The HotZone Newsletters serve as a way to provide interesting Hazus-related news to the Hazus community. Topics range from regional Hazus activities/news to national news, and each newsletter contains upcoming training information and national Hazus User Group call dates.
The newsletters are distributed on a bi-monthly basis, and in addition to being posted below, you can also receive them by signing up to the FEMA GovDelivery Hazus email updates and by joining the Hazus group page on LinkedIn.
If you would like to contribute to the HotZone Newsletter, please email Hazus Outreach at email@example.com with articles or ideas for topics.
This is the September 2013 Hotzone Newsletter. This month's edition includes the following articles: 1) Dave Coats is the Hazus Excellence Award Winner; 2) Data Sharing Project Announced; and 3) The Hazus Symposium Recap.
This is the July 2013 HotZone Newsletter. This issue features 1) Jamie Caplan, Hazus Excellence Award Winner; 2) Congresswoman Susan Brooks to Speak at the Hazus Symposium; and 3) Eric Berman at the FOSE conference.
In this issue receive information about the Hazus Excellence Award winner, Hazus Digital Download, 2013 Hazus Conference Registration, Hazus Data and Training Collaboration, and future Hazus User Group call dates.
In this issue receive information about the 2013 Florida Statewide Hurricane Exercise, Higher Education Resources Consortium (HERC) Group Revival, NCR Hazus User Group Revival, Regional Training Courses, and future Hazus User Group call dates.
In this issue receive information about the Hazus is the 2012 Government Security News Winner for the Most Notable Emergency Response Implementation, University of Singapore Cooperative, Linking Hazus with Proactive Mitigation in Delaware, Online LOMC Application, Hazus Help Desk Updates, and future Hazus User Group call dates.
In this issue receive information about the Hazus Excellence Award winner, U.S. ShakeOut Drills, the DHS ThinkEfficiency Campaign winners, the Hazus 2.1 Service Pack 1 Release, Hazus being chosen as a finalist for the KM World award, upcoming Hazus training, and future Hazus User Group call dates.
In this issue receive information about developing earthquake scenarios for Israel, information on how to request Regional training courses, a summary of the Hazus Regional POC meeting, information on a Regional training course in California, and Hazus website statistics.
In this issue receive information about the Hazus-MH Hurricane Wind Model, Hazus being highlighted in a G20 publication, the 2012 South Carolina Full Scale Exercise using Hazus, how to connect with the Hazus Community, upcoming Hazus User Group calls, and upcoming Hazus training.
In this issue receive articles on the uses of Hazus during this past hurricane season by the Pacific Disaster Center and the Northeast States Emergency Consortium. It shows the newest Hazus trained professionals and practitioners, information on the new Hazus for Floodplain Managers course, a list of Hazus training opportunities, and updates on the activities of Hazus User Groups. It also highlights the beginning of plans for a Tsunami model.