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Mid Coast Hurricane Disaster Conference on Thursday, April 19

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VICTORIA, TEXAS - The public is invited to attend the 2018 Mid Coast Hurricane & Disaster Conference on Thursday, April 19. The conference is being held at the Victoria Community Center from 8:30 am to 4 pm. Pre-register through April 16 for $25 or register at the conference for $30 (beginning at 8 am).

Many informative sessions and speakers will be featured – including a panel discussion with individuals who responded to the tragic church shooting in Sutherland Springs; Drone Mapping for Emergency Response; Electrical Restoration During the Hurricane; Emergency Communications: Lessons Learned During Hurricane Harvey; Using Robotics and Drones in Disasters; and John Metz with the National Weather Service will conclude the conference with a session about Preparing for a New Season in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey. There will also be Stop the Bleed lectures and skills training sessions throughout the conference.

In addition to the conference sessions, vehicles and equipment used during disasters will be displayed on the Community Center grounds.

Who should attend? Emergency Managers, Fire/EMS, Healthcare Personnel, Hospital Administrators, Law Enforcement, Military, Public Health, Public Safety, Public Information Officers, School District Administrators, Emergency Management Teams for Public/Private Industry, Amateur HAM Radio Operators and those who are interested in preparing for emergency disasters.

Don’t miss it! Pre-Register through April 16: here

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