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HURREVAC (NC-999.16)

HURREVAC is the decision support software tool of the National Hurricane Program (NHP), administered by FEMA, the USACE, and the NOAA National Hurricane Center. The software supports storm tracking and situational awareness by providing NHC forecast information as graphics and reports. It also includes an evacuation timing component, to provide guidance on the timeframe where an evacuation would need to begin (if necessary) in order to complete it prior to the arrival of tropical storm force winds.

The training course will provide an overview of the program- what it is, what it does, and how it works. The training course will also go over the software layout, where the buttons/features are located and what they do, and will cover the available graphic and reporting features of the program that support hurricane decision making as a storm approaches.

 
Details
Date(s)  Tue. Oct 08, 2019 0800-1200 
Location Guilford-Metro 9-1-1 Large Training Room - Guilford County
1201 Coliseum Blvd, Greensboro NC 27403 
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Handicap Accessibility Yes
WiFi Access  
Offered By North Carolina Division of Emergency Management 
Primary Instructor Webster, Katie Michelle 
Course Length  
Course Hours
CEUs  
Prerequisites
Attachments Hurrevac Quick Guide

Offering Specific Information

Web-based Hurrevac is the decision support tool of the National Hurricane Program, administered by FEMA, the USACE, and the NOAA National Hurricane Center. Access to Hurrevac is free and limited to government emergency managers. Hurrevac will become entirely web-based during the 2020 hurricane season. As such, this course is to help navigate any changes or updates with the tool.Web-based Hurrevac is the decision support tool of the National Hurricane Program, administered by FEMA, the USACE, and the NOAA National Hurricane Center. Access to Hurrevac is free and limited to government emergency managers. Hurrevac will become entirely web-based during the 2020 hurricane season. As such, this course is to help navigate any changes or updates with the tool.

Refer to the document within the listing for instructions on how to obtain an account if you do not already have one. If you have an account through the desktop version of Hurrevac, you will be able to continue to utilize that account while using the web-based version. We request all attendees have an active account prior to the date of the course in order to conduct applicable exercises.

Students will need to park on the far end of the parking lot and carpooling is encourage when possible.

 

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