FEMA / STARR
Online - Webinar
Nov. 17, 2017
1:00pm - 2:00pm Eastern Time
Comprehensive plans establish policies that are intended to guide a community’s day-to-day land use decisions and capital facilities expenditures. These policies have a major impact on whether people and property are exposed to natural hazards as well as the extent to which they are vulnerable to injury and damage. Therefore, it is imperative that these policies are based on best available hazard data (acknowledging known data errors or gaps), including the nature of local hazards, the vulnerability of people and property, and the potential destruction that can be caused by these hazards. This hazard data is the foundation on which natural hazard mitigation plans are developed.
Join the FEMA Region 10 Mitigation Planning Team and guest speakers as we review opportunities for integration, review examples, and identify resources to integrate plans.
1 CEC for CFMs
Free, but registration is required.
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