Landslide

November CanHUG Resources

Subtitle: 
'Earthquake Risk Reduction Planning – From Knowledge to Action’ – Fiona Dercole, District of North Vancouver and Murray Journeay, Geological Survey of Canada

Agenda:

Meet and Greet

News and Views

Roundtable

Presentation: ‘Earthquake Risk Reduction Planning – From Knowledge to Action’ – Fiona Dercole, District of North Vancouver and Murray Journeay, Geological Survey of Canada

Questions and Discussion

Some links from the meeting:

Hazards taxonomy: 
All Hazards
Earthquake
Flood
Landslide
Themes taxonomy: 
Disaster Mitigation
Disaster Resilience
Disaster Risk Reduction
Emergency Management
Hazus
Hazus Canada
Infrastructure Planning
Land Use Planning
Partnerships
Policies & Programs
Risk Assessment
Science & Technology
Resources taxonomy: 
Case Studies
Meeting Agendas & Minutes
Presentations

November CanHUG: Earthquake Risk Reduction Planning – From Knowledge to Action’ – Fiona Dercole, District of North Vancouver and Murray Journeay, Geological Survey of Canada

Please join us again this Wednesday, November 25, and share your stories and ideas relating to natural hazard risk assessment and the Hazus tool. This month, we will feature a presentation from Murray Journeay of the Geological Survey of Canada with Fiona Dercole of the District of North Vancouver on the practical application of earthquake risk reduction in on urban municipality. As always, we will share the latest news on the Hazus Canada application and events and training of interest. See information to join the meeting below.

Event details
Date: 
Wednesday, 25 November, 2015 - 10:30 - 11:30

Location

telephone and Webex
Canada

October CanHUG - Risk-Based Land-use Guide

Please join us again this Wednesday, October 21, and share your stories and ideas relating to natural hazard risk assessment and the Hazus tool. This month, we will feature a presentation from Bert Struik of Simon Fraser University and Natural Resources Canada on a recent publication that offers guidance on reducing risk through land use practices in urban municipalities. As always, we will share the latest news on the Hazus Canada application and events and training of interest. See information to join the meeting below.

Event details
Date: 
Wednesday, 21 October, 2015 - 10:30 - 11:30

Location

telephone and Webex
Canada

Disaster resilience by design: a framework for integrated assessment and risk-based planning in Canada

Subtitle: 
Now available for download

A report outlining key elements of the Pathways framework (GSC Open File 7551). The manuscript is focussed on natural hazard risk reduction and includes chapters that document underlying theoretical principles, a proposed framework for integrated assessment and risk-based planning (Chapter 4), and a case study demonstrating how these methods can be used to support planning and policy development at a community scale (Chapter 5). It is available for download from GeoScan (see reference below).   

Hazards taxonomy: 
All Hazards
Earthquake
Flood
Landslide
Themes taxonomy: 
Disaster Mitigation
Disaster Resilience
Disaster Risk Reduction
Emergency Management
Guideline
Hazus
Hazus Canada
Infrastructure Planning
Land Use Planning
Policies & Programs
Risk Assessment
Science & Technology
Resources taxonomy: 
Case Studies
Publications
User Guides & Methods

District of North Vancouver Earthquake Risk Assessment Publications Now Available!

Now available for download are the case study report and associated maps from the collaborative work undertaken in earthquake risk assessment in the District of North Vancouver. A Risk Map Atlas and an 11-part report titled "A profile of earthquake risk for the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia" can be downloaded at the links below.

A profile of earthquake risk for the District of North Vancouver, British Columbia

Hazards taxonomy: 
All Hazards
Earthquake
Landslide
Themes taxonomy: 
Capacity Development
Disaster Mitigation
Disaster Resilience
Disaster Risk Reduction
Emergency Management
Guideline
Hazus
Hazus Canada
Infrastructure Planning
Land Use Planning
Partnerships
Policies & Programs
Risk Assessment
Science & Technology
Resources taxonomy: 
Case Studies
Publications

February CanHUG Meeting Documents

Subtitle: 
Presentations and Resources

Agenda:

Meet and Greet

News and Views

Roundtable

Presentation: Hazus and the Larger Goal: Looking Back at Ten Years of Disaster Mitigation Policy in the US – Andrea Jackman, IBM

Hazards taxonomy: 
All Hazards
Earthquake
Flood
Hurricane/Typhoon
Landslide
Themes taxonomy: 
Capacity Development
Disaster Mitigation
Disaster Resilience
Disaster Risk Reduction
Emergency Management
Guideline
Hazus
Hazus Canada
Infrastructure Planning
Land Use Planning
Partnerships
Policies & Programs
Risk Assessment
Science & Technology
Resources taxonomy: 
Meeting Agendas & Minutes
Presentations
Publications
User Guides & Methods

February CanHUG Meeting

Please join us next Wednesday, February 18, and share your stories and ideas relating to natural hazard risk assessment and the Hazus tool. This month, we will have a presentation from Andrea Jackman of IBM on the evolution of mitigation policy in the US and her analysis of the development of mitigation plans. She puts our Hazus risk assessments in perspective. As always, we will share the latest news on the Hazus Canada application and events and training of interest. See information to join the meeting below.

Event details
Date: 
Wednesday, 18 February, 2015 - 10:30 - 11:30

Location

telephone and Webex
Canada

First Webinar on the Transportation Specific Hazus User Group

The newly-created US Transportation Specific Hazus User Group is welcoming anyone interested to join their first webinar. The group is focussing on the damage assessment and loss estimation system (Hazus) traditionally available to emergency managers now being connected to transportation.

Event details
Date: 
Friday, 19 December, 2014 - 08:00 - 09:30

Location

online
Canada

December CanHUG Meeting Resources

Subtitle: 
Presentations

Agenda:

Meet and greet

News and Views

Presentation: Case studies from “Cities Adapt to Extreme Rainfall” – Paul Kovacs, Executive Director of the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, adjunct professor of Economics at the University of Western Ontario and CEO of The Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation

Next Meeting: January 21, 2015

Email Malaika Ulmi for more information: mulmi@nrcan.gc.ca.

Hazards taxonomy: 
All Hazards
Earthquake
Flood
Hurricane/Typhoon
Landslide
Storm Surge
Tsunami
Themes taxonomy: 
Capacity Development
Climate Change Adaptation
Disaster Mitigation
Disaster Resilience
Disaster Risk Reduction
Emergency Management
Guideline
Hazus
Hazus Canada
Infrastructure Planning
Land Use Planning
Partnerships
Policies & Programs
Risk Assessment
Science & Technology
Resources taxonomy: 
Case Studies
Data
Educational Materials
Meeting Agendas & Minutes
Presentations
Publications
User Guides & Methods
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