2016 CRHNet Symposium Presentations

CRHNet 2016 Symposium Program

Presentations are in the presenter’s language of choice. This applies to keynotes/plenaries and breakout sessions. Simultaneous translation services will be available for the keynote/plenary sessions but not for the breakout sessions.

Day 1: Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Ron Kuban Keynote:  Part 1 - How Can Science Help in Reducing Vulnerability to Natural Hazards?  Part 2 - How Can Science Help in Reducing Vulnerability to Natural Hazards E. Boucher

Learning from two Resiliency Projects in New Brunswick. E. Oldfield

Rail accident in Lac-Megantic J. Savard

The rise of networked emergency management in Canada: From emergence to governance. S. Waldman, L. Yumalugova, Z. Mackwani, C. Benson, J. Stone

Professional Development in the Emergency Management Field .Moderator:  S-M. Guindon. Panelists: N. Chebroux, D. Grant, L. Gauthier, F. Saint-Mleux, F. Blouin

Risk Matrices: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. D. E. Etkin,  A. Mamuji

L'optimisation des services d'urgence hors du réseau routier.  M.Grenon

Potentiel de résilience d'une organisation - Application à des services municipaux.  D. Micouleau, B. Robert

Increasing the performance and the efficiency of emergency response volunteer organizations for a better resilience  D. Bordeleau

Plenary:  International Responder Session. Panel: M. Bosco, D. Cotter, Y. Kron, C. Murray, M. Williamson, G. Smith, S. Tangen, P. Waters

Strategic and tactical viewpoints for improving resiliency  E. Oldfield, F. Dercole, Y. Hémond

Sizing Up Natural Disasters. H. J. Caldera, S. C. Wirasinghe

Risk assessment capability in Canada?.N.L. Hastings

Inspiring Resilience:  Survivors of the Flood. S. Williams

Fire Management Partnerships in Ontario. J. Mash, W. Skead

Youth, Disasters and the Implementation of the Sendai Framework. Cox, R. S., Scannell, L. + Youth Co-presenters

Supply Chain Analysis and Management - Concept of Operations. M.I. Jardine, R. King

Identifying who and what are at risk, and why. J.M.  Journeay, W. Chow, C.L. Wagner

Leviathan II Rescue - Lessons Learned - Application of the Incident Command System. G Hayes, L. Swan, M. D'Aquino

Alberta Resilient Communities: A Collaborative Research Initiative on Engaging Children and Youth in Community Resilience Post-Flood in Southern Alberta. J. Drolet, R. Cox, C. McDonald-Harker

Exploring the Effectiveness of Humanitarian NGO-Private Sector Collaborations – Interesting & Unlikely Alliances? R.K Nevraumont, L. van Wassenhove

Working together to reduce earthquake risk in western Canada. J.M. Journeay, T.I. Allen, A.L. Bird, N.L. Hastings, R. White, V. Silva, C. Burton

Psychosocial Response to Disaster: A First Nation Perspective. D. Munro

Scenario earthquake models developed for British Columbia - pilot project in the application of OpenQuake. A.L. Bird, T.I. Allen, J.M. Journeay, J. F. Cassidy, M. M. Côté

Analysis of International Minimum Standards and Non-Binding Guidelines for NGO and Government Sectors. D.O. Stodilka

Day 2: Thursday, November 24th, 2016

Keynote Speaker:  Développement d'une stratégie de résilience pour la Ville de Montréal. L. Bradette

Search and Rescue Lessons Learned. N. Meunier

Intergovernmental Cooperation in Emergency Management. M.C. Doré

Overview of OFNTSC'S Emergency Planning Program. B. Staats, W. Bova

Handling the media spotlight in times of crisis. J. Stanton

The Incident Management Model for Nuclear Emergency Management: An Evaluation. D. Grant

Science and technology challenges from the United Nation's Office of Disaster Risk Reduction's Sendai Framework (2015). S. Waldman, S. Verga

St’at’imc Government Services / Canadian Red Cross:  a Disaster Planning and Preparedness Partnership. B. Row, C. Casper

Improving Flood Risk Awareness to Drive Behavioural Change. S. Peddle

 Improvements and Validation of Earth Observation Based Geomatics Products for Emergency Decision-Support. J.-S. Proulx-Bourque, A. Deschamps, S. Tolszczuk-Leclerc, M. Beauchemin, J. Joost Van der Sanden

Preparing the Ark: Hazards and Animal Safety in Barrow, Alaska. H. Squance, L. Watson, S. Coburn,  A. Garland

Emergency Preparedness for First Nations Children and Families: Lessons Learned from Save the Children’s Pilot Projects. O. Fernandes

 risque le plus occulté : la communication des risques. J-B Guindon

Developing Canada's National Risk Profile. M. Godsoe, S. Friesen

 PERCIAS Applied Theater (Perceptions of Risk, Communication, Interpretation, and Action in Social-Ecological Systems) in Barrow. A. Garland, H. Kilioni, F. Brower, A. Bukvic, T. Scott, I. Kelman, R. Barrios, M. Clayton, S. Moore

Re-imagining the shoreline: Opportunities for Managed Retreat. A. Rutledge

Child-Focused Emergency Response: Fort McMurray Case Study. S. Patel

L’adaptation des petites et moyennes entreprises aux changements climatiques. A. Lefkir, B. Robert, Y. Hémond, MM. Giguère

Digital Volunteers and Emergency Management: the Fort McMurray and CanVOST Experience. P. Cloutier

Mass Casualty Response Capabilities. S. Beaudoin

Gestion de l’information et vulnérabilité au sein des petites et moyennes entreprises. A. Benon, B. Robert, Y. Hémond

Developments in the Design of Amphibious Prototypes for Indigenous Communities. E. English

Arrivée massive de réfugiés syriens: Mobilisation du réseau montréalais de la santé et des services sociaux. E. St-Arnaud, C. Dusablon

Natural Disasters and Hazards: An Unforeseen Catalyst for Long-Term Economic and Social Development. H. H. Lam

Improving health outcomes from natural hazards in Indonesia: Health impacts and ways forward through local women leadership. A. Rutledge

First Nations as Earth Observation Citizen-Scientists. S. Tolszczuk-Leclerc, V. Decker

L’éclosion d’Ébola, un défi à la résilience de la Guinée. Lise Gauthier

Adaptation du processus de continuité des opérations pour les petites et moyennes entreprises. T. Plamondon-Tremblay, B. Robert, Y. Hémond

Preventing Post-Disaster Resettlement in High-Risk Areas of Indonesia. A. Dalley

Sharing Indigenous Knowledge to Enhance Disaster Resilience. B. Murphy, A. Chretien,  L. Pearce

Le bénévolat au coeur des catastrophes. N. Chebroux

Day 3: Friday, November 25th, 2016

Resilient Coasts Canada: An online platform for connecting communities to improve resilience to coastal hazards. G. Oulahen, S. Chang, J. Z. K. Yip, T. Conger, M. Marteleira, C. Carter, E. Gray

Age of Social Convergence: What it means for emergency managers and business continuity planners. P. Cloutier

Governance process of proactive urban resilience.J.-M. Normandin

Disaster resilience and the Lac-Mégantic crisis: what have we learned? A.Valiquette, L’Heureux

Student Field Course Experiences – Natural Disasters and Hazards in Indonesia. L. Willmott, B. Doberstein

Utilization of Forest Cover and Protected Areas to Improve Resilience and Mitigate the Intensity of Disasters on Java Island. J. Lam

Perspectives of Post-Disaster Reconstruction Success: Lessons from Indonesia. B. Woodhall

The Governance of Natural Hazard and Disaster Management and Resource Extraction in Indonesia. B. Rahman

INAC, EMAP, and First Nations Resiliency. T.Kuiack, D.A. Diabo, J. Fisk, J. Stevens

Emergencies from a First Nation Perspective. Grand Chief R. Michel, Commissioner R. Kent

Regional Cooperation, Operability, and Organizational Partnerships: Using Game Theory to Assess Integration in TIGA for DRR. A. Garland, R. Jacobs, J. Zhuang, S. Garland

Why ARMNet? Unique challenges in Arctic Risk Management and Response. L. Benoit

Closing Plenary: Inspiring Resilience

Vulnerability awareness and reduction, The resilient and the complex organization. J-M. Normandin

Indigenous-led DRR Through Social Innovation. M. Goodchild


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