Debris Management Planning for Governments - Loveland
Event Date: 10/9/2018 - 10/10/2018
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Ranch Events Complex
5280 Arena Circle Mckee Building: Timnath/LaPorte Room
The goal of this two-day (14 hour) course is to enable Local, State, and Tribal Governments to successfully plan for, respond to, and recover from a major debris-generating event.
- Gain knowledge in planning for, implementing, and managing debris activities, including scenarios with environmental and historic preservation considerations.
- Debris forecasting, estimating, contracting, monitoring, and evaluation.
- Apply knowledge of FEMA eligibility and reasonable costs criteria as pertinent to Presidentially declared events.
- Address debris planning, response, and recovery activity issues in a Debris Management Plan Development Aid.
This is a course in the Roads Scholar II course track Environment Focus area.
The registration fee for this two-day class is $75 per person for employees of government agencies and $100 per person for non-government agencies. Fee includes class handout and lunch on both days. Invoices will be sent upon receipt of registration form. Invoices can be paid by cash, check, money order, or credit card.
Please be considerate of those on the waiting list, cancel early if necessary. A full refund will be made if you cancel no later than 3 business days prior to the training day; otherwise, you will forfeit the registration fee.
In order to receive credit for this class, attendees must stay until the end when it is dismissed by the instructor and class certificates are awarded.
Todd Manns, has an extensive background in emergency and incident management, homeland security, and planning nationally and locally in Colorado. Manns served in the US Marine Corp Reserve, has experience as a SWAT officer, Chief of Police, and other assignments in support of US efforts against global terror. Manns has written emergency response plans for over 20 water districts across the county, is a certified instructor through FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security, and served as the Emergency Manager for the Berthoud Fire Protection District in Colorado for seven years. He was also the former planning section chief for the Eastern Colorado Incident Management team and is a current member of Arapahoe County IMT.