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FEMA E-74 Reducing the Risks of Nonstructural Earthquake Damage and FEMA P-909 Train the Trainer Course
COURSE DESCRIPTION (E74): This training describes the sources of nonstructural earthquake damage and effective methods of reducing such damage. Nonstructural failures have accounted for the majority of damage in several recent U.S. earthquakes. It is critical to raise awareness of potential nonstructural hazards, the costly consequences of nonstructural failures, and the opportunities that exist to limit future losses. Nonstructural components of buildings include all elements that are not part of the structural system; that is, the architectural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, as well as furniture, fixtures, equipment, and other contents.
Course Description (P-909): The FEMA P-909 is will train students on how to deliver the Home and Business Earthquake Safety course to others. The goal of this course is to create a cadre of trainers with the ability to provide citizens basic knowledge on earthquakes, along with simple steps toward safety and mitigation in their homes and businesses.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Building owners, facility managers, building officials, engineers, homeowners, and emergency managers.
Oregon Convention Center, Oregon Ballroom (2nd floor, NE corner), 777 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Sept 17, 8am - 3pm
The class is being offered through the Oregon Office of Emergency Management and the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management free of charge, with a generous sponsorship from Metro.
For more information please contact Bob Maca, 503-823-3926, email@example.com.
To help ensure equal access to City programs, services and activities, the City of Portland will provide translation, reasonably modify policies/procedures and provide auxiliary aids/services/alternative formats to persons with disabilities. For accommodations, translations, complaints, and additional information, contact Daire Elliott at firstname.lastname@example.org or use City TTY 503-823-6868, or Oregon relay: 711.