Center
Atlantic City, New Jersey
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Planning is still underway for the training and breakout session opportunities, so check back frequently for updates. The purpose of the conference 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 annual conference provides training and coordination, and promotes the development of public and private partnerships in planning, response, recovery and mitigation in all types of emergencies.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
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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.
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.