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|G318 Mitigation Planning Workshop
|Location: Camp Murray, WA
Washington Emergency Mgmt. Dept. Training Facility
Camp Murray, WA
This in-person, 2-day workshop covers the fundamentals of the mitigation planning requirements for communities to develop new or updated Local or Tribal Mitigation Plans that address community priorities and needs and meet requirements established in 44 CFR 201.6. This workshop describes the planning process, the requirements for stakeholder involvement, assessing risks and developing effective mitigation strategies. Finally, the basic elements of the plan review, approval, and update cycle are discussed, including tips for implementing and maintaining an approved plan, tracking performance, keeping stakeholders involved, and preventing plans from lapsing or expiring.
FEMA encourages tribes and local jurisdictions to sign up if they need a refresher on mitigation planning or are completing a first time mitigation plan. As always, state and other federal agency staff are welcome to attend.
For those interested, you can obtain certification credits by attending this course.
Free, but registration is required.
For more information about this workshop, contact Stacie Imuta, FEMA Region X Training and Exercise Specialist at Stacie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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