NDPTC will be hosting a demo of a new 4-hour version of the PER-304, Social Media for Natural Disaster Response and Recovery, as pre-conference training for the PRiMO conference on August 6. Free to the public (parking is $12/day at the Hawaii Convention Center). Those interested can register at https://ndptc.hawaii.edu/training/delivery/2183/ with the registration code 62397 but need to log in or create an NDPTC account.
The IAEM honors the completion of this training as emergency or general management training for credit hours towards AEM/CEM certifications.
Please join us, Friday, June 22, 2018 for an afternoon Pau Hana at Gordon Biersch Brewery, Aloha Tower! Relax after work or school, and get to know some of your fellow emergency management professionals or aspiring EM’s!
The organization will sponsor some pupus…you are responsible for purchasing your own beverages, dinner.
You may bring one non-member guest.
Our May meeting will be held at the Tripler Army Medical Center Conference Room (Ocean Side, 10th Floor). You must register in advance for this event to gain access to Tripler Army Medical Center. Please identify yourself as a valid ID card holder or visitor on your registration.
Tuesday July 10, 2018, Click here to register now.
- Presentation by Mr. Thomas Bookman, Regional Health Command-Pacific Emergency Manager on the 2018 RIMPAC multi-national exercise
- Presentation by Mr. Jeff Farris, Honolulu Incident Management Team
If you do not already have access to Tripler Army Medical Center with a valid military ID or entry pass, we must receive your Eventbrite registration with your full name no later than June 27th to process a visitor pass.
Plenty of parking is available at Tripler Army Medical Center. Park on the Ocean Side for closest access to the conference room.
Hope to see you there!
City and County of Honolulu’s Office of Climate Change (Photo: Sunny Greer)
Our May General Membership Meeting included a tour of NOAA’s Daniel K. Inouye Regional Center, a presentation by Josh Stanbro, from the City and County of Honolulu’s Office of Climate Change, Sustainability, and Resilience, along with professional networking and sharing of ideas and information. Thank you to the presenters and members who attended and contributed the meeting.
NOAA Inouye Regional Center Tour (Photo: Sunny Greer)
Our next general meeting will be on Tuesday, July 10, 2018. In the meantime, join us at a pau hana social event on Friday, June 22, 2018 at Gordon Beirsch. Stay tuned for the details and invitation announcements for those upcoming events.
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (Photo: Sunny Greer)
Our May meeting will be held at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Inouye Regional Center (IRC) on Ford Island. You must register in advance for this event to gain access to Ford Island and the NOAA IRC. Please identify yourself as a valid Ford Island entry card holder or visitor on your registration.
- Tour of the NOAA IRC facility
- Presentation by Mr. Joshua Stanbro, Chief Resilience Officer & Executive Director of the City’s Office of Climate Change, Sustainability, and Resiliency
If you do not already have access to Ford Island with a valid military ID or entry pass, we must receive your Eventbrite registration and the personal information listed below no later than April 19th to process a visitor pass. You may include this information in your Eventbrite registration, or send separately via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Full Name
- Last 4 digits of Social Security Number
- Date of Birth
- Place of Birth
Due to base access restrictions, this event is open to U.S. citizens only. Plenty of parking is available outside the NOAA IRC building.
Hope to see you there!
The Certification Webinar Series is a free program to assist candidates in obtaining their certification with IAEM.
The format for these webinars will be a 30 minute presentation followed by a 30 minute question and answer segment with Certification Commissioners.
Register through the IAEM website for the upcoming webinars (all scheduled to begin at 1:00 PM Eastern) :
· April 11 – Training, Letters of Reference, Exam, Certification Fees
· May 9 – Experience/Work History, Degree Documentation
· June 13 – Professional Contributions
On-Demand recordings will be posted on the IAEM website after each webinar.
IAEM’s EMvision Talks are modeled on the well-known TED™ Talk format.The Talks provide a forum for people to share a personal connection to an idea, experience or passion related to emergency management, leadership, communication, community engagement, or other related topics
Talks are limited to 7-minutes and will be on the plenary stage on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at the IAEM 66th Annual Conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Review before you submit –
Round 1 – Abstract Submission
Opens – March 12th
Closes – April 9th at 5pm ET
Round 2 – Video Submission
Closes June 15th
CLICK HERE for the submission link
The IAEM Call for Speakers deadline is just 2 days away, Friday, February 16th at 5:00pm ET.
Link to the website – https://iaemconference.info/2018/speakers-2/