NH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS CONFERENCE

PRESENTATIONS

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The sessions listed below are the only sessions that we have permission to post. If it is not listed, then we either do not have it, or don't have permission to post it. 


BLOCK A

A1. Better Together: Strengthening Relationships Between Emergency Services and Child Care

      Additional Handout


A4. Building Partnerships Means Building Trust


A8. Introducing the Granite State Health Care Coalition: A Resource for Health Care Preparedness and Resilience


A9. The Ultimate Tool Box: How Public Works Mutual Aid Works


A10. CAMEO A Whole Community Approach

This session was canceled due to an emergency with the presenter. 


A11. Shelter Planning - So easy your grandma can do it!


BLOCK B

B3. River Ice Jams in NH: What They Are and Technologies to Assess Them


B5. Understanding Dementia: Implications for Emergency Preparedness and Response


B10. Debris Management: Dealing with What the Storms Leave Behind


B11. Radiological Emergency Preparedness: What the heck is that? 


B12. Applying the NIST Cybersecurity Framework: A Primer


BLOCK C

C3. Addressing Human Trafficking in NH


C6. Harnessing the Power of NH Volunteers in 2018


C9. Drones During Disasters


C10. NH's Online Flood Hazard Mitigation Database


C11. Introduction to NH Homeland Security Exercises and Training Program


BLOCK D

D1. The Essentials of Evacuation Planning


D2. Team Rubicon: Responding to Natural Disasters

D3. Climate Resilience Listening Session

D6. Moving the Herd: Planning for Animals During Manmade and Natural Disasters at the Town-Level

D7. Protecting Our Own: Exploring the Role of Volunteers in Emergency Incident Rehabilitation

D9. Recognition and Prioritization of Environmental/Physical Threats for Critical Path Emergency Planning and Response

D11. Rapid Disaster Assessment and Response using Survey 123 for ArcGIS: The White Mountain National Forest experience