Partners in Emergency Preparedness Conference
Monday 04/09/2012
5:00Monday Evening Networking Reception - LeMay Car Museum [More Info]

Tuesday 04/10/2012
11:00 Hi-touch Communications in a Hi-Tech Era - Crisis Communications and Media Response Training for Today's Leaders [More Info]Large Scale Events and the Use of Social Media When National Media Comes to Town [More Info]Changes in the National Incident Management System and how it will affect Federal, State and Local operations. [More Info]Lessons from Earthquakes of 2008 - 2011 [More Info]Overcoming barriers: The role of gender in disasters [More Info]Planning for Medical Surge: A Step-by-Step Approach for Tangible Public Health Preparedness [More Info]Managing COOP in Disaster – The COOP Coordination Group [More Info]
1:15Mitigating, Preventing, Responding, and Recovering from Active Shooters Incidents [More Info]Dealing with Difficult People - during disasters [More Info]Kick Starting a Business Continuity Program [More Info]Get out of Town: Evacuation and Sheltering in a Catastrophic Incident [More Info]How Do Assumptions Affect Your Flood Losses and Economy? [More Info]The Importance of Cultural Competency in Emergency Management [More Info]Leveraging Money for Recovery - the role of the Emergency Manager in a complex economic world [More Info]
3:15State and Local Governments' Legal Authorities During Emergencies and "Home Rule" Misconceptions [More Info]Large Scale Events and the Use of Social Media When National Media Comes to Town [More Info]Mass Fatality Planning for Cities and Counties: Working Together to Prepare for the Worst [More Info]Climate Change and Adaptation - How to Build More Resilient Communities [More Info]Partners in Weather Preparedness - Basic [More Info]Panel Discussion: The American Red Cross Responding to Disasters [More Info]Mississippi Flooding: ESF6 Lessons Learned [More Info]

Wednesday 04/11/2012
9:00Effective Evacuation Coordination in Disasters [More Info]Observations from the 2011 Christchurch NZ and 2011 Great East Japan (Tohoku) Earthquakes Implications for the Pacific Northwest [More Info]Safety Preplanning and Strategy for Large Incident Responses [More Info]Emergency Radio Communications Made Simple [More Info]Partners in Weather Preparedness – Advanced [More Info]Developing a Regional Pediatric Disaster Response Plan [More Info]What your “mama” didn’t tell you about flood recovery? [More Info]
11:00Hi-touch Communications in a Hi-Tech Era - Crisis Communications and Media Response Training for Today's Leaders [More Info]Disaster Preparedness on a Limited Budget [More Info]Crisis and Sleep Deprivation - The Road to Weirdness [More Info]A Case Study of legal issues involving emergency management and emergency services [More Info]Protecting Organizations from Cyber Attack [More Info]Panel - Migrant Ships: A Multi-Jurisdiction Approach to Planning and Response [More Info]Family Assistance Center Planning for Mass Fatality Incidents [More Info]
1:30Magnitude 9 Paradigm Shift [More Info]Practical Disaster Sheltering: Strategies and Tactics for Success [More Info]Cascadia, View from a Volcano [More Info]Long Term Disaster Recovery [More Info]Washington State Department of Health Response to the Fukushima Nuclear Reactor [More Info]Radiological Emergency Preparedness "A Study of Federal, State and Local Preparedness for events at Nuclear Power Plants" [More Info]Emergency Alert System changes in Washington State [More Info]
3:15Rapid Responder: New Incident Command Tools [More Info]Social Media and Disaster Management Right Tool...Right Time...Right Place [More Info]Case Study of the Chilean Mine Rescue compared to the BP Oil Blow Out in the Gulf of Mexico [More Info]“Whole Community” as a Framework to Identify and Address Gaps in Vulnerable Populations Planning [More Info]Teachers: Forgotten Resource in School Disaster Preparedness [More Info]Disaster Pet Sheltering planning and Lessons Learned [More Info]Patient Movement: A Different Kind of Evacuation [More Info]