CUSEC is co-sponsoring a seminar with the Applied Technology Council (ATC) on March 3, 2005. The seminar is entitled ATC-35 Seminar on New Knowledge of Earthquake Hazard in the Central United States and Implications for Building Seismic Design Practice. The seminar will be held at Holiday Inn on the University of Memphis campus and builds […]
CUSEC’s longest, current sitting board member, Jerry Uhlmann, has announced that he is retiring from his post as Director of the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency. He was the is also the longest continuous State Emergency Management Director in the country. Mr. Uhlmann was recognized at the most recent CUSEC Board meeting for his […]
A new section of the CUSEC website has been added, Donations Management. This section gives detailed information on donated goods and services during disasters. Topics include: types of donations, best practices, and much more. Visit the new section today to learn more.
The Public Health Emergency Response Guide for State, Local, and Tribal Public Health Directors has been finalized and can now be accessed on the CDC Emergency Preparedness and Response website at www.bt.cdc.gov. A pocket-sized field version of the guide will be available to state, local, and tribal public health departments in January 2005.
The 2004 National Earthquake Conference was held in St. Louis, Missouri, September 26-30, 2004 at the Adams Mark Hotel. The conference was a big success and was sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. Geological Survey. More information can be obtained by visiting the conference website or by contacting the Western States […]