This training, intended for facility managers, K-12 school administrators, and teachers, teaches participants about the most common earthquake hazards in K-12 schools and empowers them to mitigate these issues.
The objectives of the training are to:
- Understand what nonstructural components are and why they matter in earthquakes;
- Learn how to recognize and identify common nonstructural hazards in K-12 schools; and
- Review strategies for mitigating common hazards, including understanding when an engineer/technical consultant should be engaged.
Duration: 3 hours in person | 3 hours online