Presentations of Symposium 2009

Conference presentations

SILOING AMONGST PRACTITIONERS OF BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND OTHER RISK-BASED DISCIPLINES by Mark W. Bakers

Vulnerability Assessment using GIS:The 2008 Toronto Propane Explosion by Costas Armenakis and Niru Nirupama

Canada’s National Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction – Historical and International (UN) Contexts by Emdad Hague

Alberta Health Services Emergency / Disaster Preparedness by Shawn Grono

Multi-Agency Situational Awareness Systems (MASAS) by Ernest MacGillivray

Turtle Mountain Early Warning and Emergency response by Fransisco Moreno

Interdisciplinary, Inter-Jurisdictional and Inter-Cultural Dialogue:  Towards Risk Resiliency by Brenda L. Murphy

Using Geospatial Systems For Emergency Management by Terri Savitsky

Evaluation of risk mitigation systems for critical infrastructure by Bert Struik and John Clague

Public and Personal Notifications U of A ALERT by Laird Burton

Weather Vigilence : Providing Effective Weather Warnings by Olivier Gagnon

Evaluating economic losses from potential hazard events: an example of using Hazus-MH in Canada by Nicky Hastings, Murray Journeay, and Sonia Talwar

Multi-Agency Situational Awareness - Enabling a “Unifying Principle” to Enhancing National Interoperability by Jack Pagotto

Canada’s National Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction by Brenda L. Murphy

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:  EXPANDING OUR VISION BASED ON LESSONS LEARNED* by Thomas E. Drabek

The Warning Preparedness Meteorologists Program of the Meteorological Service of Canada by Denis Gosselin

High Impact Weather Studies : Helping to Indentify Risk & Develop Adaptation Strategies to Minimize Risks by Joanne Klaassen

Advances in Communications & Collaboration: Location-based Information Sharing for Multi-Agency Situational Awareness by Ken Marshall

Risk Reduction Platform : Recommanded Model by Ron Kuban

Recovery Decision Making and Communication Structures- Lessons Learned during the 2009 Manitoba Floods by Lee Spencer

CDSSU - CRHnet Symposium by Cathy Bulych and John Webb

Collaboration & integration:The ESS Experience in Nova Scotia by John Webb

Emergency Social Services (ESS)by Saskatchewan Ministry of Social Services

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