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Closed Hazard Mitigation Planning Workshop
Date: 2/5/2013 - 2/6/2013
Location: Bisamarck - Radisson Hotel
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An approved Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan opens the door for mitigation project funding to protect our citizens and communities in time of disaster. Hazard Mitigation pays off in reduced disaster damages and protection for our citizens.
This 2-day workshop covers the fundamentals of the mitigation planning requirements for communities to develop new or updated Local Mitigation Plans that address community priorities and needs and meet requirements established in 44 CFR 201.6.
This workshop describes the planning process, the requirements for stakeholder involvement, the relationship between multi-hazard mitigation planning requirements and elements of the Community Rating System to assess risks and develop effective mitigation strategies. Finally, the basic elements of the plan review, approval, and update cycle are discussed, including tips for implementing and maintaining an approved plan, tracking performance, keeping stakeholders involved, and preventing plans from lapsing or expiring.
The 2 day training actiivity will start at 8;00am each day and finish at 5;00pm. The training will take place at the Radisson Hotel, 605 East Broadway Ave, Bismarck, ND. Each individual is responsible for their own room reservations.
The North Dakota Department of Emergency Services will reimburse all qualified participants at the authorized state rates for lodging and meals.
Kathleen Donahue and Bruce Buchholtz are the contact for questions on this workshop. They can be reached at 1.800.773.3259 or 701.328.8113.




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