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Training Resources - Planning Webinars

Flood Risk Management Planning Webinar 7 - Life Safety Risk Assessments in FRM Planning Studies


9 January 2020

    This webinar discussed best practices for incorporating life safety into FRM Planning studies, with a focus on varying levels of detail for life safety risk assessments. The webinar was presented by Nicholas Applegate (National Technical Specialist, FRM Planning Center of Expertise), Jesse Morrill-Winter (Sacramento District Regional Technical Specialist for Dam and Levee Safety Economics), and Nick Lutz (Louisville District Regional Technical Specialist for Dam and Levee Safety Economics) and addressed the following questions: Why are the Tolerable Risk Guidelines important? How does a life safety focused risk analysis differ from an economics focused study? When/how should teams incorporate this process into the planning process? Who needs to be involved in life safety risk assessment? What is the appropriate level of analysis/assessment and what are my team's options? Where can you find assistance in conducting life safety studies? This is the seventh in a series of webinars from the FRM Planning Center of Expertise (FRM-PCX) focused on helping PDTs with current and relevant challenges on their FRM Planning studies through tips, tools, and lessons learned.

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