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Emergency Response

Structural Engineers Emergency Response Plan

SEER Program Involvement Matrix
SEER Volunteer Involvement Matrix

 

Disaster Assessment Professionals - Qualifications Matrix

Disaster Assessment Professionals - Qualifications Matrix
Disaster Assessment Professionals - Training Access

 

Articles and Media Resources

Informational Flyer
Nepal Earthquake Building Safety Assessment, May 2015

 

Member Only Documents
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Structural Engineers Emergency Response Plan Manual

 

2nd Responder Roster

The International Code Council and NCSEA have joined forces to create the Disaster Response Alliance (DRA) to help communities get up and running as quickly as possible after a major disaster. The DRA maintains a single, national database of skilled volunteers willing to assist with response and recovery activities. These activities include post-disaster safety assessments, rapid safety assessments, detailed safety assessments, other building damage assessments, inspections and other code-related functions in the aftermath of a disaster. The DRA’s national database of volunteers is available to local and state jurisdictions as well as federal government agencies for pre- and post-disaster assistance. To add your name to the database, click here.

 

California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) Safety Assessment Program (SAP)

The California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) Safety Assessment Program (SAP), presented by NCSEA, is one of only two post-disaster assessment programs that will be compliant with the requirements of the forthcoming Federal Resource Typing Standards for engineer emergency responders.

 

International Code Council (ICC) Disaster Response Inspector (DRI)

The International Code Council (ICC) When Disaster Strikes Institute, hosted by NCSEA, is the second post-disaster assessment program that will be compliant with the requirements of the forthcoming Federal Resource Typing Standards for engineer emergency responders.

Also based on ATC-20/45 methodologies and documentation, the DRI training course provides engineers, architects and code-enforcement professionals with the basic skills required to perform safety assessments of structures following disasters.

Licensed design professionals, certified building officials and code professionals will be eligible for DRI certificates of competency and credentialing following completion of this program, submission of required documentation and passing of a basic skills exam.

To schedule either of these training courses click here.

 

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