8:30am – 4:30pm
Join key stakeholders converging for a free P3 workshop to bolster societal security, resilience, and preparedness for all hazards. P3 Workshop Core Principles: Collaboration, coordination, and communication between public–private sectors
Information sharing to facilitate lesson application from prior experiences. Community-Centric Approach : Clear framework for execution; Shared terminologies; Suitable process models; Administering collegial lessons learned; Knowledge, skills, and resources needed for successful implementation.
San Diego, CA
Presented Twice: 10am and 1:30pm
Economic Recovery Planning: Roundtable with the Private Sector
Organizer: California Resiliency Alliance & Californiafirst
Abby Browning, CalOES Chief of Private Sector / NGO Coordination, will be presenting economic recovery lessons learned from the 2017 North Bay and Thomas Fires. A roundtable discussion will follow this presentation on the development of the state Economic Recovery Plan and the roles of the private sector.
11:30am – 2:30pm
Organizer: BRMA (Business Recovery Managers Association)
Jed Marcus of One Concern Inc., will discuss his company’s efforts in leveraging cutting edge artificial intelligence technologies to change business resilience and recovery planning. Jedd’s team will provide real-time demonstrations as part of the presentation. Don’t miss this unique peek into the future!
San Francisco, CA
11:30am – 2:00pm
Organizer: ACP – Los Angeles Chapter (Association of Continuity Professionals)
Sadly, workplace violence continues to be an ongoing threat to businesses of all sizes. This month we’ll talk about workplace violence with an emphasis on active shooter scenarios. Speaker: Brian L. Keith, Protective Security Advisor (PSA) for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Infrastructure Protection.
Van Nuys, CA
9:00am – 3:00pm
Organizer: FEMA Region IX and DHS-Office of Infrastructure Protection, Region IX
The emphasis for this year’s event will be lessons learned from the disasters late last year and early this year across the U.S. Many of you have expressed a strong desire that this event return to California and the opportunity to share your experiences and learn from those who were deployed to multiple States to support response and recovery efforts.