Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Webinar: Wednesday, Dec 12, 2012. 12:00 Noon. Pre-Disaster Recovery


Pre-Disaster Recovery Planning

Avoiding the Rush to Normalcy

December 12, 2012 -- 12:00 Noon Eastern

For our last program of 2012, EMForum.org is pleased to host a one hour presentation and interactive discussion Wednesday, December 12, 2012, beginning at 12:00 Noon Eastern time (please convert to your local time). Our topic will be the importance of developing a recovery and reconstruction plan well before a catastrophic disaster strikes, to incorporate efforts to mitigate against future hazard events and other improvements, and to resist community pressures to "return to normal" that frequently overwhelm a more planned approach.

Our guest will be Carolyn J. Harshman, MPA, CEM®, President of Emergency Planning Consultants, and subject matter expert in the fields of hazard mitigation, risk assessment, and recovery planning.

Please make plans to join us, and see the Background Page for links to related resources and participant Instructions. On the day of the program, use the Webinar Login link not more than 30 minutes before the scheduled time. Please note: a password is no longer required for login.

As always, please feel free to extend this invitation to your colleagues

In partnership with Jacksonville State University, EIIP offers CEUs for attending EMForum.org Webinars.  See http://www.emforum.org/CEUs.htm for details.

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