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Name FL-601 Preliminary Damage Assessment : ( FL-601)
Description This course is intended for local and state officials or other employees assisting with damage assessment duties. Training will focus the importance and purpose of conducting and reporting accurate Initial Damage Assessments (IDA) following a presidentially declared disaster. Training with include an overview of the Individual Assistance (IA) program, Public Assistance (PA) program and the pathway to the Joint Preliminary Damage Assessments (Joint PDA). This is an interactive course using various technology tools for learner engagement.
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Target Audience • Local government officials, Public Works representative, County Department heads, Project Managers, Finance Representatives • Anyone tasked with going in field to conduct damage assessments after a disaster will benefit from this class • GIS staff who handle damage assessments utilizing technology are encouraged to attend as well since the focus has been broadened to encompass this methodology • Agencies heads may wish to designate staff employees who may handle this function in the event of a presidentially declared disaster
Additional Information 8:30AM-12:30PM Central Time Room tends to run cool; jacket recommended
Location Washington County EOC
Address 2300 Pioneer Rd
Chipley 32428
Washington
Region 1

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Date Thursday, Feb 16, 2023 - Thursday, Feb 16, 2023
Point of Contact Connie Welch
850-638-6203  
cwelch@washingtonfl.com
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NameCountyOrganization
Justin LeachWashington 
Connie WelchWashingtonWashington County Emergency Management
Lynne AbelWashingtonEmergency Management
Tiffany PleasWashington 
Grant GoodwinLeon Division of Emergency Management
Danny PorterWashington 
Sophia HenlineWashington 
James JacobyLeon Other-Leon
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