O'ahu Disaster Aftermath Conference
Friday, December 7, 2012 from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM (HST)
LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE - CAPACITY SET AT 200 REGISTRANTS
1. Creating Organizational Connectivity
Participants identify the organizational connections and individual partnerships that must be established before disaster strikes.
2. Establishing the Baseline
What are the Gaps? Overall system deficiencies
What are the Gives? What your organization has to offer
What are the Gets? What your organization needs to be of meaningful assistance
3. Identifying Core Leaders
To achieve the goal of a comprehensive recovery plan for O'ahu, requires an ongoing effort that may take several years. The core leaders will take this baseline information and determine the next steps, including planning for succession of leadership among youth groups.
Plenary Sessions and Luncheon - Pikake Room at the Neal Blaisdell Center
7:30 a.m. Registration
First Hawaiian Bank - Continental Breakfast
8:25 a.m. 'OLI - Kalani Souza
8:30 a.m. Welcome
Guy Hagi - Hawaii News Now - Master of Ceremonies
The Honorable Doug Chin, Managing Director, City & County of Honolulu
The Honorable Ernest Y. Martin, Chair, Honolulu City Council
Mr. Pono Shim, President and CEO - Enterprise Honolulu
8:45 a.m. Not If, But When...
Mr. Mel Kaku, Director
City Department of Emergency Management
Scientific projection of damage to O'ahu by a Category 4 Hurricane
9:00 a.m. National Disaster Recovery Framework
Mr. Doug Mayne, Deputy Director, Hawaii State Civil Defense
10:00 a.m. Introduction to Breakout Session Scenario
10:15 a.m. Break
Breakout Sessions - O'ahu, Maui and Kaua'i Rooms at the Neal Blaisdell Center
10:30 a.m. Concurrent Breakout Sessions
Session I - Ha (Breath of life - The air we breath) - O'ahu
Session II - Wai (Water of life - Prospering health) - Maui
Session III - 'I (Spirit of life - Shared connections) - Kaua'i
12:00 noon Luncheon and Keynote Address - Pikake
Dr. Frederick “Skip” Burkle
Dr. Burkle is Senior Fellow and Scientist, the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard School of Public Health and former Senior Scholar and now Senior Associate Faculty and Research Scientist, the Center for Refugee & Disaster Response, Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutes. He also serves as a Senior International Public Policy Scholar, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington, DC (2008-present).
1:45 p.m. Breakout Session Reports
2:00 p.m. Conference Networking Break (Objective 1)
Light Refreshments - Sponsored by First Insurance Company of Hawaii
2;45 p.m. Presentation of the Baseline (Objective 2)
3:00 p.m. Where Do We Go From Here? (Objective 3)
Hon. Nestor Garcia, Chair Council Committee on Safety,
Economic Development and Government Affairs
4:00 p.m. PAU and ALOHA!
Sponsored by: First Insurance Company of Hawaii, First Hawaiian Bank and Kyo-ya Co., Ltd.
Supported by: Hawaii State Civil Defense, Hawaii First For Continuity, City Department of Emergency Management, PHOCUSED