A Comprehensive Conference on Homeland Security Technology, Policy and Procedures
Dates: February 25-26, 2004
Location: Hilton Hotel in the WDW Resort, 1751 Hotel Plaza Blvd., Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
The National Homeland Security Conference is the only, conference that addresses all aspects of Homeland Security issues. Topics range from specific areas such as cyber-security and bio-terrorism to more general issues such as materials handling, transportation security, and public health security.
Events of September 11, 2001, and the constant terrorist threat facing our nation, has forced most of us to re-examine our procedures and practices, and to assess vulnerability points in our immediate surroundings. Terrorism affects all of us. The purpose of this Conference is to prepare all individuals and organizations against any natural or man-made disasters.
Most industrial facilities and businesses need comprehensive Emergency Action Plans (EAPs) to prepare for any natural and man-made disasters. This conference will teach you proven strategies to implement EAPs in an effective manner, and teach you the results of innovative, new research to minimize security risks.
- Aviation and Transportation Security Act
- Bio-terrorism Preparedness
- Emergency Planning and Management
- Emergency Response to Terrorism
- Homeland Security Statutes
- Managing Hazardous Materials
- Public Health Security
- Risk Management
- Security Vulnerability Analysis
- Tools and Resources to Help You Minimize Security Risks
- USA Patriot Act
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Managers, Scientists, Government Officials and Executives from all organizations are invited to attend this Conference and learn how to revise their Emergency Response Procedures. Learn the latest developments in Homeland Security Policies and their impact on your operations and understand your requirements for planning and reporting Emergency Response.
Please visit the conference website at www.homelandsecurityconference.org for further information. The National Homeland Security Conference is organized by the Homeland Security Training Organization, a nonprofit organization, and is sponsored by the American Quality Institute.
Conference Technical program consists of two days of Technical Symposia, on Wednesday February 25 and Thursday, February 26, 2004. You can register for either one-day, or the entire Conference.
The Conference will feature 10′ wide x 8′ deep booths on February 25, 2004. For further Information on the exhibits visit: http://www.homelandsecurityconference.org
A limited number of companies will be showcased as Conference Sponsors. These select companies will have special benefits designed to maximize their visibility in the area of Homeland Security Technology. Additionally, each sponsor will receive two exhibit booths.
Deadline to take advantage of special rates is January 16, 2004. Special rates are honored for 3 days before and 3 days after the official days of the conference based on availability.