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7:15-8:15      Registration, Continental Breakfast, Time for Exhibits, etc.

8:15-9:00      Opening Address & Awards

9:00-9:15      Break/Transition to Sessions
9:15-10:30    BLOCK A Concurrent Sessions (view grid below)
                     You will be asked to select ONE session from below when you register

10:30-11:00  Break & Time for Exhibits

11:00-12:15  BLOCK B Concurrent Sessions (view grid below)
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12:15-1:45    Lunch (provided) and Time for Exhibits & Networking
1:45-3:00      BLOCK C Concurrent Sessions (view grid below)
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3:00-3:30      Refreshment Break and final opportunity to visit with Exhibitors
3:30-4:45      BLOCK D Concurrent Breakout Sessions (view grid below)
                     You will be asked to select ONE session from below when you register
4:45              Adjourn!










A1. 50 Shades of Grants

B1. Environmental & Historic Considerations for FEMA Grant Applicants
C1. Chickens aren’t the only ones who need a COOP!
D1. Be Cool, Be Prepared! Planning for Heat Events
A2. What DID They Volunteer For: How to Use Volunteers Effectively
B2. The Great Springfield Tornado of 2011
C2. Planning for Everyone: Inclusive Disaster Response Planning
D2. Building Resiliency and Wellness Among Volunteers and Other Responders

A3. Active Threat Planning: How to Form an Active Workgroup

B3. Emergency Operations Planning for Childcare Providers
C3. Public Information Officers: A One-Person Band Part I
D3. Public Information Officers: A One-Person Band Part II
A4. Weather 101: Introduction to Meteorology for Emergency Management
(Emergency Management Academy Elective)

B4. NHVOAD: Insights into NH Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
C4. Understanding Impacts of Ice Storms on NH Forests: New Insights from the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest
D4. How Utilities Apply Technology Throughout an Outage Lifecycle
A5. Flood Safety Awareness for First Responders
B5. School Emergency Readiness – It Takes a Community
C5. When it DOES Happen Here: An Active Shooter Event
D5. Lessons Learned from My Own Emergency: How We Can Better Prepare the Public for Emergencies
A6. What’s in your Mutual Aid Toolbox?
B6. NH’s Draught and Response Measures
C6. NH Department of Environmental Services – Spill Response & Complaint Investigation Section
D6. Bomb-making Materials Awareness Program
A7. Using Geospatial Technologies to Plan for Large Facility Incidents
B7. What Doesn’t an EMD do?
(Emergency Management Academy Elective)

D7. Responding to the Detection of PFCs in NH’s Drinking Water
B8. CRASE: Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events
C7. Going for the Grant – HSEM Exercise Process
D8. Automating Hospital Mass Casualty Incidence Response: What Matters and Why?
C8. NH Reunification Services During Mass Care Incidents
A9. School Disturbances - Prepping for the Best Possible Outcome
B9. When You Can’t Log On: Planning for Information Systems Downtime
C9. NH Opioid Crisis: Challenging Our Preparedness
D9. NH Opioid Crisis: Creating an Eye in the Storm
A10. The Drug Monitoring Initiative 
B10. NH Preventative Radiological Nuclear Detection Program
C10. FEMA Procurement Standards
D10. Understanding Cyber Threats
B11. New Ways to Forecast Future Weather
C11. Building Resilient Communities in Today’s Uncertain World
D11. Best Practices for Working with Persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders

A11. Aircraft Crashes: What First Responders Need to Know

(Double Session)

C12. Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Disaster Management
D12. Preparing for the Next Disaster (Declaration)