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StEER Cross-Hazard Planning Workshop

 
Overview

The Structural Extreme Events Reconnaissance (StEER) Network Cross-Hazard Planning Workshop will be held Saturday, January 18, 2020, on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley. The workshop will be facilitated by the StEER leadership team: Tracy Kijewski-Correa, Khalid Mosalam, David Prevatt, Ian Robertson and David Roueche with the participation of StEER members as well as representatives of the wider hazards community. The objectives of the workshop are as follows:

  1. solicit feedback on StEER response protocols

  2. improve StEER’s door-to-door damage assessment capabilities for each hazard

  3. unify StEER’s damage rating systems across hazards

  4. launch StEER’s cross-cutting working groups

 
Preparations

All attendees are asked to make their own travel arrangements, including reserving hotels near the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) campus. The two closest hotels are the Bancroft Hotel and Graduate Hotel. Berkeley City Club is also within walking distance of the workshop venue. See this listing of hotels for these and other options.

The workshop will make use of real-time digital collaboration to capture learnings so participants are asked to bring a laptop or tablet to the event.

 

In addition, our conversations will be seeded by participant responses to a set of pre-event question prompts. We ask that all participants complete these prompts by January 10, 2020.

 
Venue

The workshop will be held at the Faculty Club on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley (see Interactive Campus Map) in three rooms on the ground floor of the venue (see floorplan). Rooms used for each event during the workshop are indicated in the agenda. Heyns will serve as the primary room for registration and large group discussions. 

 
Agenda

8:00 AM

8:30 AM

9:00 AM

10:00 AM

10:15 AM

11:30 AM

12:45 PM

1:15 PM

1:30 PM

2:10 PM

3:15 PM

3:45 PM

4:00 PM

5:10 PM

Below is the complete schedule for workshop on Saturday, January 18, 2020.

  • Click on Preparation button to see results of pre-workshop question prompts used in that session. 

  • Click on Commentary button to share feedback, ideas or concerns on that topic.

  • Click on Notes to access scribe notes for that topic.

  • Additional resources (sprint sheets, reporting slides) are provided for breakouts.

Click HERE for print-ready agenda

 

REGISTRATION

Location: Heyns

Description: Collect workshop materials

Assistants: Jorge Archbold, Omar Issa

Continental breakfast provided 

WELCOME & WORKSHOP OVERVIEW

Location: Heyns

Description: Brief introduction to StEER’s mission, governance and operations; workshop objectives and schedule (2.1)

Facilitator: Tracy Kijewski-Correa

Scribe: Honor Fisher

EVENT RESPONSE WORKFLOWS

Location: Heyns

Description: Review event response protocols, considerations for each hazard, coordination across stakeholders (2.2)

Facilitators: Tracy Kijewski-Correa, David Prevatt, Khalid Mosalam

Scribe: Jorge Archbold

BREAK

INTRODUCTION TO DOOR-TO-DOOR

(D2D) DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS

Location: Heyns

Description: Discussion of current D2D sampling strategy and use of Fulcrum mobile platform (2.3)

Facilitators: Tracy Kijewski-Correa, David Roueche, Ian Robertson

Scribe: Jorge Archbold

WORKING LUNCH: WIRE-FRAMING

D2D ASSESSMENT APPS

Description: Groups breakout by hazard and identify information required for D2D damage assessments (2.4)

Select box lunch and move to assigned breakout room:

COASTAL

HAZARDS

Location: Lewis-Latimer

Facilitator: Ian Robertson

Scribe: Omar Issa

EARTHQUAKE 

HAZARDS

Location: Heyns

Facilitator: Khalid Mosalam

Scribe: Juan Meriles

WIND

HAZARDS

Location: O'Neill

Facilitator: David Prevatt

Scribe: Tsandi Chen

DEBRIEF ON WIRE-FRAME BREAKOUTS

Location: Heyns

Description: Groups share high-level summary of breakout conversations (2.5)

Facilitator: David Roueche

Scribe: Tim O'Donnell

COASTAL

HAZARDS

Report by: Omar Issa, Ian Robertson

EARTHQUAKE 

HAZARDS

Report by: Juan Meriles, Khalid Mosalam

WIND

HAZARDS

Report by: Tsandi Chen, David Prevatt

BREAK

UNIFYING DAMAGE RATINGS

ACROSS HAZARDS

Location: Heyns

Description: Discuss purpose and use of damage ratings within StEER datasets (2.6)

Facilitator: David Roueche

Scribe: Tim O'Donnell

DAMAGE RATINGS BREAKOUTS

Description: Groups breakout by hazard to discuss current approaches to damage rating, possible framework for StEER damage ratings (2.7)

COASTAL

HAZARDS

Location: Lewis-Latimer

Facilitator: Ian Robertson

Scribe: Omar Issa

EARTHQUAKE 

HAZARDS

Location: Heyns

Facilitator: Khalid Mosalam

Scribe: Selim Gunay

WIND

HAZARDS

Location: O'Neill

Facilitator: David Prevatt

Scribe: Tsandi Chen

DEBRIEF ON DAMAGE BREAKOUTS

Location: Heyns

Description: Share high-level summary of breakout conversations, identify common themes/potentials for unified damage rating (2.8)

Facilitator: David Roueche

Scribe: Tim O'Donnell

COASTAL

HAZARDS

Report by: Coastal Designee, Ian Robertson

EARTHQUAKE 

HAZARDS

Report by: Earthquake Designee, Khalid Mosalam

WIND

HAZARDS

Report by: Wind Designee, David Prevatt

BREAK

WORKING GROUPS KICK OFF

Location: Heyns

Description: Introduce StEER working groups, engage in breakouts to launch each working group (2.9)

Facilitator: Tracy Kijewski-Correa

Following introduction -- move to assigned breakout room:

Damage Ratings

Location: Heyns

Facilitator: David Rouche

Scribe: Tsandi Chen

Integrated Assessment  and Data Processing

Location: O'Neill

Facilitator: Khalid Mosalam

Scribe: Selim Gunay

CLOSING REMARKS & NEXT STEPS

Location: Heyns

Description: Reflections, plan for continued engagement/development of ideas (2.10)

Facilitator: Tracy Kijewski-Correa

5:30 PM

ADJOURN

Participants