FEMA P-767, Earthquake Mitigation for Hospitals

The training introduces participants to earthquake hazards in healthcare settings and methods that can be used to analyze and reduce risks of damage in hospitals and other medical buildings.  Such facilities have unique nonstructural components, including equipment and infrastructure systems that can become sources of injury or damage even during smaller earthquakes.  By implementing sound, cost-effective mitigation measures, healthcare facilities can reduce seismic risks and ensure that, in the event of an earthquake, they can remain in operation to serve their communities.

Duration: 7 hours in person | 4 hours online

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