In this webinar the speakers discuss about what a demolition company can bring and contribute to disaster management in different parts of the world. They also offer several examples and case studies to further illustrate these issues.
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Part 1: Presentation
- What is EDA?
- What is NDA?
- Why do we do this webinar?
Part 2: What can the experience of a demolition company bring to disaster management in collaboration with United Nations?
- What categories of disasters that determine local or a national response exist?
- What is the experience with United Nations Demolition Engineer for UNOPS?
- What expertise can the demolition community bring to the UN?
- What are some of the steps the industry can take to bring about awareness and what connections need to be made with the UN?
Part 3: What can a demolition company contribute to disaster management in EEUU? The NDA experience
- Why is it important to determine agencies and government contacts in charge of a potential disaster?
- What are the materials NDA developed and how can they be used?
- What are the lesson learned from the NDA (National Demolition Association’s) experience developing materials for companies and government end-users?
Part 4: What can a demolition company contribute to disaster management in other countries?
- How is the disaster management in Madrid and how can demolition companies contribute?
- Case stories:
- Turkey earthquake, 1999
- Chile earthquake, 2010
- Madrid: gas explosions, fires, snowstorms, landslides, subsidence
Mr. Bill Moore
Mr. David Sinclair
Mr. Adolfo García
|Date||May 19, 2021|
|Video||Recording of the webinar|
|Format||On-line: The video is available at the bottom of this page for logged in users with valid access.|
|Conference book||Includes all the slides presented by the speakers|
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