When

Thursday, December 2, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM PST

Where

This is an online event. You will receive the Zoom link in the confirmation email. 

 

Contact

Emily Rankin 
Pacific NorthWest Economic Region 
206-443-7723 
emily.rankin@pnwer.org 

Join us for the third workshop in a series exploring earthquake disaster risk and the role for the maritime sector to play in resupplying the Puget Sound with critical supplies like food and water. Learn more about this project and view the materials and recording of the first and second workshops on September 9 and October 14 here: https://www.regionalresilience.org/rcpgp-maritime-disaster-resilience.html

Draft agenda; subject to change

9:00 am | Welcome

9:10 am | Brief overview of project and workshops 1 and 2

9:20 am | Panel on Federal Agency Roles & Responsibilities, including:

  • FEMA Region 10 - Robert Lantz-Brazil, Logistics Planner and Morgan Mak, Operations Planner.
  • U.S. Coast Guard - Tim Lupher, Port Recovery Planner 
  • U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) - Bruce Lambert, Gateway Director, Pacific Northwest & Alaska

10:15 am | Kitsap County's Vision for Marine Volunteer Logistics Support Management 

10:45 am | Maritime Assets and Data Layer Discussion: a scenario-driven discussion focused on one maritime area as an example to examine what assets and capabilities could be available and what the process might be for coordinating and communicating among partners.

11:30 am | Next steps and adjourn