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Hazus Flyers and Handouts

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This container archives the most recent Hazus-related flyers, handouts and informational materials that have been distributed at conferences, annual meetings and public user gatherings. Information in these flyers ranges from: Hazus modernization, Hazus Help Desk, Hazus Annual Conference, Hazus Overview and many others. Check back often for updated information.

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Icon for file of type application/pdfUsing Hazus in Mitigation Planning

This job aid helps users identify and understand the multiple types of reports, tables, maps, and data produced by Hazus, and how this information can be incorporated into a Hazard Mitigation Plan.

3.57MAugust 31, 2018
Icon for file of type application/pdfHazus Hurricane Wind After Action Report
5.72MApril 20, 2018
Icon for file of type application/pdfHazus Tsunami Flyer

The Tsnuami Model was deployed in Spring 2017 as part of a full-version software release. This flyer includes the release highlights, new features, and download help. To download the Tsunami Model,please visit:

Icon for file of type application/pdfHazus Virtual Courses Flyer 2016

Virtual training courses make it easy for users to harness the power of Hazus-MH to get a quantified and geospatial view of the potential risks their community faces. Once you know what could happen, your community can make informed decisions to prevent losses and protect its citizens. With online courses to serve varying interests and training needs, the Esri Virtual Campus series will help public and private organizations plan for and mitigate natural disasters.

0.60MMay 3, 2016
Icon for file of type application/pdfHazus Modernization Overview

FEMA is investing in Hazus to better support Risk MAP’s goals to improve model and data quality, increase community risk understanding and communication, and encourage risk prevention. The Hazus community supported this effort with input through various venues, including the annual Hazus Conference.

0.17MJanuary 15, 2016
Icon for file of type application/pdfHazus Modernization Factsheet

This factsheet provides information regarding the most recent releases of the Hazus-MH software.

0.32MJanuary 15, 2016
Icon for file of type application/pdfHazus Help Desk Flyer

The Hazus Help Desk is your solution to log, track, query and review technical support requests for the Hazus disaster modules. Visit the Hazus Help Desk at or email with questions.

0.55MJanuary 15, 2016
Icon for file of type application/pdfFoundation Height Flyer

This flyer breaks down the enhancement to Hazus Depth Damage Functions (DDFs) with the release of Hazus-MH 3.0. With the updated inclusion of the foundation values, Hazus users will witness improved and more accurate results in their flood modeling.

0.39MApril 4, 2016
Icon for file of type application/pdfHazus Classroom Training Flyer 2015-2016

Excellence doesn’t happen overnight, but FEMA’s training courses will equip you with tools to deliver a knowledgeable plan of action back to your community. FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute (EMI) in Emmitsburg, MD offers 3 ½ day classroom style training for Hazus-MH.

Courses provide hands-on training of Hazus-MH tools, methodologies, and audience-specific applications (e.g., Flood Plain Managers). Students learn from experienced Hazus users and learn from their peers as well. Users may find more information about these courses at

0.42MAugust 27, 2015
Icon for file of type application/pdfHazus User Groups

Hazus User Groups (HUGs) are partnerships between public and private sector organizations that collaborate on projects, combine resources and share information, data, and tips on using Hazus. A Hazus User Group is one way to become part of the Hazus community. Maximize your Hazus results by working in collaboration with other professionals in your region.

0.61MMay 8, 2015
Icon for file of type application/pdfHazus-MH: Know Your Risk

Hazus-MH combines science, engineering and mathematical modeling with GIS technology to estimate losses of life and property—and shows those losses on a map. Hazus estimates impacts to the physical, social, and economic vitality of a community from earthquakes, hurricane winds, and floods.

0.31MMay 29, 2015