Building Whole Community Engagement Course

April 17, 2018April 17, 2018

Description:

This course is designed to equip Local Emergency Planning Committees (LEPC) and Tribal Emergency PlanningCommittees (TEPC) with the knowledge, tools and best practices needed to establish an engaging and productive team among the whole community of stakeholders to reduce hazardous material risks. The course details responsibilities and interests of key stakeholders and collectively preparing for how hazardous material incidents impact them and the community. This course will facilitate collaboration and strengthen the whole community engagement by providing tools, resources and direction through thefollowing core capabilities: Planning, Operational Coordination, Operational Communications, and Community Resiliency. Students will develop goals, performance indicators and plans during practical exercises to assist the LEPC/TEPC with reducing risk from fixed and mobile hazardous materials.

Location: University of Virginia, Zehmer Hall,  Room A, 104 Midmont LaneCharlottesville, VA 22903

Instructor: Georgia Tech Research Institute/FEMA

Course Manager:

Candice Crockett

Academic Support Technician

804-897-9780

Candice.crockett@vdem.virginia.gov

Event Details

Date:
April 17, 2018April 17, 2018
Duration:
1 day
Time:
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location:
University of Virginia, Zehmer Hall,  Room A, 104 Midmont Lane, Charlottesville, VA 22903
Instructor:
Georgia Tech Research Institute
Course Manager:
Candice Crockett
Contact:
(804) 897-9780