This is a recorded webinar from July 11, 2017.
Community resiliency remains at the forefront of national, state, and local policies and programs and continues to be a consideration for owners of infrastructure and facilities with large service or production volumes. The path to resiliency requires an understanding of the intent, criteria, adoption, and enforcement of building codes and standards. Though they emphasize buildings, the general concepts of resilient design and construction are applicable to all infrastructure components.
Table of Contents
1. Interpret statistics and data on disasters and property losses that create a need for enhanced resiliency.
2. Understand factors that influence both risk and consequences.
3 . Describe the pros and cons of voluntary and mandatory resiliency programs.
4. Identify basic code criteria that help to provide enhanced resiliency.
5. Explain the importance and rationale for embracing enhanced resiliency.
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