Upcoming Resiliency Related Events

June 2018



11:00am – 12:00pm

California Fire Weather Seasonal Outlook

Organizer: California Resiliency Alliance

The June National Significant Wildland Fire Potential Outlook report shows above normal fire potential for large areas of California this summer. Join us for a presentation looking at the seasonal fire weather outlook for California.



11:30am – 2:30pm

Business Resilience & Artificial Intelligence

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

Active Shooter Scenarios – Lessons Learned

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

July 2018



10:00am – 11:00am

Earth Ex 2018 Webinar

Organizer: California Resiliency Alliance

This webinar will provide participants an introduction to the exercise format and how you or your organization can participate in the 2018 Earth Ex (long term power outage) exercise on August 22 being coordinated by the Energy Infrastructure Security Council.



10:00am – 12:00pm

Caltech Seismology Lab Tour

Organizer: ACP – Los Angeles Chapter (Association of Continuity Professionals)

The tour will be led by Margaret Vinci, Manager, O ce of Earthquake Programs, and will include an in-depth look at the lab that serves as the focal point for earthquake informa on in California and the world. Earthquake risk is the natural disaster that most threatens organizations in California. That’s why it’s important that business continuity and emergency management professionals have the latest information about earthquake science. This event also includes lunch, with ample me to network with other industry professionals and share ps on how to prepare for and respond to earthquakes.

Pasadena, CA



8:30am – 4:30pm

Maturing Public-Private Partnership Workshop

Organizer: CalOES

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.

Blue Lake, CA

August 2018



9:00am – 3:00pm

2018 FEMA/DHS Public/Private Regional Workshop/Conference

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.

Oakland, CA