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FEMA Employment Opportunities at http://www.usajobs.gov
FEMA is interested in hiring individuals that would like to become part of a well skilled, knowledgeable, high performance workforce that reflects the diversity of our nation.
Campus Safety, Health and Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA) A division of the National Safety Council http://www.cshema.org/
Center for Hazards Assessment Response and Technology, University of New Orleans
Mission: The focus of the Center for Hazards Assessment Response and
Technology (CHART) is to support Louisiana community sustainability in
llight of natural, technological, environmental and terrorist risk to
which the region is vulnerable.
Multi-Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's "Multi-Hazard Identification
and Risk Assessment" document is now available on-line. As part of the
agency's national effort to mitigate human and economic loss caused by
disasters, FEMA initiated a research project to clarify and document
previous efforts to identify natural and technological hazards and to
assess associated risks. Subsequently, this document was prepared to
summarize the findings. It reviews virtually all atmospheric, geologic,
hydrologic, and other natural hazards, as well as numerous technological
risks. It then summarizes several risk assessment approaches and identifies
the various activities that compose the National Mitigation Strategy.
It concludes with a summary and numerous appendices.
IAEM University/College Committee
Committee Mission: The mission of the Universities & Colleges Committee is to represent the emergency management issues surrounding college and university campuses. Although they are a part of the communities in which they reside, higher education institutions take on special and sometimes unique considerations when preparing their students, faculty, staff and visitors for responding to, recovering from and mitigating against emergencies. The purpose of this committee is to provide emergency managers from higher education institutions a voice on a national and international scale to ensure their needs are also being addressed by government and industry officials.
International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) - http://www.iaem.com/
“The International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to promoting the goals of saving lives and protecting property during emergencies and disasters. The mission of IAEM is to serve its members by providing information, networking and professional opportunities, and to advance the emergency management profession”.
National Emergency Training
Resource Center (LRC)
With more than 100,000 books, reports, periodicals, and audiovisual materials,
the LRC provides information and resources on fire and emergency management
subjects to students, faculty at NETC and the general public.
The Association of Higher Education
Founded in 1914, the Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers
is an international association dedicated to maintaining, protecting,
and promoting the quality of educational facilities. APPA serves and
assists facilities officers and physical plant administrators in colleges,
universities, and other educational institutions throughout the United
States, Canada, Mexico, ad other countries worldwide. For more information
contact them at http://www.appa.org/index.cfm .
The Society for College and University Planning (deals
specifically with emergency management)
SCUP, The Society for College and
University Planning, established in 1965, is the only association
focused on the promotion, advancement, and application of effective
planning in higher education. The Society’s number one strategic
objective is that SCUP should identify and compile the substantive
knowledge about higher education planning-its purposes, processes,
and technology-and create an information base, which is easily
accessible to those who plan.
SCUP’s membership numbers more than 4,200 individuals representing
both public and private, two year and four-year colleges and universities
as well as governing/coordinating boards, companies, and other related
organizations and well as a diverse international membership interested
in higher education planning.
Seattle Emergency Management Website
The Seattle Emergency Management website serves as an example of a 21st
century Office of Emergency Management. Emergency Management administers
and directs two programs: in preparedness, the Seattle Disaster Aid and
Response Teams (SDART) and Project Impact, a permanent community mitigation
program of the City. Another important aspect of the website is an on-line
disaster plan, Seattle Disaster and Response Plan, for the city
of Seattle. This comprehensive plan prepares the citizens of Seattle
for a large-scale disaster. The plan includes Situation, Organizational
Responsibilities, Mayoral Prerogatives, Incident Command Terms, Recovery
Plan Checklist and much more information. The website also includes information
concerning hazards, getting prepared, what to do in an emergency, who
and what people are responsible for certain areas during an emergency.
Links to notable offices such as the mayor, police, fire department,
and weather and city directory are included as well as links to other
emergency management databases.
Oregon Partnership for Disaster ResilienceIn June 2007, ONHW and the Partnership for Disaster Resistance & Resilience merge under one name and management structure at the University of Oregon: The Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience (OPDR) is born.