14th Annual NH Emergency Preparedness Conference
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Call for Presentations
Before starting your submission, please be sure to visit the conference website for important information and criteria. We also suggest you download a Submission Preparation Form and use it to prepare your submission before proceeding to the electronic form.
Deadline for Submissions: Close of business, February 9, 2018
About the Conference
This year’s NH Emergency Preparedness Conference planning committee invites professionals and volunteers working in any aspect of emergency preparedness and response to showcase their model practices, planning and response tools, improvements from lessons learned, and resources (planning, information systems, trainings, etc.) that advance emergency preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery.
The NH Emergency Preparedness Conference is an annual event that brings together emergency responders from across our state to explore a wide spectrum of emergency management topics using an all hazards approach.
The goal of the NH Emergency Preparedness Conference is to provide NH’s emergency planners and responders the opportunity to:
- learn new ideas and practices to meet emergency preparedness challenges;
- hear lessons learned from previous planning, response, mitigation, and recovery efforts; and
- connect with key individuals and organizations across the emergency preparedness spectrum.
Now in its 14th year, the NH Emergency Preparedness Conference has grown to include more than 800 participants and more than 50 exhibitors. The event provides excellent opportunities for training and networking with local experts and practitioners from:
|§ Health Care/Behavioral Health/Public Health – Health care providers such as hospitals, primary and specialty care providers, behavioral health providers, home care providers, long term care, and public health professionals.||§ Emergency Services – Local, county, state and federal law enforcement, fire, emergency management, dispatch, EMS, and military.|
|§ Education/Child Care – Public and private K-12, higher education, and child care providers.||§ Business/Critical Infrastructure Partners – Retail, transit, small business, media, banking, telecommunications, utilities, and agriculture.|
|§ Human/Social Services – Children/youth/senior services providers, family services, disabilities services, and other community services and faith based organizations.||§ Municipal/County/State/Federal Government – Government leadership, corrections, health officers, building and code enforcement, and public works.|
For further information about this conference or the submission process, please contact Lori Walter at 603.573.3306 or email EPConference@jsi.com.