Border Community SERVICE (http://www.niagara.edu/border-community-service/) of
The conference will begin at
The conference will have morning and afternoon breakout sessions in St. Vincent's Hall on the following topics:
* Impostor Detection presented by
* Introduction to Canning presented by
* Introduction to Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards presented by
* Transportation Systems in Disaster: Assessing Vulnerability in Communities presented by
* Safety and Preparedness for Our Weather: A Look at What Not to Do presented by
* Faith Based Response to Disasters/VOAD's presented by Rev.
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided, compliments of Border Community SERVICE and a raffle drawing of various preparedness items will take place at the conclusion of the conference.
There is no charge for this conference, but participants must preregister by
The mission of Border Community SERVICE (Special Emergency Response Volunteer Initiative for Community Empowerment) of
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