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Name PER-404 Logistics and Supply Chain Resilience in Disasters : ( PER-404)
Description This course will train public and private stakeholders to establish a resilient disaster supply chain that is capable of rapidly sourcing, tracking, transporting, staging, and distributing critical emergency supplies to survivors during a disaster. The course will provide a practical approach for participants to develop collaborative public- private solutions to rapidly restore pre-existing supply chains to provide critical supplies to survivors during a disaster.
PreRequisite N/A
Target Audience Public and private sector disaster logistics and supply chain stakeholders, including Federal, State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial leadership and management, Councils of Government and Area Development Districts, Emergency Management Personnel and Responders, Agriculture producers, Non-profits, and Economic Development Agencies
Additional Information Course will be from 8am - 5pm each day Students must register at the below link (Deadline is November 29, 2022) For additional information, contact Amy Kirk at or by phone at 865-974-6530
Location Osceola County EOC
Address 2586 Partin Settlement Road
Kissimmee 34744
Region 5

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Date Tuesday, Dec 13, 2022 - Wednesday, Dec 14, 2022
Point of Contact Bill Litton
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Brendan BlaisOsceola Division of Emergency Management