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HAZUS methodology to be displayed at APA Conference, New Orleans

Published on 14 April 2010

HAZUS is a risk analysis system by FEMA
HAZUS helps in determining the potential loss from catastrophes and framing a solution
Attendees at the conference will learn how HAZUS, a nationally standardised methodology, estimates potential losses from earthquakes, hurricane wind and floods.

Going to the APA Conference in New Orleans? If so then stop by HAZUS Booth #508 to learn about the latest in the world of HAZUS and pick up valuable information about the program and tools. At the booth you'll also be able to order the latest software, learn about the 2010 training schedule or find out how to join a user group.

Also, don't miss HAZUS trainer, Kevin Mickey, deliver his presentation, "HAZUS for Risk Analysis: Sustainable Communities Factor Natural Hazards into their Plans" from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 11, 2010 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center Hall A.

In this session, attendees will learn how HAZUS, a nationally standardized methodology, estimates potential losses from earthquakes, hurricane wind and floods. Available free from FEMA, HAZUS uses software to map, display hazard data, damage and economic loss estimates for buildings and infrastructure. Kevin Mickey, GISP, is Director of Professional Education and Outreach at the Polis Center.

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