All Hazards Consortium Webinar Series: Post SANDY Experiences From New York City and New Jersey


Wednesday July 17, 2013 from 1:00PM to 2:00PM EDT (New Jersey)
Thursday July 18, 2013 from 2:00PM to 3:00PM EDT (New York City)                            


This is an online event.
After registering, a separate calendar invitation will be sent for each session


What Emergency Managers Did To Address Challenges, Support Recovery, Create Innovations and Their Advice to Others

You are invited to attend two webinars focused on the impacts of hurricane Sandy and how the State of New Jersey and New York City’s Office of Emergency Management responded to a variety of major issues caused by the storm.

This is a very unique and detailed presentation given by the people who were directly involved in the response effort.

Mark Your Calendar!

Wednesday, July 17th          Thursday, July 18th

(1-2 p.m.)                             (2-3 p.m.)

New Jersey                        New York City

The All Hazards Consortium, in partnership with its states and urban areas, is conducting educational webinars focused on the challenges faced by emergency management officials in New York City and New Jersey during Super-Storm SANDY. The information presented will focus on efforts undertaken to support the needs of both the private sector and government agencies.  These webinars will capture the information recently presented in Seattle, WA at the Hurricane SANDY Symposium, sponsored by the Regional Catastrophic Planning Team and the Northwest Healthcare Response Network held in June 2013.



  • Steve Gutkin, Chief
    • New Jersey Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness Planning & Project Management Bureau
    • Bradford Mason, Assistant Deputy Director
      • New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, Division of Preparedness
      • Joe Picciano, Deputy Director
        • Office of Homeland Security & Preparedness


  • Dina Maniotis, Assistant Commissioner and RCPT Program Director
    • New York City Office of Emergency Management
    • Ira Tannenbaum, Director of Public/Private Initiatives
      • New York City Office of Emergency Management

What Will You Learn?

  • What coordination challenges were faced by NJ and NYC OEM with government and the private sector?
  • What were their short, mid, and long-term recovery challenges?
  • What innovations resulted during SANDY that had never been done before?
  • What advice would they give other organizations to prepare better for catastrophic incidents or major disasters?


This webinar will be 60 minutes and will feature presenters discussing the related topics. A question and answer session will follow each presentation.

These Webinars will be recorded for future use.

Register for Attendance: 

Click the link ‘Register Now!’ below.  On the registration form, you can select one or both webinars.  Once registered, you will receive a calendar invitation with participation details.

July 17th Register Now!

July 18th Register Now! 

Please contact me Jackie you have any questions.  We look forward to having you participate in this important webinar series.

Jackie Grantham, All Hazards Consortium


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