Our team provides new software updates, open source risk assessment tools, and updated inventory datasets for the public. Projects are aimed at leveraging best available public data, open source technology, and transparent methodology in order to increase the accessibility of data-driven risk reduction in communities across the U.S.
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Hazus Success Stories
The Hazus Team is always interested in learning about Hazus risk assessment projects. Have your project published in a Hazus Success Story or featured on the Hazus Quarterly Webinar.
Hazus Risk Assessment Guidance
Sign up for Hazus risk assessment guidance to learn more about upcoming webinars and events, software and tool releases, data updates, and more.
Hazus Software and Open-Source Tool Releases
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Events and Webinars
Hazus Risk Assessment Symposium
The Hazus Risk Assessment Symposium is a biennial meeting that brings together about 100 attendees from the risk assessment community. Attendees engage in presentations and panel discussions on the future of hazard and risk information. The symposium is designed to help risk assessment and mitigation experts discuss innovative risk analysis techniques, incorporating risk data into mitigation and policy initiatives, and the future of risk assessment science and technology.
For more information about where Hazus will be presented in the coming year, contact the Hazus Team.
The Hazus Team Presents Key Updates at National Earthquake Conference in San Diego, March 2020
The Hazus Team demonstrated the importance of recent nationwide infrastructure data updates by performing a comparative analysis of the Rose Canyon San Diego Earthquake Scenario. The results were unveiled during this year's National Earthquake Conference. Analysis results showed a 10% increase in losses driven by the newer infrastructure data, as well as a complete shift in bridge performance. This highlights the importance of using accurate risk information to identify the best mitigation opportunities.
The Hazus Program Partners with Homeland Infrastructure Foundation Level Data for Latest Nationwide Facilities
Hazus program partners and the Homeland Infrastructure Foundation-Level Data (HIFLD) program updated nationwide point and segment locations for infrastructure layers. They developed an automated process to ensure all Hazus facility and infrastructure layers are updated annually using the latest available data directly from HIFLD.