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August 20, 2012. Legal Issues and Disasters: Things You Should Know FEMA Course MGT - 366

Main Contact

Mr. Don Willis
804-516-5778 office

Contact for Course Provider

Dr. Deborah Robinson 
University of the District of Columbia  
202-274-5679 office 


Monday August 20, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EDT

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VDOT District Office Building 
4975 Alliance Drive
Potomac Conference Room
Fairfax, VA 22030

Driving Directions 
This course is a survey of selected legal issues that typically arise during emergencies. The goal of the course is to enhance the ability of state, territorial, tribal and local governments, emergency managers and planners, first responders, and VOADs to identify potential legal issues that can arise during a disaster so that necessary adjustments to planning, policies or procedures can be developed prior to a disaster. The instructor-led, 8-hour course is divided into five modules; planning, evacuation, shelters, out-of-state volunteers, and federal financial assistance & reimbursement. At the end of the course, participants will be able to identify the most common legal issues associated with these issues and understand general procedures to avoid the associated liability.

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