Time: Sunday, September 30, 2012. 8:30 am to 4:30 pm PST.
Location: Loma Linda University GIS Labs, Centennial Complex. Rooms 3110, 3102
Cost: Free for those registered to attend the Healthy Communities by Design Summit.
$25.00 for those not registered for the summit
Meal: Lunch will be provided
Space: 40 seats available
Certification: A Certificate of attendance will be presented.
HAZUS-MH is a powerful, free ArcGIS Desktop 10 extension developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency that estimates the impacts of hurricanes, floods, and earthquakes on communities. Hazus products include estimates of damage to buildings and lifelines, displaced populations and public shelter needs, and short- and long-term economic impacts. This workshop will introduce Hazus-MH features through multiple hands-on exercises. Participants will explore realistic examples of Hazus-MH models based on western US hazards. They will also be introduced to the many options that users have for integrating improved hazard data as well as data that describes buildings, populations, and infrastructure in order to enhance the quality of modeling outputs. This workshop will be of interest to anyone working in or supporting emergency management activities.
1: List the goals and capabilities of Hazus-MH
2: Be able to perform a basic Hazus-MH analysis for earthquake and flood hazards
3: Be able to list available resources for expanding knowledge of Hazus-MH capabilities and applications
Kevin Mickey is the Director of Geospatial Technologies Education for The Polis Center at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). He holds adjunct professor positions in the Loma Linda University School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health and Geoinformatics Sciences and in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI. He is also a senior instructor for FEMA’s National Emergency Training Center. Mickey has over 23 years of experience in the application of geospatial technologies in a variety of fields including emergency management. He is particularly recognized as a national expert in FEMA’s Hazus loss estimation methodology through his work in the design and instruction of introductory through advanced courses in flood, earthquake, and hurricane modeling as well as applied research and services for a variety of state, federal, and local organizations.
Mickey has managed and/or supported dozens of spatial technologies projects since joining The Polis Center in 1990. His responsibilities in these projects have included design, development, testing, implementation, and analysis of complex GIS applications, models, and databases. He has delivered dozens of presentations on geospatial topics at conferences and other forums around the world.
Mickey is currently or has been involved in a variety of geospatial technology related committees. He currently serves on the Indiana Geographic Information Council (IGIC) Board of Directors and has chaired the IGIC Education and Outreach Committee since 2000. He also serves on the Executive Committee of the National Institute of Building Sciences Multihazard Mitigation Council.
For inquiries regarding the Healthy Communities by Design Summit and HAZUS-MH workshop, please contact Karla Barrow at email@example.com or (909) 558-8072.