C.L.E.A.N.’s Free Annual Emergency Preparedness Seminar on JUNE 16, 2010 - in pdf

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Keynote Speech: 

Lucky We Live Hawaii: Looking to the Past to Sustain Our Future
Presented by Ramsay Taum, Founder and President of Life Enhancement Institute (LEI) of the Pacific LCCcer
 

An Overview of the City & County’s Emergency Response Structure DEMHPD, HFD

Presented by Melvin Kaku, Director, Department of Emergency Management, City and County of Honolulu; Rolland Harvest, Deputy Fire Chief, Honolulu Fire Department; and Capt. Terrence Kong, Civil Defense Coordinator, Honolulu Police Department

 

Tsunami Inundation Mapping Project pdfvideo 1video 2video 3video 4

Presented by Kwok Fai Cheung, Ph.D., Professor of Ocean and Resources Engineering at University of Hawaii  

 

Disaster Preparedness for Your Family

Presented by Kenneth Gilbert, Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) and Disaster Response & Recovery Officer

 

How to Derive the Most from CLEAN's Emergency Response Guide

Presented by Shirley Zhai, Regulatory Compliance Office for BEI Hawaii and Annie Lam, Supervisor Contingency Planning & Response for Tesoro Hawaii
 

A Mobile Triage in Action

Presented by Vincent Matsukado, Security Manager, Interim Emergency Preparedness Manager for Hawaii Medical Center

 

What Happens in Real-Life Hazmat Scenarios?

Presented by Lawton Mauai, Director of Loss Prevention for Marriot's Ko Olina Beach Club

 

Hurricane Outlook for 2010

Presented by Thomas Schroeder, Ph.D., Department Chair and Associate Professor of Meteorology, University of Hawaii at Manoa

 


Click here to download the Emergency Preparedness Seminar 2010 program.

   

Emergency Response Seminar 2010

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Register today! Space is limited.

Free Annual Emergency Preparedness Seminar 

Mark your calendar for the annual emergency preparedness seminar

WED, JUNE 16, 2010 from 9 am to 3 pm @ JW Marriott Ihilani Resort

 

Seminar topics include: 

 

Lucky We Live Hawai‘i: Looking to the Past to Sustain the Future

An Overview of the City & County’s Emergency Response Structure

Tsunami Inundation Mapping Project

Disaster Preparedness for Your Family

How to Derive the Most from CLEAN’s Emergency Response Guide

A Mobile Triage in Action

What Happens in Real-Life Hazmat Scenarios

Hurricane Outlook for 2010

 

 Click here to download the event program for details.

 

Whether it’s a tsunami on a Saturday morning, a fire on a Friday evening or a hurricane on a holiday, you, your family and your organization must be ready to respond. The Campbell Local Emergency Action Network (CLEAN) presents its annual emergency response seminar as a free community service to businesses and other organizations in the Kapolei area so that you can be ready for the next incident. Join us for a full day of information-packed sessions. Learn practical tips in developing your emergency response plan or gain new insights to fine-tune your existing plan from government officials and experts who are on the frontlines in responding to emergencies in Hawaii. 

 

 The all-day event is free and open to any business

operating in the Kapolei region. 

 

Space is limited.

Please RSVP by Friday, June 4, 2010

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Emergency Response Seminar 2009

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75 people participated in the Emergency Response Seminar. Available below are the seminar presentations in pdf format:

 

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Emergency Response Seminar 5/29/2009 

Emergency Response Seminar 5/29/2009 

Emergency Response Seminar 5/29/2009


In this economy, emergency preparedness must remain a top priority, so that your organization can be ready to mitigate the impact of business interruptions resulting from industrial incidents or natural disasters.

As a free service to the community, the Campbell Local Emergency Action Network invites you to all-day emergency response seminar. Whether you’re new to emergency response planning or a veteran, this seminar will provide you valuable tips and new insights from the most trusted government officials and experts in the field.

 

Read more: Emergency Response Seminar 2009

   

Emergency Response Seminar 2008

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Be ready! This full-day seminar provides on in-depth look at how to prepare your organization for the new emergency.

A Free Session

This emergency preparedness session is presented as a community service by the Campbell Local Emergency Action Network (C.L.E.A.N.), a coalition of industry representatives, government agencies and community members.

Read more: Emergency Response Seminar 2008