This webinar was presented on June 23, 2016 to highlight best practices approach to disaster response and recovery. Disaster debris is one of the most necessary tasks public and private institutions face following a natural or man-made disaster, but it can also be one of the most costly. Coordinating debris removal efforts within a single jurisdiction or among multiple jurisdictions is critical for the public health, safety and welfare, as well as the economic recovery of the community. It is geared toward staff involved in debris collection, processing planning and management.
Guest speakers Anne Cabrera and John Buri from the Post Disaster Program at Tetra Tech identify a six-step plan in the Debris Planning Process.
Topics covered include:
- Why debris is important
- Debris planning process and critical elements in debris management planning
- Debris operations
- Special programs and project closeout
- PA alternative procedures
Check out the full slideshow presentation with the link below.