March 29-31, 2022 - Baltimore Convention Center - Baltimore, MD
NFMT 2020 Session

Emergency Preparedness: Risks and Resilience

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About this session:

Every day, institutional and commercial facilities face potential emergencies from a host of threats — climate change and natural disasters that include earthquakes, wildfires, flooding and tornadoes, as well as disease outbreaks, mass shootings and cyberattacks. Building owners, facility managers and their peers involved in emergency preparedness need to prepare their facilities for the worst. To make sure investments in preparations are effective, they need to use risk assessments to identify and prioritize the most pressing risks and turn results of the assessments into action to improve facility resilience.

1. Understanding resilience in institutional and commercial facilities
2. Planning and conducting risk assessments to identify threats
3. Guidance in using risk-assessment results to prioritize threats to facilities
4. Turning results into tangible actions to improve emergency preparedness and resilience
5. Understanding the future of resilience in facilities


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