Emergency Management Professionals of Hawaii is an organization that focuses on providing professional development opportunities to individuals that are interested in Emergency Management.
- Network with individuals in the Emergency Management field.
- Learn from presentations given by members that are subject matter experts.
- Get support for completing your Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) and Associate Emergency Manager (AEM) applications.
Our members come from all sectors of Emergency Management: private, non-profit, and government (local, state and federal).
Please join us at our meetings, or to request information, contact us.
FYSA – This has some good lessons learned on recovery efforts/planning, especially setting up a one stop shop for recovery was, as well as partnerships throughout the community.
Wednesdays in August 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EDT
EMI e-Forums are 1-hour, moderated, webinar discussion forums that provide an opportunity for EMI and the emergency management community to discuss matters of interest on national preparedness training.
EMI e-Forums facilitate a discussion of whole community-presented best practices. The panel members are whole community, with topics relevant to whole community. These exchanges of ideas are free of charge and available to anyone who wishes to participate.
- 8/2 National Exercise Program: Tales from States Who Participated
- 8/9 The Emergency Management Professional Program: Bringing the Whole Community Together
- 8/16 Public Information Officers: Training Builds Capability We Are Proud Of
- 8/23 Improving Local Recovery: Training as a Success Maker
- 8/30 State Training Officer and State Administrative Agent TPOC: Working Together Achieves Better Outcomes
Login link: https://fema.connectsolutions.com/emieforums
Tuesday, July 18, 2017, 2:00-3:30 p.m. EDT
IAEM Think Tank: "Large Event Crisis Planning – A Private Sector Perspective"
Description: Crisis planning for large events is now on the mind of many emergency managers due to the recent awful attacks overseas. This concern is especially high for private sector companies that host thousands of people at events or on their sites. Our upcoming IAEM Think Tank will provide a behind-the-scenes look at large event crisis planning from a private sector perspective and explain how to engage with government responders to develop a seamless response plan.
Lots of disaster apps listed here including at least one from Hawaii: