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Name MIT-002 Moving Beyond Traditional Hazard Risk Analysis : ( MIT-002)
Description This course builds on the Using Geospatial Technologies to Describe and Measure Risks and Vulnerabilities from Florida Hurricanes course to explore opportunities for addressing elements of risk that are not commonly addressed in mitigation planning. It also offers insights on how GIS specifically can be used to characterize, respond to and mitigate the risks posed by Florida hurricanes by expanding on your understanding of socioeconomic risks, visualizing risk and incentivizing action, and using the power of statistics to identify patterns and relationships in your data.
Target Audience Florida Floodplain Managers, Emergency Management Professionals, and GIS Professionals
Additional Information For admittance into the building you will need a photo id. You will need to bring a laptop computer or tablet for this course.
Location Kelley Training Room
Address 2555 Shumard Oak
Tallahassee 32399
Region 2

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Date Tuesday, Aug 11, 2020 - Thursday, Aug 13, 2020
Point of Contact Jason Ray
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Event Status Cancelled
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Approved to Attend
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Graciela HirigoyenPinellas US Coast Guard Auxiliary
Nicolai ModrowLeon Division of Emergency Management
Emily DwyerLeon AC Disaster Consulting
Kevin HardyLeon Division of Emergency Management
Christopher SabolLeon Division of Emergency Management
Daniel CurcioLeon Division of Emergency Management
Cameron YoungLeon Division of Emergency Management
Juan MatosLeon Division of Emergency Management
Standby Awaiting State Approval
If your name appears on this list your application has been approved by your supervisor or county/tribe emergency management program and is on standby awaiting final approval from the state. This approval may be dependent upon available space, the target audience, as well as other factors.

Keith McCarronLeon Other-Leon
Pending Supervisor or Emergency Management Program Approval
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Amy PetersonLeon FEMA Region IV
Michael SpagnoloLeon Division of Emergency Management