Three-day event features national and local meteorologists, federal and nonprofit leaders, nationally-recognized engineering researchers, practitioners, scientists, and trade professionals.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. , Nov. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2022 National Disaster Resilience Conference (NDRC22) opens in one week on Tuesday, November 8, in Clearwater Beach and will bring together the leading voices in the disaster resilience movement to chart the future of resilient building, codes, policies, products, and recovery.
Register today to hear from the nation's foremost resilience experts on panels such as Leadership Voices in Media and Weather, FEMA's Building Codes in Action ? A Federal Perspective, the National Initiative to Advance Building Codes roundtable, and much more.
"Next week, we will convene the best minds in the disaster resilience movement to explore the science, policies, and tools that save lives and protect homes in disaster events," said Leslie Chapman-Henderson, President and CEO of the nonprofit Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH). "Large-scale disasters like Hurricane Ian bring massive recovery efforts that last for years and often decades. At NDRC22, we have the opportunity to both support a resilient recovery from Hurricane Ian and explore and improve resilient building practices before the next disaster comes."
The featured speakers below are part of the outstanding lineup that will address earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires.
The full agenda and complete speaker list are available here.
Visit www.nationaldisasterresilienceconference.org for more information.
The nonprofit Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH) is the country's leading consumer advocate for strengthening homes and safeguarding families from disasters. The FLASH partnership includes more than 100 innovative and diverse organizations that share a vision of making America a more disaster-resilient nation, including FEMA, Florida Division of Emergency Management, Huber Engineered Woods, International Code Council, ISO - Verisk Analytics, MyRadar, National Weather Service, Renew Financial, Simpson Strong-Tie, State Farm, and USAA. In 2008, FLASH and Disney opened the interactive weather experience StormStruck: A Tale of Two Homes in Lake Buena Vista, FL. FLASH's signature program No Code. No Confidence. - Inspect2Protect.org provides consumers with a one-of-a-kind building code transparency tool to easily identify their community's building code. Learn more about FLASH and access free consumer resources by visiting www.flash.org and www.Inspect2Protect.org, calling toll-free (877) 221- SAFE (7233), following @federalalliance on Twitter, and Facebook.com/federalalliance.
SOURCE Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH)