9:00 AM Mar 22 - 2:30 PM Mar 23, 2018
Event and venue professionals thrive in an environment that requires both careful preparation and the ability to adapt to frequently changing circumstances. But recent history shows that severe weather can disrupt even the best-laid plans. When it does, the results can be physically and financially catastrophic.
Continuing with our mission to provide the event industry with relevant & practical learning opportunities, Event Safety Alliance is excited to announce the return of the Severe Weather Summit, March 22-23, 2018.
The Severe Weather Summit is designed to aid event and venue professionals of all types in preparing for and responding to dangerous weather conditions. Over the course of two days at the National Weather Center’s Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma, subject matter experts from NOAA and the National Weather Service will explore topics including:
Registration for this year’s Severe Weather Summit is just $349 for ESA members, and $449 for non-members, and includes complimentary breakfast*, lunch at the Storm Prediction Center, and a hard copy edition of The Event Safety Guide.
Understanding severe weather is a science all to itself. The Severe Weather Summit will provide attendees with the knowledge necessary to identify and prepare for potential threats, and how to use existing technology and expertise in order to safely handle a severe weather event.
Seating for this event is limited. For more information and to register, visit http://severeweathersummit.com