Integrating User-Supplied Hazard Data into the Hazus-MH Flood Model (for ArcGIS 9.3.1/Hazus-MH MR5)

This is event is available for participation on an ongoing basis
Basic Information
Event Organisers: 

ESRI

Language of event: 
English
Training Details
Training Event Type: 
Web-based Training Event
Training Target Audience: 
Hazus-MH users who have developed or acquired information about flood hazards in their communities and wish to integrate that data into the Hazus-MH loss-estimation process. Flood engineers or those with equivalent experience will find the course of particular benefit..
Is a certificate Issued?: 
No certificate issued or not known
Training Requirements: 

Completion of Hazus-MH Overview and Installation or equivalent knowledge is required.

Training Tuition: 
32.00 USD
Additional Information: 

To complete course exercises, you need the following software:
ArcGIS Desktop (Only one product in this category is required.) ArcEditor 9.3.1 ArcInfo 9.3.1 ArcView 9.3.1
Hazus-MH MR5

Description

The Hazus-MH hurricane wind model provides a method to assess hurricane-related losses and impacts from historic storms as well as user-defined storms. It also can consider the impact of storms based on the probability of occurrence. This course teaches how Hazus-MH can be used to generate building damage estimates, shelter needs, and economic impacts from hurricane wind events. In the course exercises, you will explore hurricane scenarios and review their social and economic impacts.

Who Should Attend

  • Hazus-MH users who want to generate an estimation of social and economic impacts that might be sustained as a result of a hurricane hazard.
  • Community planners, emergency managers, decision makers, academics, and any other person or organization involved with aspects of managing the risks to communities from hurricane events who needs to understand how Hazus-MH can help mitigate those risks.

 

Learn How To

  • Identify the types of information that Hazus-MH can generate about social and economic impacts from hurricane events.
  • Describe how Hazus-MH can be used to identify and explore the effectiveness of actions that can reduce the loss of life and property sustained as a result of hurricane winds.