FEMA E-74, Reducing the Risks of Nonstructural Earthquake Damage

The training describes the sources of nonstructural earthquake damage and effective methods of reducing such damage.  Nonstructural failures have accounted for the majority of damage in recent U.S. earthquakes.  It is critical to raise awareness of potential nonstructural hazards, the costly consequences of nonstructural failures, and the opportunities that exist to limit future losses. Nonstructural components of buildings include all elements that are not part of the structural system; that is, the architectural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, as well as furniture, fixtures, equipment, and other contents.

Duration: 6 hours in person | 4 hours online

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