Monday, July 8, 2019

FREE.....2019 CAP Implementation Workshop (17-18 Oct in Mexico City)


Tornado warning, Smoke\Fire Alarm warning, Earthquake warning, Flood warning.

What type of warnings are in your community?
Are they tested so everyone is familiar with the visual and audible alarms?



The international standard Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) helps societies greatly improve emergency alerting. 

If you are not familiar with CAP, here is a 15-minute video from the recent UN-led disaster reduction conference. 

Anyone interested in emergency alerting is welcome to participate in the free 2019 CAP Implementation Workshop (17-18 Oct 2019, in Mexico City).

The Workshop is described in this flyer and further details are at the Workshop website.

If you have CAP implementation experiences or insights to share, please let the Workshop Program Committee know (by e-mail to me: eliot.j.christian@gmail.com ) that you want to give one of the 20-minute presentations. 

Eliot Christian

  



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