Summit Schedule

Click the link to view the Summit Schedule for the 2019 PIP:
P.I.P. 2019 Summit Agenda.

The overall timeline:
6 May 2019¬†–
1000 – 1600 Registration
1300 – 1745 Opening Ceremonies, General Session
1745 – 1800 Door Prizes / Daily Wrap-Up
1800 –¬†2000 Vendor Reception

7 May 2019 –
0630 – 0745 Director’s Breakfast
0630 – 0800 Breakfast General Audience
0730 – 1600 Registration
0745 – 1615 Individual Breakouts and Classes
1145 – 1315 Keynote Speaker Lunch
1615 – 1645 Door Prizes / Daily Wrap-Up
1800 – 2000 Rooftop Social

8 May 2019 –
0630 – 0800 Breakfast
0730 – 1200 Registration (closes at 1200)
0745 – 1715 Individual Breakouts and Classes
1145 – 1315 Lunch
1715 – 1730 Door Prizes / Daily Wrap-Up
1730 – UTC MCDEMA Business Meeting

9 May 2019 –
0630 – 0800 Breakfast
0800 – 0815 General Session Opening Comments / Final Door Prizes
0815 Р0830 General Session Briefing
0830 – 0930 Lessons Learned (MS Disaster Declarations: 2019)
0945 – 1000 50th Anniversary: Hurricane Camille
1000 – 1030 NWS: 2019 Hurricane Season
1030 – 1145 State of Preparedness Each Agency / News Conference
1115 – 1145 Closing Comments / Adjourn

Scheduled training/classes/discussions on the draft schedule for PIP2019:

Cyber Security: A Business Issue
Co-Habitated Shelters
Hurricane Hunters Overview
State of the Red Cross
Still Standing with Dwight (Motivational Speaker)
Recovery from Disaster – The Local Community Role (4 hours)
Flood Plain Management 101 (4 hours)
MS State Dept of Health – Public Health Track (classes being scheduled)
MS State Dept of Health – Medical Countermeasures (class being scheduled)
Overview of Readiness: Training Identification and Preparedness Planning
My Preparedness Initiative
Introduction to MS Citizen Corps Program
Damage Assessment Training
State Farm Arson Dog Program
Passenger Train Emergency Response (PTER) Training
ICS Forms Class
NCTC Exercise Support: Crisis Response and Emergency Preparedness Planners
Environmental Emergency Response
Amateur Radio 101 During Disasters
Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE)
Effects of Disasters on Wastewater Treatment and Collection Systems
Re-Entry Procedures after a Disaster
CBRNE Threat Awareness
Public Assistance Delivery Model
Emergency Operations Center Management and Operations (8 hours)
Human Trafficking Awareness
After Action Report/Improvement Plan
Amtrak Family Assistance Operations
SBDC Pre and Post Disaster
Reporting Suspicious Activity
Public Assistance Damage Assessments
Overview of the National Traffic Incident Mngmt Responder Training Program
Grant Guidance and Monitoring Process
Community Mass Care and Emergency Assistance
AmeriCorps State: People Power for the Longer Term
Common Sense Approach: Hazards and Safety for Hazardous Materials Incidents
AmeriCorps State: People Power for the Longer Term
National Weather Service – 2019 Hurricane Season Brief

 

* certified classes/ certificate received
** TWO (2) CMO CREDITS & 1.0 HOUR CLE CREDIT


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