The IAEM Annual Conference provides a forum to discuss current trends and topics, share information about the latest tools and technology in emergency management and homeland security, and advance the work of IAEM. Conference sessions encourage stakeholders at all levels of government, the private sector, public health and related professions to exchange ideas and collaborate to protect lives and property from disaster.
The goal of the IAEM Annual Conference is to improve your knowledge, competency level and collaborative skills. IAEM-USA accomplishes this by attracting relevant and high-profile speakers to address current topics and practical solutions. In addition to this annual event, IAEM’s Emergency Management & Homeland Security Expo (EMEX), draws a myriad of exhibitors who are the top suppliers to the fields of disaster preparedness and homeland security.
Benefits of Conference Attendance
Education and Training:
Best value for obtaining/learning new skillsets
Learn best practices from the field’s most respected speakers
Hear lessons learned from actual disasters
Earn certificates of attendance for EMI training courses and conference sessions
Collaboration: Improve job proficiency through critical information sharing with other emergency management professionals in all levels of government, private sector, public health and related professions with more than 2,500 participants.
Host private meetings and training sessions for your specific group
Attend private meetings and training sessions specific to your group
Hands-On Training: EMI@IAEM - FEMA trainings offered to maximize continuing education.
Products and Services: EMEX will showcase the industry's best technologies, products and services.
Return on Investment: The attendee overtly and intuitively gains knowledge with attendance.
The International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), which has more than 9,000 members worldwide, is the preeminent international non-profit organization of emergency management professionals. IAEM is dedicated to promoting the "Principles of Emergency Management" and representing professionals whose goals are saving lives and protecting property and the environment during emergencies and disasters.