NH Emergency Preparedness Conference
June 10, 2015
Radisson Hotel, Manchester, NH
Thank you to the 49 vendors and 835 attendees! We appreciate your continued support and participation.
The NH Emergency Preparedness Conference is an annual event that brings together a wide spectrum of emergency planners and responders from across our state to explore all aspects of emergency management using an all hazards approach. The conference provides excellent opportunities for training and networking with local experts and practitioners from fields such as Emergency Management, Public Health, Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement, Business, Healthcare, Local Government, Public Works, Education, Social Services, and Volunteer groups. Examples of session topics from past conferences include crisis communications, including health care system response, social media, volunteer management, continuity of operations planning, sheltering, environmental health, personal preparedness, critical infrastructure protection, public health surveillance, disaster recovery, insurance, functional needs, transportation, mass fatalities, radiological emergencies, and the impact of climate change on preparedness.
This conference is brought to you by the NH Department of Health and Human Services & the NH Department of Safety with the help of planning partners from the NH Department of Environmental Services, NH Department of Resources & Economic Development, Community Health Institute/JSI, NH Health Officers Association, VolunteerNH, NH Hospital Association, Public Health Network Coordinators, NH Public Works Mutual Aid, NH Building Officials Association, and Representatives from New Boston CERT.
Funding for this conference is made possible (in part) by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded by the NH Department of Health Human Services and from FEMA's Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) Program awarded by NH Homeland Security and Emergency Management. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers or moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the NH Department of Health and Human Services, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices imply endorsement by the US Government.